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-? i mu0)iitm '"""" " m.-vwMimmmW$ )' wmmmm '' t H 41 - " -g-' ri ,';a'. . i. ..?.?.-? lew r . -v . -t. , ii.i:.g -T5r r m XJH. 8AUEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1903. NO. 204..,, r, resident Talks About Labor T-7 Ktyynflt . . .&. f H 1 H I H t r , Uti' 'if'ViLJ JA jY MHl4'ipH 1-SJJ ' BJJ Makes Stiing Address to an Immense Audience at Syracuse, N. Y. Points Oat fcne Evils of Class Legislation, and of Botn Greed and Envy Laws are Made for All and Mttst be Obeyed by All, Employer and Employee Alike. icusc, sept, 7. xno i'resmoni'8 party rrrlved hero at 0:30. I President reviewed tho labor pa- The trip hero, was without Incl Ho waB greetctd by crowds at r station passed this morning, Lj&do no Bpccches ou .route. An itsse crowd was at tho station Syracuse, N. Y., Sept 7.--Tho pres enco of President ItooBovelt, Uio op cnlng of tho New York state fair, and tho celebration of Labor Day, com bined to draw to Syracuse today one of the largest crowds In the history of the city. Tho railway onlclals esti mated that no less than 75,000 visi tors hnd arrived In tho city beforo 1 I m4t-HWHM HM-Hlfft ,te You Stxtz You Owe it?1 Haven't you bad bills presented that voir -thoueht you td paid, or for goods you know you hud never bought? Nobody but a bill collector roalizos tho number of dis- sled bills thoro aro tbo first of the month. Ofcourso it's somebody's mistake. Gnode ore often iarged to tho wrong customer. The merchant failed to ere- lyour account when you paid mm. JN'o matter wnnt uio ison. you don't liko to have lheso Urines occur. Just try tho cash plan in Uio iututo and avoid all tho obi- i i i 7 i-il J'. I "T 1 JM uonauiu lumureu ui mo trciu uu&iui'ttu. iuu my u uig mivi lior all tho "accommodations" you got at tho creditstoro. Evon whon you nav cash nt a store doinc n credit busi- Ens you havo to pay credit prices. Tho merchant charges his .Aa fnn Kol nnnMinlc" fn a sin alt niiDlnmnra v nniiVilltlfr WO VH4 UiVi UV.,UUUIO IU UIO .MU1I VUOIVU1VI0 WJ wwaaJjj i profits. That's tho only way ho can keep oven. I iff YORK RAMI Sab's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store. ( Every articlo that loavoa tho storo must bo paid for, but 2 re giro you mil vaiuo ior your mouoy overy umw. try Goods, Shoes, Clothing, i Blankets, Comforts. Everything for the Whole Family. E. T. Barnes, Prop, JHHtlaH)HHilsfillsf fl ! ! o'clock this afternoon, tho hour at which tho President delivered tho op cnlng address at the state fair. President Uooscvelt came to Syra cuse from his homo at Oyster Bay In tho prlvato car of President Trues dale, of tho Lackawanna road. At tho station ho was met by tho stato fair commission and a citizens' reception committee. Former Senator Frank Hlscock acted as host to tho Presi dent, nnd luncheon was served at the Hlscock residence. Shortly before noon tho chief axccutlvo was taken to tho stato fair grounds by special train. Mb, address was delivered from a spe cially constructed stand in tho athletic field, and In tho presence of more than 100,000 people- Tho President Bpoko at considerable length, his address be ing n a measuro Intended as a nrollm Inary keynote to tho coming cam-' palgn. In tho course of his remarks! ho delivered forceful utterances re garding tho foreign policy of tho gov ernment, nnd repeated tho views ho ha previously expressed on tho agb Jcct of trusts, nnd several other pub lic Issues. Ueturnlng to tho city la,to In tho af ternoon tho President reviewed tho parade of tho National Association of Letter Carriers, which has been In session hero during tho past week. After a stoto dinner this ovonlng, he will go to Albany, where ho will meet Sir Thomas Llpton and tho fa mous Albany Burgees Corps, which ho has asliod to act as his personal es cort to Lake Qcorgo tomorrow, on the occasion of tho unveiling of tho Laka Qeorgo battlo monument. In speaking on Labor Day at tho nnnuol fair of thj. Now York Stato Agricultural Association, lt Is natur al to keep especially In mind th tVo bodies who comiKBO tho majority of our peoplo and upon whoso welfaro depends the welfaro of tho cntlro State. If circumstances aro such that thrift, energy, Industry, and fore thought ennblo tho