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3nrC OltEGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTIONS, FHIDXY ITVTIIINO. SEPTEMBER . 23. 1SC7. '
All this week the store
was packed and Jammed
from aisle to aisle with
eager buyers all after
the world's best bar'
gains and welt were
Digger crowds "every
minute I fs sweeping
the town from ' end to
flocking here as never
before All former set
ling records smashed
In this, ' the greatest
bargain event ever
Men's and Boyo Clothing, ShoeoHato and Furnishing' Goods, Women's, Mioses' and
: ; Children's Suito Skirts, Waists, Etc, Dumped Out at Unheard-of Prices
lists. Ktrvsl m atO- eta.; Mr
thing you need In waterproof I
clothing actually damped. Get
them at your own prloe.
Our one hundred thou
v wa i iPVe tOVV
1 W Met-MM W - V aMT
worth of manufacturers
and ' Importers' new
goods -being dumped
put at , One-Half, One
Third and One-Fourth
price, . -
It's a safe that's more
than sensational It's
astounding and the
people know It, The
crowds that have pack
ed the store for the
past - ten - days arc be
yond belief Hundreds
upon hundreds of new
bargains added for to
tiring one dollar. In
"cash and takeaway 52t
S3 and even $4 worth
of merchandise. -Read
Shese few cxamplesut
our low prices and fol
low the crowds Come
Man's Wool Fleeced Underwear;
genuine jtl.00 value: all sises
.ahlrta or drawara; dumped out
Men's 1.I0 Natural Wool Under
wear at t .. ..TSe)
tie Wool Box In blue. Cray or
Diaoa, aumpea at l
Man's heavy too Wool Box at..
00 Men's aaaorted ahadea
Sweaters: worth, tl.ED and 11 !
dumped at 497
Tour choice of 1,004 or mors finest
, Press Shirts for men or youths;
. hundreds of styles and Da t terns:
regular fl and $1.60 values,
Ladles 80o Golf Gloves at...,.
tdla IBs Bids Combs at
xaaies- joo uses uomDS i
Ladles' 16a Ribbed Hobs i
Ladles flannelette Nightgown and -Skirts
In doaens of colors and pat-.
" terns at H to H pries, ranging;
from, per garmenL25e) is S3. 95
rPBCTgT, m of mt regular $3
and M oy Salts wtU b
dump at..... 91.99
r r r X
11 w Sst smsaw anwasasss area '
IToraen'f and Children's Coats,
Soils, Waists, Skirts, Etc.
svatres otjt at i-o, l-a, 1-4 yaica
Ladles' t Votls or Panama Skirts:
black of blue, at Sl.OB
Finest Panama Skirts; worth 110, .
$11.60 and til, dumped at.fft4.9S
Newest styls Circular Bklrts In fin
Invisible plaids, browns and plain
rays, shadow plaids and stripes,
dumped at . .86.95'
Ladles' Ions; black Kersey Coats;
lined throughout with silk or
' satin, velvet trimmed oollar and
cuff a. dumped at i... ft 9.50
111.69 Covert Jackets damped
at . ....... .3.95
Boys' School Snlls Slashed
Boys - Salts - In black Barge and
fancy mixture; small slias only;
worth tl.60 and $J. at. ...... 49
Another great lot of Boys Suits
worth tl and tl.BO; all slaes, to
If years. Dumped out at. .B1.4K
ot&era, . oon t overlook this
Blankets & Comforters Dnnped
ts. In white.
a . . .
wrui e WMk , . u v.
rail slss 10-4 Blankets. In
only; worth tl.60, dumped at
tan or grey
mis lln or a bis-
New Tork manufacturer of Kim
onos and Shirtwaists will be on sals
tomorrow (Saturday) mornln
They are the most exclusive and
the hlgheet-prlc goods made- In
America. We will absolutely dump
them out at 1-B of their real whole
sale value. Com tomorrow; see
Girls' 11 Caps; red or whit shades:
dumped at .48e
Lsdles too Bibbed Underwear, also
fleeced, at 25
Children's (Oo Ribbed or Fleeced -
Underwear, dumped at 25r4
Children's 16o Ribbed Hose! double
knee and bests and toes; at.. 15
Doors Open-8 a. ma"
Aad those wbo plao any vainer mpon
money sooald respond promptly,
men ember, ersrythlnc gosn at lOo,
0 aad n l-3o on ins dollar.
