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I Our Cloak Depa
We carry the largest
utnnlf nf Inrllna' ttiludfia'
nnd children's cloaks In
I3.G0 to 825.C0
$1.00 to $10.00
$2.50 to $20.00
$1.50 to 12 50
Great Suit Over the Possession of
a Stock of Boots and Shoes.
Charges of Fraudulent Disposition
Stock Heard Before Judge Boise
In the Circuit Court.
I stoke m
Best Values at 25, 30 und 50c.
Black Cat Hosiery
Bke leather. Prices 25 and .15c.
I;or Ladles' and Children. Wear
In Black and
Best hats tu ado
at uny price
and we savo you
of about $1.00
on a hat.
$3.00 and $4.00
Complete stock of Fedora and Crush
Hats. Compare our $2.50 Fedora with
any you've seen ut $3.00.
J.!;J.DALRYIVIPLE k CO.
Should bo eyes of strongth and
perfect vlRlon oyes of beauty aro al
ways f so; beauty's eyes caro not.
Strange how a woman will go on
straining her oyes, produolng prema
turo wrinkles and wasting nervous
energy, under the supposition that
glasses will ruin her appearance. In
reality nothing so enhances ouo's
looks as do glasses, when placed boforo
defective eyes. I put beauty in
glasses, as well us behind them.
2WJ COMMERCIAL STREET
Tonight ralraud frosty.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Movements of Residents and Visitors at
tho Capital City,
iKurnddltloiml Icl ami Boelnl Kcethlnl ik.
Willis Dunlway has returned from
an over Sunday visit with rolutlvcs In
Rev. II. A, Kctchum hus returned
from Eugene. where ho filled tho pul
pit of the Presbyterian church on
Miss Adclo Ilarrltt, of Portland, is
In this olty. the guest of Miss Esther
Collins at hor home on Church streot.
It. O, Wltzel, who is attending tlio
Agricultural Oollego ut Camilla,
bpont Sunday ut homo In Kalotn, re
Chas. Gray was u visitor at Cho
utawa today, going down to oversee
the work on tho now building bolng
Dr. Frank IT. Brooks, of Slltorton,
spont Sunday with his brother, John
Brooks of Lunn & Brooks' drug store,
returning by buggy Sunday evening.
You pay too much
r.. 1 .
or yor shoes wuen you pay
. moru mun wo asu you, Piooody
carries better goods than wo do-
some ask you more money for
them, but high prices do nut
mane gooa Bimes. Tims. Y.
Plant's ladlu's shoos, J.S. Nelson
& Son's men shoes and Llttln
Giant school Shoes are, eyery pair
wrrauw:u uy uiem,
A "Are all qow goods, douhlo
,' breasted, square out, military
Btyle capes, plulu brown uud
' small checks.
Bo ,axony 50o children shoes
IScladtes' rIiooj IWo men's perculo
WILLIS BROS. &5C0.
Prof. Edward W, Tllson, wont to
Albany this morning to hear his class
In muslo at that place. Today Is tho
llrst tlitm ho has been out of tho
houso far over three weeks.
J. A. JolTrlos, tlio talented youne
lawyer und orator from Medford who
has located at Salem hus not yot sco
uted an olTlue. It scorns, dcslrablo law
offices are scarce. Tho firm will bo Jof.
fries and Bonhum.
Jack West and Ed. Mutthows open
a now markcton StutoStrcet Wednes
day, ThoyJIiavou line solid maplo coun
ter mado by a mechanic ut Sllvnrton,
that Is worth looking at by unyono,
who likes to sco lino handiwork.
Pr. and Mrs. It. Uartwrlght and
family huvo returned from an ox
tended visit with Mr. Cartrlght's
paronts In Decora li Iowa. They
wont as fur cast as Now York city
wnoro tuo doctor attended a post
graduate course of medical lectures.
