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1905. - ....ni4f trmJTKmnijiw t .-nni) 11 . 8 . . a M . .., -kT.n'-J TLTriTU IIA I. OLI1 .- aa r V " v lkiil HllIA ' w Stockton & Co. Salem's Busy Comer CLOAKS J&fcf SUITS NEW DRESS GOODS NEW NOTIONS NEW OU8IUONB NSW SHOES NEW HATS NEW BILKS NEW TRUNKS jfm f -. i I Ajtid Still They Come. New Sttits? Coats and Skircs fo Fall .THERE IS MORE TO A WOMAN'S , COAT THAN WHAT IS SEEN ON THE SURFACE. A SUIT THAT LOOKS WELL TODAY MAY BE 'AN UNSHAPELY AND ALMOST USE- LESS ARTICLE WHEN EXPOSED TO WEAR AND WEATHER, THAT IS IP THE MATERIALS, THE DYE AND THE MAKING; WERE NOT ALL THOUGHT OF BEFORE THE SELL- 1 INO. ALL THESE THINGS AND ' k THE IMPORTANT MATTER OF STYLE WE THINK OUT, TOO, THE MATTER OF COST, MAKING IT SO SATISFACTORY THAT YOU MUST, IF YOU WOULD BUY THE BEST AT TID3 LOWEST PRICES DO YOUR BUYING HERE. ?' New Fall Clothing Fo Men ..OURS ARE Tim CLOTHES THAT NEVER FAIL TO STAND THE CRIT ICAL INSPECTION AND BRING FORTn TID3 ADMIRATION OF MOTHERS, BISTERS, WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS. WHO KNOWS BETTER WHEN YOU ARE FITTING LY DRESSED? NO OTHER CLOTHES HAVE EVER SATISFIED WOMAN KIND LIKE OURS. DROP IN AND TRY THEM ON. ""i ii a a ii iniwi ii uiiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 iTHrnnTrrj i i a i iiirri YELLOW FEVER. rJteiii-Bfocfi Smmtuomes Stockton & Co, SQUARE DEALERS Norwich Union Fire Insur ance Society. Fiank Meredith, Resident Agent. Ofico with Wm. Brown & Co., No. 129 Commercial Street. NEW TODAY Lost Gray frock coot containing n daybook. Between Center street and Tho Oake," on Capital street. 0-Hlt For Rent, A scholarship In WIIIoih otto University, nt a bargain. Jn qutro of "llH' onre Journal. Q 11-tf Wanted. Hoy ami pony to deliver pa peri. Apply nt Journal oDleo. O-H-tf A Now Barrio Play, Denver, Colo., Sept. 11. Tho new J. M. Barrio play, "Alice Slt-by-tho Firo," la to buvo its premiere nt tke Broadway theater in this oity tonight with Bthel Barry-wore iu tho title role. After a preliminary season in Califor nia tho plaV will le taken east for production in New York this winter. - o BORN. LING. Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Ling, of Summit, Ore gon, nt tho homo of Mr. Ling's pa rents, a seven-pound daughter, o DIED. BENNBTT. At tho fnrally homo, in Stafford, Genoese county, N, Y., Sat urday, Septembor U.-10M, Mrs. Wil liam N. Bennett, ngod SO years. Deeoased wn tho mother of Mrs. II. I). Thlelsen, of this oity. BOWKKR.-At tho family homo horo, IMARION CIRCUIT COURT The adjourned session of the August term of the cirenit court which was conxene.l this afternoon by Judge Gnl lowat, Is noted for the large number of .llvoroe suits which are up for settle ment. A number of Important cases .. t -.Mn-atlnn Tlin iudee nre also up ior cuiun --- - will be compelled to go to Albany for Monday and Tuesday of next week, but -itl return the middle of the week. This Is the term of court which should have been convened the first Monday In Au gust, but which was adjourned from that date to this. For that reason the number of case is greater than usual. Waterways Convention. Buffalo, X. Y., Sept. ll.-The Inter national Waterway Commission, con sisting of General 0. II. Ernest, George Clinton and 0. W. Wisner for the Unit ml State, awl Mcura. Mabec, Costo and King for Canada, met In Buffalo todnv. Tho utilisation of tho water power at Sault Ste. Mnrio in its bear ing upon the navigation levels of Lake Superior is tho first subject tnnt wm bo taken up by the commission. As soon as tho Sault Ste. Mnrio problem has been paed upon, the commission ers will probably enter upon a solution of tho question of regulation and con trol of tho Niagara water supply with which is allied tho American proposal to raie the level of Lake Erie. On Wednesday the commissioners will go to Niagara Falls to make a personal inspection of tho power works in that city. Later in the week meetings will be hold in Toronto ami Hamilton, Ont. In Troublo Again. Bill Anderson is in trouble again. A married woman at Los Angeles, who was raised by Unele Bill, and whose maiden name was Suan Pettyjohn, is tho cause of It all. She came up to the fair at Portland, where she persuaded a long-legged married daughter of Bill's to accompany her, and tho two women came up to Salem and went to Bill's house, caught him unawnros, and pro ceded to punish him sevcroly. They threw bim down and paddled him with a