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to miimmmmimmm0mM''"'M''''mimm'r!l SHOWING of New Kajah Silk Suits . In tho 'now Eva Tangwny styles Thcoo RuiU Just arrived find are . welcomed by thoso ,who wish something out of the ordinary. Each model Ib perfect' and tho tailoring id Buporb. Jf you have ,. not soloctcd your .spring suit come to tho big. store first; wo jiavo many now nrrfv'ala, and each suit wo aro showing Ib tho latent Now York atyJcn, at much lesa New York prlccsT t than Now DroHi Goods, trimmings, ele Now Wash Goodo, Now I3mbrold orles, Allovern, Lncos and Bnndo, Nuw Ribbons, Bowh, Bmbroldorod Collar, Jnbota and Tloa, Now PurucH, BagH, Hat I'Iiib, BoltB, olo,, Now Hoilory, Underwear, clo. ThoBo articles aro only a fiw of tho ninny now spring noceHHltlos that a 10 imicJi In dumnnd at this tlmn of tho year. Comu and jioo yourself. J IrrA ill "T WM faffer Tim IB wgrva OT AJf uvw ! Ing your aclectidHs from our large line of paper, Burcn & Hamilton. TIm) JjtHUen- Of tho Episcopal church will have a Bale of cooked food Saturday, March 21, at Putnam's drug store. Baked boana, brown bread, salt ris ing bread, cakes, cookies, salads and ovorythlng for a Sunday dln nor. 3-1 9-2 1 Special Prlco'Salc On wall' paper. All our Btock of wall paper goes at special prices. Duron & Hamilton, Itcforo Wo Move Every bolt of wall papor must bo Bold. Special prices to aid tho coubo." -Biiron & Hamilton. ELECTRIC LINE TO i STAYTON IS NOW REVIEWED PROMINENT SALEM CITIZENS STARTED THE BOOM LAST SATURDAY NIGHT ONE MAX SAYS RAISE A SUBSIDY. For Men Tho long expected II. S. & M. spring suits aro here. If you want to hoc soino of tho moat awnggor ntylos ovor mado in mon's clothos, conio In hero some day and ask to bio oura. Hnrt, SohaffiiBr & Marx variety models, some of thorn will bu Hiiro to suit you. NEW ANNEX, eu&lA 6 A IHCOfirGfifATCD toii4 Prcsldont F. G. Dcckebach, of tho board of trade, was scan today by Frosnnll Divorced a Journal roprcsentatlvo, and when j. u. i'ro3naii was hub nuriuii(, asiccu regaraing tno mceiing ai may- granted a divorce from hli wife, Bortha on tho ground of desertion, by Jut! go Galloway In the circuit court. Tho defendant failed to ap pear hi court and nnBWor tho Bum mono, nnd judgment was entered agalnflt her by dofnujt. Elk, Attention Big Initiation tonight, doing. Don't miss It. Something A Marlon Candidate. Lloyd Reynolds filed today in a candldato for tho' legislature. Ho will volo for tho Republican receiv ing tho highest number of voteu. ton, said: "I feel certain that tho people of Stoyton greatly appreciated Hie spirit shown by cir citizens In taking this trip, oipeclally when the In cloment weather was taken Into con sideration. Stoyton is very anxious to got railroad communication and It certainly deserves to succeed In securing tho same. Snlom Is equal ly Interested In tho matter and should do all In Its power In assist ing the former. One of our largest merchants and property owners, Mr. Job. Moyers, whon Invited to take tho trip last Saturday, regrottod very much that ho could not go. Ho stntud howovcr, that for yoarB, he DUNBAR - CASE IS $ fK. powerful nolltirni ... the principal speaker at ." EHglscerlng and v,i.?. Way