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. - 11 1A.
OLD SOL'S RAYS LATEST
v BALDNESS "SURE CURE"
Eeal Estate Agent Gage Says Nature Has Come to Relief
. of the Much- Maligned Butt of Jokesmiths Oo V .
V; V Bareheaded, He Says. ; ; VV :
At last a aura euro, (or baldneeo haa
been round. No longer will tha ahlnr
peted cltlxens who lamber Into tha
barber shop chairs to have their scalps
massaged and rubbed with ointment and
tha prehlstorlo "halroll" need to wander
Into tha tonaorlal parlora and give up
their 45 centa to tha mild-mannered.
loose-tongued wlelders of tha rasors and
' -shears.,' . . . '" - .
w Nature haa coma to tha relief of tha
much-maligned butt of tha Jokeamlths,
. .and all ha haa to Wlo to- crow a lone,
flowing, curling' hirsute adornment that
.would make the heads of tha aeven
Sutherland slstere look Ilka a mowed
-.lawn la to walk forth under tha broiling
un bareheaded. Old Sol, who haa been
abused and railed at tha paat few daya
' becauaa of hta proximity to tha earth'a
aurface la tha purveyor of tha panacea
that makes hair grow -where hair. re
fused to grow under the' atlmulue of
barbershop tonics and other llqulda sup-
"Sx3to work the charm, according to
A x0, a well-known real- aetata
i of Portland, who haa returned from
,.t two weka' outing with bla family at
the base of Mount Adama.
. Whan Mr. Gage left Portland the top
of hla head resembled tha shaven aide
of a billiard ball. Now It la covered
with a-luxuriant growth of young hair
"that would make Barnum at Bailey's
' bearded lady turn green with envy. All
he did to coax tha growth through hla
scalp waa to atand. beneath tha burning.
scorching raya of tha run and look
pleasant Tha aun did the rest. ..
Tor a few daya hla head felt as If It
were coming off and part of It did In
large layers of epidermis. Finally, In
order . to keep tha aun from shining
directly upon his brain cells. Mr. Oaga
tempered the treatment. Tha first week
he went about bareheaded all. day except
for a few hours In tha afternoon when
tha aun waa hotteet, thus toughening
hla scalp and graduating himself up to
tha time when ha could pasa tha entire
day without wearing a hat..
'Soon he intlced one lone hair rtsina;
to tha aurfaca through the aun-reddened
acalp. Careful nursing brought forth
another and Joy rose aupreme in the
breast of Mr.' Oaga at tha alght of tha
atruggllrrg hairs. But alas and alackl
Mr. Gage went too Bear Old Sol when
the fiery chariot la establishing a new
Deed record across tha heavens and the
rtwo struggling ploneera of what later
came to oo a wnaerness or curiy,
matted hair were burned off clean to the
edge of the acalp and, to a careful ob
server Ilka Mr. Gage, aomewbat banaath
But ha did not despair and kept vp
tha treatment with renewed vigor. Hla
afforta were at last rewarded with the
hair which now adorns tha top of hla
head. Although ona bald-headed friend
who haa tried every known treatment
to replenish diminishing lAcka of hair
with Indifferent auccaaa Insists - ha la
wearing a toupee. Mr. Oaga Indignantly
deniaa the statement and say a It la hla
own teal hair.
UNDISPUTED ON TIME CARDS .
- TWELVE MILES" IN FOUR MINUTES
A statement that will be believed by
itawr but nevertheleae a etatement of
incontrovertible aot, la that tha South
am . Faolfla- railroad - company' a trains
.make 11 miles la four mlnutee on ona
.stretch of track In Oregon. Let tha
light of thla knowledge shine In and
Illumine, tha dismal path of that com
pany's right-of-way from Portland to
Twalva""Binaa lnfonrTnlnutaB,tnr 1
miles an hour, - made with a dinkey
.. angina of tha vintage of 18J4, la tha
record as- It stands . undisputed on tha
time schedules of tha company'a wast
alda lines.: The faat -1 accomplished
by tha tralna that run from Corvallla
to-Portland. The distance from Cor
vallla to Portland, since the St Joseph
cut-off waa constructed. Is 11 mllea
shorter than the. old route coming Into
thla city via Fourth street. Trains
are run by the ahorter route, but tha
price remains tha same for .tha trip.