flat board with nails in until he can hardly stand, walk or sit down. The women escaped, and Bill has been busy hunting llnamfrnts ever since. mVKfi sWas., TA PEOPXESJBARmAm,JffPJ FALL OPENING OF BEAUTIFULNEWGOODS NONE Or THE LEADING FASHION CENTERS OF AlTar,, SUCH AS NEW YORK OR CHICAGO, CAN SHOW YOU A mt, STAPLE, NICER OR NEWER ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL m TO-DATE MERCHANDISE THAN TIES CHICAGO STORE OF BALE OREGON. Tins IS NO GUESSING MATTER WITH US. H KNOWLEDGE ASiU xivnw aja&auwm tia j.ijLt, UEST HOTfe . a mvrtm TJT Artfa TTa 7JfVU Tf A T)naTfvrri . TW TTFR KAMI 111JL1 JTilflWliW wwwi 1 Jl, AUOlllUIM "in TIT .. " - - -- i Aaji PUT BEFORE OUR PATRONS THE NICEST, NEWEST AX) IN TO TO PUT BEFORE OUR PATRONS THE NICEST, NEWEST Aft MOST DESIRABLE GOODS MONEY CAN BUY. WE ARE MAJq, OF LOW PRICES. MORE Many Now Cases Reported Orloaus, at New (Journal -1 O'clock IMItlou.) Now Orleans, Sept. 11. Twenty new oases of yollow fever were reported up to noon today, but no deaths, o Roundup of Equitablo Agents. Now York, Sopt. 11. About ono thousand agents of the Equitable Life Awuranee aoeioty, who last year wrote over 9160,000,000 of insurance in the Saturday, September 0, 1006, nt l0Souik; and in the region as far west as o 'clock n, in., Mrs.8nrnh Bowkor.ngod 70 years, of n complication of ail ments attendant upon old age. Tho decease! wits u sister of D. Trent way, who lives three miles south of Salem, Tho funeral was eemluated by Rev. Sellwk, of the Methodist church, yes Chicago, roumted up today at the Ori- ontal hotel at Manhattan Reach for a three days' social outing and enUrf UUnment at the expense of the com' jwny. The agents will U addressed by President Paul Morton and other otli eera of the eoeiety whe will give them a heart-to-heart talk on wm Hml terday afternees at 2:30. Interment "wans "r breaking down any popular was had in the Lee MiuIoneeiuetery. utatrust or tke society which mav exUti fltf n rAfllllt Af thA MmAt,m .! .11' ... .. .vh,v ,MW wewwiwHV UU U4f- lerenees ameag ui tends of the socierl ... i .i... . I in IH9 nwn. A bracing toaie. Cures nil steutaeh .troubles. Mnkea rel bloed, bone and. musole. A wowlorful remedy for mak-! , lag stoic people well, llolllster's Reeky OUUJ3UBN CRY FOR Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tab-1 . i MiETOHER'S OASTORIA. Mots. Dr. Stono's drug store. The New Silverware No doubt your stook of tablo silver needs te be replenished this fall. What ever may be lacking, either in uveryday ueeeesaries knives, forks, or spoon or in the way of artistic serving pieces, otc, will almost eerUlnly bo foueti among tho now ware whleh, is gaUtered hero now. Our stock k ospeolally fieo this fall, in the variety! well as In the quality o4 the plcee ihaw Firo Destroys Big Dairy Bani. iVlbeRV. Or.. Snt. 11. A e. ...i. - ' ', -,-.. --. . VKIHU lag a lees of about fiOOO vUited the dairy farm of H. nryaat, just outside the city Hralts of Albany Stwdar, The. strueture was a very large one, and contained 1M tone ef hay, $00 bushels of oats, and a small quantity of wheat, two sites, a steam engine and farm ma. chinery. Several wives were in the born when the fire was discovered, tad two ef them were tamed in the bare. The in. tees heat forced an ead te the work of reseue. The fire U believed te be of in eewlUry erigia Lam, $4000; U.urauee WW(?Q State and .-fj Liberty Sts., Salem, Ore $1000. Farmers National Oeaejrew. Riehwenil, A'a, Sept. 11. The twes. to"-rifUi annual session ef the Farmers Nutienal eenTes epew u lehnie4 tMHorrew sm! seeies ef delegates aU visiter are alred- here. IndtioiM Bftint to a large and repteMouUv at teudanse. The proeeediage wdl open at 10 o'oloek in the weraiag with ad dresses of welcome by Governor Moa tague, Mayor MK-arthy and others. President Jarvii Jorvtan of Ueorgia ny deliver hu annuel aJOrew a tfce after aoon. Madden Divorco Suit. Cincinnati. O., Sept. 11. The suit of Mrs. Anna Louise Madden against her husband, John E. Madden, the well known turfman, came up for hearing today before Juge Swing. The pres ent suit U for alimony, the object of tho wife being to obtain judgment against her husband in the Ohio court bofore his suit againet her for divoree comes up in Kentucky, it being possible under the laws of the latter state for a divoree decree to cat off the wife en tirely from dower interests. Owing to tho prominence of the Maddens much interest is being manifested in the caso. Tetogranw Boiled Down. The king of Italy arrived at Monte- leone today, lie visited all places dam aged by the earthquake, and offered all the relief poesible. It la stated at Berlin that Turkey has protested to the ltustians against the massacre of the Armenia as in the Caueasue. It U regarded as the bitter est taunt ever administered to Russia. Am oiMclal ith the junket cables to day that the Taft party will sail from Nagasaki for Kobe, thence to Yoko 'bamn, where they will attend a dinner by tke tea guild and niW for San Frau Imo on the 27th. