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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY rVEIJINO. JULY 5.
ARE IN TRUST
Independents Declare Com-
1 . bine Has Kept Kate Be
: low Four Per Cent,
' . (Jeqrsal pacta! Service.)
Ct'.cxfo, July 15. Tt recast esta.
: fcsluneat of a. itvlsu tack in Chicaso
. which propose . ta , pay eepoaltor 4
par cent Interest ca vtns aooounts,
. eounlKj Wth the fact that sll tot
banking- Institutions In New fork and
several in tha nt ere paying- the7 iara
rata pf Interest, haa revived tha preiilo
tloa that Chicago banka, which hold
, moat of tha .IHI,0ut,0u6 of ssvlnsa
' aecounta hara must soon restore tha
There sis already In Chicago several
-' Prtyats bdukers who pry i pr oant
on savins deposits and some of these
declare that tha big Chicago banks are
in a "trust" and rfua to par tha rate
paid by banka la other cities.
"It Chicago banka" paid par cent.
'.. nor of It people would save their
money nere, aata J, s. juainer, manager
'of a. 4 per cent saving bank. The
CtUsens' fiavlng Truat Co, of Cleve
land, which pay that rate, claims It
haa 1,100 depositors la Chicago. ' All
- New Tork banka Day 4 oar cent on their
savings deposits,- which amount to I9u0,-
0"'.u0. i'he banks In Pittsburg. Balti-
and beat tie, Washington, pay to
sem rata. .
, FAITHFUL ASTORIA x 3
y JLK' IS HONQBED
. (Special PUpttch ta Tas 7eeraaL) '
- Astoria, Or., July If. Aatorla lodge,
, No. ISO, B. P. O. E.. has presented a life
membership card to J. C. Clinton, who
" has been secretary of the lodge for
number of years. Mr. Clinton during
i tha time ha has held tha office donated
. his salsry to the building fund. -The
card was Inclosed In a solid . stiver
.' pocket case appropriately ' and " hand
somely engraved. Past Exalted Ruler
' O. C Fulton made tha presentation a4-
dress. T J. .: -'
Z FAINTER CHARGED "
AS CHECK FORGED
PrinevlUe, Or.. July JR. -A. Thomas,
printer who has 4eea employed
the ' Crook County Journal staff hers
nd is charged with- hsvlng paased five
' or six werth)ess checks s mounting' la
' about 16 on merchants of this place,
' kas disappeared. Tha sheriff and
5 umber of deputies ara looking for him.
ut ss yst hare no cluf S U his where,
. S boats. . v
Omnibuses Haye Been a Dis
' mal Failure In Largest"
. , City in World. . :
Wiewasesaw . y
, (Joarsst IpesUl Serrlaa.) ,
Lotdon, July Jl 8!cg!e deck motor
amcipuses. built on the Jlces of Ameri
can open streetcars, will tr.aks thslr ap
pearance ,on tha street at Xondon
shortly as an experiment These will
be tk first publlo vehlalea with cross
seats and side footboards used here.
They will carry 20 passengers, where
as double deck motor omnibuses now
In operation carry 14. The latter have
proved too cumbersome, causing seri
ous vibration, making much noise, emit
ting noxious fumes and tending to rat
tle to plecea after a few months' hard
service. Already three oompanles run
ning doubls-decksrs have gone into vol
untary liquidation and some predict that
unless a vehicle Infinitely mora satis
factory and longer wearing can be mad
tha motor bus will disappear front the
streets entirely y i
Thus far tha motor bus experiment
In London has been a coetly affair.
About 1,000 of these levttthens. Weigh
ing nearly eight tons each, have been
In operation. ''',
JUNK DEALER WILKIN'
-KILLED IN RUNAWAY
' ' v., .c-iiini I...1AS,..
- (SpeeUr IHasateh te The Soars!.) i
Ch.halla. Wash.. July 26. Nathan
Wllktn. a funk dealer whoaa Disc of
business Is at 106 Main street. Best-
tie, was Killed near AiesKiii. vtssning
ton. lata yeatsrdsy afternoon by his
horse running away with him down a
hill. Wilkin's family live: at ;tio South
Bees street, Philadelphia. , coroner
Harden and Sheriff beggeller Investi
gated tha accident and brought the body
to Chehalls last night. Tha family
have been notified.
