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For child. on under 10 yenrBof
flrst premiums were awarded as fol
Iowa: Fredla Muelhnupt, fruit Jellies,
Maud MuKuy, layer cake; Elhol
Knight, baking powder biscuit; H.
McCrow, Clymor, crocbet mittens, pit.
low slips, worsted patchwork quilt; Q.
McCrow, 'Clyiner, darned Blockings,
neatest band made garment; E, Mc
Crow, Clymor, apron outllno stitch;
Badlo Brady, Portland, fanoy aprou,
pocket handkerchiefs, fancy tidy tray
cloth, bureau scarf, Bilk patchwork
quilt; MIbs Maggie Hooper, of Port
land, assortment ol crotchet, button
boles, bom stitching, embroidered
tailesoarf; Uvellno Ferrell, Portland,
tidy drawn work, bIx dollies, plain
band sewing; Anna Cuniilughnm,
Portland, toilet cushion, sofa pillow,
wasbstund splasher, Bet of trimmed
uuderclothlug; Llltv Swaflord, Salem,
assortment of ploklcs; Agglo Parrel,
Portlaud, pillow sbaim, Myra Riy
mojd, Salem, lunch cloth, silk em
broidery; Wynono Bavngo, Baltsm.cot
ton patchwork; Ada Daytuu, potato
yeast bread; Zjlla Cole, Turner, assort
ment fig fruits, canned frulla; Kthel
Taylor, Salem, exhibit of Jams; M.
Muuson, Buletn, laundry bag; Bertha
Kay, Salem, soda biscuit, assortment
or cakes; Hollo Wolf, Falls City, fi
Lillian Metsohan, Salem, a pooket
handkerchief, worsted patchwork quilt;
Ruby L. Archambeau, Portland hem
atltchlng, bureau scarf, silk embroidery;
Beula Brown of Salem, cotton patch
work quilt; Ruth Gabrlelson, toilet
cushion; Lydl Muellhaupt, assortment
crochet, glrl'ssklrt; Clara Foster, Salem
All ages irom
. 211 Commercial St.
27 c OMMlRCtaL ST.
DABNEY & WHITE,
ririvhWk WASHINGTON HECKlVERAltfflSTED
a-Horlmeiit canned fruits, exhibit of
Jam, fruits and Jellies; Maud McKay,
Salem, loaf cake; H. M. McCrow, Cly
mor, five pounds butler, darned socks;
Q. McCrow, crochet mittens, G. Mc
Crow, apron outllno stitch; E. M. Mo
Crow, plain towing; Sadie Bradle, Port
laud, tidy, pillow shams, Magtrfe Hoop
er, Portland, fancy apron, stocking
b:tg, plain band sewing tray cloth;
Evellno ! arrow, trimmed undercloth
ing, splasher, Annie Cunningham,
button holes, plain underclothing,
fancy tidy: Carry Willis, Salem, hem
stitching; Myra Raymond, six dollies;
Ethel Gilllngbam, Salem, pillow slips,
bo fa cushion; Gertrudo Riddel1, Salem,
soda biscuit; Ada Dayton, Salem,
baking powder biscuit; Zilla Cole,
assortment of cakes; Halite Thomas,
Turner, potato yeast bread, assortment
plokles; M. Muuhoii, layer cake.
Yesterday ufteruoou the grand stnud
hold tbo biggest crowd of the year.
Ono would not need to bo told that it
was Ladies' Day. The fair sex were
therein evidence. At least of the
assemblage were ladles. The beauty
aud lovllncss which Inhabited the
grand stand yesterday fired even the
horsod to greater ellort, Tbo racea yes
terday consisted of a pace and two
runs the last ones Jover the "lumps."
The 2:17 paco was called out first and
the following horsoa lined up at the
wire for a start; G. V. Bird's "Davis
Boy," J. Dook's "Encounter," Clowe's
"Alexis," Plokett and Bomraervlllo's
"Sophia It," Capt. Spencer's "Carrie
8," aud T. H. Hubbard's "RoBemon."
In the first heat the horses got off well
together with Eucounter In the lead.
Davis Boy second and Sophia R third.
