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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1008.
J. L. STOCKTON The Old White Corner A man Who had surplus tjnsh in tho bank but "bought goods on credit Just for convenience sake," tried tho Ladies' Hose k aid 15c pair nree hundred dozen fast black NUon boso in quauuua umv ... fMr aa well as the- 2Gc kinds. few Parasols For ladles and children. 25c to' $5 ' Wlilto embroider ed, colorod prints and hom-stltched, nlnln taffetas and pjagecs fancy printed and ruffled, ity pjaln colors for . tho Uttlo OEM. tc Umbrella's Udlcs' 26'lnch umbrellas with pit-nt tip cup nmnors, regular $1 SS vain s, Kjicclal 08c . Great Sales for Horse Show Day SALEM, APRIL 4. Next Saturday will bo horso show day, and ns a special inducement to got tho out-of-town people to como to Salem on that day, wo will conduct Bpeclal sales In various departments of our store. 1 JsJK ' N 0 4 Dress Goods Reduced Our entire stock of high-grade dross goods of tho very newest for olgn and domestic weaves will bo on salo for that day. ,, Toweling Reduced Extra quality of bleached and unbleached crash for roller and hand towolB 50 plbces.nt i prlco that will entlco purchasers Into lay ing In a big supply. Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Jackets Every Garment Reduced Next Sntitnlny, horse show dny, wo will offer ho best stock of suits over shown In Salem at very liberal reductions. Hlgh-gnido Altmnn voiles, made up In suits nnd Bkirts, panamas, serges and novelties, stylod for tho most critical ludlou of faihlon, priced at a saving of $1.00 to $10.00 on each. vfcv mJ. ) jtj-4, sf. r tta&s '. New Wash Goods Beautiful patterns in dainty faU rics, also ginghams, lawns, etc. 6c to 50c yd. Tho showing comprises Antrim Lawns, Burmah Challle, Homona Carnatle and Alclno Batiste, Dottod Swiss barred and plaids, SolesettU, Cotton Voiles, Zephyr gihgHams, Toile-du-Nord ging hams, SwlB8 Plumatls, Cobwob checks, Persian Organdies, Pols do Sole, Swiss Applique, SwIbs Strlpo Challle, Marcollo Pongee, Silk Chiffon, Eames Plaid, Lu cerne" Tissue, Tokio Silks. Silk Mlgnomee, ToUlon Silk, etc. BETTER FABRICS Such ns Rajah Silks, Silk Organ dle, Tussalah Silks, etc. New Oxfords Tan, Black, Whlto and fancy pnttorns all tho now lasts for this eason's style folks. Knowing How To Dress Well Is more essential than knowing how to talk well. People are more ready to believe what they see than what they hear. Senior Smart College Clothes Connot be equalled in fastidious fashioning outside the swell city shops, but they sell at half city prices. In no other cloth ing can you find such happy mingling of high quality and low cost. Some object lessons will be given Horse Show Day when we offer all our new Blue Serges and hair line stripe' Blacks, also Brown, Gray and Black Serges, at sale prices for one day. "Just for hick." Ho boou discovered that hard cash was a much better buyer than oven his high financial rating. Ho is now n steady customer of Becauso to get tho best results from cash buying ho found it noc-ea-iary to trade at a spot cash store, whoro ho doesn't liavo to pay his noighbor'8 debts. , t , Ilavo you seen our now linos of tho popular Colored Dress Linens Thcy'ro great sellers this spring, especially in tho light bluo Bhndes, of which wo now show a complete assortment. Wo luivo just rccolvcd another shlpmonfc of thoso North Star Hose This Is tho host wonrlng lino of hoslory for men, women nnd chil dren ever shown In Salem, Ask to boo tho Linen Knee Hose for Boys at 25 cents Its making friends for our hoslory department. Wo undersoil "Rogular Stores" on ovorythlng for, tho wholo family LITTLE POLITICAL CH WILL NOT ADMIT DEGENERACY lew Law Permits Severance of the Mamage Fit and Free Unions 'I td Pr-s, T..M.1 mtra S'8n ll .111 TtiA TOn..U r"v " rned down a $20,000 tU ' the Will nt Mlaj If . vv, .. . " " "" i " " "rk woman of L 'Wlltaa uhn anfifltfin.l - ffiOr no... ,,. .. . .., U. . " "" MWVOIVU iid ii ,r w .. f . "' IM ftUUlBH oi L '""" m asslgned by the