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DAILY GU:::iAD. I ORTLAUD, TUESDAY EVErJIIiG, JULY' ZJ, KZ7.
Quarters Long:. Occupied on
Second Near Alder Will Be
Replaced by Modern Struc
ture Orientals Threaten
. to Bring Suit.
' What'threatened to develop Into
apectaoular eviction of two of Portland1
largest Chlnea mercantile establish
menu, the Chung Bang Tong company
' at 141 Seoond atreet, and the Huns Sun
compear at 147 Beoond atreet, baa alm-
' tnered down Into a very ordinary r
moral of two atocka of good to other
. Quartera, pending the tearing out of an
old building- and the putting up of
- mo-lera etructure. -
' W hen L. Gerllnger; who la tearing out
" the old ehack at the aoutbweet corner
of Bf -ond and Alder atreet, discovered
thm e building adjoining on the aouth
' j ue be wa demolishing waa about
r i fall down, he ordered bla men to atop
'work and reported the matter to the
city attorney. Chief Decuty City At
torney Kltigereld Immediately conferred
with Chief Grltsmacher. who notified
the Chinese merchants to vacate by noon
today. Later, however, the chief said
that ha would not enforce the order.
The Chinese, after conaulttng their
attorneys, decided to get out without
any further trouble. The building be
longs to Mrs. cormena uurknart ana is
tinder a lease to the Chinese merchants
-that haa tnree and -ene-haJf year left
- to run. The Chinese merchants eag that
they will enforce their leaae rlghte on
any building that la put up where) the
old etructure now stands. They com
plain bitterly of. the manner In which
they have been treated In the matter.
declaring that they have been given
So time to find another atore and nave
een forced to atore their goods and go
temporarily out of business. It la al
together probable that several damage
. auits wiu be mea as a, reeuit of the
- muaaie. -?-? . -
HELPED TO BREAK
' B. 8. Durkee, , chief operator at J the
loetal Teip-raph office In thla city,
' haa returned t rora a five weeks' trip to
Ban Francisco, where ha aided In break'
Ing the atrlke of union operator la that
city.- The officiate f- th various Pos
tal offices In the jrest were called to
Ban Franclaoo to aid In transacting
B. S. Durkee.
business during the atrlke and fortun
ately for th company all were expert
operators. , - - -
"The trouble la all over." ha said
rand the ' atrlk settled. The striking
operators were- given back their Jobs
and that. I think, la the moat Important
thing that happened. About 40 of our
men were out and about 100 from th
Western Union com Deny. .
"Our company had manager and as
latant managera from euany- of the
western cities In Ban Francisco- to aid
in operating the office. . Fortunately
they were all experienced operators and
we bad little difficulty In keeping up
our usual volume or ouaineaa. we sent
messages and did the work lust as well
as it could have been . dona had - there
been no atrlke."
The men still- hare- their union an4
botn aldea of the atrlke claim a victory.
' ODDS ON NELSON i
(Continued from - Page One.)
ether for th third time tomorrow night.
From 10 to odds have gone to It to .
and wlae bettors expect to see the prloa
io xo i oerore tn na-nt.
v Quite a lot of money has be
" x red at 10 to 8. Vrltt'a admirer ar
., t all at that price In eight, but
despfxe their eagerness to wager the
V odde become longer. -Thla condition la
. primarily due to th on decisive vie-
lory which jivison ecorva over unil,
"v but the Nelson sentiment la given great
- strength by the dissipating report that
" Brttt ha not only gone back a a re-
suit of the beating Cans gave him. but
. surfers rrom an ailment tnat will never
. again permit him to get Into condition.
Th ban la In splendid ahape and
looke aa tough aa a piece or whalebone.
: Brltt la also in grand form for the am-
. ellng mill. Both laid off today, content
ing themselves with a little road work.
; Indications are jor a Dig nous..
