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v v OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1005, DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALKM, ' .. ! SS Stockton & Co Your Dollar measures Its usefulness by the work it will do. Such a tost will sb6w tho sound trado prlnclplos that undcrgird this Old Homestead Store. Wo offer you advantages, tho llko of which aro unknown in any other storo. Our aim is to treat all poopla aliko to mako no distinction botweon your dollar and tho dollar of somebody else Nothing diverts us from that plain purpose , MORE NEW QOODB THAN ANY OTHER STORE. Today we will place on salo a big stock of corsets in drab, whito nnd black, ' regular $1.25 values at C8e each. Wo have on onormous stock on hand, and it must bo ro ducod. W&JZ'' 98c Kids Tho regular 1.25, $1.60, 1.75 kinds. All colors, all sizes, fitted anfftfjjunrantccd. Tho best glovo bargain you over saw. DON'T MIBS IT gm " WM ASK TOR REED'S RAINPROOF QOODB, and tnko no other kind. Wo can clearly domonstrato their superi ority ovor all oth waterproof goods. Norwich Union Fire Insur ance Society. Frank Meredith, Roatdont Agent Ofllco with Wm. Brown & Co., No. 120 Commercial Btroet. NEW TODAY Wanted. Forty pruno facers. Apply at Tlllson's warehouse. 0-20-tf Tor Salo. A litrge, red Durham bull, tdreo years old. Inqntro of E. S. Tolmnn, Salem R. P. D. No. 5, noat reform school. 10 3-3t" Wanted. Gontlemnn or lady of good standing to travel with a .rig or by rail. Salary 1072 per year and ex- , penscs; paid weakly, and expenses advanced. Address, with stamp, a, Jos. A. Alexander, Sale.ni, Or. 10-5-3t vOottago for Rent. Near buslueM part of eity, oall on Mel. Hamilton, or pljono Main 117. 10-5-tf .Wonted. Oirl to do general housowork - In amal family. Call an Mrs. J. P. ' Wilson, or phono Mniu 705. 10-5-tf Wanted, -A girl for tray service. None ' but competent help need apply. In . quire at tho Samaritan Hospital, cor ; ner of Winter and Perry streets. P 10-5.3t For Solo. Two good milch cows, will bo fresh soon. Inquire at 807 North Liberty street, Salem, Or. 10-5-3t The Movement's The Thing o be pontiiloreJ when first selecting a watch. A handsome earn doesn't mako tho watch any utoro than clothes mako tho man. Thero Isn't any doubt about our ability to supply auyono with a thor oughly reliable timepiece at a' wholly satisfactory prleo. Wo can glvo you a choloa of the very best that aro made you can pick whatever ease ploases you to go with it. Both works and cases are, doubly guaranteed ty the nukers and by us, Here Is a aainple of our prlcen A Waltham good reliable movement, la a forked screw ease for 3.00, ii i hi n i I, 3$afy $Jwfote SfihiBdci Smk& IfotAetf Bay the Best Clothing It cost no moro to bo considorod a swoll dressor than to bo commonly attlrod. Como to uso and wo will show you moro stylo, moro value for your monoy than any othor store new surra tor men $10 TO $25 13.00 HATS TOR 1.50. A big stock of hats in all stylos aro hero at just half their worth. HOP BUYERS' DHtEOTORY. Win. Brown & Co. Hops, .Mohrtlr, Wool, Hop Growers' Supplies. No. 120 Commercial stroot, Salem, Or. Phono Main 115. 10-5-3m Squlro Faxrar. Hop merchant and purchasing agent. No, 158 Commer cial street, upstairs, Salem, Oregon. Phono Main 149. 10-5-3m VETERINARY SUROEON. Dr. O. J. Korinek Vctorlnary Surgeon and Dentist. City nnd country calls promptly answered. Ofllco at Low 'a, Cnpltal Stablos. Phono 150 Main, Salem, Oregon. 10-5-tf MARRIED. LBMBCKB NOBFITT. At tho Ger- man Reformed church, Salem, Or., by Rev. J, Meutlhnupt, Octobor 3, 1005, Mr. Charles Lembcko to Elizabeth Nobfltt. Doth aro well-known in Ma rion county, Mr. Lemboke being ex ancsspr of tho county, SIIOALBS-TAYLOR.