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B A1LY .JOURNAL. SALEM, OftECOM. FRIDAY, OCTODER 16, 1003.
Stockton & Co.
We Aim To mako the ncJont methodB of doins
WMmmmmmiT business tedious
HERE'S OUR PLAN
With originality and artistic designs and
quality guaranteed, with a style that
takes, and prices that win, we help
you to make S S $ $
THE SALEM STORES
NEW TODAY. Wo will place on Bale today four now and
distinct shipments of Ladies' SUITS, SKIETS and JACKETS
comprising over two hundred new garments which wore
consigned to T. Holvorson & Co., but woro sold to us at a
grsat fcacrifico. All these are offered at our usual reduced
, Don't fail to be among these shoppers
who carry off these bargains
,. Great Sales are on at Both Stores..
Half carload of trunks just received
Tho Pen U Filling Up.
J. C. Randle, deputy sheriff of Jo
scphlno county, assisted by Arthur
Lister and Logan Woolrldbe, an
guards, brought four prisoners to tho
penitentiary this morning, all con
victed of serious crimes. Tho prison-
en nre: Tllomns J. Gibson, convect-ed-
of murder In tho second degreo
After thrco 'trials, and sentenced to
Ufa Imprisonment; Joseph H. Plnck
Hoy, Charles MacArthur and Joseph
P. Gavin, all convicted of robbery
from tho person and sentenced to
servo flvo years each.
Chicago, Oct. , 16. Wheat, 799i
GOLD DUST FLOUR
Mad 9 by
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY
Made for family uso, oak your
crocor 'or It. Bran and
- aborts always on band.
sA., T. WALN Affent
The Music Department
Sacred Heart Academy
has oponed with a fine attendance.
Every effort is made to advanco
tho students in this Auciimtiug
John Tyler, of Woodburn, was today
appolntod administrator of tho estate
of J. G. Storts, deceased, upon peti
tion of tho heirs of tho estate, Kate M.
Storts, ngod 24, and Raymond Storts,
aged 22 years. Tho cstato Is valued
at 9400, of which amount $5000 Is In
real estate In Marlon county. Tho In
comes from tho property Is alleged to
bo valued at $1000 a year. Judge
Scott mado tho appointment as
prayed for, exacting tho filing of a
bond In tho sum of ,$10,000. This was
Immediately filed and J. D. Secley, O.
A.'UcmlB and J. M. Poarman, of Wood
burn, were appointed appraisers.
Dog Catchers Wanted.
Thoundorslgnod would llko to em
ploy soveral competent men to assist
in enforcing tho dog law. Call at city
hall. D. W. GIBSON,
10-13-tf City Marshal.
Getting Up In the Air.
Madrid, Oct. 30. The dowager
queen will mnko a balloon ascension
Sunday, under tho direction of the
Kronen captain, Carton.
Call and see us before you
sell your Crop
James M. Kyle & Co
J 75 CommerclalSt.
144 State HU
PLACE YOUR MONEY
In our hands for the time
being, and select in its place
one of Mabi- Todd &, Co.'s fa
mous "Swan Fountain Pens."
Its a ten to one shot that wo'U
suit you and you will send a
friend around to buy one like
it. Wo will givo unwritten guar
antee for threo years if you
Pate Bool Store.
Oulto 4 275 H Commercial 8t, m
Phone Main S01
VAN AUSTIN E, GORDON A CO.,
A. R, MORGAN & CO., Managers
fT2 A TklT OPERA
Mnrirlv. Oct. 19
THE 'JflAN I ROWLAND & CLIFFORD'S
I Greatest Sensation
;0VER NIAGARA FALLS
.Astounding Electrical Effects- All
J Large Select Company.
A Mighty Production Comparatively
I as Prodigious as the Gigantic
Prices 75c, 50c, 35c. Seats on sale
at box office Monday at 9 a. m.
Confesses to Mur
dering His Wife and
Six Other Indians
Intended to Kill Fourteen
More but a Shell Got
Stuck in Ills
Butte, Mont, Oct. 1C Jim Llttlo
Plume, a Blackfoot, who was arrested
on suspicion of participation In the
murder of seven of his tribe, on the
reservation, has confessed that he
committed all tho murders. One of
the victims was his wife. Ho says he
intended to kill 14 more, but tho shell
stuck In his rifle. Ho then ciit a gosh
In his wrist and throat to allay suspicion.
