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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, . 1807.
30,000 M3S3s W
iia&eF Sale f Great!; flMpbytainice to Meier lraiitrStoire' Pafeposii
$5.00 to $
20.00 UndersMrts at Half Regular Prices-$ 1 .50 to $ 1 2.00 Gowns at Half Rcgdar Pricsa
$1.50 to $
7.50 Drawers at Half Regular Prices $2 to $600 Corset Covers at Half Regular Prices
Tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock the doors swing open 6n the greatest tale of Muslin -Underwear in : the store's hlstory--Not the
greatest in quantity but by far the greatest in valueReally phenomenal bargains in the highest grade undermuslins America pro
duces This immense lot of 30,000 garments purchased by our underwear buyer four" weeks ago while on her semi-annual trip ;
to the leading manufacturers in the New England statesMuslin Underwear made by manufacturer whose product you've been
buying tiere for many years, with the greatest satisfaction The materials, trimmings and make are beyond all criticism Under-
wear of attractive style and superior qualityAll new, clean, fresh merchandise, made by experienced help under the most sani
tary conditions Underwear bargains that will appeal with great force to the best buyers in the community The sale starts Tues
day morning at 8 o'clock and continues through the week Extra salespeople and cashiers insure prompt service to all who wish
to share in these matchless offerings Plan to be here bright and early tomorrow morning and share in the marvelous opportuni
ties. Mail orders promptly and carefully filled. 'v:.: ' " , . v VV j - yy : V ,i 1 '.-V: ':
SEE FIFTH STREET WINDOW
$5 TO $20 VALUES
HALF REG. PRICES
5,000 higli-class" novelty long
white Underikirti, midt of
fine lawns ,' and cambrics,
with extra wide flounces of
Iac and embroidery lnser
tion and clutters of fine
tucks, headings and ribbons;
all new,: pretty' styles in i
great assortment; white Pet
ticoats selling regularly at
prices ranging front $6.00 to
$20 a garment; yonr choice
while they last at.
Half Reg. Pried
See Sth st window display.
HALF REG. PRICES
S,000woieti'e f inecambric
nd nainsook Drawers,
trimmed In very fine laces,
nd -' embroidery . edgings,,
xlmiext oi turks,Jbeadiog,sn!l
ribbon; made wide umbrella
style; also great number of
the wide "Vaasar" Drawers,
which answer for short skirt
as well as drawers; all new,
dainty styles; values ranging
from $1.50 to $7.50 a pair;
your choice at, half regular
prices. 'Take advantage.; -
Half Reg. Price
SI. 50 TO $13 VALS:
HALF REG. PRICES
5.000", women's --cambric - and
nainsook ' Nightgowns, low,
round and square necks;
fclgh, V ' and round neck
styles; open " and " dosed
full widths and lengths;' a
great variety pretty styles,
trimmed in fine embroideries
and lace edgings, insertions,
medallions, headings and rib
bons; $1.50 to $12.00 values,
on sale at one half the regu
lar prices. i - ,'
Half Reg. Price
Take advantage; floor. .'
S3 - 6 Corset Cover.
$2.50-$ 13.50 Chemise
HALF REG. PRICES
3,000 women's fine nainsook
and cambric Corset Covers,
trimmed in fine embroderies
and lace edgings, tucks and
insertion; full fronts; great
assortment of pretty styles,
Half Reg. Price
Women's nainsook and cam
bric Chemise and combina
tion garments, trimmed vin
fine laces and embroideries,
clusters of tucks and inser
tion; plain and trimmed
skirts $2.50 to $13.50 values,
1000$ 14 Ostrich Phmies $6.98
Black, White and Colors Offered
In the Millinery department
tomorrow morning another sen
sational offering of magnificent
new ostrich plumes at less
than one " half their ' value-
1,000 of them in the lot, every
one $14.00 value Your choice
Tuesday, Wednesday an d
Thursday at $6.981 each. These,
plumes .are all the finest Im
ported feathers, selected stock!'
of the highest grade, full 19
inches long Colors are black.
white, brown, champagne, light
blue and pink Ostrich plumes
will - be -the popular - hat trim-.
ming this fall and winter ,
r No- woman ft f g
can afford to pass by this extraordinary bargain. V B W
$14.00 values Choice at this low price. . . ; ... ; . ; . . . .
See Fifth Street Window Display All Mail Orders Carefully Filled.
