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DAILY OATITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1000.
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Tlio noW W. B. models show an
unusual advance In grace. The
makers .havo ben. rnore -logical
than even in proportionating tho
garments. Original and sensible
styles in a great variety.
50 to $3-50.
MANY WIJO HAVE BEEN WAITING WILL BE I'LEASED WITH THE INFORMATION THAT AVE ARE DAILY EXPECTING THE ARRIVAL
OF THE NEWEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE STYLES IN
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' C0ATS--1 50 Due Any Day NEW PURS-thc Wanted Kind NEW CRAVENETTE COATS
Watch Announcement of Day of ArrivalPlenty for All
Children's and Misses'
PALL AND WINTER COATS
That possess nil tho stylo fea
tures of tho grown-up garments
that give comfort' to tho student
Which will at tho samo tlmo have
the stylo to it aro the kind that
aro shown hero in a great variety.
Our stock fairly beams with good
Values which cannot bo'dupllcated
elsewhere 'for Hie Bame prices.
Let us show you our lino of coats
for tho littlo women you'll Hko
tho garments at tho prices wo
quote t t t
Wo liovo n great variety and
assortment of pretty fur articles,
so necessary, which glvo to tho
nock and chest tho warmth in
dlsponsjblo to good health. Thoy
como in a great vnilcty of colors',
ranging from pure w.hlto to black.
Special attractive sots of whlto
for tho Jlttlo ones. Sco display
on second floor.
98c to $50
Cooler weather suggests warm
er night clothes. Have you in
vestigated tho lino of Outing
Gowns wo aro showing? Now
styles in whlto and colors for
adults and children in nlco, warm
garmonts, ready to don. An Im
mense variety to select from,
50c to $2.50
A Collo:tlon of Important Para
graphs for Your Consideration
Among tho improvements that will
be welcomed hi tho now comont sldo
walk which la bains built on tho
south side of Court stroot from tho
corner of Front street, nnd extending
First-clung Indy cook. Inqulro at
Leonard Hotel, 25-1 Fiont ' street.
Oood wages. 10-S-at
Work at the Cannery
It U progressing rapidly In all do
partmonts, but about 30 more girls
are wanted, Apply at onco. Salem
Mutual Canning Co. 10-8-3t
lMMtri and lre8t-
Several active, intll.Kon young
Buys a Good
We have a real good Fountain
I'M, a 14K solid gold pea pointed
with IrrldUw; a pes that will last
10 year and give perfect Mtlifac
t(e. All we auk for this pea la
11,99, and we sell It under a posi
tive guarantee. J net the thing for
the etudeatj " v
An unusually nice assortment
of tho newest In Silks at much
less than its real worth step in
nnd seo these bargain they come
In a great vnrjety of colors.
In great variety.
85c and 9Gc values
Changeable Chiffon Taffeta
Wide rango of choice.
11.00 and $1.25 values 7Qc
Sale Price ' Zj
DRESS GOODS BARGAINS
Wo aro creating a great furoro
among discriminate buyors who
aro eagerly buying our unmatched
dress goods bargains. Continu
ing this week wo. aro offering
ALL WOOL SKIRTING
In now weaves and colorings
you can bo pleased from this as
sortment of grand values.
$1.00 and J1.2G vnluos 'JQ
Special Salo O C
$1.00 and $2.00 values
THE RELIABLE GOODS
Wo mnko no Idle bonst when
wo say thnt "Crnveiictto" Is tho
best known, moBt universally
used, -and has given tho best sat
isfaction of any rn I up roof mater
ials. You can make no mlstako
In. getting ."Crnvenette," for a
gunranteo Is back of It. All
weights and colors to cIioobo from
nt our counters.
$1 .50 to $2.75
Indies can secure employment of a
very pleasant nnturo nnd nt good pay
For Information cnll at Tho Journal
II. T. O. Elks
Regular meeting tonight,, nt 8
At Dr. Stone's drug store, Salem,
Ore., a boy who desires to learn drug
business. Apply at onco 10,9-tf.
Overlook Fnrrlngton's market
whon giving your moat ordor.
11. I O. Klk
Regular meeting tonight nt 8
Balotn people havo been looking
for a good buttor. H. II. Rngan lino
Juit what you havo been looking
for. In tho celebrated Corvallls
Creamery Butter, and every pound
warranted. This butter Is highly
II. 1 O. Klk
Regular meeting tonight at 8
Ah ArcoiiiHtodfltiHg Cow Owner.