Continued on fourth paje
mndo a specialty this fall of
ean fit your boys in anything
nrwl nnvo vou 25 nor cent.
v M - m
4 to 18. Also a good
Tho Stanley combination suits for boys
hayo ono coat, two pair of pants, and
one caD to match, l'it your boy out
of these suits for school wear.
just what he needs.
E. T, BARNES.
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NO. I dim t. v
....ro.r. TTnderwear, Tawe ijiueu,
Hosiery. Wooden wareToweling,
BWrt.7' Umbrellas, Gloves
Notions of all Kinus, --
Could Not Resign Hut Aro Dis-nlinrgcd.
Probably Only a Tool or tho Cor
Skattlk, Oct. 2. In the federal
court this morning and in the presence
of tho largest aggregation .of lawyers
that oyer assembled In this city, Fed
eral Judge C. H. Hanford with State
supremo Judgo John P. Hoyt, by bis
side, refused to accept the resignations
of Oaks, Rouse and Payne as receivers
of the Northern Paclflo Railroad Co.,
aud removed them because of thnlr
failure to comply with au order made
lu a case a few weeks, ago. The court
named Andrew T. Burleigh, of this
mty, counsel for the Oregon Tmproye
mnot Co., as receiver of the Northern
PaolQc property in this state Ho direc
ted Burleigh to glvo a bond in tho turn
ol f 800,000 and to tako charge of the
company's affairs at once.
Brayton Ives filed a new and sen
sational affidavit, charging that Henry
Villard ono month before tbo Nortborn
Paclflo was placed In tho hands of a
receiver had authorized his personal
counsel to tako stops to placo it in the
hands of receivers, and had given it
out that Henry S. Payno would be one
bAN Fhancisco, Oet. 2. Tho de
fense In thb Durrant case opened this
morning with the calling of the stu
dents from the senior class at the
Cooper modlcal college, to ascertain If
any one of tbom answered for Durrant
at Dr. Cheney's lecturo on April 3d.
Forty-two studouts were called during
the forenoon aud lu reply to tho stero-
typed question of Attorney Deuproy as
to whether they answered for Durrant,
all replied In the negative.
San Fi,ANOiiCO,Oot.4. Tho steamer
City of Peklu bos arrived from Cblha
and Japan and went immediately into
quarantine. The Peklu is twenty
days out from Yokohama. When she
left that Poit cholera was raging there.
It Is feared the disease will linger until
late In tho winter. Iu Northern Japan
there has beon little change in the
status of tbo disease. About the same
number of deaths occur dally and there
are no signs of abatement.
The Debt Grows.
Wasiiinoton, Oct. 2. The monthly
statement of the public debt, Issued by
the treasury department October 1st
shows the debt September 80, less cash
in the treasury, to have been $041,000,
040, an Increase of the month of $1,834
847. Miles Ordered.
Washington, OeU2. Secretary La
mont Issued au order this afternoon de
tailing General Miles to duty in Wash
ington, as general of tbu army, aud
General Ruger now on special duty at
Washington, to the command of the
department of the oast, wltu neau
quarters at Now York.
Five Hundred Arrests.
CoNBTANTiNorfcE, Oct.2. Five hun
dred arrest have been maue in con
nection with the recent rioting of
Armenians here. The goyernnuni is
greatly alarmed, and the garrlon '
kept uuder arms.
Porcelain Jiaths-209 Corn'l street.
Dr. Frlce's Cream Uaklnjf Powdr
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4c 3"d 5c'
rwr.ii,. Window Shades. Boap,
w-v. . ,,..... Rroom
--- joy8' cioihlog. Matches
Bhoea, " j-pnee our Good.
And for Tablets una ataies nevr w wV
7KB JUKL WAS KIDJf
Abduct a From St
I'lMCAW, Oct. ilJlay Hlvlilcl, the
young girl whom father Wnunor, of
St. Joseph, Mo,, nccucd,uf abduct
ing was jfournl here in a Cnllinllo
school, wierosho litis lifeu placed by
AllMjrt Klfuftt, tbo priest's brother law.
