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DAELX CAPELAL 30VKSAU SALEM, QREGOS. T IT-SI A1.. OCTOBER. IQylOl 1.
' from our Sunday ad
An Immense Sate of
for three' days, Mon
day, Tuesday and
Wednesday, All blan
kets in all weights and
colors, included in this
An Imporatnt Sale of
Ladies High Class Suits
Regular prices to $35 Spe
cial at $18.85, Newest up-to-date
styles in all the latest
weaves, You'll be surprised
at these exceptional values,
IS ON TODAY
I UNITED P1EBS LIED
San Francisco, Oct. 10 Despite
reports of light polling' all over Call
fornia 'today on various amendments
jto the state constitution, "political
j forecasters here this afternoon de
l clare that most of the proposals will
jbe sanctioned by the people.' "The
Initiative, referendum and lecail
i amendment, It Is said, is sure ta car
!ry by a heavy vote- Woman suf
frage tpo, It Is predicted vi 1 be
adoitted by a narrow majority.
! The most" important of the .ther
I amendments offered to the people for
approval are those strengthening tle
powers of the state railroad co'.nini
slon and allowing for con'pmsory
workmen's compensation'. The pas
sage of both Is predlrted, the v te In
the last case being expected to be
double for the positive ssld.- that cast
by those who oppose the amendment.
Political prophets here arlmir that
suffrage will be beaten In San F:an
clsco and the bay cities by not more
than 4,000 or 5,000. At the last elec
tion It was beaten by a larte r. ajor
Ity. The difference, It Is believed,
with the 'probably affirmative state
vote, will bo sufficient to 'sfrv.ru We
ballot to women. i ' ..
, Prices Cut in Two
Hand embroidered and lace
trimmed styles from our reg
ular stock selling at
Special meeting of Pacific
Lodge No. B0, A. P. ft A.
M, tblg evening. Work In
the K. A. degree. Visiting
fush for Old Accounts
Comes easily and direct It you em
ploy the "Salem Mercantile AgencV,"
201 U. S. Hank building. 10-3-eod-2w
Lecture U Free
No charges for admlsHlon to hear
Miss Hootli at The C.rnnrt tonight.
" Motel Marlon
Serves Merchants lunch from 12 to
2:00, BOc. Regular dinner Sunday,
5:30 to 8:110. ood-tf
Mrs. Strong, of Sun Ki-hik-Im-o
Is demonstrating the wonderful
Calorie HrelesH cook stove this week
at Duron & Hamilton's. '
HiIiiit l'rlsoncrN to Pen
Chief of Police Lewis, Hood River,
and Olllccr Ollnger, arrived In the
city last evening with James Brooks
John Collins, and James Stevenson,
who were convicted at that place of
robbing a box car, and turned I hem
over to tho authorities at the state
The management of the Palm The
ater during the past month have
been renovating and thing up their
place. The manager, Mr. V. P.Mor
rison, s-ays they Intend to have as at
tractive a little theater as there Is In
Salem, and that the class of pictures
they put on there will be second to
none. In addition the mnttagemcnt
w ill bring in special attractions from
time to time, such as the Knn Com
edy Co. which they present this
Lecture Is Free
No charges for admission to hear
Miss Booth at The Grand tonight.
Women' Club breakfast '
The committee In charge will be
at the public library Wednesday af
ternoon from ' 2 to 4 o'clock. All
tickets must be secured nt this time.
Are You Interested
In flreliws cookers? See the dom
onst rater this week at Buren &
Hnmlltons'. You can get sumo points
that will bo useful to you, whether
you own a cooker or not.
Lecture Is Free
No charges for admission to hear
Miss Ilooth at The Grand tonight.
t '',-' .. ,
Klrec.s Cook Inn
Expert demonstration at Burn ft
Ilooth Lecture Free
Outside of the charges for rose"ved
seats, no charges are made for ad
mission to the Opera House to hear
Miss Booth tonight.
A Public Holiday
A half holiday has been given the
school children when President Taft
visits Salem next, Thursday. How
ever, the fact senis to have been
overlooked that October 1 2th. which
Is the day of tho president's visit,
was set by the last legislature as "a
public holiday." This was done as a
token of appreciation of the tine
work of Chrlslopher Columbus In
discovering us. The legislators pioli
ably realized that if I! hmlu't been
for Christopher they would not have
been in the legislature. Anyway. It
Is a public holiday, all day.
