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12IE .OREGON, DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 25, WOT..
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Jaunty Straw Sailors
$2.00 Values 98c
The summer girl's costume Is not complete
this year without smart banded jailor. In
. its simple elegance there is an attractiveness
that nothing else can match. Special for to
day we offer fine quality-Milan Straw Sail
ors, well made, in the most correct shapes.
-with all silk ribbon bands, H -$2.00
values for only . . . . . . .
Bathing Suits at $1.95
75 Women's South Sea Serge Bathing Suits, in black and navy blue,
various styles, some prettily trimmed with soutache braid, others
with white duck collar and trimmed with wide Hercules braid. All
old at much higher pnee than sale prices. Choice
Friday at ....i. ......
100 White Walking Skirts
Reg. Vals. to $4 for $1.93
100 new white union linen Walking Skirts in new styles,
just received by express from New York, in box plaited and'
tucked styles, some band trimmed, some tucked all around. ;,
A white walking skirt and a shirt waist makes an ideal cos-
tume for hot' August days. Regular values to t?t "OQ
$4.00. For Friday Bargain Day Y. ...... ... . . MXe V)0'-
. -- - ... Sea Window Display.- : . .v;,:X .
Sale Regular 35c Embroidered Collars 15c
730 Women's embroidered stiff linen Collars, In several different novelty pat-' - cr
terns, sUes 12 to 14, all new styles; regularly 35c; Friday, special sal ........
39c and 75c Millinery riowcrs 15 c
75o$1.25 Millinery Flowers 39c
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'An opportunity to
transform that sum
mer hat at the cost of
a few cents. Hun
dreds of pretty flow
er trimmings for sum
mer hats poppies,
- me-nots, -roses, ge
ferns, novelty foliage, fancy silk flowers.
39c-7ic Values, Spetial Friday Only 15c
75c-$i.25"Values, Special Friday Only, 39c
Final Clearance 3000 Yards Wash Goods
Keg, 35c to 75c Values at 11c Yd,
This clearance sale includes 3,000 yards of dainty summer Wash Goods,
adaptable for wahrts, dresses, etc, ranging in price from 35c to 75c a yard,
white, printed and yarn-dyed materials in extraordinary va- e
riety. All this season's patterns. The earlier you come the i
better the selection .. .. mm
250 lawri Waists
$2.50 Values $1.10
Friday we offer at the epecial price of $1.10 some
of the most euperb weiet values of the eeesoii.
While they have sold regularly up to 12.50, they
are really better values and daintier patterns than
waiets sold in tales where greater price reductions
were offered. Choice of about 10 stylet, including
charming Marie Antoinette and embroidered
front effects. Regularly told to $2 JO. 1 1-
The bert valuet of the teaton at, only. kplalU
See window display. ;
$3.00 Men's White and Fancy Vests $1;45
300 Men's white and fancy, Vests, made of fine pique. Oxfords, mercerized Oxfords and
dimities.. A manufacturer's superb representative lino. Each veet is finished and tail
ored in the very best possible manner and it such as we have sold regularly
for 12.75 to $3.00. While they last, Friday ,...$1.4
Chemicals Lowest -Prices
Sn, ee. . ... .ii I Uol, M.
Xydaoavlpkite Bod, lb.
50c Marchand's Peroxide 39c
75c :Marchands Peroxide 64c
$1.00 Eno's Fruit Salts.... 88c
tl.ee Naa'e DrnMala Cut. Owl ent rate
dnra Watr, Owl cut ..rate . . . .. . .
t.00 Phyatciaa'e .Rubber f3laru. Owl
cat rate. 65
White Rock, 20c qt, 13c pt. 10c nip.
23c Llthia Tablets, special. . . ,l9t
10c Hend'ra'n Headhe Powders 5s
0e Hraderaon't trappa1a Cnr Owl eut rater. 244 :
S0 Purest Nprwesfan Co Uv 011....-3e'
500 White Linen Parasols
These' Parasols are all
new and clean, hone
soiled, or carried over
from last season;
come ln hand-embroidered,
ered edge and inaer
tion and eyelet work
styles. Sold regularly
at $3.60, $100 and
$3.00. Can be used
season after season, Senaatlonaljjti -m
bargain at-rvv7T7r. :.7rrr. 4 . . . . . H X
illi-. Daintiest washable summer styles of Women's Short Kimonos, Nightingales and ; 1 i(S m
IIT Dressing Sacques, made of plain .'white lawn, fancy figured and dotted Swiss or lawns. , 3a ,6 ift
AH newest styles, made with or without collar, belt, long or short sleeves, low or high If 1
Rfl'Slil 41 ej - Dutch neck, prettUy trimmed; sixes 34 to 44.41 ej I H ill
. vrriday Sale of
tio Paaikar Gold Dmt CloanfiW f
Best Mason jar rings, dozen. 8c:
20c Paraffine Wax, lb. . . . . . . . .11c:
25c-Nickeled Towel Racks. . . . .15c
ln Paper Plataa, 1om
gmill Papr Plate, doan
25c Fancy Friird Hose Supporters
25c Novelty Top Hat Pins. 10V
20c Cabinet of Hair Pins. . . . . . . . . . .10a
Whlta Cnpe Papr Kapklna, wtr epelal....l04
lOo packajr Tooth Pick, I boxaa for. 6
SSo WblU airoerola, (or elaaolns; white
canraa ahoa 8
lo Unola, for whltmlnr eanraa an4 buekakln. 6e
500 Pairs Long Silk Gloves
Regular $1.75 Values $1.38
For Friday sale, 500 pairs of wo- S'J
men's elbow length double-tipped f&!u
finger Silk Gloves, a regular
$1.75 value, the kind that some
stores call a $2.25 value, and a
bargain at, only.. . ,
Mall orders filled. No phone orders, none
CO.D. ' ' . ..
