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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. .THURSDAY, EVENING. JULY 13, 1907.
TASTE GLORY AGAIN
Cheered as When They Went
Forth in the Days of
-7' Sixty-One. r
enthusiasm: hriii .
assembly. ale day
Ci-eat Oration by Senator Bnrkett of
' Nebraska Veteran Flfers and
Drummer to the Fore -Pure Food
" and Puny Labor Forum Feature.
" "(Special OkpetcS ' be Iesmsl)
Oregon Cltr. July li.-Th tenth day
el Chautauqaa epenea ' tbla morning
' with promising skies and a rood at
.tenaenoe, after the rail and Strenuous
pro (rams Incident to yesterday patrt
etlo exsrolsss. a. tenter er tiro ta atlll
.wandering la and aa yet son bevel
the sound of th I a. m. goag
jiia morning- the following claases
-opened with full membership:
I to 14 a. m Junior Bible study, Mra,
"Alia VT ttandaeker.
t to it a. in Physical culture, Pro.
X feseor A. M. Grille!
- to 10 a. m, English literature. Dr.
.J, i,. Hoaa.ev.
I to 10 4. m. Elocution, Professor VT.
-Eugene Knoa. - .
1 ft to 11 a. in. United States history,
pon. Wlllla CT Hawley, M. C.
. le to 11 a. m. Oomestlo sclenoe, lilea
lilliaa Tingle. , -
It to 11 a. m. Bible study. Bsv.
. James Hoffmen Batten.
Mice Tingles ela.ee. from It to 11 a.
ri.. .waa well attended and manr who
have not attended before came Uila
aiomlns to learn the secret of bow to
oook touch meat, "for," as Mies Tingle
Bays. . anybody , can cook good, tender
' neat, but It requires an artist t make
tough meat palatable food." ; - -
The physical culture class under Pro
fessor A. M. Orllley of the Portland, T.
k C A, has beea doing strenuous but
snagnlAoent work and the asms can be
said of the muslo clasaee under Pro
feasor Heritage end the - slooutlon
' elaasee under Professor Knoa.
. restores ef the rorua.
The Forum conducted by Mra. Era
-Kmery Dye Is one of the popular fea
tures of Chautauqua tbls year ana the
. Bubjecte discussed have all been alive
and full of current lntsrest. . This morn
ing 'Ths Ideal Play" waa ably treated
by Arthur A, Oreene, dramatlo critic of
the. Oregonlan. President Campbell of
the Btate unlveralty and Profeaaor
Juatue Kurnham of Portland spoke on
the pioneer school.
Each afternoon ths Cbemawa .-hand
gives a half-hour conoeri and today It
waa particularly fine.
The program opened with a solo by
Miss Jennie Johnston and the addreaa
of the afternoon la being made by Ir.
James Hoffman Batten on ."The Higher
At the close of the program the W,
C T. U. will hold Its usual round table
In the auditorium. Tha subject for the
afternoon will be preaa work, Mra Stone
and Mrs. George leading in the. discus
sloth . - . .
'Something Sxtra This Bvealag.
The evening program should call out
a large crowd tonight, as It will be of
a high-class character, but of a nature
to please the popular taste. It will be
entirely la charge of profeaaor. Knox,
who has covered himself with glory,
both In his rises work and ae a plat
form reader. Mlaa Johnson will assist
him and give several solos. Together
they will render the following program:
. "The Labor Problem"! "Old Bporf
(Brooke); contralto solo. Miss Jennie F.
W. Johnson; "A Lls-Tgwn Humorist
(Riley): "Handcar No. 4V' "Ole Ton
son" (Dlllman); contralto solo, Mlaa
Jennie F. W. Johnson; 'The First Bet
tier's Story- (Carleton): "The Debating
Society" (Hall). . . .
, On ratrlotte Day.
i everything on yesterday's ' program
Java way to the celebration of patrlotlo
ay. It was a.va unpatrlotlo head
quarters that was not decked In flowers
and- had not a flag flying la honor of
the veterans and the women of the Re
lief corps. A martial air began to make
Itself felt early In the rooming.- and
to such sn Silent that class work begaa
to be hurried aa the membera grew res.
tlve In anticipation of the O. A. R- men
that were to arrive .In a body, and when
they did get there, between 11 and 11
a. m., headed by the famoue O. A. R.
fife and' drum corps of 10 veterens, the
szerclsee at the Forum had to be bus-
fended, while tha audience applauded
he paselng column of veterans, a hun
' ... Wonting Women and Children. -
Whea order waa restored Mrs. Millie
Trumbull, . who had been interrupted,
firooeeded with her talk on wage earn
ng women end children. It was ons of
ths strongest, most forceful addreaeea
that haa yet been given. She drew eev.
oral pictures of women and children In
the factories of Oregon, and mads a
telllne- nolnt when ahe olotured the ban.
ner with the American flag on one aide
and the flag of Ruaala on the other
the only two civilised aatlona on the
f lobe that refueed to go into the eon
erence at Berne for the purpose of reg
ulating tae tenor or women ana children.