W. C. T, U. Meetings.
Itev. J, Bo,versox will address tho
meeting at tho W. C. T, U.
tonight. These meetings. uro growing
in Intorest and crowded houses
greet tho speakers, Much good Is
being donoaudall aro Invited to
CASH DRY GOODS
New Quarters Selected,
Manager W. II. Dunoy, of tho Ore
gon Telephone and Tolgraph company
has leased tho store room now oc
cupied by tho El I to Bowling alloy for
a term uf live years and will moyo
Into Ills now quarters forthwith, Ho
moved tiomo switch boards Into tho
new phco today and will In a short
tlttio bo permanently established
there. This week somotlmo u largo
furco of u.on will bo up from the south
who will attend to tho work of mov
ing tho big mains and changing tho
connections gonorally. Tho newonlco
will be open uud In operation by tho
twentieth of this mouth,
In ylew of tho enlargement of tho
sorvlco Miss Stella Skill has beon
becured to usut the other young
ladles at tho central oillco, making In
all four "centrals" now ut that Dluce.
In Police Court,
Thomas Carr, a lone drunk, was up
boforo his honor, Recorder Edes, this
morning ami not 5 days as tho reward
Kiamlard Patterns, best ami cheapest, ' of his frolic
Holmes and Bingham brought tho
suit for A. Bush vs. A. Klein and
wire and the Pendleton Shoe Co., to
Ret asldo a settlement between the
Ford and Slutcr appeared for Mr.
Klein. Holmes opened the case with a
statement that Klein owed Bush
$10,000, and also eastern parties largo
sums. Klein represented that he was
turning over all his property to Bush
In exchange for his notes, The trans
fer of his houso and lot was not called
In question. They charged that Kloln
had clandestinely secreted 81000
worth of the stock, while an Inventory
was being taken. They called In ques
tion tho correctness of Klein's repro
scntatlons as to tho vulucof the stock.
Tho Inventory was a crude afTalr, made
on scraps of brown paper. There was
a controversy over $200 In gold coin,
which Mr. Bush gave Mr. Klein as a
gratuity, which Mr. Klein claimed he
had received In the duo course of
settlement. Tho cntlro stock turned
ocr was not worth over $3000, after It
was culled over by Kloln, und tho best
shipped out and secretly disposed of.
Mr. Slater stated case for Mr. Kl eln
and the Pendleton Shoe Storo Co. Ho
denied all the material allegations,
and that tho Pendleton Shoe Store
Co., had no existence. Mr. Krausse
had withdrawn as a stockholder be
fore tho corporation was formed nnd
Judge noise asKed when the in
solvency of Klein took place?
"In 1807. Wo don't admit there was
any Insolvency. In view of Insolvency
tho settlement had been made. In
ventory as to itho cost of tho goods
had been mado ut tho demand of tho
dofondant, und then ut his de
mand the stock was turned over. The
compromise was made under demand
of plaintiff. Tho real estate was
worth a great deal mnro than what
It was turned over to plaintiff for."
The inventory showed cost to bo
$13,000 to $14,000, and they werc
turned over at an estimated cost of
$12,000 and accepted ut that value by
Defendants denied that Klein hud
agreed to turn oyer all his property,
or anything but the rcsldenco uud
stock as per inventory agreed upon
The bill of salo of tho stocK was on
fllo at tho clerk's ofllco and tho rcul
cstato had been sold to Mr. Leeds,
$10,200 of property was turned over
to Bush for Klein's notes and $200
Wore tho goods shipped away no
part of tho Kloln stock? Kluln had
other stock In a warohouso on another
lot a reservo stock that ho shipped
to Pendleton as his own property and
after t'jo settlement was made.
It was charged that dofendant had
taken mouoy from tho storo and de
posited It In the namo of a young
lady who afterwards becamo his wife.
This was denied. No money was de
posited by Klein except wages saved
by him, which ho gavo to his wife.
Defendent wus given chargo of the
accounts and notes of tho business,
which ho collected and by agreement
put In tho bank to his own credit.
Tho allegation that Klein had
bought a lot and wus building a
palatial rcsldenco out of moneys col
lected for Bush was donlcd. Tho lot
cost $22.) and was paid for out of his
savings at $75 u month wages paid
him by Bush. Tho house was a
modest cottage built by his own
labor and out of materials furnished
him by persons owing him (Klein)
bills, The rcsldouco turned over to
Bush cost Kloln $7500. Bush agreed
to accept a deed to tho rcsldenco and
a bill of sulo or tho stock lu tho storo
at $10,000 and paying balanco of $200
In cash, and surrender to A. Klein his
notes and obligations. Klein contin
ued to work for Bush for one year at
$75 a month. Kloln had lived for $30
a month und had sayed tho balanco.
for plaintiff comprised statements of
J. J, Murphy, who rented to Kloln
and was Informed by htm that ho
could pay no rent tho last year or
two, that ho had nothing, hud turned
over all tho stocK, oto.