aoad- '' M Is thlt .!.. . lttoa .,. , ,. ' Ewt ' the ex:8Un f 3e aud eondafon of do- flr ;h IaRo iws. " nia l.ao , ... ..... Ki ,, ' -r ui inn law M n Iara- a ' T . If elthor nr)V ... . '- Ih.u "T" VHurs apart, tho Frenoh prosB today gener ally gees the ond of marrlaga as un IndlBsolable tie. - Suoh papers as have previously favood freer relations between tho B9xea spoak of th law as all that could hnvo been asked. Thoio which lmvo voiced alarm at the growth of the "dlvorco o.vIl" say tho limit has at last been reached, that tho sever ance of the marrlago tie is frankly gran'tod upon domand of either hus band or wifo and that "free union'' has almost If not quite come. Under tho new statute a separation Is granted for more incompatablllty ot temperament, though It bo Bought by but one party and only three years Is necossary to mako the do- life oreo final. day The final destination ot Ad miral Hvaus' Ungshlp Is not known hore. XHW Ol'KICHRS OV BOARD OK TltAUlt UT GLn pivn SOUTH AMRHICA rTTr.k v. a W,re "maf7. Ju -According i- Jsd . - ""b engineer a'r;l. America. 'irUn "a ,R w'om ., "u,c no white tni out by the lazy natives. The natlvos used the old pan mothods of the Argonatus of '49, but oven 1 nthls unskilful way It Is possible to make good money. "As soon as It is possible to get tho right kind of machinery on the ground Colombia will become a secy ond California." Tho perHonnsl of he ofllcera of tho board of trade for the ensuing your woro docldod upon by the nom inating commltieo of that body Sat urday night, with the rosult, that J. II. Albort will succoed V. G. Dockobnch, as presldout, nnd II. H. OJIngor and H. W. Mayors will sue- Good Augiut Huokostajn and Hnl D. Pntton, respectively, In tho board of directors. Tho officers of the board of trade, who will be without doubt elocted for tho ensuing year at the annual mooting, April Sth, according to tho report of tho nominating committee, consisting qf Geo. F. Rodgors, I'sul B. Wnllaoe, W. I. Stanley, Q. L. McN'ary and E. T. Barnes: Prosidont, J. H Albort, vlco prosidont. ,0 L. MoXary; eoro- tnry, J?, Uofer; treasurer, D. J. Jry: directors P. V. Powers, J. M. llawronco, F. N. Derby, II. II. Ollng. or and II. W. Meyeji. SIDIJ ItHFLKCTIUNS ! Statomont No. I Is gotting n tldul wave movomont on nt Portland. Tho CIncknmas Itopubllcnn candi dates are all getting off tholr quali fied statements and gotting onto Statomont No. 1. Tho Marlon county Statomont No. 1 candidates mot nt Woodburu Sat urday and have organized tholr campaign of tho county. Falling to porwindo Sam Ilughos to pull off tho loglHlatlvo ticket of thonntl-Stntomont No. 1 cnndldaton, Notlco to Improve a Portion of High filroet. Notlco Is hereby given thnt n't the tho "n"Kori hnvo now dooldod that nifetiiiK of tho Common Council of w,Uan S"rl. "" ""or at tho the Ql or SRlem. Oregon, hold !;ofon" l8C,,0t0r, 'm,8t Kftt n- Thoy Mrotf 16, 1908. a resolution was "f '? t,,ftt II,"Kh8 0l,,a ,,0,', somo adoptttl to improve High street bo-" tho organized labor vote, while aiuivrui nun a jiurwuuii ut uiu reiui 111 tween the north lino of Stnto stroot and tli soutlj'llne of Court, street, In the following manner.; First: By grndlng- the roadway fohool and Iiiih no strqiigth among tho farmers wit hwhom ho Is nom inally clnsaed. Slmoral has not yet' NMW YOHIC POUCH HMULTi ANAllCIIIRTS I lunucu press Lcasod Wlro.) Now York, March 30. Bvldonco toudiug to show 'that tho bomb net of Sellg Sllvorstoln wnu not wholly an Impromptu affair but was part of a eurofully arranged plot came to tho hands of the polloo today nnd effi.rtH are being mado to Boouro the nrroRt of an accomplice Hiipposod to bo In one of tho Paolllo coast clllotf. IiiHtnictlouH hnvo boon sout to tho police of Can Francisco, Los Ango Ion, Portlnud and Seattle to bo on tho lookout for tho man wnnted, Efforts nro also bolng mado to run down tracoH of tho plot in Denver nnd Chicago Oj&.JSII'OH.X.A.. Bm tlit ?lb' Kind Yfiu H3 Ah3rt Baafcfct 'Wrfr , ' Vnetratod watil re. baw4mJrVe,ed 1600 u ... '-back. thMy.h - Ui.. Wd save v.v tJ urlor"" Wl -r v i n a lain baa . caD, which I. at Point'Loma from Magdalena bay, 1ier T ?'" 