Dr, H. C. Chapman gave a fine talk
on the work anqvpurposee of the Con
sumers' league, ana the market In
spector Of Portland gave some practical
The strongest sometimes
cat tlie- least,Jn
Not what you eat, but what
ybtr digest," giresrottBtrength.
B ' '
l .--:'; - '5.'...
is the most nourishing and di-
gestible food made irom floor. :
Bat wisely eat' for! strength
-Uneedii ' Discult ' rr;
s-r Jn moistsm and 7 "X' '
V : -.dust fro paeftagts. . t
Z: tJ,OTO HAL BISCUIT COM PANY. J
The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been
In use xOr orer ou ywtrs, dh Dorne iuc siguuiuro VJL ;
. j " 1 sin1 tine haanmiulMtindM his r '
ty-g yz- tonal sapemsion since, its miancy.
crfA4&l A lima- no one to deceive tou In this. -
an r,tM- Tmltsvtlnna and ' Jnst-as-irood ' are but '
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ef
' infants and Children Experience atralnst . Experiment. ; .
..tsv la" a harmlAM snhstltute for Castor OH, Pare
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Mbrphlne no- other Narcotlo
, substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms; '
and allays FeTerlhnes. It C"res Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colle. It relieves Teething 4i1lM CBre OonstlpaUon
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
. stomach and Bowelu, giTing healthy and natural leepi
i. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Sears the Signature of
ym M You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
, T e.XT... omrM1. rt aveeM evaaes, new veea I
Burregtlnn es to how ths housekeeper .
eoiilil innke ths pure food law effective.
airs. Julia olarijuam, vlre-Breldn t of
th Or. (tin Consumer.' league presided ,
with much dignity and grace. '
a AS, Xolds tha Boards. '
At the noon hour tha O. A. R. men
their wlvee and frtende, and the Relief .
Corns women enjoyed a huge plcnlo un
der the treee. where good thlnga to eat
went down before the eonquorlng heroes,
and good yarns were spun and a general
good time waa had.
Immediately following the band con
cert the audience waa called to order ay
president Uawley, and he announced,
that the O. A. R. veterane had been in.
vtted to eit on the platform end their
drum corn, had eoneented to give a
number or two, and with the announce
ment almost waa heard the stirring
muslo of the fife and drum and as ths
bravs old heroes marched onoe more
to the familiar muelo and were mount
ing the atepe to the rostrum the audi
ence rose ee one and a thousand hand
kerchiefs fluttered in the elr aa the
beautiful Chautauqua salute waa wafted
to them. .: ' ' ,
Miaa Johnson- opened the eaerelsea
with a eolo, "The Wind la the Chim
ney," words by Bret Harte. The Chau
tauqua quartet sang most beautifully,
"Tenting Tonight on the Old 1 Camp
Oround." ' When the drum corps gave
Ite numbers It was encored to the echo,
end would have been playing yet no
doubt If the audience had had lis way
and had not President Hawley put his
quietus upon encores en account of the
length of the program, which Included
several other musical numbers and a
reading by Profeaaor Knox. .
. Senator Sorkett'a Address,
The addrsss of Senator Burkett of
Nebraska was a patriotic tribute to
"The American Flag." With such sur-
Miinrflhara It could not fall to- bO dra-
matlo and the speaker's clear, ringing
tones and fine rreaenoe aaaea to in
delight of the audience and particularly
to the veterane, who were alternately
moved to lauahtar and to tears.
. At tbe 1om of the" regular progrard
a four-ringed -attraction oegan me v,
u. v. u. rouna tame in ne a.uuuuriuui,
which had 'for lta toplq pure f oode, and
a demonstration of ths aloohol used In
fl.vnrlnv and Jamaica arinxsr. Mra
Swope exhibited some cake and candy
eeaaoned with a. pure preparation of
vanilla. , . . .