The nollrif nave found a quantity of
furnlttireftrhich tbey say Father ,yT
gner shtpied here, Indicating that he
expected m set Up an establishment in
An nnopymom letter received bv the
another of felay Steldol in St. Joseph
(jMt week gave the police tho only clew
her whfreabouts. The letter threat
isd the itiotber with severo punish
meut for bo trouble sbe had caused
Father Wigner, of tiU Joseph, and said
that if sbsjhad not mado accusitlons
the glri wluld have been at homo bo
fore this Yfjne. The theory that the
girl had heen sent to Chicago was
strengthened by the statment that
Father Winner had friends hero Fat
her Wagner has beome arazad by the
stain on bkn.
Nothlngurtber m beau heard of
Mies Dora Keunody, who disappeared
under similar circumstances shortly
after May Steldol wa mlesad, and tho
mystery surrounding her disappearance
Is as deep as ever.
The kldaaplug of Miss Steldel created
a furors In tit. Josenh two weeks auo.
Tho wherokbouti of tho girl was a mys
tory, and It wus only last week that
Father Wiinor was suspected. Last
Vedneaday,ulg!it a mob of friends of
the glri'a fi m'.ly gathered about tbo
ptrtsh houtand throfttoned to lynch
the priest. He escaped by a baok door,
ftMlas Stoi (ol it a rather hatidsomo
youag won un and bitterly repetUtt her
actions. S is will bs taken home, to
day by her inole, Julius Podraut.
St. Joswir, Mo., Oct. 2. Futher
Doninlok Wuctner, who was arrested
charged w&h abducting May Steldel,
walvad. preliminary examination today
and was bound over. His bond was
(lxed at $1600, which It Is thought ho
party starfua' for
Corbelt was accompanied by his man
ager, W. A. Brady, Btoyo O'Donnoll,
John Donaldson, Joe Corbett, Jim Mo
Vey, Bllloy Delaney and Jim Daly.
Corbett Will stop at Washington aud
Atlanta, en route, He expects to
reaoh San Antonla by October 0. It Ih
not known whether John L. Sulllyan
will act as referee.
Storm In Eneland.y
London, Oot. 2. The intense heat
throughout Great Britlan tho past ton
days, unprecedented in tho weather
records, culminated yesterday In a sud
den drop of 25 degrees, followed by a
heavy gale, which caused much dam
ago aolng the coast. Bovoral vessels
were wrecked and a number of (drown
ings are reported.
Philadelphia, Oct 2. Tho United
States armored cruiser Brooklyn
lauached this afternoon.
Admission Fhke. All aro cordially
Invited to attend the ooncert at tno
First Presbyterian church this even
ing. Tho concort is given by tho
graduates of the Keely Institute and
will commence promptly at 8:30. A
number of Keely men are la the city
and a good time la expected.
The trial of John H. Kemp for as
sault and battory on one Huber has
been postponed until Saturday.
"John Dee" today contributed his
mite toward the support of the clly
James Moore and G, G, Thompson,
twodeadbroke, frleudlcsa, Inebriated
Individuals registered at tho Hotel do
Dllley this morning wero they will re
main for five days, being so sentenced
by Recorder Edes this morning for
P. Cosgrove, who was arrested for
sleeping in a barn, was discharged by
Recorder Edes this morning,
Bert Savage, who was appointed aa
one of the extra policemen to serve
during fair week but who has been un
able to accept the position on account
ofsloknees, will go on duty tonight.
D. L. Fleeter has been acting aa "sub"
Df, Price's Cuum Baking l'owdw
If p. 8. No charges for admittance
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legiHlnturo Not Bsm-
THE STATE SPARRING FOR TIME
Populists Aro Helping Out tho
Austin, Texas. Oot. 2 Tbo Texas
legislature met yesterday wltb a quor
um precout. The governor, in a mess
age, rcvlowod the laws against prize
lighting lu Texas, calling attention to
errors, therein, aud closed by saying:
"All persons have been given notice
that tho Corbett-Fltzilmmons exhibi
tion would not bo permltted,aud what
ever has beeu done by its projectors
was with a full knowledge of tho con
sequences. Public luterests require that
this exhibition ojpeclatly should be
suppressed. Dlsoountenauced by Mexi
co and tho territories, outlawed uud
driven from over ntate, It Is proposed to
assemble hero u heard of rutllans and
gamblera uud odor lu this stato this
commanding Insult to publlo dooenoy.