BRYAN APPLAUDS. l
Hamilton, Ohio, July to. W. J. Bryan
Said today be admires Senator Foraker'a
. answer to lane onallenge. He saya
. ForaJrer la sianaing on democratic
, ground, but he cannot agree with him
r' on l&O lann sunject. ... .
v ," tovb um
f Is out Of order. Tou go to bed In
' bad humor and get up with a bad taste
' In your mouth. Tou went something
" to stimulate your liver. - Just try Har
- vine th liver regulator, A nuitin
cur for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver complainta. Mrs. y v yort
Worth, 'iexaa, Trmea;
'Have nea xieroine in my ramily-for
rears. woraa can i excreee what I
Ihink about It- Everybody In mv hnuae.
held are happy and well, and we owe it
to Herhlne.". Bold by all drusglats.
Schilling's Best is in
packages lined with "air
tight" parchment, to keep;
t tin cans. . '
Tovr rrocer retarni Tour maort K yea iool
BkeMillllny't Bt; we mt him. i
WO.MEN DEPUTIES AND JANITOR
HAD THEIR TROUBLE IN VAIN
About a dosen of County Clark Fields'
women deputies, who are strongly In
sympathy with the Society for the Pre
vention of Cruelty to animals, have
been growing more Indignant dally at
the sight of a horse hitched to ft buggy,
standing In front of the courthouse
throughout the long, hot afternoons, and
adopted various expedients for to re
lief of the animal.
Recently while the horse stood with
the sun beating down on Its head the
alrls went down and turned It around.
But- yesterday afternoon when , they
tried again to relieve th hora they
were foiled. -
Home on had noticed that the horse
was never given any water and they
decided that It must bs thirsty from
standing ao long In the hot sun. Borne
one else suggested that they give the
horse a drink.
Th girl hurried around and found
th Janitor. They told him how awful
It waa for the poor horse to be so neg
lected. smiled at him and persuaded
him to get a bucket, fill It With water
and carry tt to the horse.
As the procession, headed by two girls
Showing the way, tne janitor carrying
the bucket of water and the remaining
flrls following closely behind; turned
he corner of the courthouse, filled with
Joy at the thought of the good deed
they were doing, they stopped Inamaae-
The horse was gone. While th girls
were hunting for the Janitor th man
who owns th horse wanted to go some
where, and drove away before the girls
and the Janitor arrived with th bucket
The Janitor threw the water on the
pavement and carried th bucket back
ROMANCE OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD
" WILL END IN MARRIAGE AT LAST
Mr. H. N. Stephens, ISO Vancouver
avenue, will leave today- for- Gilmer,
Texas, where she 1 to marry J. N.
Hopper, her childhood weetheart whom
ah haa not' seen for almost half a
century. "H will meet her on the way
and escort her to the town In Texas
that will hereafter be her home.
Mr si Steohens haa lived in Portland
for many years, having moved to thla
city from Philadelphia. Before going to
Philadelphia she lived In a JMtle town
In Illinois, where ah and Mr. Hopper,
who la now an old man, were children
They war separated whsn th civil
war broke out and hay not seen esch
other since that time. Recently they
learned of the whereabouta of each other
and the romance of half ft century was
Coroner So Finds in Case of
Girl Who Died in Doc-
. . ."..tor's . Office. v
Coroner Flnley, after making an In
-vestlgatlon of th sudden death of Jessie
Redfleld, ft l-yr-old girl from Hood
River, who succumbed yesterday after
noon In th offices of Dr. W. B. tiamu
ton. Mitt Williams avenue, following
the hvDodermlo In lection of a. email
quantity -of anti-dlphtheretlo aerum, la
satisfied that th young woman' demise
waa not In any way'cauaed by th ad
ministration of the an tl -toxin, but waa
due entirely to apaamodlo asthma.
Mies Redfleld. who had been a suf
fer from aathm. for a number of years,
came to thla city last wee a ana tooa u
nee residence wun ljt' ana ears. jb. .
