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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1908)
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A auperb display now ready for
your choosing. Thrco times he
nBsortment you will find anywhere
olao about town. ExcIubIv'o mode!,
and rb usual tho most reasonablo
prices prevail hero. Long Coat Sulti
In vory attractlvo models, skirts of
tho latest fashion and materials to
plcaws ovory Individual fancy. Tho
display 1b worth coming to sec and
lnctudea tailored suits of all grades.
It's no trouble for us to show our
goods wo want people to know that
Wo nro soiling to, and pleasing morn
people for less money than any stor'i
Children's and Misses'
Reefers and Peter Pan
tho now "Orogon Coat," nnvy blue
ttnd cardinal, with Oregon button'.
Tho but maffi fichcai clotlit tn
tho mnrkot. .This nssortmgnt II tli-j
Inrgott wo linvo qvq shown In rgady-
to-wenr gurmontn for thtPyoung poo-'
No. 396 '
For Wednesday Only wo offer a
Leather Purso with, coin purse, mir
ror and card holder, trimmed with
brasj or gun metal, for Wednesday
Only at fi y
On sale at 8:'30. No tele- "jjC
phono orders received.
. Our Shoo Department will out do
itself this Fall in volume of buBlneo.
The selection of styles are authentic.
Tho stocks aro greater, the values
are better and selections will b
made easier by consulting our exper
ienced fitters. They are the men
who know. New line of Children's
School Shoes, Men's Fall Shoes,
SHOE SECTION COURT STREET
Hy far tho largest show
ing in Salem. Now and
hotter values than We
over had on dlBplay be
fore at tho lowest posji
A few at Special Re
New Dress floods
Our Dress Goods Department in
full to over-Ilowing with tho most
modish, worthy and beautiful Autumn-
Fabrics. All that's now and
good Is represented In sweeping
variety, with full quota of the
Btaple weaves which tho season
makes no change.
Pastel Broadcloth In the new
est evening Bhndes for Opera
We are enthusiastic over
our new showlnf of -now
ribbons and neckwear.
Wo direct particular at
tention to the ribbon dis
play. Fancy new ribbon
bows and sashes to match
All the now colors, In
cluding Gold. These arf
tho latest things for
Evory day from now on Increases
the beauty of tho showing in this de
partment. The display Is already
greater than ovor boforo nnd wo aro
reasonably suro of having everything
you want now. Wo featuro a few of
tho now styles.
Black Taffotas, plain tailored. .
Black McBsolino, fancy laco trim
med. All colors of Taffeta plain and
Wool College Wa'8ts something
entirely now In tho now colors,
WAIST SECTION FIRST FLOOR
New Infant's Wear
Stunning now garments for the
littlo tots. A larger variety and big
ger stock than wo havo over before
shown. The now Teddy Bear Sultp
Includo mittens, logglns, sweater),
toques, in pure white and white with
stripes. A larger and hotter Bhowlng
of dresses, skirts, bcotces, stork
pants, hoods, mittens, shawls,
Cnpvflf M loot by
llirt JSebaifner & Mm
Hop Pickers' Gloves and Supplies
Lndlcs' combination, de
tnchablo handles, silk cov
ors, sporlnl to Introduco
$3.98 and. $1.98
Cotton Bait Special
Dig three-pound Money Bal:
Cotton Datts. A nargalu at
Owl Cut Rate
Drug Sale Hudnuts Toilet
The Latest Cut Styles
for Fall 1 908
of Men's Suits and Overcoats. Wo havo selected from!
leading tailors their choicest paterns and fabric for the
drossors. Tho pains wo lmvo tnkon and tho new jmi
certainly will nppeal to evory man who cares a to tit
pcaranco of his outer garments. If you want to be
dressed come to u.
Suits from $1 5 to $3!
SEE COURT STREET DISPLAY
flENUlNE HYOHADE HEATHER
Usunlty sold for $2. CO and $3 00
Our Advance Fall Special. On
display In tho Petti
NEW M ERODE
Silk and Wool mlxturos, vest aiul
pants special 98e and
$1.25 a garment. . . ,. .
1 ! I t H tM I I I I I I I I t- Oiiu Wck Until Fnl
. How about that suit or hat? Do
they nood donning? if so, Johmoti
& Stogo nro tho onos to do tho work.
N'oxt door to Journal olllco.
Have ttw DUrwiiil
Send check or pay at oilier on or
before Soptombor I Oth, to Havo dis
count on Soptombor water bills.
' TJi I m Corona
The most rensonnhloprlood cigar
,on the market. Price tOe. Try one
'Mind bo convinced.
Hchool Hoard Moot
At a mooting of tho board ol
school director Saturday uvoutng
tho resignation of Ml km draco Mots-
Kor wna accepted. Miss Mao E. Dul
lard was elected to tako Miss Mela
ger'a position as teacher In tho slith
grdi. Ooorgo L. Soltrlobor was
'. uloctcd tt tako olmrgo of tho draw
ing work in tho school.
