The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 08, 1907, Page 3, Image 3

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FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
Sale of Swell Dress Hats
yals.to$12,$2.95
At this low bargain price we Include a
great variety of our swellest Trimmed
Dress Hats, only one of a kind of most
of them, selling regularly up to $12.00.
Even if you only want a hat for a
month here's a new one t'"h g C
for onlyi.
.See Window Display ;
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. v " V "
$1.50 Wash Dresses 98c
Children's colored Gingham, Charabray and
Lawn Dresses in yoke, Russian and French
ctyles, in plain colors, checks and plaids;
sizes 2 tq 6 years, $1.50 values , QQ
for. . . ...... , ... 70C
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. ' -
Reg. $2.75 Rugs at $1.98
500 Axminster Ruga of good quality, over
twelve .different patterns in handsome ori
ental or floral designs; size 27x54 d AO
inches, Friday Special t...vlvO
1 FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. -
Coatand SuitClearing
Vals.to$12.50at$250
-1 r ' : : : ,
All on one bargain rack an assort
ment of splendid garments, but only
one of a kindSilk Jumper Suits,
Black Silk Eton Jackets, Tan Covert
Coats, etc. The jackets are cut in
styles that never go out of fashion.
Regular values to $12.50, frsy rfk
for Friday Bargain Day. pJ U
..... Be early and get your choice 'ir.:
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. ,
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20c Turnovers 5c
500 women'i hand-drawn work and embroi
dery Turnover Collars and Lawn ' C
Ties; values to 20c each Special... ... C
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
35c Ruching 19c Yd.
' Neck ruching and double edge banding for .
fronts of waists; neck ruching in white,
black and all colors; regularly 35c 1Q.
yard Special at only. ............... UC
, FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. ;
Children's Headwear
Children's yfine Mull Hats Caps, Bonnets,
regular prices ranging from $2.50 to. $15.00;
S v :Half Price
- FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
18c Silkoline 10c yd,
5,000 yards of silkoline.and "alntost" silk
in oriental, Japanese and floral patterns, in
a large variety of different designs, I A'
values to 18c yard... ......... .v... 1UC
J- , y FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
50c Women's Hosiery 25c
5,000 pairs women' fine imported lisle and
cotton stockings; both - black and tan, ,
Hermsdorf dye; regular values to OC
50c pair Special........ awuC
. FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. :T.
Big Notion Bargains
25c Gold Dust..l8fri0c Pearline.....8
15c Linole for white shoes... 6
20c Paraf fine for canning, pound...... lOa
12c Mason Jar Rubbers, box....v 8e
50c Woven Shopping Baskets... ...... 23f
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
15c Handk'chiefs 10c
100 dozen women's checked initial linen
Handkerchiefs, all letters; never sold in a
sale tor less than lie Special $1.10
aozen, tacn.
:!?...10c
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. i;
23c Geisha Fans 10c
1,000 Japanese Gauze Fans with Japanese
pictures painted on them in many dferent
designs; regular 25c values for Fri- 1 A
day Bargain Pay. ...v. ....... .... 1UC
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. ,.
$1,65 Night Robes $i;iO
i ' '
Made of fine.vsoft nainsook; circular "neck,
.short sleeves, two lace insertions and edg-.
ihg, plain feather stitched banding, beading
and ribbon. Kegular $1.65 values fft A
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at
fridaV bargain day.
25c, 20c Cretonnes 14c
3,500 yards Figured Cretonne and Denims,
in floral, oriental and conventional designs;
large variety of patterns; regular 25c t
and 20c, value Special y,. 14C
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. ;
25c Cotton Vests 17c
ji " 1 " ' "i " . " 1 1 -
Women'a 25c . fine grade cotton 1
vests, low neck, sleeveless...... ...If C
Women's 50c fine grade white Swiss OQ
ribbed lisle vests.; . ........... CtJC-
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
$2.50 Table Cloths $1.58
Regular $2.50 Bleached Pattern Table
Cloths, actual size' 60x62 Inches, with bor
der all around; fancy drawn hem. CO
rauperb- Friday linen value atn'. j) 1 )0
' FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
35c Wide Ribbon 22c Yd.