Therefore, at a point between McMlnn
vllle and the cut-off-It becompe neces
sary to dispone of 11 mllea auddenly,
awlftly and silently, which thaaa tralna
do In a manner that rsmtnda tha pas'
eenger of tha .prestlgitator who awal
lows a whole egg and reels oat furlongs
Of paper tape from hla rnsldea.
Thla run 1 said to furnish tha fast
est time made on the Southern Pacific
eyatera from Portland to New Orleana.
AIMS AT DOCTOR AND KNOCKS :
: . OUT. MINISTER'S TEETH ON CAR
Whlta with anger becauaa hla sworn
enemy had the temerity to aay 'Ho
do you dor' to him on m" St. Johns
-.' streetcar .Sunday 'afternoon. 1 E. B.
. Shields made a vicious swing with hla
. flat at. the face of Dr. O. O. Fletcher,
5 chiropodist with offlcaa in tha Aliaky
Snlelde' aim. however." waa a, trifle
Inaccurate. The unateadlneaa of the
. moving car caused him to mlsa his
target and hta fist after grating the
' aide of Dr. Fletcher'e face landed head
on In the mouth of Rev. R. N. Dunn,
" an Innocent bystander. Mr. Dunn la a
ipt. Johna minister, and two of hla front
teeth were disengaged from the gums
' bv tha force of tha blow. - -
, In the police - court yesterday the '
causa of tha disturbance which threw
many-of the women passengers. Into a
stale of nervous exottement and elicited
numeroua screams, waa brought out.
Many months ago Dr. Fletcher, It waa
eaid, taught Mr a. Shields the art of
chiropody, much to her huabandle dis
like. Enmity aprung up. between the
twa.mna. and Shields- at one time told
Dr. Fletcher never to apeak to him un
der penalty of a thrashing. Dr. Fletcher,
however, . disregarded- the Instructions
and aa a result was yesterday compelled
to. atdeatep a terrlflo blow. The latter
found Ita period when It brought up In
the face of the minister. -
Dr. Fletcher had Shield arretted On
a charge of assault and battery. Judge
Cameron found Shields guilty, but con
tinued sentence under good behavior. .
OIL AI1D GAS TO
Eastern Oregon and South
ern Idaho Look to On-
' (Special Dispatch to The' Journal.) . r
Ontario.' Or, July 10. Tha Oregon
. Oil at Oaa company, which hag secured
( large leas holdings and la preparing
, to carry on tha development of tha
flalda on a large scale and In a thor
- ough manner, Is said ' to contemplate
the Installation of natural gas plants
Bniia an Ontario and other rjolnts
lEsrhera they are now alnklng wells. Even
Of CheV wella at present la only utilised
-That won't come off, appears on baby's
f aee-after 'one tottle of White's Cream
- Vermifuge, the great worm medicine.
Why not keep that amtle on baby'a faee
. tf you keep thla .medicine on hand,
you will never aee anything alae but
smiles on his face. Mrs. tf . Black
well, Oklahoma, wrltea:
'My baby waa peevish and fretful.
Would not eat and I feared ha would
die. I used a bottle of Whlte'a Cream
Vermifuge and he haa not had a sick
aay slnoe." Sold by all druggists.
X liquid preparation for tbe Face, Kick,
Arms ana Hands. Cannot be detected.
It is neither sticky nor greasy.
It's harmless, clean and refreshing;.
l LJ-T wo colors, pink and White.
Uaeit morning, noon and night. Spring-,
.' Summer, FaUfWinter, SAMPLE FREE.
f ',' tYOMMTO.CO., ' " .
. 44 loath Fifth St, BaooaLtH, K. T.
odtca is. so cheap,, it
is folly to 'drink poor tea.
:- Go by the book. . 4
Tear tracer retaraa year, sMaay II yea 4as t
JU ScalUIag'l lestt wa say klm. ..... .
for this purpose the future poaalbtlltlaa
of eastern Oregon and southern Idaho
for Immense fortunes cannot be over
" A very Important feature of tha de
velopment of the oil and gaa resources
now going on In the Snake River valley,
and which has been quite generally
overlooked, la Its relation to tbe ad
vancement of Irrigation projects In this
section. r ;
Tmxasnae Saaerts fteolalaaeo,
Immense areas of exceedingly fertile
sagebrush land cannot now be Irrigated
because they are higher than -the water
aupply. Cheap fuel meana cheap power,
and It Is estimated by competent partlea
thatIf - oil -and gaa are produced, in
abundance, as they undoubtedly will be.
me cneap ruei tnua produced will open
the weyfor the Irrigation of theaa
lands at a coat of from IS to tl per
acre, whleh - la a vary 'small fraction
wwv, muMi ,.i j w 1 1 1 x. ft iwjiiun
of the present average coat of Irriga
tion. It Is hardly possible to estimate what
cheap fuel will mean to Ontario, and
surrounding town a It means that On
tario will become a great manufactur
ing and distributing center and that
other towna In tha district ' will also
Increase In population and Importance.
