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THE OREGON DAILY. JOURWAi; ronTrAim. TUESDAY EVENINO. JULY Z XS37. ,
Special Sab of a Guaranteed Razor 1 This Weak, Reg. - $2.50 Value, Special 01 .98
Do You Use the Best Soaps?
f We Have AH the Popular Toilet
and Bath Soaps to Select From
Valiant's "Antiseptic Soap, per box 8 cakes...... 25
LicbiVs Skin Cure, for all skin troubles; 15c cake:
box '.. ...'....a......... ....401
Sylvan Toilet Soap yoa : will find this extra nice;
special, box ...... 25
U-AR-DAS as good as any, better than man, at,
cake, 15c ; box. ... ......... . . . . ... . . ....... .401
V i Shaving Mugs
Souvenir Mt. Hood : regular 60c :
sale price-rr;;.. ........... .39f
A fine assortment Silver
Mugs. ........ .82.50 to 83.50
J : FROM 25f TO 83.50
Rubber, Set Lather Brush, guaran
teed ; regular 75c; special... . 40
First Floor .
'Jr-- Razors v
A full line of Gillette Safety Razors
at regular prices, 4 4
Star, Gem and Yankee .t Safety
: , Razors at half price. . ,
' .-', '-.''''
Our Peerless Razor is guaranteed
satisfactory or your money back.
' ' Regular $2.50, whilev nn
they last .............. $ 1 if O
Porpoise Strops t..v ........50c
U. S. Cavalry Strop at.
Torry Strop, regular $1.00 at. . G7c
Torry Strop, regular $1.25 at. . 58c
Best Russian Leather Strop$2.00
: Bargains for the Vacationist
Postcard Album, U 3 Per Cent Off .
Enrlish Playine Cards, regular 75c: special. ,.,..45
Success Playing Cards, regular 85c; special. ...... 1G.
7x11 Steamboat Cards, regular 15c; special.;... 8
Box Paper; regular 50c ; special. ............ i . .
, WrltlnffTabletf WX
Kelso Bond, Foreign Mill, N. Y, Linen," Loulsine;
regular 15c and 20c; specltt... ............ ..12
Buster Brown Cameras,
24x3 $..'.. '.82.00
Ansco. Films, ' 1 1
Lttmiere .Plates;; f ;;
Cyko ' Postcards, 15c
doz.; gross . .91.50
" First Floor
Cut Glass .
Cut. Glass ; Bowl, 8-inch ;
reg. $6.50, spl.. 84.83
yS doz.' Colonial Glasses;
- reg. $3.60, special 8 0.29
Handle Napple; regular
$4.40, special .,.83.21
Sugar and Creamer ; ree
ular $6, special. .84.48
Water Pitcher;, regular
$6.50, special ..'..$4.63
Specials from the Leather Department
Pignioid Suitcase, sole leather corners .8 5.75
Sole Leather Case, hand sewed, reinforced. .$ 8.0Q
Sole Leather Case, hand sewed, with straps. .$12.00
Sole Leather Case, an exceptionally good case 815.00
Black Walrus Case, size 24. . , .'. . . .$16.50
Sole Leather Case, bellows sides, special. .... $26.50
Russet Leather Bag, size 19 ; reg. $1o!b0 ; spl. 8 8.75
Russet Leather Bag, size 16; special... 8.75
Sole Leather Bag, regular $16.50; special. ..,. $11.05 '
Sole Leather Bag, size 18., ................. 812.75
Sole Leather Bag only. : . , . . . . . . . . , ..... . .818.75 "
Sole Leather Bag, kilt, with straps, only .....$25.00
For the Home, Sum
mer Cottage or Den
J, Extra values to 80c
iOc and 15c
It's not how much you
make, It's what you save
Bath Capypur gum 531
Kerchief Cap ...... G3A
"Rub Dry? Towels.
special . ......... l0
Sponge Bsgs ; regular 25c
and 85c , ........ 17a
' ; Phone Orders
Call -up Exchange 11 for Immediate-
ordering of goods adver
. , tised, or A11S9. ,' .
"The Largest Retail Drug Store in the United States"
Our Mail Order Department is
complete. - You are as safe to or
der by mail as to call personally.
The best alwa
COURT S ..
.Park' Board - Members -Anxious -Regarding Legality -of
. : Madison StJat Bridge Improvement Bonds Much
Propeixi4cessaryv"yiien ! Construction Begins.