: lien's Clothing Dumped
Men's and Youths' $10 and 11.I
Suits In neat fancy tweeds and
' worsteds: slngls and double-breast '
i asulsiely Se sisiU Urtis sin
gl and double-breasted
outa Dumped at..... S4.95
Ken's and Youths tit and tit
Suits, In fine worstada. valour or
oasslmere; all wool; guaranteed.
Dump sal price S6.95
Man' t!0. til and t0 Suit. Over
ooats or Cravanettes; the htgheat
grade and makes to be found: all
styles In worsteds, silk mixed or
plain, tweeds, plain blacks, blue
and grays; also the new browns.
They are dumped oat
to you at S9.50
Man's" goo tl.BO and tl Jeans)
Pants; all sUes, la black and gra7.
Dump price ,.69
Ladles' Long Coat mads with vel-
" vet collar, cut-eteel buttons and
straps over shoulders;a novelty
, . ( worth tlt.50. . Chooae from 19
colors at ..S-4. 95
The Dump Price break bargain
records here or elsewhere. Two and .
three pair for the price of one.
Men's 11-Inch oil tan band-sewed
Cruleer; R. J. at R. make; tl.00 value
dumped at .................. .S5.95
Men's 11-lnch oil tan nand-ewed
Cruiser; tt-00 ' and t-00 valueau
dumped at V4.35
The genuine Dayton Logger; regular
17 H rVi dnmrTil at Bi ft ft
. r- 1 - ' i ' ''' ' ' """""""
Teamsters heavy t-00 oil grain water
proof Shoes at ft 2.95
Teamsters' heavy full stock heavy calf
Shoes, dumped at ........... .SI. 95
Special 10-lnon - Timber - Boot,- dumped
lt-lnch oil tan hand-sewed - Cruiser:
11.00 value, dumped at S5.95
xxgncrr sosioox, rwoza STncrxs.
Misses ti lt School Shoes at
Mint i.6 Bcnooi Hhoes at
Misses 11.76 Bchool Shoes at
Xdls ghoe a Xalf Mo and Xss.
ii.bO Ladles viol kid Shoes at .. . -5e?
t.00 Ladles viol kid Shoes at . .Sl.lft
1.10 . viol velour and patent Iather
at .,. ",. itl(37
ti.00 and 15.00 viol velour and patent
leather at S1.8T
Shoes for the Little
Genuine tt.R0 box calf.
in sise In to
Genuine 11.71 box calf.
in alxe IM to ltH,
in - sis
ttoo net kid,
.. . ...ftX.eO)
tl.60 box ealf.
Buy at the Dump Sale.
Save lot of money by
buying now. .
Doys' and Children's
Boys ' tt.BO Shoes, box
calf, slses ttt to tVfc.
Boys ti 60 . Shoes, vlcl
kid. slaes 1H to 8H.
at ...... .....2.10
Boy tl.BO oil grain
Bchool Shoes .11.98
Boys' 11-00 box calf
Bchool Shoe ..C1.70
Boys' tl-T6 box calf
School Shoe ..S1.25
MOST CAPABLE OF ALL
JIarquio Viscbnti-Venosta Expatiates on ' the Kelations
; r of Italy and FranceEemarkable -Automobile
f Eccord Lavenden's Latest Attempt.
' (Special Cable to The Journal) '
' By th Marquis ds Castellan.
' parts, Sept. 10. Of all the Italian
diplomats th Marquis Vlscontl-Venosta
Is unanimously acknowledged to be the
most capable. Having lately met Ms
two young sons, I took the opportunity
to ask them what was thought In their
circles of th recent interview at Dalo
between the Austrian and Italian for
, Mere Is what they told me: It bad
come to be recognised at the Ballplats
that the time had come to deal with
questions srlalng between the kingdom
of the Hapeburgs and the Italian mon
archy with more cordiality. It la true
thnt at one time Slgnor Prlnetti had
made It apparent that In Rom the
Kranko-Itallan rapprochment was .In
compatible with the triple alliance, but
Slgnor Tlttonl tried to prove that the
reeatabllshment of friendly relations be
tween France snd Italy did not need any
Immediate reply to this question.
