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Just Two Weeks More of the Most Reiharlcable Values Ever Offered!
Now comes the closing chapter ot one or tne most memoraDie Dargain events, m our scms " vw ...
phenomenal value-giving, for we have no alternative. We must dispose of all remaining stock regardless of any condition what
soever. These closing days of the great sale offer even sharper, more alluring reductions than the astonishing values which attracted
such throngs at the inception of this momentous sale., These additional sacrifices in prices are due to a further depletion of lines--more
odds and endsa natural sequence of the immense volume of business during the past month. We propose to make the climax
of this event one to be long remembered as a period for savings of a most exceptional characters These prices speak most eloquently
,.: concerning this earnestness of purpose. . ' . ' ., A
Broken lines of Men's
and Young Men's $18
and $20.00 SUITS'
how included at this
Complete lines of
regular $12.50, $15,
$16.50 and $18.50
At this low price you
can choose from com
plete lines of $20 and
$22.50 Suits, a saving
of 50 and over.,
Tailored in the latest fashion,,
.including a vast array, of pat-,
eras land cloths. ' ,
Suits at a saving of
$10 to $15 that's
what an invest
ment means now.
Many of these suits have silk
L linings the very finest fabrics
v m few" i
LOOK WHERE YOU VILL You'll Rnd No Values to Equal Thesc-THE GREATEST PANT SAIE
Tor tQ or rerikr $2.00 work n4 dreti
Panta, all abet, 20 style. Ini fact.- any
pair of pants offered oa thia pfe ara
lower fa. prioa than nmi Tlae4can-b
had anywhra in America todays
For inen'a Dreaa .Panta in new atylea,
with or without cttff bottom includ
ing all wool, worsteds, blue and black
cheriott and area, neat atyliih atnpea
and checks; Taluea tip to $3.50, all K
For men's fln Worsted Pants, in 30
distinct patterns; tha new pertop styles
are also represented in : this great lot
Values up to $3.30 and $4.00, all to go
at$2JS. . . : ." : -v.:.-;
For choice of 700 pairs inen'a fine wor
sted and silk mixed worsted Panta in
all the new. wanted styles; values np to
$4.50 are included in thia lot; choice at
onlytlU. . .
Gives yon choice of men's finest wor
sted Panta. newest fabrics; every pair
a $100 value, some , worth $6.00.' You
must see them. Choice, $3.45. - '
IN OUR HISTORY
Gives yon choice' of 800 paira-of men'a
finest dress Pants. The very best makes
on the market fine check worsteds, neat
stripes; blues,, blacks, etc, all to go at
$3.85. All worth $6.00 to $7.50. "
MENS FURNISHIISaS WILU BE' SOLt ; AT THE LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR
, k' - . . i w " an ttv I : An SMtef Sine : I ttTrTC CTTTT4 I am 1 - f.J
Tera aw recetar
Thai'a Q we are asktna
for . th- well-known
Oiiffon brand hlah
rada ll.t Shirt.: cut fa
attached or dotaohU.
Tor all ewrwlarlriiea,
Clu.tt. Star and Chloare
makM. of ragular fl.SS
Shirt. Tott all Jnow
what Clu.tt and Starr
Shirt are, tee.
Tor ehete of all . ear
r-alar It. - collar at
tached, Shirta; eUk, mo
hair and pong etyloas
made. v .
for tee orn rfbbvd.
for 0 hlo.-baL
for too Earptian.
- far Conrad A
'kodman'a SSo canaa
'at. . .
&&4 far all Jl.St
aradosi pink, hlua Casta,
THw tor rag. Ifo Hoa.
10 for roe. ! rm4a
13He for fanoy Boai
1 for all regular lie
294 for aU regaUr lee
grade. . .-
SELLCCC tl AUZ2ST
I alp pma
for Tie value.
for ll 9 valuoa.
for 11.10 valnoa.
IK for 10 valuoa.
15 tor IMS valuoa.
th Arronaut tan
aateoa fehlrto; union
mad; collars attacboA.
Boat value off .rod In
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For all our raaular II I
allk Shirt.: all color.;
collar, attached; hallo,
champagne, tan.' army
and white; all altk. Be
them In our windows.
$2.35 ' I , $2.8S
For all $5.00 Patent Oxfords, Button or
i , , . Blucher cut
For choice of finest shoes made values up
. , to $6.00.
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Your unlimited choice of any PANAMA
HAT in Our store now
relies $6.00, $7.50, $8.00 and . $10.00.
It will pay you to. buy one and keep it
for next season. : r
Your unlimited choice of any STRAW.
HAT in the house t, .
Values up . to $3.50. Sailort, - Split
Straws, Soft Straws, Milans, etc Best
values ever offered.
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JUncowncrs In Transvaal
Prefer Chinamen', and
V Kaffirs to Whites. . ;
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(Jtmraal 8plal lerrlea.)
- . Tn understand the
labor conflict on th Rand It 1 vieoes-
earr to rard it. "oi h .
a "lock-out." and as a Jock-out not from
. .ni. hut from a country.
" ,n"""w l.wnar. declare that the
British miners mu go. as their labor to
raoulred in the ralns. and their
- SraJno U lnlmlc.1 to the lntor.U of
, FiTIounlrV Thousands of miners sre
;?.?hbolr refualna to accept this 50
. ffi m nult and there the matter for
!h? J.nmnt A"u Meanwhll. akllled
?,ina with a xew white ovrraewre,
Chinese, " ' " th. nut.