-At tho Marlon county court house, Saloin, Or., Wed nesday, Oatober 4, 1005, Ethel M. Taylor to Sherwin Shoales, County Judgo John Soottt officiating. PAINTBR OTT.-At tho ofllco of tho Mnrioa county judge, Salem, Or., Wednesday, October 4. 1005, Edith K. Qtt to It. O. Painter, Judgo John II. Scott officiating. Stat? and Liberty Sts., Salem, Ore ijV' f "i THE OLD RELIABLE WHITE CORNER etfflfr Hosiery and Underwear Somo rousing specials aro offered in this department. 10c HOSE A lino of dark rod and tin hoso that did soil at 25o per pair. 10c WOOL HOSE A new lino of henvy wool hoso for ladies, bought to sell at 25c. us, put up thrco pairs In a box. 3 for 1.00 HOSE Two oxtra flno lines of black 50 craugo hose. Made expressly for us, put up thro epairs in a box. 10c UNDERWEAR An nssortmont of children's vests and pants In tho winter weights, worth 25c. 25c UNDERWEAR Whito and natural gray color. Ex tra good fleoco lined, derby rib bed. 50c UNDERWEAR An assorted lot of vests ant) pants that formorly sold for 75e to $1.25, has boon reducod to 50. Outing Gowns Thoro la.n6 quostion but what wo aro showing tho best stock of outing gowns in tho city, for both men and women. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS. . trs. A. A. Jossup, formerly of this city, but now of Boise, arrived In S: lorn today nnd will visit friends. Mrs. M. O. Wire, of Eugene, camo down this morning to attend tho mis sionary meeting of tho Methodist church. -m Mr. nnd Mrs. F. R. Chllds, of Port land, aro tho guests of Mrs. E. Cun nlnghnm, at her homo on Cottago street. Miss Catborlno Jones went to Jeffer son today to visit relatives. O. A. Metcnlf, of Montesano, arrived in Salem last evening to resume his work as a student in tho law depart ment of the Unlvorsity. O. O. Oliver, pastor of tho M. E.1 church at Jefferson, camo down this morning to mako arrangements about taking somo work In tho university. Mrs. E. E. Upmeycr, of Ilnrrisburg, is in the city to attond the miMioaary convention. Mrs. Upraoyer was former ly Miss Kathorino McDonald, nnd deun of the ladles' boarding hall at the Uni versity two-yoars ago. Sho was great ly loved by the girls, and has been greatly missed. Frightful Buffering Relieved. Suffering frightfully from the viru lent poisons of undigested food, O. O. Grayson, of Luis, Miss., took D. King's New Life Pills, "with the re sult," ho writes, "that I was cured." All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonle, laxative proper ties. 25c at J. 0, Perry's drug store, guaranteed. Missionary Society Meeting. A largo number of delegates to tho 13th annual meeting of the Columbia River branch of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. church arrived on the 11 o'clock train today. Tho convention will meet in the Pirst Methodist church tonight. Tho first part of tho program will be a loyo feast, conducted by Rev. W. n. Sel leek. This will bo followed by the ia traduation of branch officers and mis alaaarlfts and an informal reception. The saMobs of the convention will oeatinuo Friday and Saturday, closing Suaday night. -' o . . CIUIiDKBN CRY FOR l-LETOHER'8 OARTORIA- Peter Brltt, a pioneer of Jackson seunty, died yesterday at his home In Jacksonville, aged 89 years. CHILDREN CRY FOB FLETCHER'S OA.8TORIA. A Eugene firm reeoatly shipped three carloads of etlttlm bark to London markets. k vSjA-vsiv 'w-JEffll Iff nil L mmm PEORIA HAS A BIG DEFAULTER Superintendent of the City I schools Gets Away With 1 Half a Million Peoria, I"., Oct. O.-Xcwton 0. Doughtortv. for 30 years superintend ent of tho city schools, was Indicted to day, charged with embezzlement nnd misappropriation of school funds, and . . 1 rm. nmminf Inst 14 has been arrcsteu. mo u.uu. variously ostlmatcd at from $10,000 to $75,000. Peoria. 