$20 GOLD DISC
TallSSED III flT
Members of th park bra ftr ax
;ioaslr wa4Unc th court'a flecUIon on
lb lejaUty of tb UMmon ktret
j brldx ImproTmnt bonds, for on It
hlncaa tha $1.0.000 appropriation tor
I tha aratam of parka, and boulevard
tha paople Toted for In tha Juna alao
tlon. With, realty rallies rapidly. 4-vanohia-.
the .board U . aaer to be at
work purchasing property alone; the pro-.
posea rouie ana nfiuiuiu
construction, , . . v.., . ....
Marabers of tha board this morning
stated that Immediately tha legalltf of
the bond laaua was establlahed a land
arape engineer would be employed to
i.vVm nlana o le Portland the flneat
Dark system In America. The city en
Ineer'a force will be .oallea
aid In the work of :'":
around to be vraded for the boulevard
and the email parcel or grouna lor
neighborhood parka. Thla force will also
overlook tha construction of the nec
essary bridges to be built over ravines
In tha city In the 'continuous boule-
YAn outline of both the boulersrd and
the neighborhood park scheme was
i vm k tha board nravloua to the elec
tion .and the beauty of the selection!
was at once apparent Tti boulevard
stretching back front tha Willamette on
either aide . will give the traveler a
lflcent glimpse of the Willamette
valley lor mues ana miies en eitner
side, with te tall peaks Of ' Hood.
Adams. Bt. Helens and the Three 81s-'
ters punctuating tha skyline in tha far
The boulevard will be several miles
inf length and when completed It Is
thought it, with its natural eurround
lngsr will be mora beautiful than any
Tired mothers and fathers and rest
less r -children unable to -leave thel
homes to go long distances to a public
park will find the neighborhood parks
dellehtful recreation SDOta. They will
be made attractive ' by every possible
meana and ahould not only prove signt-
lv feu mnit Invttlnar nlaees.
In projecting the boulevard and
neighborhood park system the board is
DreDared to snend the entire 11.000.000.
The board members stated this morning
that tr the bona Issue is cleared up in
the next two montha thev honed to nave
the landscape expert on the ground to
supervise the laying out of the ayat
bv October. Actual construction, they
state, might be carried on during the
winter ana early spring, ann oy sum
mer the boulevard and neighborhood
parxa coma oe turnea over.
. B0UT0N HAS MONET
' (Continued f rom'Paga One.)
. f 100 to his credit U the First National.
Charles Logus has aa account of llll.lt.
.,' Tha Polk directory of 100 shows Ms
residence at 114 Orand avenue, but the
name does not appear in the volumes
'issued sines that year.
Traoe Cam Be ramad. ,
: Of the following, although they gave
their residence as Portland when mak
ing their deposits, no trace of them can
(be found in the dlrectortea: Their
5 names and the amount of each dormant
! account, as as follows: Chss. W Btenrt
, born. 101.70; K. E. O'Brien. 41l.(l;
, Thomas McNamara, $760: J. . Leuten
iesrer. 114. S8i John Laaners. 1661.10;
t But tneee are oniy a lew oi
t of other Portlandera who through over
h sight or other reason, have neglected
their accumulations of money. These
1 nnn from a few dollars to over 1200.
Out of town banks likewise have
1 shown negligence in checking up. At
the First National, there la a credit of
! I6.lt to the ColumbU Valley bank of
alkali oresron. Kor a oecaae or years
; the money has lain there, and for the
''same length of time there has been
' 121 12 to the eredlt of the First National
- bank of Ooldendala, 10 to the Bank of
: Pullman, Pullman, Waahlngton. 11.71
(to the Bank .of Rosalie, Washington,
and 12 14 to the Wakefield bask. UM
The Cornell Park association of Port
land, has t!2t at the Ladd Tilton
' bank, .which it forgot about some dosen
ears aero. David Robertson, deceased.
4 has a credit of 1121.47 in the same In-
stltutlon. snd Joost H. Schneider, who
figured Is the Benson-Hyde esses. Is the
' Dossessor of 2 cents which he can draw
SmeU s1asines Orerlooked.
; The R. 1 Polk directory forgot abont
tl.li which It left on deposit at the
First Xattonal about 10 years ago, snd
In the same bank -the .Portland .Ma
eadim Road company has 11S1 and the
mi prai eninpuy fits, un,
cllmaa W. T. Vaughn has overlooked
12. 0 which was left with Ladd Tilton
'about im. Rev. O. K. Hawes haa 14.14
Jin the X'nlted States National bank, and
panles, real' estate, tha names of de
ceased persons, and scores of indivi
duals, all of whom have wealth of which
apparently they have no knowledge.
