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$iSateen Petticoats $1
Women V Petticoats? of black-. mercerized- sateen
.or Italian cloth. Full 7-gored skirts In a great
variety of styles, made with deep flounces and
finished with ruffles, tucks and knife . pleatlngs.
All Sateen Skirts included in this . furious. Fri
day' sale and every . one a tremendous bargain.
Read the prices:,.-- ", " : . '
Regular $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 $7.50
Special $1.00 $1.17 $1.33 $1.67 $5.00
Art Department SpeciaL Indian, shop
ping and work baskets and hampers specially-priced
for Friday. They come in
many styles and many grades, regularly ;
worth from '65c to AQ Ia 9 459
$3.50, special Friday HUCIO $LS,
' Children's Rompers, made of seersucker, -in
stripes or. plain blue. Well made gar
meats for children from 2 to 6 years of'
gje and regularly worth trom 35c, yC
o 40c; very special, Friday, pair., mwC
All ; colors, - regularly
sold at 75c, AQ
special, Friday .,
Black and White Chain
Purses, 15c : ' Q
values, special , , . . OC
Of white -and brown
linen, mads wltl) - inside
ehamole pockets; . regu
lar ti.ts. , - - 87c
WILL FIND EVERY AISLE IN THIS STORE ALIVE WITH SPLENDID
FRIDAY BARGAINS. MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN SHARE IN
SPLENDID SAVINGS ON THE VERY BEST SORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
' WE ; PARTICULARLY REQUEST THAT YOU SHOP AS EARLY AS
POSSIBLE, AS ; SOME OF THESE VALUES ARE TOO GOOD TO LAST
THROUGH4 THE STRENUOUS DAY'S SELLING ofr ' THE FRIDAY
, CROWDS WE HAVE HERE. -
High class imported .Wash Goods in aM de
signs,: best novelty silks, jacquards, rough
'pongees, dressy' linens,, hair lined plaids,
-printed voiles. . etc. A grand grouping of
50c, 60c and 75c values; special, ; , . OCM
:the yard ...... eWC 1
Printed Batistes in exquisitely pretty floral pattern; 60 full
pieces for sale Friday. It comes in fast colors and a large
number of different colorings. With this tremendous amount
to sell and the splendid assortment you have to choose from.
it 'will make the wash goods bargain of the season. ,
i iuj, iuc jriu .......
ilM S . TO
' : 2MST5g;- . . UU, ..
Men's Doilat Shifts 69c
Here's a famous Friday bargain. Goll
Shirts to wear with white collars or
Negligee Shirts with soft collars at
tached. These shirts come in white,
medium or dark colors, in plain or
figured designs. They are one of the
very best dollar shirts in .our store.
Thev are. full in the shoulders, fit cor
rectly in the neck, good sleeve length
and full body. Made of good, de
pendable materials, regular $1, A
special for Friday VC
Men's Underwear, a staple 50c grade
of derby balbriggan; it comes in ecru,
brown, blue or flesh colored, and is
certainly a Splendid value at 50c a
garment; very special for Friday T5
the suit, or per- vr V7lm
garment .......'............ .0 I ?C
uoys negligee snins, one of tne nest . .. , ." .... -
values ever made for 75c each; they come in tan, cream' or blue cham-
t.. -rA ... lt1aj.tr ..-.. IF... I. - 1 X ' t
.......... , ,
, ...... m.-. ... mft
Black Vassar Beauty
rms, o on card.
Sterling' silver, Regular
75c values. QO
special, Friday . OC
75c Hat Pins. 46c
Fin line oflarre Hat
Pins, larire tops, la vi
rions colors, . 71 o value,
Frldar ....... i ..' . . vw
Dress HatsZT $2.98 Ea.
Sale of the famous Sybell Dress Shapes and all novelty shapes for
Friday. Every conceived popular design included in tbV lot. , Many
different materials and shapes. With-the addition: of a small
amount of trimming will make into a very stylish piece 4JO QQ
of headgear; reg. :worth to $9.00 each,",fhoiceFnday....YseJ79
Leghorn Hats In black or
colors; seven dozen on sale
for Friday; -values ' run to
$3.00; your, choice, I! iyi
Friday for .............
