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TniS OKEUOTT UAICT JOUirNAE, ' ruirTLATJD, THOTISDAY EVENlNa. AUGUST EV ICO
Financier Is Not Alarmed
; by Croakings of John D.
Rockefeller and the Other
Trust : Magnates Probe
:. Will Not Cause Panic.
' . (Jberael Special aerricaj ' ... .
New York. Aug. !. Mr. Henry G
j Friek, on of th dominant figures In
the steel world a man who always baa
", hla finger upon th ral bu lines puis
; J of ths community 4a In - no wis
alarmed by Mr. Rockefeller reoent
, pesslmlstlo prediction of financial dls-
. aster. Mr. rriclc, probably next to An
drew Carnegie th rlcbaat man In tha
J tel crowd, la not on of th flaanclar
, who mak a specialty of sneering at th
president or these unitea eiates.
' Whan asked for his vlw On th bust
, ness situation. It waa with reluctane
, that be gave thm. Mr.- Frick la no
, hunter after printer a ink.
l "1 And nothing." aald ha. "In nndarly-
. Ing condition to warrant th apparent
- ' ' great lack of confidence in business
fenerally, which now aeema prevsleat.
f there la anything to justify that feel-
.' ing In -trade condition, i ao not see it.
' . T'I ran understand th vacua, but real.
tinssttlement of sentiment .created by
current agitation airalnat corporation a.
f but thla is In a moasur apart from real
conditions and le capable or correc
. tion. I believe myself, and always
have. In tha correction of abuses,
" whether corporate or individual, but I
: feel that such car ahould be exercleed
in doing thl that only tn wrongdoer
v should offer.
"Now that th government is deter
" mined to enforce laws hitherto dormant,
' would it not be well that action of tha
; past, aanctloned by custom and usage
at that time, ahould not be called Into
i queatlon under the new order of thing,
but that auch aetlvlty as th govern
ment has ehown should b 'taken as avl
' deno of Us Intentions as to th futur
and serv as a fair warning to th man-
. agementn-of all corporation? ; k
, "Of oonr, where corporation are
tlU acting outside of th law, un
knowingly. It la to be expected that they
-' ; should be et right, but I am sure that
can b aoeompllshed without harm to
, any one. and without th least Injury to
credit, if the situation la properly and
Intelligently bandied by th admlntetra-
, tion," '.,;.
(Continued from Pag One.)
Pmall of th telegraphers' anion from
broker operators in th south and west
which has altered th situation consid
erably. The telegram complained that the
quotation from New York. Chicago and
rtew Orleans are oeing nanaiea s
"scab" operators over "scab" wires an
urging' that every broker's telegrapher
In the country be called out. .
Between 100 and 1,000 operators as
sembled in tfverett hall yesterday art
ernoon and cheered tb report that
were read to them from varloue parts
of the country. President Small mad
tb principal address. In it he said: .
"If ws stand by that word 'stick' they
win oe mci. cveryining is in excel
lent shape, and before many days more
we win tie up every oroser ornc it
the country, tla un the Standard nil
company and every business that re
fuses to consider our lust demands.
This la not a boast or a threat. ut .
plain statement of what w know we
osn oo now."
President Small announced that he
waa thoroughly in touch with th gen-
ernl eiriite eltuation and the company
officials were weakening. Of the West
ern Union surplus of 111.000,000. h
said at least ts.G00.u0a had alreari
been expended In the fight, and that If
in airiK last, another two weeks th
company, will not be able tn th
guaranteed dividends on acquired roo
. It Is reported that Oeorr J. Gould has
left Europe for th United. Stale to
direct th company' fight
It was announced after th regular
000,009 fund to be raised by th atrlk
era would b devoted to bringing about
government ownership, of th telegraph
it.A"J"0 nnonnced that (b anion
""J! !H telfram now In its possession
which bad been sent by mail. On of
""" r" message sent by a broker
from Beattl and had been seven day
m yi. man. , ,
TIE-UP GROWS WORSE.
Companies Having Greater Difficulty
Thaa at Any Ttme) Before.
(Josraal Special Servlee.)