The individual the farthest distance
from his forgotten funds is F. H. Bale,
of Bitka, Alaska, who has aa account of
111 at the First National, and James
Bbeakley - of the same northern town.
owns 10 cents on deposit st Ladd 4
mtons. -.':" -
W. Hayne haa a seven. vear-nlA A-
posit of 14,01. with ths First national
i bank. . .
' . B!? ih. J,Btv Trl oolumns
, in the Pacific Banker of July 17, and in
I dudes tha names At .uut
I school -Alerks, manufacturing concerns, I Clackamaar county and brourht him to
"wool growers' associations, trust from- La Orande. where he 1 now imprisoned.
VERY SNUG FIT, .
(IpeeUI Mspstea to The loarasL
Astoria. Or.. July 10. Reports re
ceived from all over Clatsop county in
dicate not only ths perfect executing of
tne ttnnaay oioeing oraer. out also that
there Is general acquiescence. The only
complaint comes from Seaside, where
tha saloonmen threaten to retaliate by
forcing the closing of all places of
amusement. It Is not considered prob
able that they will go to this length,
however. Only trifling Infractions of
ths law were observed and no arrsts
wers icaae. ;
: LANDS MAN IN JAIL
(Sserlat tttasetrh Is Tse SearaaL)
The Dalles, Or.. July 10. Peter
Schmidt of Hood River haa been held
In bonds of 1100 to keep the peace.
Ths 'complaining witness Is his wife.
Ho threatened to kill her and she went
before a Justice of ths pesos and had
him nnt under bonds, lis could ' not
furnish the bonds and In consequence
bss to stay in Jail.
WASHAM ACCUSED OF
FAILUBE TO PROVIDE
MaesKV tnasateh . te Tse JeeraeLI
t Orande. Or.. July 0. Thefirat
ease to ha hrousht into court in Union
county under the new law making non
support of a family an offense punleh
sble by Imprisonment has been filed In
circuit court here. District Attorney
Ivanhoe charge Robert Washam with
unlawfully neglecting to support .his
wife and three children, who reside at
Union. . Under thla complaint Sheriff
Chi Id era has ' arrested Wsshsm In
Disappearance of Coin Occa
sions . Consternation y
Among Officials. '
IJsarael Bperlat Berries.) ;
San Francisco, July 10. Tha disap
pearance of .a gold disc valued at 120
LZross the. mint yesterday afternoon oc
casioned a great deal of consternation
among the officials of the institution.
not so much on account of tha amount
of the losa. as ths fact that a leakage
was developed through which a greater
loss might be sustained. ' Aa ' soon as
the Shortage was discovered tha doors
of the adjuster's department. In which
the loss occurred, were locked and the
premises were searched and later the
employe. . Ths search extended even to
the hoalery and lingerie of the women,
but It failed to discover the little disc,
Testsrday afternoon a tray of blank
130 discs waa aent to the adjusting de
partment from the molding department,
and weighed and charged to the aecond
department. William Montgomery, the
chief adjuster. Instead of weighing the
trsy, accepted the account of the mold
ing . department. After the discs hsd
been adjusted and were ready for the
stamping department. It was dlsoovsred
that the number was one short.
' Eleanor Itobson Coming Home.
(Journal Special Service.)
London, July SO. Miss Eleanor Rob
son, the young American actress who
has scored a decided London suocess in
her engagement Just closed, sails for
horns today on the Carmanla. Early In
September she will open at tha Aoademy
of Mualo In Nsw fork for an engage
ment of six weeks In "Saiomy Jan. .
Tbia .Tlme .It ls an Ad Jtfethodlst
Minister, Missing Since July 8 -Ifo
News f o. Holt.
' " (SpecUl XHssatea to The TsarasL) '
' " Walla Walla. Wash.. July 20. Rev.
William White, an aged and wall-to-do
Methodist minister, haa disappeared from
Walla Walla, and despite a vigorous
search no traoe of htm haa been found.
He was last seen July I, leaving his
homs on Lincoln street with a bundle.
Friends ' are preparing a description,
which will be sentcto tha towns of ths
northwest, la. aa effort to find some
trace of htm.
The disappearance Of Charles Holt,
the druggist who left Walla Walla ths
tatter part or June, la still a mystery,
neither his employer nor his .wife hav
ing heard anything from him. " '
HARMFUL TO TAFT
iJearaal Special Berries.)
