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Are you planning on having your dress
maker make you a TAILOR-MADE SUIT?
Have you decided on the Material? If not
ask to see our new cloth
It's extreme width makes it one of the
best values ever offered to the ladies, 52
inches wdie, at $L per yard
ALL WOOL COVERTS
In two toned effects, 62 inchcswidc.alGO at SI. Make very
Printers Ink cannot describe the beauties of the Novelty
Dress Goods of this fall, combining style, durability and
cheapness. Call and sec.
f Fall Stocks
f Havo bwii wuriiiK in (or weok.
w Nothing ling Ix-en loft undoiiu to
f inakti thlfi Btoru nn Ideal Blifipplng
place, IX)K over tliu mock cl
v,Ncw Belt and Collar Buckles
f New BcadBclts
f New wash Veils
f New Fur Capes
r New Plaid Golf Cloths
f New silk Umbrellas
f New chiffon Rufflings
f New blankets and comforts
' New ruffled curtains,
In fancy Hirie. Now dark
hhadcq, in Man Btri".'. Hcnlar
T .a vitality, our price f i.uw.
xtiiifinrVi fhnvmk him
HEATING PLANT PUT IN.
Convent of the Sacred Heart Thor
Made One of Salem's Moat Attractive
I Small Annoyances
for Indira mid gen Ik.
2 for 25c.
Place your order now for(
your winter suit. We
show 300 samples of "They
Royal Tailors" ft'oods.y
.Made to order clothes at they
price of stock garments.
tf f p
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
Will convince you Unit my price for
wlontllli' work in (cutlnix tho nIkIiI mid
uiljiiitlng lino quality iiiiilliniiiliioiiiuiiyo.
ulnm'H and vpcctaclcM to It In law. I liwt
your yiHlj(lit fni ami lit it to tho propur
iuii ami ui rcuHonnuio com.
A handy repair nliop in hero to fix up
any little hurt to your HHtacImi, whilo
you wait. Other reiour work done n
promptly iu MHiailiU and at fair
Twenty Yonra KxHirlitnei.
Tonljilit nnd Saturday fair.
Ice Not Cliveti Away,
1 cannot affonl to ulvo Ico away, hut
am celling a puru urtlolo at a prico that
u within tlio reach of nil.
OlIYMTAt. Il'K WoitKH.
J. MKiilro, Prop. tl lft tf
CAPITAL UHliWKHY UOTrLUD
KlingcrA Bcck,Buccetaoni to SouiliSalcm
All ordura forltottlod Utirwlll lw 11111
at the brtiwury. Kent on void uturotfu.
Fr city dollvory. Tuluplionu 1!I31.
Ice Very Neatly Given Away,
Wo can Klve Ico uwuy, to convince- you
enmo and tea now liiu a chunk you not
for little uiunuy. Our Ico in manufac
ture from pure distilled watur.
cajdtul Ico WorkH,
SStf KUNIIKU t llBOK.
o ant ktlll Rolling fuoi, lanjo mimd '
K'rowtli wood ftf'JS r oonlV urn
met. for Nowlwiy l'mtwd Firo and Ilu- ,
Jiian llrick, no tho work at thullllliim
L Illh'tllllliliiuf nl.u llm V..u I'nl..... I
IIoumu, at I'ortland. I). 8. )Ikmlkv&
Co., rhona SO. 31U Front -or. Clio.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Anion HtronK hax rotiiriio-l from Myr
tle Crrok, in Doiinty.
Mr. A. N. HiimIi and MUn HuhIi wont
to Portland thlw tnoriiln.
V. II. HurjjKraf wunt to Moro tfxlay,
uhuro ho lian cluirKci of liiilMlu tlio now
Anions tlio NiHHuiiMirH itoliiu to 1'ort
land IIiIh moriiliiK worn Win. KuUnr,
l'rof. Aukoriuau, Jiin. M. Kyht, K. 0.
lVrrino, Otto Ilanmn, nnd .1, 0. Oaritoii.