Jflowers of all kinds in every color,'
, every v hue, , every sort; : regularly
worth to $1.00 the bunch; ,; an -
choice , Friday, the '. bunch,-. . JoC
Talcum Powder, . f
St RegisViolet, cani.......JC
Nail Brashes, black
bristle, solid back ........ 1UC
Celluloid Dressing Combs, large
size, all colors, 35c r , Of
value, special ". . . . . . . . .'. fcUC
Castile Soap, 4rlb. bar, 9Q
value 60c, special ........ 0C
Playing - Cards. A - good - 25c
card for, special,' 1Q
the package-............. 17C
Sanitol Tooth Paste, IP
value 25c tube, special. ..1C
Net Shopping Bags, f A.-
value 15c. soedal
Envelopes, plain white, 25 9
in pkg., 5c value, special . , .JC
Paper Napkins, fancy, crepe pa-
per, iw in - III,
Writing Paper, linen, cloth fin
ish and -envelopes to match,, 50
sheets of paper and envelopes,
50c value. , V . ; OCr
special ....... .7. ....... . Ji
Hat Pins, pearl ot smoked ball
top, value 10c, , V
Dress Fasteners,- best' ball and
socket ; two dozen on. card,
value 10c card, . f
special ............. v...... I C
Curling Irons, 'folding, . with
hardwood handles, 1
value 10c, special ........... I C
Pins, 400 on paper, value 5c' a
paper, special, . ' K
two v for i ,..,wt
Pearl . Button, 1 self -shank. . all .
sizes, one dozen on - . t A
ile they last we are going to sell some of these famous stoves
at a price that will mean great - bargains to the lucky purchasers
.'They are unrivalled bakers, stoves that do the maximum amount of
worklwit,hLJheminimum amount of--fuel, and one of the best
known ranges on the market. Read these prices and you'll decide
to throw out that old cook stove and be ready for fall with a new
"Quick Meal" , w:".;. 7 7 Y;
Ran res that sell regularly-for I Quick Meal Cook Stoves, reru-
y "?!.:.:. .$45.00 SsS.7!?:-,.$7.50
Laundry StOTesr regularly wort n
S?!! : .$20.00
Tailor Gasoline Stoves,- worth
Single Burner, Lamp Stoves, for
summer use, , QQ.
special .. ...........OOC
Two-Burner Lamp Stoves. 66v
Two-Burner Blue , (J OP
Flame Stove ...p'x.aW
Ranires that sell regularly-for'
Ranges that sell regularly for
Quick Meal Bakers, tegularly
Quick Meal Ranges. . worth
Sensational Selling oi 'SampleHose
for Abdut Half Regular0
H(ere V a Hosiery- sale that will completely overshadow-all others that have been held : ln Portland
this season. Front one of the largest importers in the business we secured 8,000 pairs of hose in discon
tinued lines,' that is, hose in patterns that will not be made' the coming season. On' account of them
being lines no. longer, to be carried, the dealer, give them to us at much less than the regular figures, and
they come to you in the same way. ' . ' v . '
1;- .CULiSEErTHEMDOW. DISPLAY lC- ' : : , "
ONE-HALF TO ONE-tHlRD REGULAR PRICE DIVIDED INTO 5 LOTS AND PRICED AS FOLLOWS
LOT- dNB-Women's fancy hose'
in plain or. fancy embroidered lisle.
The playis are a rich brilliant black
in lace weave and the embroidered
"patterns are fine examples of real
handwork. They are regularly
worth $1.60 and $2.00 the A
pair-7-Specialf . OaC
LOT TWO French anct German
lisles, in laces,' plain colors and em
broidered effects. ' Come, in - black
and many colors and are regularly
worth to $1.25 the pair CQ
Special sale price. . . . DaC :.
LOT, FOUR Is an almost endless -J.
-Tarietyof hose inlplain lisles, lace Iff '.
,W?ayes (thejatter in alloverjprJacefc ...VR-
ed boot' effects. Regularly worth
to 65c the'-pair Special sale1 price-
LOT THREE Contains the larg
est assortment of all.' Many color
and patterns, come in blacks, tan,
champagne, mode, brown, choco
late, navy, pink, blue and red. Also
the popular pastel shades, , as well
as .wine and scarlet and Nile and
bottle greens. They are in lace or
embroidered patterns and the reg
ular values are 75c and $1.00 the
pair Special sale price "Oft
LOT FIVE A prime assortment.