" Washington, D. C July to. It Is
announced that Secretary Taft will
make no speeches In Idaho on his com
ing trip to ths west. Secretary - Taft
a year ago was aent to- Idaho try the
President to speak for the reelection of
Governor Gooding, the main Issue be
ing the attitude of unrelenting pursuit
of the murderers of former Governor
Steunenberg, which had been aasumed
by the stats administration. Thla was
ths first move made by ths president
to Indicate his belief In the "undeelra
blllty" of the leaders of ths Western
Federation of Miners, and the acquittal
of Haywood la believed to be harmful
to the presidential aspirations of Sec
retary Taft In the far weet.
Huntington Stops Trolley
Construction to Secure
Lower Taxation. :
(Jearnal Special Service.) -' '
Los Angeles, July 10. Pasadena la
In a stats of consternation generally and
business and political circles are stirred
to depths beeauss H. &' Huntington has
Issued an ultimatum that he will build
no mors railroad lines there or spend a
cent for Improvements. ' : because ns
Claims to have been overtaxed by the
olty. Assessor Don D. Kellogg fixed
the tax valuation of the Paciflo electric
holdlnra In Pasadena at approximately
J 1000,000,' an Increase of 1400,000 over
aat year, and the railway magnate
speaks In bitter terms of what he con
siders unfair treatment.
Apparently there la a strong feeling
among business men that Huntington has
cause for complaint, alnce a storm of
criticism Is whirling about Mayor far
ley and tha assessor. The latter haa
made matters worss for himself In de
fense of the aassesment, by stating that
he has Indulged in the practice of treat
ing corporations fairly where they
"mads frank and liberal ststements, '
Knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for rheumatism, stiff
Joints, cuts, sprains, lumbago and all
pains. Buy it, try it and yon will al
says uae It Any body who has used
Ballard's Snow Liniment is a living
proof of what it does. All we aak of
fou Is to get a trial bottle. Price It a,
Oe and 11.00. Sold by all druggists..
but' that h retaliated la eases where
they did not do bo. ,
Tha whole city now seems to have
both ths mayor and assessor by tha oars
and there la talk of clUsens visiting ths
city hall and Joining in a formal de
mand for Kellogg'o resignation.
Huntington haa extensive plans mads
for Pasadena's railroad progress.
(Continued from Pag One.) '
rhtar Ruth was lost . .'., .,
fa were , fully reslgned'.'fco tneet
h." said Mrs. Martlndale, "as we
ago in company with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Butler, also relatives, and their return
homs Is a ssd one. because of the party
Mr. and Mrs. Butler and child,- and
0-year-old Ruth Martlndale were lost.
The body -of Mr, Butler, as mentioned
above, was picked up by the Roanoke
on her way south. Ths other bodies
hays not been recovered. -;
;'?--", Strang of mssens.
On of the strangest rescues Of the
whoie tragedy was perhaps that of Mrs.
Martlndale, who waa washed upon the
gartly . aubmerged-deck, of the disabled
aa Pedro late la the morning.. Their
oauR-nier jiuiu was) jusi.
clun together on the after deck of the
Columbia when she msd her final
plunge. W thought there waa .no hope
of rescue- and so decided to die to
? ether. I thought we had gone down to
he bottom oi the sea la the awful
swirl, when again I found myself high
In the air and thrown there by force
of the explosion. Ws had released our
holds on each other and cam up sepa
rated. : -' "' "'
" saw nothing of th child after
the terrible plunge. Mr. and Mr. Bock
well leaped- over the aid clasped In
each other's arms a few moments be
fore th craft went down. Mr. Butler
leaped overboard with his 1-year-old
babe In his arm a. ' Mrs. Butler followed
him. but all war lost." y
' Toaulicr Wat sspS. '
Another survivor who cam up on the
Roanoke was Miss Annan Akeson of
Litchfield, Minnesota. She waa return
ing alone from th teachers' conven
tion at Los Angeles, after having apent
part of th summer at ths University of
Berkeley. Miss Akeson lost everything
: : TT-
but a small handbag, whioh she imme
diately dubbed her trunk. The surviv
ors all apeak in the highest terms of ths
treatment afforded them by th people
bunma - 1
Captain Dunham of the Roanoke de
clare that th Columbia went down- in
at least 280 fathoms of water, because
he looked up the chart at th time of
sighting the wreckage. .
NORTH COAST'S LINlT
FROM WALLA WALLA
v.,--. '. ;. - . . ' -. .-; vj-. :.