. " PIPE LIKE TO BOISE.
Prospect Hailed With Delight as
. - Solving Fuel Problem.
. (Special fnspateh re The iofntl.)
Boise, Ida., July 0. Report oomes
from Ontario, Oregon, to the effect that
the Oregon Oil A Oaa company of that
place la preparing to carry on -development
of its holdings In that vicinity
on a large scale and la contemplating
piping oil to Boise. Should thla be done.,
Boise a fuel question would be practically-Solved.
The plan of the company
la to reach other towna also with pipes,
and the Importance of thla contem-
f lated move to thla aectlon of tha coun
ry tannot be overestimated. . . . ,
CALL ISSUED FOB v"
COXGKESS OF JEWS
Uoomsl gpeeta Servlea.) '
: NSW Tork. Julv ID Helen tea' fmm
all ; tha Jewish organlaationa in tha
uniii Biaies are expected to attend
the meeting In Carnegie hall next Oc
tober to establish an International Jaw.
Ish conference. It la nronoaMt n ell
the body the International Congress of
All Israel. One of the advantagea urged
la that tha congress would be able to
aoi autnoritativeir in case or oppression
or massacre and be entitled to recogni
tion from the caar of Russia Or any
other ruler. International headquar
ters probably will be establlahsd in
London or Parla. :
CANINE IIERO DIEST .
IN LINE OF DUTY
' 'RoeeUl Tttaeetcfe ts Taa JearaaLl
Spokane, Wash., July 10. Ring." th
famous bear dog, belonging to Tom
Hopper, waa killed yesterday by a street
car while protecting Hopper"g children
from assault from strange dogs. , He
did not aee tha oar coming. ' ,
Committed on Larceny Charga.
(aperiil PlrpeMi teVrha Jennul. ?
. Aatoria. Or.. July 80. The prelimi
nary examination of J. H. Andrawa,
charged with stealing 170 from Lewis
Tennel, waa held In Justice court yes
terday and he waa committed to tha
county Jail ki default of 1100 ball, to
aw ail the aotion ef tha olrauit eourt
jfaturallf mftkea them ahrlnk from tha
tndallcata g.uestlom, tha obnoiloua al
asilnatlons, Slid unpleasant looal treatc
tnenU, which soma phyalclana aonsliar
uentlal la the treatment of. diseases of
women. Yet, If help can be had, U to
better to submit to this ordeal than let
tha disease grow and spread. The trouble
to that so often tha woman undergoes all
the annoyancs and ihama lor nothing.
Tbonandjf women who have been
cured fix Dr. Plfrce1 Favorlto Prescrls
tlon writ. In acrelt'on o( the curs
which dlsvsNi the extmlnatlonj
and local treatment TlifTB la 110 WhlZ
modtcina o turf tnrt tfttte Inc flrUaiff
wymt-n "Kavorllp rTenrrli'tlofl,, it
cures clbtiiUlui. uialu. Irreg ulariiy nd
female weakness. It always helps. It
almost always cures. It Is itrictly non
alcoholic, non - secret, all Its Ingredients
being printed on Its bottle-wrspper, con
tains no dolotoiioug or habit-forming
drug, and every native medicinal root
entering Into Its composition has the full
endorsement of those most eminent In tha
several schools of medical practice. Some
of these numerous and strongest of pro
fessional endorsements of its Ingredients,
will be found in a pamphlet wrapped
around tha bottle, also IB a booklet mailed
free- on request, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en
dorsements should hare far more weight
than any amount of tbs ordinary lay. or
The most Intelligent women now-e-dfci
inMst on knowing what they take as med
icine Instead of opening their mouths like
a lot of young birds and gulping down
-whatever ts offered them. " Favorite Pre
scription Is of xwows coatroamo. It
makes weak women Strang and tick
women well. ' . :
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser to sent frtt
en resilpt of stamps to par expense of
maljlng only. Send to Dr. K. V. rierc,
Buffalo, N. y., 21 one-cent stamps for paper-covered,
or 11 stamps for eloth-boui'ii.
t If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge
by letter. All such communications art
he'd sacredly confidential
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate
and regulate stomach, liver and bowe.'s
RAILWAY. -BUILDEES i
CANT :: GET LABOR
(Special Mspateh V Tbe Jesraal)
- Spokane,, wain., juiy im mn-
land A Seattle railroad contractors that
navs been woraing ai vvasniucnm, b
Ing for the- road. have been compelled
n 1. K . . - V. a w .tnnnt ftret
men. While the road waa having trouble
over us nan ui way wii-n tuv u-
imgaiion m rower cmpu.r- uj.
