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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, 'AUGUST 8, 180''.
S-i;, irr -:vV--.A-mTi ri : a : n nr. a r n o Th tttto n
I Liis weaoi raw
For mil our regular $2 work and idrett
Psnts, all aizea, 20 styles;, in fact, any
pair of Fantt offered .on this page is
lower in price than same value can be
had anywhere ia America today.
For men's drets Pants in new styles, in
eluding all-wool worsteds, blue and black
cheviots and serges, neat, stylish stripes
and checks, values up to $3.50 all to go
at 1.85.. , v -,v .,.
For men's fine worsted Pants, In 30 dis
tinct patterns; the new peg-top styles are
also here represented in this great lot
Values, op to $3.50 and $4 all to go at
For choice of . 700 pairs of men's fine
worsted and silk mixed worsted Pants,
in all the new wanted styles; values up
to $4.50 are included in this lot choice
at, only S 8.85. :
Gives you choice of men's finest worsted
Pants, newest fabrics; every pair $5.00
value, some worth $6.00; you must see
them; choice 83.45.
Gives you choice of 800. pairs of men's
finest dress Pants in the very best make
on the market; fine check worsteds, neat
stripes, blues, blacks, etc.; worth $6 to
$7.50 your choice at, only 83.85.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES OP THE YEAR
For all our regular 50c
LAdes of ' ribbed' and
men s lines of summer
For choice of six lines
of; regular 75c value
men's finest Under
wear. i'Y ",
That' all we are ask
ing for the well-known
Griffon brand of Neg
ligee Shirts; cuffs at
tached or detached.
For all our re ruler lines
of duett, Star and Chi
eago makes . of regula.
11.8 shirts. Tou . all
know What Cluett and'
Bur shirts are.
For choice of all our
regular $2 collar at
tached Negligee Shirts,
silk, mohair and pon
gee styles; best makes.
For all our regular IKS
Bilk Shlrta; alt eolors;
collar attached hello,
ebantpagne, tan and
ray and white, all silk.
Bee them In our win
For the Argonaut Tan
Sateen Shirts, union
made; collars attached;
best value' offered In
P6rtlanL - .. .. '
Belling at almost - half
price: ' .
504 for Too values.
.65e for II. OS values.
85e for. Sl.s value "
1.15 for tl.SO values.
1.35 for 11.10 valnea
' All Doslery lines
- Greatly Reduced
TMe for reg.1 So grade
10e for reg. tOo grade
12He for Fancy. Hom;
worth double. .
19e for regular SSe
29e for "regular BOo
All UoSerwesr, ;
lOe for 80o ecru ribbed.'
20e for lOa blue bai-
5 ror see Egypt.
85e tor all 1.S1 grade
r ma, Kiue, Jrieah. at
f J $2&B- I $3.-45 I $3.85
v ; ; ; For all regular $3.50 Oxfords. :- Thotyands $3.50 to $4 values at this price. ayhttfwuSo' tJSalaea!'-5 For " ttnt Oxfords; Bal. or Blucher cut. For choice of finest Shoes made; values up to $6.
Out of the Hi gh Ren t Dis tri ct
69-71 THIRD STREET
Between 1 Oak and Pine.
Not in the High P ric e Clique
69-71 THIRD STREET
Between Oak and Pine
300 YEARS OF
Bath and ; Its Neighboring
Towns of Maine Celebrate
SIR GEORGE TOPHAJI
BUILT FIRST VESSEL
The Virginia, Sixty Feet m Length,
Hade Several Transatlantic Voy
ages Seventy Years Before Sec
' ond Boat Wee Bollt. "i
(Joaraal Sseelel Bervlos.)
Bath. Ma, Aug. I. Bath and ' the
neighboring towns and villages at the
mouth of the . Kennehee river . today
donned hoUdar attire and etherwla
made read for a week's carnival In
observanee of the tooth anniversary
of American shipbuilding, for the eels'
ration of which preparations have been
going forward for months past. It
was 'nearby at Popham Beach, settled
"by fllr George Popham" in iS07," where
colonlats built the flrat American ves
sel and launched It upon the Kennebee.
riras Teasel fcaaaohed.
Thla flrat American veaaet was the
pinnace Virginia, and ahe waa not much
of a craft In comparison with the vea
ela of today. But In those daya, with
ecareely a nail to work with and the
fculldera put to extremoe to find the
Iron for bands and the tools wherewith
to fashion the timber, th completion
of the veaaal waa regarded ea a great
achievement. The Virginia was about
to feet la length and in modern meaa
nremeat would register about 40 tone.
She made several voyages " between
Jamestown and Ixmdon.