8ay the.the aagsbip Connecticut yas ached- kii.v J ua a can of uled to sail from here today ana is Bi K. .... . . ... . Now York Stocks, (United "Proes Leased Wire.) Now York, March 30. Tho stock markot was Boft during tho .entire dny. Amalgamated eoppor ulosod at 00. Sugar Common dropped V nt 124: United States Steel lost half for iho common but closed un changed foi; tho preferred. Ato)ilson continual doproasod up to the cloae and lost 1V& but Canadian Paelfle was firm. Missouri Paoific closed lower nt 1V4 after opening at 42. "" " '"n.,.iiii.. i...4 i. i ... .i.... i. of Held street betweon said polnta ""'""" "- wi" "'l ..n ...i.i.i. . i. i. . t. "in tun in tn iiuui uuiu iu vuru iu uiu proper eubgrade, Secend: By paving tho space be tween the mils und ono and one half feot outside of the rails of the Oregan Koloctrlo Railway Company with vltrlflod brick, In accordance with tho plans and specifications fori the pjropoaod improvement of tho street railway track of the Portland I Hallway, Light & Power Company on' State street, the cost of said Im provement to bo nssecsod against tho right of way of the said Orogon' pelectrio Hallway Company. Third: By paving snld roadway,) E&e and oxoept the spaao between j the rails and one and ono-half feet outaldo of tho rails of said railway j track of tho Oregon Elootrlo Railway Company, with Warron'a Blthsullthlc! waterproof pavoment. The cost of. said improvement to be assessed on i the owners of adjacent property, as v. i . IilKprPHrP provided In tl!e chartor of said. city, illicit IDA Dig 3V$KXWj Reinonfatrancs ngalnat the above Inurnvement may bo filed within 0 days from the first publication of this notice. .CUOCER1B5'' ffljjf wiw"i w STARR PIAN I HIGH GLASS GOODS ! GEO. C. WILL iiiiniiiiiiinmiUMH 51 Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Kjrnnk Meredith, Ilonldcnt Agent. Olllco with Win, Brawn & Co., No 29 Commercial stroot. F.VAXS' FLAGSHIP a bwonen jaw i.pavps i;nR xoitTif is not nretty nor pleasant Whether f United Press Leased WIre.l jit's caused by neuralgia, toothaohe San DIoko. March 30. According or accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment to a late wireless dispatch rocelwd will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain, rno great ana euro cure for rheumatism, outs, barns, bruises, scalds any and all aches and pains. By order of Common Council. W. A. MOORBS, Recorder. Date of first publication of this no tie, the 20th day of March, 1908. 3-20-10t Botween Groceries. There la a dif ference in price and another In qual ity Judged by olther stundard it will pay to 4 been washed dueto arrive la this port on Wednes-.Sold by all dealers. IP YOU KNOW. The merits e: the Texas Wonder, you would never suffer from kidney, bladder or rheumatic trouble. $1 bottle, two months' treatment, sold by S. O. 8 ton 3 drug store, or by mall. Testimonials with each bottle. BUY YOUR GROCERIES HERE I Your llrt order will how hat our economies In price have not been effected by sacrifice of quality Our Groceries are above all good groceries. The saving to you Is caused by our close buying and our moderate Ideas of a legitimate profit A. A. Engiebart 12 m4 State MONEY TO LOAN TH08. K. FORD. Over Ladd & BuhIi'h Bank, Salem, Or iNEWTODAYJ For Hale- Largo body nnd best grade uocond-growth fir. Phono 1417 or 1283 Downing & Eoff. 2-8-tf Vor Hule Several houeos In Salem. and farm 'nndu at a bargain. Cap ital National Bank. 0-1-eod For Itrnt FurnUhod rooms for light houBokooplng. Knqulre of L. U. JoHiSO, 371 Court St. 3-30-3t. For Hulv Barred Plymouth Rock ogge, 15 for GOc. W. B. Bunn, 958 S. ICth St. 3-30-3t For Halt Five year old fresh cow. J. N. Schnolder, Turner road, No. 71, Route 6. 3-30-3t . Btrayt-fl or HtoKm A largo black and ourly haired ahepard dog. It will recognizo the name of "Ring." Phono 1181 or call at end of car line on South Commercial etree-t and receive roward from Mrs, M. 8. Jonee. S-303-lw I