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TIIE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENINO. SEPTEMBER 20, 1B07.
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THE SHOE STORE
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Man' 12.60 and 18.00 VelouV
. and Box Calf and Vict . Kid
Shoes, English welt, BaL
and Blucber style.
Men's S3. SO and f 4 Shoes, made
In the best atock of vlcl kid and
E stent leather ana -Dox call
withers, all - Goodyear welt a
and mad, on the nobbiest
Men'a ' finest ' quality hand
sewed Shoes, ' the. - finest and
best -makes Included Jn this
lot, patent colt i button, run
metal calf,' box -and velour calf
and all other good leathers In
cluded In thla lot;. Potay, col
lege and conserve CO am
tlvo lasts, all at....5Oa
Men's heavy 14.00 Old Hickory
-oil - tanned waterproof ,hoea
2u.f!l.c. ... . !-. : ..$2.55
Men's high-top 14-Inch ' water-
rroof Shoes: worth. Jts
S.0O on sale at.
Also full showing of . high
cut lumbermen's, teamsters
and any heavy shoo - required
for outdoor service, In .vulcan
ized waterproof leathers, from
lb to 40 per cent cheaper than,
same qualities can be had else
where. See them on display In
our windows. We show 100
styles of blgh-eut. shoe The
Chicago, ' . f r y
No Let-Up to the v Goods Things Here
;"Noi In the HlgHtnt DlttHct"
"Mot In th Hlgh.PHe Cllcqu'
. It is difficult to tell whether the fashion regulates the
Brandegee, Kincaid & Wood concern, or whether K.
& W. company dictates the fashion. ,
There isn't a merchant tiilor in the land that pronounces,
the styles ready for selection until the B., K. &:W Co.
has shown its models for he season.'
$20.00 ' to $25.00 is a low price indeed,' when compared
with all other clothing offered in competition.
SUITS and CRAVE1VETTE RAINCOATS al
The Chicago special Suits and Cravenettes. We feature t
them because they are beyond a doubt the best clothing
values ever shown at this price by any solvent mercantile
"establishment: Pure wooIenr-ia shioned - as - stylishlyv--made
as -carefully as any shown at any price. , . ;
Somie one suggested that the people are) waiting for Bargains. Well, then we are here
to satisfy the demand. ' Tomorrow there will be bargains enough to please the masses.
" want one thousand men to come expecting more considerably more for the money
than can be obtained in any other store in Portland, and we promise all will leave
s.-..-" )''- with even more than expected.
TOMORROW IS TO BE a BANNER BAY at THE CHICAGO
AND WHAT'S MORE, IT IS TO BE KEPT UP FOR ALL OF NEXT WEEK
i$9 Buys Snits or Cravcnctte.Raincoatsj:.Ku"L
.Men's sixes and young men's, as stylish as the highest n priced tailor could possibly produce; neat
checks, neat mixtures, neat plaids, as well as tried and true blues and .blacks. Are you looking
for the extreme? Youll find them in the showing. Are you looking for more moderate models?
They are here in abundance. - Long Coats? Here.T Single-breasted?'. Here. Double-breasted?'
Here. - Name if The style, the Color, the pattern you prefer The same answer Here. " .
WHERE YOU WILL,
YOU'LL FIND NO VAL
UES TO EQUAL THESE
Count them the people in
this store at any time. Count
them More customer than
any two stores combined.
not all- carriage trade, not all
laboring class; but million
aire and mechanics rubbing
elbow. Truly this is the
store that serves the manses
best. Not the best fixtures
perhaps, but the best- bar
gains, sure. Not the best
terms, but goods exchanged.
money back and no argu
ment. No importuning to
Lbuy. Just the best howingr
that none can' dispute. Al
ways the same for less
money or better for the same
money that no one can
deny, and always the great
est attendance. which tells
the tahy of value and satis
faction, better by far than
we can write it, or cold
"When? -Where? Have you ever seen- such prices quoted on men's Pants? These are the great
est values ever offered by this store in all of our 15 years of successful merchandising and value
giving.' -'''- r--v.. . ". r :..---:.. '-V--- -'--; -----'-.- "
MFTVN FIF IVnitSTFIl PANTS UEN'S FINEST BAND-TAILORED TROUSERS
, - " -v rr ln importe material.-The kind that-nor tailo would
In TO'distinct patterns, value up to 4.uu, M JC dare to duplicate for less than $9.00 to $1200.
at-.r.................... Y'' Ten distinct styles and patterns, at , fO,.pUIU
Men' Finest Dress Pants, in the best make to be had. Men' fine Tailor-Made Trouser in worsted, silk
Fine check and stripe worsted, blues.-blackarCO-Cn'!??4- - Aft
etc, value up to $5.00, at ipJsOU $6.00 an$7.50 values, at ..$J.UU
AMONG THE MEN'S FURNISHINGS
W are offering atoreful of ih richest novelties and staples, and we' eaa
aiely say, without fear of contradiction, that quality considered her, the
prices are as low or lower than those quoted by any store in America.