Wm. Armstroug was next witness.
Warohouso was 30 or -10 feet back of
Murphy block used by Kloln. Tho
two parts of tho warohouso opened
Into each othor. Knew nothing
about Klein putting stock in there.
Cross-examined by Ferd: Was a
partition ootweou ms shop ana waro
houso used by Klein. Ills shocshop
was formerly a little woodshed. Ho
entertained tho court and bystanders
and Mr. Ford got out or him what he
wanted, that ho know next to nothing
about the matter iu question.
Thomas Maplothorpo; a shoemaker
at Columbia Falls, was a salesman for
A. Kloln for years; August 1807 he
quit. Wont to Kootoual country and
Eastern Oregon, at Instauee or Klein
to look up u location for a shoestoro
for Kloln, Klein had asked him only
to Und a good location.
He choso Pendleton, lie know stock
was t.i couio In part from Salem; know
they were lu warehouse back of storo
used by Kleln;goods wero placed In
warohouso in July and foro part or
August at instance or Klolu; helped
move tho stock; helped uiuko the
Inventory; Identified tho Inventory on
yellow Manila paper; without oblec
tlon as exhibit No. 1. Klein aloue
mado tho Inventory; Bush was around
tho storo nearly every day.
Helmes: "Was Mr. Bush lu the
store frequently whllo stock was be
ing removed to tho warehouse?"
Answer: "Ho was In frequently."
Witness stated Klein told him not
to let anyone sco what they were do
Ing; told him to bo careful and not let
Bush see what they Z were deing:
wero two weeks moving uoods to
warehouse; best stock was taken out
and put In 'warehouee, about $4000
worth, In boxes; wan ordered to put
empty cartoons on shelves; shoes were
stamped with a silver stamp On
llnlng.l "A Kloln, Salem, Or." Stock
was shipped In part to Pendleton; was
ordered to remove stump, and put on
another stamp; a great many were
Counsel offered letters to wltncfs,
who Identified same as from Klein;
Mr Holmes offered one to test ad-
mlssablllty of all the letters. "Sophie"
referred to was his wife who was now
In Indiana. The letters were signed
"MoDufT," und wero to bo returned to
Mrs. Sophie Maplcthorpe; witness
wrote direct to Kleln;"K. Bros." re
ferred to In the letters as shipping
stock were Krausse Bros.; tho stock
was from the store at Salem; tho let
ters wero admitted and marked as
Tho letters showed that Klol n
ordered goods from Cincinnati and
other places in east: somo were
signed "Tony;" store was to bo leased
In his own name; his letters showed a
plan "to put back In good now goods"
for all ho "took out;" Klein made
frequent remittances to Maplcthorpe
at Pendleton; one letter stated Klein
was going to sco his mother once
more boforo sho passed uway; one
stated that ho regretted tho Pendle
ton storo had "not more desirable
goods;" the reading or tho letters by
counsel consumed nearly cntlro fore
noon and created .some amusement;
"that was quite a puff in tho paper
about tho mammoth stock," was
funny; '-Can you , make old lady
Gray a pair of pumps ? I do not want
Bush to inako them," caused a laugh,
WILLIAM 8. KINNEY.
A Former Salem Resident Passes Away
Saturdar evening at 7 o'clock, Wil
liam S. Kinney, a former resident of
this city, died at the Good Sumaratln
Hospital in Portland, from tho effects
of a surgical operation performed for
strangulated hernia, at tho age of 41
years. Mr. Kinney had been pros
trated for two weeks and his case was
past all help when he was taken to
the hospital on tho afternoon of Sat
urday, by his brothers, Drs. Alfred
and Augustus Kinney.
Tho deceased and his family were
well and favorably know In this clt7
where Mr. Kinney spent his youth.
His father, Robert C. Klnnoy was the
former proprietor of tho Salem Flour
ing mills, nnd the family was promi
nent In both business and social cir
cles. Mr. Kinney married Miss Mary
Strong of this city and soon after re
moved to Astoria whero he lias since
resided, with the rest of his people
who have also removed to that plaee.