Sot acattered and now there are none to
o. the work.. Efforts sre, being made
here to raise a crew at an Increase over
the former pay. Allen A McKlvor aay
they hope to be running; again la a few
daya.. v . ' : - - .
The Other Side. r
The beat . flhds In hnen'a furnishings
are on the other aide of Washington
Robinson A Co.'a side, No. til. Great
sale still on. , -
OFFICIAL REPORT ! . -.
f ON KLAMATH DITCH
Washington, D. C, July 10. The aup
ervialng engineer In charge of the Kla
math project, Oregon-California, reports
that the main canal was successfully
Ailed with water early In June and 1.000
aorea were Irrigated, 100 acres being
new land. J
Under the Adama ay atom S.700 acrea
of land are receiving water and addi
tional new land will be aerved as fast
aa contracts made for the season- can
be entered Into and approved. This la
the first time that water haa been fur
nished by the government system under
the Klamath project.
-"sow to Cure Ohinhlalaa.
To enjoy freedom from ehillblalns,"
writes Joha Kemp, East Ottefleld. Me.,
! apply Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. Have
also used It for ealt rheum with excel
lent results.' Guaranteed for fever
aorea. Indolent ulcere, pliea, burns,
wounds, frost bites and akin dlaeases.
ISO at ORed Cross Pharmacy,
RESTORES GRAY HAIR
to Its NATURAL COLOR!
Stop! jts falling out, and positive
lr removes Dandruff. Keep, hair
oft and gloiij. Ii not a dye.
Guaranteed perfectly pare.
. PhDo Hay Spec Co.. Newark, N, J. -.
30c bottUe. all druate
TURK AND aOUQH STRKCTS ..
c 8AH rtAKCISCO ;
SIOIIL IUMMIR B)ATCS
New hecet, faesa Jefferaea Square. 'Two
Meeks from Van Neee Ave the i asset shep
plng distrie. Car Hsea transferrins all aver
city, pass door. Every modern eoaventenee.
SBO rooms single or en suite. 160 private baths.
AsMrteaa and European plana, friees xaeden
ate. Omnibea) saeets all tralna. .
STEWART BARKER CO.
' She Hotel Stewart Opens September lat
" ''tkm BBAtmrcx, mvw -v'
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd ' Street - and - Broadway
Sunny room a, private bathe, long-dls-tanew
telephones, compressed air elean
Ing. large lobby, cafe a la carta with
eulalne and eervlee uneurpaaaed. For
rates, ate address ... -
N. S. MULLAN, Manager.
Formerly Aaalstant Manager Palace
ITotal. San Francisco. -
UUa snreet. Bat. FeweU aad Vases
trlct'y riret-CTaaa, Abaorataly Ftre.
xtreor. ie aeoiaii wus as.
. , . ODOsrVSIOt, MfSa
Never did we bear tell of
such a veritable sacrifice of
good merchandise as la
taking place at the Golden
Eagle this week in skirts.
We are out to greatly re
duce this stock, even at a
big cut below , cost prices.
You had better be in early
tomorrow aa the ready-to-wear
is a very busy place
Just now. .
Petticoats worth ' -.
Skirts worth up 't A
to $5.00 for leUJ
Skirts worth pp ' PA
to $7 JO for ...... a-.0U
Skirts worth up I C ff
to $15.00 for ...... D.UU
Skirts worth up 'Q QQ
to $25.00 for ...... apafeHO
About 210 doz
omcly desljnej a:
glass, salt and fr :
holders, with gtr, ... ;
silver screw tops. Ti e i
are really pretty little
utensils, tbe tops are
rich looking and dura
ble and the edges are so
sharp . they , would pass
for wheel cut glass any
where. , These should be
bringing us 25c each,
but we decided yester
day to put them in the
W JUV Jk tlU
j sweep fK
No mercy will be shown to any department of the store, stocks must be
lowered away below their present condition and the easiestway to do it we
find is to cut the prices so low that you m
your own oocketbook. Tomorrow. begins another harvest of money-saving
reductions in all lines, involving goods that y ou would secure if you saw them
SHIRTING - OINOHAMS - 28
inches wide, in pretty stripes and
"checks, regularly 12yaV . Ifl.