6ff 4 for SCsa'a SIM amd 9XM Slilrta
- A splendid array of patterns and col
oring, au with separata link, cuffs '
to match. ;
Sl.OO a gaamsBt for the . celebrated
Cooper's. Rockwood'a. Dr. Wright's
- Health Underwear and Wlnstsd Nat
ural Wool Underwear, medium or.
heavy weights. These are body
' shaped; slerantly trimmed, hand fin
ished button hole and are extremely
desirable In every particular.
SOe) a gannasS for Men'a Jaeger
fleeced Underwear. These are fall
and winter weights; soft, comfortable
and warm, double euffa and doubt
anklets. Comfortable suit' of thla
splendid wearing underwear for a
254 tot two pair Hen's Kalf Xose
A hundred dosen of black grounds and
ndsome Silk embrolderea designs.
also black and light gray, with polka-
dot; seamless; a true bargain offering.
SATISFACTION 0R-Y0UR MONEY-BACK
$1.50 FOR CLUETT, STAR & GRIFFON SDIRTS
This isthe standard price for the standard quality, bat wd put special stress
' upon the great showing here.. Soft and stiff bosoms, cuffs separate or attached
-eBd-uch--hst-! pretty patterns from-which to select tharhtryinsr becomerr:
indeed a pleasure.
THE CHICAGO CLOTHING COMPANY
69 TO 73 THIRD ITREKT - "
Xorseshoe) Over the Doors. . j.
AAf T-tt f A ATT-TA-l irI7 That we keep pretied and rcpaired-for an entire year any Chicago garment purchased f rom tn
I UU ; VV rll 1 I J IV V T V - know that; the Chicago garments are shrunk under a patent process that prevents the ,trouser bagging at the
knees or' the coat bulging at the neck. You want to know that the button holes, the lapels, the coat fronts, are made by hand, and that. The Chicago garment
are the only ready-to-put-on that have the appearance of the most costly made-to-order, though the prices are half, and in this sale Ws than half the custom
tailor' charge.. Come tomorrow, if only to inspect . We've told you before that you neeant ouy oecause you look, nor keep because you buy.
THE CHICAGO CLOTHING COMPANY
69 TO 73 THIRD STRXKT
Xorasshoea Ove the Boors. .
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BRIGHT JUVENILE ACTORS C0EE A TKIUMPH.
Trio Appearing In "8alomyT Jane" at, the Helllg Theatre.
iN PniLLIPS CASE
(Piltd rws Uaed Wire.)'
Cleveland, Ohio. Sept. 10. It la hoped
that some further light may be shed on
the mystery In the death of the wealthy
operator, John J. Phillips, who waa
found shot to death In his home early
on the morning of September I. at the
preliminary hearing In the case today,
ilra. Charlotte Phillips, wife of the dead
Tnany" ts-under-aTTtPU th charge of
killing h?r husband. ,
Jrienas or mrm, rnimiv iuh in
Jl'.int at the artlon of the authorities
..... i imB. mm. mrtn inmw
Or . ..... (11 K rf..Un.J .
that will show ner Jnnocenoe
torr circulated In regard -to
Vs that a burglar had done
Ming, ht the ponce, arter
ventlgatlon, decided that
vrjr waa untenable. Then
( wen given credence, as
U PPhllllps had been a
krt wnopd end ws In a
XUiaacliOljr. - ut the
pont-morten brought 'to light that 1he
man had been shot In a manner that
made suicide seem out of the question.
It was then that suspicion began to
point toward Mrs. Phillips, who told
conflicting stories. Mrs. Phillips was
f laced under arrest, though' the authori
se admit that nothing has come to
light that would ' show any motive for
the woman to kill her husband. ,
IS ANNIVERSARY OF
MASSACRE OF PA0LI
(United Fieas Laaaed Wire.)
West Chester, Pa Sept. 19. The
110th anniversary of the massacre of
Paoll waa observed oa the monument
ground near Malvern . today with ap
propriate' memorial exercises under the
auspice of the ' colonial and patrlotlo
societies. v -
It was on the night of September 10,
1777, that the American troops com
manded by "Md Anthony" Wayne, re
treating from the battle of Brandywlne,
were nurprlned ner here by the Orn
ish, - cixiUaU (aaerei i orb4 UU dm
to fir a shot, and to make aura of it
took away their flints. . The night waa
Intensely dark, and the Heaslana fell
upon the Americans without a moment's
warning and bayonetted them. Only the
Jenlue of General Wayne prevented the
eatructlon of the entire body of troops.
After the American troops had retreated
the alck and wounded were -massacred
and tne camp burned.