These are in the staple colors, such
. allover effects, and 'they are every
pair hose that sell regularly for zoc-and 35c
the pair Special sale price only.......,'...
Tailor dSuitsw $5.25
Women's Tailored Suha, in strikingly stylish wool novelty good.
Eony jacket styles with pleated skirts. "They are trimmed with
braids and buttons and the materials are all Vool, in C OC
mixtures, checks and stripes; reg. worth to $17.5Qr Friday. Da&D
Women's Linen Skirts, in
plain - or- pleated -styles.
Cool, dressy garments for
summer wear. Well tail
ored and splendid values
at regwfar price,
special for Friday ....Q
Women's White Alpaca Skirts, in the
desirable pleated styles and values up
to $8.50. There are just about four
dozen skirts in this lot Forty-eight
of the best skirt bargains on sale this
summer. Take your choice AC
Friday for, only .....$0w7O
White Parasols Half Price
n . .
A great sale of very pretty Parasols and the kind that are in very
popular demand at this time,. There are four styles, one in a hem
stitched batiste, one in a tucked white batiste, one in a hemstitched
(acquard figured batiste and one in a hemstitched tucked ecru
inen. They are fresh, crisp goods that have just been shipped
here from New York in a rush. They come .with white enameled
iramea and the ribs have brass tips. Handles are in white enamel
or in natural wool; regularly worth $2.50; - f or
special , 1Z3
Rxminstef Rugs Special $1.89
.They come In oriental and floral
designs and they are 27x60 inches
in size. and s very. fine quality of
Axminster; regular $2.50; H OA
Friday -price-is onlyr;-j i y I sQat.. J
Fine' Robe' Blanketjs for
couch covers.- table covers.
porch rugs, steamer rugs.
etc; values to $6.00 4 CA
WE MOURN SHOE SALE MAIN
FROM U TO 12 A.M.
'omen's Oxfdrds in 12 of thebest and most popu-1
lar styles, patenV kid-or calf4eathers; button orUace i
; , styles ; light or heavy soles ; worth $3.50. Ara AO '
$4.00 the pair; special for one hour ... ..9vvO
" . . ' ; ' FROM 12 TO I P. M.
.Women's Oxfords, and tan high shoes," in 10 styles'.
Patent calf and kid and all are Goodyear welt made.
-Compare' favorably with any $3.50 and ; Q ff '
$4.00 shoes; Special for. one hour ....... .9asds3 '
An old friend and a . welcome
; one to those with shoes to buy,
for these shoe sales of hourly
duration - bring bargains that
FROM 8 TO 9 A. M.
Women's White Canvas Ox
fords, ' in " two :styles, one
with a plain toe and in a
pretty, Blucher cut, the other with a tipped toe; we
-also have these in a blackJcid, value to . Oft
$3.00 the pair, special .....MaW7
v FROM 8 TO 10 A. M. ":
Women's Oxfords, 20 styles" in canvas and leather.
- leathers- rn-lam-or-patents.- Button or- lace styles;
and a large assortment of $2.50 and $3.00 tl QQ
values; special, one hour ... i. . . .. . yla0
; V FROM 10 TO 11 A. M. ;
; Women's Tan High hoes, with welt or turn soles,'
and in many styles ; shoes that have sold for up to
$5.00 the pair, and about 700 pairs in all; f0 QQ
take, your choice for;, . . , . . . ........... .Os O
FROM 1 To 2 P.M.
Women's . Shoes,' in
the- best grades, - all
up-to-date styles and
in any leather . you
I may select. A large
sprinkling of colors
included. Gibson and
garden ties and two
and three-hole ef
fects"; any style, in
the lot, worth to $5.00 the pair, ; , JQ
one hour fi
. FROM.2-TO 3 P. M.
Women's Oxfords in White or Colored Canvas,
made in Gibson, Grecian and garden ties, and in
the regular or Blucher lace: with heavy fl Oft
J-onlight-Soles ; worth to $3 pair; 1 hour. p 1 . 02L
Bolero Jackets About Vi
This Friday sale takes in about 50 Bolero Waists in the pret
tiest styles that one can imagine. They are constructed of Venise,
Duchess or Valenciennes lace, or-nainsook embroidery and pique.