111., Oct. 5. Tho grand jury reports thnt Dougherty used almost ev ery device known to speculators to get rid of money. It is alleged that ho raised checks, forged checks, issued false script and issued fnlso bills for supplies, ne had the absoluto confi dence of the board of education nnd the community. For years ho hns been considered wealthy. He owned proper ty In this city nnd St. Louis, and hnd largo interest's in tho Peoria, Arizona nnd Salt River Valley road, which is said to havo been n losing venture. It Is claimed ho dumped a largo share of this upon Col. James X. Rice, who lost evcrv dollar he had. Dougherty also lost $25,000 in tho first big steel slump. A daughter of tho es-prcsldcnt, now n member of tho Natlonnl Educational Association, said ho hnd been nn Invet crnto speculator. Tho full extent of bis discrepancy Is unknown, but it is said it may reach $500,000. Peoria, 111., Oct. 5. Dougherty was born In Pennsylvania in 1847. Ho was tho son of a farmor, nnd graduated from collcgo In 1808, nnd was superin tendent of schools at Morris in I860, camo to Peoria in 1878 and took his dogrces In Knox Collego and Illinois Wesley University. Ho has a wife and thrco grown children. TO KIDNAP ROCKEFELLER (Four O'Clock Edition.) Butte, Mont., Oct. 5. Pat Crowe, in an intorviow this morning, confesses thnt ho nnd his partner in tho Cudnhy kidnapping case, whose nnmo ho rofuses to dlvulgo, planned immediately aftor tho Cudaby affair to kldnnp John D. Rockcfollor, nnd demand $2, 500,000 ransom from young Rockefeller. Ho says ho went to Chicago with $10,000 of tho Cudnhy ransom, and from thero to Cleveland. Ho went out to Forest Hills, Rockefeller's home, sized up tho plnco and arranged to hold-up and gag tho watchman. Ho bad the plan of the building, proposing to ontor by night. Tho Wodnosdny night they were to do the job his partner asked a postpone ment until Thursday. Thursday nt noon ho got cold feet, nud refused to carry tho plan out. It was Impossible for me to turn the trick aloue. so I nbaudoned it. Fearing bis partner would confess Orowo went to New York, where bo took pa&sage for South Afrieo, nnd thero served under C'ronje in the Boer war. Officials will arrlvo from Omnha this nfternoon totake him back, as he will not fight requisition. Demurrers Being Argued. Demurrers in the ease of the State vs. A. T. Kelllber and H. II. Turner aro being argued before Judge .Burnett this aftornoon. Kelliher nnd Turner woro jointly indicted by the Marion county grand jury last June, In connec tion with the school land frauds. They aro both charged with forgery and ut tering forged instruments. If the demurrers are sustained by the judgo further prosecutions will of ne cessity stop, beeause of the statute of limitations, 1 University Opens Tomorrow. Tho formal opening of the Willam- ette University will take place la the University chapel tomorrow mornlnu at 9 a'elock. A number of prominent speakers will deliver addresses, and the general public is invited to bo nresent. Some of thoso who will be present and speak are Dr. D. D. Rader, editor of the Pacific Christian Advecate: Rev. L. E Rockwell, D, D., of Pertland; Dr. Hoi- llngshead, of Portland, and Rev. M. C. WIro, of Eugene. President A. xr Smith, of the board, of trustees, will preside at tbe meeting. ; The board of Irueteei of the UmIt. aity will meet this evening la the Uni versity Qtueo for the transaetio. of business. W. O. W. Attention. Don't fail to bo la attendance FrI day night, 8ometk.ng special P O. HANSEN, (J. a fmrffn A ftomfc JPtEGMVLES JMMGAWJffPJMJ . Appreciation Oloarly shown, by tho crowds thatTtlirongod our Btora for tho put t wooks. Tho business is tho biggest in tho history of Tim OBIOAOo STORE. Wo aro keeping tho good work up hammoring down prlcei H that wo may furthor vrfn your friandahlp and patronage' Every utldi la priced down to tho lowest notch FOB THIS