Mowy 8whI v
fly paying wntor bllU ou or befor
' 8eptuiber 10th. P73t
' (8AnUary innrHel will furnUU you
with tho best In tho meat lino. Phono
lfH CcmtpAHy Stilts
Henry dumqkson Salunlay aftor
kooh Vim begun a suit In tho circuit
court axalnst tho T. II. Hubbard
HoJ company to vcovor I134.7U nl
lettsi to bo duo on tho a!o of G000
powRds of hop. Caivy F. Martin ap
ptV as Uoruv7 lor Gulllcksen
Q O O O O O O O
Movements of Salem
O O O O O O O O O O
lt(i. It. W. Mason, of Mohnmn,
spout Sunday In Snlom.
W. H. Sotuors hna returned from a
buslines visit to 1'ikouo.
N. J. Hauiou, of Orugou City, is In
tho city transacting IiusIuosh.
Miss Elma Wollor hn openod tho
fall term nt bor piano studio.
Herman Itoburtuou, of Urooks, wni
visiting friends hero Sunday.
Eugene HckorUa wna visiting St.
Paul for a abort tlmo yestorday.
Mrs. Pearl Phillips has gone to
Portland to visit for n fow days.
Prof, and Mrs, W. B. Kirk havo re
turned from Ploneervllle, Idaho.
O. W. Kinqrson rottirmM to Cottage
Orovo today, after a visit lu this city.
T. D Kay was In Kugono yesterday
.looking after his business IntorosU.
Prof. W. I. Staloy and family havo
roturnod from an outing at Day City.
II. J. Arnold, tho well-known
anuuomont man, was In tho city Sim
day. ( Mrs. Carey Martin has loft for
Idaho to visit her parents for a fow
J. S. Marblo and family, of Tacc
ma, nro in tho city visiting for a few
M,la Virginia Nowlon, of Astoria,
Fawk ho !lct a complaint u SUest of her slitor. M1m Anna
against tho Horst Hop compauy nl- jNowlon
llug that 11441.14 U duo him for u A MrgU ,ett (or Kowburg thla
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the Horst compsny In April of this.
year. John H. and C. L. McNary am
tho attorneys for th plaintiff.
Will bo tho last day to pay wtur
bllU and get tho 10 per cent dis
Heard tko latest song, "Take Mo
to tho Hall (lame." One of tho h'ta
of tho season. At tho "Midway."
Kt Hwty fr Wva FMk
Hy ortlfrlHg yoMr grocrles from .
X. Lwie. Mwm ail
morning to transact tyuilness for a
MUj Alice llollock arrived today to
visit with friends and relatives for a
number of days.
Floyd Raytou went to Kugeno this
morning to look after bustuoM mat
tns for a few days.
P. t Knighton and family havo re
lumed, fiom Cascadla, where they
spnt a week's outing.
Attorney A. It Johuson, of Port
land, spent Sunday visiting friends ia
Mr. and Mrs. Chauacy ItUhop
kavo koro to Hoo4 RlvJr, wkero they
will vktt frkis.
II. 6. Purkor and daughterrRuth
' loft this morning for Portland to visit
for a short time,
O. L. CI!ov, of LIvo- Iako. Ore ,
was In the city, yesterday vlsttlng
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Moredith nnd
little dnughtor returned Snturdny
from Portland. '
Mrs. Dr. H. D. Kimball has ro
tumod to Snloni from an oxtondtd
tour lu tho East.
Al. Case has roturnad to his homo
In Portland after vlsttlng with friends
horo for n short tlmo.
Mrs. S. E. King has returned to
WftUn Walla, aftor a few weeks'
visit li this. city.
II. 0. Moyor and family havo re
turned from Newport, whore , thoy
have pont the summor. .
Miss Jessie Mltcholl has returned
from Newport, whoro she spent sev
eral weeks' vacation.
Miss, Lola Daniels hat returned to
her homo In Oregon City, aftor
spending Sunday at Salem.
Mrs. H. H. Newell, of Portland,
vliltod her parents. Mr. and Mra. C.
T. Mclntlre, ovor Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Heist, rocontly of Evana
ton, 111., will preach at tho First Moth
odlst church Thursday evening.
Mrs. Frnuols tilllmnu wont to Port
land this morning to visit for a short
tlmo with her son. Frank Olllman.
Miss Chandler, assistant secretary
of tho Y. W. C. A., Portland, spont
Sunday with. Miss Loollae Skalfo.
W. C. llrooks, of Portland, has ar
rived and will make arrangements
tor a stock display at the stato fair.
