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THE . OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 1, 1807.
HAD; HARD TRIP
GUT BUILT BOAT
Workmen Eeturn From Cop
per Elver After Launch
I ing New Steamer
Shipped hence in f
; - KNOCK-DOWN SHAPE
;TUIlra CUno,', Foreman, Telia of
How Digging Had to Be Made
In Enow to Find River Channel
; and Bank.
,"? Th trn wheel taanier Chlttvna,
.Which wu sent to Valdaa last spring.
, from thla city ta knock down form. Is
uccsssfully plylnc th upper Copper
river, Alaska, and thereby alTea to the
Oregon tnearopolla the distinction of
... having built the f lrat boat oyer to churn
the waters of the northern river In the
'Interest of commerce and development
, Tf4hlttyna made bar first run' July
jwi.a nar wniaus rsvsroeraisa inrougn
V the glaciers .and. hills for many hours
on the rirst day 1n honor of the epoch
. nsrking event. . ,
. , The report of how the steamer was
'.taken north, hauled over -the snow Into
, . the Interior abovs tha falls' and "then
..reconstructed and launched was brought
here by William Cline and the force of
. boatbullders sent north In April by
Joseph Supple-to put the steamer to
.. aether and Install the machinery. They
have lust returned after a most exciting
experience and no end of hardships,
.although they now say they would not
have missed the trip for snything.
. we went north from the sound on
the steamer Bant Clara," said Mr. Cllne
nis morninc ln speaking of the trip,
'and reached Valdes at the mouth of
Copper river the latter part of April.
The snow was still about 10 feet dep
In the mountains and considerable diffi
culty had been encountered la getting
the boat which had been aent up ahead
over the mountains to the river, about
JO mllea Inland, back of the rapids that
, block an open channel to the sea. We
: took a great deal of truck with us, how.
ever, and hence had no easy snap get
ting to our destination. Then came the
; . task of finding a suitable place where
- to reconstruct the oraft. The river waa
.. burled beneath cover -of snow from
- four to eight feet deep and a coating of
toe of about the same thickness. It be
came necessary to cut through theee
- layers to aa certain the depth of the
water end to locate the rlvar bunk. That
part of the w6rk took several days. We
then had to cut cotton wood treee -for
the ways upon which the craft waa to
rest while being built.
"To say that we were pleased to find,
when the snow melted, that the weye
had been built la the most deetreble
spot Is putting It mildly for we had been
working In the dark. The snow And Ice
went out and left 'th Cblttyna In a
fine position on the bank from which
he could easily be launched. And the
launching was a complete success. The
machinery which had also been brought
up from Portland In pieces, waa In
stalled without a bitch and worked well
from the start.
-The greateet source of trouble were
the terrible moequltos that came out
when the snow disappeared. They were
big ss bears and more vicious. The pest
compelled us to wear nettings over our
faces end gloves continually. For a
while we slept in caves dug out' In the
"The trip ' back to Valdes was much
more strenuous than going in, becauae
we had to ford a number of swollen
streams coming down from the glaciers.
More than onoe did we have narrow
escapes from being swept away to death
ln ,". rlna- currente. The country waa
full of game."
'Mr. Bupple has received a letter from
D. H. Harris, manager of the Kattalla
company, for whioh the Chlttyna waa
bu.Jt to carry material for the railroad
to be conetructed Into the Interior, the
eplsUe stating that the boat was doing
fine, drawing little water and making
good time even In shallower water than
expected. Mr. Bupple has aent about
to knock down boats to Alaska, since the
gold rush eomminiwl Manw rf in
AL WILLIAMS DEAD.
Electrician on Fire boat Passes Away
. " ' at Home. ' . . ' ' ' i
Heart disease caueeA the mth at a
O'clock this morning of A. E. .-Williams.
electrician on 'the rireboat George -H.
Williams. He exolred at hi noma. 1071
Williams avenue. In the presence of his
wife. Funeral arrangements have not
yet been completed. . .
Deceased was a pioneer electrician
and ateamboat engineer of thla part of
the world. Ha was OS years of age, and
had followed steamboatlng for many
years on the rivers here. He earned the
distinction of ancasins- the first boiler
here in asbestos severing and Installed
the machinery on the flret steamer on
Snake river. He haa been employed on
th flreboat for the peat two yeara, and
prior to that time waa connected with
en gin eompany N t and hos company
No, J. .
the same dimensions as the old itmmr , Bsraot, Br. bk
of that name and the upper works or me Kiara. uer. ah.
old craft wul be moved onto tne new
hull. With this exception everything
will be new.