Rossman. 10S0 Cleveland avenue. Tea-
terriav aftarnoon. aocomDanled by Mrs.
ntossman, she went to Dr. Hamilton'
office for an lnlectlon or in aerum.
which la being used with great aucceaa
In the treatment of bronchial asthma.
Within five minute arter tn injec
tion of the anti-toxin the young woman
Informed Mrs. Rossman that ahe felt
another attack of asthma ctfmlng on
and staggered to ft window. Bhe be
came unconscious within ft few minutes
and realising that the condition of his
patient waa serious. Dr. Hamilton called
Irs. Rossman, Haya, .-Brewster and
Ninhnla in nnanl ta tlon. Notwithstand
ing the effort of th pnyaiciana aeain
fw.nurr,ul in a. few minutes. '
Dr. Rossman In discussing th matter
thla morning declared that In hla opin
ion aeatn waa Que aoieiy to asinma, it
la a well known fact." Said the doctor,
that thara la -no avatematin erreci irora
antl-tnrln undeir II minutes. Tne) girl
waa alesed with aa attack of ftathma
within rlv minutes after ' the hvDO-
aermio injection, ana tne aerum oouia
not have had aufflclent time to act.
"The naMent waa In noor health, and
waa surraring rrom other ailment be
side asthma. ' Tha as ef ftntl-dlDhthe-
retlo serum in th treatment of asthma
la not in th exoerlmental ataa-e. bavin.
been extensively employed In the Unite
State xor over ft year, with great sue-
IN THE KITCHEN
aOTIr. which wa only pre venled" from
assuming serious proportions by tha
quick work of th fir department,
brok out In th kitchen of th Eastern
restaurant, tOH Sixth street, at 11:45
o'clock lest night and before th flames
were finally extinguished damage of
H.OOd had been entailed.
The bulldlna in which tha fire had
Its origin Is a two-story frame structure
oocupying ft quarter or a diock at the
northeaat corner of Blxth and Stark.
Th upper floor I conducted aa a room
lna- houae of C. N. Churchill and the
lower portion of the building la occupied
by merohanta In varioua line of trade.
The first started In th kitchen 'of the
restaurant and. spread . with great ra
C N. ChurchlH asatated by Patrol
men Kdgerton, Johnson and - Phillips
succeeded In arousing 10 slumbering
roomers and getting them to th street
without Injury. Tne fire spread to the
Manhattan Court roomlnr-house In the
Coleman building, but waa checked be-
tore aoing any great aamage.
Th store damaged, th loss and th
Owner are aa follow:
Man Sing, oriental goods and women s
wear, II Sixth atreet, 400; Canton ba
saar, 10 Sixth street, 11,760; Portland
Cutlery company, ! Sixth street, fl.
000; B. Wolfel, Jeweler, - fl Slxtg
street, 1500. .Th White Corner saloon.
M. J. Walsh CO.. and J. W. Curtis'
cigar Store were slightly damaged by
smoke and water. - Th damage to the
building Is thought to be In excess of
ii.ovu. au losses are luuy covered by
weuranc, . , , ,
FROM niS WIFE
(Jonraal Rperlal flerrlee.)
Kew'Tork. July ao. Eusen U Q.
roux. th millionaire mlneowner of Ne
vada and wife, who have been living
here, have parted. Tha wife la now liv
ing at Bretton Hall and the hueband
In hla old apartments In the Ansonle,
The nature of their difference la not
Known, uiroux sam today he contem
plated bringing suit for divorce.
FIRST WITNESS CALLED
IN MAOILL HEARING
; - (Jeerest Special Serrke.t
Clinton. III.. July 10. Postmaster
Devlfteon waa the. first witness before
he grand Jury this morning In the In
vestigation relative to Mr. MarlU's
eath. lie waa an Intimate friend of
he Magltl family -and believes no ln-
ictment win be returned arnuiat Ma
111. The prosecution aava Ita atrona--
eat evidence will be preeented this af
Having saved and nlanned for -rears
to buy a home, devote, now, ft little time
to studying th ad.