Association vi. .?! "! PI"rv men whn hnv i ."' H K)WdW cmp,oymWrb ." !" ..,on. fighting -o befer 2,1 ,tlon, and the Pt,Jn1ftva.? M '--Ii.. .. . -u nt,, The hearing of, the-fcaso. against P. y: &" ""-'; 'rts" t places ani, - 1 VJIIll K lirPIIIMA i ii - ' I. Dunbar, ex-secretary of Btate, .. . J -"" mat the ort tn nvor 1 Art Ortd nlloi?P,l in hvn lM a Pol tioal m.l. been illegally appropriated, came to J " Jo e)J a ciobo mis morning wun cno placing . ., ,. .,,""" ttk of fiunbar on tho stand. " 'ho df ' "nitaJt .... a move, ho holi m, .. v Dunbnr practically admitted on t , nitlH.rt , " us ,ne aojtl tho witness stand that ho had re W1 lU0 Prcnt tit coLved $2C.80 in fees "for tho flllne ... . .. i '..1 - a- .t ,.i1,Hau "K SAGA W ALSO thV' and Issuing of insurance documents. A hot wrangle took place between Clyde Fulton McNnry and Counsel the caoo about tg bo ideflnltely con- arid DiBtrlct Attdrn;:7nn;.0,rk; Mah II, lounse, McMahan, ttlid TLul'0 !- Tluire. I'etHloiw Filed I lllifl oncourngod tho Idea and plan of B. F. Mnlkey, of Jackson county, nnniuinUnir thin cltv with Rtnvton bv for district nttornoy. Ed. Racklorr, of Coob nnd Curry, for raprosonta tlvo f Statement No. 1) and L. A. McNnry, of Portland, for circuit Judge, filed petitions for nomination today. All aro Republicans. Citv Naws , good nhlrta for n Binall our north window; 1.25 7C conts. The Toggery. price, boo shirts for Elkx, Attention Big Initiation tonight, doing. Don't miss It. Something Wwlhv-. Fiilr toHlht rt toHlglit. anil Friday, light lloiueopalliliit vi. u. u.. Aiunnn, wiuco ami resl denco 200 Liberty street, Salcin. , 3-Biim A KotUI Dhhco Will bo glvon at W. h, Wado's hall on Saturday evening, 'March 21. .Kverybody Invltod. 'J-10-3t Try Writing to Mp And eco If I cannot nuvo you monoy on any stacks you want to buy, I O. box 19, Portland, Oro 3-4-1 m To HhIIiI llrldM,vZ Tho Portland Hallway, Light & Jowor Company ytwtorday u warded thi contraot for tho biilKHng of the lirldgo aoroKs tho North Mill creek ou North Commercial Btreet to 0. F. Ho)al Co., of this city. ThU brldgo U to bo 44 feet long, and In to bo rotistructod under thy Howo iruis bridge plan, and will parallel tho conoroto bridge of tho dty. Tho work will begin as oon an ho pile driver, whloh U now In Portland, la brought to this city. Then In fff In It , If ym'i can rldo tho donkey, detto tonight. Will HnvoSnlein Special RocognUIng tho Importance of Snlom ns a newspaper market, and J'-intlflcd by tho largo circulation of tho Portland Journal, Editor Jack- kuii wttB in town louny to install n rail. Nearly all of that trade, Bald ho, Ib now going overywhoro but horo. Yet if we had rail connection wo would be nblo to socuro the moit of this aa woll as that of tho rich farming and Tumborlng country lo cated east of It. The bufllnoss and property Interests of Salem could easily afford to ralso a bonus of $10, 000 toward building or interesting somo ono to build this rond. It would bo tho best Investment our pcop'o could mnko, said Mr. Moyirs and ho hoped tho opportunity would not bo mlBsod. "I sincerely hopo our trip will bo a koou Binrior lowaru a movemoni ,de Castollane, arrived here i tviLii. nur i ii rno .iii.t tlnucd. when Fulton agreed