The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 01, 1907, Page 4, Image 4

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    TIIC OREGON DAILY JOUSIIAi; rCIlTLA-.D1, THURSDAY EVENI1JQ, 'AUGUZT t, 1ZZ7.
Victor znd Edison
Records .
For AugustHear Tbem
4A Floor
TheWater
Is Fine
WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOU OPEN iA MONTHLY ACCOUNT WITH US
mTxmn snoom-
Woodlark
Obesity
Bet
$2.25
Cool, comfortable. .Will reduce tta Satisfaction
guaranteed or your moneyback. ''''r.--' i:;-. ; . "
riMT noon
And So Are These Bath Sprays ,
: This Hot Weather
Red or white rubber, single arid
double connections
$J,.25,($I.75,'52')fe
ran nooB-
nave
You
Enough
Garden Hose, Size, 50 ft. lengths, Nozzle Free
"White Crown guaranteed, regular $15.00. . Special . . . . . .$11.65
Sunproof ' guaranteed, regular $10.00. Special.;......,. .$7.97.
"Woodlark" guaranteed, regular- $7.00. Special .... , . . .. $5.38
A Hose Reel, regular $1J25. Special. .90c
A Lawn Sprinkler, regular $1.25. , Special. . . ,, .... . ....... 89c
rauf
Metal Telescope I npous
Just what you want, easy to adjust and easy to carry
$2.00,-$2. 75, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00, $7.00
Ansco Junior, Poldinff Camera, takes a picture 2x44 . . . . . . .$12.00
noom 1 1
A Cooling Pastime
TO PROVE WHAT WE
SAY WE WILL PUT
" V ON SALE AT A GREAT
j SAVING 2,000 GLOVE
S AND HANDKERCHIEF
' BOXES.
1,000 Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, full size, all brand new,
finest designs, regular 25c , '
Special 12c
.1,000 Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, full size, all new designs.
A big bargain if ' you are a wood-burner, regular price 35c
M Special 1 7c M:
It. will pay you to buy now for future use. V;' " V V
Visit the
Gilt Room
t!h Floor
It's All Good
Do
You
Use a Gillette Safety Razor?
If not, take one home for a week's trial. If not right
your money cheerfully returned. All are good.
$5, $6.50, $9, $12
Come in and get a Gillette ASH TRAY FREE ,
nocm
Save
the
Pieces!
c .: you jijw j-ijj 1 jjijuuj nuujfjcr
: Examination .
We take great pride in our Optical
Department, for re ; know you are
sure to be satisfied. Free examination
'i ,
I
Call Exchange II
bftill&K
For Immediate Ordering
WtaaTHIIIISJ HIS PS II MIHIH I IWMMPW
11
THE LARGEST RETAIL DRUG STORE IN THE U SITED STATES"
COMPANY
Imported Soaps
land Perfumes
vTbe lafesf and BesM
..-iiifaii.',!:.;
AUTOPSY WILL
REVEALCAUSE
Inquest Necessary to Deter
mine What Led to De---mise
of Lineman.
1 . i
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XX
i i
, Whether John . Crlbr. l!oman
mployed" br the Portland , ' Rilwa,r
Light Fewer Co, cam to hU death at
6renth and Upshur street yesterday
afternoon from electrocution or suc
cumbed to heat' prostration, will have to
be determined bj aa autopsy to be held
Carlberv; was at work on the eroas
arm of a pole, 21 feet above the street,
engaged la transferrins; the hlh voltage
lines. a most dangerous undertasnn g,
when overtaken by death. Upon not
ing Carlberg lying limp and apparently
dead at the top of the pole, foreman
W. Ibbetson, aaelsted by several line
men, succeeded In lowering the unfor
tunate man to the ground. It was neo
eesary to cut one of the large cables
before the body could be extricated.
Upon examination Carlberg was found
to be dead and the coroner was noti
fied. Claim Agent Bojroton of the elec
tric company declares from Investiga
tion, he Is convinced Carlberg died of
heart disease - or sunstroke. Coroner
Fin ley decided to hold an autopsy.
Shortly before Carlberg death, El-
mer uowning, a lineman, residing at
S80H Morrison street, who wae at work
on the pole In question received a heavy
charge of electrloitv through his bod
and it was necessary to remove him to
uooa Bamantan Hospital for treatment.
Although his condition Is serious it is
thought he will recover.