The deceased was a firm Baptist and
tho First 'Baptist church of this city
Is indebted to the deceased In great
measure for tho beautiful memorial
windows In tho dome or the main
auditorium. At the time or his death
he was president or the Clatsop mill
Tho body was brought to the Salem
on tho 11 o'clock local and taken
from there to tho Baptist church,
where at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
funeral services wero held, Rev.
Frank Sullivan, field editor or tho
Pacific Baptist, assisted oy Dr. John
Parson, or the Methodist church, of
ficiating. Interment was had In tho I. O. O.
F. cemetery, the Masons having
charge or the ritual at tho tomb.
ASHENFELTER. At tho family
homo ncur Turner Or. on Sunday
Nov. 0 1808. at 10 p. m. Margaret
M. Ashenfelter, aged 78 years, of
Tho funeral services will be held
which even Mr. Bush enjoyed; invoice interment In Mocieay cemetery.
mado by Maplothorpo showed about
$4,000 stock in the Pendleton store;
Maplcthorpe admitted marking out
somo words In Klein's letters; could
not tell what wus'underueath; It was
his letter and ho had a cause at the
time of a personal nature that he did
not now recall; one letter showed ten
cases of shoes were sent to Trail, B.C.,
whoro Joo Klein received them, after
wards Joo Klein was In chargo
of tho storo at Pendle
ton, Thompson was em
ployed by witness who afterward
turned oyer tho tlxire to Thompson;
letter of Joe Klein was offered In
ovldence, objected to; Judge Bolso In
spite of his eighty years read all tho
A splendid line of dry goods, ladies'
garments, fine underwear, lace curtains
yarns, umbrellas, All the lines of goods in
the store have heon placed in the hands of
S, Friedman, by the new purchasers, to be
closed out as rapidly as possibly, The prices
talk Comejif you want bargains, to
A Long Run,
This morning about 11 o'clock a
largo bay horso entertained almost
the entire city by an exhibition or his
speed. Becoming frightened some
where In East Saloui, near tho peni
tentiary, ho tore down Stato street,
turning north noar the railroad and
then agalti'golng down to tho river he
camo up Water .street to Mill and
from there plunged Into the midst uf
the crowd at the dopo', waiting for
the train. Running along tho road
way the horso narrowly missed sevcru
buggies containing the relatives und
friends of Win. S. Kinney, who were
assembled there to meet his remains.
TJrt Dfllnrt liSkftrfc In at tVkfr li n aI ! aI
!..,.. ...I.I i... irii .. ,Malu uiiuao iu oaiuujf no uutiuu
run there: Claud (latch was In tqwn
at same titno; Klein took his meals at
his room; did not want Gatch to see
Court adjourned to2 o'clock when
cross-examination or Maplcthorpe was
Mr. Ford for do fou so took up the
testimony to show that Maplo
thorpo was actuated by malice toward
Kllno had wire, admitted he took only
ono meal to Kloln at his room at
hotel when Catch was In tewn, as
Klein ahd a headache; admitted that
heavy winter stock was stored In
warehouse In summer; Krausso had
rubber goods stored In.thosame ware
house; Kloln went to British Colum
bia to look up a location for a branch
storo boforo he turned stock over to
Bush; goods wore shipped boforo
witness went to Pendleton; as this
report wont to press cross-oxamlna-tlon
was still proceeding.
Mrs. James Matthews or Chinook
Wash. Is tho guest or her Hon Prof. J.
T. Matthows of South Salem. Sho Is
accompanied by tho Prof's llttlo sons
Oliver and Donald who have boon
spending a fow months with her at
town,horun Into an electric light .polo
and.freclog himself from tho buggy to
which he wus hitched, landed, all In a
heap In tho middle nf tho streot car
company's trestle, In front of the
Good ale Lumber Company's olllce. A
team was hitched to him and ho was
hauled out unhurt, but tho buggy und
harness wero badly wrecked.
AttheSalom ministerial associa
tion today It was decided to hold
union services at the Methodist
church, Rev. Shuppof the Evangel!.
culcAssoclutlon to preach tho serin on.
Rcy. John Parse ns read a paper on
257 Goinmeroial street
TO CURB A COLD IN ONJ1 DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund the
money If It falls to cure. 25c. The
geuuluo has L. B. Q. on each tablet.
ftUn tit uomow rtb Or, Mile' Pain ?1U
WORKMAN NOTICE.-AU members
of Protection and Valloy lodges, A.