The Instincts aud pride of tho people
rovolt, and your prompt and resoluto
notion will sparo thou this Ignominy
Ho recommends a law making prlxe
llghtlug a felony.
Thero is a strong lobby hore from
Dallas, and tho leadors of it claim to
have votes enough In the house to do
feat tho emergency clause. There aro
only thrco senators opposed to the
Soyorat anti-prizefight bills were In
troduced in' both houses.
Austin, Texas, Oot. 2. Tho light
maaugemout Is entirely satisfied with
the situation thlsmornlngand say they
will bo on tho aggresslvo from nowou.
It Is evident that tho administration
forces aro sparring for time, in ordor to
got their forces here, as at present they
have not tbo sufllclent strength to cast
a two-thirds voto. Tho fight manage
ment havo enough strength lu tho
houso to defuut tho moasure today and
will try their best to force a voto im
mediately. Twenty Populists in the
house cauousied early today and it Is
learned thoy will voto against aa
emergonoy clause In order to down the
STATE HOUSE NEWS.
B. E. Courtwrlght, Wm, Stono and
L. Mosler, truntees of the Redland
Methodist Episcopal church of Red
land, Or., today filed articles of Incor
poration with the secretary of state.
The church property Is valued at $100.
The weather forecast for Thursday is
fair and stationary.
Bay Stato Democrats.
Woucestkh, Mou., Oot. 2. George
Fred Williams, of Dedhara, has been
nominated for governor by tho demo
cratic state convention.
OAMiiniDOH, Ohio, Oct. 2.Tho busi
ness oortion of the city was destroyed
by fire this morulug with a loss of
Ell Iunan, aged 63 years, of
Paw, was received at tho Btato
Save money by buying your shoes it
Take meals at Strong's.
Fair weather continues.
Porcelain Baths-200 Com'l street.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh Hut cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarth Cure.
F.J, CHENEY & CO. Prop , Toledo, O.
We the undciilfned, have known F. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 yean, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all buitnets tram,
aotlons snd financially able to carry oat any
obligation! made by their firm,
Weil & Truax, Wholesale Drugcliti, Toledo,
O,, Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin, Wboleiale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. cer bottle.
Sold by all DrasgUt. Testimonials free,
Highest Ol uil iu i.cavoi.ing x
THE PORTLAND O0TOFUS.
How It Koops the People In the Dark.
Congressman Bryan's sharp tactics
forced the Portland Orcgonlan to print
his written reply. It could not help
itself. But it gave uo report of his act
ual arguments. Tho EvenlngTelegram,
wbloh ought to havo had at least a
synopsis of tho speech, aa it la supposed
to go to the working people, had only
the following skeleton, which we re
produce vo show tbo people how the
monopoly press suppresses what it does
not want to have go to tho peeple:
IlllYAN TALKS ON SII.VRR.
Ex-cougreeetaau W. J. Bryan, of
Nebraska, talked free sliver to about
1200 people lu tbo New Park theater
laot night. His audience was made up
of representatives of all classes who are
interesed In money.
Tho Interesting feature was the num
ber of women who were scattered
among the spectators. They seemed
to be absorbed wltb Mr. Bryan's gifted
eloqueucn equally with the mau. The
old, familiar arguments of free silver
wero presented In tbelr most attractive
light by Mr. Bryan who was certainly
full of his subject.
Prominent Portlandora ooounlod tho
stage with tho speaker, who was utro.
duced by Juduo Shnttuok, president of
the Blmotallto League. Thuro wero
alto prceout ox-Attorney Goneral Q
ji. unamueriaiu, Jiiujie u'uay. xrauK
Carno, Thomas Gulueau, B. B.RIggen,
E. T. Howes, T. T. Htruble, Cuptolu
Cleveland Rockwell, D. P. Thompson,
uoiouot irank Drako nud C. J. Mo-
Mr, Uryau spoke nt great length,
covering tho argumout for free silver
ou ovory sine, huh very orten uts ro
marks woro heartily npplaudod. His
address lasted over two hours.