The stern wheel steamer 1eona waa
hauled out on the ways .yesterday at
Bupple's for a complete overhauling.
Bhe haa been lying Idle for many
months since taken off the Lewis river
route and as yet no announcement has
been made aa to what disposition wiU
eventually be mad of her.
SUPPLE GETS CONTRACT.'
Will Rebuild Steamer - Mascot
. . Jacob Karnm,. - ,
Cad tain Jacob Kamm todav let a mn.
tract to Joseph Bupple for the con
struction of a new, hull and machinery
for the steamer Ms soot that for year
has been plying between this elty and
points on the Lewis river. Th boat 1
to be ready in 00 days. In time for the
crops that are to come In. In ithe
meantime th rout is covered by th
The new Masoot will b practically of
MARINE IXTEIXIGKXCE ,
Begmla liner Dm to Arrive.
Johan Poulaan, Ban Francisco. . .Aug." I
Breakwater, Coos Bay August I
Costa Rica, Ban Francisco. .. .August
Alliance. Coos Bay ..
O. W. Elder. Ben Pedro and wayAug. 1.
Redondo. Seattle I
R. D. Inman, Ban Francisco. .. .Aug. 11
Roanoke. Ban Pedro and way ....Aug. It
Numantla, orient. August It
Arabia, orient .Bept. J
Aleala, Oer. ss. .. t... ......... .Bept IS
Nlcomedla orient October 1
Begnlar XJasr to Depart.
Roanoke, Ban Pedro and way Aug. t
Allien oe. Coos Bay August I
Redondo, Beattle and way Auguat 4
Nlcomedla. orient August I
Breakwater, Coos Bay ........Aug. I
O W. Elder. Ban Pedro and way.. Aug, 7
Johan Poulsen. Ban Francisco.... Aug. I
Costa Rica, Ban Francisco ....Aug. t
R. Inman, Ban Franolsco... .Aug. 1
Numantla, orient Auguet ft
Arabia, orient........ .... .September 11
Aleala, orient........ .....Bept. IS
- -.. Tessels tm ort,
Henrlk Ibsen, Nor. atr ......... .Alb Ins
Tola Br, sh Elevetor dock
Chehalls, Am. bktn .Knappton
Maori King. Br. ss.Est. Wsst. Lbr. Co.
A 1 vena. Am. sch...... Westport
Dalgonar. Br. sh. ...... .Columbia No. 1
Mathilda, Nor. ss..... Portland I.br. Co.
Alumna, Am. sch.... .....Drydnrk
Bee. Am. sch . . . . Willamette I, ft. Wks
Transit. Am. schr..... Astoria
Virginia, Am. echr.... ........ Bt. Helens
Irene. Am. schr..., ............. Astorlfc
Thyra, Nor. str ' Llnnton
I.yre, Am. str. North Pacino Liiuuer to.,
Nlcomedla, Or. as.,.. ......Alaska
Excelsior. Am. as... .Portland 'Lbr. Co.
James Rolph, Am. sch Wsstport
Roanoke. Am. Btr. Martin'a dock
Redondo. Am. atr ......Couch st
- ajnb Carrie Ba moat.
Aurella. Am. atr.. ..Ui.. .Ban Franoleco
Casco, Am. str. . .Ban Francisco
Jim Butler, Am. str....... Ban Francisco
R. D. Inman. Am. atr Ban Francisco
Thomas L. Wand, Am. str. San Francisco
Coaster, Am. str Baa Francisco
Burls M. Plummer, Am. sch. . .Ouaymas
Wasp, A m. str ........... Ban Francl sco
Northland, Am. str. ......Ban Francisco
King Cyrus, Am. echr,... Ban Krenjetaco
BeuTah, Am. sch. Ban Francisco
AmerlcanaAm. sch. .Ban Pedro
Johan Poulsen, Am. atr... Ban Francisco
Melvlll Dollar, Am.' str. ...... Tscoma
a Bonta With Cement and QenezeX
Buocleuch. Br. ah.... i. ...... .Hamburg
Brenn, Fr. bk Hull
Conway Castle, Br. bk......... Antwerp
Europe, Br. bk. .Antwerp
Oenevleve Mollnos, Fr. bk., .... .. London
Rene Kervller, Fr. ah, Hamburg
Laennec. Fr. h.. .... ,;VJ. .... .Swansea
Le Filler. Fr. bk London
Martha Roux, Fr. bk..,.. Hambur
Mozambique, Br. ah Newcastle.