Came Near Having a Row.
Chicago, Oct 1G. Tho National
Civic Federated meeting was thrown
Into turbulence this morning, when
Henry Hunter, representing tho Metnl
Trades Association, of Now York, ac
cused tho labor unions of that city of
moral turpitude. Dolegate Archibald,
of tho painters' union; Wilson of the
machinists, and sovoral other labor
leaders denounced it in strong terms
as not truo. The debato was growing
warm whon Marcus Marks, of the
New York Garment Makers Employ
ers' Association, poured oil on tho
troubled waters, by diverting tho dis
cussion Into one concerning tho prov
ince of tho Civic Federation. He said
It was formed for tho purpose of con
vincing tho working men it was to
their Interest to maintain open shops,
that tho unorganized SO per cent might
Join tho organized 20 por cent of
Gompers, tho president, said Hnnnn
would bo tbo chairman tomorrow.
Killed by Gas.
Youngstown, Pa., Oct. 16. Rpcco
Paola Is dead, Charles Darrow and
Manager David Jones nnd Leo MpKco,
a worman, woro fatally overcome by
gas In tho Mahoning foundry plant
this afternoon. Jones and Paola at
tempted to roloaso tho Iron which was
wedged In tho gas cupola. They were
ovorcome, and fell whero the fumes
woro sweeping over them. Darrow
tied a rope around his body, and suc
ceeded In putting it around the bodies
of tho two men. ncfore thoy were but
of Danger Darrow was overcome.
Charlos Callahan, tied to a rope, res
cued Darrow. Callahan Is affected,
but will recover.
The Mormons Won.
Salt Lake, Oct. 16. After ono of
tho most oxclting political battles
over fought In Salt Lake, Frank Knox,
the president of tho National bank of
tho Republic, was nominated for may
or by tho Republican city convention
over W. F. James, a well-known min
ing man, and George T. Odell, a prom
The nomination of Knox Is consld
orod a porsonal victory for United
Statos Senator Kearns over his op
ponents, and will have an- important
bearing on tho election of a United
States senator, to bo chosen by the
legislature a yenr honco.
Washington. Oct 16. Peter Elliott,
tho Minneapolis crank, who attempted
to reach Roosevelt, was today ad
judged Insane, and formally commit
ted to the hospital.
Drltlih Fleet Strengthened.
Portsmouth, Oct 16. A battleship
and cruiser from tho Mediterranean
squadron has been ordered to aug
ment tho British Hoot In Chinese
Arranging For Showing
at St. Louis Fair
Stato Superintendent Ackerman
has issued a circular to tho educators
of tho stato, urging them to assist all in
their power in the matter of provid
ing a suitable educational exhibit and
comparative display., of Oregon's
school system for tho St. Louis Expo
sition. This Is tho first stop toward
arranging such a display, and from
now on work In this direction will bo
pushed. The superintendent's lettor
is as follews:
"To tho School Directors, Suporln
tondants, Principals and Teachers
in Public Schools of Oregen:
"The Louisiana Purchaso Exposition
Is to be held In St Louis in 1904, and,
for the first timo In the history of en
terprises of this kind, the department
of education has been assigned a scp
arato building has been provided for
the educational exhibit, and a com
parative display of educational sys
tems, from all tho leading nations of
"It Is earnestly dCBired by this de
partment that Orogon shall take Its
proper placo ns a leading exhibitor In
thnt department Tbo great Interest
heretofore manifested by tho people
of Oregon In all matters pertaining to
education, justify tho expectation of
hearty co-oporatlon In tho preparation
of an educational display that will In
tolllgently nnd effectively lllustra'e
Orogon'H school system, and tho re
sults achieved in all lines of work.
"Prof. F. O. Young has beon ap
pointed as tho educational exhibit
commissioner from Oregon, and Supt
H. S. Lyman as superintendent, and
these gontlemen havo, in conjunction
with tho commlttoe appointed for this
purpose of tho State Teachers' As
sociation, preparod a circular contain
ing suggestions and plans for prepar
ing a crodltablo exh'bltlon. which you
will rocolvo lu duo time. All inquiries
and communications should bo ad
dressed to Supt. H. S. Lyman, 203
Vino stroet, Portland, Orogon.