Twenty Transports Siti. , .
inNtTun passu uukid wibb.1 ' .
T.urlcn. Oct. 10. An oillcial dis
patch from Naples declares that '20
Italian transports sailed today for
Syracuse, where they will Join the
second division of the Tripoli expe
dition. It is reported that Turkey torpe
do boats, off the coast of Sicily', are
prepnred for battle. ? 1 ' '
The belief prevails In London that
the landing of more -Italian ti-oope
In Tripoli means the end of the war
as far as Turkey",ls concerned, and
that Peace will be declared shortly.
THE LEGAL BAR
The supreme court this afternoont
announced that the following had
been successful In passing the bar
examination: George F. Skiff, Geo..
Crego C. P. Judge, Floyd Bearle;
Melvln D. Snow, S.; S. Johnson,. R.
M. Burlny, W. K. Royal, Bradley A
Ewerg, Shirley D. Parker,, Stanley
II. Rich, John Hendrlckson, Robert
McKenzle, Ralph; Q. Dlmlck, EnieTy
Charles Dye, Charles J. Zerzan, R.
E. Robblns, Paul C. . Layboume,
Claud Denilng, Percy C. Wood, King
man Brewster, J. G. Arnold, Ernest
L. Dodd and O. h. Klug.
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If THE CASE
Richmond, Va., Oct. 10. The fight
for the life of Henry Clay Beattte Jr.,
the wealthy young man convicted of
the murder of his wife, will be car
ried on through a writ of error, pe
tition which hla attorneys a're pre
paring, according to statements
made here today. The petition will
be presented in court November 8.
An alleged- statement made ly the
condemned man to a friend Is pub
lished here today as follows.
"I will show them how a man
should die, if that is what they are
waiting for. Electric char? Bah.
What's that nothing. If the switch
board Is near enough, 111 turn the
current on myself. When a man has
got to die let him die manfully and
without whimpering. But there Is
the supreme court. It still must act
on my case before evrythlng is over.
I suppose sonje people are glad I am
In this fix."
THE OLD BLY THEATRE
Under New Management
The Knox Comedy Co.
Oct. 12, 13, 14, and 15
This is one of the best comedy
companies on the road and
will put on first class attract
ions Prices 15c and 25c
SKIN A MASS OF FIRE
Horrible torture pain, ur.tlur
able d?ys when the who'e body
seems to be burning up long
nights of sleepless agony
Insttiiit relief the skin cooled and
refreshed all burning and Itching
Thousands testify to this thou
sands who suffered from eczema,
psoriasis and other skin 'troubles,
until they heard of that simple, cool
ing wash of wlntergreen. thymol and
other Ingredients krown as D. D. D.
Prescription, f ..
3 .Samuel Lewis, 'of St. Paul,
Minn, writes: 'I used three bottles
of D. D. D. Prescription, and now my
skin, once a mass of II re and Irrita.
Hon, Is as smooth, and soft as a
A 2rc trial bottle wllj'glve you
We are so certain of 'what D. D. D.
will do for you that we offer you a
full-size bottle on this guarantee
If you do not find that,. It takes away
the Itch AT ONCE, it costs you not a
cent. !''' ' ' '
Call here and talk It over. -
3. C. Perry. " '.'' ' .
Judge Eakln In response to ad
vices that his brother, 3. B. Eakln
was 111 at Eugene, left for that city
yesterday to remain until he Is Im
Miss Ruth Reed Is back from vis
iting friends at Jefferson.
F. R. Hunt was a Eugene business
visitor in the cltv yesterday.
Mrs. Mabel Gibson Is visiting Mrs,
.1. 6. Macomber at Oakdale, Poll
county. v ' '.
Mrs. Frank Cutsfortli, who has
been visiting friends In the city, has
returned to her home at Gervals.
Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Ijng, of Har
risburg, who have been visiting
friends in the city, have returned
Mr. and Mrs. U Dresner, parents
Of Mrs. Dr. M. P.: Mendelsohn, leave
this evening on the Shasta Ll-nited
for their hftme In San Franciaco.