Chicago, Aug. tt. Greater difficulty
Is being xprlneed by tb telegraph
companlea in working their wires today
than at any time previous sine th
strike began. Incompetent operator!
burn out tb oircttlts and strike aympa-
thlaera Interfere. Mnitantlv. -
John Jtux, a Postal operator at Watt
kegan. Wisconsin, was soared away
from his ky last night and the office
Closed. , laul reruaed to strike, u
though ' the Western Union operator
all went out A committee from Chi
cago started Jto se Laux yesterday, but
h ran away when th strikers appeared
ai nis ooor. ljiux nid unoer a oarn un
til tha union men had left, and will not
return to work. Before leaving tn of
fice th strikers nailed a also across
th door bearing th word scab" la
large letters. -
lioth eomnanlaa assart that ther are
nanaimg business without - aimcuity.
but It Is learned at union headquarters
that sotual conditions are more con
gested than at any time alnce tha strike
was ordered. The strikers declare th
companies are Bearing the and of their
fight and that they muat capitulate
soon. Ther have been no desertion
from th union ranks, and th striker
The Western Union office at Ark an.
Baa city. Kaneaa. was burned laat nla-ht.
Officials of th company are trying to
how that it vii burned by union lyn-
jamisers, out it is conclusively shown
.nat linortno or nonunion Anaretnre in
handling th wires caused th conflagration.
DR. COE TSAIXS
(Continued from Pag On.)
Until recently Dr. foe has had little
to say resardlne' tha nolle v of President
Booaevelt or of others, but'slnc hi re
cent eastern trip h uas bash unllmber
ing th gun of bis oratory and several
days ago at an oast slds political club
meeting made In detail the real political
ft wmi oi me .nepuotican program,
At that time he aald publfo sentiment
xorecast or the Republican program.
- At that time ha aaM nnhlfn auntlm
would form such a mighty wall in ltOI
that Roosevelt would be swept Into sc.
liiit for Ton
llade lo Satisfy
Youll have to get your order
in between now and 10 o'clock
Saturdaj night. This is th
. wind-up week ol thia apeclal of.
Iitra Tronsen free
With Every Suit Costing
$22.50 or Uore .
Remember, Columbia uaorint'
is the highest class garment
proposition in town in every,
thing bat price.
Grant Pheglejr, Manager,
IILKS' ELDG, 7th 4 STARK
ceptlng th nomination for a Second
elective term by the mere fore of
opuiar ciamor. tit also said, whst
en tor Bourn has nreach.d before
election, that th plain people were
thinking and that aa a result Kooseveit
would be th only logical candidate.
Senator Bourn will ba home In a
short tims for a visit and during hla
etay will spread th second sleotlv
term - dootrln throughout th state.
It 1 expected and predicted that Dr.
Co will get Into th open just about
that time and Join tn th refrain of th
junior senator. In return for this, gos
sip saye that be will be given th sup
port and sympathy of Mr. Bourn In his
political tent pltohlng and vot har
vesting. i ; rolltloal Votpoarri.
What effect thla arrangement will
have IS a matter of speculation in po-
11 la 1 ikleutl&K As, ak. ... . w .
Mi vi u.7. tuts prsnnt iirtl it
Is conceded that Senator Fulton la In
tha front rank by himself. Ha haa a
This Prognostication as to
- Milwaukee Measurably
(Special Dtapatck t The Jesraal)
Tacoma. Aug. t. Tbs Taoom East
rn. railroad has begun tbs construction
of a railroad branch from Its lln at
point about four mile south of' the
rltv. uran the country to th right
of way of th Union fadflo line, which
it atrlk at th Nlaqually river two
miles from Telm. When completed th
branch will be about 1 miles in lengtn
and railroad men ber claim It la but
the commencement of a nw road that
will ha extended on into th rich timber
districts covering th Uray Harbor and
South Bend countries.