. - T ynrl 1 1 n
Tiilere. Kr. sh Newcaeile, K.
lnoennas, Kr. bk... , .. .Glaxow
M.r0.h',.,, Turrene, Fr. bk. ,. .Hamburg
llle de Mulhouae. Fr. bk Antwerp
Ou.thary. Fr. bk.. .Antwerp
P lerrl Lotl. Fr. bk Antwerp
Walden Abbey, br. sh Antwerp
S1?,",lln' !' " Antwerp
VerealUee. Fr. bk.i .Lelth
General de Boledeffre. Fr. bk ..London
general de Negrlsr, Fr. bk. .... .London
P?ard- Tr, hk Antwerp
vin. am UiJorFr. bk Antwerp
aiiuv wans, a r. Da.
"w iiuniun aaarenii. it. dx....
, t.. Newcastle, A.
V.!f.Trdon Br- ..Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott, Am. bk.i...A. Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh Newcastle. A.
S'mM'" 6Jl Newceetle, A.
Crlllon, Ft. bk ..Newcaatle, A.
Ardencralg, Br. bk.. ..... .Newcaatle, A.
F.ugene Schneider, Fr. bk.Newcaetle, A.
St Louis, Fr. sh.. Newcastle, A.
Buffoo, Fr. bk ...Newcaatls, A.
S'SL'S. RSPk Br- ,h- Sydney,' A.
Redhlll. Br. sa Newcastle, A.
Knight Templar. Br. se... Newcastle, A
Tramp team era Ba Boat.
Queen Alexandra, Br. atr Madras
Strathneaa, Br. atr.... Port Los Angeles
i-va. Oer. ss. Hakodate, Japan
ALOXO THE WATERFRONT
Th steamer Redondo, Cafltaln Bende
gard, arrived from Beattle thla after
noon with a cargo of lime and coal. Bhe
will ba at Couch atreet dock and will
aail for Puget sound Bunday sight at
Th steamer Melville Dollar, which
took a cargo of railroad ties from this
city to Mexico a short time ago, is un
der charter to carry lumber or tie from
this port to Ban Franolsco soon.
Six per cent relneurance la quotsd dn
the Oerman ship Slam, 18S days out for
this port from Europe. Bhe brlnss ce
ment to Meyer Wilson Co.
.xnw LninH iHwnrg on ins uerman
steamer Nlcomedla tried to dlapoee of a
large ruby yeaterday, and It was confis
cated by th c customs officials. The
jewel wss on of ths kind known as "re
constructed." made up of chips recut.
Portland s shipments of bresdstuffs
for the month of July by water were
2,7)1 bushels of wheat and M7f bar
rels of flour. Th combined Puget
sound ports shipped only lt,0l bushels
of wheat and '171,121 barrels of flour.
A message to ths Merchants' Ex
change this afternoon says that ths
lumbsr laden schooner Olendale from
this - port reached Ban Francisco this
The Badge of Honesty
Is on gvery wrapper of Doctor Plerce'i
Golden Medical Discovery because a tail
Use of the Ingredient composing li is
printed ther ln plain English. Forty
years of siperleno has proven It superior
worth as a ' ood purtier and ln vigor V
log tonic for h cur of stomach disorder!
and all llvar Ills. It build ap th run
down system as no other tonl an In
which alcohol It used. Th actfv medic
inal Diinclplet of naUv rooU such a
1 Golden Seal and Quesn'o root,Pton and
Mandrake root, Blood root and .Black
Cherry bark ars attracted and preserved
by the use of chemically pur, triple
refined glycerine. Send to Dr. R. V. Plerr
at Buffalo, N. YH for fr booklat which
quotes extracts from well-reoognlsed med
ical authorities ouch as Drs. Ranhnlow,
King. Scudder1, Coe, Elllngwood and . a
hoot of others; showing that the root
can ba dapendad upoa for their curatlv
action It all weak outeg of th ttomach.
y Indlgootloa or dyopapola
1 btlloui of Mvr complaint
wasting dlMsses wher there
eih and gradual rnnnlnf down
trerifth and oyitea.