Mrs, Percy Pugh yesterday, to ac
commodate the regular rural carrier,
drove his one-horse rig ovor tho
route to Macleay. At least she tried
to do bo, but near the city limits she
ran against an obstruction, Some
ono, with an eye to tho promts of
fine pasturage for his cow, had staked
the bovluo by the roadside. The cow,
In pursuit of the roadside grata, had
gone acroee the read from where the
rope was fastened U the stake, and
whoa Mr. Pugh eame along, tho
picket rope was drawn taut, sad the
road was thoroughly blocked. She
called to the owner of the eow, who
was working nearby, to move the
cow, but he teld her If he eeuldu't
get pact the cow te take nowe oth
er read. She undertook to drive
near the fence, hack of the picket
HMt, when the fcumty (, tRa
hafts were Woken. The mult waa
the mull wm dJyd In delivery.
and Mra, Pugh wan out the anwuat
ft (he damage, wveral dollars, hut
tl cow maintained her poeHton aa
boes of the road.
All over towp there is a buzz
of preparation for coming winter
weather, and in bed clothing wo
have long been Salem's chief sup
pliers, because wo havo tho as
sortments, the values and the
in nil sizes and colors, tans,
white, light and dnrk bray.
45 to $2-25.
Instandard sizes in colors, tan,
white, light nnd dnrk gray.
?250 to io.
Best values in all sizes all
grado from cotton to down.
$1 to $12. 50-
Stnndard sizes, best Qualities.
GO to 2. 25
FOR COOLER WEATHER
Thcso aro treacherous days
ono hour cold, tho other warm!
but you can throw off tho ills by
keeping your skin warm, nnd only
buy your underwear where you can
depend on what they tell you.
Wo aro offering a splendid lino
of tho Justly eclobrnted
which nro known all ovor tho
country for their excellent quali
ties nnd beautiful finish. Other
makes In our, great stocks for
Ladles, MlBBesiand Children.
1 0c to $6
A. L. Brown enmo homo from Mn
John Aupperlo returned to Jeffer
son this morning.
B. F. Fresh, of tho Waldo Hills,
was In town today.
J. H. Stanton has none, to Portland
to work at the carpenter trade.
Rev. Mooro has gone to Mt. Angel
to attend a quarterly conference.
Kmli Koppo, of tho Eugene wool
en mills, Is In tho city today,
Hon. nnd Mrs. Tom Kny wont to
Portland this morning.
Dr. W. H. Byrd returned today
from a visit In Portland.
Governor Chamberlain returned
from Portland this morning,
Mayor F. V. Waters wont to
Shedds, Linn county, to look after
Dr, Allen, of Jefferson, returned
home this morning, after a visit with
Professor J. J, Kraps. of tho Capi
tal Normal, has gono to Tho Dalles.
to nttend a teachers' Institute.
Mr. and Mrs; Ira Erb have gone
to Hood River to attend tho fruit
Frank Hobson, one of the. attend
ants at the asylum, was a passenger
Portland-bound this morning.
Mrs. L. Fox, who has been visiting
her daughter In this city, left today
for her homo In Portland.
Rev, V. 8, Gordon, at one time
pastor of tho Leslie M. E. church, but
now of Gardiner, Douglas county. Is
In tho city on buslsos.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Roach, of
Cody, Wyo., havo been visiting John
Pembertoa, la the Red Hills, aad
left this mornlag for Alborta.
Peter Moore, a merchant at Al
blaa, haa been the guest of his broth
er, Rev. Moore, of St. Joseph'
C B, Sackett, who hat beea with
Frank Schafer for three yeara. has
gone to SilvertOR to work at haraeea
Mr, and Mr. EL Hefer and little
daughter, Florence, have gone to nt
tend the Irrigation convention nt
New models In flannel waists in
plain, hemstitched, tucked and
lace insertion, both three-quarter
and full 'length sleeves. All sizes
and colors are Bhown in this fine
91-50 to $9-00
Both socially and in business,
depends In a great measure upon
your appearance, and your ap
pearance, of course, Is ninety per
cent a matter of clothes. If you
want to stand well and make a
Successful "front" in all tho rela
tions of life, wear good clothing
not necessarily high-priced, but
clothing that has merit to It, to
gether with style and fabric.
Whether It Is youth or man wo
are prepared to fit you properly
and within your means, ns our as
sortment has a wldo range In col
ors, sizes, fabrics and prices. Wo
Union Made Clothing
The best of all, however. Is that
we don't want to sell you this
clothing on the strength of the
label, but true merit of the mer
chandise, nnd then, of course, tho
label makes the sale possible.