5-inch Messaline Ribbon, soft, all-silk and
all colors, for hat. trimming and'gir- OO-
dies; regular 35c yard Special. C
Hat Bows and Sashes Tied Free. ;
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. '
Reg. $6.50 Skirts $1.95
Cream Homespun separate Skirts, all pure
wool, with band trimming at bottom. . Cut
with a generous fullness and well. QC
made in every detail.... ......... .J)Iwl
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
$2.00 Auto Veils at' $L50
1,000 Auto Veils and Hat Drapes, 3 yards
and 2 yards long, in light blue, white, pink, ,
red, lavender, brown, green, tan, d1 A
cream, etc ... $lDt
I V FRIDAY BARGAIN PAY.
85c Short Kimonos 4 9c
. Women's Short Lawn Kimonos of daintily
figured lawns In a wide variety of effects,
with n, without rnllsr an.4
belt; regular 75c and 85c-values AQ
Bargain -Friday , w ......tIlC
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. V y
Scarfs and Squares 19c
A great assortment of pretty Spachtel
Scarfs and Squares, in a large variety of
pleasing designs, regular values up JQ,
to 75c eachSpecial Friday ..17C
vr FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. '
Sale of Alarm Clocks
Famous "Seth Thomas" Alarm
Clocks; special Friday only.....
Waterbury " Alarm Clocks, very
'loud'alarmy Friday only at.
i. ......
$1
$1
22
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' FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY.
5000 Yards 15 c to
18c Wash Goods
Friday 6c Yd.
3,000 yards of Printed Batiste and
2,000 yards of Printed Bar Novelties,
crisp new goods, choice dot, floral and
figured designs, regularly sold
at 15c to 18c yard. Special. ..... U C
FRIDAY BARGAIN BAY.
$2.25 Silk Gloves $1.65
1,500 pairs women'a extra heavy long ailk
gloves, full 16-button length, double tipped
fingers, white and black; sizes Sy 1 tlC
to 7; $2.25 values. L.Ol.UD
V rf 'i. FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. '
Men s 35c Hosiery 17c
Another of our famous Friday sales of
Men's Hosiery of cotton, lisle thread or
jilk lisle in black and solid colors; : t T
values to 35c tair , liC
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY. , .
Men's Fancy Vests
$2.30 and $3.00
Values at $1.00
300 Men's Fancy Vests, made of fine
Oxfords, mercerized cloths and piques,
in a great variety of patterns; stripes,
neat figures, checks and plaids. Reg
ular values $2.50 and $3 C fl fl
each. Sale price only. ... . . Cp XsU U
PIOUS MISSION
OF TWO SAVAfJTS
vJVill Collect Whitman Mas-
sacre Data From the '
- - ) i Umatillas. V ;
TAKING A TJLOIF OF ; :
: FIVE HUNDRED MILES
' , Professors Romlne and Forrest of
, . Bclllngham Will Foot ; It Atroas
. Country Into - Montana Many
" Witnesses of Maasacre Survive.
. (Special Dlspatck to Tb JowimI.) '
rvendleton. Or., Auc 8. To tramp
tfwSOO miles through Waahlnston.
. OresuTWdaho and Montana durlns their
, - ammmer vacation it on of th plana
of Prof esor A. P. Romlna, had of tha
department of blolosy of tha Waahlng.
ton normal achool at BeUlngham, and
Profeaaor J. 0V Forraat, of tha chair
'of mathematica In tha aama Inatltutton.
Ona of tha object will b to atudr th
"i Whitman maaaacra by a vlalt to tha
acena of the traaedy and alao to aecura
auch Information aa may be aecured
' ' from Umatilla Indiana now llrlnr on
oxxlosbv or ranr
Kvr cry aa do children who are ant
faring from hunger.. Such la the eauee
of allbablea who cry and are treated for
alckneae, when they really are eufTerlna;
from hunirer. Thla la cauaed from their
food not being; aaalmllated, but devoured
by worm a. A few doaea of White'
Cream Vermifuge will oaus them to
ceaae -crying and begin to thrive at
once. Olve It a trial. Sold by all drug-
Wvwwv 'vvyv'y w VrwvW
MAKES tha SKIN LIKE YOU WANT II
DOES. IT IN A MOMENT , ,
- . . -' A liquid preparation
. for Face, Neck, Arm
andllanda.