All Colors and Splendid Values
HI LI I! Jll'k -w---
i i a ui a - va m
In the silk department for tomorrow, Wed
nesday and Thursday 10,000 yards of fine
quality taffeta silk to be sold at a very low
price Taffeta silk of superior weight and
strength A quality other stores ask you to
pay 85cror $1 theyard for-The-Colors in
clude pink, light blue,-reseda, white, navy.
niler grays, brown arid garnet Good width.
Our best 78c aualitv Buv all ' :
price, the yard....:....,'.7;.:i
AH MairOrders' Wilt Be CarefullyFlHedr
$ 2 Linen Scarfs for 57c Each
In the Art Departments-Third floor, special lot of Hemstitched Linen Squares and
Scarfs, all linen, 30x30-inch, 36x36-inch. 18x45-inch and 18x54-inch; goodfff
assortment; values up to $2 each, on sale at this special price, each..... .Wat V
Broken line of fancy Squares, Scarfs, Centerpieces, Doilies, Bags, etc.; values
ranging from 25c up to $5; at this special price, each.... ..ONE HALF PRICE
Special lot of stamped and tinted Linen Centers25c and 35c values, at, each 0
Fancy Scrim Pillow Ruffles, that will wash; 4yi yard pieces; 75c values, at.. 45
75c Chiffon Veilings 26c Yard
50c French Ribbons 35c Yard
7 Tomorrow an exceptional offering of 1,009 yard of beautiful quality chiffon vil
ng, full regular wldtb. In black, wblta and all tha leading ahadea, aolld color and
ahaded effect ; valuaa up to 75c the yard; your choice at thla unuaually low price,
the yard. (Mall order promptly filled.)..,... 264
S.000 yard of heavy all flk French Faille fclbbona, full mix Inchee wide; Juet the
Ribbon yon want for making- th bl bow for fluffy ruffle hate; black, white,
brown, navy, green, red, blue, Nile, lilac, ate.; beat SOe value for, the yard....35
$2 Dress Nets Reduced to $1.19
75c Embroideries on Sale at 25c a Yard
13c Torchon Laces Only 5c the Yard
1,000 yards of 45-inch Dress Nets, in white,
cream snd ecru; splendid - quality; $2.00
value, for a few days only it, CI OQ
this low sale price, yard -,,. V r
2,000 yards of white-and cream embroidered
-Nets for -waisting; very-pretty styles, 45
inch; values to $1.50 yard; choice QO-
at, the yard...... .7UC ;
3,000 yards of Swiss and cambric Embroi- -dery
Edging and Insertion; English eyelet s
and blind work designs; widths from 2 to -10
inches; values up to 75c; roar
""choice," snhis low lrice,"yard.T7rewl
10,000 yards machine-made Torchon Lace
and Insertion 1 to 4-inch; values to CT
-12c yard, at this low-price, yard .,.J C
AVhite and cream net top Laces for dress
trimmings, on- sale at the following prices:
35c values, yd..9 60c values, yd.. 38
$1.00 -rslaevy4.ftt- $15-values, yd.8T
Best regular $1.50 values, on sale at f l.OS
The new Laces now ready for your chooe- -.ing.
-Largest - snd handsomest - collection
ever shown in the city. 7
$ 1 and $1.25 Plaid Dress Goods at 79c
1 ' 1 1 a " ,.
Plaid Dress Materials are to be all the rage this fall and winter, and, as usual, our
big Dress Goods store announces a timely offering of 5,000 yards of the best Eng
lish, French and German Novelty Wool Plaid Dress Goods, in an endless variety
of colorings and combinations, including materials for waists, shirtwaist suits,
skirts, misses' and children's dresses and coats;, regular $1.00 and $1.25 TO-
values; your choice at this special low price, the yard take advantage.,.? 7C
Sale Rogers "1 847" Silverware
CHEAT BARGAINS IN N1CKELWARE
"1847" Tablespoons, plain fk f Q
or fancy patt'rns, set of 6. vav 1 7
"1847 Dessert Spoons, set of 6. 1 1.94
"1847 Teaspoons, set of 6... .f 1.08
"1847". Medium Forks, set of 6.. 92.19
"1847" Salad Forks, set of 6... f 3.57
"1847" Oyster Forks, set of 6... l.TT
"1847" Coffee Spoons, set of 6..f 1.2T
"1847" Orange Spoons, set of 6.. f 1.69
Gravy Ladles, on sale at, each..T9e
Pie Servers, special at, each.. f 1.64
elly Spoons st this low price, ea B94
terry Spoons at this special price 894
cold Meat forks, on sale at, each?
