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t . DAILY CATlTAIi JQI nut, -r- ''""! - C C 'Bt (( J. b ELbm& F t vc &dr B LarhsV MflMBBs IkKflMBBBMBRBB BMPWfJ' KbibIEL P " ...... p.i. ' , , . if is the intention ui Tto Htrens hen the team by jy gaging some u. .v d , ,. The first sam uuu -- , cemot .,," ;, nnnlntlil on tne i""' "" ji Sunday. jiv '' 1 gB. -is 1 tclUbMiH I jH I iH In 9tt err :;: - .,, . :- : tho nm.ccr.0NB mw tam abk bqcal to h.u.f m . . . lh dfin or s,BI.,KSv.TC50MK.1SANnBCAN nn oo. VALVES JCLV CLKAUIXG SALR. Copyright 1908 by Hart Scrufliwr k Marx $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 (J"'!') AA VALVES J4i)) Jl'LV CLI3AIUXG SALB. $25.00 vac,.k.u.sB $1 8.65 We Recognize No Competition VALCK8 JL'LV CLI5AIMXG SALB. VALVKS -Jl'LV CLKAUIXG SALB. . VALUES JULY CLHAIUXG SALB. VALl'BS JULY CLKAUIXG SALB. . ... $7.50 .... $8a75 .... $9.50 $11.50 $13.50 $16.50 county Juog. ftV 'IS f,..., ,lriilnlrttf'r o( the . " '".;...: M."f,thk1!r. ilceMu, a , " - further liabilities. . i DEMOCRATS (Continued From Page 1.) V marriage-license wnej&f$ a A maiiiuh ..f -ed no, and terdayto J M. Jones, .ageu - Orella Tompson, ngdl '.23 both 01 Salem. , - ' t . i .... . .... .iii . at the Board of Trade rooms tonight. A spcoldl meeting, of the Bun Men's league ha. been called tonlgM to put JIM into' the Stnyton-Salem electric railroad project. lastlcally by both galler'.esiand del gates. 1 Chairman Kern, of the committee that waited upon the resolutions committee, tfiVn reported ' that its sessions were harmonldus and that It would be ready, to report not later than 7 o'clock . Senator T. P. Grady or ew York then moved flint the" convention UiUa n recess until 7 o'clock tonight. Tho galleries yelled "No" but Clayton simply declared the motion cnrrloi and the convention ndjourne'd. Discussion of tho antl-Injunctlo.j plank took but few minuter before It was adopted. Tho New York delegation nornl. nated Norman B Mnck national com mltteemnn and endorsed united rule. Tho Michigan delegation notified fthe MarnchUBettB delegation that they would support Ex-Governor V. L Douglas of the latter state for the mnncrv Bimnlna on Clirerlcs , vlce presidency. But Massachusetts The Salem Mutual Canning com- fntd they wouldn't havo him that nv i,ns about 200 hands at wort ,,e wn8 too popular with Republicans. pan uaa nuu nniitv of 0,i.. nnnlnt of Vlrcln'a. JucIbb novnl Anne la- coming In, as tho pnrkef. of New York, Sdnator New first ones wlrf affected by the late J lnm,g 0( Nevnda and Committee Thomas of Coiorauo, who nrsi pre pared the railroad plan, wore louns , to be Ptrongiy I r uiu uwuuauj and their plank was referred back to them for rc-drnftlng. first' ones rains. GOftd, lJantl Concert, The Salem Military band uudar ..... ...i.Mnn nt u. N. Stoudenmeyer, entered a large and appreciative au fllcnce last night. It was one of tlie best concerts of the geason anu wow who stayed away missed a treat. The boys showed groat improvement and de:erve all the oncourngemuni vm 'can be given. PEIIS'OXAL ll I afeonffii g?frgfci jggsgfefe isij HHMHMHHB ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt 1. . , . I .E ity News K WftHtil ' ' ' I'Hlr IohIkIh u I'rltUy cooler. ' - WhM In iVtivlBwl Vlilt "IlaiU" now reitaurnnt, 330 Waia. St., oppoillo Imperial hotel. t CMfrry I-'iilf Comilltcc k All moBibra. pf tho.Qberry -Fmr MWHtllteo together with nil psrtlei ktffMtd In th folr who are wlll fcg to boojt along are requested to mH t tho Board of Trade rooms pnlfht at. S o'clock. i 1 DcmIaI by XiiInuiij 1 The proprietor Jf the Nubun Aloon wlrhei to dny that the row Turner, Dan Allen, Chester Cox, Vic- Summer In Hi'iv tor Allen, Spencer Hunt and wife And Its time to discard that hot (chaperone). Mrs. Mondell, Port- felt hat. If you can't afford a new Und; Bertha Prim, Jacksonville, straw or Panama, you can get the Bertha Allen and Mildred Tumor old one cleaned by Johnson & Stegt The cano will bo shipped on the to look like new. steamer Saturday night and "tho bunoh" will go by ml'. " wm rwee To get your moan tni noi wenm- er Is at the most sanitary market rtttnuiicKHl 10 AfcUmn Lyrla A. Adams, 32 years of ago, Go to Steui'.ofl's for the best, who lived at 1591 Broadway, wus 321. commltjed to.U10 asylum, this after-j noon. Tho cause of her insanity is, nc An- am iii'uimh des'rlng to go to the popular sum mer resort for all the Willamette valley to travel In the cool of the day and not have to wait at Albany. D, V. James went over yesterday with his son Lowell nnd his family will follow. Mrr. John Watson went over yesterday and her husband wlU follow after a while. P. I?. Case and .las. Heonnn, of tho state -printing office, nave gone w Breltenbush Hot Springs. Jas. Godfroy Arid State