The'Qoldfn Medical DlrTverT,ri)afe
rjcn. uu re blood and so Invlyorstcs tr.q
reguIat- TriH-sUnnacllvrr and h.nte:a.
and, throiigh Vtfm- the whole sviu-m.
Thus all skin affections, blotch, pimple
and eruption as wall as scrofaloai swel
ling and old open rnnnlnf sore or nloen
ar cured and healed. In treating -old
runnjng sores, or ulcers, IS to wU to In
sure their healing to apply to thm Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve. If your drag
gtst don't happen to hava this Salvo to
stock, send fifty-four cents In potag
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Rotel
arid Surgical Institute, Buffalo. K. and
a large box of th All-Healing Salv"
will reach vou by return post. - ,
You cant afford to accept a secret no-
L tram a a substitute for tin non-alcoholic,
medicine or kkowbt ooMPoarno?, not
even though the urgent dealer may
thereby male a llttl bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet rogulat
and Invigorate stomach, llvar and bowels.
Sugar-coated, Uny granutes, easy to tak
Astoria. Aug. 1 Arrived down at II
m. Steamer Asuncion. -
Astoria, Aug. 1. Arrived at 1:10 p.
. Umatilla- Jlghtahl-Nor-fO. Arrived
at t:lS and left up at 1:30 p. m.
Steamer Redondo, from Beattle.
Ban Francisco. Aug. 1. Balled at l.to
m. Steamer Johan Poulsen, for Port
it I t, m.r-obsoured; wind, southeast.
1. Condition of th bar
: TUTS -TL. TTD A Jt '
' : vtl ILIVUWUU YUU 11IUL
come from . I
11 miles: westher. eloudv.
Tides at Astoria today High water
:42 a.m., . feet; 4:01 p. m., S.O feet.
Low water 0:tl a. m l.S feet; 0.4S p.
m., 2.2 feet.'
Ban Francisco. - Aug. 1. Arrived
ohooner Olendale, from Portland. -
t FROM THE MEADOWS
Special DUpatch in Tas JoeraL
Seattle, Aug. -1. The gentle grafter
haa been making the rounds of Seattle
physicians ths last fsw days. . HI
name is Cohen. He haa a aick brother
at Ban Francisco and la seeking the ad
vice of the particular physician in nana,
a "an eminent specialist." At ths
Meadow he haa a string of horses, 'and
because he I a good fellow he 1 willing
to tip the doctor to a good thing. Ha
Is willlnr to accent 130 or so from the
doctor which he will put on one of
nis own norses at to x ana Dnng dsck
the ISO profit and the original double
eagle to th physician.
Some Beattle physician never mis
a good thing. They have bitten. Ttiey
have also been bitten, for the man with
th aick brother never come back.'
REPORT ON SCHOOLS
OF CROOK COUNTY
.-'. '."""'.'. i'
(Special Dispatch to The Joe real.)
t Salem, Or. Aug. 1. Th report of the
school superintendent of Crook county,
transmitted to th office of the stats
superintendent, shows th following:
Children of school age, 4 to 20 yeara,
male 1,022., female 1,112, total 2,126;
number not attending any school, male
102, female ISO, total 471; number of
teacher, male 11, female IT, total IS;
number of teachera taking aome educa
tional Journal, 47; total days attendance,
12S.2SS; number of organised districts,
62; number having right to vote on
school matters.-1.62: - achoolhouaea in
th county, 60; schoolhouseo built dur
ing past year, 4. . .
Try the cKange. r Vtir ; : .:'.. ;;. ' ,
You will feel "fit as a lord" in a week's time by breakfastinigf on Grape-Nuts and
cream; a little fruit, a soft boiled egg, some nice, crisp toast, and a cup of well-made
H. youe Ver. try. this experiment, youwilLalways-bless "the day you woke up.
here's a reason why GrapeNuts fooJTurnishes power to body and brain. It
V Is made of selected 'parts of the field grain s that furnish phosphate of potash in a nat--
ural state that can be assimilated by the human body. This joins' with the albumen of
food and forms the gray matter of the brain and nerve centers.
j Feed, skilfully . and you can "do things." .!'-? ; .