Him. .lolin McCnlock, and hrothur
11. A., from KiinwiH Oily, went over to
C, A. Hurt, w ho wan npolntcd HK'cIal
htatii fair police, hint diiiliuitl to nervo,
iih ho in very lmy paiuliutf tho JefferMiii
Mm. Kd. I;lnury and MIhn lua Al
lirllit, of l'ortlaud, cumo iii IIiIh morn
Inil, and will HKiud fair Meek the kuckIh
of Mra. (iiM), .1, Itarru nnd Mn. I'. W.
W. II. .Mihiii, of JaffiirHin, wiih n Sa
lem IiiihIihwhi vikitor.
(I.W. tlutlirlo.wlio IiiimUtii iltlng In
Halem, riituriuM to Mm limne at Clacka
iiiaHHlation thin inornliiK,
(i. W. Luidlnitter went down the
river thia morning to loin tho crew of
tho mii'h' Uiut Mathluma.
A. llroiwi and John Smith went down
to I'ortland thin morning
W. K. OroMr went down to NewlmrK'
tll umruinK. and will in the near fn
tunattmd raolilo onllnKo. Mr. I'mior
llvwi In tho vicinity of Itomlalc.
stieet ComiuiKlouer and Mm. J, V.
FriiMtll Imimi tommurw muruiiiK fr a
tn day'g mitlnn at Uiuer So. In.
IM Uinh, Win. llakur, DkiiiiIh Hani:
ami Frl Kultntle, of the Htate iirlnterV
lon'n, rutitrnnl ywtunlny from ,in outttiit
at Sulinim llhnr.
Kxtcnelvo ropalru nnd improvementa
havo lately been mado on tho academy
of tho Sacred Heart building in this city.
ThowjwerH havo boon rebuilt, enlarged
and improved ; tho old Joists and floor
ing for tho bawnnont removed and re
placed with new material ; nil the par
titions In tho baccment newly kalcomined
nnd tho wood work painted.
The building was formerly heated by
hot nir, but the old furnace and pipes
have lieon removed and tho heating is
now done by steam, two new furnaces
having Iteen put in, ono in ouch end of
the building, and radiators havo Ikcii
placed in tho halls and tho principal
rooms, affording an oven tonmorntiire
throughout tho wholu building and in
suring greater comfort to nil tho occu
pants. Tho building, 'because of Its location,
tho promises covering nearly a whole
block near tho center of the city, Is orna
mental and convenient to tho pupils.
A visit to tho promises will show you
that tho best of plans havo been mado
V) niako tho Fchool homo-llko and en
joyable, that tliu comfort and health of
tho pupihi havo lieon provided foi. Am
ple p'ay grounds, green lawns, hods of
flowers nnd beautiful shade trees adjoin
and surround tho academy.
Within tho building everything Is
bright, clean and pleasant, tho clasti
rooms aro airy and well furnished. Dis
cipline necosmry to secure onlor and
enforce rules to obtain the lwt results is
Pupils who come from n distance find
u homo within tlio building and aro con
tinually under the supervision of tho
Hlsters. City or day pupils also enjoy
tho teaching mid example of teachers
ambitious to do all thov can for t!m
comfort and moral and spiritual welfare
of those entrusted to their can'.
The new furnaces and heating plant
were put In by llarnt IVUol, and Win.
Wlckey had charge of the decorating
V feSr Jt'ZS
fret ri ! rf rrt I
one. Courfr...k V
overnight; no V
rnllKnan In the
ncrr.in ; r.o ,
cream fr l' c ,
coffee; no rr.!.: i
fir tho baby.
Is always available. Has stood
first for forty years.
Eeai for Dook on " Caiiej."
BCBfltt'S COXMWtO WV. CO., f . V.
II. 1. llofeljorrj'.lluffalo, X. Y.J A.T.
Dorsoy, Miss Norma Ungcrman, .Mr.
ond Mrs. Clark, McMinnville; U. K.
