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nns or.:ico:i daily journal; Portland, Thursday evening, august i. iscr.
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Sale of Wash Goods, Shoi;t Lengths
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Owing to' the unprecedented sale of Wash Goods during the week, a great number o! abort
lengths are left on the counters. Remember that only the most popular patterns become rem
nants and you will appreciate the prcttiness of the designs. Lengths from 2yj to 12
yards. Positively no lengths cut at this bargain price. Regular 80c, 60c and 75c
Wash uoods, yoaay bargain JJay
00 WhiteLinen Skirts $1.P8
This is the most remarkable bargain sale of Skirts we have ever
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been able to announce to the public. Our garment buyer in New
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York closed out the surplus line of the foremost maker of high
grade Skirts in this country regular $4.00 to $7.50 values; To
these we added the balance of our regular stock, making a special
lot of 255 Skirts. Made of pure linen and union linen, cut with the
broad and generous fullness characteristic "of high-grade garments;
plain gored, flared and plaited styles. The entire assortment has
been divided into two lots to(l QQ ;i y (tj ft
sold regardless of former prices?-- Q dllll tyJQ J
SEE WINDOW DISPtAYP-NONE SENT-ON-APPROVAL;
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Z Men's Hosiery
This great special sale of the
wellest styles in Men's Half
Hose embraces an entire sam
ple line of the newest 1907 pat
terns of a great New York im-
porter. His entire line of sam
ples, regardless of former
price, goes on sale at this
one low price,1 including
maco and liste, in all solid
colors, black, ..' plaids,
stripes, novelty . designs.
embroidered figures, etc; our extraordi- i
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nary sale price, only ..v
Salfe Auto Veils
$1.00 Vals. 67c
Auto 'Veils, 3 yards long, ll-inch hem
stitch, in black, white, blue, pink, lavender,,
red, green, . brown, etc. Extremely stylish
and popular for hat - drapes rTZ 7
regular $1.00 values ....... U C
Lawn Goat Collars
Reg; 35c Value 15c
Ladies' Lawn Coat Collars, with 'medallion
ends.' all new this seascft and very stylish
-and efftctivr Sold-regtilaf ryiat 85cr-pe-
ciai ior r riaay saie .-a i"
300 Men's Fancy ests
300 Men's; Fancy Vests,' made of fine Oxfords.
.mercerized cloths and piques, in a great vari-
ety of patterns, stripes, neat figures, checks
and plaids.' Regular values $2.50 ' M y r
and $3.00 each, Sals price, only . .P Xw
The greatest Vest bargain you will ever obtain.
The kind we bare sold by thousands at much higher
prices,, V ..'.-.
50c Supporters 23c
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Sale of Military. Pad Straight Front
Hos Supporters,' stf&ng and substantial,-
in black,- white, pink,- blue, red.
The kind you have always bought for
50c; Friday ' 02r
Bargain Day ........ CiOK
25c Hairpins at 18c
' Box of extra quality bone Hair' Pins,
yi dosen in box, regular 1 Op
Z5c value for .....IOC
iOc Linen Scarfs and
Squares, Spec'l 25c
Great Friday . sale " of hemstitched
linen Scarfs and Squares. Scarfs are
"18x507 inches, ' squares' 30x30 inches; T
regular 50c values. , - O C r
rccial ............. '. . ....... & J V
Dg Specials J
S0ttflurr or Milk. Owl cut rate. lt...28)
2 So Ve table Worm Byrup, Owl '
cut rata . . .-. . ...... .104
25 Welch's Grape Juice 21c
t. A25c Violet Ammonia. . 16c
50c Cal. Syrup of Figs 39c
IBo Pun Cholera Cur. 0t cut rata..l94
I6o Henderaoo'a Kidney and Back
ache Pllla ....1T
J So Ant Food,-Owl-ut-rmt .i.-.i'., .,141
25e Mandrake Ftlla, Owl eut rate. . -
TWO lor K 4
too Cream of Tartar, lb Owl cut rate 33
fl.00 Iron Tonle BUUra. Owl cat rata K&w
25c HenderaVa Dyspep' Taba 1J4
1 25c Asceptiae, Dr. Lister's fla 14
1 35c Boraio for the bath. .....184
25c Henderson's Eye Water.. 19
ll.iS Henderson's Byrup of Hype- C
50o Peroxide of Hrdroran. Owl - .
cut rata ,.......29e
$1.50-$1.75 Values 78c
Choice of 300 White Lawn Waists, in a number of
pleasing styles ; some with plain , embroidered fronts,
some with panels of embroidery and tucking, some ;
'tailor-made style with plaited fronts.' Also popular
Marie Antoinette waists with plaited fronts, tucked
backs, three-quarter sleevesTIacc trimmed
collars and cuffs. Regular $1.50 and
$1.75 values .......I... ...... .... . .