(Sped si ftkpatek to The JoersaL
Walla Walla, Wash., July 80. Presi
dent Straborn of ths North -Coast road
gav the Walla. Walla Evening States
man -authority - to- officially -announc
today- that th North Coast road, after
leaving Walla Walla, wlU head directly
north, crossing - Snake river - at the
mouth of the Pslou river and thence
proceeding to Rltsvllle in .Adams. The
road from Walla Walla to the northern
extremity of th connty will touch Pres.
sna give trans-
. belt: not
railroads, short of 10 miles.
cott and Pleasant View
Donation to-,- av .big .... wheat
An engineering party lm now engaged In
running, a preliminary survey , of th
rosd to Snake river. . ' ., '?,'
Commercial Law Leagua.
' (Joereat Special ServM.) -Detroit;
Mlch4 July SO. The large as
sembly room of the Cedilla hotel was
filled thla morning at the -opening of the
annual convention of th Commercial
Law League of America, an organisa
tion which, as Its name Implies, Is com
posed of attorneys who max a specialty
of commercial bualnes. Th roll call
developed the fact that nearly every
state and territory waa represented,' to-
father-with most of ths provlnoe of
anada. Mayor Thompson and PrsU
dent Wilkinson of the Detroit Bar as
sociation, delivered addresses of wel
come and responaes ware mads by Er
nest T. Florence of Nw Orleans, s, C
Ferguson of Chicago, ' and A. R, Mo
Masters of Montreal. 1 . -. .-. ' ; .
Metsgers spectacles 1, lit Washing
ton street. ,,.,,...,. ... .
ttt Washington Is ths center of in
terest for men- today. -
- We are having what we firmly believe is a record-breaking sale of Muslin Underwear. We have placed on sale $20,000 worth of Muslin Garments. There are';
hundreds of styles to select from, and every garment offered in this sale is fresh from the factory, as every one knows that this is a new addition,' snd the oldest
garment in the house can t be over two months old. Having made the largest purchase of muslins that ever came to this state we obtained reductions in price
which our customers and friends now reap the benefit. With the careful and wise buyer quality is always the first consideration.' It is the quality of our oSetCf, I
wnicn wiu sell tnem, and tne sale is unique, because neither" fire, bankruptcy nor any other, calamity is the cause of it we just want to sell the Muslin Underwear
You will find the prices astonishingly low. When you get high quality garments at cheap "mutlin prices, whnot? A glance at our windows will show you
that there is nothing exaggerated in-this statement v v:vv-'-''-i ''. v. :' ; .::;.":-:"' '! U' ,'';" '.v',v- 'v--.r.
$1.00 Gowns,....: 40
$1.25 Gowns. .. ; ..' GO
$1.50 Gowns .... . '. 70s)
$2.00 Gowns; .:; 7. 81.10
$2.50 Gowns...... 91.45
$3.00 Gowns...... $1.05
$3.60 Gowns...... 81.05
$5.00 Gowns . ..... $2.75
$1.25 Skirts ......... 60
$1,5Q Skirts.;;..... : 70
$2.00-SkirtS U s.81.10
$2.50 Skirts....... .81.45
$3.00. Skirts.. .......81.65
$3.75 Skirts.. j. .....92.15
$5.00 Skirts. . , . .2.75
,25 Corset Covers. ..v '
$ .50 Corset Covers...
$ .75 Corset Coversi.
$1.00 Corset Covers. .
$1,50 Corset Covers..;.
$2.00 Corset Covers
$2.50 Corset Covers,...
$3.50 Corset Covers. .. .
Every corset cover
- v reduced
$ .50 Drawers. ... ; . 1 20
$ .75 Drawers , .... . , 45
$1.50 Drawers ...... . 70
$2,00 Drawers. i..... 81.10
$2.50 Drawers....... J 51.45
$3.00 Drawers...... i U.G5
$3,75 Drawers....... $2.15
- EVERY PAIR OF
DRAWERS REDUCED. .
Wednesday Extra Spec
ial Drawers: Reg.75cVal. Wednesday 45c
CHINESE JADE TEWELRY
It haa a pcUl fitness for oddity and tmutualneta that is captittef In
the cztremev. Proper aelectuig can only be made from a large variety
tVtT,f ncli T! iUplT r "U attention to a mult
hide of brochehat tin acarf pta-llnk button, bracelet, pendants
and rings of the highett order of workmanthip at verv attractWe oricee.
Comer Third snd Washington 6treets.
Jorters. - ..Optician. :; , - Manufacturing. Jewelere
Iesabella Drawers i
40 S I
?,(;: $8.oo. Value .....;v...... . v.. .
JLJ- $10.00 Value .......... ...... , .
FIPTK ,AND ALDER STREETS
Sole Agentf for