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS. Osear Ilayter. of Pallas, It attending court in tliis city today. A letter from Prank Meyers states that he will not return from Pennsvh a nia until the middle ef October. Mise Hattle Odekirk, bookeeper at Buren & Hamilton's furniture store re turned this noon from an exteaded visit to Portland. Mrs. A. A. Miller returned home ves terday freta an exteaded trip through Southern Oregon al California in the interest ef the ButterUk Pattern Co. She also visited frieads aad relatives in Ls Angeles and other Southern Califor nia points. , O. II. Beams sheriff of Shasta coun ty, California, U la the tit, awaiting the release of George Jones from the penitentiary. As soon u h is released wMeh will be aext Wedaesdav, Behrens will rearrest hist aid return him to Cal iferala. Jeees fa notorious teres thief, aad has a loag tern in the Cal fornia penitentiary ahead of him. o General Strike at Warsaw Warsaw. SePt 11 -As a result of the execut.on Friday of Kaswhalc rV. tn all the factories cf tVs c ty snj"l to,iav Trocps jatrl the stn- . Mnvi arrests have been tea e Ladies' Suits and Coats . You should visit our now cloak room. It is up-to-dato for display ing goods and conveniences. You will find in this show room a grand assortment of Ladlos' Suits, La dles', Missos' and Children's coats, Ladies' capes, petticoats, Silk waists, dross skirts and walking skirts. WALKINK SKIRTS $1,00, 31.03, 92.50 and $3.C0 DRESS SKIRTS "" $2.85, 53.50 and 30.00 LADIES' COATS $3.05, $1.05, $7.50 and $10.00 LADD3S' BUITS $5.00, $8.50, $12.50 and $16.00 CHILDREN'S COATS $2.50, $2.05, $3.50 and $1.50 BLACK PETTICOATS 75c, 05c, $1.25 and $1.05 SILK WAISTS $3.60, $1.00 and $0.60 $18 Silk Suits, sale prlco.... $10.00 Our prices always tho lowest. MiiKnety Department Visit our Now Mliitn. .... mont. You will find It a wt, ploasont room to do your iniiu Every bonnot and hat in this tun pjtmtjsuua wivu UUWuCSSt WALKING HATS $1.25, $1.05, iw, m DRESS HATS 91.05, $2.50, $3.60, Hi CUTTiTlKCN'S HATS 40c, 75c, 05c, 91.25, U( Dress Goods and Silks Tlioso dopartmontfl nro stronger d inoro poworful than over HUMb tho brim with, tho choicest Kt goods ItENRIETTAB, POPUKl PANAMAS, RAIN PROOF, 0107 ENGLISH WORSTEDS, BE0A& CLOTH and Fancy English Tv& Dross Goods 25c, 30c, 45c, 69c, & and 7Cc yard. Fino Silks 25c, 30c, 49c, 65c dl 75o yard. Mountains of now goods in ererfl dopartmont all over tho store icljj at tho vory lowost rock bcttcal prlccu. Salem'sGi'eatestGtowingSto McEVOY BROS. Corner of Commer cial and Court St Pony Day Celobratcd. Newport, It. I., Sept. 11. The city of Newport today held an elabornto celebration of Perry day in connection with the Old Home Week celebration. The presence of the North Atlantic squadron commanded by Rear Admiral Evans was a leading feature. An illu mination of the Jleet is planned for tonight. Sundaes Just received, a full and comploto line of lamps, bells, tires and coaster braki'. ts our window, and when yun want a good, honest job at tho right price bring in your bieyele, or we will call and get it. Best work nt honest prices. PRANK J. MOORE 308 MAIN. 370 OOURT 8TREET. OaTOXlZA. TL. II.J U.. II. -ft lrel Burs the j? ,na Mnu ' """""!! Money to Loan THOMAS K. F0BAI Over Ladd 6 Bush's Bank, Salsa, ( J Hop Baskets Patented and Tmftovei 905. Place yoor orders now! avoid the rush. Walte Mofley 00 Court Street, HU TE RS WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR New Stock of Gtms f LATEST MODELS, BEST MAKES, STANDARD Shot Guns Single or double barreled. New Hammertoes Model. Best BjecrW Any standard bore. Those arms ore all absolutely now. No oM 1 or shopworn goods to select from. Wo want t0 aw you tho newest ond best at prieos you would Ut o pay for Inferior makes. Look at thorn, anyway. Does Yoar Bicycle Need Fixing BRING IT IN OR RINQ TO p 363 jj.tj, CQ& AFTER IT.