The T. W. C. A. round table held a
moat Intereatlng session at thslr head
quarters, when Mies Tingle, the cooking
teacher, gave a fine talk on "Domestlo
Science in the Home," which was after
ward discussed by many of the ladles
Tha veterans' Oampflre.
Tha third attraction waa the baseball
Rams between Bralnard'a Cubs and
ofth Pacifies, which drsw lta full quar
ter of the audience, and, lest but per
hapa greatest, waa the cempflre of the
veterans upon the old. auditorium plat
form. - It was then the handshaking and
the good will went round, and It waa
hard ta aettla tham. down to liaten to
ths speech-making and tbe program that
had beea arranged, but when quiet had
been obtained the closest attention waa
rlv.n tn thnaa who anoke. amona tham
being W. F. Kerr, Dr. J. B.- Hall. Judge
j. LX naynee ana o. jr. rise- mum.
Oeorga Harding being called for, she
made a few appropriate remarks, but
thought ths apeech-making ahould be
left today to the veterane. Tha drum
corpa gave several selections and at
tne request or. jars, am jun.17 ui
"Marching Though Georgia" waa aung.
Xawtoy pa Frtsent rrohUma.
Tha evening program waa simply
great and waa an inspiring close to a
patrlotlo day. After a eolo by Profea
aor Heritage, -Hon. Wlllla C Hawley,
member of .congrees from Oregon, gave
a thoughtful and scholarly talk. Taking
for his topic "Some Present-Day Prob
lem a," ha handled some of the ques
tion a that are confrontina the nation In
an intelligent and masterly maaasiy and
In m, way. to inspire aonnaenoe in ine
minds of, all his hearers, and tha be
lief that they would hear many and
glowing reports from him aa tbelr rep
resentative at the national capital that
would. auee their hearta to rejoice.
A number or people went -up. xrom
Portland especially to bear , tbla ad
dress. . .
This afternoon " tbe Woman s Preaa
club will bold lta monthly meeting at
Chautauqua from I to 4, Mra. Lucie
Faxon Addlton presiding. An unusually
interesting musical and, literary pro
gram baa beea arranged. -
The ladles ef ths Portaomab club
mt. . an enlovabla nlonlo yeeterday
afternoon at Chautauqua park. Those
ressnt were: Mrs- X. a. snerman,
Ira. S. B. Miller, Mrs. W. C Jones,
Mrs. A. ntzpatrlck, Mra. J. Torrence,
Mrs. Klaa larows ana Jars, neaaie u.
Btoaa. ' t '
xaa s iv laauk w
Following U tbe program for 1 the
day, In brlaf. , .
Morning to 11. summer school; 11.
Chautauqua forum, . : - -
Ansrnoon 1:1s, eonosrx, vnwn.w.
Indian school bsnd; 1, contralto solo.
Miss Jennie jr. W. jonnson; eoio, yi.
R. A. HsrlUge; lecture, "The Higher
Expansion," Dr. James Hoffman . Bat
ten; :I0, basebaU. St. Johns va. Che
mawa; 1:1K. oonoert, Cbemawa Indian
Evening program given or rni
or t....Ynir aaaiated bv Mlaa Jen
nie F. W. Johneon "The tabor Prob
lem , "uia epoi A" V
solo, Mies Jennie F. W. Johneon; "A
Ua-Town Humorist" (Riley); "Handcar
No. 411"! "Ole Tonaon1 (Dlllman); con
tralto solo. Miss Jennie F. W. Johneon;
"The Flret Betuere oiorr
"The Debating Society", (Hail).
Tomorrow s program is a
Morninai 8 to 11. summer acboel; It,
Chauatauqua forum. .
Afternoon 1:16, ooncert, Chemawa
Indian - school band; 1, contralto solo.
atlas jsnnie s. tvunwwa vu,
U. U D-. of Belmont college, Nashville.
Tenneeeee; I :. baseball, Trnnkmaksra
Va Bralnard a cuta. - j -
- m 1 . MwAirt rnimin In
dian school band; , special athletlo and
musical entertainment b Young Men's
Chrlatlan Aesoclatlon of Portland, un
der the direction of A. M. QriUeyr physi
tTNION MEN DENOUNCE
SPEAKER AS TRAIT011
' (stMriil IMsvsteb ts Tke JeersaM '
m . . r..k ti.l It. tlAnatlM
Grant Hamilton, national organiser for
the American Federation of Labor, In
addreeaing an open meeting of union
1-.. .1.1.1 n A .1 ruhl inA
nm u,Uvu.. - -
other Soclallata and termed the Indue-
trlal worssrs i in. ngnn h iuuu-
trlal wrecaera 01 10. worm,
.1 ..Mi..tlAM InAAru. "aAAlall.m ana
anarchy." adding that recently at Gold-
D.m me nuis w..ito .jui m u
msn howling for revolution, his audi
anas denounced him aa a traitor and a
scab and, left tbe ball. '.: -
. TO RETAIN OFFICE
' r (Joamal gpeelal Serv.ee.)