In sny case. In order to understand
the Importance In th ohanre that had
latterly taken place In Italian foreign
policy, it must be- remembered - that
after, (be war' of .1170 vlotortoua Ger
many turned ber attention toward th
Having sequtrtd much greater Im
portance by her Rhine conquest, ' sue
had become, aa It were, a much huger
body in a too email garment The Ana-
trlan ana Italian monarcmes unaarsiooa
terfectly well that Germany's Increased
mnortance could only take place at
their expense. ; - - -
Hence the - rapprochement whlclt
many did not understand, but the object
of which did not escape the atateaman
who have Just been In council at Peslo.
The groundwork has been laid for a
new alliance deatlned to ba born in a
more or leas near future out of the
ashes of the present triple alliance. It
being actually directed against the Ger
man empire. -
The latter wishes sooner or later to
OXXXKAl HOBZJBT S. Z.E
wa the greatest general the world has
ever known,. Ballard's Snow Liniment is
th greatest liniment. Quickly cures ail
pains. It la within ths reach of all. T.
1 H. Pointer, Hempstead, Texas. writes:
.'This is Ay ceriiiyjnnt emmru onow
l iniment has been used In my house
hold for years snd has been found to be
" . 1 . t I I U ..
V excellent ftillllllBiii w, luvuiiiiu,
X 1 m never without it" Sold by
find an opening a far as Triste, and
Austria and Italy have pointed out to
her in covert but perfectly intelligible
language that this will never ba allowed.
Thus spoke my two young friends, snd
the statement will doubtless cause Joy
to those who, like ourselves, consider it
time to stop ths Teutonio ambitions.
Every sesson has Its men, and the
man of the cummer of 1907 is without
ths slightest doubt Prlnoa Betptone
Borghee, who hss Just accomplished
the eplendld record of speed and endur
ance of the ride from Peking to Parla.
In tO days he has covered by automo
bile 11,000 kilometres, crossing deserts
where roads have never yet been traced.
It required Immense energy and a
rare adventurous spirit In a man to
venture thus amid half savage popula
tions who might at any tims bs tempted
to demolish the infernal machine which
was passing through their midst merely
for the pleasure of seeing what it con
tained. Prince Bbrghese Is a descendant hi di
rect lins of the famous Prince Cumllle
Borgheae. who. In 1801, married the
sister of Napoleon, end In 1N0C fol
lowed his brnthe-in-law in the Aua
trlan and Prussian campaigns.
This Roman warrior has transmitted
his indomitable qualities -to his
nephew. Prlncs Borghese is small and
his ebony black eyebrows frame two
piercing eyes which make him look
more like a Sicilian brigade than an
arlatocrat. yet an aristocrat he la to
the finger tip. He poaseanes an Im
mense fortune brought him as a dot by
his wife, nee Ferrari, with which he
bought back the palace at Rome which
was ths crsdle of his family.
'As Is natural In ons of his race he Is
one of the most active of the new so
ciety of Rome,- - which Is astonishing
Europe by Its vitality and cleverness,
exercised not only In the automobile In
dustry, but also shown in the resurrec
tion of Its finances at the same time aa
that of Its army and navy.
M. Henri Lavedan, one Of our moat
dlatlngutahed dramatic authors, has just
published s book entitled "Le Bon
Temps." -Whst Is this good timer
Such - is - the- owe) I on which has been
asked of many dlatlngutahed people,
eliciting replies which were serious, pe
dsatlo or picturesque. Only One of thorn
was quite frank, that of M. Vltorlen
"The good time." he said. "Is that
In-whtrb Taoni" leave ynu atrnie. To
this reply, which is a little surly, I pre
fer thst ef snother dramatlo author,
who aays: "The good time Is that In
which ons amuses ons'a self chs most"
Do wa smuse ourselves now more than
our fathers did? That la the question.