"Firmly bollevlng that all will take
hold of tho matter with zeal and on-
thuslam to tho end that this exhibition
of school work will be tho best In the
history of tho state, I am. yours truly,
"J. H. ACKERMAN,
"Supt. Public Instruction."
Will Have Some Money.
Chicago, Oct 16. Tho convention
of tho bulldlug and loan associations
of Illinois aro today planning a com
bine, making their capital $40,000,000,
For Sale Or to let on shares, a
nlco bunch of 40 head of sheop, or
will trado for cows or lumber. R. R.
Ryan, 123 Stato street. . 10-14-3t
Wanted. Somo ono who has shelter,
to take 60 to 70 head of sheep. Some
ono n Polk county preferred. N.
Huyck. East Mission street, Salem,
WE CAN TELL
What s wiong with y ur
watch, and we'd like the
chance to look it over.
WE CAN FIX IT
No matter If It's lust a little regulat
ing that's needed, or a. cleaning, or
some sew part9 We'll gladly advise
you or do the work for vou. Ladies'
Elgin orWaltnaaGotd Filled Watches
wairaated 20 years. $12.00 and up;
Cents" Elgin or Waltfcw Geld Filled
Watches, $9.00 Mi upwardi. ,
C. H. HINGES, Pioneer Optician
88 State Street, Vtxx door to Ladd & Busbs'BbbIc
Daker Oet There.
County Clerk A. B. Combs has ef
footed a settlemant with Union Boun
ty whereby the county of Baker la tho
richer by JtttO.
After the panbundto became tha
property of Baker county. Union conn,
ty collected somewhere In the neigh
borhood of J 10 000 delinquent taxes.
From tilts amount special wheel and
state taxa wore paid by Union coun
ty, which wer deducted, leaving the
handsome balance stated to the credit
Of thU county-Raker City Democrat!
RKBS. At the family home. Is Brook
lyu addition, Salem, Oregon. Thurs
day, Oct 15, 190, the little son of
C Ilea and wife.
The fuaar&l was held this afternon,
and Interment was iTad In Leo Mission
cemetery. The father of deceased la
a young minister, at preeeat attending
1 M'MINNVILLE COLLEGE'
FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON.
8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 17.
t GAME CALLED AT 2:30 P. M.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
GRANDSTAND 10 CENTS.
Class nr erlvate lesson. Dnnn f.
and 7 Murray block. 1CM4-1
Dowle Out-Classes Cexey: '.
Now York, Oct. 16. Dowlo arrived
this morning, and was greeted by ecv-
eral hundred followers. The, host
breakfasted in Madison Square Gar
Dowle met the delegation with their
reports at the Plaza Hotel, wherp he
had a suite, and Tcltorated that ho was
Elijah the second, come to restore
New" York, nnd demanded thnt noth
ing but the truth bo printed regarding
tho ZIonlBt meetings. He said he
would expel any roportor from
tho garden who colored the news, or
ridiculed thorn. He made all pledge
themselves to tell tho truth. There
was an Immense crowd outside, watch
in: tho arrival of tho Dowicltss.
DowlO's wife was robbed of $1600 and
a diamond brooch In her private car
Must Answer for Murder.
Sacramento, Oct.-16. The examina
tion of Convicts Wood nnd Munihy,
tho Fol8om escapes, which has been
running for a week, was concluded
this morning. Both wore held to an
swer a charge of murder.
' '-Repairing 8tate fit-.
Street Commissioner Grin!
u cion ul meu, wun teami, It
UU.UUUS ijiuvci un State lb,!
way is being constructed In ty
aie oi aiaio street that win
miring me winter rains the i
either side gets muddy, malt
ccllent road for teams. All
tho street aro being filled
whole put In the best conditio!
siuio tor tno winter travel.
Our George Gets The
Private Secretary Catena lutj
"& ,v.v.v" ivictjium iron (mvc
nor Chamberlain, dated at ClMlil
suuiiig mm, me governor tM
rlvo In Washington tonight, audi
be nt WIHord'B Hotel. Tha
expects to remain In Washing
Unloading in London.