Th reason for th ' immediate con
struction of th lln to th Nlaaually 1
said to be twofold. Th Balulch Lumber
company la building a larg sawmill on
th river, and a new town. In which
certain Milwaukee railroad atockhold
rs ar Interested, 1 being laid out
Th fact that these people are Inter
ested in the town snd that President
A. J. Karllng of the Milwaukee has vis
ited the proposed site., together with
announcements he made While her that
th railroad shops of tb -road would
be located near Tacoma, leads to the
belief that they will be constructed at
The building of th road at tha In
stance of the Milwaukee people leads to
railroad men believing tn numerous
reports that have been made In th past
two years that tha Milwaukee had al
ready or would eventually abaorb th
Tacoma jtastern road.
positive strength throughout th state
rly outside of Multnomah
Th entrance of Mulkey and others
Into th race from Multnomah county
will offset th Fulton handicap in this
county and give bis outside strength
more of a chano to mak a showing.
Th appearance of tr. Co on th hori.
son band in hand with Senator Bourn
mna snanung in "second elective
wiu uuuDuess wors muon change,
but lust how no on seems to be able
to oalculat exaeUy. Th on thing
ur and certain, however, I that it
will add much sole and variety to th
contaat In th Republican ranks. .
BOBBER IS BEATEN
- (Continued from Pag On.)
' . t-rabbed my two arm
and held me tight. I pulled hla bat off
and struok him with it. snd then caught
hold of his oollar-band h wore no col
lar. When he saw that be could not
oeai ma down oeror 1 would receive
help, be gave a wrench and pulled awav,
but I'stni havs the piece of his shlri
which I had oaua-ht hold of " .
Mrs. Hamm then exhibited her spoils
, um. m Diug umca aerDy or cheap
roase, containing no initials but the
narks "I K. Special." and th plo
8h believe that ah can Identify her
aasallant, deoarlblng him as Bcandl
5'7',,Jia "bout It years old. of slight
build, and ona who inuli. iih .
TO MAKE INDUSTRIAL
' (BpecUl DtoiMtcb t The JesraaLI
sieaa is ueepiy interested in a plan
for th extension of Industrial educa
tion presented to th national house
of representatives at its last session by
Congressman C. R. Davis. In a letter
to Ui governor concerning bis propo
sition, Mr. Davis states: In this bill I
have undertaken to cam tha ni.n o?
education In agriculture and mechanic
arts. Inaugurated by tb congressional
land grant aot of lilt, to a much larger
number of people. The form of this
oiu recognises inai tn nign school la
th people eollese." It would m.ni
th mechanlo arts sduoatlon and bom
economics education, which has suc
cessfully gained a foothold In many city
high schools, to all cities. It would extend
to all state the agricultural high school
o successfully started ' In Minne
sota, ueorgia and other atatas. It would
provide numerous branch expsrlment
stations la connection with these
schools, thus extending th study of
farm management, th Improvement of
plants, th Improvement of animals, and
other Investigation in farming to all
uisiricis os aca stats.
COMPLAINT OF RAISE
IN SWITCHING CHARGE
' (Special PUnatch t t learaaLt
Olymnla, Wash., Aug. !. Th state
railroad commission has fixed another
bearing against the Northern Psolflo, to
be held st Olymnla September XL Two
complaints will be taken up.
The first Is that of H. A. Bumham.
for a spur track to his mill, near Rain
ier, In Thurston county.
The second complaint I that of th
Carstan packing company, on account
of an Inorea in th switching chars
ef slabwood hauled In carloads in th
Tacoma yards for years past It I
allgd that th Northern Paolfl has
made a charge f 11. 1 ft par car for
switching slabwood from th St. tmnl A
Tacoma Lumber company's mill' to th
plant of the Csrstena Faceting company,
dlsUno of 1(0 yard. On August II
It I alleged that thl swltohlng charge
wa raised to 11.50 per car, without any
previous notice given. Th complaint
demand that th former charge of 11.60
pr car be re to red. , .
i i i.
Tot th first time In the history of
ooai mining in Indiana eeversl hundred
miner wr recently fined It par day
r.wr.'JP 0," ,or n nnauihorUed
SUU by thaw rgaaiaaUo. , , .
i ' w
Session Follows American
Bar Convention at Port
(Jeers! BperU) lerrle.) .
Portland. Me Auk. !. BrlUlant
members of th bar and distinguished
Jurists and publicists of Amsrie-and
Europe filled tb asatmbly room of th
Ity hall today at th opening of the
twenty-fourth conference of the Inter
national Law asociatlon. Th meeting
follow that of th American Bar 'as
sociation, in session here th earlier part
of th week, and many of th distin
guished members of the American as
sociation have remained to take part In
the international association.