. It H neither iticky
' . norray. -
: Utlgfln S .".'It's harmlena, clean
: . and refreshing. . "
il3g00litl Cannot be detected.
Two colors, rink and
Balm
White.
" Ue it morning, Boon
. . ' v . and night, Bummer,
Jr Winter, Sprtnf, Fall.
. ' SAMPLE FREE. .
. " ''Lyon Manufacturing Co.,
44 8. Fifth Bt. Brooklyn, X.V,
tha reaerratlon who were alive at the
time of the maaaacr.
.The teachers are now nmlnf eaat-
ward on foot through the Cascade
mountain and after visiting Wallula.
the Whitman mlsaioa and the Umatilla
reservation they will go north to Walla
Walla and then to Lewlston, where they
will take the Lolo trail over tha Bitter
Root mountain Into Montana.
They expect to visit the Flathead
reservation and gather data from that
tribe concerning the early Jesuit mis
sionaries In the northwest, and after a
vacation tramp of fully 600 miles they
will return to Belllngham. from Kalis
pell, Montana.
There are a number of Cayvse and
Umatilla Indiana yet living on the reser
vation who were grown at the time of
the Whitman massacre In November,
184T, and It will be possible to aecure
considerable direct" knowledge of the
tragedy from these Indians.
' Sarah, the aged Cayuse woman who
residea near the Presbyterian chapel on
the Tutullla, attended Whltman'a school
at Walilatup and yet sings hymns
taught In tha Cayuse tongue by tha
missionary.
Charlea8hapllsh, the well-known In
dian scout, also remembers the massa
cre and rode over from hla home on the
Umatilla river a few daye after to learn
of the particulars of the tragedy from
Indiana living on the Umatilla river
near the agency. -He talks intelligently
of the event and he has a vivid recollec
tion of the scene which met hla eyes on
his arrival at the devastated mission.
NORTH POWDER ROAD
TO OUTING GROUNDS
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(Special Dispatch to Tha 7mraaL) '
North Powder, Or, Au. l.--A fund Is
being raised here to open a wagon road
Into the region, known locally as the
North Powder lakes country, where the
fine fishing and hunting are fairly
matched by tha rich scenery of a virgin
country.
Notwithstanding thla town Is aet
down In the very midst of mountain,
vale and river scenery and fanned by
the coolest of summer breezes, for three
months In every yesr It Is an estab
lished custom to nesrly depopulate ..it,
the women nnd children In parties of
several families each camping out in
the mountains and the men driving out
aa thev can get time, hunting and fish
ing. Hence, the wisdom of the present
movement for having the trail, which
,the government Is - cutting, from the
Mulr mine road, so connected and broad
ened as to make a wagon road from
North Powder to th lakes, where the
trail terminates. , .
BONAPARTE TO JAIL X
' HARRDIAN OFFICIALS
(Journal Special Service.) '
New fork." Aug. t. Attorney-General
Bonaparte has decided to commence
criminal proceedings again at the of
ficials of the Harriman lines, according
to advices received here from Lenox,
Massachusetts, where fbe United Btatea
attorney-general gave out an interview
last night. Bonaparte said that the Im
prisonment of a few of the men "higher
up", would have greater effect than
mere finea could possibly have.
COURT IS FORCED
TO WADE TO SHORE
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(Jnerasl Special Service.) ,
Plttstwirg. Aug. I. Court was ad
journed in naate and lawyera, detectives,
sheriffs, witnesses and the Judge him
self were forced to wade out of the
courtroom at Turtle Creek yeaterday
afternoon when a miniature cloudburst
Inundated the village. The storm broke
during the trial of Thomas Jordan, a
negro charged with disorderly conduct.
DISTINGUISHED WOMAN EXPLORER '
IS-VISITING HERE WITH FRIEND
: '": v-v- . ...
Mrs. : F. T. Frlant,. the first white
woman to enter the Grand canyon of
tha Colorado river, la at the Imperial
hotel la company with Mrs. Ada Mllll
can, of Prlneviner whose guest Mrs.
