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THE OREGON .". DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. THURSDAY
EVENING, . SEPTEMBER 12. 1CC7.
ENORMOUS WHEAT CROP;
STARTS DOWN COLUflBIA
Bteamei ; J; N. Teal 7 Brings Season's First Shipment of
; Grain From Tipper River Hnge fc Tonnage Will Be
- Shipped to Europe This Year From This Port J "
" WhMt U1 lx sblppe from Portland
to Europ oa staiar. tale fall. th
irt (Mna for that bualnesa tor th
eason having been chartered this morn
ln. The thmI U th Btrmtheniik. MM
.' ton net register." which renUr
j th war at Port Glasgow an l, now
- en hr mtfata rarag around th World,
'having Itt Newport Nws. August s,
' for Iter Island "wOa a cargo t , aoal
' tttr the sovernmeat. ''"'i;
Tha fact that steamer ar being
' prseJ tnto aarrlca to. haul what for
1 Europ gos to Jndlcat fnrthar tha tm
( mens amount of wheat that will be set
afloat from thla port this season. Sail
ing vessels hav been chartered nearly
very 'day for sevsrsi waeks peat and
, there are bow bottom In sight to load
i hundreds of thousands of tone of wheat
before th -close of. th calendar year,
but etlll oaporters are after tonnage
and thsjr are paying good price to get
It. ' ' - ' T . ;
It waa stated this" morning on good
authority that th Strathsnrlk will get
t tl ahllllngs S pence a ton, which Is a
trifle less than that asked for sailing
Teasels near at hand. In thla connec
tion It might be stated that the Ger-
man bark Schubek waa chartered thla
morning by Taylor, Young Co. to
mrry wheat from thla port to tha United
Kingdom.- She Is sail to hav been
taken for at ahllllngs, the lower rate
being due 16 her being quite a ways off
, and unable to arrive before a couple of.
months at the beat, 8b waa last re
; ported at Valparaiso. . , !
Wheat la coming la livelier tills sea
son than last, although not as liberally
as desired, th railroads being unable to
furnish cars at the rate orders are
coming in. Much wheat will be sent to
tidewater by way of the Open River
Transportation company's servlo. which
haa already contracted with growers to
more soo.eOv sacka from points above
the portage road to Portland.
This will prove of Incalculable assist.
ance to tne exporters oeaavuse, -wren win
nmrm ararML thaw will ba able to -a at In
the neighborhood of . 1.(00 sacks . of
wheat every other day on the steamer
J. N. Teal. ' Yesterday morning this
?uantlty waa brought here by th Teal
rom Alderdalo and Roosevelt, new land,
lngs on th upper Columbia above the
portage road, and tomorrow tha Teal
will bring another cargo of the same
also. Thus the wheat steamer Teal
alone will bring 6,000 sacks Into the
warehouses along tha waterfront each
Oood ProspeoU fog Delivery. v.
" la -view of'th heavy " movement of
wheat from the upper Columbia river
haaln. tha ODen River Transportation
company has decided to Increase its fa
cilities aa soon a possible. To start
with a large barga will be placed On the
npper river between Arlington ana pa
llia, uoon which the farmer may load
their wheat for transportation . to
...... Newcastle. A.
...... Newcastle, A.
, ...... I v.- .-
urneu. r. bk..
Tram Bteamar Ba Bt
Elea. Nor. as. .......... .Baa Krnnelsc
f frlcan Monarch. Br. as. ..Japan
nveran. ur. aa Port LosAngeles
Ferndene, Br. str.", Ban Francisco
Terje Vlkan. Nor. as Baa Frenpleeo
Admiral itorreson. Nor. ss....."ao r.
Harkaton. Br. aa San Franlesco
Btrathenrlk. Br. ss....t.8sn Francisco
', OH Bteejnsrs J "
Maverick. Am. ss Baa Pranelaeo
W. 8. Porter. Am. ss .....Oavloto
Col. K. T. Drake, Am. as.. Ban Francisco
Ba Boat ta Ballast to Xroed Orala. .
Gael. Ft. bk. ........... ...Puget Bound
Turgot. Ft. bkr... ...... .-.Puget Bound
Miltonburn. fir. bk Banta Roaaila
Uumnreahire, Br. ah.. Port Ls Angeles
Bully, Fr. bk. ...... .....Baa Francisco
Celtlo Chief. Br. sb. ..(. .Honolulu
Admiral Corneuller, Fr. bk. ....Ban .Ft.