Carlberg, who was an experienced line
man, entered the employ of the Portland
Railway. Light Jt Power Co. ' several
months ago. He was ordered to take
Itownlnrs place on the pole. The fact
that his nredeoessor narrowlv escaned
electrocution tends to confirm the the
ory that Carlberg s death was caused by
i
ASKS DIVORCE ON r
DESERTION CEAEGE
Alleging that Framont Chase deserted
her in December. 104, Mrs. KfTle CX
Chase this morning filed- suit In the
circuit court for a dlvorre. They were
marnea in tspokane, Washington, in
jaaj-ca, ivvz.
WASH
' Here are Wash Suits
' iThat will stand all kinds
- of water and all kinds
of hard rubs and all va
rieties of vacation expe
riences, and all at Great
ly Reduced Prices.
: See our window dis- -play
of , light woolen
-Suits for-ages 13 to 16 :
years. The, regular $5 ,
and $6 suits now selling ;
at $3.85. ';,; -V ,v-'
3IcliiinqCo
?:r.3iajJinPupr'"..
ICS en J 1C3 Third St,
CASTOFF WOMAfJ
DRANK
CARBOLIC
Rachael Hathaway Ends Life
TOen Threatened With
Desertion, r
- Fearing -she was about ' to be east
aside by the man aha loved, at whoa
Instigation aha : had sacrificed honor,
home and loved ones, pretty lt-ye&r-old
Rachael Hathaway of Eugene, Oregon,
sought surcease from sorry at 10:49
o'clock last ntaht in a room at 461 East
Morrison "street by swallowing carbollo
acid. ' ''". , '
After lingering In agony for an hour
the young woman succumbed. The
body was removed to Flnleys under
taxing parlors and me coroner nas not
yet decided whether an Inquest will be
necessary. ,
Following ' tha . traredv. which ' had
been enacted in his presence, Edward
Bmall. a widower with whom fhe girl
naa peen living, erarcea oui o ena nil
life In the Willamette and as a resul
was landed In the cltv orison br Patrol
man - Phillips ' and Deputy Sheriff An
drew. Small was 'taken Into custody
at Tont ana .Morrison streets, as I
appeared that he contemplated drown
mg nimseir. ana is sun neia in uu
penaing tne aecision oz tne coroner
relative to an inquest.
It Is understood that Rachael Hatha
way left her home In Eugene two weeks
ago, following a quarrel with, he
uiuiner, um cam to rurciana 19 wk
up her residence with Small, whom ah
had known in her home town. Bmall
has two small children. Upon being
lniormea oy nmaii jasi mgnt mat ne
intended going to Salem to accept a
roeiUon and eould not take her with
1m. the rtrl atrennouslv oblected and
became morose.
During temporary absenos of Bmall
from the room the deenondent sirl drank
poison and lle4Jn horrlbl axQoyjrlthlO
an nuur.
. Small comas ' from Eugene, and hi
children are In the custody of his
mower were.
WILL COMPETE
Eighteen Best atizen-Sol
dier Marksmen Will Com
pete for Trophy.
The results oh nd by members of
the Oregon National Guard at tha third
annual rifle com petition held near Rose
burg Insure- a state's team being sent
to Port Clinton. Ohio, to compete fori
the national-trophy. ' This meet will be
held rrom Aua-ust Is . to September 1.
the government paying lour fifths o;
tne expense incurred.
The team will consist of II Of the
best shots In the state who will com
pete with picked men from other states
and from the army and navy. The
Oregon National Guard was represented
at the national meet In l05-, last year
having a higher average than It of the
competitors.
The reoords made br the men are
flattering and they feel satisfied they
will capture not only the first prise, but
others also. All but two of the com
panies In Oregon were represented at
Roeeburg. Private B. T. Shields, Com
Deny D. made a perfect score of (
points In rapid firing. Ueutenant
George E. Houck hit the bullseye 4
times Oct of 60 at 1,000 Tarda' range.
Captain Scott. In charge of the men
at Roeeburg, telephoned this morning
to Aojuiant-aaneral w. BX. innser, stat
ing that id a skirmish run made this
rooming the men made an average of
.(1 per man, . which Is an exceptionally
one recoro. 1
FRAUD IS CHARGED ;
IN STOCK TEANSACTI0N
Charging' that he was defrauded into
a OI
i - " S3JI(;-B UWIULWU
7 .- V- Van De Wlele has filed su
buying 7U shares of stock of the Port
let fUty.. m .