San Francisco. July 1.In the near
future Eugene Schmlta will apply for a
writ of prohibition restraining Dr. Tay
lor from performing 'the duties of
mayor. Hie appeal will be on the
ground that urtll the eupreme court
renders a decision on his conviction- In
(he superior, eourt Scbntita la atlll tbe
legal mayor. ...
EIGHT DIE TQDAT IN v
Q0THAM FROM HEAT
p . ' ...
' J (Jeeraal (iaeUl gerrles.)
New Tork. July- II. Eight pereona
died from beat In thla eity up to !
.'aLmIi .hie. afternoon. The hospitals
.m mitit The thermometer was II
at noon and still climbing. Tenement
families ars camping on Coney Island
and also sleeping In the paras.
liaad Deal by W. J. Purnlsru
Pendleton. Ort July H W. J. Fjir
nlsh and wife have sold land in the
western part of the county for IH.OOO.
In connection with the big deal made a
year or more ago whereby sir. rurnian
dlapoaed of-a big block of land in the
vlrlnlty Of the Ptoepeet ranch, near
cbo. s , . . ,'
postal ta tbe Bomasilo Sectlosv
Towels 14x21 in.. Co
BOO dosea henusved Towels, yoanl
tao talag for sarbers and howl,
keepers, geod wearlag f uaUty, lea
B4 inches 1 regular so .
kind --.special BSavaSIst ill!
w j - -
sT 1. AW SP jm , -. m a w.
Syeoial ta tbe ome.Us Seotlaa.
Towels 17x31 in. Co
aTaek Towels, lTx3t tnchea, good
Quality, naianed with faee eW4
BoMersl spleadld values f
a loe each sneelal BAsV 1 fO
OAXsT yauiAi A w
A sale which thousands have taken advantage of in the past and which gives promise of being greater this
week than ever, as assortments are larger and prices even lower. The unmatchable valnea of our past Bar
gain Friday Sales have made them-of widespread interest, but in this week's offerings we have gathered the
most seasonable merchandise and made prices that will more firmly and more substantially fasten this store
in the minds of the buying public as the place where now and at all other times as well their needs can be most
readily and most satisfactorily supplied. In offering this list of sterling bargains for tomorrow we believe
you will quickly see that we have taken special pains to offer exceptionally attractive values in the best gcodd
honestly reduced in price. Such bargains are the only k ind that are worth coming for. - , :J.
Will You Find
A Great Glean-Up Sale of
1 Where Elao
Will You Find
Such Values ?
Th- Sorlns and Summer Silks most go. So say tha naw fall silks, which ar about due. Tha edict means much i to jrooas much at
a ggvinVof lta plco on aal. tha prettiest in color and dealpi effeeta-beautiml fabrics that exhibit
e . . ths very eaaencs of taste in choosing and never sold quite so low before. - , . ', , ;
390, 506, 650 SILKS
Atthb Pricw Yon Have Cholc. of
Xinaay FANCY COLORED PONGEE
19-inch LININO TAFFETA SILKS .
E 19-inch JAP WASH SILKS
20-lnch CORDED WASH SILKS
20-inch PRINTED WASH SILKS
19-inch COLORED SATINS
The Yard 1 At tlvU . Price Tomorrow Only
75c, 85c, $1 SILKS
iSffi-1 At thliPrlceYou HtveCbctof
32-inch PLAIN PONGEE
- 19-inch BLACK TAFFETA - - :
27-Inch DOTTED WASH SILKS
20-inch WASH PEAU DE SOIE
20-inch WASH TAFFETA
; 24-inch DOTTED FOULARDS .
At this Price Tomorrow
I es-i-an,' ' -.'.I'.'- .. - . ' - - ' TrT l' I I.
" Men V Neslieree Shirts
Best 92.50 Values Friday
At 81.08 :
'At firgt glance one would think these Shirts
-were-eilkoo-lustroug -i -the -fabric;-and
-here's an eaty price - attached - to them."