farmer, tho tiller of tho soil, on tho ono hand, and tho wagoworkor, on tho other, to keep themselves, their wives, and their children In reasonable comfort, then tho sao Is well off, nnd wo can bo as sured that tho other classes In tho community will likewise prosper. On tho other hand, If thcro Is In tho long run a lack of prosperity among tho two classes named, then all othor prosperity Is sure to bo more soem Ing than real. It has been, our pro found good fortuno as a nation that hitherto, disregarding exceptional por lodB of depression and tho normal and Inevitable fluctuations, thcro has been on tho wholo from tho beginning of our Government to tho present day a progressive bettorment nllko In Uio condition of tho tiller of tho soil 'and In tho condition of tho man who, by his manual skill and labor, supports himself and his family, and endeavors to bring up his children so that they may bo nt least as well off as, and If possible better oft than ho himself has boon. Thcro nro, of course, exceptions, but as a wholo tho standard of living among tho farmors of our country has risen from genera tion to generation, and Uio wealth rep resented on tho farms has steadily Increased, whllo tho wages of labor havo llkcwiso risen, both ns regards tho actual money paid and as regards tho purchasing power which that money represents. i Up or Down Together. Sldo by sldo with this Increase In tho prosperity of tho wago-worker and tho tiller of tho boII has gono on a great Increaso in tho prosperity among tho business men and among cortaln classes of professional men; and tho prosperity of thcoo men has been' partly tho causo nnd partly tho conaequonso. of Uio prosperity of farmer and-iwage-workor. It pan not bo too oft rv repeated that In this country, In Uio long run, wo all of us tend to go up or go down togcUier. If tho adversity, comes each of us, to a greater or less oxtont, feels tho ten sion. Unfortunately, In Oils world tho Innocent frequently find them selves obliged to pay somo of tho pen nlty for tho misdeeds of Uio guilty'; and so If hard times como, whether thoy bo duo to our own fault or to our misfortune, whether thoy bo duo to somo burst of speculative frenzy Uiat has caused a portion of tho business world to loso Its head a loss which no legislation can possibly supply or whoUier they bo duo to any lack of wisdom In a porUon of tho world of labor In each caso tho troublo onco started Is folt moro or loss in every walk of life. Personal Worth the Measure. It Is all-essential (to tho continuance) of our healthy national llfo that wo Bliould rccognlzo this community of lntorest among our peoplo. Tho wol faro of each of us Is depondont fund amentally upon tho wolfaro of all of ub. and thorcforo In public llfo that man Is tho best roprescntatlvo of each of us who seeks to do good to each by doing good to all; In other words, whoso endeavor It Is, not to roprcscnt any special class and pro moto merely tho classes' solflsh Inter ests, but to represent all truo and hon est men of nil scclons nnd all classcB and to work for their Interests by working for our common country. Wo can keep our country on a snfo and healthy basis, wo can mako and keep our social system what It should be, only on condition of Judging each man, not as a member of a class, but on bis worUi as a man. It Ih anlu famous thing In our Amorlcan llfo;" and fundamentally treacherous to our Institutions, to apply to any man any tost savo that of his personal worth,, or to draw between wo sets of men any distinction savo tho distinction oC conduct, tho distinction Uiat marks off thoao who do woll nnd wisely from thoso who do 111 and foolishly.. There nro good citizens and bad citi zens In ovary class ad In ovary local ity, and Uio nttltudo of decent peoplo toward great public and social ques tions should bo determined, not by the accidental questions of employment (ConUnucd on pngo 2.) Fesfc Today Chocolate Ci earns Penotla and Peppermint Chews A T Zinn's 154 State St. Phone 1071 Main. Fall Millinery Opening Tuesday, September 8th We invite you to visit us and obtain a forecast of the newest styles that will govern millinery this fall. New York & San Francisco Contribute to our magnificent showing of Pat tern and