The International Law association
consists of eminent representatives of
the bench and bar of the civilised world.
It was formerly known aa th associa
tion for th reform and codification of
th law of nations. Th object for
which It waa orsanlsed at Brussels in
1871, just after tha work of th Ueneva
innunat was finished, was th advance
ment of International arbitration.
Among It presidents have been David
Dudley Field, former president of th
American Bar association, M. August
v issoinor oi urusseis, sur 'i ravers
Swiss, u. C. Lord Alverston and Mr.
Justice Kennedy of London, Commands
tor P. Boselll of Turin, Dr. R. Koch of
Berlin, Dr. Frederick Slevcklng of Ham
burg and F. V. N. Relcbmann of Trondh-
The honorary president of th confer
ence, Chief Justice Simeon El. Baldwin
or in supreme court of Connecticut.
caned tne gathering to order this morn.
log and delivered the Inaugural address.
The three subjects discussed during
the day war International arbitration,
divorce Jurisdiction and International
law and international trad.
Among those presenting papers wer
W. a. Smith of Philadelphia, Prince d
Casano of Rome, Dr. W. Elvana Darby
of London, Professor C. Noble Gregory
of the University of Iowa, A. C. Schro
der of Zurich, J. H. Balfour Browne, F.
C. of London and J. Arthur Barrett of
HflHGS OVER STAFF
Headquarters of Department
of Lakes Marked by. Death
Four Times in Year.
: (JevnaL pedal Servks.)
Chicago, Aug. 21. Som smaxlng fa
tality sems to bang above the head
quarters of tb staff of th department
of th lakes of th United States armv.
It was recalled at headquarters that th
acciaenuu electrocution or Brigadier
General William H. Caxtar'a aon Tuea.
day wa th fourth violent death thla
summer among the son of high offi
cers connected witn th department.
Oeneral Carter himself took note of
the black marks which ate wa record
ing against the members of the head
quarters staff, when word waa brought
him recently of the third violent death
suffered by some of hie officers.
. "It would seem ss if this office had
been marked by fat," be said at that
Th others killed In the last year
wnt. niunnipmu jiunee r . uruse, son
of Major Thomas Cruse, now quarter
master at Omaha; Ouy Eastman, son
oi iajor fTan . tutsunan. chief com
missary officer and Reginald Doddv son
of Lieutenant-Colonel O. A. Dodd, Oen
eral Carter's chief of staff.
v ROOSEVELT'S HABIT
Mesne! Bnaatal ImU I i
- Portland. M Aug. !. The finsl ses
sion of ths Amerioan Bar association
was thrown Into an uproar by ths at
tempt of George Whltlock of Baltimore
to put through a resolution condemning
President Roosvlt "for Interfering
wii.ii juuioiary. na narsniy criti
cised th president's criticism of Judge
Humphrey's decision In th beef oaae.
Alton B. Parker finally settled th
confusion and advised Whltlock to with
draw th resolution. Whltlnffe r.f,,.-
and Parker secured A. vot by a larg
majority to lay It on th table.
' eloa't mind hot weather.
. "There Reoi."
Read "Th Road to WllvllU,"
uuuiiuil : riddco
Beldinff's Amended Ordl
iiance Meets With Only
Wallaces Objection. ,
LABOR UNIONS ARE
, EXCLUDED FROM IT
Scandal Mongers Will Not Be Li
censed Under Bennett's Statuti
' Sanitary Companx Reqaeats Prlvl-
' leg. of Barninc Clty'e Garbage.
, Councilman Bsldlnf's amsndad antl
trust ordinance was again passed by
th city ' council yesterday . afternoon.
very member favoring It except Wal
lace, who maintain! that labor organ
lzatlona should not b exempted.
Tb original ordlnafic contained
clause which held that th provisions of
th ordlnancq should not apply to labor
unions, but this was held to- b Illegal,
and ths mayor vetoed It. When th
orainanc cam up yesterday th pro
vision was worded to iilmcl waaes In
stead of th workmen. Thar was no
discussion on th ordinance.