per yard, for ..Avl
LIGHT PERCALES Excellent
quality Percales, in all colors, dots,
stripes, checks,- etc, worth 1
15c per yard, cut to ...... ...IwC
TOWELINO Bleached Linen
Toweling, 18 inches wide, with
pretty and lasting colored borders,
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN $8
inches wide and of good, substan
tial weight, regularly 13c 1 AfY
per yard, at 13 yards for . eJUeUU
TABLE DAMASK A large num.
ber of mill ends of regular 75c per
yard table damask on AQi
sale at ................ . . . ..taC
JAP SILKS 21 Inches wide, .of
excellent quality,' in all colors and
cream,' whits and black. Oil
reg. ?0d, per yard,.for .,... eVtw
TACQUARD SILKS 27-inch
fancy - Jacquard Silks, suitable for
waists, suits, etc, worth
$1.25 perryard, for e-a w ttr W
BLACK TAFFETAS Of surpas
sing quality, black, 27 inches wide,;
worth $1.00 per yard,." 7AJi
for ,v "t
.. .- r- " -1
PANAMA50-inch Cream Panama
Cloth, beautiful goods, . , . QQ
worth $15 yard, for ...... .iOC
BATISTE Cream Batista, mater
ial 50 inches lit width, big value at
the regular pries, $5c, H Q-'
clearing at. . . n ..... . r7C
ART DENIMS A handsome as
sortment of these that regularly
brought 20c per yard, 38 Ag
Inches wide, clearing at 14C
CRKTONS Our Cretons of un.
questionable goods. This line sells
regularly at 2c, OX
going at i...... ........
CURTAIN 8WISS. fat : 38-inch
width that always sold at fl
Ucper yard, for ..........lUU
SHEETS 72x90 inches . across,
regular 60c.alus ..
PILLOW 'sUP'iMatchlese Pil
low Slips, 45x30 dimes- , . in,
sions, reg. 15c, for ......... 1UC
COUCH COVERING. In the Ro.
man stripes, and fringed, Q Q
worth 2i. for ............ IvOC
SMYRNA RUGS, 30x60- CI 91
inch, worth $2.00 ....... eI..V
W A 1 6 T INQ lLtrceticd
Waistings, 27 Inches wide, oi
white; these goods are worth
25c per yard, - f
clearing at .....,..T...XC
INDIA LINEN Whitsj India
Linen and checked nainsook,
goods you need at this season;
regular 15c quality "j ; 1 A
going at ... . ... . ...... 1UC
LAWN . ORGANDIE 27-lnch
fancy Lawn Organdie. Batistes and
numerous' other kinds, worth up
to 25c per yard , r '1 A
ILK ORGANDIE 27-inch Silk
Organdie. . in fancy stripes and
pretty conventional designs, piaios
oral patterns, worth AQ
75c for ,...,.........'a7C
,To one who appreciates really good goods
marked at rock bottom prices a visit to our
! crockery department Is a treat. There Is a
big variety of practically all things needed.
In the household and the clean sweep be
fore stock taking reductions makes it a new
incentive to visit this section of the store.
We are selling Bird Cages this week that,
areregular $1.60 values at, 0g
l TInwarc SpccIals$E
Pie Plates; all sixes ..............
Bread fans, an sixes
Oil Stove Tea Kettles
Copper Bottom Tea Kettles .......
frAnrmA CSianldora ... ........
'Coffee Pots, 1-qt
Pudding Pans, all sixes
Wire Sink Strainers
Puddings Psns, 1-qt. ..............
Pudding Pans, 2-qt. .............. ....17?
Pudding Pans, S-qt. ..23
-Pudding Pans, 4-qt. .ii.......t-..;;.;.T
Coffee Pots, 1-qt , ,...,.......... 2e
Coffee Pots, 3-pts.-v. .-.. . . . . . .... . i , . .8Ts
Coffee Pots, 2-qts. .....43e
Colanders, big sue ,,..Oe
Dish Pans, 10-qt. S8
14-qt and 17-qt. sixes, 68 4 - ,...T8
Tea Kettles, No. S TS
GALVANIZED TUBS, CO
regularly $1.00, for . ...... .OlfC
OALVANIZED TUBS, V : QQ.
regularly $1.10, for . . .... . . . ... . . . HOC
j.Iy Glasses-Covered tad Uicovered
' Per dosenlPer doxenlPer doxenlper dosen
23c 25c 27c 31c
Tbe amount of goods in the novelty department st the
present time is too great to attempt stock taking pre
vious to lowering. This is Just the reason why we are
making this section the scene of a big sale event at
which 00 per cent of, the goods will be sold at a loss.