"a Parnd on tbVo her m.n ."super
abundance of Indentured Kaffirs en
Jb""s the white man and the machine to
va'pr. t,t hav.-eon.lat-
im ' . . . T Z Tl-4leik aiinramaiv'f
US The "rltler "mtnW cn dl.pen.d
wUh and that mioh a chanffe will be the
aaJtlon of the Tranavwal. Neelleas
. fII. that bhlnd this patriotic view Is
in estimated aarlna In working ex
censes... ' 1- Air
Bed t thwart U treachery of the
Mimnnalluuuu and will turn this laat
effort f th flnanolera to, oust the
white man against themselves, irorx no
Chinese era to go and a rapidly. The
strike has made that doubly sure, for
the thousands of Englishmen under no
tice to quit now hold by repatriation
. 1 - . 1 . . . ..Kr.tlnn mnA the
government has a backing whloh will
enable them to make ehort work of the
system. Bo the treacherous cunning of
the eoemppolltans is going to work their
own urfoolng. They counted on the
Boers assisting them In ousting the
British, but their advancea have been
"PThe government has behind It a force
or inouaanua vt xi ... - -
. . . 1 . w.i 1 lu wnmmrm if
Demon asBinn. nmi. ....... M ,T
that force be prematurely dissipated It
.... ..-I ....... rt m .a 1. win I T V
Will DO BOinilli -.uun "
And th. labor .rmy now behind the
. i i.m.tmiA with tiinleA
tlon through atarvatlon. Already hun-
areo are iivina i. .
to continue the struggle to the utmost
limit, and despondency Is falling upon
the men with wives and families. Al
ready an exodu. la taking Place of those
mm, a in. laasa wak the.
hour In the struggle over the Chinese
serf system nas onn rmtiuon.
be now forthcoming from th people
of Oreat Britain to keep the army of
Britten workers holding the Rand for
the government against the forces cf
cosmopolitan finance a great and com
plete victory is eaaurea mu nu,.,.
will be achieved. If th miners are
beaten, the control of cosmopolitan
finance oxer tha Rand will be assurod
and It will be lmpoaalble for the gov
ernment to stand firm In the crisis that
repatriation will provoke. Never again
will an opportunity occur such as this
for breaking the fateful monnpoly con
trol over the gold fields which has bean
the cauae of so much mlaary. 1
Besides th. cabinet Of mtnteter. a
private cabinet may b" summoned and
consulted by th. emperor, composed of
a president end a vice-president Of th.
ministers and of 11 councilors.
Positively care wj
these lAllia ruia.
They also reDev We-
tress tram Dyspepsia. Ia
aigoeUota and Too Hoarty
Drowalneas. Bad Taste
la the Vouto, Coated
Tonne. Pain in the ataa,
TORPID LITER. Tnaj
neolate Ota Bowela, rnroVVoretabla.
Si'JUiPiLL S10LIP3SL sa&arr.:sL
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Genutns Must Bear
"tmiv aoarv o.aoa a ouwa"
Fave'-tlNOTOBD" sysl bottooholee.
Kaayisbauaa. Bines le kola.
eio. ie a ev n raev,.v.
One o! the f.Iost Attractive Deach Resorts
on the Pacific Coast Just Now b
' va th aaowBi f th 0tamMa Mtvev, en h VaaUnffton . .
aide, raahe from th Otty f attaaaa en tAefcj , ,
4 aplaaald emoaraten
.Steamer T; J.POTTER
II " . 1 1 smsi" aeiAffea Avmll -i ' S ' - "
XX ASOTT XOTB.
M im M in mils long, very broad and level and almoat aa
m.o VeoWposltlon pavement. Tt Is dotted Us .ntlr. length with
Wwi WeottaMUL enl cities, villas, fln hotels, and all th.
I?Tr.-. .JrT.nrlfia of a popular Bummer beaeh reeort IT TMM
itl'n TOOO forrlrt.tl heaTTh and a good time. Thousand ther
nm k.i Hummer outing. Try It. - . .. '
The Potter Sails Every Day
.... nont rnrsATS ajto nxoAta.
"'Tt. .. 8e published scheUulea. .-.
Pare From Portland, Round Trip, $4.00
1 Saturdays Monday Tickets 52.50
' v..n.ia tickets and mak reservations at City Ticket Office, Third
and iEhl&ia fVtAe'porUand; or Jnqulr of any a B. K. agent
laewber for InformaUoa. . ,.(
wm. toMXrmmAT, Oeaeral vaMeagw Ag-eat. TOmttAX. 0V I
- Has One of the Finest Beache
on the Pacific Coast
and Is ah Tv ' "..
IDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
It Is easily reached, is not an expensive place to visit, has ex
cellent hotel accommodationsaffords perfectly safe and delightful
' surf bathing and all sorts of beach pantime. auch as clam bake,
oyster hunts, fishing-, pebble and "shell gathering, etc., enjoys a
mild and inviting climate, picturesque scenery, and all the other at-
' trsctions that can be desired for recreation and pleasure.
NEWPORT is reached -by way of the Southern Pacific tn Al
bany or Corvallis. thence Corvallis & Eastern R. R. Train service
- daily and the trip a pleasure throughout. Leave Portland 8 a. m.
Rate from Portland $6.00 for the round trip. TkVeU c '
dally and good for return unfit October 31. There is at- a : rr-day-Monday
rate frm Portland of $J.C0. tirVet on !e . i sr'. '
good for return Mondays. CorrespondinKlr I'1 ri"? f '
other points. Call at the city ticket otace of the . ... -r-, ,
Third and WashinRton streets, in PortUn l. or at any . . i. .
elsewhere, for complete information.
WILLIAM McMUr-TMY. .
Ckneral Passenger Agent, Southern l'c...s .