There are 177765
tbo Uulted Slates.
miles of railroad In
There are 00,835,880
rails used to
There aro 533,205.000 tlea.used to bind
these rails together, but no such
amount, however, Is required to bind
the hearts ot the traveling publlo to the
fact that the Wlseoasln Central Uses
furnish superior faeillMM ea alUMr
trains between Si. Paul and Ohleago
whloh form olose connection with all
lines to the east and south.
Make a note of It.
To Be Cold
this winter. All the weather prophets agree
on that point, So the wise woman will begin
now to look around for Cloaks and Furs and
Wraps. The right time to buy anch thing U
before you need them. This gives plenty ol
time to compare prices and qualities, and
plenty of time to think the matter over and
make up the mind, Ilelng suro before buying
it a.good deal better than buying first and
finding out afterwards.
We are proud of our Cloak Department.
We will sell any of the samples sent us for
display during the fair at the lowest prices
ever known for such goods. 1'rlce range from
(13.50 to ,60 and Include the highest degree
another lot of Fine Capes and Jackets, In
bouclo, astrakan, beaver, plush and fur, by
far the prettiest line hereabouts. Every
number Is a leader from I4.50 to Ha.
With Iftrgo hooks.
We are sole (gents for this brand,
J. L DALRYMPLE.& CO.
N, B.Snd ui your mail orders for f romp attention and lJt care,
A SMALL SALXK TtWL
A Farm Rous amT Contents
About 7:30 o'clock this motuiig
still alarm was turacd into tbo
department and In a few second ti
after tho engine and hose oars
dashing up Court street. Tun
north on Church street they pro
to the sceti of the flro wbloh proved!
be in the building at the north-')
corner or Marion and CottaM alrontaJ
occupied by Janitor Klin, o( (be, eou
house. The Are started at a potoi
where the; atove-p)p entwm the lis
aud had burned Its way Into th alt
before the fire department arrived,
garden hose hml bees used wbh
hindered the fire In Its progresw. Wh
Chief Cross arrived upon tba aoen
Immediately entered tb bulMlng' aol
with a Babooek extliiaUber noun
the Are under control. TSa fir
uiepiayea rersaor prontptnaiw at
this morning's Are, a number of tl
boys being at breakfast when toci
alarm was received bnt they raohdJ
tho (Ire iu very abort order.
Tbo bulldlug belonged to A. T.I
xeatoo, who occupied a part of tb
building In whoso room tha Are startwl
ti, ,i. iii nlnn..nt ... ..i.. t
" U exactly two months slnco the fire
1 department wasjlast called out.
faum hoiibk uuunrd,
Tho resldauce of George Gtven, whi
reMdes about twelve miles castoftiitimt
thu Silver Crouk'Falls road, burnwtis
to tho ground hut evening. Thri euttr j$
family la campod ut the fair urouuda, a-
and no ono was staying In the bourn,
hence the orlglu of the Are is a mystery, f
it is supposeu uy some tnat me uutld-
ing was set ou lire. Boon af ter I) o'olook
last evening neighbors noticed Aaase
shooting up from the bulMlmr. Tbey I
ran to tne uouse auu eneetea an en.
trance by breaking lu the kltchce Attar.
At this juncture thereof of the kltobu!
fell 1b aud, fanned by the night atr, tbeL
names miw rapiu pcoreaa into other
roea wwett wat aee iaM la m
xiie BwgnBors were unaore to save ;
auytuing wttaiever. i
Tiie uouse aau contents were insured ;
lu the Geo. M, Beeler agency for 11000. .
the leading athletic corset. Price ft.30.
give ease, comrort and grace. Four million
women are today wearing them,
Don't put It off If your are going to buy for
fall or winter; buy now and get a whole
season's wear and comfort out of yourcllho.
ALL WOOL, SUITS Coaranteed to Wear
to your liking or money refunded, M
$4, 3)6, $8.
50 cents ad an. AU
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