I'erlnger, Pendleton; Col. James Jack
son, J. I). Wilcox, David H. Mackle,
II. S. Lootnls, Joseph I.. Heed, II. I.
Parsons, II. A. Stiles, SamS. GoldHinlth,
J. 0. Thomas, I). II. Stearns, K. M.
Koscnthal, I 'rank Dunne, Portland; A.
U. Porter, J. G. Van Orsdol J. M. Grant,
Dallas; A. V. Lowenthnl, J. W. Ilaker,
New York ; Win. Host, J. S. Hush, Mrs.
.1. J. Oueal, San Francisco; J. W. Vir
tue, Ashland; I.. II. Burton, St. Paul:
K. II. Iussell,Trcinont,0.; F.G. Young,
Kiigene; H. II.; Carlton, Mrs. K. II.
King, wife and child, A. L.
S. MiKire, Win. M. Aycrs,
DsiMild West, who has spent the sea
sou in tho Atlln milling regions, re
turned last evening. Ilo was met in
Seattlo by Mrs. West, who acconiKinled
lilm homo. Oh says that's tint prettiest
country he ever saw, and oxH-ots to re
turn some day, but thlnkH Saluui Is a
pretty good place to stay, lie will re
sumo his old intuition as paying teller in
the I .ni Id (V HuhIi Kink.
rlland; W. It. Conner, Spreekels,
Cal, ; G. J. Common, I.os Angeles; J. C.
Cracknell, Jermy City, X. Y.; Mih.C.
.Sterling, Unlontowu, Pa.
Tho Friends new church at ItoMtlalc
will 1st dedicated on Sunday, October 1,
atl(J::tO a. in. by Itev. llarr, of New-berg.
"latllTrretl lliCcirliiii ofllu- iliiloni-i;
with irotrui)lnir pllci I r mui'l mi liv roi -lipu.
lion wllh uliUli 1 wut , ii Ik' It mci I)
yc.iri I run nurot jnur ( AM All) TS in tin
town ot Newell la. ami wver fnunU nnvtlilnr
in equal thrni To-i1.iy I am entirely litu Irm
nllrt nnd Ctrl like n now nmn
C H.KEirz llll Joncl ht Moltx C.ir U
B. xnoi maws MfoitTtmo
I'Kmnnt I'alaUMf I'oiem Toilr iwt IK
Uowl, htt of in ken IWikon or Jrii? H' Nw
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
In .il. j K.,l, .P..,, III..,.. ..lt).l. T.ili lit
Un.Tfl.nIO iMni1 sinrmnil l7 nlldruj
Kill Two lllrJ With One Slene.
WlilU taking u hiilliUy to attend the
ii i T I10," l",rl "f ,ml Uuw ' MU
llultnoti h dry gunls store. The pmiiiet
or and dork will be glad to . Vnu.
thoy eujuy show lug llio lino gootU. '1'he
wiKither will slum U'wmiI, Meet u new
wiiki or Jacket for your wife and daugh
ter. Tho Imivm unml Im ..Intl.,..! ..- t.,l.....l
,. , . -' " "'"in ii'l n Ml.ll
this M your opportunity to gut them a
new suit (It and price gtuinintwxl-
uiiuw, imk ro sit inn lortmi iKilt Wraii
), taiiuethlug new. A full lino of dry
KhU IsNiglil for iiish to Ut ok for
ciikli nt prlcon to give Millfuetlen.
,.,. , , W. II. lloiMKix.
wr Uuumurolal ttHit.
For Returning Hoppickci j
I'll 1 1 liuesof underwear, hosery, shoos,
UiiIiImth, Mackiutoshis, oti,, ut
lowest Kacket prices.
Illg new line of purses Just in, from fie
up. A whole lot tliolx'st values we
luiW'ovor shown. The 7 to 2iV ones
are wonderfully gooil.
New belt buckels in fauev gilt sllxor
cut steel, Jet eto. Some very ilain
ly collar clasps from 10o up. The
newest things out.