That anti-trust legislation la beconv
Ing popular In other cities la shown by
th action Of th Los Ansel city cov.
eminent, which has made a request for
a copy or the ordinance as passed yes
terday. It is very likely that Lo An
geles will follow th Initiative of Port
land in municipal anti-trust legtalatlon.
XAoease on oandal atoagera,
Bennett's ordinance licensing scandal
mongerlng was paased by th council
with few dlssantfns vot. In brlnclns
up th ordinance th father of tb meas
"Th last election ahowed ua that
good many people have 4t In for public
offlolal, and they ought to b mad to
pay omthlna-for th privilege of vent
ing their spleen. Some members of ths
sacred calling, I regret to say, are In
the habit of roasting nubile officials.
and I introduce thl ordinance particu
larly for their benefit. I got mine at
the last election."
In explaining my rots against this
o romance, said Baser, "1 snail aa
that It it hadn't been for tha routine-
got at the hands of som of th sacred
calling,- i would not bav been bar to-
asks tears- yranom .
Th Portland Ranitarv tmmnan tm
terday mad aDolication to th city
council for a 2S-year franchise to handle
tn city garbage. Tha company Is
wining to derive its Incom from fees.
Th '-dlnanc waa IntrndunaA bv Will.
throuaA request, and was referred to th
health board and th council committee
on health and police for consideration.
Previous requests for such franohls
have been turned down by the council.
Following Is the sohedule of rate th
company desires to charge:
For collecting on can weekly, 40
cant a montn; on can sml-weekly, 10
cents: two can weakly. 76 cants: two
can semi-weesiy. fl.io; ons can dally.
11.60: two cans dally. 14.60: additional
cans dally, $1.10; wast not la cans, 1
Th council gave Chief Camsbell of
th fir department leave of absence to
attend tne convention or tne interna
tional Asociatlon of Fir Chiefs, which
convene In Washington, p. (X, In Octo-
nersand granted mm iduo ror expenses
In making a trip to different cities to
stuay rire ngnting memod.
HARD KNOCK ON
Washington Supreme Court
Puts the Curb on a Pirat
V ical Contractor.
(Special DUcattB to Th XaersaL)
Olympla, Wash, Aug. t. A healthy
exampl of tb genuine, blown-In-th
botu Beatti spirit was reflected in a
case decided today by th supreme
eourt, wherein C. J. Erlckson wss an
pellant and Ferdinand Hochbourne. re
spondent. tricKson is a eeatti grad
ing contractor who appear to have been
snort ox wors some urn ago, and bav
ins hla outfit in th vicinity of a va
cant lot. owned by Hochbourne, proceed
ed to graae it and remove the dirt. He
went through the- formality of request
ing Hockbourn to sign a contract for
th work, but. Hochbourne refused to
Thereafter, at freauent Intervals.
Hochbourne notified Erlckson to re
move his grading outfit snd desist from
his work of removing the dirt from the
lot In queetlon. Krickson. however.
with the true Seattle spirit Of enter-
.nil -n.-OT, r. , Inn.t.. .
ahead with th work and completed -th
100. e men Drougnt suit to recover
the sum of tt.74i.ll for th "lmnrova-
Difm ox nocaDournt i 101.
Th supreme court showed sesnt sym
athv for ths Seattle snlrit as mint
en ted by Mr. Erlckson's enterprise. On
the contrary, the court says Mr. Erlck
son was a tresspasser snd that be la not
entitled to receive anything for the
worg ne aid in tne voluntary l
ment of Hochbourne's property.
Ths opinion is isoeieo "per curiam
and It is not for th pub
who wrote it.
FIGHTING FOR COPPER
. - r 1 '
iindsay Files Damage Suit
Against Colonel W. a
(Josrssl loeeUl I price.) '
Los Angeles, Aug. ll-With 1171,000
as a atska, two multl-mllllonalr oop-
per kings wiu flcht a bitter legal battle
la this oounty as a result of a suit
brought today by Lycurgu Llndaay of
thla city against Colonel W. C Oren
of Cananea. Mexico, now here.
Both have enormous interests at Ca
nanea. and Lindsay allege 17i,00 It
due him aa damages for a breach o
reement by ureene regarding the pur-
see or lo.unw snares oi biock in tne
Central Cananea Copper company.