WOMAN ATTEMPTS L
SUICIDE AVITIi: gATPIN
:- SoeHat Dtspateh-to The JesraaUt--
Centralis. Wash.. July 16. An Un
known woman entered a. Centralis rest
aurant at an early hour this morning
and ordered breakfast, but while tbs
meal waa being prepared she drew a
hat pin from her hat and atabbed her
self a dossa limes n tha breast and
abdomen. Aid 'was summoned at once
and she wss carried away in n uncon-
. - I . I I , .
learned.' There la vary Uttla hops of
her recorery. .
Work while others rest. 12
Win through sheer energy.
The greatest energy pro-
wheat xs, ;.V ;
IAD P R L 0 n 0
Mrs. WiUlam Souls Confided
Fears to TraTellng Com
panion on Columbia.
Sag sr V, y'.ew tha storied beauties of
tha Pac!f;o alopa, pratty orer.ee
Thompson, a teacher of a kindergarten
class in the school department ' of
Tonngstown, Onto, and Residing at the
corner of Jlf to , avenue' and Falrgreen
street In that city, determined to Uka
advantage of tha special ratea offered to
tha National Educational association
convention In Los Angeles. MUs Thomp
on Is one of Aha few survivors of tba
Columbia disaster who escaped from
the sinking steamer, fuljy clad, oven
to a new spring hat.
That Mrs. Wllllsra Souls, wtfa of Wil
liam Souls, marina reporter of tha Ore
gonlsn. apparently had a premonition of
Impending disaster is tha opinion of the
young school teacher.
'As we were both traveling alone,
Mrs. Soula and myself struck up an ao
nualntancs and were together' Saturday
afternoon and evening. She appeared
to be very nervous and seemed to fear,
something would happen, pecauae her
husband was not with her. Her friends
in Ban Francisco wanted her to remain
over until Wednesday, the sailing data
of tha next etenmer, 'but she wsnted
to return to Portland at once and would
not listen to their suggestlon."-
Jnlas Thompson arrived in this elty
at noon yesterday by tram rrom Aiioria
In company with Mr.'- and Mrs. Bert
noon yesterday by train from Astoria
LlDDman. when seen at the home of
Constable Lou Wagner, t4 North Twen
tieth street, whoaa hospitality she ac
cepied pending the departure of a train
for Seattle, she gava tha following
graphle account of her experiences:
"I re tiled about o'clock, on tha night
of tha wreck and went to bed fully
d reused with tha exception of my outer
skirt and hat I waa awakened by a
Crash end ran out on deck. .1 . looked
over tha side of tha steamer, as did
a large number of other passengers,
but no ons seemed to know what waa
the trouble. I returned to my state
room. No. II, and after putting on my
skirt and hat. listened on a Ufa pre
"About this time ons of tha atewarda
cams rushing by and with an oath de
clared, who's going to pleoea.' -1 rushed
out to tha starboard side of the ship
snd the deck was already awash. After
gaining the upper deck I climbed Into
one. of the boats and asked several men
why they did aof lower It. I hardly got
the words out of ray mouth whan it
wave sweat ma into tha ocean.
"I wss in the water? I Judge, about
II minutes, when a boat in charge of
the quartermaster and ship's carpenter
picked me Up, I 'was tsken to the Ban
Pedro, where tha women were supplied
with not coffee and blanket a. Tha
breaking up of the deck load of lumber
threatened to aink the ahln and tho
breaking of one af tha masts killed
several persons. After tha Eldrr put in
an appearance wo were transferred ta
her and taken to Eureka. Tha people
there could not do enough for tha sur
vivors and .very attention waa shown."