About 25 doxen Men's Negligee Shirta '
made with button down collar and two-,
buttonileeve, made from the finest grade
gilk finished PopliiU-Colorst.white- and tan.
all sizes, s high grade shirt that sells in
the regular way at Z50; specially CI QQ
priced BARGAIN FRIDAY. ..l.VO
ANOTHER GREAT SALE TOMORROW
' Men's Underwear '
Best Ul GradeFriday 19o
A special-lot of men's fine elastic ribbed .
BalbrigganSh.rts and Drawers add to the
attractiveness of Friday's sale. Custom
made, perfect 1 fitting underwear, correct
summer weight, excellent wearing quality;
shirts are silk finished, drawers .-made with.
-auapender-atrapSjr good -pearl-buttonaand-faced
with best grade .selicia; regular $1
values, specially, priced BARGAIN 7Q
Leather Go o ds
Values Extraordixiary !
This Leather Goods Section of ours has had
soma wonderful values of late. But here
Is an unusually Interesting lot of Hand Bags
and Purses that we bought below the mak
er's cost. As we buy, so we seU. - Prices
ran like this; ; , . ..
73c Seal Grain and Fancy Head - g
75c' Children's Seal Grain Strap CQ
Bags, i". ;;".. 4 .... "."
75c Seal Grain Carlton Bags, black 0
and brown.. ......Ui7-
$1.25 Carlton Bags, black and coW 93c
175 Fancy Hand Bags Qgg
$1.50 Women Seal Grain HanT 1 1 Q
Bags, in black and colors ...epiel
$1.75 'Women's Seal Leather 3Q
Hand Bags ..i.lOU
$2.25 Women's Hand i sgsn-and Strap
Purses, a ,rery"ty.ih; purte- for shopping,
fitted with Heat coin- purse "nr.J OQ
moire-and-Jeather" lining. -Special P leO7
$3.00 Women's walrus-grain leather Hand
Bags, fitted with neat-eoin purse. 0 OQ
heavy covered riveted frame... eDaeesJe
350 Indian Squaw Bags, made of best qual
ity leather with leather fringe; us- J9 OQ
ually seUs for $3.50. Special..... t.O if
$1.00 small sixe Strap Coin Purses, JQ-
pearl clasps. Special... .i ...UeC
$1.50 Women's seal grain leather d tQ
Purses, leather lined. Special.... eDlele
You Can't Afford to Miss
These Dress Goods deserve s chapter to
themselves and it would be interesting to
. expose their qualities in type. It is a fact
that they can't be beaten at ths pries and
that they again Illustrate our absolute su
premacy in Dress Goods Values.
65o Dress Goods QQn
Half Price . . ; OOU
At this price you hsve choice of five of
our best selling numbers that are. excep
tionally good values at the regular price.
3S-lnch Novelty Panamae. .
38-inch Block Check Novelties.
38-inch Jamestown Worsteds.
38-inch Silk Finished Mohairs. -
38-inch Black and Whits Novelties.
All 65c values,' specially priced for one
day only, bakoaiw rwuM a J
All wool and silk and wool Dress Goods,
this season's most popular weaves and col
ors in a most desirable range of patterns.
42-inch Novelty Suitings, .
42-inch English Suitings.
50-inch Novelty Coatings. " ' '
56-lnch Novelty Worateda,
54-inch Novelty Panamas. . '
All $1.25 values, specially priced for one
day only, BARGAIN FRIDAY
Hosiery for All
The wanted sorts are here in ample variety,.
Careful selection has brought here the thor
oughly good and dependable kinds. The
seaaon ia rips for changing. The oppor
tunity to buy and save in the buying ia pre-
eented here. It is such Talus-giving aa tbia
that partially explains tbe great volume of
business . done . in this - popular section of
our store. Here. are ths items:
Women's Fancy Stockings Rervflar
ly .at vV
Grades, Friday Only ,
Our-reason for holding these sales is t
get women acquainted wixb this magnifi
cent stocking section of purs and to make
them, familiar with the broad stocks -of
high class, well known brands of women's;
and children's hosiery that we carry. We.
claim one of the finest stocking stores in
the city. Take this opportunity of becom
ing acquainted these stockings are regu-(
lar 25c grades shown in black with white
polka dots and figures, greya with -. fancy
figures, black with unbleached soles; also
black with silk embroidered dots in shades
of blue, red, white green; all 25c. values,
specially priced BARGAIN FRI- If).