An enormous lino of fio handkerchiefs
of all sorts of embroidered, luce
etlgeil and plain hoinstichod. UK)
iliNteu of this price alone. Stocks
of plain linen also. I'iuor em
broidered good on the way.
Piles and pile of cotton lilankuts
from Ifn' up. Hxtra good values in
crwims, tans nnd grays all prices.
ItemeinlMT our time is yours and vou
I'Mi't pleiiM) us more than by auk
in; to look oer our stuck, Price
and gtxnlmln the rent.
The demand fori heap lanterns has
wholly (kiksiiI. Wo are selling
more good lamps the last few days
than ever before. It xiys in the
Twentieth century, oil fi.fiO.
Diamond oil, '.'.To.
Search light oil, a.BO.
Ilnngyour bottle and get u quart ol
tho tlnost oil mad for 10c.
Majestic gas lamp, fit. IK).
Another shipment of tliomt elegant
lamps will Ut in Saturday morn
ing. Come and see how simple and
isisitive thov are.
Carbide, Dllw. ISftc. llrlng your own
Keen busy dishing out eurbldo last
few days. Iresli IIH) lb. mn just
in, cheap lnmM tmilfyiai want
Dexter nut carrier,
Tire tuiHt, (frwli) 6e,
Duck roller Imike. IS.fiO.
llubber drinking ciiih. Sifi,'.
BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Notice Is hereby given that a peti
tion has been tiled In the City Recor
der's ofllcc ot the City of Salem, Ore.
gon, on this 14 day ofScptcuibcr, 1899,
by u resident and property owner, ask
ing the Common Council thereof, to
vacate two certain portions oil the
west end of Wilson Avenue, described
"Beginning ut the northwesterly cor
ner at Church and Court streets
of what U known as Wilson's Ave
nue, according to the recorded
plat ot tho City ut Salem, Marion
Couuty, Oregon anil of record at
pages II) and 20 nf Volume No. 1.
of the public records of the said
County of Marlon, State of Ore
gon, aforesaid, and running
thence easterly along the south
line of said Court street and the
north lino of said Wilson's Ave
nue, three hundred and forty-six
feet 310 to a point upon what
would be the westerly line of Cot
tugc street In said city, if the
same were extended southerly
across the said Court street and
the said Wilson's Avenue, accord
lug to the recorded plat aforesaid;
thence southerly at u right anelo
to said south line of Court street
aforesaid, live 0 chains or three
hundred and thirty fccti&IO to
the north lino of State street und
the bouth line of eald Wilson's
Avenue; thence westerly along
the said north line of State street
und the south line ol Wilson's
Avenue aforesaid, three hundred
and forty-six feet 310 to the
Miuthwesicrly corner of suld Wil
son's Avenue aforesaid; thence
iiorthcrly along the eustcrly line
of Church street und the westerly
Hue ot tald Wilson's Avenue afore
Mild, live chains 5 or three
hundred nnd thirty feet 330 to
the place of beginning."
"IleglnnlnKata polnton the south
line of Court street and the north
llneof Wilson's Avenue according
to the recorded plat of the City of
Salem, Oregon, urorosald, three
hundred and forty-six 310 feet
easterly from the northwesterly
corner of said Wilson's Avenue
aforesaid, und where the said
south llnu or Court street and the
said north line of Wllion's Ave
nue, would Intersect tho westerly
line of Cottage street in said city
if the Himc were extended south
erly ucro-s said Court street and
said Wilson's Avenue, und run
nlng theuco southerly across (-aid
Wilton's Avcnuii three hundred
and thirty (330) feet or live (fl
chains, lua point on the south
lino of said Wilson's Avenue und
tho north lino nf State street
t'iree hundred and forty-six .'HO)
feet from the southwesterly cor
tier of said Wllson'j Avenue;
thence easterly along the south
lino of Wilson's Avenue and the
north lino of State street, ninety
nine feet and six Inches iUOJ fecil
to a point upon whutwou d be the
easterly line of said Collage- street
If the sumo were extended south
erly across said Court street und
said Wilson's Avenue to tho said
north lino of State street und the
south lino or said Wilson's Avenue
aforesaid; theuco northerly across
said Wilson's Avenue live chains
or tnrec hundred und thirty i.Tlu)
reel ton point on the bouth line
of Court st rct und tlio north or
Wilson's Avenuo aforesaid and
where the said lust niimed line
would Intersect the easterly line
of Cottage street aforesaid if the
same wero extended southerly
acriiis said Court street and the
north Hue of Wilson's Avenue
aforesaid, and thence westerly
along the said south line or Court
street and the north lino of Wil
son's Avenuo aforesuld. ninety
nlnu feet una six Inches U9 feet
to theplucoof beginning."