They are so - well pleased with the
Cherry City that they expect to re
turn next spring and make Salem
j Ladies qnd Misses' Suits at a GreatSavinp-1
' We have placed One Hundred Suits ori our racT t
mixtures and fancy suitings. The latest in cut
ctii iaiiuiiurcu aiiu 11 v,uai saun linea.
Lot 1 priced at $12.50
Lot 2 prices at $15.00
Attractive little one-piece and middy dresses I
best quality of serge. Low neck, short sleeves, hiah
neck and long sleeves and middy blouse and' skirt
in rea, navy ana orown. ah neatly trimmed
braid. Ages 6 to 14 years.
Priced from $5.75 to $12.5oi
Women's long and short Kimonas and Lounging Robes l
made of crepes and novelty materials, regular qq I
prices $1.75 to $2.25. Special . . . . OC !
These are from a salesman's sample line, some are
slightly mussed; here is a chance for a good saving j
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 North Liberty Street
Between State and Court Streets
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING NEWS
Tuesday, Oct. 16.
NOTE We will give In this col
umn, from time to Mine, flints on the
preparation and use of meat food
products that may be used for the
betterment of and economy In your
cooking. I'nion Meat Co.
The time was when It was a rare
occurrence to purchase lard in any
other way that in bulk and the cus
tomer knew nothing about the qual
ity of the lard until It was used at
home. Nowadays, however, most
lard is sold under a brand and In
pails so that the customer knows
she is getting what she wants that
the quality must be uniform.'
Perfectly pure lard, like butter,
turns rancid if It Is not kept in a
cool place. It Is best to keep It In a
refrigerator if possible. The reason
of this is, that pure lard, like our
Columbia Brand, contains nothing
but the choice cuts of fat from "gov
ernment inspected iogs, "tried opt"
In an open kettle In the same old
fashioned way as our mothers hised
to do. It contains no stearin and
melts at a low temperature. The
cheaper grades of lard are "refined"
as is Pearl shortening md while
they will keep for a longer period
without turning rancid when fresh,
they are not as "short" or as "sweet"
as Columbia. For real goodness and
flavor you can't beat open kettle ren
dered lard. Union Meat Co.
After foal Barons.
lUNITIO riHI U1BIG VIRI. ' NEW TODAY.
Washington. D. C., Oct. 10. Attor-
ney General Wlckersham and hfs as-
sociates today opened the argument FOR SALE A new modeij built 5-
of the anthracite coal trust ease be- room bungalow, on extra large
fore the United States supreme court. corner )ot; cheap, if taken now.
Chief Justice White ordered allthe 1510 Bellevue street. 10-10-3t
railroad rate cases ass!gnpi for
Hearing January 8. These Include WANTED Man to dig potatoes on
th Oregon Minnesota, Missouri, Ken- shares. Inquire of I. N. Ridgeway,
tucky and West Virginia rate Mse3. ' . ."e Nursey man. t Gilliam's Stable.
Any. man who will jilt a girl de- " -
serves to enjoy what,he subsequently FOR SALE Good piano, J100 cash.
Sets- ! See me at once. Address 705 Bel-
mont street, or phone 1100.
Mrs. James Mills, who has been
visiting In the city for several days,
has returned to her home at Tillamook.
Journal Want Ads Brlntf Results
VW.n HANKER FOR VHKTTY THINGS THAT SIMPLY EXIST
VOU T1IEIK OWN REAVTY'S SAKE? THEN YOU WILL 1!EL.
LY ENJOY OUH FIXE IHSI'I.AY OK JEWELRY. WOMEN OV ALL
A(ii:s HAVE ADORNED THEMSELVES WITH JEWELS AND
rumors stones, they are no dieeerext today, and
voi r own love ok them is natural, come in and
look ouu link over.
I BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
When I sleep
I (1 renin o (
will be here
October , 12,
and hi will
see yi.u look
ous. Now, there's
T o g e r y
prosper o u b
In and buy
that it w fall
suit and oth
er accessories now. as ws have
Jutit received a bunch, of new mer
chandise. At least. have that oil '.suit
pressed by our expert cleaning
and p.ivsslng service.-' e will
call for and deliver your gar
ments. THE TOGGERY
167 Commercial Street
Pare Taatls At. Hors
Phone 35 Mala
(To be continued) ..