. After the construction and departure
of the Virginia It waa nearly TO yeara
before the keel of another veeael was
laid on the ehoreS of the Kennebeo,
Then Blr William ' t'hlppa eatabllahe
a vard at 'Woolwich. Bo the Industry
grew and flourished. The building of
ahlpe has been the prlnolpaJ induatry
of Bath for ISO yeara and hundreda of
aplendld craft have been put afloat
aurloa: that time, the tonnaae amount'
lng to over 1.000,000 since the time of
eaLabliahtng the government record In
17SI. ' Once the foreata of Maine pro
the craft built along; the Kennebec To-
aay oniy tne moat unimportant airing'
era ana atancnions are xouna in mi
wllderneaa of the north, nearly every.
thing being brought to the place of con
iruc ion xrom tne weai ana aouin.
While there la now no auch activity
in tne yarna aa prevailed up to is
or 10 yeara ago. Bath la atlll busy and
tno proapeci la orignu
Fro&ineni Men, AHead.
The celebration which began today
win taae up tne greater part or a weeic.
and not only will Include ezercteea and
demonstrations to be held In thla city,
but alao at Popham Beach, where the
Induatry waa created and gradually
moved along until It reached Bath,
where It continued to remain, making
the place famoua as the birthplace
of more veaaela than any other city or
town lit the United Statea.
Many of the meat distinguished
members of both branchea of congress
have accepted In vl tat lone to take part
In the celebration, together with the
governors of aeveral of the New Eng.
land atatee ana a numoer or
ablea . Thla evening the
ary exercises are to be he!
meaa, witn an nistorica,
the Honorable Charlea
concerts will be alven In
the ehorea of the Kennebee will be Il
luminated by bonfires, while the vlalt
Ing warahlpa and allother veaaela In
tne naroor wui do vnuminatea.
T liar nm.
r aaareaei ny
LI Allen. Band
Jthe nark, and
Potter Schedule for Beach.
The steamer Potter will sail from
Portland, Aah street dock, Tueeda 1:00
i m.: Wednesday, 0:30 a. m.; Thura-
dav. 7 oo a. m.: Saturday 8:00 a m
Oet tickets and make reeervationa at
city ticket office. Third and waahlng
ton streets. C.sW. Stinger, city ticket
That the prices of our Diamonds are lower than those
of other jewelers, you have only to call and compare
' , , the quality, size and prices. :
v When Wc l
Say a Diamond
You will find it just as represented in every respect.
When we sell you a slightly imperfect or flawed dia
mond, we tell you so, and make the price accordingly.
- EASY PAYMENTS
For those who care jnot or cannot pay cash. Without
extra charge we give possession when making first
.' . - ' payment. ' . , ; .,
MARX & BLOCH
? ' LARGEST DIAMOND DEALERS IN OREGON
74 Third Street, Near Oak'
OIL KING GAY
OVER BIG FINE
If Landis' Decision Has Been
a Blow John D. Doesn't
- Show It.
iimmiI aMf.f Imm r ' '
Cleveland. Ohio, , Aug. I. If . Judge
Land) a' declalon has been a great blow
to John D. Rockefeller he doee not show
It . Bright, almoat blithe, and with a
joke on his lips aa he spoke of It, he
attended eervleea at the Euclid Avenue
Baptist church Sunday morning.
- "Tbere'a nothing to aay about the de
cision, ia merer ne queried goon
naturedly when Dressed to dlacuaa It.
Then he backed up the church alale to
lmoreas unon frlenda the neceaalty of
being prompt tomorrow morning In
keeping their engagement with him to
"I am an early riser, you know," he
aald with a laush. "I eurDoea with you
newapaper men I o'clock Is an unearthly
nour, dui yon anow it was tne eany
worm that waa caught" -
He shook hands with a friend whom
he lied not aeen for aome time and In
aulred where he had been.
"I have lust coma un from North
Carolina," the man replies.
-iner are going alter trusts down
tnere, too, ehT"
Reported the Steel Corpora
tion Has Purchased
(tan-as! Speelal Berrlfe.)
Pittsburg. Aug. S It te reported that
the plant of the Midland Steel company,
IS mllea below Pittsburg, as well aa the
model town of Midland, in the eourae
of construction. Is to be sold to the
United States 'Steel corporation, the deal
Involving about Ill.OOO.OSft. ror orer
week there has been a cessation nt
i v,iL aa inreniory
ed by the Fownea family of Pittsburg
In what might be called
oyer Andrew Carnegle'a action In gett
n npuon on tne i
The Midland Steel company waa start
l nt or pique
Ion in awtflnar
OBtlon on the Carrie furauM t,ar
iriiy oerore tne formation or the ateei
truat and then turnlnar them over n th.
uniieo Btaiea nteei corporation at a
price some minions greater than had
been given the Fownea family ' who
owned the Carrie furnaoea The sum
Carnegie offered waa ao large that
tne rownee people readily accepted I
the plan for the formation of the steel
truat being atlll a aecret then.