They had swings, the "jou de barge"
kites, aquatic sports, dancing and that
Is all. -
As for us, we have also the swim
mer through Paris, th weekly apeechea
of our ministers, aerial ascensions',
cinematograph which ahow ua railway
accidents and the Pekln-Parla automo
bile race. We have all these, and
dlabolo into th bargain. -
We ought therefore, to be happier
than our fathers were fifty years ago.
In truth 'I. do not doubt ft, for I am
certain the reader will reply with me to
M. Henri Levedan' question, "The good
time is that In which we live."
In consequence of recant events the
pope baa decided against the advice of
those cardinals who Insisted that a
private but decorous ' form should be
given to the funeral transport of the
mortal remains of Leo XIII from St
Peter's to St John, In Lateran.
It hae, therefore, been aettled Ihat the
body ahall be transported at night with
out previous notics or funeral accom
paniments Indeed, almost In mystery.
Solemn honors will be rendered to the
dead pontiff In the Lateran basilica.
The exact date of the removal haa
not yet been decided, but It la believed
that before the end of the summer th
remalna of the great pope will be plsced
in the magnificent Tadollnl mausoleum
at St John'a.
SPEECKELS TAKES A '
CHAKCE WITH CLUB
(Special Dtapatca te The Joe red.) -San
Francisco, Sept 20. Rudolph
Sprocket surprised hi friend yester
dsy by posting his name for member
ship in th Bohemian club, in which
organisation many of th men under
indictment for alleged grafting are
.First, on the roll of membership 1s
William M. Abbott one of th attor
ney for the United Railroads, Indicted
for the overhead trolley bribery. Tlrey
L. "Ford, now on trial, and Thornwall
Mullaly, also indicted, are members. So
are joe Campbell, who derendd Bchmits
and got a fee of 120,000 for It; his
partner, W. F. Metson: E. S. Plllabury.
attorney for the telephone company, who
was Daitea oy r. J. Heney in ;ne uinss
trial: Bam Shortrlo.se. attorney for
Ruef; John .Martin and B. J. Ie Bab I a,
Indicted officials of the gas company,
and last bf all William T. Heriin, the
Southern Pacific "boas," against whom
Mr. Hensy haa directed his chief ener
gies. ' - - - "
A blsck marbls from any two of these
will keep Mr. Sprockets out of the club.
ONE KILLED, MANY
. IIUET INCAITWEECK
. r ,
(Special TMapatch. te The Jonrotl.)
Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 20.Conduetor
Burns and an unidentified man were
killed and 25 persons were injured yes
terday when a Lake Shore electric car
ran Into an open awltch two miles eaat
For Infant and Children.
Tb tt Yea Kara Alwajs lzz$
TbeBof Who Telia.
A jlebe at West Point la being given
the silent treatment by all hi school
mates becsuse he reported an attempt
to haze hint to th commandant
W bad Imagined that hailng wa a
thing of the past but this seem to
have been erroneous. Evidently th
spirit is very much alive, although th
execution of It ha been curbed. -
Boys, as ws all know, bat th fel
low who "squeals." Such term aa
mollycoddle and tattle-tale but feebly
express th scorn and derision In which
they hold the boy who tells, yet often,
a in tbi case, the boy who tells Is
merely ' upholding good government,
right and order. Hasing being abso
lutely forbidden, waa not the boy who
told doing his part In maintaining th
good government of th school?
What shall the boy do who sea an
effort to uproot the good thst has been
accomplished by strict execution of
stern orders 7
Shall he meekly acquiesce and In or
der to be a- good fellow stand In with
what he knowa to be detrimental to
the school? Or shall he tell and b os
tracized by hi fellows?
The matter has been taken up by
Commandant Hows who threatens to
have the whole plena class dishonorably
discharged If young Bock, the cadet
from Chicago, Is not relieved from this
The question Is not-a new one; moth
ers of growing boys and girls meet It
often, snd It seems to have two distinct
ly opposite view points.
