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DAILY OAPITAli JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1010.
M H t H M H t 1 1 t m t M ftflMHl H M H
Our Prices for
Aro based on market conditions as they wero six months ago when
our orders wero placed.
The presont high prices In tho wholesale market aro caused by
the extremely high prlco of raw cotton which Is soiling now at tho
highest prlco known in this country slnco tho Civil war.
Our orders for Hosiery, Underwear and oton pleco goods were
alt placod-beforo tho advunce. You will receive the benefit of our
early buying as long as present stocks last
Shoes for the Oregon Rainy Season
Must Be IVfade of Solid Leather
SHOES aro mado on lasts that follow tho lines of the foot which in
sures comfort to tho wearer. Every pair is built to glvo satisfac
ory service. We're showing every deslrablo leather In styles suit
able for all classes of wear for mon, women and children.
i! BRANDEGEE CLOTHING I
Holds Its shape under actual sorvlco conditions because it's mado
.right all through by oxport tailors. Let us show you the new fall
Don't invest In a rain coat for fall until you seo our lino. Tho
now fabrics aro dlfferont from what has beon shown beforo anil
every rain coat bears tho genulno Prlestlys "Oravonnotto" label.
Got your your boy a now suit to wear during Stato Fair week.
Tho now patterns will suit tho hoy as well as his mother.
Credit Stores Can't Match Our Prices.
M H M M M MHtHWHUH.
ROTTEN UMPIRING AND STILT,
MOKE ROTTEN MAYING PLAY
ING 1JY SAM3M TEAM PRESENTS
GAME TO AGGHEGATION OI
HALL CLOWNS FROM TOUT
TOL'ULAU COM.O OPERA WITH
BI'LKNID TROUPE WILL OPEN
THE THEATRICAL. SEASON AT
THE GltANI) TONIGHT.
When Tho National-Pollard Opera
Company produces "Tho Mikado" nt
Grand Opera Houbo next Monday,
September 5, therq will bo no vacant
seats. Tho conjunction of thesdtwo
popular organizations assures all
lovers of comic opera that they aro
going to seo something worth while,
whon Gllbort & Sullivan's famous
comic opera is presented; but when
such a clovor organization as tho one
advortlsod Is brought together noth
ing but a performance far beyond tho
ordinary is to bo looked forward to.
Tho principals aro recruits from tho
famous Pollard Lilliputian Opera
Company, now grown up to man and
womanhood. Eva Pollard is tho
Yum-Yum of tho Mikado: Alf. tho
Lord High Executioner, Ko-Ko, and
Jack Pollard tho Mikado. Mr. Henry
Qunson is tho Nankl-Poo, and thoso
who romembor his splendid tonor
voice with tho National Opera Com
pany, will want to hear him as tho
Wandering Minstrel. Prices 50c,
7Dc. $1.00, ?1.60.
Rotton decisions of an lrresponsl
bio kid of an umpire, two specimens
of which wero imported to Salem es
pcclally for tho occasion, coupled with
the same kind of playing by tho mom
bers of tho local aggregation, lost the
easiest game of tho baseball season
to tho Salem team of the lato Tri-Clty
League, at tho league grounds, yes
torday afternoon, when they met de
feat at tho hands of the Gresham
Giants, of Portland, by tho score of
6 to 3. About the only thing that ap
peared "gigantic" about this bunch
however, was their Incomparable
nervo to call themselves ball players
and It is no wonder that they have
won ID out of 1G games, if they
carried their own officials along to
umpire tho games, tho principal du
ties of ono of whom were, in tho ab
sence of knowledgo of tho rudlmen
tary principals of tho game, to ren
dcr ridiculous decisions In favor of
his "bread and butter," and tho other
Is taken along to prove It, in case, of
doubt. At times of the gamo tho
Salem team played like, a bunch who
at somo remote time of their lives
had seen an exhibition of tho sport
but, for tho most part, they played
llko a group of clowns in a "circus'
ball game. Whllo Coleman pitched a
steady gamo for tho "Giants" (In
ombryo) it Is certain that ho would
havo beon a more plaything in tho
hands of tho heavy-hitting Salem
team, If tho latter had made even a
feoblo effort to got Into the game,
which they did not until tho last half
of tho last inning, when almost every
man up secured a hit of some kind,
and demonstrated that they could
havo landed on tho sphere at any
tlmo If they had , wanted to. "Sol
dlor" Meyers p'tched a good gamo for
Salem, but ho had .bum support and
lost Interest. This winds up tho
season for the ialem team, so far as
present arrangements aro concerned
EVA POLLARD, AS M'M-YUM, IN "THE MIKADO."
Tho books oloee for registration
for the primaries September 13,
11 days before the prlnmry election.
If you reltr otherwise than m a
Itojiiibllcan or Democrat, you ion
your ote, as there are no candi
dates nt the nrlmarlaa other than
Itonublloans nud Democrats andaJ
man reentered Independent oannot
vote at the primaries. At the Ken
em! eleotlon however, you ran vote
nt you please, but the big battle will
be fought at the primaries, so get
out and register. Do not delay, a
tho last day for registration beforo
the primaries is September IS.
Stayton is to havo a two-story
Baker City Is Bonding 35 of hnr
young folks away to college.