(Continued from Pag On a)
Dr. Guild Says Roosevelt Is
Afraid to Run for
cupanta were aware of their - danger.
They eecaped In varioua waya and many
attempts were extremely haxardoua t
The building la a four-story - brick,
owned by John O'Bhea. One of, the
lessee of the place had enraged two
men to fumigate th place today, and
they were at work when th flamea
brok out. It waa In on of th rooms
on th third floor that th fir la sup
posed to-have originated. - ;
name Upcast sTspKny.
' Th flame spread with great rapid
ity, and although amok and fir were
bursting through every door and window
those who were In th building were
not awar of their danger until fire
men began, to work putting out - the
The loss, it la aald, will approximate
between 14.000 and 4,000. which 1 aald
to be covered by insurance.
Slight damage were caused by water
in tne roiiowing places or business on
th ground floor: Edelbrau saloon. Hill
restaurant, Paclflo State Employment
office and Richard Flckan cale.-
tr 'Washington la th center' of" 1
terest for men today..
WANTS PRIZE FOR "M
HAVING SIX SDNS
fJoarssl SseeUI Barries.)
Washington, D. CX, July 10. A letter
reading as follows, . addressed to th
treasury department, waa received from
W. A. Kappermann of Hillmor, South
Dakota: -. - - -
"Having heard that any man having
six boy straight, la entitled to ft prise
of fl.foo, I aend my nam. Plea let
m know If It la so."
It seems that the South Dakota man
haa been misinformed a to th course
President Roosevelt haa taken to check
race suicide, no prise ilk, that referred
to having been hung up. Auditor An
drews sent the letter to Robert S. Per
son, auditor for th Interior department,
with tha Indorsement: " "Respectfully
referred to you, as - yon com from
South Dakota." Auditor Person In
tend transmitting tt to Secretary Loeb.
' III Washington I th center of In
terest for men today.
' , (Jeans! Special Service. .
Chicago, July 10. -Roosevelt wll) not
b ft presidential candidate again. He
,1 afraid t run: n amount of persua
sion on th part of hla friend will quel)
hi fear of the four-headed bugaboo
the loaa of th negro vote, labor antag
onism, capitalistic distrust and Bryan."
This statement waa made by i)r. W,
A. Guild of Doa Moines, coueln of Gov
ernor Guild of Masoachusett. Dr.
Guild la the author of aeveral medical
worka, la ft sociological lecturer and
wtll addrees the home' coming gathering
in the Bay state next month. .
ROitANTIC CAREER t, '
. , OF DEAD ACTRESS
(Jearaal I pedal Berrlce.)
Pittsburg, Pa., July 10. Whfl a
crowd of curiously morbid people stared
at th body of Helen Trowbridge,, th
actress ' who waa found dead In tha
Merchants' hotel Saturday afternoon,
a well dreaaed young stranger who left
th morgue before hla name could be
learned, told ft romantic story of hsr
career to deputy Coroner Dempaey.
Miss Trbwbrldc waa the daua-htar of
former Governor Bailey of Montana. ao-
ooraing 10 iui siory,. ana was impover
ished by the failure of the Batley e-'
tnte. Th stranger aald th girl mar-
,. but that her husband died ft few
, rm ago, ana ne aia not xnow nis
mo County authoritiee aent a tele
gram to G. F. Johnson of Chicago, and
received a repjy to hold th body pond
tog additional word.
v ALL CHARITY RATES
- .:-r(Jrsal Ipeelal anrleaj i ;.
i. . Chicago, July 10. All road la th
Western Passenger association, bar
anounoed their Intention of doing away
wfth all ' charity rate, and reduced
rates for lnmatea of state and national
home to and from, or through sta
tions In states having In affect th
t-cent passenger fare law. Th de
cision will become affective en August
1. Th roads, as rapidly aa poaslble,
are arranging things so that I cent
will- be the minimum aa well aa th
maximum rat charged. .
': (Joans! Bpertal Service.)