Fathera Invarably hold that the fel
low who tells daaervea a double punish
ment. Mothers are Inclined to look
leniently upon this misdemeanor, and
In fact, usually argue thst If one hss
done wrong, the teacher or other in an
thnrtty should ber told. :
How far-la ths difference In point of
View due to a difference in mental
make-up between men and women, and
In how far Is It due to the environment
In which boys and girls a re. reared? v
, ' Deflea Nature and Society.
' A most Injurious habit, common alike
to men and women. Is that ef sitting
with on leg awung over th knee of
th other.' Headache, cold feet, varl
cos veins, ulcers, and many other dis
comforts attendant on aa Imperfect cir
culation of th blood are directly trace
able to this habit say th September
When th right leg la swung over th
left knee th whole weight 1 sustained
by this knee placing all the pressure
t gainst the under part of the right leg
etween the calf and the kneecap. At
thla very place are a great number of
large veins, srterles and nervea; the
pressure on them crowds all the tis
sues together and materially Interferes
with the circulation of the blood, and
the disturbance of-nature' processes
msnlfests itself in msny bodily evils
snd Inconveniences. Many who, would
not bs guilty of crossing the legs In
publlo often surrender to the temporary
comfort of the position in the seclusion
of their own rooms. It Is wrong and
Injurious because It deftea nature, whose
laws are more imperative than those of
K K R
The fashionable lamb chop ahould
now ba served "a l'Afrlqu" that la,
it ahould be broiled or grilled, aa th
taats prefers, and then garnished. Thla
garnishing consists of strip of young
leeks, which are placed at on and of
th dish, and of ground lettuce chopped
very fine and placed In a little mound
at th other end. Thla, however, 1 not
all th difference which exist between
th old fashioned and th modish lamb
chop. A eauce invariably follow th
latter. Thla la made of red peppers,
broiled In a small quantity of water
until they can be passed through a
colander and later strained through . a
fin cloth. Th red, fiery hot Juice I
then put to boll with a considerable
quantity of sugar until It beoomea of
the consistency of a thick syrup. It
Is then regarded aa ready to serve.
Those who have become Wise concerning
lamb chops "a, 1'Afrlque" take t,ril ssuoe
with considerable precaution, allowing
only a tiny drop of it to fall on the
meat already tucked between the two
tasty bits of greens. -
This red pepper ssuc I also passed
with soup mads from a beef atock. It
has taken the place of manufactured
aauces to serve with clama. If not In
dulged In too strongly Its original qual
ity la attractive.
" Cinnamon Is so highly fashionable a
spice Just now thst It Is used even In
salads. These are. of course, the salads
Into which spples or shaved cabbage
entera largely. Potato salad Is made
tasty with cinnamon, not In its pow
dered form, however. - but sprinkled
through th salad in small, round br
rlen. Th success of this- latter salad rests
often with the potatoes thnt are used
for Its making. Thsy should be waxy
In vtexture, cutting Into firm, thin
' Cloves " areosed -inT salads-composed
of ground lettuce, chicory or endive.
Naturally. It would be bad taate to us
them In large quantities. A few only
are mixed In with the French dressing
which covers such sslsds. In fact.
Cloves ha.Ye; become popular to use In
connection Twllh-acOT. TneT'mqnemNr
ly are seen t puncturing the lemon
slices that are dropped into afternoon
Paprika Is considerably used In up-to-date
cookery, having In many hmiae
holds entirely replaced cayenne pepper.
It la mors desirable than cayenne be
cause less severs, and adaptable there
fore for use In larger quantities. The
fancifully cooked egg which are rather
generally served at luncheon have
often thlr entire yolk covered -with
paprika. The vivid red then, lying
llgntly on the yellow, gives pleasure to
artistlo eyes. There is besides some
thing about paprika that particularly
goes with eggs. Often those that find
them indigestible otherwise have no
such com plaint when th gga are eaten
with plenty of the spice. .
Spiced rose leavea are a recent fad
for dropping into tea during th process
of brewing. These leaves hav orig
inally been dried and prepared With ed
ible apices much in the same way as
they are arranged for rose Jars. A
little extra caddy la deputised to hold
them until fair fingers drop them one
by on Into the steaming tea. They are
said to quite electrify the flavor of
eomewhat ordinary tea. With thla pur
pose In view frugal minded house
keepers keep them on hand. The cost
of their preparation is very slight
Horseradish sandwiches are another
example of highly flavored edibles.