Miss Thompson left yesterday after
noon for Seattle to visit hen brother,
who resides In tho Puget sound city,
DARROW HITS BACK
(Continued from Page Ons.)
the perfect soda cracker
In moisturt and ;
NATIONAL &ISCUJT COMPANY
" Y. We "made the first grand player "pland ln " the world wltn 58,'
6S r4 3 riotcf. It js known m the APOLLO grind pjayr piano.
i ). . 1 P'yr piano wit the first grind
V I """'ill I ' ' pUyer in the world to be played
1 1 S" USl I A m public concert, - The event
r -j ' ' - - W tlt place at the palm garden
Jr-v-ir-" '.' 'XL . )he gt. Charles Hotel in New
j Vf y ? v - OrUang, on December 19. 1906.
' k"" ... a I '... .. -
. 3. We are the first piano
manufacturers in the world to
sell a grand player piano in the
market aid be paid lor the sarni
in current money. : - -
"4. We "are the first tnanufac1
tttrers irt.vthejsorld to sell and
ship a trrand slayer piano to a
buyer in foreign country therefore, the first in the world to make,
the grand player piano a commercial success. ; I .' ,
. S..Wt re the only piino manufacturer! In the world to make
g grand player piano with a range of 83 notes or he entire piano
keyboard; and, consequently, the standard player,
6. We were the first piano manufacturers ta invite' the repre
sentatives of the trade press to inspect our new grand player piano,
which wat placed 00 hjbitjQ0. It pur wareroomi in the third week.,
of July, 1906. ,
' These facts make us the leaders la the player piano field. All
others must follow.. .
t MELVILLE CLARK FIANO CQ.
. Manufacturers of the Apollo-Player Pianoa, Steinway Hall, Chicago.
irilovcnden - Soule Piano Co.
' " ::' ' WESTERN AGENTS. ' ' "V' -' ' !
Corner Morrison and West Pcrlc, Pcrlland
was all in. And don't forget that ho
also la not under indictment, although
God knowa ba oucht to be."
attplalna About Jack tmpklaa.
Clarenee Darrow continuing hla fight
for Haywood'a Ufa today took occasion
to tarry the war Into tha enemy's camp.
Hawley1idr demanded wity he -dm n't
rail Adama and Prttlbona and- Da r row
explained. And it waa ft good legal ar
gument, too. '
Then ha took up tho failure of tha
state to call the witnesses It had prom
ised. And In thla way he rather put it
up to Borah who will follow him. inas
much as there haa been great specula
tion regarding the failure to put Neville,
Sterling and McParland on the at and.
Outside this atatemant tha feature of
Farrow's addreee today waa hla defenae
of tha federation for continuing Jsck
Slmpklns on Its executive board. He de
clared Elmpklns' flight didn't argue hla
Seasons fog Keeping Member.
f don't know if Blmpklna knew of
tha killing of gteunenberg." ha said.
"I know be pad causa to bsta tha gov
ernor and he waa In Caldwell with Or
chard. But ha waan't there at tha time
tha actual tragedy was committed, and
I prefer to believe him Innocent.
''But If wa had flred him off the beard
do you know what tha state'a lawyers
would have argued T It would have been
aald we virtually confessed ha was
Cuilty. 1 And we do not. When Blmp
lns haa hla dsv In court, whan he la
convicted of this dastardly crime, if hs
csn be, then and not until then Blmp
klna will be dismissed from hla po
. The balance of ' Parrow'l argument
waa chiefly devoted to an analyala of
the evidence relative to tho Bradley ex
plosion In ' Saa Francisco which he
claimed showed Orchard to be an abso
lute liar. The theme of hla entire speecn
todsy waa chiefly excoriation of Or
chard and Hawley and praise for Hay
wood and tha federation. . - ,
. Barrow MaJtea Ooo4 Argument,
' T)arrew showed tho strain hs hss been
laboring under during tha past twenty
four, hflurswhen bertsgrnjd lisilnal
appeal to tha jury. . Ills face was
drawn, and - bla soloe huak. oat this
quickly wore off and he waa soon talk
ing with his accustomed vigor.