Sugar Shells, specially priced at..39
Cream Ladles, on sale at, special.. B9
Butter Knives at this sp'L price. .42
No. 7 Nickel Tea Kettles, for, ea. 99
No. 8 Nickel Teakettles for, ea. f 1.13
Nickel Teapots, ea., 99c, 81c. 87c, T9S
4 Sixes Nickel Coffee Pots as follows:
$1.00 values, T9 $1.10 Ytiutm 8Te
$1.15 yalues, 91f $15 values, 94
' THIS JOURNAL AT RESORT
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Rubaeiiber ean have Tlie Journal de
livered at tbe reenter rate at the fol
lowing reaorts by notifying- th aventa
at th various place mentioned. Sub
aeiiptlon by mail are payable I ad
vance: OREGON TIKSORT& i
Oearhart Park.... P. 1. Rtrnck
Hot Iak.........Hot Lake Sanltarlem
Wtlholt gprina T. W. McLeraa
r WASHINGTON RE80RTS.
Boyd Son and Mineral Spring rlotel
Cascade Bprlnaa. Tbonaa Moffelt
Collin Spring. ....... ...C, T. Belcher
Ilwaeo XeaI Cob
Marnhall St Pottenger and O. A. Smith
Nahcotta H. J. Brown
Oceen Park Matthew Thedford
Seevlew ..-. Frank K. Strauhal
Th Breaker.. Th Breakera Hotel
TONIGHTS AMUSEMEXT8. -
The Jelllg "The Comedy of Error. "
Muam.. ......... ..."The Serenade"
i.plre. ....... . ...... "A Texa Ranger"
lmkr...., ...Th Woman in the Ca
I,rric Jm of the Bar-Z Bench"
Star. "The City ef New Torlc"
Th Oak .........aw. P. car
Athletle Park Baarhall. donblaheader.
- v Portland v. Oakland. 1p.m.
VT. aoa Jfcirm. . v iinur , vnii it, who
hnve been touring th orient t inlying
the frlum trefflc, will return ti Port
1 ' : j t.,: week. Dr. Crefie U th ea-
rerlntendent of th International R
orm Aaeocletlon bureau, wltb head
quarter! In Washington, D. and will
reach Portland Saturday. He will apeak
at th Flrat Prenbyterlan church neat
Bunday on th opium traffic After
leaving; Portland Dr. and Mr. Craft
will lecture through th east on their
way to Washington. -
Waiting your turn at th barber" 1
valuable time wasted and count tip In
a year. Life I ahort at th moat, ao
make th moat of It. Q to Albert
Bernl, th druggist,, til Washington
atreet, and get on of hi guaranteed
having outfit. Bare time and money
bealdea enjoying th pleasur and aat
lafactlon that goe to th man that
: Th Portland Auction company an
nounce In today's iu that ther will
be an auction of th furnishing of trt
realdence at 114 Davie street between
Sixth and Seventh streeta. Th furni
ture I new and of splendid selection,
Wednesday, September 11, at 10 a. m.
harp, i th hour set for th aal.
It Is la everybody's mouth. Children
Just lov tt It 1 th talk of -the
town. It . make th weak strong.
Everybody is talking about It It is
good enough (or the Whit Bouse.
What! Of eouraa. "Golden Grain
th 1 per cent pure cereal
Water through ho for sprinkling
yard or sidewalk or wkahlng porch
or windows must be paid for In advance
and used only between tn hour of I
and s a, m and t and f p. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets. It
used contrary to thee rules, or waste
fuJly. It wll be hut oft
Th position of assistant pastor of
th First Presbyterian church, whloh
ha been vacant sine the reatgnatlnn
of Rev. TX H. Hare, ha been filled by
the selection of William II. .Phelp B.
A., of Iowa. Mr. Phelps Is a graduate
of I'oe college and has eomp)ete4 on
year of his theoretical eour. ii
come of a ministerial family, his father
being on of th strong preacher of
th middle west and formerly prealdent
of Poe college. Mr. Phelp come high
ly recommended. ... . v
For liquor phone th Family Lin. u or
Store. J. E. Kelly, successor to Caswell
St Kelly. 114 Morrison street corner
park. Both phone Pacific, Main 21.
and Horn. A-1101.
Steamer Jess Harkin. for Camaa,
Washougal and way landing, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leave Washington street
dock at I p. m.
' Today 1 Oregon City day at "Golden
Grain Granule booth, where It I
erred to thirsty mouth free of charge.
Navajo Indian blanket. Ill Sixth t
Alaska Indian baskets. Ill Sixth St.
t Eastman kodaks. Ill fiixtk street.