They are made of whit bread spread
with soft" cheese. "The horseradish Is
then modified with cream and forma
the Innermost layer. When daintily
made they are both appetising and tasty.
Indeed, It Is a new fancy to hav them
mad very small, long and narrow. Two
then are placed with th napkin beside
a dinner plate, instead of the French
bread eo long in favor. .
AGAIN TEY EEV0LT
(Speetal Dtapatch to Tke JoarsaL)
New Orleans, Sept 10. Open rebel
lion, followed by threat on the part of
certain members to resign from th
United State Confederal veterans, re
sulted from th reading last night, at
the monthly meeting of Camp No. 1,
Army of Northern Virginia, of an opin
ion by B. M. Hudson, Judge-advocate-
Seneral, upholding tha action of Major
eneral J. Ahrudhomme, in plnctng
them behind the Washington Artillery
camp No. 1 In the Richmond parade.
After the beat of the discussion, th
trouble was ended for the time by the
adoption of a resolution Introduced by
B. F. Kohnke providing that tha dele
sates from the camp ahould be In
structed to Introduce at th state re
union In Shreveport during October, a
resolution planing the - Louisiana divi
sion on record as ssklng that In all
parade and ceremonlea held In this
district of the United Confederate vet
erans, the camps be put- aooordlng to
their seniority, and that whenever
camp are under tha jurisdiction of ths
Louisiana major-general this rule ahall
SCOTT WILL EEP0ET
ON JAPANESE EI0TS
(Rpeelal Dtenetrk te Tti Joersal
Vsncouver, B. C Sept. 10. W, O.
Scott dominion superintendent of Im
migration, la In this olty. In an in--tssvlew-
he aaldi . ''t -bava- - avdaced
to Investigate the Oriental question and
as I have no knowledge of what hae
been transpiring here in thla connection
I hav arrived with a perfectly free
tnlnd. My Intention la to make a
purely personal Investigation. I shall
go to tha bottom of tha whol- oriental
question and make my report to Ottawa
without loas of time.".
Little liner In Th Journal oat only
"Ravlaff takes Tear wstiAerfal "Caaeaeats" ' -three
moaihs ana betas eaMrelj esrea o(nmi
iaterrb. sad eyipepete. 1 tbtak S wore ef er.
a M"OMarka'rfoff tkelrweaderfal eoapn. i
kTaka aamavooa ether e-ealU4 rem.
at wltfcoat arati d4 I Bad that OHitnta r
aaor la a dar toaa all th aaaara 1 ka to....
woald la a raa
Jaaua MsUoae, M atrer It, Jny Olty, K. J t
. Plaeaaa. PalataM, Potent, Tast (lend. Tie " -v.
FTr Blakea, Weaken r r(p. tee. I ; .
old la Sulk. Tk seaalae tablet ttanu C 1. v
ttaaraaued to ai ei roe aeay kaoa.
8trllng Remedy C., Chicago or N.T.
AXNUAL SALE, TEX LtlLLl Z " ZZli
sigh nimDr:..:. ;
FwsitlTMT fit" I I y.
tneao JUUla 1 ..;.
They also rcllsr JT I V
trees from Prwepntia, i -'
digestion and Too Uuart j
attao A pnrtrv t rent
edy for Dtzzlniwa, i; aiw ,
Dry trainees, Iul Ti
tn tha Moutij. Coat"!
Totign. Pain In Ci F-.:
TOBPia 1XVXX TV '
regulate ti BoweH. Purely Veg-cUb '.a. ,
SIULLPILL SKALLCSX V "IU: ":
Genulna Must Err
- FaO-Simila Slj'.rj
l rM 5w ru;it ,ru,.k. .
"THIV OHV OSioa SO Q t
Ktve-I.TViwoKD" n-t ,
gear Is eatm. i . . .
,. in St.,
a cent a word.
Ill rants an 1