He plunged at once into Colorado
troubles. n scathing terms ha placed,
.ie vuitiv ,wuvniuiuiT .11 idi aoor
of the mine ownera,
Explaining why Jsck Blmpklna was
not hers, Psrrow aald tha -best reason
he could give was that he was afraid
to be here. The fact that he ran awav.
however. Darrow declared, by no means
proves him guilty. The federation kept
Blmpklna on tha board, he declared.
because he wss not yet proved guilty.
' Explaining why he did riot put Stave
Adams on the stand, Darrow declared
ha waa under Indlctmen' - mnrdev.
and by testifying -would prejudice his
own 'case. Adams wss willing to do
anything for -Haywood.- but -the oacri-
lice would not pa permitted.
Regarding Pettlbeao. he declared he
was not an official, but Juat a nlaln
companionable, sympathetic man, who
ha nef rleaded Orchard.
(Continued from Page One.)
of tha port lifeboats thst he had picked
D and I ioloted him. " Wa rowed about
and rescued eight women eiMfcthree men
and took thom to tho Ban pedro and
then started put for mere gad pieked.ttB
ays Tog UftaC M Tare.
"The fog lifted about I o'clock and
revealed a dreadful aoene, although the
worst wse over, the pitiful scresms of
terror of those struggling with death
having ceased for good.
''What caused the accident la some
thing beyond my knowledge, but I feel
certain thst It waa no fault of my part
ner. Paul Hlnner, who waa at tho whjgl.
because he waa too good a man. I end
aot know that he had been saved until
I read In the papers thst he had put
Into Shelter Cove with boat No. I, carry
ing a number of survivors. Aceordlng
to these reports It wss largely due to his
heroism that . the boat was ' afel
landed. 11 , . -f
' Rave yott acquired the habit of read
ing Tha Jnurnafa "want ad" nana
You will find there many things of
interest te) every member of eur
35c Cushion Tops lOo
Otlamtat Tapeslay . Cushion rope
ta all tfco daslrabU deetrms 'a
good piuow top tor a entu a.t
esaslds or U sou try) .
en beat Sto valoaw Ilafs)
sjrgaU rU7..y.i. tJU
55c Itzzirj lzz lOo
Taaey Unli Batrs a a gvewt re.
"eo. d taalitp, rerau
dsai sells esually M as aa(
Always needed. One
epeclal prteo tot Bar- J f rrn
Almost inconceivable are the values for tomorrow each one of such turpassing merit as to loudly clamor for
first place. White Serge Coats at $4.50 Embroidery Remnants at half price $2.50 Men's Shifts at $1.63 $3.50
Women's Shoes $ $1.97 in fact every item on this page is of money-saving Interest, You'll want to be In, a dozen
places at once tomorrow to get In on all these good things. Get here early and well do the rest; give you quick ser
vice in all departments, so you can get around quickly to the other things you are interested in ana give you the
best merchandise for the money you've seen In many a day. ' . :. ;
r v Friday ' '
Now while yon are plannlnf you racation,
yon do pot want to put off planning your
vacation shoes. Our shoe stock ia complete,
just loaded .in all style and colors, for
seashore or mountains, at exceedingly mod
erate prices. Investigate our stylet and
prices,, , ,; . ; '
Womcri's Stylish Oxfords 9est $3.B0
; . , Values gtn.07. -We
hare too many $3. SO Oxfords in stock
at this time, hence this extraordinary reduc
tion; tomorrow you have choice of 12 dif
ferent' styles, all- $150 values, this season s
most popular' shapes, in light, turn and
heavy soles; in vici kid and patent leather;
these are all handmade 0brds and the
best to b had to retail at $3.50. 1 Q7
Specially priced. Bargain Friday ylVI
Men's Shoes and Oxfords $3.50 Val-
: . ue for ?2.0O. -
About 1,500 pairs Men's high-grade Shoes
and Oxfords; the best styles of the season
in all the fashionable leathers, vici kid, pat
ent colt, gun metal, tan . calf and demi-
f Use,- both'laee "and" blucber" styles;- best
3.50 values. Specially priced lot S0 A A
Batgain Friday ................. eJi.UU
SvOMEN'S $2J0 OXFORDS snd SHOES,
in s large assortment of styles, in black
vici, and white and grey canvas. 1 AA
Bargain Friday IeVU
WOMEN'S $3.00 WHITE CANVAS OX.