: The greates't, brain workers eat Grape-Nuts. ' ' ;
; - Ask one or two, they'll tell you. v ;r r ; . ; z5;. .'
I . You meat eaters who are ailing in an y sort of way should take the hint. V '
). A prominent authority says: v . ,t , . ' ' ."
: ! "There la no doubt of the fact that meat-eating is not essential to human life, and that men can be well
nourished without : resorting to a flesh diet. ' ,
"l think the statement may be accepted without question that, as a rule, we eat too much, not only of
meat, but of all forms of food. The question of limiting the diet is based primarily not on the principle Of econ
t omy, but on the requirements bf hygiene. ' . ' ' '. -.
"At the early breakfasttwhich Americans are wont to indulge in, that Is, a hearty meal before going to
"j their daily work, the omission of meat is to be earnestly advised. . .' .; f ' '
i - - "I ! w' known that men who are nourished very extensively on certain cereals are capable ; of the
hardest and most enduring 1a0r?jr"f ' - 7" -
. ; You can depend on the energy from Grape-Nuts ..longer, than Jrom any meal of
"There's a Reason" for . , . .
.. . Made at pure food factories of the Pos turn Co., Battle Creek, Michigan. Read "The
Road to Wellville," in pkgs, ' ' : . ' ;
RUNNING RACES AT -OREGON'STATE
(Special Dtosetek e The osrssl)
races at th greater Oregon stat fair,
Beptember II to tl, which will b th
moat exciting ever contested oa th
Pacific coast, hav bean well exploited,
but many persons ar Inquiring about
th- running -event; No- definite -decision
h been reached. Th matter lie
with th horeemen themselves. ,
It la a fact that running races ar
most profitable to the horsemen them
selves when-pulled '-off -in conjunction
with th betting ring. This year no
betting of any kind will be allowed at
Mhe fair, at least the spectator will
have th Immense satisfaction of know
ing that th best borss will win In each
W. T. Matlock of Pendleton, a mem
ber of the atate fair board, and chair
man of -th - committee on speed, will
make a trip to Seattle, where a big run
ning meet ta being held at the Meadowa
track, to ascertain ths disposition of th
horsemen there. At all events, the class
of running race at Lone Oak track this
fail will be high, and all contests will
be for blood, and not for the Interests
of any racetrack gamblers.
OF OLD HOME WEEK
. (Joernel Special Sanies.)
Boston, Mas., Aug.' 1. Thla, th fifth
day of Boston's Old Horn Week cele
bration, was designated aa "Massa
chusetts day," with th governor of
neighboring states and ths mayor and
Other representatives of th cities of
Massachusetts a ths special guests.
Th feature of th program during th
morning and afternoon Included a fleh
erraen'a racs off Boston light for th
Blr Thomas Upton challenge cup, an
open-air horse show and races at the
Charles river speedway, an automobile
parade and a reunion and outing of old-
tun oaseoau piayers. .
MANY RACKET MEN IN
(Spedat Dispatch to The Jeanst,
- Vancouver, Wash., Aug. 1. All Inter
ested In th gam of lawn .tenni ar
looking forward to th international and
open tournament to be held In Va.
couvsr on th ground of th Vancouver
Lawn Tsnnla club th week commenc
ing August 11
The International tournament la re
stricted to two entries In singles and
on in double from each ctob In the
association. Th club affiliated ar th
Vancouver Lawn Tennis club, .Van
couver; Victoria Lwn Tennis club, Vic
toria; Beattle Tennis club, Beattle; Ta
eoraa Lawn Tennis club, Tscoma; Mult
nomah Amateur Athletle club and Irv
lngton lan Tennis club, ..Portland;
Jamu Bay Athletle club, Victoria;
Bpokan Country club, 8pokane; Olym-
61a Lawn Tennis club, Olympla, and
verett Lawn Tennis club, Everett, and
IV la expected that each club will Sand
US full repressntatlon.