They are to be worn, over either-white or colored waists and add
a dainty finish at a small eost - Secure one while the sale is on and
have a splendid quality for but little more than half the regular
price.-. f ' '. - -"
The $2J5 grade for M OA
Friday selling at .....'1JU
The $2.00 grade ........ 1.19
The $3.00 grade . .... , :. f 1.T5
The $3.25 gradeTTTm-.S3 1 .90
The $3.50 grade. ..S2.10
The $4.50 grade ........f 2.87
The $5.00 grad ....f3.20
The $6.00 grade 1 3.85
The $6.50 grade ........ f 4 JtO
Women's Mull Ties, in all white
with - colored edges, just the
right thing for vacation wear,
regular 25c and 35c ' 1fl
value, special, Friday .....llC
The $2.S0 grade sell- C(
ing Friday at only l.a)
The $ 7.50 grade for ....-4.6
The $ 8.00 grade for
The $10.00 grade for .
The $12.00 grade for ....f T.0
The $14.00 grade for ....88.TK
The $15.00 grade for ....S9.50
The $17.50 grade for ...811.2S
The $21.00 grade for ... 13.50
White Turnover Collars arid
stock collars in embroidered de
signs, a large variety of pat
terns, worth to 35c, Friday C
only the price is but ..... aC
FROM 4 "TO 5 P.-M- .
Girls' Oxfords, come in 12 different styles, patent
and kid leathers, heavy or light soles, and all good
styles, priced like this: " - ,
Sizes 5 to 8, $1.50 values .......'...... ....91.10
Sizes 8yi to-11 ..,.........$1.39
Sizes to 2 :.$1.50
Sizes ty to 7 ; v;-...:..'.-..-. .f 1.70
. FROM 3 TO, 4 P. M.
' Women's High Shoes, in summer weight, fitted
with light or heavy toles and of paten t-or-kid-
Dressy and comfortable and tfQ 1 ft
$5.00 the pair, one hour.......j)aiiy
. FROM 5 TO 6 P. M.
Boys' Shoes and Oxfords, in tan or black, an as- -sortment
of summer weight shoes, all having good
soles and light weight uppers. -Sizes
9 to 13j, $2,00 values ..... 9130 .
" Sizea 1 to 5, $2.69 values ......... ....... ?19
CAPTAIN WILL BE
i HELD TO ACCOUNT
GoTernment Suggests New
; Rules for Immigratioa r. ;
- ''- . '
After a quick run of II days tbrouga
danse foss, the Portland , Aalatle
gtaamshlp eompanr's llnar; Nloomadla
axxlxed hare tills morning from Bong.
kona and way porta. Bha haa on board
about J.600 tons of.fralght, conalatlng
rontl of taa and gunnlaa. . IJabt wlnda
andSTCmooth water ware ancohntarad
rt all the way but a baavy fog hung
' tTovtt the moat of tba tlma. Not a
vt of any aort was slahtad durlnt
the If oar since tne vaaaal left Toko-
,?1n" rranirmnt Waa'ut Into forea
this morning relative to the watering
of the Chinese cVaw, In that tho duty
was left to the ahlp instead of the I mm I.
K-ration inspectors. Heretofore . two In
apectora have been stationed at the
sang plank to aea that none of tho Chi
nese went ashore to remain, but from
now on the captain will have to attend
to the hiring of private watchmen him
self and ba responsible for the yellow
bund aatlora. This will save the gov
ernment considerable money, ' since' It
took six men a dsjr on each veaset to
cover tho watch. At times two or three
vessels would be la port at the same
time with the result that a couple dosen
men had to be employed. Moat of these
watchmen were special men appointed
temporarily by Inspector Barbour.
The system now being Introduced here
has bn In vogua In the larger porta
of tha United States for soma time and
It la upon- suggestion from the head-
?u art era In Washington that the change
or the better la made here.