Prof. Edwin Sherwood, of Wlllara-
etto University, preached at Liberty
Sunday, representing tho Interest.) of
Rev. I. A. Parker, of Tillamook,
has moved with his family to Salem,
and will enter the Kimball College of
Mrs. Charles Soholl and littlo
daughter, Margaret, left today for
Portland, where they will make their
homo in the 'future with Mrs. Scholl's
slstor, Mrs. Paus,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Miller returned
to tholr home In Portland yesterday
after vUltlug with Mrs. Mlllor'a pa
rents. Mr. aud Mrs. Johu Marnoch.
south of this city.
Mr. an! Mrs. Thomas Denny ami
daughter, AUa. havo returned to
their borne U Rowburg, after visit-
1 Ing for n few weeks with relatives
and frlonds here mid In Portland.
Mrs. H. II Spcor hna returnod to
Ilolic, Idaho, after spending fovcrnl
weoks visiting with friends nnd rela
Dean Honry D. Kimball, of the
College of Theology, Is attending the
Columbia River conference at Wo
natch, Wash., during tho present
T. Mnplethorpo, wife and brothor,
have returned from Roalyn, Wash.,
whore Mr. Mnplothorpo's brothor,
who was klllod In the mlnoj lately,
Rev. M. M. Reed, Ph. G.( has re
turned from Ten Mile, where ho ha
neon serving lu the M. E. ohurch fon
tho mi in mar. Ho will resume his
studies nt Willamette University.
Rev. W. R. Wlnnns, tho Suudnv
school specialist, la In Snlom for a
fow days. He will spend the wintor
Music lovers enjoyed a treat at the
First Mothodlst church Sunday morn
ing when Mrs. Frank Dean rondere-l
tho solo "Ashamed of Jeans." and
Prof. Roberts playod the "Deatu
March" from Saul.
Mr. Royal D. Msbe. a recent grad
uate of Willamette University, is 1 1
Salem. Ho will enter th Hosto
University this fall to take a post
Mr. and Mn. James McEvoy hav
returned from a pleasant outing a
Newport. Jim says he is in tho pln
of condition now to return to Mi
work In the store, and that tho sun
burst appearance of his face Indi
cates he la very near right.
Charley Wlllman returned to Eu
gone last evening, after visiting hi
brother, Frank, for a week. Charles
will go over to Cascadla to spend a
week's outing before returning to
his work at tho Hotel Gross.
FEAR FOR LIVES
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and desolation. Blackened. BlacK
ened and smoking pile of charred
wood, little heaps of gray ashes scat
tered, by the breese. piles of brich
and mortar, all canopied with a dense
pall of smoko comprising what wa
one of tko. most Soarlsklng -towns on
tke Mwwfe iron rase. Tko oaly
buildings romalnlng nro tho now
$125,000 high school, tho grado
school, tho Cathollch church, tlu
Italian clvirch and a dozen dwelling
In tho southernmost parts of tho town
which were savod by u fow heroic
fire flghtors who stuck to their post'
in tho face of tho cyclonic oiislaugh!
of the llnmos nnd smoke.
Loss Will Do 91,7.10,000.
Tho damngo to proporty Is ostl
nuted nt $1,000,000 and tho person
al proporty at $750,000, Including
tho stooks of tho morohnnts. H. A.
Hlbblng, an Iiiiiiranco mnn, who had
many policies on property In tho de
stroyed town, ostlmatos tho Inaurnnco
cnrrlod by Chlsholm merchants nt
Hlbblng, fire mllos we.t of Chlo
holm, affordod accommodations to
about 1000 rofugoea from Chlsholm
last night, and It h expected that
3000 would be glvon plncos to Bleep
tonight. Tho Duluth, Mesba & North
orn started a car of tents from Du
luth for Hlbb'ng this afternoon on
recoipt of a message from Mayor
Warwick. A thousand tents can be
used, and by tomorrow night n whlto
city will havo sprung tip on tho en
virons of Hlbblng?.
Ovor 1000 were glvon beds in pri-
vato homes and hotels last night, as
most or unisnoinrs popu'atlon was
too excited to seek a placo of tost.
There aro many destitute porsoni.
Many men who were rated aa well-to
do are without funds to buy a moal
today. Iu most -instances theso mlh
fortunes aro only temporary, as many
will soon recelvo tholr Insurance
money. However, some merchants
lost everything that they had except
tho clothes on their backs, and there
will bo much suffering aud financial
Four Rumored Hurried.
Three unknown lumbermen and
the wife of one of them aro g-ttppoged
to "have perished In the forest flros
near Hlbblng yesterday. Searching
parties are out looking for the bodies
In the carpet of the forest today. No
word ha been received from tho
SOUTH CAVES.- In Salem. Ore
gon, September 5, 190S, by Rev. P.
S. Knight, O, II, South, V Polk
county, and Iva L. Caves, of Ma
Tke youa-g people rl4 aear Ide-
Hle, la Petk dp4y.
MONEY TO l
Ovur Ladrt k Sirh'i t3U
Norwich Union Fire
Frank Merrdlfh, ItoMtau
Ofl'c with Win Brown 1
29 Commorclnl iret
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