Upon ihu terms and conditions and
for the um-.s and nurno.-os as therein
Said petition will come up for hear
ing at the second regular meeting of
tho Common Council of Suloiii. Ore
gon, for the month of October, 1SI!,
tow II, on the 17th day of said month.
Itccordcr of the City of Salem. Ore
gon, and EX'Olllelo Justice ot the
New Goods Arriving Daily.
WE ARE RECEIVING IMMENSE LINES OF
Fine Dry Goods, Clothing, Mats, Etc.,
And will sell these goods at the lowest possible prices.
Thesun does not always shine in Oregon, so prepare yourself with one of our nn,.
Umbrellas; steel rod umbrellas, with a good cover, as low as 50c. We also have them in S,
silk with fancy handles. We bought them direct from the makers, and will iju&rantee n
prices lower than any other house in Salem. We have also received a full line of
Rubber Goods, Mackintoshes, Etc,
BEST QUALITY RUBBERS FQR CHILDREN ' " 25c
BEST QUALIVY RUBBERS, MISSES' "SIZES " ' 35c
LADIES' SIZES " " 50c
, 1. Mackintoshes for everybody girls and boys, ladies and gents, full assortment. Finn
Clothing for boys or men. Hats to fit and suit everyone. Our Fall overcoats just arrived
Trunks and Valices, Blankets and Comforters
BEST QUALITY OF
COME HERE FOR YOUR DRY GOODS AND GET THE
GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
Cor. Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore.
HEEDS OPEIIA HOUSE
I'ATrON IlltOS., LoMee nn.l Mnnngors.
ALL FAIR WEEK,
OF THE POPULAR
-Jessie Shirley Co.,
New Repertoire of New Plays
MARRIED IN HASTE,
LADY OF LYONS,
Poplar Prices 10. 20 anil 30c
iliio three men nru inorti talked nfooitt tlinn :inv
other ineii in fni't their unities are on everylxnlv'H
lip". The Ritnio appliex to thoce nice, sweet, Irauniiit
La Corona, 10c Olir GbampioD,
La Commerc?, Emblem,
iiio t'lilvereal verdict Is Thov are perfection.
None m sweet. None wj (jowl. All dealer.
With Steam Up.
The iiuirhlnoH have Meum up and if
you expet to feed thuin you .iuhhI to
supply yourself with a uood utook of
provlNiciM and KrtK'criod mini HruiiHin
"What is Home Without a
Or wife to decorate it and make it cheer
fn ami attractive with tlio many pretty
thiiiKs in mantel ornaments, hrio-ndirae.
lamp-, decorated china, toilet mU and
yiimM aueli an wo are Minwinir in our
Uwiitifiil HoleotloiiH j thin line. Oar
stock of crockery, china, trlaiwwaro.
anipo. tea and dinner wt in tlio llnest
to Ik) found thin xideof 1'ortlaiul.
124 SUto sc Telophono 51
By attending our eloi.liiK out .ale. We aW Mug wa,Uy a. w udvortWc
All fresh seeds. No okl stock left over
Uet our prices, Lowest in the city.
Brewster & White
THIC IM.UUU ANU KKKII MKN
Ul Court kt.