Btrathgryfa, Br. sh Callao
Castor, Br. sh...,. .Valparaiso
Noeml, Fr, bk. Seattle
Alsterkamp, Uer. sh Caleta Colosa
Bchubek, Oar, bk........... Valparaiso
LUMBER SHIP CMEN0.
Konregiaa fitcamer Admiral Bor
Tyrtnaou t Will Bo Her' Soon. 7,
i . i
Th Norwrgfaa steamer Admiral Bor
renaon left Ban Francisco Tuesday for
this port In ballsst, and shoulj arrive
Saturday, to load lumber for the orient
under charter to the North Pacific Lum
ber company. The tramp - will carry
about 1,000.000 feet
With grain freight hovering around
th ll-ahllllng mark, there are poor
prospects -for lumber exporters to get
wheat to Europe. The Yola
,ng Idle la the harbor sine
Cheap tonnage, and It Is supposed that
the heavy demand for gr.ln-carriara
will affect the foreign lumber ship
ments to a considerable extent, al
though It sometimes occurs that a ship
owner prefers to take lumber to grain.
He might nave an object In accepting
business at a reduced rate for a certain
destination, for Instance, where proa-
reuts for return cargoes may be par
It was rumored about the waterfront
thla morning that the Krltlah ehip Yola
bad been chartered to load lumber from
this port for South Africa, but th re
port could not b verified. That the
Ydta's ownere hav been dickering for
a lumber otugo Is said to be admitted,
but there are few who believe that any
one could afford to take the vessel for
lumber Wben sh has refueed II shir
lings ror wni
baa been lyln
the Ilrat of th year.
V" CXNEES FOR MACmXEItT.
Steam Schooner Gray Harbor WlH
Bo Completed ITero,
Th hull of tha new steam schooner
Orays Harbor arrived at tha wtiarf of
th Willamette Iron and Bteel Works last
night to hav her machinery Installed.
Bhe was built at Hoqulaxn for a Ban
Francleeo owner, . ' , ' .
This will be the fifth " new steam
schooner to be qulpped with machinery
by th Willamette Iron Steel Works
Teoently, the Jim Butler, Helene, J.
Marhoffer and Be having preceded her.
All of 'the craft hav turned out splen
didly for th lumber trad and th Port
land concern ha earned an enviable
reputation for th maohlnery and th
manner la which It haa been inatalled.
Th Be waa on her trial trip
dava n and will be ready to
loadlna her drat oargo In a I
be a in
Astoria, Or.,' Bept 11 Arrived at I
a. m Steamer Elmor. from Tillamook.
Arrived at :I0 and left up t earner
CHy of Panama, from Ban ranclsco.
Astoria. Or., BepU 11. Arrived down
at 1:30 and sailed at 1:10 p. m. Bteamar
Nome City, for Kedondo. Arrived at
1:2s p. m. Steamer Atlas with barge
No. f In tow, from Ban Francisco. Left
up at l:J0 p. m. Steamer Atlas. Balled
at 1:10 p. m. Schooner Alvena. for Ban
Pedro. Bailed at I p. m. Steamer North
land, for Redondo. Arrived at :40 p.
m. Schooner Balvator, from Ban Fraa-
Astoria, OrH Bept II. Condition of
the bar at I a. tn.. smooth! wind south,
east, -10 miles; weather, clear.
Tides at Astoria today: HigH yter
1:40 a. in., 7.4 feet; 1:50 p.m.. J,fj
Low water ; a. m, i.t feet; 10:11
p.' rn., .1 feet. . : .' .
Astoria. Sept II. Left up at f:0
a. m. steamehlo City of Panairta.
Ban Francisco, Bept U- Arrived this
morning steamar France A. Leggett,
with log raft In, tow. -
AtONO THK WATER fTlOITT
i H ; .: ''.'.,
Th Harrimaa liner City f Panama.
(Iptaln Nelson, will b at Alnawort'a
dock thla evening. She left up at M9
o'clock this morning. ,
The steamer Redondo was at. tb
bunkers this morning discharging coal
from Seattle. She will begin to load
thla afternoon in tlm .to get away for
Puget aound Saturday night.
' Th Union Oil rormany'e Urice steam
er Banta Rita, Captain JLMxun. arrived
up yesterday alternoon at the tor
nioutn tanka from ban Frsnclaeo. Ihla
is her first Visit here. Hie le of .
same else ss the Banta Maria, whl.-h
I ns been In the trade for mini time.