New fork. July 0. Th stat gov
ernment haa let ft contract to tha
States Steel corporation for transmis
sion towers which will bo ntillsed for
wireless service In Alaska. Th govern
ment intend to have ft chain of tower
erected along both th Atlantlo and Pa
clflo coasts . and the ' Gulf of Mexico.
They are to be 171 feet high, ,
NIP DYNAMITE PLOT
; . JUST IN NICK OF TIME
. ' I --. ' -.V
' 1 Oearaal flpeelat Serrlea.)
Odeiuft. July 10. By ft narrow mar
gin the authoritiee today nipped a plot
to dynamite a crowded politic! prison
here. The arrangementa were all com
pleted for firing " a mln which had
been laid Into the prison.
-A hundred persons would hav been
Large quantitlea of dynamit and ul
phur were found In several at th oella.
The plotter are now In solitary con
Free Scholarships for Boys and Girls in
' Leading Educational Institutions.
Sums of Cash Also to Be Distributed Among Industrious
: )' and Meritorious Students Who Participate in'
"' : - ; . The Journal Educational Contest. . '
8TDT5ENTI What are you going to do during -vacation T Hav "fra deeided what
school or college you will attend next yearT If not, how would a scholarship
"In on of the following excellent hools snlt youT ; "
nil Mllitftry load sear fox boys. Port
Two ' scholarshlpe: on scholarship
with board, room, tuition, laundry and
otner Heme, amounting ou. avnouier
scnoiaranip aa ft aepara.1 prise lor tui
tion, vaius iizo. .
m. SCarys InnMtrtt, Beavertea. Otev
m. One achoiarahln in academic- de
partment. Inoludlna lessons on any In
strument; also board, room, eto. . Value
1210. ; -
stall, day and boarding
school for girl and young ladiea. Port
land. Oregon. Two acholaxshlp, Includ
lna- noon meal
Whltaaaa Oollee-e. Wan Wall. WftsftCl
Bcnoiarenip .in tn-onaervaiory
Mualo, valu 100. .
Willamette TJalteialty. Salem. Oregon.
Two cholarshlpa. One in either college
or- preparatory . oeparimeni, yeiue o,
th other In th mualo department,
A alias Oollesr. Sallaa. Oroewft. Schol
arship In either academic or college de
partment, value (it to
Vortland Aeademy. xortiaiia. Oregon.
Day scholarship In either college or
academlo department. , good 'for on
year, valu alio.
atre. Walter rnssd. PortUaut. Oregon.
Teacher of voice and singing. Lea sons
to th value el iioo. -
Momflanvill - College, KoxCtsxtTlIle,
Oregon, Two scitolarshtps. On In
either seaosmi or coueae ovinntni.
value 160; one in th department of
music, value ISO.
raoino University. lorea1 mrtm, on-
gom. Two scholarships, one aay schol
arship In the academy or college, value
150. una scnoiaranip ior a gin wun
months' Instruction In music; board,
.. .1, M U.nlb 17-11 I1KA
rv'in, . . in in," . .
Valfla Oollae-e. aTewbere. Oregon. On
Scholarship In eitner coueg or aoaoemy
department for one school year, M0. ,
k. Man SCres. 4g Aide Btr- PorW
laad, Oregon. One scholarship good for
II Hours insrruciinn in ormwin. ou or
water eolnr alntlne or iMStsL
Kolmaa' Business College. PoTtlaaaU
Oregon. Four scholarshlpe; . one com
bined scholarship one year, value 100;
one academlo or civil servlc scholar
ship, one year, 1100: choice of either
commercial or shorthand scholarships,
six months, flO; night course, any de
Dertment. one Mr. tKO.
Hehake-W sixer Bnslnee Oolleg,
Portland, Oregon. Kour scholarships
for It months' combined enures, value
lion- one scholarship for I months' com
bined course, value tit:- one scholar
ship for months' course, value 170;
one scholarship for e monthe, either
shorthand or business couree, value 110.