In 1177. on the centennial of th mas
cre, a handsome monument was erect
ed over the spot where the victims were
burled. It Is a large shaft of granite
surrounded by an Iron railing and sult-
DELMAS MAY AID IN
. THAW'S DEFENSE
(PirlAe Coast Pre Leased Wire.)
San laanclsco. Bent. IS. It Is believed
her that Delphln al. Delmes, who taael
Just sturted for the east, will aid In the
defense of Harry Tnaw. It Is said thst
It all depends upon what liberties Mar
tin VV. Littleton, chief couneel for the
darenae .will allow U westerner, .
I AT THE THEATRES
"The Little Prospector at Empire.
Theatre-goer have found a real gem
In the mining play, "The Little Pros
pector," at the Empire thla week. To
night, tomorrow matinee and night
closes the engagement. There Is an In
describable charm about "The Little
Prospector," as interpreted by "Chlo
Perkins, that makes th play a auo
"Love Route Ends Tomorrow Klght
The end of the delightful "Love
Route" will be reached by tne Bim
company tomorrow nlgnt, and . this
much-talked-about play will then be
obliged to give place to Its successor.
It haa crowded -the -Baker o-t he doors
at every performance thla week.
Hoyt' "A Stranger In New York.
Manoei ceymour, inmn uj oomaru
and all the other petite members of the
HHKVr CVIDIAUy Will lW ' '
of Hoyt's great musical farce,
"A Stranger In Newfork."
Star Matinee Tomorrow.
' "The Queen of the Highway" will be
ftven at the Star matinee tomorrow by
he French atock company. This melo
drama has met with success all week.
There are strong dramatic scenes, and
the air of romance pervades the play.
The last performances will be Saturday
VBlinky the JaJlblroV '
There is nothing attractive about the
jailbird In real life, but thst does not
make "Bllnky the Jailbird." at the
Grand, any the lees Interesting. Budd
Ross, a natural comedian, presents this
sketch as the headline attraction on the
vaudeville program, assisted by a eouple
of capable players.
"For Mother' Sake Next Week.
Empire, pstrons will be delighted all
next week with the return ofthe favor
ite New England rural melodrama, "For
Mother'a Sake." ' which open' at that
theatre Sunday matinee. The plot is
logical, the scenery beautiful .and every
actor an artist.
The matinee performance of "The
Geisha" at the Marnuam tomorrow aft
ernoon will be an opportunity for thoee
who cannot attend theatres at night
to see the Californlans In one of their
bent operas. It will also Introduce to
the matinee population Miss Cecilia
Rhoda,. the beautiful and talented prima
donna of the Californlans.
; 'Fatlnlta' Next,
Military music pervades "Fatlnltaa,"
which will be the next opera sung by
the CallforniRns st the Marquam dur
ing the season. The first performance
will be next Monday evening. "Fatl
nltsa," written by Von Suppe, Is an
opera which will live forever. It has
plot and composition, two thing not
found In th more modern.
Tonight, 7:30 to 10 o'clock
No Goods Sold During
. . ....
In Our New Building at Last Morrison St and Union Ave.
You Arc Invited. Bring Your Friends.
W. H. MARKE.LL & CO.
The Leading Last Side Department Store '
"King of the DeeTt.
-An-orlental -eomedy-drama la an
nounced by Manager R. E. French for
the coming week at the Star theatre.
Thla Is "The King of the Desert." and
will commence with the matinee Sun
day. Never before has "The King of
the Desert" been played at nonular
prtee! sweats 1 e Herfoefneweee. are
now on sale at me mar Dox-ornce.
OBOWTJIO AOS AJTD inn ,
Mra. Josle Sumner, Bremond, Texas,
writes, April' 16, 1(02: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family
for three years. I would not be without
It In th house. I have used It on my
little girl for growing peine and aches
In he? knees. It cured her right away.
I have also used It for frost bitten feet,
with good success. It la the best lini
ment I ever used." I5c 10a and tl 00.
tiold, ti aU $ruf gists,
a . 'e -S- i
Every bit of Preferred Stock Salmon is ipring-packed RoysJ
Chinook frorn the Columbia River the best salmon in
the world and the jiick of them, the choice run of the
season, caught at the very mouth of the river, before they
leave the salt water. Every slice that goes into a Preferred
Stock can also has to be from the best part of the fish, all
solid meat, uniformlr thick and firm. .
Preferred Stock Salmon i Aeen ninV evrra rich in a!! an enfirelv a!tlinii .V .
V dry flavor which characterizes salmon packed in . odier sections and less care-
fully selected. A pound of Preferred Stock Salmon is a pound of con-.
VKiTV;?!! centrated nutrition, extra nch in proteidsj a most wholesome food
for the worker) a delicate feast for the particular cater.
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
I Bert I
are guaranteed' to be of high ouallty. Oysters, Clam, I..! -ri
Shrimp, each the nnert of its kind, are alto among tb drlinr.r .
ready to serve, dainty and fresh, from the Preferred 6to k. 1
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