EOI'LE are not looking for Shoes bought 10 or 12
years ago, out want High grade goods, kite and up-to-date
and can always find them at our stnip. W ,in
not advertise Italian & Son Shoes at 52.50 a pair, bouirht ten
or twelve years ago -we let the Jay Shoe Store do that while
we shall continue to conduct a first-class store as always
before, and give our customers the latest styles and lowest
I fl. HtlCKENSTEIN, Propr. I
After the Fair is Over
Youshould begin the year's work in MUSIC, and pur
sue it earnestly.
For the highest MUSICAL DEVELOPEMENT, there
is no school as good as
UNIVERSITY' COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
Adjress Francesco Seley, Dean, Salem, Ore.
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Ella finders Willman
Over l'lrnt National Dank.
Classes in Piano Forte playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio hourn from ft to 12 and L to 5.
TWO FINJfJ XKr 1MAXOS IN STUDIO FOU
lTSI;: OF llrIILS.
U M. KIRK.
64,50, St 58
Grain, Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, Building Mntcrial,
Lime, Cmcnt, Piaster etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
,., 1'r.n,,,lt and caroful attention riven to the deliverv of ginls to
of the city. "
Mt. fDg?I College g
or boyn and young men.
rtiiinittd i v
itoitvtliotfnn Kutli.tr- n..iiti,fii .i
flml ll4t-itt t( i.t.. n.. . 1 i a .. II r. .
Salem. 40 mlleTTmm IWilnn.l (K.. mT' 'a . "'." '.' .". ' " !nw ,r"m
inaties, burveyint;, Drawing, CimI Srviee, French, (ioriim i S3h It iii
-..;i.. inj ;.;r:V.:i "".. 'V' .n"".i".vuwrii m,' ' and Iwive earlv in
ourtvmidtiPi,..v. j ;;.".". ' ", "" "" lur,v '"
Send for cataWue. Addri-w ,"1" '"" "l'""'"",-
The 1'hki.iiigxt Mount Axokl Colleoe, Mt. Ansel, Ore.
H.W. NORMAL COLLEGE OFMUSIC AIO ART
v. i i r.. . t ...
Vi i 0 , '" lw 1'inTior.
uw. u . .
Hkowv, rnmijialof Art.
Tuesday Afternoon and EveningSept,
siuuie: Room No. 7, Pntton Block.
nun ari-lo llit liiiilji,. .v.r.li..ll.. I....:, i
nrt .....j ...1.1 I. . ,i "i.V. " '") "iini
"v. uimia wiiiioi win iMteijual to tho heat
The music and
Our Capes, Jackets and Collarettes
IJvo arrlvwMlie. KocmU wow onlyml tl.an. mouth fcU Hml n, tho
clo lb ml li, cut wo 14 to tuk0 thi... Ww ur tl,0 tlu.t hxU oxer
-ftd-tlipy will I,aerl0cod with tho rvt. Do not HiM HiU uijurtuuly.
ju.k - 7y;a!fei:'
CDILLI BROS.S CO.
Fmr DOOR SOUTH OF POSTOFFICB,
hi bar 16th
275 Commercial St. Salem, Oregon.
HAS JUST Ol'KNKI) HIS FALL LINKS OF
FINE BOX PAPERS,
Tablets, School Supplies.
Artists' Materials. Etc. Picture I Mining in Neat Tjmv
AtoulJmgs, -anc Aals. htc, 2b5 Cum'l Street
yi in i
i I f l-
1 -J. "M-r-!0 tf:.A. -T
w i ".
Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem Ore.
Wrt iiJi tih ftiituiiit. .. 1.. .- .
IiM tfi hand! fuiwmU in a mnih .... ."S"' ?4 ''eforo In. a j,o-
. We kave lonJ fJ ii,-. Til "' iim nereioiore, ami witli lesii-x-S
1 l !", , S "l'aW u.' ' pitalcity of.gnat.ute.
iMndiwwiMw MiVThTr.,! w wimng wnsral. anil we have tlienlon?
hi.iiu tolirvwwjV i'vi' luncrai car ever tmilt, still t u the llnMtetr
tfj&s - -jjaaXtgijj
- JAi . .a