The Banta Rita will b .Inspected while
i n w Wnllsa. eovernment In
soeotor of hulls at San Francisco, is In
the city today visiting menu. ,
RESIGNATION OF '
KINCAID A SURPRISE
Kellevad .Relatlong Between 8nper
lntendeat and Board of Control
- .i Were Not Harmon lo us," -
, ' gpsell Dlipetek to The VwaaL '
Olympla, Wash.. Bept 11 The rslg
nation of U. F. Klnoald as superintend
nt or warden of th stat penitentiary
at Walla Wall earn aa a great sur-
srls to atat bous offlolals la Olympla,
It la the general opinion that It la th
result of f rlotlon la mor than on di
rection, as It Is known that relatione
between Klncald and certain members
of th state board of control hav not
been at all friendly or cordial.
Wben he waa a member of th board
of control, Klnoald did not get along
well with J. H. Davie, another member
n th. hn. rA and friction la Bald to
have continued between them to th
porta ire road, wnence it la nurriwi uuwn
tn line to aif maaj Hn
board th Teal for Portland.
Rxnortera were fearful all spring lest
.ip alt nation should nrov so serious
this fall that It would be Impossible to
ship 'even lr ,urop vum me wuw.
badlv. and 'for that reason they held off
chartering until very recently, when
light began to .appear sbsh ua ir
r.F AmvmrTm the roods ' became
PLAEi TO; ERECT
1, I '.
f , . -.
tr-'J V- f-
Hinde Rolph & Company Ex-t
. - pect to Locate Sooa ;;
' - in Portland, v 4
OPERATE LARGE FLEET
, OF SAILING VESSELS
Old San Francisco Firm Finds Ore
- . jon MetropoHs Coming to the
Front Rapidly and Win Divert Atvj
-. Hind.. Bolph! Co..""a large shipping.
Importing and exporting firm of Ban
Francisco, Is planning the location of
' tmaianee teoil tmnkerr hr or at ra
i; vorlt' point V th Columbia river.ln
th lmmeaiati frftur.- - On of thcom-
: pany'a representatives waa fcr - re-
.' eently and auletly looked into th fit'
tur prospects of th city.. Those who
" cam closely In touch with him say H
went away convinced that, among other
"jthlBg needed br. Is Qulpmnt for
' "handling and' storing' eoaL botH fOf
pome coDsumptloa "and f or" : sleamers
. bunkers. . . .
i Hind, Rolph Co. Is alao ona of the
T moat Influential shlpewnlng firms f
. Ban Francisco, having In addition to
adee the American flag sev
aral vessels flying the British, Chilean
and flags of other nation - Among th
'sailing vessels under the American flag
Zl owned by this firm greth ships Henry
Vlllar-Iaae Raid, Emily Reed and
' Homeward Bound, all of them engaged
' in th coal trade between Australia and
: Portland this season. The Henry VII-
lard is about due to arriv bar, and th
laaae Reed left Ban Francisco a week
; ago .la ballast for Newcastle with or
' der to load there for Portland. The
'i Homeward Bound and Emily Reed 'will
' follow the Henry Vlllard a few weeka
' apart, unless one gains on tba other
.through especially favorable weather
In making the run across th ocean.
Then toe. firm owns and operates a
large fleet of barkentlnea and achoon
t era. many of them fine vessels of r
cent construction and along tha moot
S modem lines. A great number of, these
have been plying out of Portland In the
'. lumber trade for several years, while
others have been engaged mostly tn the
. : Hawaiian islands trade. The schooner
. Honotpa I now at Westport loading
' lumber for Honolulu, while not long
aa - th Make well.- Koko Head.
We .know, .the right"
answer when it's a qucs
tion of clothing for boys.
' Avoid the cheapest, be
cause it turns out to be
the most expensive ' in
; the end.,'. -;
Our School Suits at
$3.85 ' and those with 2
pair of pants at $4.85 are
true economy.. . " -
Presents for the boys.
1C0 r.nd 1C3 Third Su
Mohawk EuiltlL-iji. .
Konai- Kohala ' and ' Jam Rolph
loaded lumber bare or at mills on the
Columbia. ny of- thes vessels could
be sent out from bere with lumber to
in oneni Or. mi. sniipoaee maa ii.'
with .nl tnatead Af runnlna emntv one
way. This, It la said. Is the plan of th
company, vnioni . rpr years nas w
doing an immense buslneea on th Pa
elfla, but without devoting much atten
tion to Portland. Portland's stride to
ward prominence haa been so marked of
)ate. however, that th larger firm a of
Baa Francisco are now beginning to
turn this way In order to get In on th
ground floor where possible.