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ShtMm5ribs, Values to $3for$t.lP
Daintiest washable summer style of Wom-n's Short Kimonos, Nightingales and
Dressing Sacques. made of plain white lawn, fancy figured and dotted Swiss or lawns.
All newest styles, made with or without collar, belt, long or short sleeves, low or high
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ana JJUtcn necK, preiuiy mrnmru ; sizes to .
I Sold reeularlv to S3.00. . Biggest kimono value of
the year at, only
iit newest sryics,
SHEEIFP CAN 'CLOSE 7'
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would win the raoe. la the mile and
yard which the horses ran X B. Smith
lJd not have a call and then the bettor
.. called that particular horse a hound.
But he waa not the only man at the
MUwaukle club yesterday to loae money
' on the horse races. Thar were between
. 40 and EO visiters In the clubhouse who
' paid close attention to the entries.
Snatched the betting- odds, looked up the
7TWt performances of the horaea In the
theaAes of the bettlnc-room and all
of them played and paid, for very few
. .h4 in thalr tlekata. ' '
. l Fortlaad Bad of. Btaaor.
- The betting on the horae races -wa
r greatly supplemented by. the downtown
gamblera These men live In Portland
and place their beta at various saloons
- and cigar stores, the proprietors of
which telephone them out .to MUwaukle,
' These downtown places are nothing
,eaa than handbooks and the proprietors
are liable to fines and imprisonment, the
- earns as the pool sellers at kfllwaukle.
The arrangements for pool selling at
i the MUwaukle club are on a oar with
" any of the eastern clubs and accommo-
- dauons are proviaea i or in emae ana
, comfort of the bettors. Two windows
, are maintained, for taking, bats, while
another Is employed by the cashier to
pay the winners. This laat window waa
ine one uvwu wi u.,
, To the right -of the poll-sellers, and
raised upon an elevated platform, sat. a
J telegraph operator, receiving reports of
t the races as iney were Demg run on at
Beanie ana Din.- -as tie norses lined
' up at the wire he announced in a sten
torian voice: "They're' at the wire."
' - JUsy to teas Homey.
Then, with the horses otf, he an
' nounod the three leading . horaes at
the quarter mile post, at the half, the
three auartere. thS stretch and then the
, winner. The sbectators and bettors sat
t In their seats listening to his voice as
RESTORES CaUY HAin
lo lls NATURAL COLOR.
If their very lives depended' upon the
ouioome or that particular race.
As the horse which had been picked to
win ny some aevoiee wouia do an
nounced in the lead at one of the costs.
a shout or exclamation would escape
the tensely drawn lips of the listener,
while thai a whose horses failed to re
ceive a call aat eagerly awaiting some
word from - their "pony" as he was
gamely struggling hundreds . of mUes
away to win thalr money. .
They oould see the horses running
and one man shouted: "flee her come
down that stretch I What did I tell you
iwui iqai norse eaeen r
fcoma Oaoa Wins.
la - the handicap raoe at Seattle, the
iiranwr-rit-i -tne-aay tne crowq
Plainly ahowad the axeltamant nravail.
lng. The betting waa quite even, and as
nm man at me leiegrapn key announced
some flash which changed the odds on
a certain horse that was being heavtly
played at the track aevera would hasten
to th-"booklee"- tn rhinl. thalr hata
hoping by the shifting process to hedge
ub inwr loaaea. r
The favorite ' was PVed Bent, -and
many dollars wera placed in the -hands
or me deft coin handlers of the club
upon him. . Bent received one caU in the
mne ana one ' sixteenth . run, while
Johnny Lyons won the race at 4 to 1. .
Acroas from the noolaellera. axtanrfln
the full length of the long room la a
blackboard on which the names of the
horaea, with their weights and Jockeys
si- r.li;nr Anf anrl nviitive-
' It removes - Dandruff. Keeps hair
toft ana gioatj.
Guaranteed perfectly pure.
Phllo Hay Spec Co., Newark. N. J.
30c bttl. -H slrus;;Ut
are written. Thla hnaril ' ahn.if II
feet high, and is well lighted by electrlo
llghta, making it easy for the betters to
read the odda which a little man with a
large mouataohe was constantly writing
.iiu .ruing mm me operator an
nounoed them from bis instrument. -'
: tavttotlom to Come Back. . ..
His deftness wag enticing, and many
unfortunates who had. lost all their
money sat idly by on the benches pro
vided for their comfort watching his
rapid -movements In writing rin.n h.
Oolnc home the batter la mat at th
gate by. the "outalde" man. whoae buai.
neas It la to watch for Interlopers and
to give each man two car tlokets one
to carrv htm home mnA Ana K-tn
him back the next day. " " "
The wladom f thla ahnwa tKa kmmA
and 41baral"- polloy-of the aume of B0
cents and 11. Often these men go to
the track with only to cents. Were It
not for the forethought of the club In
providing them with a ear ticket they
would be 10 cente ahy in making a bet
vi - ctuo wmim oe me loser.