FORDS, in lace and blucher, very fM 07
best styles. Bargain Friday ...,.eplesJf
MISSES' 22S OXFORDS, In patent colt
and fine vici kid, all sixes up to 2. djl VJ
Specially priced. Bargain Friday lel
Some specially good bargains are Quoted
here at - .......7Te
Mieses and Chfldren's Whit Canvas Ox
ford; Boys' Grey Canvaa Shoes Black
Kid Oxfords and Strap Sandals.. Sizes 77
up to .No. Z Special, Bargain Friday I I C
Aatoanding: OileringB in
Our Men's Department is growing faster,
probably, than any other sirmlar department
in the city. Why Through good service.
Good service that gives the greatest values :
regularly. Good service that occasionally
offers such underpriced chances as the'
present sal. But this is the biggest snd
best sals w have vr had. . Not the re
duction. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. .
- Spedal sal of Men's Balbriggaa Under
wear, shirt only, in all site from 34 to 4d
Value 35c and 50c Special low OA.
price. Bargain Friday wC .
Special sale of Men's Suspenders, with Mc
black, conaisting of about 25 dosen, s few
lace amongthem. Regular 25c and 1
35c val. Special Bargain Pridayr pr.,.,l7C
MEN'S SOCKS -
Special sale of Men's ' Socks with black
. tops and white feet, made from a high-grade,
maco yarn.- Spliced heel and to and seamless.-'
Regular 15 value: Bargain IOI
Friday, only laCiC.
Special sale of Men's Mohair Shirts mad
negligee style with button-down collar, and
two-button sleeve. Colors - cream and
white: $250 values. Special Bar f AO
gain Friday, only Ple70
.. ..... MEN'S STRAW HATS. -
Special eale of our entire etoek of Men'
straw hats, consisting of sailors and Pan
1 amas in every desired style.
Regular $2.50 val. Bargain Friday.. fl.
Regular $1.50 val. Bargain Friday.. .99
Regular $1.00 vsL-Bargai Friday. .
From our owtT knowledge of 'our stocks
snd from what scores of women tell us,
w believe that at any stated price we
... . . , a .
arc selling oencr nosiery ana nut wiaci
wear and more, than at any previous sesson.
It yon car to prom oy uus stat 01 aiiairs
com in Bargain, Friday and make your
selections. , ; 1
25c Women's Hoae 5. l
50 dozen Women's Fast Black; fin ribbed
. Ho, double . sole, heel and toe, . extra
elaatie top; just the stocking for-beach
wear. Our regular 25c grade. Spe-f C
cial Bargain Friday, pair .......... 1UC
Wc Cluldren'a Hose, 15.
A broken lot of Children' fin IJsle Hose
in pink, blue, red. white, champagne , and
hair ends and drawers support. Keg- 1 A
ular 2$e value. Bargain" Friday .....17 C
63c Women'g' Underwear, SOfr
Women's Lisle Underwear In long shd
short sleeve vests, snkle snd lace trimmed
umbrella pants, also knee-length tisrhts.
All oui best 65c grade Lisle Under, OA
wear. Special, Bargain Friday eJeC
50c Children' Underwear, 15.. '
A special lot of Children's Underwear in
long sleeve vests, ankle and knee pants;
and low neck, lace-trimmed knee pant union
suits. Only, a small lot, so tor auicH
Rlili -. at,N lais- aw'SV saaaaa, sjaaasvrs
suits. Only, a small lot, so for uick
idling re,y. all 50c trades fori C
Bargain Friday, garment ,,,..aW
Sale of Best I
Ire hn ants I
9 Tfi ereateet mnnihuv(ne nnnortriru 9
--' s ' Vf
ity on medium and high class embroi
dery ever witnessed in this city. Thou
sands and thousands of yards of short
lengths, accumulations of our past
great sales. Not having at that tune
the space to show them or even time To
consider a method of disposing of such
a larre auantitv. we boxed them up
ss sr ,. 1 rr.,, ., . ,.. . ,,
and stored them. Now they demand
BJ . , 1 1 1 . -
our special attention, .tomorrow, car
gain Friday, we offer this assortment
of "embroideries and insertiona-our
vcrv highest grade goods, from-2 to
127 inches wide, dainty, elaborate, eye
Jet.xut.and shadow effect on finest
Swiss, chiffon cloth, nainsook and cam
bric, all this season's new domestic and
imported embroideries. Bargain Frfc
Bargains in tho
Whltt Serge Jacket $4,150.