In view of th fact that' fher ar
vastly mor coal-laden vessel .coming
here this fall then aver before In th
history of th port. It Is plainly no
tlceabl that bunkers of Immense ca
pacity 'will be seeded to shed thla eoal
until disposed of. A lsrge wbsrf is
being' erected on the east side of th
river between th Madison and MorrU
son bridges. It Is said, to be used for
storing coal at times, but even with It
added- to th wharves of th different
coal companies storage spao will b
scare. - i
way Bept. It
Nicomedia. orient ...f
Aieeia. orient ... r .r. .
Numantla; orient J. J...i
.. .ategalar Xilaara.DtM to Arrlv.
Alllafice; Coos Bay.:..
Breakwater. Coos Bay
R. P. Inman, Ban Francisco
O. W. Elder. Ban Fedro and
Arabia, orient .Bept.' IT
Cota Rica. Ban Francisco. .... .Beot-U
Roanoke. Ban Pedro and way ...Bept. 14
jo nan r-ouisen, nan rTancisoe. .aepv js
, ategnlar Liners to- Depart, ; -
Roanok. San Pedro and way.. ..Bept. 11
Alliance, Coos- Bay. .Bept. 14
Redondo, Seattle .' ......Bept. II
Johan Pouleon. Ban- Franclsoo.lBept.Hi
Breakwater, Coos bay. ....... .Bept. It
O. W. Elder, Ban' Pedro and way.Bept. It
Coata Rica, Baa Franclsoo..... Sept. tl
Arabia, orient.;. Sept. it
I rlt . . . , , , , , , ,. . , , .V, IS
Nlcomedla, orient. .Nov. 1
Numantla, orient -.--.--'. i Nov. 10.
la Fort. ;
Tola. Br. sh, ........... . .Elevator dock
uaigonar, r. en . t . . . . . . . . . .ucsanio
Bee. Am. sch.. ..Willamette La a WTts
Biam. Or. ab. ..... .Portland Lumber Co.'
Conway Castle, Br. bk.. Columbia No. t
King Cyrus. Am. sen.. v. ...Astoria
Beu la h, - Am, sch n v ,r. v .. rr-ri i .Astoria 1
Vlnoennes. wr. bk Columbia No. l
North King, Am. tug Astoria
Antelope. Am. sch. .....Foot of Lincoln
St. Nicholas, Am. sh..... Astoria
Bt. Loula. Fr. bk............ Centennial
Compear, Am., sch t ........ Rainier
Btrathneaa, Br. ss. , lortiaad Liambsrco,
North Star, Am. tug ...Astoria
Americana, An, sch. r..r Vancouver
Oejrdlner City. Am. bktn. ....... .Stella
Alice McDonalds Am. gcbl. ...... -.Astorls
CoL da Vlllebols Muriel, Fr. bk. Bankers
Honolpu, Am. sch. Wsstpor;
Oliver J. Olsen, Am. ss... Tongue Point
Eva, Oer. a.. ...Flour mills
Berlin. Am. sh ...t ...... ..Alblna
Kalomo. Br. ss. ....... ..Alaaka
Olendale, Am. sch, ...t. ....... .Astoria
Wrestler. Am. bktn. .Llnnton
Wallacut. Am. bares. ... .......Stream
Johan Poulaen, Am. tr. ...... .Oceanic
Roanoke, Am. s ...Martina dock
Redondo, Am. ss...... ...Couch
Emily F. Whitney. Am. bk Astoria
Orays Harbor, Am. BS..W11L US, wks
Banta Rita, Am. ss..t ... .. .Portsmouth
aula m. .....
City of Panama. Am. ba...,
najveior, Jim. on.,. ......
Ziombe Oarrlerg Bm Boat.