London, Oct. 16. The Pall Mall Ga
zette this evening publishes a story
that a large American trust, un-named
Is offering for snlo $2,000,000 of se
curities, which it is unable to dispose
of In America.
Marshal Would Not Stand.
WoonBocket, S. D., Oct 16. Four
men approached the marshal last
night and offered him $2000 to remain
absont until they could rob tho Citi
zens Natlonnl bank. He promptly
lined them up and arrosted them.
Regular meeting at Staytcn, lEg
nesday, October 21st, at 10 o'cJB
m. Good attendance desired.
Manila Pirates Caught
Manila, Oct 16. The capture ot In
spector Herrmann, who, with Officer
Johnson, stolo tho funds ot Mindanao,
and turned pirate, was announced to
day. Ho was found In the mountains
of Negros Island, carrying $1700.
Yet Miss Ovaja Won It
London, Oct. 16. Miss Ovaja won
tho Maiden plate at Newmarket to
day, but was disqualified, and the raco
was given to Whitney's Cossld,
Skeets Martin up. Whitney reported
a big clean-up nt 5 to 1.
Could Not Get Loose.
New York, Oct. 16. Tho trial of tho
divorce Urought by tho playwright
poet, Hughes, ended today. The Jury
failed to agro eon a verdict.
This season of tho year vetinjOT
flno buggy robes In tho rublwk son
cloth or plush, a beautiful ttm vM
to chooso from at popular prleai Clu
and look them over. boi
Good line of buggy whips, t. the
Storm robes big rubber oie,wb
keep the rain off you whi
drive. For buggies or haclti.
F. A. WIGGIN
255-257 Liberty St, Sslem. 'n?
Farm Machinery, Bicycles, AeiTh
biles, Sewing Machlnos aid Su tra
N. H. Barley. S
Sewing Machine Ropalrlng. l.lK
: . be)
Phene: Main 2953.
193 Commercial St,
Orer The Journal.
Are vou satisfied with vourprlntlnrt
If you are, yon aro the man lam Iookin(i
Let's get togetuor:
If you aro not satisfied yon will cout
To mo with your next.
Elliott, tliefjob Printer.
New Kegs and Battels
Big barrels, Little barrels,
all kinds of barrels.
Cider kegs, pickle kegs, vinegar kegs.
Fish barrels, meat barrels, kraut barrels.
Any size barrel you want.
New shipment just in at reduced prices.
D. A. WHITE & SON, 'HSSSS
JREOPXJS3 JBAHGAXN HOUSE'
Sale Now On For Wednesday and Tiwrsl
Bargain-giving Is tho order for this great sole. Prices cut 1
pieces on reliable, up-to-date dry goods. Room! Room! Roob
la what wn am nftni- Wfl unn nn wnv nut rtf It hilt tn cut the StOCl H
down. Tho business we are doing Is a wonder. Crowded every dtf
so that you cannot get into our store sideways.' The good work m
keop up until wo empty out the shelves. Come right straight to tw
. Chicago Btore,
Ladles 25c heavy fleeced black
ootton stockings; pair 15c
Children's 20 heavy fleeced warm
Ladles' $1 65 wool waists; pleated
and tueked; the latest 98c
35a wool fasolnators 10c
Ladles' heavy black cotton stock
ings; seamloss and stainless;
prlco .... ...10c
T5o doublo oototn' blankets; soft
fluffy; price 39c
J 1.36 black silk peau de sole;
splendid heavy thick" quality; ev
ery yards warranted; special for
this Week only 65c
Men's 75c sanitary wool fleeced
underwear; irrent valne A
Men's 45c heavy fleeced derby il
liori nnHpnvnnr ...... "
Ladlos' 65c outing flannel al
gowns; special v
Ladles' $3.00 French flannel "
waUU; swoll affairs; sale pi
$4.50 dress skirts; silk band; tr
med (broadcloth; Bale price- P
OnwM... .. ItfUlt elAll! .'
7kc outing flannel, yard
Boat standard calico, yard
Best Sans silk, ball -6c
thick heavy crash yard
10c hemstitched handkerchief--Men'a
65c overalls; beat
The Cheaoest Store In the Northwest
AlcEVOY BROS., SLfflW H
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