While the Nlcomedla arrived this
morning, tha liner Alesla practically
eompleted loading for Hongkong and
wsy ports. She will clear tomorrow
with a flaa cargo of flour for China and
Effort WOI Be Made to Float the
, ' Schooner Solano. ,
(SihkH.I THiiMtea t Tke lesraaL)
Aberdn, Wash, July I4.The Hart
Wood Mill company haa brought tha
wrecked, schooner Solane w&ere aba lies
en tba rocks, five miles south of Wal
lapa harbor, and has - engaged the
servrces-of art expert Wrecker to-get
her out of her bed and bring her to
this port . Captain A. T. Stream, who
la superintending the building- ot some
steam schooners for the Hart-Wood
milt, haa gone te tha scene of tha wreck.
,. INSPECTORS SAY "NO."
' Portland. Or.. July 14.- Te. the Editor
of The Journal. Dear Sir: Will you
kindly Inform me through your paper If
a eapttatn who has his papers for being
competent to run a vessel on tha Co
lumbia river only could also ba a cap
tain on an open aea. veaael without pass
ing further examination, and oblige, a
constant reader of Tba Journal.
n ALONG THE WATERFRONT ' .
- -1 1 1 1 ii ... .
Two steamers, tha Alllanoe and - Re
SVmdo. will sail from Couch street dock
this evening, tha former for Cons Bay
and tha latter for Seatua and Tacoma. --
Tha Norwegian steamer Skogstad re
ported off tha Columbia river bar this
morning wth a cargo of coal from
Mororan. Sha was ordered to San Pedra
to discharge. Tha Ekogxtad la reported
aa anrier charter te load lumber at this
port for the orient. ,
The British steamer Ascot will sail
for San Pedro tomorrow night First
Officer MrTague and five of tha crew
quit last alght when the steamer reached
hat dock. A aew sat ol mo Vara im
mediately secured tbrougb the sailors'
Begalar Users Das to Arrive.
Breakwater, Coos Bay .July tl
Costa Rica, San Francisco July tl
Ktcomedhv orient July tl
Alliance, Coos Bay Jul? 10
Redondo, Seattle. ........July SO
Roanoke. San Pedro and way.... July 10
O. W. Elder, Ssn Pedro and way.. Aug. 7.
Nnmantla, orient.. ....August It
Arabia, orient e.pt 1
( Bagnlar Zdaavs to Depart.
Alliance. Coos Bay.. J .......... .Ju!y It
Redondo. Seattle and way July tt
O. W. Elder. San Pedro and way ..July t
Alesla, orient July IT
Breakwater, Coos Bay. .. .......July It
Coata Rlea, San Franataoo July tt
Roanoke, Ban Pedro and war Aug. 1
Nloomedla, ortant August f
Kumantla. orient..; .August It
Arabia, orient .......September It
Vessels la 9ot, --.
Heniik Ibsen, Nor. str
Alesla. Oer. it.rr.
Tola Br. ah Elevator dock
Zlnlta, Br. bk. ......... . .East Pine
Chehalla, Am. bktn Knapptoa
Maori King, Br. as.-East. West Lbr. Co.
Aivena, Am. sch ..Westport
J. M. Orifflth, Am. bktn ....Stella
Ihtlsonar. Br, ah Columbia No. 1
Mathilda, Nor. ss. .... Portland lbr. Co.
Alumna. Am. sch ,trydock
lis. Am. ca...WUlamatte Lti .WIm
Tosemlta, Am. as Astoria
Redondo. Am. str Couch at
Rhoderto Dhu, Am. barge. ...... I.lnnton
Alliance, Am. atr. ........... .Couch at
Transit Am. schr ...Astoria
Virginia. Am. schr... Astoria
Irene,-Am. schr...... Astoria
AUas, Am. str Portsmouth
Zhyra, Nor. atr..,.Inman-Pouison dock
yra. Am. str..... .TBtreem
Geo. W. Klder, Am. atr. . . .Marfc a dock
lomber Oarriara Xa Bontol
Aurella. Am. str.. ....... .Ban Francisco
Janwa Rolph. Am, sch.... San Francisco
Caaco, Am. str ...San Francisco,
Jim Butler, Am. str... ....San Franc I ace
R. D. Inman, Am. str San Francisco
Thomas I Wand. Am. atr. San Francisco
Excelsior, Am. atr.... ... .San Francisco
Coaster, Am. atr ..Sao Francisco
Susie M. Plummar, Anu sch. . .Ouaymaa
Wasp, Am. atr. ......T?. .Saa Francisco
iMoruuana, Am. str. ...... San Francisco
King Cyrus, Am. aohr....8aa Francisco
aiauian. Am. son ..Baa Francisoo
Bm mo With Oemnt and Oeasxel.