Sale of Women's Black Hosiery
Values up to 50c for 25c
A special Friday sale of Women's black Stock
ings, of various grades, Including fine black
lisle lace booty cotton ribbed, gauxe lisle,
game cotton and other styles; all good worthy
imported qualities, pure dye. Many regular
60c qualities and every pair a superb value at
our low Friday price; regular values r
to 50c. on sale at, only ...aw JL
. No maQ or phone orders filled. None exchanged. (
All Hammocks at greatly reduced prices,
$1.00 Hammocks . 75c
$1.23 Hammocks V 98c
$1.75 Hammocks $1.25
$2.00 Hammocks $1.49
$4.00 Hammocks $2.75
$5.00 Hammocks $3.50
500 Reversible Couch, Covers, in oriental stripes,
3 yard long, 50 inches wide, regular , ; nn.
$1.50 value. Friday tale O C
PEDESTRIANS WILL SOON BE
PROTECTED FROM SPEEDING AUTOS
- p.itriaaa are to b. preteoted In
Portland ' from spMdlng automobilea,
and a imaeare la b.tna prpar.l which
will .ffaotuallv put a atop to the hlth
p4 on atrala-ht eouraaa and the aud-
dan roundlns ef eorn.ra without alow'
Inr down and honln.,
T..trday v in th. council aiMtlnc a
communication- waa road from Dr. H. F.
One a.klne that aom. action b tak.n
to - ourb-th-rekl..anMa of - the -aut.
SEE WE SEA
- The A.&CR.R. affords you the best opportunity to view the
grand old Pacific Ocean. , X
Only Four Hoars Ride From Portland
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Fine surf bathing, modern hotels, together with modern con
teniences make this the most popular beach resort north of Cali
fornia. TWO THROUGH TRAINS LEAVE DAILY, S 'AT at AND 6 P. M.
SPECIAL TRAIN. LEA VINO SATURDAYS 3:10 P. M.
Season Tickets $4.00
Saturday to Monday Tickets $2.50
For Information and tickets call at City Ticket Office, Third and.
Morrison streets, or phone Main 244.
R. H. JENKINS, General Passenger Agent.
drivers, Re eald he had aev.ra.1 narrow
cap.s from Injury and praaumed oth
re nad boan plaoed In Ilk. poaiUona,
The council sm.d favorabl. to th.
communlcationr Dr. One and will pro
vld. aom. bmiii of amine the
danc.r. - The matt.r waa thoroug-hlr
dlou..l In th. council and It Is po.nl
b that an ordlnanc. will b. passed
which will compel . driver, to run at a
rc.wn.bl. apd on a straight coura.
and atop completely or alow -down -to
two mll.a an hour In roundlne a oorner.
lla th. meantime rlvlns vigorous noUce
or tn. approacn or tn. car.
Th. ordinance will be paased at the
next metlns of th. council. - i ;
l ... BaOdlng Permits. i
' Robert Morsan. one-atory dwelling,
KIrby, bltwwn ekldmor. and Praanott,
IS00; P. H. Klaer. one-.tory dwelling,
Kant Thlrty-aecond, between East- Main
and Ba.t Madl.on, $1,500; C F. Bwl-g-ert,
coner.t. (.rare, Thurman between
Thlrty-aecond and Thlitr-thtr, 11,000;
Maud and Belle Alnaworth, Ravenavl.w
drtv S10.000; Mra. 8. O. H.dley, r
oalra dw.lllnar. S7 East Twelfth street.
ISOO; D, M. Donauah, repalra dwelllnav-f
Umatilla oecweea nasi j;iev.nm ana
Bast Thirteenth. S&00: Selena- Re.,
two-atory ' dwelling, M.Unda av.nu.
west of Cornell road.. $4,000; A.
Brauer. two-atory dwelllnir. Bast Thir
tieth between Ea.t Davis and Kast
Everett, tt.700: H. J. Mclnnla. repalra
two dwellings. East Fifteenth betweewl
Raat Ankeny and East Asn. (l.TOO; w.