to admit .: .. . . l""urcn for Dunbar took 40 per cent of all llfo B " " .1 '"mi y' WPM hi Insurance foes. Tho state rested it3 nn -,i , "rnameap; caso without argument, nnd Fulton ,er B' r llst M "Xn followed, stating that they had no, Prnco Do wunt'Bs io pui on ino swum or i"n-A. t,0 i,,i , V1 er evidence 'to Introduce, and, rttoto'J?n??h . the (lung of a stipulation that tno legislative committees had exported auoui a vev f. When vnn noaA n ...... Dunbar's books while In office, BUb- nCed one that will car. W IlllLi.ja LIIU1I UilU UIOV. VILliUtlL ttlUU ITAmn'n Tlnljm .t 1 jv...... a uujBuiu me hpf , 'Wlf, mlttoJ their caso also, without nrgu mont. Judge Galloway, after receiv ing n transcript of the testimony and receiving tho report of a commlB Ion to bo appointed to examine tho Bee- rotary of state's books to find total of fees taken, will render his de cision, whon, without question, the caso will bo appealed to tlu supreme court. will do It. 25 cents. AM druggists m!I i ft- special nowa Borvlco from this city . bringing Salem and Stnyton closer Ho will put on a hlgh-c'nBs loaBcd togrthor. Mr. Jos. Albort, R. K. wlro and about a pago of Capital .Page and Secretary Hofor mado rlng- Glty nowa dally. Vau-' UO0O Itoynl Aim Trw For ualo, 3tf to 6 foot, at 20 cents Enqulro of 8. P. Kimball, Np. 2 Gray block, Salem, Or. 3-17-tf All Money Refunded If you can hold you own IB minutes without cracking a Biullo whllo tho prenent pictures aro on. Ghnngo 8atmrday night. Yau-detto. Aci QHlckly v !Iou (or aje for ?300. Enquire immldltig Logglnz Cq. d For Iteprenentallvt? Tho nnnouncQninnt of O. L. Hatte berg of Sllvorton that ho will bo n candidate for roproscntntlvo will bo vi' ry grtUlfying to tho farming ulo menu and buBlnoM men generally. Mr. Hatteberg Is a Scandinavian Amarloan oltUou who owub two farnu In tho county, hna a renldenoo at Sllvorton, and U Intorostod In tho Pooplo'a bank at that place. Ho will make a careful, conservative member of tho legUlaturo at whooo hands thu taxpayers luterosu will not wiffer. Ho Ik not after little graft himself ami wt) not anotlon tho largar wo ohm. H Ib a Statemont No. 1 man, it Mttt ClUfcC Out our line ot 11.2$ hrts; therefore offur you one of tho most nnd a man ot honor and prlnolple. complete Knot of nhlrta In Salum, tor 71 cent th shirt. Tho Toggory. f .fl for t! cents- It you aro a good traJer, or Vant & Co atyWMW H IIWIIHIIII III J 1 I I I Tho HeM Man in Salem To net a diamond Is A. B. Gardner. For 29 jar with S. W. Thompson Stand In Haas drug atoro. $ftrt& i Surpassing Beauty Makoa thU Oxford apart from tho common lot. Its outline are t'trinly graceful. It la obaruc trlid by style that win win c wull'dworvtst favor In auy wa ui&n'e yc, A shoo that can bo worm with, eonftdeuco tn Its abso lute eartieJ. Jut one ot tho many popular ttytoa ot LEADING LADY SHOES Cut(Pm-Mal by O, P, Fonl Slioo Co, Tke trade mark KUutlttat thlr worth. They aro euoe that wear HK and weU-KsomfQriabI from the flrnt aad styllah to tho fUiUa. We have taw la tan, paUat kid and gun awtal. AUo tho . l ftMltk ko, A vury trlw aud aumrt ahoo Ushty roanaJab. lu ft0Ct MoV tan, paUat, colt and rur wolal Oxford, all altw, al iwldtha. Awo Voy' and mln.' oxford. SALEM SHOE STORE KKPAIKINQ A WVOXLTY, , w. rre T. MtpfetUorpa MRION COUNTY JURY LIST. Tho following wofo drawn today by tho county clerk for 4ho oprll term: William Brown, Salem No. 3, morohnuu P. L, Kennedy, Woodtairn, fnrmor. J. W. Gnmblo, Salem No'. 