The Fownea felt dlaaatlsfled after-
waraa ana aeciaea to become competi
tors of the steel corporation. Bv secur
ing the Midland plant the steel corpora
tion will absorb what haa promised to
oe on oi ils otggest rivaia.
(Journal Rpedal BerrleeJ
Falmouth. Meaa. Au. B. The at tan.
tlon of all Cape Cod. including realdenta
and summer visitors, ia absorbed thla
week In the celebration of the tercen
tenary of the landing of Bartholomew
Ooanold on the shores of Falmouth.
The obaervance Of thla historical event
under the auaplcea of the Falmouth
board of trade and Induatry, takes the
form of a pageant reproducing the ar
rival and lan dine- of ooanold and soma
of the etibaentiant aventa of bla career.
' The significance of the celebration
of the Bartholomow Ooanold tercenten
ary la that Ooanold was the aarileat
New England coloniser, . preceding the
Pilgrim Fathers by 1 yeara, and that
he preferred the North Atlantic coast
to Virginia as a site for English colo
nies. The little colony ha planted In
the Busaard's Baft, Island now sailed
-Wtflnvite any one who will
buy a player-piano of as or any
other Portland dealer during: the
month of August to come to otfr
store and choose one of our su
perb instruments, and we will de
liver it to their . home free of
charge, in competition with any
other play er-piano made.
" We challenge any other -Portland
dealer "big1' or little,
"busy" or otherwise, to place one
ot their player-pianos in the same
home, with the understanding
that the sale goes to the most
COULD ANYTHING BE
MORE FAIR? : -
We have faith in our player-
pianos, knowing that they are far
supenorjto any other. :
THEY ARE DIFFERENT
We court comparison and so
Hovenden-Sotile Piano Co.
Cor. Morrison and W. Park Sts.
flees qulokly to the
very eore ef the -disease
a aw ateaa
the meat deea-eat,
Oares every aHsaeei
at afaa sf Beast
that ss I
UaliMSjt saa i
Msta ao gaaele
Cuttyhunk in the enring of KOI did not
laat. The colonlats were too few In I
number, and were not of the right fibre
to ueai wiin ins inaiana ana suniaet i
the aandy eoll to the plow. But doe-1
nold, who named Cape Cod and placed I
the felicitous name of Martha's Vine-1
yard on the eharta or North America, I
waa firm In his conviction of the dealr- I
anintv or the New Efealand soil ami
ciimaie tor colon isaiion.
269-271 Morrison St.
' IN ANNUAL SESSION ftf SSffsLs"
bona with ether hi
i atnone enurch
gueats or nonor.
high prelatea ef the
will be the special
, (Joaraal Speclat lervles.)
Norfolk. Vs.. Aug. S. Membere of the
order of Knlghta of Col um hue are al
ready arriving In conalderabla number
to take part In their annual national
convention. Fvery section of the coun
try will be represented, and from all
eigne the attendance will establish a
new high record. The delegates will be
the gueata of the Virginia branch of the
order during their atay here, and the
arrangements for their entertainment
ave Deen maoe on a very elaborate I t Krmk.n. ... .w. i..ti.
.r1"- v-anyua ana moxira aa wan as l mony In the railroad '
au parte or tne unitea states wui be I The srtnelpal evidence UAiiiil be that
HEARING AT SfOKANE
(Saaeial tlUpsteh to The 7oraaL) '
Olymplsv Wash.. Au. I. -The stat I
rauroaa commission will BOla a meeting
of 3. C H. Reynolds, the rlght-f-way
expert who valued the eastern Washing
ton right ot way and terminal proper,
ties for the oommleelon. The testimony
of several Spokane real eatate men will
also be taken on terminal valuea In
Complaint haa been filed with the
commission by cttliene of Katson. Che.
halla county, against the Northern l'a
clflo on aooount ef Ita refusal to build
a depot at that place and install an
,nV operator. Chairman rIr-
chlld haa gone to Batsop to make a per
Chicago elevator men have submitted
to a board of arbitration a rop.w.i i ton
made to building mane ere for a wage
tncreaae ef IIS a tuontu. ,
-'" : ' ' V.:
Tea is not infzVAU:;
amends. We are not, h
the least, uneasy a'