' II.I1S bay fractional lot ea earltne.
with houa renting for IIS month. In
quire of Sengstak Lyman, to Fifth
tract. . .. . , -,
School hoe that wear and fit well
at Ronthl'a. . i ' .
Beat value In school shoe at Rosen
thal' a :
Woman' Exchange, lit Tenth street,
lunch 11:19 to S; buslnes men's lunch.
Acme Oil Co. sell safety coal oil and
fin gaaolin. Phon Eaai TSt; B-1SSI.
Diamond. Watches Beck's. 101 Alder
! D- Chamber, eptlolaa, lit Seventh. .
. Berger lgn 114 TamhUl phone.
Bark Tonic for rheamatlsm. '
COURSE OF STUDY
Departments Will Permit
Greater Scope pf Work
During Coming Year.
For !o eall Mala 114 or A-I14S.
Delivery company. 111 Stark at.
Today and tomorrow will b th last
day of discount a weet ld gas bill,
In addition to elasslfylng the stand
ing; of stodsnta In th high and, ele
mentary schools of Portland, th course
of atudy, which ha Just been received
from th printer, shows that th vari
ous department have been enlarged to
permit of doing mors efficient werk this
year. Important changes have been
mad in th eewlng, muato and manual
training branch .of th eohool our
riculum. " : -
When school opens Monday morning,
September IS. th pupil will commence
on work which 1 calculated batter to
flt them for their future calling, wheth.
r it be at horn. In basin, In th
profession or tn th fields.
Th cours of study cites that man
tra I n I n g, or constructive work. Is
not merely a band training, but I a
valuable aid In developing and bain no.
Ins the Intellectual id of th child.
broadening bis . field . of . activities and
making his work In th schoolroom
more real and essential.
Workshop practice oause quicken
ing of th senses of observation and
tbu th eye I more closely related to
the hand: tha hand, being ayatematlcally
trained, becomes a servant to th mind.
Habits of nentnesa, accuracy and con
centration are engendered by manual
training as In few other conraes of
study. The vsrlou lesson In wood
work are designed t Sustain th in
terest of th pupil and are ueptrbl
to such modification a will be re
quired to stimulate and develop th
creative faculties and th sens of form.
Th voice, th manual aaya. I on of
th moat valuable of tha child' pos
sessions ana it 1 in province or in
ichool authorities to eee that th glf
not abused. Loud, harsh tone,
trained throat mu solas, low pitch In th
firlmary grades and careless assignment
o part In th upper grades and high
school wfll be eliminated wherever they
occur. Tone need not be loud to be
full of life; tbey need not b soft to be
weet; they must be buoyant and float-
ing to b attractive, in thla depart
ment of the school work considerable
change will be made to include a
greater rang than vr befor at
ll.wlnr is onstdera a esse -sari mine--- advent ase.
equipment for a practical and accom
plished education for women, a it
teaches form, color and accuracy of
hand and mind, and It will be th func
tion of th school people to develop this
faculty of th girl pupil 4o a greater
degree than carried out heretofore. An
other department which Oi board 1
thinking of adopting, but which I not
referred to In th cours of atudy, la
domeatlo sclene. A-majority of th
board, mam her favor this branch of
sohool work and it will probably be
adopted at a tutur meeting.
BeaTer Creek Copper."
O. H. Poor, agent for th Champion
Oroup Mining company of Portland,
which own and ar developing a group
of 11 promising gold quarts claim on
Humbug creek, ha bonded from W. t.
Lwssetl tha Beaver Creep copper group,
consisting of 14 claim In Oak Bar dis
trict, about eeven mile southeast of ths
famous Blue Ledge copper mine. The
property covers shout three mile of a
copper ledge, and Is In the aam mineral
belt ae the Blue Ledge,
These claims have one of th finest
surfer showings of any copper body In
the county. The cropping of the le1ee
hew front (a to lu feet In . wlUth.
Th group contain lit acres snd Is
urroundwd by a large boj of timber
a fin a ther I In th eounty. The
unrounding Umber land ha been taken
up by outside parties. Garretson
springs ar only a half mil from Bea
ver creek, and fin water power can be
bad. - - .. .
Th contract provide for a two-year
working bond, and tha consideration la
fixed at S4S.000. The Champion Group
Mining company under th present
management, hv been advertising th
mining resource of Siskiyou county
vary extensively for several months
past in connection with their own
group on Humbug, and they can be de-
S ended upon to push development of
telr nw copper property Juat purchased.
Th eomany recently atarted tunnel
No. 4 an their Humbug group which
will tan th ledse at 100 feel Thla
tunnel will b used for a tram grade to
the mill, and at the same tlm open th
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