Tailored Hats, Our hats and bonnets for misses and children are 'dreams of dainti ness," an exquisite delicacy of artistic taste shown without the high prices. The White Corner Millinery Dept. Miss. M, D. Evans, Proprietor Trimmings for Fall" 2 "Yours Fit the Best" rTHE HOME STORE" Salem's Greatest, Willamette Valley's Grandest Store The above cut shows what enterprise. nerev. economv. coiiDled with advanced Ias, conscientiousness in details, and tudying your every comfort has done jn wing you a "shopping centre ot solid forth." Meyers' store is your store, and y ur growth you can gause public ap- cciation. PCHDAY We strive harder to serve four every need, and this fall's showing ' seasonable merchandise will surpass ur fondest hops. PEW GOODS We have no hesitancy in Wng tlut we have the best in the Wil neue Valley. Art KoniU8 nnd skill nro shown in tho beautiful now designs now ready for your inspection. Chiffons, Venlses. Medallions, Feringes. Drops, Antiques Persians, Braids, Etc. Narrow and Wide Bands, AH'Overs, Wood Silk Cluny insertions. Ask to see in em. Good Dress Goods Nood not be expensive. Dross Goods our counters nro heapod high with rare values. ) 0 80 wn oftan hear from cuntomera V who Ihito tried other itoroi b- r) (ore coning here. f) It is Easy r. jo oujr c oinei u you enow wuero 10 3 Ml hm. flnr H. fl A V. Sulfa anil V O Orcoiti fit nd wear tho hnt anil ro.t A no more than ordinary kind. New Fall K A Bulls and Orercoato are ready. Blacks In newntwtavfn at well ai other Isportei iBd domestic fabrics. W deem It a pleaiure 10 hare you critically laiaect this unuaual howlat;. Ladies' Garments A delate of ready-to-wear garment!, each day hai brought na new arrival!, Suits, Wraps, Separate Skirts, Petti coats Tbia itaeon brlnga eome ttartllng tbangaa Ih Fatbion'e commands our rep utation (or having the newest is shown in this truly varied aeeortmeat. LITTLE FOLKS AND MISSES Are remembered in our superb collection Tiatety Advice Came Early Blankets, Quilts Comfortables, Sheets and Pillow Slips, Table Padding Everything (or home comfort, a com plete etocc this (all showing the btat (or the amalleit price, quality considered. 25c Blankets to S3 0 Comforts Oreron's Nee esslty ' Forewarmdls (ore armed," Tbe rainy sea son will icon be with us prepare for protection, Rata Skedlers see new umbre llas juit opened (or your Impac tion. A great variety of' cloth and handles. Values 39c to $15.00 BEAD ABOUT The Dress lest Neck wear ever shown In Sa lem. Newness Here, Inv reriali, As. cots, Eng- llth rqnarrs, Four In hands, Uarthras, Tecks Etc. They will Inlrlv pull the half dollaront of your pocket for thats the price they sell for and better ons up to f l.bO. Ask for the Nu Neckwear" Jlr-il V g $ HgW ) MflssOsWW 9 "SS W IIx T" .S-LJ. nais, rurmsnings Underwear f W l TV J l.S ft ful of this fnll'fl newness, Luzerno, u Dr. Diomelu, Belfast, Munsing, nnd M other celebrnted makes in uudor H wear now ready. Men's hosiery gloves ft shirts, etc., in end loss variety. (3 h The New Gordon Hats are here. - - 1 . u ... ri For Wednesday uniy g warning s TJ WEBNESDAY Our Day of tbe week whsa extra special bargains rnle on this onr 140th Wednoiday nrprie Sale we will offer a re markable advance sale ot YYalklHf Skirts A special allowance mitTe on a purcnase enaniee ui offer $3.E and K values is $2.70 Our ssleelion will tcora another tri- nmpn miw rvuvuB. vuiuuo ,uuuii- nato and rival tbe silk kinds for richness Baskets, Cheviots. Oxfords. & Etaralnes, Embroidered ft Effects, Etc., White and Colored V) X JOc to $1.00 a yard X g Linen Napkins Quality Is our Watchword II you fail to get the quality you sim ply throw away your money. Ours Have the Quality Nowest ideas shown here in this fa'l'a selections. Clneas sad cloths, all widths and sizes, napkins to match. Underwear, Hosiery y We aro Salem's distributors for tbo ( most perfect knit underwear for wo- men prodtioed in Amorica, ''THR Ci MEl'ODB." OnvY anrl PpptIpw Hn:fpru (i Ilavo no equal for miality. Our X highest aim, always, the best for tho V lannf mftnav ft IVISBV IHVIIVJ wMSxJl We are constantly str hrJng to do better what oat opposition does well Today, Monday, being Labor Day our store will be closed all day .1,1 if ',4 'J m "XiS'Ut"