Legal servlc was mad on Colonel
Ureen at hla hotel, but ha declined to
be interviewed and would make ao
Lindsay claim be paid Greens 110,000
rash for the rlsnt to purchase the etook.
Oreene to -turn the money over to the
company, whion wa to oenver the
share to them, and he filed a receipt
for th money, Lindsay alleaee the
company never got tb mony aor th
Twelv thousand dressmakers and la
dles' tailors, of whom 1,000 were women
nd girls, recently went on strlks for
otter condition In Vienna, Austria,
fter nine dare the dlsnut waa seined
favorably te tu trtkra.
If You Read Ttb.
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HANDLED BY FISH
(Jeorsal Special Brvlc.)
New Tork. Aug. The closing tn-
cldnt of a meeting of th board of di
rector of th nilnol Central vtrdav
afternoon was a personal encounter be
tween Stuyveaant Fish and hia succes
sor ss president of tb road, J. L. Har-nahsn.
Fish criticised Harnahan and accused
htm of being a tool of others on ths
board. This attack was replied to by
Harnahan passing Fish ths He, when the
latter seised his enemy and shook him. i
NEW SCHOOL SUITS
For Fall and Winter V
Qur great Ttxvcnilc Basement Department is
now overflowing with the finest assortment
of Boys' and Children's School Suits
have ever offered at the following prices :
Sailor Suits Russian Suits. Knickers arid
Double -Breasted in handsome effects at
$2,45 to $56i
S. W. Corner Fourth and IMorrison
In addition to th Bricklayer' and
Mason' International union the Broth
erhood of Railway Clerks is tsklng a
referendum vol to decide whether th
rder shall be affiliated with th Amrl.
can Federation of Labor. -
w. e iffisa
leading East Side Deparlment Store-Cor. Grand Av. and L Alder
Wwmen's 25c TYhlte
All altee and a
grade; special at..
Ton Have Use for
tl.T tult Casis Good,
sightly. t4-lnoh Suit
Casea: strongly made,
with brass lock snd bolts,
leather handles; removal
sals price. Sl.lO
Hen's flM Umbrellas
Ther 1 no need to sro
without an .Umbrella
when yon can get these
Tl-lnch self-opening Um
brellas, warranted fast
black covering of dur
able quality; special
file Qariori Call
To Vortlaad'a shoppers somndsd ta emt adrrtlaBBat last
SCosday has bsen responded to with th rush of those
prepared to battle. The kattls with time. Shopper all
siminr Is be first ta erder to havs ta greases i variety
to choose from and ens elarks eaSeavoriur So wal nsoa
patron jspelltionsly sad satlsf sjotsrlly. . The great -moval
Bale is rapidly drawing to a ale, bat there sttU
remain a ilsuud opportunity for those who oonae at th
eleventh hoar. All of so stoch first-class thomga ska,
tared as to assortment, eto. is offered as th saerlfies
Imposed wpoa as fey tn oatraetvr failure to deliver Into
oar possession as perfect new store at Bast Morrison
street and Union Bvesne en tint. Boat delay sutothes
day. Zf yon ars planning to come, he ear to com bef or
th contractors say to ost "Mere Is yomr new store, reevdy
to move Into." We will fee riad n that day, and snean.
while w are effsnng yon noaabsrl feargalne in every
department anongh to tUl make ths hsarts glad for all
who haw seen prooraatlnatias. Oosa today, tomorrow
or th next day and aatu we eaa boot, ana gather ta
som ef ta eaoloe morsels offered at this always depend
abl tor. -
Try for Hie Prize
Offered by th East ld
Business Men s Club for
ther best slogan or short
catch phrase to b adopt
ed by th club, , t ;
OPKN TO AXJ ,V
Tbe Boys Tf HI Be
DellflWed , u
Boys' tVUO Oassimsr
sits i All-wool Oregon
Casslmer Suits In three
new fall patterns; vary
strongly tnsde; slss to
It years; extra 14. SO va
riety, the ault, at.S3.48
Boy & Cap- New
stock In asaorted color ;
all good 260 Caps at.
each , ,.15
Ii the Railroads Were Slower
la delivering merchandise Intended for our new store
we would save many a dollar. '
Yon Would Not Get tbe Benefit
Of many bargain, however, which we ar now com
pelled to offer aa the easiest and best method to
take care of the goods which arrive daily.