O. U. W. are requosted to bo present
nt iiio social 10 oo uoia in
Insurance hall on
nlug tho nth.
CUT FLOWERS. -Choice, 'mums,
roses und carnations ready to out
fresh from plants at tho Avenue
Qreon House. u 7 att
Is not perfect without a taste of
The best In the world,
SHEW-SHOPE. At the onice of
Connty Judge Terrell, Monday,
itovemuer 7, at n:.iu a. m., Miss
Kmma Show to Mr. Homer B.
Shope, Judge Terrell performing
Mrs. Shope Is a resident of Dallas,
Polk county. The newly wedded pair
will settle soiuo place In Marlon
An Important Difference.
To mako It apparent to thousands,
who tninK ineiusu'ves 111, that they
are not afflicted with any disease, but
that the system simply needs cleans
ing, is to bring comfort home to their
hearts, as a costiye condition Is easily
cured by using Syrup of Figs. Man
ufactured bv the California Fig Syrup
Co., only and sold by all druggists,
For line millnery, Miss Smith, State
Street. 11 2eod2wt
Wholesale and Retail
at prices heretofore unequalled
TUB Q ROGER j
124 State at Telephone SI
New Line of
Papctcrics, the very latest
Tablets, ncwesl and best
Writing Paper in reams
Pencils, Ink, Twine
Nail Bags, Sugar Bags
Elephant Bags, Lion Bags
Note Books, BlottcrsLcdgers
Library Paste, Playing Cards
And in fact, everything in
the line of Stationery,
HANDLES SOI.KLY THE GOODS OP
BLAKE, McFALL & CO,
227 Commercial St, Salem, Ore,
Country Dtauuts Sui-runo at Poiitland Wholesale Prices.
And continuing throughout
the week the ladies of the
Catholic church will hold a
fair in their hall on Chanelf
eta street, The untiring efr
forts of the different commit
tees together with the nunv
ber, variety and exceptional
excellence of the contribu
tions give us already assure
ance of success.
Big lino of those $2,25 goods
waiting take notice.
now on hand, Parties who've been
Alsola man's splendid covert mackintosh In heavy cloth, woven
plaid lining, velvet collar, warranted, $7,10. You pay $9,00 for
equal valuo most places, Macks for men, women boys and girls
are from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than you usually got them.
Come and See
In the South Side of
see thebeautirul glass-ware, In blue,
green and cauary colors, that go with
Baking powder. Look In the window,
only to please your eyo oven ir you do
not want to buy tho powder; but It Is
good powder for tho money.
Yokohama Tea Store
BOWERS.-On Friday, November 4,
1898, at Pleasant Point, to Mr, and
Mrs. N. J. Bowers, a daughter.
Nice line or all grades for ladles Just In.
Watch ror our new pattern display
in our North window or step Tn and
see them. Sold In single pieces or sets;
Dearborn's Book Store
Punch and Judy, Old Maid, Snap,
Shoot the Hat, Tobogganing. Steeple
Chase, Yacht Race, Steeple Chase.
Illust rated Authors, Peter Coddle,
tamlllar Quotations, Map or U.S.,
Dog Show. Blcvcle Game. Fox and
W!,GGIN'S BAZAAR, 307 Commercial Street
COfll a COfll a fOftl A' "' C Blocks-lf3' 2 and 250 eac,)
. f,?J'thR but we tell jouthli not-
MlUuuniUni It U MiUKonbtlo to our wood
raJe. Jim rewhl two MiIoaIOf fine free-
burning oilman coal gtoroand for tale rea-
delivered (. . a JlENTCJjy A CO.
,n .. , Succewore to Salem Imp. Co.
KKMmo 317 Front, cor. Chemeketa.
Gamo or Centuries, Picture Puzzles,
Cut Up Steamboats, Railroad Caw,
Engine, Animals, Map U. S., Uncle
Sam, Old Maid, Snap,
Checkers, 5c a box to 5c a box,
also Double Eagle Anagrams, Yellow
Kid Ten Pins, Yellow Kid Cut Up
Puzzle, Christian Endeavor Oauier
Brownie Nine Pins, Base Ball,
DEARBORN'S BOOK STORE.