DAY at....;... . 1UC
Women's Vests, Beet 20c Grade, Se
Less than half-price Women'a fine whit
Swiss ribbed sleeveless Vests, low neck
style, nicely trimmed yoke, good values at
20c; specially priced for one day only, O-
BARGAIN F RID AY at OC
. Women's Pants, 35c Values at le
Quality and economy combined ia this of
. fering Women's fine Jersey Ribbed Pants,,
knee length, umbrella style, trimmed with
fine Torchon lace; best standard make, sold
everywhere at 35c; specially priced!
for BARGAIN FRIDAY at le7U
Women's Vesta, 50c Values st 15f .
'A broken line of Women's Fine Lisle lone
sleeve Vesta on sale tomorrow at a ridic
ulously low rice real 50c Vests at 15c
We havemade the price so low that we
single dajVComa..ia-both-regular- and'
extra sixes, are well made with perfect fin
ished grams, throughout; fully worth 50c
I each. Specially priced BARGAIN 1 f-
Children's Stockings, Reg. 50s Grade 15e
Wonderful ' values Children's '. stockings
made of finest mercerixed cotton, pretty lace
styles in colors, black and light blue; also
plain black, champagne, white, black, blue,
pink and red; most all sizes in each kind;
regular 35c grades, specially priced 1 r
BARGAIN FRIDAY at............ 10C
".ss?!i4 Women's Ready-to? Wear Gar.
This is ths fuTest stock of Women's resdy-to-wear garment that ws have ever had. Think of ths most fndl-
lXT vidual array of styUs that you ever saw and ths showing will surpass your expectations., ' rrr ' i
A Thorough Clearance Sale of. All Women's Apparel Is in Progress This Week
These items for BARGAIN FRIDAY are fsr snd sway tha best values offered this season, . V
rmv Rhirtaiat Suitsl $12.50 and $15.00 Values for S7.50 .11 , Children's Dresses, eoc ana toe vaiues xor oc
These dresses are made from white and black line plaid messaline
taffeta snd chiffon taffeta in gray, and green with line stripes and
nin dots. The waists are made' with small tuck back and front,
the skirts have pleats and self bands. BARGAIN FRIDAY JQ
Misses'. Worsted Skirta, $2.50 and $3.00 Values for 91.48
There are 75 skirts in this lot, all made from good quality worsteds
in dark and medium gray checks and stripes. AJ1 are made in the
latest kilt and pleated models in misses' and small. women's t AO
.sixes. BARGAIN FRIDAY only..... .epl.tO
Silk Coats, $12J(0 and $1100 Values for 99.50
These coats are made from all wool materials in plaids, stripes and
mixture. They are 24 to 27 inches long in box fitted and semi
fitted styles, all sixes from 32 to 42 inches bust Just the s0 C(
coat for these cool evenings. BARGAIN FRIDAY Special. eJalesJU
Silk Coatsi $12.50 and $14.00 Values for $9.50 ?
These coats are Eton, fitted and Pony models, some are satin lined;
others are unlined, all are made from high grade of black t( Cfl
taffeta silk. BARGAIN FRIDAY Special...... .ePeJ.eJU
Extra Values in Shirtwaists, 85c to $1.00 Values for C5
White Iswn waists made with tucks and pleats, plain gray Cbsmbray
wsista. black and white polka dot waists snd shepherd check CCr
waists; all sixes In each style.. BARGAIN FRIDAY
ae a s a es
For one day only we will offer an exceedingly gooa cress jot gins,
. S ai&.
ages 4 to 14 years, made from percale ana g ngnam in several mu
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Children's Hats and Caps, 50c, 55c' and 65c Value for S3t
l. .his lot are several styles in 4 Caps, Tarns and large rim Hat,
mostly white, but there are some in tans and grays. These
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new tnis season suu are w. j ..v.. -
Women's. Misses' arid Children'a Sunbonnets, best 25c Qual-
Ities for 10 "," .- "
These are the best grade of "Bloughs" Sun Bonnets, made from bet
auality percales and Chambrays in checks, figures and solid ir.
colors. BARGAIN FRIDAY Special ltw
Short Kimonos. 23c to 50c Values for 23
Seasonable garments for little women. Thee are made from lawns
and dimities in white, pink and blue with beautiful floral dr-.-?.,
two-piece model, finished all around with button-hole edjf. )'?
Only two to each customer. BARGAIN FRIDAY only i- -
Sateen Petticoats, J1.C0 to $1.3 Vah'i f r 77 K
These are positively worth all we claim snd ei.: 1 r f ! - -tured
todsy for wl.xt we rffcr tV'-M at, r.- i
flounces, finished vrli ruf!e an.l tri; s 1 ' t t
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