Frlant has been for several weeks. Mrs.
Frlant .registers from Sllverbell. Ari
zona, and la one of the sturdiest moun
tain climbers In the west. X
The story of how the plucky women
made her first trip through the glor
ious country along the Colorado la one
filled with accounts of adventure and
daring. In company with Mr. Frlant,
who Is a civil engineer, and one other
man, Mrs. Frlant made the descent
over the dangerous cliffs and falls in
advance of both men.
Mr and Mrs. Frlant came west from
Michigan 10 years ago and made the
trip through the canyon about 11 years
later. When going over the first 0,ve
falls, Mrs. Frlant wea lowered over a
sharp precipice i with a rope by Mr.
Frlant and their companion. Inexper
ienced In the y of lowering persons
they allowed Mrs. Frlant to swing Into
the boiling current beneath the roaring
falls until ahe was submerged to the
waist. Her. calls to the men 76 feet
above her -were lost In the noise of
the falling waters and for a few min
utes she thought they would allow her
to be swirled away In-the. rapids, She
finally managed to algnal the men to
raise her out of' the water when ahe
aet herself swinging like a pendulum.
and when nearly exhausted, manaaed
to jump to an overhanging ledge where
sne swaiieo ner companions.
Five of the falls were thus passed,
the average drop of the fails being 0
feet. i ,
Mrs. Pliant la a woman of remarkable
fortitude and even at the present time
uses a regular warning irip eacn day
of 20 mllee. In the summer months
when the tourist sea eon la at -its
height, the various hotels In the Grand
canyon country like to have Mrs. Frlant
aa a guest, because of her intimate
knowledge of the canyon. Aa a guide
ahe is said to surpass all the male ex
ploiters of the wondera of the Colorado
and often takes tourist partlea on lone
hikes through the bills and chasms of
the canyon.
Mrs. Frtant visited Mrs. Mllllcan at
the tatter's home at Prinevllle before
coming to Portland and made th trip
from Fort Bldwell to prinevllle by
tag, which required traveling two
days and three nlghta without sleep.
Upon her arrival --at Prinevllle. Mr.
Frlant did not show th least fatigue
and accompanied Mr. and Mra. Mllllcan
on a trip to Steln'a pillar, which she
climbed In IB minutes. Mr. and Mrs.
Mllllcan required more than an hour
to make the ascent.
. Mra. Frlant and Mra. Mllllcan left
today for Seaside where they will re
main several week.
EX-RA1LR0AQ OFFICIAL SUBJECT
OF VERSE OVER BALD HEAD
.. '
Sensation has followed aenaatlon In
railroad circles aa a result of th sud
den appearance of W. P, Jenkins, man
ager of the fast freight lines. 'wearing
a wig. No sooner had the traffic men
recovered from the effect of Mr. Jen
kins' wig than they were again thrown
off their feet by the private circulation
of a poem from the pen of E. O. Mc
Cormfck, passenger trafflo manager of
the Southern Pacific.
Mr. Jenkins pate, which Is one of the
beat-known In western railroad ter
ritory, was aa bald as a tenpln ball, and
"ay'aljjJziniP
RESTORES GRAY HAIR
tails NATURAL COLOR.
Stops its falling out,, and positive
ly removes Dandruff. ' Keeps hair
soft and glossy. It not a dye.
Guaranteed perfectly pure.'
ll Kn. Newark. N. I.
30o. bottlos. nil druggets
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for yea ra was a amrk for everything
from ribald Jests to bloodthirsty mos
qultoe. He finally retired from rail
road work, bought a wig and settled
down on his well-earned chicken farm
near French Lick . Springe, Indiana.
There was a general demand on the
coaat. in the nature of a railroad post
mortem, for hla picture and when the
photograph appeared Mr. Jenkins' arid
peak was decorated with a toupee that
made the , long-haired scoffer rave
with envy.
The -transformation moved hi old
friend K. O. McCormlck to poetry, and
the Well-remembered .bald head ha been
embalmed in the following verse from
th talented Southern Paclflo official:
. Jenkins' Hair.