NEAL-SAUCIER At the parsonage
of the First Christian church at 12
m., Monday, October 9, 1911, Miss
Eugenia Saucier, to Elbort. G. Neal,
the Rev. Davis Errett officiating,
Reltz, on the Garden Road at 11
p. in., Monday, an eight-pound boy.
Mrs. Reltz Is a daughter of C. E.
Grand Opera House,
Saturday, Oct. 14
Lillil H V VU ill RflWftl
in Tic Diadem of Musical Comcdia
By ADAMS, HOUGH and HOWARD
Three Absolutely Original Dances:
, Prices, 50c to U
Seats on Sale Friday, 9 a.
WANTED A good sized lot close to
car line, not too far out. Cash.
Telephone 96 Main. 10-6-tf
BOY WANTS work on farm. Oscar
Miller, Route 3, Phone Farmm
FOR SALE $800 will buy a ne
five room house, lot 50x150, high
and sightly, two blocks from car
terms if necessary. See J. D. Bo
hanon at Monument shop, Cl'y
-View Cemetery. n).
FOR RENT Furnished, a five room
cottage on car line, or will sell
furniture and rent house. Phone
Main 1111. ' 10-10-3t
I STILL have a few good R. C.
Rhode Island Red hens and pullets
which I will sell. See me at 670
Mill street or phone 1390.
FOR SALE A good eight room plas
tered house,' with electric lights
and hot and' cold water and seven
lots only three blocks from the
couYt house. This place also has
a small chicken house and a barn.
Will be sold vefy reasonable, If
taken soon. For particulars phone
Main 1391. 10-9-3t
Cottage Undertaking Parlors
Modern In every detail. Lady assist
ant. Corner Cottage and Chemeketa.
Phone 7 24'.
MONEY TO LOAN
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd and Bush Bank. Salem. Ot
Fire Insurnace Society.
Rurghardt a Meredith, Resident Ag
883 STATE STREET.
FOR SALE Cheat seed at Buckner's
feed store, South Commercial
street. $1.00 per sack. 8-23-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
jOn Farm Property. John H. Scotl
& Co.. over th.. Chlcaen Store. S
flem, Oregon. Phone 1552.
MOVED S. B. Catterlln & Co. have
moved from their present location,
467 State street, to Room 6, Catlln
& Lynn building, over Salem Bank
& Trust. 10-6-lm
FOR SALE Six room bungalow,
new, $1430. $100 down, balance
$15 per month. , See Homer H.
Smith, McCornack building.
WANTED Position as
In widower's family;
and neat. Address '
E. " V.", care
' The following articles of Incor
poratlon have been filed with the sec. i
retary of state. ' j
I Northwest Mining Bureau, Port-1
Molalla State Hank, Molalla, $15.-
: ooo. -.. ;
Coos Ray Oil & Qas company, i
Marshfleld $25,000. . V' . I
I Siskiyou Hydraulic Mining com-'
pany, Portland, $5000. '
Mullno Townsite company. Oregon '
jClty, $3000. . ' j
Western Contracting company, ,
' Oregon Woodenware Mfg. Co..
; Portland. $s000.
Security State Bank, .Woodburn,
: $23,000. '
Vermont Loan & Trust company,
j foreign, supplemental articles.
Co-Operative Trust company, aup-
on 13th Street
GEORGE M. PJOST
Corner State & Libert; Sis
Room 1, Gray BIk. Phone 104.
MONEY TO MOAN
On grood Real Estate security.
BECHTEL & BTX0X
847 State Street
' 213 S. Commercial Street
Special attention given to restoring
old violins, repairing bows, mando
lins, guitars, cello or bass. Many
violins are weak on some strings- 1
strengthen them and equalize the
J. L. C0ATES
Tlolln Maker and Bepalrer
Room 9, Gray Block, Salem, Ore.
Sea Me Before V'oa lo Anything
C M. LOCKWOOD
814-16 X. Com
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