Bake City Buslasss Coueg. Baker
City, Oregon, Bcholarehtp good for one
renr In shorthand, commercial, Ene
lah.- advnrtiaing and penmanship
conrees, value llue.
International Col reenodne SohooTs
of Mnranton, Pa. Portland agenoy 14
McKay Bldga.X V. Beed, manager. Two
aorrolaraliliia; cuolre of lluO tuition In
any of the numerntie or helpful
courae except languaae course, or
courses In locomotive running; another
scholarship In th gam to th vain of
International Conservatory of Wasta,
O, B. Bands, manager, Fecllo ooftat Oi
viaiom, yortlftftd, Oregon. Thre schol
arship; th winners to have their
choice of any of th fly different
courses taught by this conservatory;
namely, piano, organ, violin mandolin
and eniitar; scholarships include sheet
music, all '-struction and th stringed
Instrument If stringed Instrument
courses are selected.
Oregon Bzpert College, Fortlaad, Ore-
gon. On scholaarhlp In telegraphy and
typewriting, valu 7B. Another schol
arship In telegraphy, typewriting and
station service work, value 1100.
. roruang Business txiue-, roroaaa,
Oregon. A. P. Armstrong. - orlaoloeA
Pour scholarships, as follows:1 One for
II months In combined cOurs. value
$100; on for t month In oomblned
course, value fS5; on for montha in
oomninea course, vaiu vo: on ror
months In shorthand or buslnees course,
Boo City Business Coll eg, Portland,
Oiaguev. -wo ocholarshtpa, on com
bined course for one. school year, value
v; one e monma course in snortnana
or bookksenlnr. 160.
Capital Baalnaas College, Valem, Ore-
goa. una scnoiaranip, - gooa ror i
months' tuition in either department,
Oregon Conservatory of lfusla. Port-
lana, Oregon, courae in piano wltn in
struction under I H. Hurlburt-Bd-warda,
lnoludln- us of music, valu
Bugen Boslness College, Bugene Or
gom. . One scnnTarshlp In commercial or
stenorrapnic course, value iiuo.
now eaq vramau
ly ' of mtnale, Eloow
Art, W. BL Satmu,
, Oregon. One schnl-
prtaelpal, Portland, Orefoa.
arshlD In choice of vocal, t
mandolin, elocution, oratory and dram
atic art. value tlOO.
Xolm-maadra Wrlvate gohool, Bor
land, Oregon. One scholarship good ior
one year srveciai university prepara
tlon. one veara normal eoursa. or rirac-
tlcai kngllsh course for on and one
half years, valued at 1150.
Oregon lew College, Commonwealth
building, Portland, Oregon. Scholar
ship In the first two years of th course.
OUIeenle School ef Baoreastow. Bert-
laao, Oregon, private and class Instruc
tion to the value .of 123.
Albany College, Albany, Oregon. Tui
tion for one school year In either aca
demic: or college department. -
Pendleton Business College, Pendleton,
Orearon. Valu of scholarship $100.
Marion Ward Parnbaat. dreanatio
reader, teach of elocution, oratory sad
drametle art. Port lead, Oregon.. Schol
arship good for leaaona to value of 1200.
Colombia - Unlvenlty. Portlaad, a
scholarship providing ror tuition snd
dinners on school days during the
school year, commencing In September.
Pacific tralvereltr, Conoervatory of
ttnsio, Poreet Oroya, Oregon, Frank
Thomas Chapman, director. Two schol
srehlns, one valued at ISO, one valued at
1101. ill. In either vocal or Inatrumental
. W tell yon knowingly, that you may txpect to find her the greateat
show of excellent Tailored Dressea, Jacket, Silk Coata, etc, that you
hava ever seen. The gatnering is rich and exclusive, and emphatically'
reflecta leadership. The beat and moat critical dresser will recognige
Roberta Broa. aa the ideal place to aecure fashion, elegance and worthy '
qualidea at fair prices. Our reputation for great Value-Qiring ia sub
etantlated by the following: :,' .