-vny for II,
fin ffhsa AlfVvt.l o 1 a a
bftd to TfcovT th tnoney that he paid
f?' v Wtol allocs
that 0rbd arM Mm tha atock and
rra. linn Inn! lv rsnr... - m a . . I l a d. .
. . Lu w iiiitt mti in
company waa aolvoot a-od tbmt tha stock
GLOSINu
OUT
aAlLIL
SUMMER
GOODS
Friday morriing we will assemble our entir e stock of summer garments remaining unsold o n our FIRST FLOOR. We have startled the
city and state with many thunderous bargains in our time. But our efforts for this coming sale will prove that it is yet possible to
The unquestioned qualities of fine summer merchandise to be sold at less money than the very rnanufacturerswebcjugHt itfrom arenoW
'asking:- NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES: .:;;"-v" :i ;:-:-': vv"--: 'i; 'V: "'r" t";::'"-', '
Princes Wash Dresses
VALUES fUP TO $30.00
Just 30 in this lot, choice i
$12.50
$15, $16.50 Wash Dresses
In fine linen, mulls and lingeries
$4.95
$5 and$6.50Wash Dresses
Summer
S!(iris
WHITE . WASH SKIRTS, , linen
s and shrunken duck5,; s '
' Values up to $750f'
95c
RAJAH, VOILE AND PANAMA
r .. SKIRTS .. .
Values up to $35.00
$6.75
' .- ewsw-"1 ' ""
MIXTURES FINE ASSORT
MENT OF -SUMMER SKIRTS
r Values up to $22.50 " ; 1
Silk Petticoats
This lot of Petticoats included
the famous Sorosis Guaranteed
Petticoat, always and every
where selling at $16.50- ,
Friday $8.?5-
Wai
REGULAR $15 WAISTS ' . iC 3
' ATm . . . . m .ft V "j "V'i . . .e:.w'- .' i A tJ ts :
REGULAR $2.00 WAISTS Z-i. i
AT............... . ... . ; ... ... 71 9C
Jap. Silk Waists, nicely trimmed with lace (fl A F
and embroidery. An exceptional $10 val. . 4)0yU
S
HOR
COATS
; Box
And Fitted
BOX COATS, regular $10.00 values
S2.00
FANCY SEMI-FITTED COATS, values r C C il A
up to $20.00.7;.V..;.,.:
CREAM SERGE COATS, an exquisite (J C : 0 C
line, values up to $27.50. . . ; . , . . ... . ... , .J)DyO
Kimonos
A big assortment of v Ar
7 5c values . .... . . . .7. . ... O V v
.Handkerchief Collar A En
Kimono, 85c values .... . r 0 w
A variety of $1.50 . QQt
values...., .. . . . . . . . ... ...VOiv
rag Suits
About 30 Bathing Suits left
$10.00 values go at. ... 3C.OO
$6.50 values go at. . . .,a3360
$3.50 values go at.... S2.00
15c Values .So
25c Values .......... lOc
35c Values ... ........ .:cv20o
40c Value : . ., . . . 25e
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR ABOVE DESCRIBED BARGAINS
Hose
25c White ( i r
Hose. .... rsrrv7.-. .'. :. .
35c Lace and Em
broidered Hose........
65c Hose '
at. .'v.Y.7.:;..;....
A9c
MILLINERY STILL FURTHI3R REDUCED
The time for drastic decisive action hat arrived. AU Summer Millinery must go at once without
quibble or quaver. Our millinery buyer starts east for fall and winter lines next week. Before
' he returns every counter and case must be cleared. No half-way measures will do. Tremendous
.. . . price reductions is the order of the day.-So starting- Friday we will offer you your choice of any
nat in
the house, no exceptionsFrench Pattern Hats. Gearhardt and Gaffe models
otner cnarminf sryies xresn zrom tne worjerooms, values up to $30.00.
vnoice ........ . ...... ....-.,. .....
and many
...$5.00
CHOICE OF 200 TRIMMED HATS, worth up to $8.00, t..;.;..,.;.r....1.80 ;vV'--.''.
BEACH AND OUTINQ HATS prepared for this sale .05
. jjmi ji.samu.u . axiAru.&, unuaren s nets ana iaaies sailors
ON OUR SECOND rLOOR we are . prepared and! lad to thow advance Tall Styles of Suits and Coats (Inspection invited)
Sole Agents for
Henderson Corsets
dJJo
Wholesale Retail
riffll ANI) AIDER