'. t airaigni Deta on horae races are
taken for less than 10 cents.
rimr Otaur Table Wiirhtly.'r ,
The racing boards are covered up In
the evening. Lis hts ahlne on the green
cloth of the gambling tahlea In the front
room where half a hundred men were
buyy laat nlrht loalng their money.
1 wo faro bank, aurrounded by play
ra cotiaiantly a.lded to the earnings of
the club, and along the wall of the
room a roulette tahle. a twenty-one
dealer and two poker games sucked the
""in. ,rom th Plta of the vlaltora.
The games were '(julef laat night.
There were neither heavy wlnnlnga nor
heavy loalngs. Not elnr the flrat of
the week has the routine filching of vis-
ONLY "OWL" CUT
; RATE DRUG STORE
In Oregon. All standard rem
edies, toilet articles, drugs,
soaps, eto at CUT niCCI.
Everything reduced; not
merely a few specials.
EatabUahed 1850 Fifty-S even Years I n Business Established 1850
Good Merchandise Only Quality Considered Our Prices 'Are Always the Lowest
$1 Down; $1 a Week
Pays for complete outfit of a
Victor Talking Machine
And necessary record a. Ex
hlbltions dally In our, Victor
HalL Catalogues and price
lists free. New records
$10.50 Imported Ostrich Plumes $5.69
1.250 magnificent new imported Ostricli Plumes just re
ceived by express-all of the superb cytra quality obtained
from the wild male birds. Colors, garnet, champagne,
mais, pink, olive, ciel, navy, Copenhag, leather. Ostrich
Feathers will be all the rage this fall. These superb
fK plumes will last a lifetime.
Ml The great Ostrich Plume
f Z. bargain of the year-
SEE BIG CO RNER-VINDOW-DISPLAY-wMAIL-i:AfD PHONE ORDERS
, : WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL-ATTENTION . '
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Itors been Jarred out of Its usual
monotony. At that time a man dropped
ibe balance of the 1700 he had been
ualng in an unauceeaaful effort to
"buck" the games which are run for
the benefit of no one elss but. the man
who owns them.
This morning ths managers of the re
sort and the 'loser met in the office of
a local attorney to compromise and a
pert of the heavy loaaea wers paid back.
The loser charged that some of his hela
st the faro snd twenty-one tables were
"pinched" bv the cappers who are prea
ent to nok to the welfare of the club.
Apparently, he waa able to substantlats
This, however, la not the first tlms
that a ' riffle has marred ths opera
tions of the MUwaukle club. The reaurt
la owned by Ike Oratton. Some montha
ego he made a "waah" sale of the place
In order to escspe litigation which was
Two men had won.aeveral thousand
dollars at the table.. Their lurk turned
and as they saw their dollar, disappear
they threatened ' to bring suit for the
money which they had won 'from the
club and were then losing. The sale
waa the result wnd another compromise
A short time ago all the old dealers
st the gambling house were discharged
for the rea.nn, It waa said, that they
had acquired tbs habit of tipping off
soma of the patrons on bets so money
could be won. The patrons In turn paid
a commission to the dealers for the bets
they pocketed. Rpokane men took the
place of tho.e who ioat their Job. and
new faces now are behind the tablesv
'"Metsger sells diamonds at 10 per cent
profit. 141 Wash. st. .
Balch Family Reunion.
Uearaal Spar tat arvtre.l --
North Beverly Mass., Aug. I. Ths
descendant, of John Palch, who emi
grated to America in 121, held a family
reunion here today at the old Baloh
homestead. The Batch house, which Is
still ' practically in . its original condi
tion, was built In lilt and is still
occupied by 'one of the deacendanta of
John Belch, t There are suppo.ed to he
about 6,000 m.mbereef h hnlrn fami
ly now living In the United btatea.
To Look After -Railroad Accounts.
Uneraal Rpecl.l JUrrii-..)
Waefttna-ton. A it r 1 ( . i - -
amlnatlona are being held In varloua
cities today for railroad aornuntanta to
be .mnlnv, hv th. 1 n . - . .
merce commlaalon. It la dlrJ br tne
examlnatlojia to create a Hat of
i. -i - ; s
blea for employment bv the comml-at'-n
In the examination of the bx of
railroad. In oompllan'i with the pro
vlaloas of the new railroad rate lw.
' Lewis ;ivn fln I'ai. nf.
Wsahlnton, An. 1 1 ' I
vlre haa recoinm'i-l'-'l t'i'
sue on the Irxie mining .
l.wU n the R"i"i , . .
trl't In M-Hlyotl lrt i
The.e claim, ere '
vel'T-d arvl if i;
h n v.
god t..e " . '. .