Fmicy Dack Combs Cut to the Limit
Ova 1,000 faaoar sken, am
ber aat Black Back Sat
Comss. with late aovelties
la arlUlaat settings, faaoy
stomas aa4 soil baeksislse
m. muabaa of Seel sua la
aaatal aaoamtlaga, Ikey ate
regular velaea aere
ap to glO see ...
We save aa eaoraaeaa vaH.
etr of shsU ama aankex
Book Oosake, plala o (aaoy
triaaaaaa. aaaa? eKaeeoiser-
pretar eeaigms wiu aru-
aa settlaga. Taeae are
aU SSa aaa aoe vaiaaa aaa
are goo4 big saeasare at
taeeo . prleea, 2.1c
A sautttal variety of fanoy
Seek Comba Taney amber,
Shall aad jUaia slack oombs,
aaadaomefy set and aaouiV.
04 wlta atoaea and varloaa
saltablo metals. Tneaa
eombe have beea selling at
gl.TS aaa SS.OO, bt we nut
snake a sweep of lata e
partmeaxt aow, ' ' -
Tanoy Baek Oombs j to
93.00 regularly, la faaey
sheU aaa amber, set with
lades ea4 faa
mouatlara. all hamS fin.
ishsd ootnba. rerrfiar Sxaa,
sa-so ana ap te aa Qftr
value, sals price ....yw
Almost GivinflAway DairFIi
rive kaaareS fancy steel
pointed Xat Vine in jet and
eelerea stoae offeets.
Among those ona he fonad
vaJaee p to loo eaek, bnt
tha majority are So and So
goods. To make a sure and
speedy elearanoe these) go
on sale at, , . . f
fancy sat glaaa aad
rial fat beantUnl variety
of eolora. among tneeo wui
be fonad Slat XHna that will
So tnstloe to the moat elab
orate bonnat- Kegalarly
lsue valaav . C,
Taney knob, plated stylo,
Steel pointed Xat Mas, ia
wnatlka faaey metal tope
and Brilliant and stone set
tings of every kind. At SOo
and SSo, the regular prions,
we have been told that they
were easily the., biggest
value la Oregon tic
raaoy steel pointed IM
XHas, la aU new aovoltUs,
wood and pearl tops, fancy
knobs, sterling Bllvec, metal
flalabad aad gold plated
aad faaey stoae eat. Xfot
a pin la this lot was ova
offered for leea than SSo.
Many of them are f Q
oaoaUaat SOo valnes. . y
For Men .and Boys
Men and boys can come here any day and
feel confident of securing something good
in the way of a price concession. The num.
ber of items given here will give some idea,
but there sre a hundred gigantic values in
the men's wear that we nave never men
BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR with Short
or long sleeves, good, strong, and good fit
ting, such as youll be asked 40c and SOo
per garment elsewhere, . 0f
Men's Suspenders, in all styles, colors and
lengths, a big variety, all strong and suit
able for working or dress, regu- 04
lar up to 50c value ................. eViC
- Men's College and Crush ' Felt Hats, m
blacks, brownS snd grays; these Hats are
worth $2.50 and $2.75 elsewhere, CI 01
Golden Eagle price ..........
"i: Boys' Jackets
"Boys""Sweater' Jackets!,"' of "solid woolf but
toned, with . V-ahaped neck iand different
colors snd trimmings; these are 1 f
regular $1.75 value, selling mt ylaU
Boys' Goll Caps
These are made up in variously patterned
tweeds snd could be called a bargain 1A
at 25c, our price, to clear the lot vC
r Boys' Knickers
We have over 500 pairs of these snd we
want to make a speedy sweep of them.
They are strongly sewn Pants, In tweeds,
cheviots, etc., riveted buttons, 1p,
worth 50c apiece, going at ......... 1. .
- Mall orders receive careful atention here
ern tt is nit, '
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rtae walks sad drives. Sea fossa a eeeelalti
Kites, $2.50 and 13.00 per day
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