Uhe hair that Jenktna grew before
; We aim to be moat kind
He brushed ao hard he brushed the lock
-That grew before behind. . : a
But now w4 see his noble brow
Adorned with locks galore, '
Bo we presume he brushed the locks
That grew behind before. '
Moorish - and Turkish ' design in
Brauer'a hanxl-palnted china. Metxger'a.
DOWN FORTY-FOOT V '
GRADE; NOT HURT
(SsecUl Dhisatck to The JoaraaLl
Spokane. Wash., Aug. S. Mrs. C. H.
Graves wss thrown from her buggv
with her child while returning from
Wenatchee, by the running away of her
team. The buggy upaet and threw her
down a 40-foot grade, but ahe waa not
seriously hurt. .
Tomorrow And Saturday, last day to
receive discount on west aid gaa bUla,
MARKSMEN WILL
, SHOOT TO Will
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Sharpshooters of 0. N. 0.
Leave Sunday to Com-;
: V pete in East. ' .
Fully determined that Oregon shall be
listed amour the winners at - the Na
tional" Rifle competition, to be held at
Camp Perry, Ohio, commencing Au
gust It. sharpshooter of the Oregon
National Guard. II strong, will leave In
a special car over the O. R." N. next
Sunday evening; destined for the eaat
Following the competitive atate shoot
which waa recently held at Roaeburg to
determine who ahould represent the
Beaver atate at the Ohio ' meet, Adjutant-General
Flnser yeaterday an
nounced, the personnel of the--team.
Those selected to compete with the
crack shots of the United States, Eng
land ana lanaaa, are:
Caotain F. B. Hamlin. Captain R. O.
Scott, Captain W. M. Denny, First Lieu
tenant G. B. Houck (team coach). Ser
geant V. S. Howard. Sergeant A. A.
tich warts. Sergeant F. O. Stewart, Ser
geant A.-Q. Johnson, Sergeant H. H.
R. L. Perdew, Corporal H. Dickie, Pri
vate B. V. Flelda'and Private Aiexandar
Ferguson. ,
In addition three orncers and a
marksman are yet to be named. Gen
eral Flnser Is to have command of tha
team and under his direction It Is safe
to assume that the Oregon bora In blue
will come home loaded down with
trophies.
Camp Perry whereV-Uie sharpshooters
are to meet is the newest and most
complete range in the 7nlted States. It
lies on the short of Lake Erie, near San
dusky, Ohio, and la admirably aultod for
ririe snooting.
If the state guardsmen finish In the
list or winners in me national tourna
ment they will have an opportunity of
competing with the Canadian and Eng
lish riflemen for the Pal ma tronhv to
be shot for on the Ottawa range at
ttocRcnire, ijanaaa.
It la expected that the team will be
absent for over a month&urlng which
time all expenaea of the trip wUl be met
by Uncle 8am.
FEDERAL PROSECUTORS
; PREPARE FOR WORK
(Jesrsal Special Servfce.)
, San - Francisco,: Aug. I. Ostensibly
upon official business connected, with
the prosecution of the Southern Pacific
railroad with Ihe view of forcing the
sale of the land grants It holds, united
Btates District Attorney Brlatol of port
land has been In thla city conferring
with United States Prosecutor Heney.
Prosecutor I.a wlor of southern Csll
fornla has also been here and haa start
ed for Portland. Mr. Bristol Is now on
his wny to Los Angnlea.
It la understood that the district
attorneys were Instructed by Mr. Heney
as to the wishes of Secretary Garfield,
but nothing haa been made p'ublto as to
the course which will be pursued.
Mr. Heney stated last night that he
hoped to be In Portland In October when
the land fraud prosecutions sre resumed
rref erred Stock Canned' Stool.
Allen Lewi' Beat Brand. '
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REG OH" property owners and merchants
suouid protect tbeir riato Ulass In an
Oregon insnrarice company. This insti
tution is an Association of twenty-two
well-known Portland business men united
for conservative transactions in the in
surance of Plate Olasa. Sfrnm llnilrr.
Liability and Accidents; also Indemnity Bonds. IU
rates are as advantageous and backing as sonrvl
any outsiue company. Oregon-made uionry f'
accrue to tho benefit of Oregon.
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