4, car penter. J. M. Wltxo', Turner, fnrmor. G, W. Wlthorlto, JofforBon. farm er. J. F, 8kort, Monitor, morchant. ueorgo urown, Aumsvlllo, fnrm- or. K. O. Mlntou, Salem No. 5, sales man. M. II. Koitor, Hubbard, farmer. J. II. BroyloB, Salem No. 2, farm er. Jucoh Stalgor, Sublimity, farmor. Otis Myers, Stnyton, fawner. J. II. Simmons. Monitor, farmer. Jnmoa Forblir, Woodburu, farmer. O. H. Cannon, Liberty, farmer. Joaeph Klrsoh. Mt. Angel, farmer. Tim Hloka, Woodburn, nursery man. F. D. Knight. South- Sllvarten, farmer. A. Frailer. Silver Falk farmtr. J. N. MoKay, 8t. Paul, farmer. John Mlnger. Bast Salem, farmor. a F. iiain, Aumirllle. farmen Samuel M. Crow. Bast Salgm, farm .er. George a Slm8, Mehama, farmer f W. J. Habberly. South Sllverton, inrmor. U. W. Ilolman, Salem NcT. 2. alerk H. H. Page. Snlem No. ?, utt&nd. ant. Oliver Jory. Salem No. 7, meohau. Ic, !ng booster nddrcsscs and fully doiu-an-truted that Salem was only, too willing tp do Its shnro toward butkl Ing up Stnyton nnd all of Marlon county." Ralom Shows Spirit. t Asked to Btat his ImpresslonB nft or a week's trip through wostorn Oregon. Mr. Rlohardson said lu lait nlght't Tolegrnm: "There la determination an tho part of ovary community to got, bet tor transportation factlltlOB. You oan fool tho spirit of additional trol ley linos In the air tho atmosphere vibratos with prograse. 'Down at Stayton, which has no railroad, I found a string of factor tea along ono of the host water pow ers In tho state, devolopod on tho Snntlnm river. Thy mnko furniture, oxcelslor, woolen fabrics, flour and lumber. While the meeting was hold there during one of tho worst rains of tho winter. 12 prominent business men from Salem drove 20 miles over land to attend tho gathering. If there la any better proof that Salem Is wide awake and standing right out tn the mldd' of the road to at tract attention, I'd like to know whore you will And lt.H MARRIHD BOOTH IVBRSON At the mlAh tor'B residence, Snlom, Oregon. March 18, 1908, by Rev. P. S. Knight, Mr. John H. Booth to Miss Mllllo C. Ivonon, both of SIlv?r ton. Tho young peoplo will roside on a farm two miles north of Sllverton. - - - o -' Personal Mention Miss, GorttMdo Gray, of Scattto, Ib In this city visiting Mrs. John H. Mc Nnry, and will probably remain hero for soma months. o 8KNATOII LA FOLLBTTK CONTINUES HIS 8PKKCH, (United Press Leased Wlro.) Washington, March 19. When Scnntor LaFoltotto resumed his speech attacking tho Aldrlch bill to day ho pxesonted ovldonco which ho contended proved conclusively that tho centralized poworg of Wall street "tho Intorcsts," Including tho bends of industrial, banking and transpor tation trusts, had deliberately plan nod tho recent panic jarid sought to wrock tho prosperity "of the country. Tho sonntor road a copy of a lot tor which ho stated was from tho president of the Washington Life In surance Company, and nddrosicd to E. A. Whlttler, its Newark, N. J., manager, under dato of June, 