H. Orenfel. two-story flats. Park be
tween -College and Jackson, 110.000;
Oun.t " BanbenT, two-stnry dwelling.
East Ninth betwMn Tillamook and
Thompson, $1.6no; Marguerite Faber,
one and one half-story dwelling, Alna
worth between Garfield and Union,
S3. 710; J. H. Amln. two-story dwelling
Bmtee between Rast ' Eighteenth and
East Nineteenth, 4.0.
: Orldnal Styles. , ;
Evcluatve fjcotrh and English wooiana,
Bolbrook Si Leveea. Couch block.
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Staw hat tax (aim. BobUuoa eV Ce.
MAYOR TESTS STREET BROOMS ;
FINDING THEM TOO HARD TO PUSH
"Hello, there: say. let m Uke a
try at that, will your ' .
- Then Mayor Lane stepped late the
street en Fifth between Alder and Mor
rison yesterday afternoon and undertook
to aweep the street with one of those
band-brooms that the eweepere push
around each day. ; .
: The mayor reached eut behind ' and
"Bay. that thing rune blooming hard,
don't itr queried the city's chief executive.-
Finally his honor got under way, but
he did not go far.
"I guess we'll have to supply gasoline
engines to run .those things; I didn't
know they were so hard to handle."
"Tea. . that would be - easier . for ua.'
auggested the sweeper.
r,Well. I'll see about that," answered
The sweeper was greatly pleased as
the mayor departed.
"If he'd run for president ef the
United States I'd vote for him," said
the city employs afterwarda. "Even the
bosses will not get out Into the atreet
ana try tnese sweepers." .
FIRST TRIPLETS OF YEAR
ARRIVE AT BIGMAN HOME
Triplets, three bounolng baby boys,
the first to be born la Portland thta
yeas, arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mra, Ant one E. Dlgman. HIT Union ave
nue, at S o'clock Tuesday night The
combined weight of the lusty lunged In
fants Is Ittt pounds and they are all
vigorous, healthy children. Mrs. Big
man was Miss Fannie Ruedy and Is ft
years of age, weighing., in th. neigh
borhood ef 140 pounds. The father la
Nine pairs of twins have been born
In Portland sines the first of the year,
making a record for the period. Jan
uary has the largest number, three. No
twins arrived In March or April, but s
pair cam. In February. May and June
each have two pair, of twins, while so
far this month one pair has, been re
ported. . .
; Cook Charged Wltb Theft.;
(SseHat DlatMMSj t Tk. JesreaL)
i Astoria. Or., July IS. J. H. Andrews,
a oook at Armstrong's logging camp at
river, was arrested yesterday,
charged with stealing 170 from Loms
Jennel, another employe of the camp.
He was arraigned In Justice court and
his hearing was postponed until Friday,
with a bend of IIU
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MEETING TO DISCUSS
The Northeastarm, Improvement as
sociation will hold a meeting In the
Presbvt.rtan church at Twentieth and
Wygant streets, Friday evening,- July
is, to aiscuss ins anu-irust law now
pending before the council. Residents
of Vernon and the northeastern part of
ths city are strongly In favor of the
law and wilt take action Indorsing it.
Have you acquired the habit of read
ing The Journal's "want ad" pages T
You will find there many things of
Interest to every member of your
family. ', . ' ,, , ,
Men's bathing suits! Prioe way down!
Robinson k Co. . ,
Anderson's Body Found. !.
Astoria. Or.. July !l.-The body of
Nele Robert Anderson, who wee drowned
a few days ago whit, bathing at the
Tallent Grant seining grounds at Band
Island, was recovsred yesterday. The
deceased came from Duluth, Minnesota,
and waa about 11 years old.
- ' Preferred gtoek Caaaed foods.
Allan Si Lewis' Bast Brand.
- TO AID SOCIETY
Vale, Or.. July!. Inaooordanre with
an ord.r lasued by County Jule Rich
ardson In the Juvenile department of
the county court. Fred Hubert and Cllf
ford Hllbert, dependent children, on pe
tition of Frank J. Bradlev were com
mitted to the Boys and Girls' Aid so
ciety of Portland and Mra. Etta. Heynea
waa appointed e-eciai pronation orilcer.
to tak. the children to Portland.
Men', fine underwear at the rrlo. of
ordinary goods. Robluaoa Si Cu.
' If you want to rent your newly fur
nlehed room advertise It In the "Fur
nished Rooms" columns of The Journal.
Rat. one cent . a word. Phone IX yvu'
can't bring It.
Men's bathing suits greatly reduced,
Robinson S Co. .
Freferred Stock Cmaaed
Allan Lew!.' Best Brand.
DO YOU NEED A ,
If so, why, go t
lS-alie 20-year gold-filled case;
Elgin or Waltham movement,
Ladles' O sire 20-yesr ' jrol J
filled case, 15-jeweled WalLharn
movement, 11. OO.
Your eyes fitted to flutes eom
t plete, f 1.0t. , ,
, i Credit if you Kite.
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