Thomas I Wand, Am, str. Ban Francisco
Coaster, Am. str Baa Franclsoo
Busis M. Plummer, Am, sch. . .Quay ma
Wasp, Am. str.. ......... .Ban Francisco
Lettltla, Am. sch. ....... .Ban Francisco
Annl M. Campbell. Am. ach . . .
a. Ban Francisco
Olendale. Am. sch .Ban Francisco
Mabel Gale, Am. sch...... Ban Franclsoo
Andy Mahoney. Am. acn...ean Francisco
Cascade, Am. str, .Ban Francisco
w. jr. uarma. Am. sen , .nan J'eciro
Virginia. Arm sch Port Los Angeles
Lakme, Am. ss. . . t . . . . . .Ban Francisco
George Loomla, Am. as.. San Francisco
Ba Boat With earnest and OenaraL
Buccleuch, Br. sh...... .Hamburg
Brenn. Fr. bk ...Hull
Europe. Br. bk... ........Antwerp
Oerisvleve Mollnos. Fr. bit... ...London
Hene . tuirviiar, i t. an. ....... namourg
Laennec, Fr. ah...... ...Bwanaea
La Filler. Fr. bk.v. .......... .London
Martha Roux Fr. bk ....Hamburg
bk . . . , . Newcastle, K
Threr.- Fft- eh --Newcaatla. E.
Marechael Turrene, . FT. bk, 4. Hamburg
Ville de Mulhouse. Fr. bk Antwerp
Ouethary, Fr. ' bk Antwerp
Plerrl Lotl, Fr, bk...... 4.... ..Antwerp
Walden Abbey, Br. Sh. Antwerp
Oleneeslln, Br, sh. ....... .....Antwerp
Versailles, Fr., bk. Lelth
Oeneral de Boisdeffre, Fr. bku. London
General de Negrler,, Fr. bk.. ... London
Bayard. Fr. bk Antwerp
Ville de Dijon,-FT. bk .Antwerp
Alice Marie, Fr. bk... Antwerp
Eugene Rergalln. Fr. bk.... .Antwerp
H. HaekneldT Or. bk. ........ .Honolulu
Arotlo Stream. Br. sh Rotterdam
Crown of India, Br. bk... 4. .Antwerp
Comll Bart. Fr. bk. Antwerp
Jolee fJommee, FT. M...,. ..Rotterdam
Edward Detain. Fr, bk...... .Antwerp
Ooal Ship Ba Boat.
Belen, Fr. bk. . . . ,V, ... . .Newcaatla, A.
Claverdon, Br. sh....,,. Newcastle, A.
Wlllarott, Am. bk........ Newcastle.' A.
Port Fstrlck, Br. sh.....NewoaeUe, A.
St. Mlrrsn, Br; sh Newcastle. A.
Crillon, Fr. bk.. Newcastle, A.
Ardenoralg, far, bk. ...... Newoaatl. A.
Kusene Schneider, Fr, bk. Newcastle, A.
Buffon. Fr. bk 1. .. ..Newcastle, A.
Caatle Rock, Br. sh Sydney. A.
Rndhlll, Br. ss. .Newcastle, sA.
Knight Templar, Br. ss.. Newcastle, A.
Tymerlc, Br. str. ....... .Newcastle, A.
Henry Vlllard, Am. atr. . .Newcastle. A.
IThorrtls. Nor. str, . , . . . .Morovan, Japan
flfimewerd Bound, Am. bk . Newcastle, A.
Linlly Kecd. Am. ah.. .Newcastls, ,Au.
H H H -i
J a. V -
g a aaffilaiinBl Vaal - afcal ;-. fcaaw . - "I r
The buying advantages of our two affiliated stores and the Tieavy reservestock-that-must-be-lowered i
account of EARLY HOLIDAY SHIPMENTS enables tis to serve you at prices that are as iow as
commonly asked for the ordinary grades -of ;Diamonds.-1 ' ; j,,--
Few purchases carry the high degree of pleasure and the lasting satisfaction that the very finest Diamonds and Diamond
Set Jewelry convey. A peculiar sentiment and jiride attaches to the absolutely perfect gems. Our reputation as well
as yours is at stake when we sell you a diamond. We know that it will be more satisfactory to both of us to sell only flaw
Jess BLUE WHITE and EXTRA WHITE DIAMONDS, and therefore we do not carry flawed, or off-color, diamonds in
LADIES DIAMOND SOUTAIRE
: . r : TIFFANY RINGS . ; .'-;-'.