Others ask $12.50 to $35.00 for
no bettor clothing.
$10 to $30
Swell headwear for fall and win
ter wear your size is here and
ready for you. All prices from
$2 to $4
That nro made for style, comfort
and durability the best values
you'll hnd at
$3.50 to $4
Ray Andrews spent several days
here tho guest of college friends, and
loft today for his home at fiunnyslde,
Mrs. H. E. Dorothy, of Portland,
who brought a pntlent to tho asy
lum hospital, from Multnomah coun
ty, returned home this morning.
Mrs. R. A. Cnrter, who has beon
visiting Mrs. Kate Watt, left for Gold
Hill this morning. Sho makes fier
homo at Lexington, Ore.
. S. A. Parks, ono of the nttendant
nt tho asylum, loft this morning for
Eugene, where he will take n two
J. C. Stovens, head district hydro
grapher, arrived today from hend
qimrters In Portlnnd on official busi
ness at tho capltol.
Miss Ethel Rosslter, of Portland,
is lu itho city visiting rolntlves and
friends for a few dnys. Sho Is acconfc
pnnled by her brother, W. G. Rossi
tor, of Mexico City, who Is spending
some tlmo In Oregon visiting his rel
STEWART-SHUTZ. At the home
of the brldo's paronts, In East Sa
lem, Wednesday, October 10,
190G, Miss Rose Shuts to Mr. W.
I. Stewart, Rev. P. S. Knight of
The young couple will reside in
Joseph, Wallowa county. The bride
Is the daughter of Mrs. L. ShuU, and
has lived In this city for a numbor of
LESL1E-MORROW, At the homo
of tho bride's parents in Salem,
Wednesday last, October 10, 1906,
at 12 o'clock. Miss Emma E. Mor
row to Mr. Montlo Leslie, Rev. P.
S. Knight officiating.
The groom is a plumber at Eu
gene, where the young couple will
reside. Tho bride has only beea In
the city tho past two months, com
ing hero from Woodburn.
Kttglkdt Hop Crop.
Joseph Harris, of this city, re
ceived a cablegram from Liverpool
this siarnlncr mvIkp k ,.-. y.,
eetlmate of the hop crop In England
thle year U 246,00 cwt.
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Prepared for the Public Schools
and the Family Circle.
Suffering from the pangs of unre
quited love, Harry Smith, a young
man, shot and killed Miss Mary Shep
ard, a school teacher, who had Jilted
him, and then blew out his own
The negroes In the southern states
.are petitioning the Interstate com
merce commission to do away with
"Jim crow"- cars on Southern rail
roads. They want to ride In the
same coaches with the white people.
Chinese are being smuggled Into
New England at a wholesale rate, in
violation of the Chinese exclusion
John B. McDonald, a Tammany
chief has deserted the Democratic
party and has announced he will not
support Hearst for governor of Xew
York. Tho betting In the city is
three to one in favor of Hughes, the
Republican candidate. However, the
Hearst people claim the state by 200,
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, of the
Temple Beth Israel, of Portland, will j
I II.. TC 1 In nnL !
IL'ilVU 1UI IUU -CU&l iU CUbUj)' " Ji.
among his people. He was given a
banquet at Portland last night.
John Spitzner, a dissolute butcher,
who tried to kill Judce Yoder with
dynamite Tuesday night at Chehalls.j
Washington, committed suicide yes
Circumstances are against Vel
guth. Even In the penitentiary he
enn't keep his hands out of other
Negroes have petitioned tho Inter
state commerce commission to do
away with "jim crow" cars, and com
pelling railroads to cease drawing
the color line. The commission may
issue the order, but there will be an
other war In the South before it can
be enforced nnd then it can't.
The Woman's Auxullnry of St.
Paul's parish will meet at tho resi
dence of Mrs. Squire Farrar, 606
Commercial street, Frldny, October
I2th, at 2:30 p. m. Those having
lesson lenflets please bring them,
nlso contents of mite -boxes.
The trial of Fred Bustrln, for the
murder of Joe Kretcher, the St. Paul
marshnl, has been set for November
Judgo Burnett, at 2 o'clock this
nfternoon, dismissed the Jury In the
suit of Lucy Anderson against Earl
Aupperlo, and the case was set for
Will Test the Law.
Mrs.. Sarah Doyens swore out n
warrant last ovenlng ngalnst Lnfo
Cooper In Judge Webster's court yes
terday. Sho chnrges that Cooper
has been boarding at tho house of
the plaintiff, and that he attempted
to take hla derture without paying
his board bill, which amounted to
?S. At tho tlmo he was arrested by
Sheriff Culver ho was packing his be
longings. Tho trial lias been set for
Velguth Mixes Dough.