'In addition to the International, th
Vancouver Lawn Tennis club will, at
th same time, hold Its annual opsn
tournament, open to any one who may
dealre to enter. All competitors In the
international will, no doubt, also enter
ln the i open tournament, and from
preeent , Indications . .'; th outside
entry will . be, large.. Already play
er from Penneylvanla, .. California,
Washington and -Oregon hav signified
their intention of entering, and an ex
tensive entry is also axpected from Brit
ish Columbia point a Vancouver is In
deed favored In being ehoaen a th
vantage ground of what will undoubt
edly be th finest exhibition of the
(am ever seen on the Pacific coast,
he following ar th rules and regu
lations governing th open tournament:
In th gentlemen's singles, . cham-
rlonahlp of Mainland, U. C. th winner
akes first prise and 1 entitled to hold
the challenge cup for one year. Th
cup must be won three years In suc
cession to become the property of any
holder. B. P. Bchwengera of Victoria
I th preeeot holder..
' . ".
Egan's Home Itari Wins Game.
(Jearaal Special Berries.)
Ban Francisco, Aug. I. Truck Eagan'a
home run In the seventh won yssterday'a
game lor uaaiano.' score: .
R. H. B.
Oakland ! 0 I
Ban Francisco. S001 t 1 1
Batteries Cates and Bliss i Jonsa and
Street. Umpire Perrlne. .
. dojtt aa B&trm
and lose all. Interest when help I within
reach, Herbtne will make that liver
perform- Its duties properly. J. B.
Vaughn, Elba, Ala., writes: "Being a
constant sufferer from constipation and
a disordered liver, I have found Herblne
to be th best medicine, for these trou
bles, ' on th market.. I have used It
constantly. I believe It to ber th best
medicine of it kind, and I wish ail
sufferere from theee trouble to know
th good Herblne haa don m. Bold by
; ". aTgll, VO.CK- V'
August Victor Records
!I0W on SALE
A Hat of wonders I Records you must hear, reo.
ords that every Victor enthusiast ought to ibe familiar
with.' ;' : ; .v -S.- , - ,
Demonstrations all day today and tomorrow;
come in and hearthem hear Alice Nielsen and" Con
stantino in their great idividual records and in their
duets hear the three new Homer records, the new
Gogorza recotd and the Homer and Abott duet ( hear '
May Irwin in. her. four new records, and any of the
rest of fhe-52 hew August numbers.
Remember, Victor, records can be used on any
disk-playing machineand remember also that we
have little books, which we give away, . containing
pictures of the artists and descriptions of the records. .
You should receive one of these every month ; If you
don't, then send us your name . ',
LITTLE PINS - FREE Every lady, or gentle-
"s n .O
man calling this week will be given a little Victor pin
containing a reproduction of the Victor dog. ; Quite
a clever novelty, well worth having. .
Among these August records are: . ' . . ' -y
Six Records by Arthur Pryor's Band (
A New Victor Orchestra Record - :y;r-:
; A Cornet Solo by Emil Keneke
- A Whistling Solo by Alic Shaw
"A Violin and Cornet-Duet by iyAlniajne-KeTieke"-
A Bell Solo by Chria Chapman ?
Three Rec6rds by Alice Lloyd, the English Comedienne
, Four New May Irwin Recorda
A Duet by Stanley and Macdonough .
A Duet by Collins and Harlan
A Duet by Miss Jones and Mr. Murray
i, f j " Two New Haydn Quartet Recorda
A. Tenor Solo by Harry Macdonough .;
Nine New Red Seal Records by Nielsen and Constantino
Three New-Homer Red Seals ' ' ,
' , ! .Two Witherspoon (basso) Recorda
A Duet by Homer and Abort A Magnificent Gogorza Record
STEINWAY PIANOS VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
CORNER SIXTH AND MORRISON STREETS
STORE-CLOSED ALL- DAY FRIDAY
lO Experienced Clothing Salesmen II 4 Shoe Salesmen
6 Furnishing Goods Salesmen 4 Hat Salesmen
Apply this Evonlnjgr or Before 12 A. AT. Tomorrow at
Third and Burriside Streets
Worth of the finest grades of Men's and Young Men's
Clothipg, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes will bs
;: sacrificed at 33V3 Per Cent of Retail Vduo
Sale Beflins Salnrday, Aurj. 3rd, 7:S3 L V
The greatest sacrifice of FIe Oood that America ha ever t -1
See Friday Papers V v v Sec Friday I