; Rtg: price $500, spiec'l price 450.00
tReg.'-priceSO, spec! price 405.00
-iReg.-price $350, spec'l price $315.00
" 7 Regrprice 200, jpecl price ?175.00 -
Reg. price $150, spec'l pri 9130.00
V-Reg-' price $ip0 spec! pric 87.00 '
Rtfl' P"ce spo'l' P"ce. ? 63.00,
" Reg.'-price $ 50, spec'l price if 39.00
f Regrprice $ 40, spec'l price ? 31.00
CElsTLEUEN'S SOLITAIRE RINGS
STUDS OR SCARF PINS
Reg. price $800, spec'l price 8675.00 ,
Reg. price $600, spec'l price $500.00
Reg. price $500, spec'l price 8415.00
Reg,' price $450, spec'l price-$305.00:
Reg. price $350, spec'l price 8206.00
Reg. price $275r:spec'4 price $230.00.
Reg. price $190, spec! price 915U.UO
Reg,, price $150, spec'l price 81.20.00
Reg. pric $100, pec'lprice -$ '83.00
Reg. price $ 80, spec'l price $ 61.00
Reg. price $ 75, spec! price . 8 58.00
Reg. price $ 60, spec'l price 8 T37.50
Rez. price $ 25, speel price $ 18.00
-TRegrpricer$.'25spec'l price $, 16.00
: . Reg. price $ 15, spec'l price $ 9.50 " Reg. price $ 15r spec'I price-
: JEWELERS and SILVER.
UCItS DIAMOND AND CLUSTER "
RINGS, BROOCHES, PENDENTS. Eft
Set With Rubies,' Emeralds, Sapphires,
'-r "Pearls, Etc -""TT
Reg. price $600, spec'l price 8500.00
Reg. price $400, spec'l price M320.00
Reg, price $350, spec'l price, ! (297.00
Reg. price $250;. spec'l price 1210.00
Reg. price $150, spec'l price $118.00
Reg. price $100, spec1 price 8 87.00
Reg. price $ 75, spec'l price 8 63.00
Retrr price $ 50. spec! price $ 38.00
.Reg.,price$ 40tpec'l irice 8 31.00
Keg. price $ 25, spec 1 price 9 lo.OO
m m BT aa ar ar Bw i
i i i i i r-7 1 r-" I II I I I n 1 1 s.
LL.LLU U LLUU'Ci)"
present time. The warden li supposed
to manage the penitentiary subject to
th orders pf th board of control, mad
the storr Is that iJavls himself was
anxious to have the poaltloa at the time
U waa alven to Klncald. ,
' Warden Klncald had Instituted sev
eral reforms tn tha management of th
state penitentiary, and expexlally In the
operation ot the Jute mill, and a theee
reforms were yet under way. It Is not
believed that he gave up th ofQc as a
matter of choice.
Klncald Is a closs friend of 3. D. Tr-JT,
rell and others now connected with
iu.ii.,,iu.ui. v inp narriman imeiwti'is.
and as he Is a thorounh railroad Kan.
he will probably soon hav a aoud posi
tion In private life. ,
' Metsrer's sye alssses. II. tl WasK
A Perfect fit
There's good, ubitantl! value :
', In the class ot garments that are;
. turned out : by this ettablish-
ment. . Serviceable ' Woolens to'
begin with; making that char-'
acterUet only the finest claai of.
custom , work; an Individuality;
of style that la removed at once
from - the commonplace; in a
word, high quality, superior fin-.
; kh. - AND A FULL THIRD'
LESS THAN OTHER REP
. RESENT ATIVE TAILORS'
Trousers S4.00 to iiaoa i.May
we tiot .PROr1fc toy0U Vhaf
lkweaav.erisaf -.Is,''i. ;
CHANT PtaClXY, Mgr. (
: Elks Building; ;
SEVENTH eAID STARK
In black ; Kersey, 50
Inches- long, nicely
: tnmmed, regular $10
K J Values up to $2.75-
i 1 i
$27.50 to $30.00 Suii
" Strictly . new fall
Suits in the . latest -materials,
y. and extra sizes, n
.Values up to $30; ;
SAI F fiF NFW 'FA 1 1 Mill IN FRY : f': !
siZ. :j - $3.00 VALUES S3.9S ! ': L ' .
. Regular $1.50 Sateen Petticoats,
" green onl; while they last.....
New, fall Skirts,
.broadcloth and ,
fancy mixture, reg
ular' and extra
, , values up
mm . .
Friday we inaugurate our first sale of Fall Millinery. The
2 offering consists of a choice assortment of the new "Fluffy K
Ruffles" shape, cleverly trimmed with silk band and bunch A '
of cooue feathers? erverv nonnlar rnlrtr
among them; suede, black, garnet, (ft r iTh CT 1
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