1907, directing him to cut his bank bal ance, and send tho money direct to New York. La Follctte declared that this was only one of ihe many methods re sorted to by tho "high financiers" In their efforts to produce a money stringency. ," B)ietf I STARR PIANI high ciass noons GEO. C. Will ev uewK9ei Norwich Union Fire Insurance So Frank Meredith, Rcldfnt Ac Ofllce with Wm Brown 4 Ca 2P MM Commercial nfrort MONEY TO LI TH03.K.1 Ovor Ladd & Bu-h's Dank, Sale BBeeeeaaaaM I NEW TODA m eeemeweteeemmei WnutiHl A position ai ttenot by young lady In a bank or i Has worked in a bank ht . years, and can furnlih the I references. Address P 0. 2 71, Salem, Or. MM For. Sale Largo body a4 grado second growth tt. 1417 or 1283. Downlig M-i For Sale Sovcral houwa la nnd farm 'and at atari. Ital National Bank. t-U For Salt My modern 1 homo at tho aoutheat cor Onk and Winter atreeti. Tn tlculnra write rne or call oJ II. A'bort at Capital Bank. F. A WIcclDl. To Wash. MH Ymii(ih1 Illrod clrl at MI' street. Telcpbono Mala Hill J-IH IIuMtllhs Men Wanted- DUt flomnlM nnd ClrcuIarM Ni vasslng. Globe Adr tDlrti Ohlpnco. S-1W Woodcutters Wanted Call 1 Henderson, Chernawa. Farmers' 311 WKNGKR Ai CHHRIUNGTON CONl'KRTS ARK SUCCUSS Tho musical concert given last night at the NYRgr & Cherrlngton music atom on Commercial street. wag greatly appreciated by a lnrg ocowd that oxUnded out Into tho atretit. The house was packed, and aa mnny more stood outaldo that could not get lu. The program was varied, and each number pleased tha proeoat. One of the foatures was the prusoutHtlon of a carnation to sac.h ladv whn ntimlM.1 ThMn ArnliU f .... i mi I. . ..,... Vw,,,V(, ouvviau, mer iron uuuleal conoeru are a groat ln tj 4 JnoxitloH. and arc eduoatlng the peo- Ohaa. R. Rlohe. tulhvertqn, p!i to domand more muIo aud better lariHOr. Inmnliant laUmmant. rri. nKl tors wish to txpreea thotr gratitude to all who contributed to make the CQUoort such a SHccess. WANTS RAILROAD rEN TO ORGANIZE. (UnMPd Proa Leased Wire.) Chicago, March 19. To ehee'e the wave of anti-cornoration senti- iont. J. H C'nrk. gJneral counaol of , the Nick e Pljt" rnjroad, today Wnuteil Por'"n wrgd Hie organization of tho ral'-j barber Wr.v road employe of the country Into a Salem. Or mmmtmmmmHmtmmtmmmmml WnutHl An honcft eoergU P man to drive de'lvcry work In grory store with rfifor.no II II nSa Court street fo G HH Nw CoriHimtion. .The R. & AI. Sanitary Lunch, CnmnailV! nrlnrln.il nm. Dah...i J0rKR; capital atook. $030; IncQr poratoro. J. A. Read. Win. M. Me4 Kr and tt. Mtagor. IVulHuki IniprovomeHt Qonutany; prJcJpal offioe. iMrtlaad, Orwsou; capital stock. 1160.000; luoorpora tor, H. W. Well. J. n. Ubr and R, Ohllcott. 1 Ashland I1k x lk Be,vo IohI and Proteve Ordr ot Hlkj principal omwf, Aaht&ad. Qfogea; In. .rporator C. II. OaHPeilap K. A. SJ'KCIAL 1LVTKS TO wooimuRN iiersi: fair. To be hald at Woodburn, Maroh 2S, For tho abovo ooeasion, a rate of one aud one-third on the certifi cate plan la authorised to Woodburn and return, via S, P Co. WM M'MURRAY. Geaeral Pa'afon'ger Agent. BICYCLE -AND- K1U.H, Attoutlon Big ialtlatlon teaight SocneJJbtag REPAIR ne m FRANK J. I0ORE & MST WOtK AT HONEST PRICES jsaerwiu ad O. H. Vaupl, dolg. Doa't mIm it.