100 hew Summer Coats at an extraordinary
low. price. There are two models in this
lot, one is the box-back, double-breasted
and silk collar, the other is a semi-fitted
with self-collar and euffe; an actual saving
of $3.00 on. each garment) materia) is strict
ly all-wool Botany Serge. $7.50 C(
Coats, Bargaia. Friday eJ.OU
Lawn Widatsvood i Values 30f. ?
About 10 dozen new- Summer Waist will
be placed on bargain table tomorrow at
less price then cost of material. Several
styles to select from, some plain whit
with tucks and plaits, other arc dark and
colored polka-dot madras and percale, well
worth from 65 to $1.00 each. Bar-QA-gain
Friday only, at )7C
Misses' .Walldn Skirtsv 91.507"
A lot of Misses' brand new Summer Skirts,
of neat checks and stripe tweeds; box. side
snd duster pleated, just like the grown-up
and cut very full; lengths 23 to 38 inches.
Some are small women's sises. f fA
Bargain Friday, each .eleQU
Hcathcrbloom petticoats, f 1.60.
These Petticoats are very nicely mad on
a good model and have s deep, , circular
liouac of attached bands and dust ruffle;
macK oniy, r iv dosen, val.
Bargain Friday only, each .....
Sateen. Petticoats, 8$l.
Thes Petticoats ar of heavy mercerized
sateen, com ia two stye. r cut very full,
with deep floqnee, finished with ruffles.
Stitched bands, tucks snd dust ruffle;
best $15 values Bargain Friday, gg
2 Women's Short Jackets, 93.00
Short Jackets for cool evenings, made from
fancy worsteds in - stripes, checks and
plaids. Values up to $8.50. Bar- s9 A A
gain Friday, only, at pJU
"7 : '. Lawn Kimonos, 25 f. - . . .
Rot weather garments for little money,
made from Dimity. Lawn, in neat fieurad
jesifTBSj oeiirpeo edge, looeo- back-
SUC values, .Bargain Friday, each
Children's Linen Hats,.35.
Sun-. Hats for Boy or Girls, mad from
soft, pliable linen, with wide stitched rims;
color are blue, pTnk, red or white. Off
Best 50c grade. Bargain Friday, each ODQ
? MexJcaa Hate, 16.
On gross for tomorrow's sellingTJ These
hats are juet the kind wanted to wear
around the house, the garden, or at seaside
or in the country 25c values. Bar- f
gain Friday, special ..,1UC
Sua Bonnets, 161. '
Best grade of Blough's Sun Bonnets, mad
from fine Gingham and Percale, in all
color and white; great many stores ask
25c for no better bonnet. Bargain f I
Friday, an!! -rrrmrfnirrnrrn . .4 DC
Iloro Unusual News
Art Goods and Notions
At little prices. Things that are necessary
snd should be secured gt the least possible
cost without sacrifk pf quality. Prices
her ar at the lowest level. , -. -,-
25c Wash Belts, 10,
Women's inen, embroidered, wsh belts,
some very neat designs in. narrow sad med
ium widths, gilt and pearl buckles, adjust
able clasps; 25S quality.T- Bargain 1Q2
Friday , .i7t
7Sc Wash Belts, 30.
An exceptional value in Women's eyelet
embroidered wash belts, neat pearl buckles;
very populsr. Never before sold at less
thsn 50c or 75c Special Bargain OQ
Friday, each ...... it
75c Hand Bags, 30.