- SILK PETTICOATS, 3.88.
Extfa heavy rustling taffeta Silk
Petticoats, in black and few staple
colors, with deep flounce, formed
of accordion plaiting and sectional
attached . ruffles, . finished with
bands; all silk underlay and dust
ruffle; worth $5.50; positively the
best values ever OQ AO
SPRINO AND SUMMER SUITS,
Eton and Jacket Suite of panama
and mixture, some are beautifully
braid . trimmed; an exceptionally
fine lot at lesa than cost of ma
terials', auita worth up to $19.50.'
TAILORED AND FANCY SILK
DRESSES, f T.60. :
Pretty checks, ' stfipea and plain
taffeui, aome are plain tailored;
others are handsomely trimmed
with . laces r regularly priced at
from $12.50 to PW KA
$160; special W..O 4 tOU
' HIGH-GRADE TAILORED
Dressy Etona of the finest import
ed worsteds in stripes, checka and
plain colors Pony and fitted jsck--
eta tn a variety ot seasonable
cloths and colorings in the lightest
weights;. $25.00 and $30.00 values.
Wednesday, at .. 017.50
-TT" DRESSING SACQUES, J.;-.;" -
Regular 35c to 50c values. These are made from
figured lawns and dimities, beautiful designs and
the colors are perfectly fast. Special .Ofija
for .Wednesday at LVt
: ! SHIRTWAISTS, 60s). .
Slightly soiled snd mussed from display lsc and
embroidery trimmed in , pretty designs in every
particular are aa good as the dsy they came into
tne nouse, except tn sngni soiling; iruiiii irora
$1.00 to J175. Wednesday, at the
special price, to ciose
NEARSILK PETTICOATS, fia3..;
These have to be aeen to appreciate their Intrinsic
i... w.j. ... .iU..L ....:it. -,...--1
value kiiuv t All . wiu, ui viava uceiiua 111. hi !
having deep double flounces, finished with small
ruffle, ahlrrlng,' irraps and underlay; good valve '
at $1.50 Special for .Wednet- 117
day at M.nei.i,,M.n,rmeiev,yleel
WASHABLE PETTICOATS, 58.- -.'-.
Seasonable garments for little . money. They are
made from plain chambrays in colors pmk. bine :
and gray, having deep flounce, finished .with one
half-inch straps and dust ruffle. On sale,. , ' CtJ.
Wednesday, while they last, at ....M...A.y JCe
. LONO KIMONOS, 88. ':" v ; f :
Exceptionally , good vslues at the price offer.
They are our regular $1.25 kind, made from extra
fine lawns, with- lsrge floral psttema, plain white -
borders and extra wide. - Tbeae are . priced very
low for Wednesday.
SUMMER DRESSES. tUO TO S5.00 VALUES FOR S1.98. '
The Shirtwaist Dresses are mae from best quality percale, neat figured deaigna, having- Jl 0
deep flounce, finished with embroidery insertion. Special, Wedneeday-at ...... ...... .., yleJO
B. z 6. Cor
eto 01.00 '
Especially , -
Made of fine
edging at top
boned with wire;
front hoae sup
porters; sises 18 ;
to 24. Price,
R. ft O. CORSETS ARB
Ilisscs' White :
, Canvas Oxfords
BlacKer cuC wide ribbon T laces.
Best $1.60 grade.
Eith'er one or two ' strap styles,
rici kid7hnd turned soIesL'lleg
nlar $1.80 grade.
' '," ,-. SPECIAL VALUES IN i.'
Bedopr eado, Towelo
; GREATLY UNDER VALUE. , ,
Here are just a few examples of the manv remarkable values to
be bad in our Domestic Department. A clean stock of flrat-claaa,
merchandise in all the various lines at prices far below what yon,
would have to pay for th same goods elsewhere.