Velguth Is now working in the
prison bake shop. As he Is an aris
tocrat, It is suggested that he con
fine his efforts to the upper crust
whon baking pies.
The young spender takes his Im
prisonment philosophically, and haa
very little to say. Superintendent
James gave him what is considered
light work, because ho haa been lq an
office for years, and Is not physically
ablo to perform hard labor. '
The parting last night between, the
two brothers was pathetic. Arthur
Velguth showed the most emotion,
and tear drops glistened In hla oyea
when he Bald goodbye to his way
" Tho Wrong MedlclHe.
Doctor, can't you give me some
thing to relieve my sleeplessness?
Yes; I could prescribe a sedative,
but drugs would do you no real
good. Instead of thai let me recom
mend a large, fat onion, to be eaten
raw just before going to, bed.
Why, doctor, that' exaatly what
keeps me awake.
How can it, poealbly have that ef
fect My wife eata It. Chicago Tribune
"Hwat's" the matter with reetor-
tactfce W Aute-gaxe wy et aeit
Ing "awlch" "awlle" we nro about
K? That's the way wo pronounee
thew. Atlanta ConetKuttoa.
To be Thrown Open for Seatl
, ,ue Lasi or This
i ' Month
Carson, Nev., Oct. 11. The ute4
oiaies lanu omce nere Has receded
no advices saying tho principal pot.
lion of the Walker -Indian resem"
tlon would be thrown open to entrril
nf tirlon. fMnlioi- on), t.t ''1
ing the dispatches from Washlngtoj
are correct, the register says th
method of alloting mineral and g. I
'"""""" muuo win uo outlined It
the general land office. Mining men
are deeply interested in the allot.
ment method, innsmuch as the lawi
of Nevada don't limit the number
claims any person can locate. n.
reservation consists principally t
mineral lands, gold, silver and tem
per.. A big rush Is anticipated, til I
trouble Is expected unless a Dear.
able system of allotment is devise! '
Six townships are reserved for ths
A Chinese Heformer and Novelist.
About four years ago there lived
quietly In nn American family fa
the north end of Manhattan a quiet,
pale young Chinese student who waj
tho continued wonder of his hot
In that ho seemed to write Incessant
ly day and night with diily infinitesi
mal intervals for rest and food. This
youth was Liang Chi Choa, a bril
liant romancer, according to Chinese
standards, and the creator of a new
school, inasmuch as he vras Intro
duced Into the somewhat tangled
fabric of tho Chinese tale a sem
blance of consecutive plot and sort
ing out of a logical latter-day lesson
rather than the glory of somebody's
long defunct ancestors. He Is the
author of over 200 books nnd In
numerable newspnper articles, and Is
a profound student of political orga
nization, understanding the advan
tages and drawbacks of every style
of government under which man has
tried to live. During the Inst year
or two, Liang Chi Choa, who Is Kanfc
Yu Wei's first vice .president and de
signated successor, has been living's
in studious retirement in YoKonaraa.
His Interesting "Tour in America" Is
tho Chinese standard reference work
nnd guide to the United States.
His real occupation has been the
drafting of the proposed Chinese
constitution from his notes of the
constitution of the United States and
the causes of its various amend
ments, tho Code Napoleon, the Ger
man Verfnssung and tho British con
stitution, tho result of his labor
promising to uo more on the line
of the last named than any of the
others, owing to Its age and the ,
fact that It has brought the English
raco up from a comparatively prlml1
tivo state to Jho highest pitch of
civilization, while preserving the
throne, the state religion, and the
Bemblanco of a feudal system.
Two successive Imperial missions j
treated with-Kang Yu Wei and Llaa ,1
Chi Chao with this end In view, for,
although absent and hardly daring
to place themselves within reach of
the dowarger's court, they have cre
ated that once unknown quantity In
China nubile onlnion. and hold that
public opinion In tho hollows of their K
hnnds. Thus tho secret diplomacy
of China must como to Now York to
treat with the real power which
sways China today, and which alone
holds back the troubled masses fro
revolt. New York Evening r-
Norwich Unk Fire Ins
Frank Meredith, Resident AS
Office with' Vm. Brown & C x
oner to Loan
Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, SaleiV.
Pur Sale Cheap Two barns. c
moved or torn down. Good U
ber. See W. I. Staley, at Cap"
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HI 1 1 Mil Hill HI I iH-frT.
f Capital Normal::
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J J. J. Krage a4?.W. Sg I
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