Pucclauch. Br. ah,.,. ...... ..Hamburg
Brerui. Fr-bk ., ......Hull
Conway Castle. Br. bk.,,...,... -Antwerp
Europe, Br, bk., Antwerp
Oenevlnve Mollnna. Ft. bk. London
Rene Kervller. Fr. ah..., Hamburg
Laenneo. Fr. ah.. ............. .Swansea
Le Pillar. Ft. bk. ....London
Martha Rout, Fr. bk. Hamburg
Moaamblquo, Br. ah. .... .Newcastle, fcl
Samoa. Br. bk Shields
Slam. Oer, sh. London
Thiers, Fr, eh Newc.etl. B.
Vlnceunaa, Fr. bk. Ulasfow
Marechael Turrene, Fr. bk.... Hamburg
VUle de Mulhouse, Fr. bk. ... ..Antwerp
Ouethary, Fr. bk... .....Antwerp
rMerrl Lotl. FT. bK . .Antwerp
Walden Abbey, Br. sh. ....... .Antwerp
Glenesslln. Br. sh.. ........... .Antwerp
Versailles Fr. bk.. . Leith
General da Bol.deffre, Fr. bk ..London
Oeneral de Negrler. Fr. bk London
Bayard. Fr. bk ......Antwerp
Villa de DIJoo, Fr. bk... Antwerp
Coal Ships Ba Bonts.
Belen. Fr, bk Newcastle, A.
Col da Villauoia Marenll, Fr. bk. . .
Clavsrdon, Br. sh ....Newcastle, A.
WUlscott, Am. bk Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. eh.....Newcast a, A.
St Mlrren. Br. ah Newcastle. A.
Crlllon. Fr. bk Newoastle, A.
Ardencralg. Br. bk...... .Newoastle. A.
Eugene Schneider, Fr. bk.Newcaetle, A.
St Louis, Fr. so......... Newcastle, A.
Buffon. Fr. bk. ... ..Newcastle, N, B. W.
Tramp Steaaasrs Ba Boats.
Queen Alexander, Br., str Madras
Strathness, Br. atr.,.:Port Loe Angeles
Skagstad, Nor, str........ Mororan
J MARINE NOTE3
Astoria. July It.Arrlved at t:U a.
m., steamer Tosemlta, from Sen Fran
cisco. Norwegian nnf FWo.i.l,
from Muroran, arrlve.l ;,' th bar and
was Orrtred to Bn I'e l v
Hen y raii'lco, J ' . . trrlVeJ !t
nlKht. eiestmnr J i . I
i'Ult.l U , ,
Astoria, July Balled at I:!S p.
m, schooner Roderick Dhu in tow of
tug Sea Rover, for Santerey. Arrived
at 7:50 p. m, ateamer Elmore, from Til
lamook. YokohamaJuly 14. Arrived. German
steamer Arabia, from Portland. . ,
Shanghai. July 14. Arrived nrevlmm.
lv. British steamer Btrathyre, from
Portland. . .
Muroran. July 14. Arrived '
BriUah steamer Ascot, from Portland.
Astoria. Jury IS. Condition n th. k.
at S a. m., amooth: wind nurthw.al n
mil..: weather, cloudy.
Tides at Astoria tndev ni.s a......
:1I a. m , S feet: 1:14 p. m.. 7.7 feet.'
Low water: 7:17 a. m.. -L7 feet; J:l
p. m., I I feet
Ban Francleco. July 8IIed at
noon, ateamer Coats Rloa, for Portland.
Ban Francisco, July 15. 6111 at
noon, steam schooner Palsy Freemen,
Own Your Bathing Suit.
Danger lurks tn rented or hnrrow1
Ones Men who would . shocked .(
the Idea of wearing ee-ni l r.d nr.
wear will put on a rr.d r i - I
bathing suit f'r th. ii y l I
I xin'l do u ! V "l cm t v
very b-t gr.de. 1 1 t
l"ir .. . et a 1
d-a-lnc I .,1,1- - f '
lion mn . k V