SALE. LADIES' JACKETS Prices $2.05, 4.50, $5.00 and $7.50 Prices $2.05, $4.50, $5.00 and $7.50 LADIES' COATS Pricos $7.00, $8.50 and $10.00 LADIES' OAPES Prices $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00 CHILDREN'S JACKETS Prices $1.50, $2.50 and $3.50 LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS Prices $1.50, $2.50 and $3.50 LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS $2.05, $3.50 and $4.50 LADIES' SUITS $0.00, $8.50, $10.50 and $14.00 LADIES' WAISTS, WOOL Pricos 08c, $1.50 and $1.05 LADD3S' SILK WAISTS Prices $2.05, $3.50 and $4.50 LADIES' PETTICOATS Pricos C5c, 76c, 85c and $1.50 LADIES' WALKINO HATS Prices 08c, $1.50 and $2.60 LADIES' DRESS HATS $1.05 $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50 CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS $1.25, $1.40 and $2.25 40 In. Wool Sorgo Dross Goods yd 25c 40 in. Bannockburn Twood Dress Goods, yd .....40c 75c .Covort Cloth Dross Goods, now ..shados, yd 40c $1.25 50-in. Broadcloth, yd GOo $2.00 Cravcnotteo, salo prlco $1.30 and $1.40 $1.50 Fancy Wood Dress Goods 80o 25c School Plaid Dress Goods, yd 15o 8 l-3c Outing FlannoL yd 5c Bost Standard Calicoes, yd . ...4Vio 45c Tablo Linens Bleached, yd . .20c 15c Turkish Towols Bleached ...10c 8'aC Whito Towols, prico 5c Salem'sGreatestGtowingStofe MCEV0Y BROS. Elects Officers. Tho annual election of officers of tho Girls Student Association of Willnm otto University was held this mornlnc. and resulted in tho election of tho fol lowing officers: Presldont, Sylvia Jonos, '00. Vice-President, Xclllo Pnrsons, 'OS. Secretary, Orytha Gatch, '00. Treasurer, Lena Schlndler, '07. Most of tho Important social func tions of the University are given under tho auspices of this organization. Hearst for Mayor, (Four O'Clock Edition.) Xew York, Oct. 5. W. It. Hearst was named as a candidate for mayor at a municipal ownership mass meeting last night in Grand Central Palace, and a eommlttee appointed by J. G. Phclpa Stokee, who presided, will select the re mainder of tho ticket. CHILDREN CRY FOB FLETCHER'S OA8TOHIA iniHtlOanaraIUIMIMIMMMltIfRUilM, a YOU GET THE OF THE JSiiTiSS Daily Journal's Special Sale ON SUBSCRIPTIONS SATURDAY, 2 READ THE LARGE DISPLAY AD XBQKBgoagMt)gMitMlgt,Bt,JjKtMtM,tMtBH AWFUL WEATHER It is the umbrella season, and if yours, como in nnd let us doctor it - umorelUs are srubjeet to. TIME To hT8 yoUr Wheel fitted with U, lLiXriBiBiBw7r. Vl V WPSH&aHBfiBHftfllfBMIkflH of the People BLACK SILKS 35c, 40c, C5c, 75c and 85c tf COLORED DRESS SILKS 40c, C5cand75cfl 75c VELVETEENS, all colors, yd 49ctf $1.50 FANCY WAISTTNO V& VETS, yd jj, 76o DOUBLE BLANKETS, pU; $1.50 COMFORTABLES, price ..ft CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAS 15c and25e LADIES' WINTER UNDBBW&U 25o UdKc LADIES' 25c FLEECE LINED HOSE, prlco Mliif 15o CASHMERE FLANNEXETXEl prlco yd ik No, 40 NECK RIBBONS, BUS, jj 12V.Q tsA Ki ! MEN'S 40c HEAVY W3NTEB US- DERWEAR, prico .a BOYS' 30c HEAVY WlNTEB TO DERWEAR, prico $$j MEN'S $1 FELT HATS, prlc ft MEN'S $3.50 DRESS SHOES fUS LADIES, $2.25 DRESS SHOES f Lfl REMNANTS DRESS GOODS Half Prid REMNANTS FINE BILKS Half Fries Boat Sana Silk, ball & 200-yd Beet Spool Cotton It Darning Cotton, ball Ii Children's Handkerchiefs, each It Men's 10c whito Handkerchlefi k Ladles' 8c whito Handkerchlefi 3c 8c Bleached Muslin, yd 5c House Lining, yd )e Corner of Commer cial and Court Streets Money to Loan THOMAS K. F0BA Over-Lndd t Bush's Bank. Stleaft Class Opening Miss Elraa Wcller will meet Ik I plla, and any who desire to study pfc after October 1st. Wc Fit Mud Guards and Steel Rims And Repair Umbrellas. Be Work at Honest Prices FRANK J. M00RE 368 MAIN. 370 COURT ST&E-I BENEFIT OCTOBER 7TH there Is anything the matter M wo can euro all kinds of dli" mud guanlj and eteel rims for ri1"