New Pleated Black
Worth $5.09 and $5.50
Bilk band trimmed black Panama Skirt of the ap-
froachlng season's best styles. Just received from
he makers in tlms to give you th IS CI Ot
and tS IO grades, at, each,.,....,
Our Shoe Values Caiinol
A stylish line of Women' Hboes for dresaand dally
wear, in vlci kid and patent colt leathers. Including
th famous B. P. Reed 13.60 fihoes, OooU- my Oft
yar welt and hand-turned aol. ''V
$3.50 and $4 Crawford Shoes
Ar worn by men who" appreciate tbe comfort, styl
snd wesrlng quality these shoes furnish to th
wearer. We have them in patent leather, gun metal,
kid, box calf and all approved atyles. Thl week
you may select your choice in the and sjlO Oft
othsr mskes at only, th pair.. ,e77V
ia.Be aad ta 00 Van Oafords.
I2.SO n ta.TS ratent Oxfords.
W.00 git suippers.
These ar reoreaented In on or another
sea eon' styles In broken assortments, but prsctlo
elty all slse In some style. Removal I AQ
ale price, the pair aaa7
Men Iilte to Trade Here
They feel sur of getting their money's worth at H
times and their confidence In - th management baa
never been shaken by Inflated values. That a why they
fiatropla ths Removal Bale so extensively. They realls
hat thla sal actually means a aaving worth having.
T8 Ken's Bight Shirts Neatly embroidered front full
length and width, all slies; best 7o quality Night
Shirts during this sal at, each 48e
Ber Is a Wlnnsr Msn's llght-wlght Underwear;
motly Shirts left odd slses; ths regulsr 0o goods;
picked over until only a few full suits ar bar; take
your pick, the. garment at.,.,..., .254
TB feces' unlandrd Whit Shirts These would be
worth ft laundered. They are open front and back, -with
linen bosom and band; Uts It to apeclal
thl week at each , ...491
tB snepsadsT . A splendid variety of th beat ltd
Buspender. with leather or web ends; worth th regular
price, but they ar included during thl. sal at... .21)
$12.50 to $15.00 Men's Suits
There are of good quality easslmere, but ths assort
ment er sises ana styles is broken, yet whst sr left
nnnslst ,of good pattern in sires 14 to ta
all well made and .well finished
sal price, the eult
Removal T nt
, , , ,w
Women's Lace Oose
Women's Laos Kos 2So snd lEo values: all black Is re
and black lac with embroidered front; Removal Hal N
price, in pair v., a. ;
klM Blaok Moreen underskirts Thess sr braid
trimmed and have wide ruffle; good .'Value at regular
prlc; Removal Bale price...,.,..!,'.,.,.,,. 884
9c Outing Flannel
A larg assortment of pattsrns snd color In splendid
Quality Outing Flannel; just th thing for th Alc
approaching season's sewing bee; special, yard... v3
a Back Toweling Bleaohed Cotton Iluck, Toweling, IT
Inches wide; tbe to quality at, the yard Be
S Bleached gheet The measure 78x90 Inches and
are hemmed ready for use; Removal Sal price.... 4T
TBe Cotton Blankets Th usual 10-4 gray Blankets,
sold regularly at io. you win una .us ror ",c
them in many different ways at.
To Chefcd On tins Tlanasl Ttfu can wll afford to
buy thl at, the yard...., ...........Be'
75c Men's Goli Shirts
A full line of Men' Oolf Shirt juat In, a little) ahead of th
opening of our new tore. No room for thm here aa yet.
Bo they go, along with all other good. Th pattern are
good and perfect a In th ti lt kind. Detached cuff. Wall
worth th regular prlc., j.
Friday and Saturday Only
- 49c Each ; y
Women's $2.00 White
Hand-turned soles, plain toe, silk-ribbed
laces, sties I ' to t. ., .
i"j a na .v "-a
tnaay ana saiuraay umy
v- 99c ;