Women's imitationalligator and seal grain
Hand Bags; our very best 75 aual- O Q
ity,. Special Sale price. Bargain Friday J71
. 10c Toilet Soapa, 6.
Our entire line of 10c and 15c soaps, such
a Vestal Violet. Heliotrope, Wedding Bou
quet, Vestal Carnation, etc., on special
.sale tomorrow. Bargain Friday, at .... Vv
15c Toilet Soaps, 10. V
Buttermilk, Violet and Glycerine soaps,
good quality, three cakes in box. Regular
15c grade. Special, Bargain Friday... lOe)
CARTER'S BLACK INK Bargain Fri
day, special at , 4f
23c HAIR PINS I dozen box. Bargain
2-OZ. BOTTLE LIBRARY PASTEr-Br.
J gain Friday, only .J. 4
2-OZ BOTTLB MUCILAGE Baigin
Friday, ejnly ;. 4
This means conslderahjle less than half
the former sale price, as they have al
ready "been reduced far below our
much talked of low prices. See window
- t . display. . J
Needed Specials From
r ; sDoxnestio Section
Bargain Friday's attractlona in Domeotie
Section do- not take the wid-awake shopper
long to decide on the store that serve her
best in these line. Quality and value wee
th chief consideration in offering the fol.
lowing: . ,
I O YARD. White Lawn, 32 inches wid
IsCC nice even thread, smooth finish,
pretty for shirtwaists. Regular value IS
iargahi Friday ....-?rria YD.
OQ. PAIR. Summer Blankets, whit and
OOC gray, 1 size, just th thing for
carnriag. Great valu at th regular price,
largain Friday .... . . . . : . ...... 88f EA.
CO. EACH. 72x0-inch Whjte Bed
)OC Sheets,, linen finish, extra heavy,
Sood' wearing quality. .','
bargain Friday, Special BSf EA.
Ifl EACH. Unbleached Bath Towels,.
1UC sis 1842 inches, good weight
nd extra good value at regular price 12c.
Bargain Friday EA.
tl 19 PAIR. Whitt Scotch Lac Cur.
ylelsa tsins. 60 inches wide, 3 yards
long,' good $135 valqe. . .
Bargain Friday ,. 1.18 F3.
and New Sillio
Juat the right weaves and fabrics In Sum
mer Dress Goods and Silks. Stocks here,
offer you a satisfactory selection of every
ewdesign isnd mot favored shades.' Mav
terial for dresses for every occasion, for
simple street waists snd skirts and for
elaborate gowns snd evening dr eases. And
th prices they're right, too you can de
pend upon that.
Attractive Dress FabricsBest 79c
, Qualities, 48. .
50-inch Mohair Sicilian in grey, brown, red.
green, navy and black, warranted pure mo
hair. Best dust resisting goods made, styl
ish snd durable; never sold for less than
75 a yard. Our pric Bargain Fp- AQ
day, - per- yrd , ... . .. . . . . ... . 1 . . rQ C
: Stylish Dress Good Mc-SOc Mo
hair at 3Se.
38-inch Pure Mohair Lustre, silk finish,
very beautiful weave and extremely popu.
tar. Comes in all th new shades as navy,
brown, green, tan, grey, cadet, reseda, slate,
cream and black; 60c-values. Bar-OQ
gain Friday, at .. ........ ..j. ...... OOC
Dress and Waisting Silks Good 75c
, and 85c Value at 4Qf.
New Dress snd Wsisting Silks in Louis
senes. Taffetas and Messalin Taffeta; all
pur tilka, soft and durable; excellent color
effects and attractive designs in checks,
stripes, broken plaids, etc Silks that sell
regularly at 73c and 85c , Special A
Bargain Friday w
Extraordinary Silk Values Best 83c
Peau De Sole, 401.
Best .grade genuine washable Peau de
colors absolutely fast, one of our new I ,
favorite weaves; comes in sll prnr ' j
combinations, black ami -white, 1
preen, mais, il'ie, r'l, r '
fcSc values. 1'arfvi J"..! '