Huck Towels at Set Of good quality, 13 by 28 inches, finished
with fast-colored borders; specially priced, per dozen...... &5
Each ...........i 6e
Huck Towels at 74 Finished with hem,. 15 by 27 inches, red
borders, aelvedge edge; apecially priced, per dosen ....'...?5e
Huck Towels at 10 Good large size, extra quality, 17 by 32
inchea, finished with red borders and selvedge edge; apecially
priced,. per dozen, fl.OO; each XOe
Hock Towels at 1$, 4 Extra Urge size, 15x34 inches, , all
white, one half linen, very absorbent; . apecially priced, per
dozen, fl.25; each ;...U8&
Huck Towels at 25f LinVn hemstitched Huck Towels, 20x33
inches, all white, superior wearing quality; apecially priced, per
dozen. 83.T5; each 5e
Bleached Sheets, 72 by 90 Inches, 65 Full bleached Sheets,
extra heavy quality, fine linen finish, 72x90. inches; .specially
priced for this sale at
Pillow Cases. 42 by 36 inches. lOf Pillow Cases, made ef rood
-quality muslin, 42 oy 36 inches;-extra good valu; each ..,,.10
Bleached Sheets, tl by 90 inchea, 70e Full Bleached Sheets,
superior wearing quality, fine linen finish, extra large size, 81 by
90 inches; specially priced at w.TO
Pillow Cases, 45. by 36 inches, 16 Pillow Cases 45 by 3d
inchest made of good, durable muslin, nice soft finish; special
valuea at, each .............,..... 16
Bedspreada at f 1.50 Full size, extra heavy white Bedspread,
hemmed all ready, to use, good assortment of Marseilles pat
terns to choose from. v . . .
Bedspreada at f 1.6ft Full aise white Bedspreads, finished with
deep knotted fringe, cut corner, attractive new design; great,
valuea at thia price.
Bedspreada at f 2.50 Satin cameo white Bedspreada, full arse
for double beds, finished with neat hem, all handsome new de
signs; extra good valuea at thia price. . . . ..
Bath Towela at 11 Full Bleached Bath Towels, j 13 by 40
inches, good weight, fringed ends; fully worth 15c; special. .11
Bath Towels at 21e Full Bleached Bath Towela, 24 by 50
inchea. extra heavy; our leader at 25c each; special price... 21
Of best Tic! kid, straight lace and
blacber cut, $2.00 value." '' ""
V Canvas Oxfords
Extra good values, large eyelets.
Regular $2.00 graded I ' ":t
ish Dpgdo Goodo
Of all the splendid Dress Goods bargain opportunities we ever
offered this is one of the very best, if Indeed, not the best Thst
certainly means news extraordinary for the women of tact and
forethought those who appreciate good bargains, the kind that
offer money-saving opportunities without causing a deteriora
tion in the high quality of the goods offered. This is a sale
of our summer novelties and staple fabrica used all the year
round. The deep price cutting that has been going on maVea if
decidedly to your advantage to supply future as well aa present
needs during this sale, even if it be to buy . and lay away for
maxing up next spring. inc
town novelties, Wovelt
Vigerean Suitings and
every known color and weave,
65 VaIue--Sale Prjce Wednesday 33
85 Values Sale Price Wednesday ..,".43
fl.25 Values Sale Price Wednesday .!e3
fl.50 Values Sale Price Wednesday ..T5
fl.TS Values Sale Price Wednesday .8S
, w i uuy .ana ij away ior
ig. The assortment comprises James
ty Panamas, French Melanges, Novelty
fine imported ailk and wool novelties
Children's Whits Canvas Shoes Hand-turned .
' solesi -regular $1.00 values, f ; .
Children's Black Kid Oxforde-l-IIand-made; ex
tra good quality leather. - Regular 75c quality.
A C'll or;
Worr.rti'e White Canvas Onfor 'i ir- .
hanl-turnd soles; tip or plain t"r; ! .
Vo- en's Ehck Kid Cx'.ot- '
s-i!e; patent leather iliy; i ' ' ' v