A broken-legged steer attacked
Frank Wnrren In tho woods on
Burnt river, and Warren, who car
ried a gun, instead of shooting tho
animal, began clubbing it with his
rlilo. Tho gun was discharged, the
bullet tearing four Inches of bono
out of Warren's right leg Just above
tho kneo. Tho report of tho gun
frightened tho stoor away. Warren
was taken to Baker City whoro It
was found necessary to amputate tho
Danlol Robinson, a policeman, at
Grand Rondo ngency, wanted 4o
commit sulcldo, and so shot himself
in tho back. Ho will recover.
Tho 23rd annual catalog of tho
Mount Angel Collego and Seminary
has Just beon issued.
Mrs. J. W. Marsh, who was born
In Coos county, this stato In 18S5,
died at Hlllsboro last Friday. Her
husband, J. W. Marsh, a pioneer of
1852, survlvos her.
One firm in Now York has con
tracted for $500,000 worth of this
year's applo crop at Hood Rlvor.
Tho Medford high school this fall
will offer a ono year's course in
ngriculturo and especially upon treo
culturo. S. H. HnllTof tho Oregon
Agricultural (collogo will bo in
charge of tho course
G. W. Pnrkor, who lived nonr
Forost Grovok was found dead In a
trail In tho woods near that placo
Friday, Ho was undoubtedly kllod
by the nceldontal discharge of his
gun, tho right sldo of his head being
Up to 9 o'clook Saturday night
20,77l3 voters had registered In
Multnomah county. Of theso, 22,-
871 nro Republicans; 4,300 Demo
crats, and 2,500 miscellaneous.
Tho lumbar rnto to Eastern paints
from Oregon nro to bo raised by all
Tho S'lverton Appeal snys a stin
flower was raised In that vicinity
that measures 22 Indies noross the
tap and weighs 12 pounds.
Tho Corvnllls city council has let
tho contract for constructing sowers,
amounting to $110,700, which is go
Survoyor J. D. Lowell has boan
missing from Corvnllls since July 15.
Ho oxproesod his instruments to
Portland nt the time but has never
called for them, nor has ho bean
hoard from since.
Philomath reports a genuine
Dutur, Wasco county, reports a
phenomenal apple crop.
TOHPEDO FLEET IN
SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR
lOMITED TESXa UC1SBD WIEB.1 .
San Francisco, Sept. 5. Nino ves
sels of tho Pnclflc torpedo flotilla,
under command of Commodoro Rich
ardson, aro anchored In tho bay, and
will remain hero until after tltf) Ad
mission Day celebration, in which
they will participate. Headed by the
flagship, Paul Jones, tho minaturo
flee,t attracted much attention as It
steamed through tho Golden Gate.
Tho trip from San Pedro to San
Francisco was mado In about 30
hours, and was uneventful. The flo
tilla has beon at target practlco at
San Pedro bay for several weeks.
OR U. S. SENATOR
UNITED rnBSB UtUSR WIBI.I
San Francisco, Sept." 5. Though
A. G. Spauldlng received 1500 votes
less than John D. Works, his oppo
nent, in tho race for the nomination
for United. States senator. Snauldlne
has captured more stVatorlal districts
and will therefore bo given the nom
ination by tho legislature.
Official figures show that Spauld
lng received 03,461 votes against
Works 64,961. But Spauldlng car
ried 30 counties against Work's 22.
and tho compilation shows that he
will havo 75 legislative votes to 39
ROBBERS HELD UP
AVELLS FARGO WAGON .T
-ninth Annual Exhibition
be Greater Than Ever.
UNITED PRESS IJCASEO WinH.l
Ukiah, Cal., Sept. 5. Sheriffs'
posses aro hot on the trail of three
robbers, who, with seven others, held
up and robbed a. wagon of the Wells
Fargo Company yesterday aftornoon
In the heart of the city. Soven men
havo beon cantllrpl nnri nrn holrl In I
Jail here awaiting the capture of their! X
IN PREMIUMS AND
comrades before being tried.
Don't waste your money buying,
plasters when you can get a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment for-twen-,-ty-fivo
cents. A niece of flannel "
dampened with this liniment Is supo
rlor to any plaster for lame back, !
pains in tho side and chest, and '.
much cheapor. Sold by all dealers. !
I Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop Wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry wetting, Shingles, Mal
thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
Roofing, Screen Doors, Adjust
able Window Screens, and Hop
I CHAS D. MULLIGAN
OKA PniiM n wnne- T1, 1 O J
Grand Showing of Live Stock.
Racing Program Complete.)
Reduced Rates on all Railroads.
Come and bring your friends.
! J. H. BOOTH,. Pres.
FRANK MEREDITH, Sec.
Read The Journal Ads Carefully. Our advertisers are offering great Mid-Summer Bargains.
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Where Should You
Buy Your Jewelry?
Jewelry Store of Course.
We have been here in business 25 years. We are here to stay. We ft
can be?depended upon. The people have confidence in us. We are ft
manufacturers. We have as good goods as can be purchased anywhere f
in the State of Oregon.
uality combined with Fair Prices ii
Is the key note of our success. Our Holiday Goods are i:
V9 r 1 T
now coming m. Watch our advertisements as they will i
contain something of interest to everyone.
arr's Jewelry Store
Corner Liberty and State Sts.