Librarian Gllllngham left by team for a fish ing trip In the Sllctz -country. State Printer Dunnlwny will not leave the office. Until his force re turns. .Mia Annie Gloason of the Gnrden Itond Is spendtng-rvew days with her aunt,. Mrs. jjtatouenson. Ml?s O. BalloU.'who has-been vnt Pasadena, Cal., for 'the past montji, n.hnnr h wns called by the dea'jh ....v..vU -. - - .1:1- I lOWH 1UVM1UJ IUI of her father, returned home this nwj h,g glckne,Sf ling, Colo., arrived this week and will make their future home in Sa lem. He wants to buy n homo with about five acres. A. Kloln lias a daughter and a grand-daughter visiting him. Mrs. Geo. BurdickV wife of the cattle buyer, will spend a week with friends nt Canby and Glndptono. Isnac Stolner, tho retired mer chant, who hns been ill for a long time, is reported better nt his homo on the Garden Road. Mr. nnd Mrs. Al W. Fordyce, who gavo tho plrty "Tho CrUls" nt Salpra will go to Newport Saturday with .ins. Linn nnd fntnlly, nnd Inter put Uho play onHn eomo of tho valley cities. Thos. Benton Pntton, tho Repub lican warhorsc of Mncleay, who hat been confined to tho house with sev eral attacks of paralysis, was in inxvn TilPtalnV for tllO firSt tlmC mornlnc j. N. Cothrcn nnd family of Ster- MoNary Is (n To natronlze home Industry and Wild Roso flour Is made In Salem. Try a sack. unknown. McXury l lto'l" DlEtrlct Attorney DsBas today arguing against a tno-lmimm-l Jury tlon for ft new trial In the HeinbrccJ In accordance with the new law murder ease. lpasod at the reeont eloetlou, Judg 1 Burnett will empanel a grand Jiry J nut Monday at tho ot)e4ag of the Chniml Willi Inwmlt) July term. . A warrant was sworn out yuster ' ' ' day by L. B. Illson, ohajglag J. k. ffsirnt AYIrt'lt' smtlnt It Is ItEdimulo that a wlrlot tei esraph station will be lUll&il In Salem !a the near future. H. II. Phone1 VMt fiom MoiImt J I I aa rmnn tti lli'Aa n nn rhA 1 icti uiuuii. t iiy iiivs uuh Jefferion road six miles south of Salem, is enjoying n visit from h's mother. Mrs. Catherln Cronn if Miohlgnn. It Is her first visit In Oregon, she having spent some tlmj with hor daughter at Everett, Wash. Hor son Leo wnnts her to make her permanent home with him. Divorce Suit in which fine Townsond astnulted an ... - UB, u. u, ,,, her ruan with a.rock toak place in p barrens with Insanity. Mia saioon or in iw rrnr ui m ?' MJ lays tho two men had a row About an hour before and he prompt- -' .... 1 wii . ly put them both out of his place. lUvorco nKint hor husband yester- nany wae m town yesterday, ami y then had further trouble in thf y 0 the ,.raun,i of dosertlan. H. ltate(i that after the station vm put ulley. Saloon men pf th city are be- 0vertoB wtlav9 as atterney for the n Rt Portland, a branch station I. ...,..A . ..111. nut nliil .. eowiiiR isuiunv 10 iiiMvitm .mu .-i jijalntlff. j Kacnei A. AisnKin nieu a . " cobb of ta wireieas itiegrapn com husbanii yester-; ,,an. wae n town yestenlay. am Regular -Moitlng The woathly moetla of the W would b lastalled here. AppmlM' D.uby Hotatt J, H. Porter aad T. W. 0atry. ap. Altonu'y.Gniorul In Iildlaw Attornej'-Gen.eral Crawford Is to day. n Laidlaw, Crook eoun'y, to take testimony In the case of the state vs. the Three Sitters Irrigation company, the Columbia Southern Ir rigation company, the Columbia Southern Irrigating company, and V. A. Lald'aw. The attorney.gen ral Is aceompanled by J. H. I.ewN, state engineer, J. K. Kollock, atto--ney for the reetlver of the Columb!. Southern Irrlgat'ag company, and T. W. Miilr of Portland, attorney for the Irrigating company. Dog Collars I S I w it Minor of Eugene come I down to Salem to spend tho Fourth. I He also visited his brother-in-law, C. A. Gwin, who has a fruit ranch at tho Ewnlt place. Ho was dellghtcl with Snlcm and wiys he could live horo nlways but does not throw off on Eugene. Herbert Fnwk of Portland, who has been the guest of Mr. nnd Mm. C. W. Simon for tho pnst week, re turned last evening to his home In Irving, where he will Join his par ents, Mr. and Mr. W. W. Fawk, In a tr'p to tho mountalnB. fryloa to kvi out all dliorderliea, M the clli' council shows a deter mination to enforce the law about eancelllng licenses of such places I; MJrf j0Bnry Hwlety of ike Pint prataor la th etat of Saraa A A but Justice to tho Nusbaum siloon rrtlUytoraB okurch wjll b bW in Darby, have UIM thalr report show 5p correet tho statement mado In thW (hft cfer6h arlort Priliw afteemoM we the estate at vaNed at $!!. )m that the as;auU was eommiu ftia.,M 0.ejMk ted In his place. 1 CnviM llm.trl Show , M " , livnnoit I'ndiT We llond The aslaatrtl sfcow sTe by tha n " kow Tetden pwy ni'uiwi Mrr- ' ti . i, ..1.. ..v.t f tk. teMi' nrtia rtV- aeoTetet an .. v.s " WA ft V"' &&J& v4lhV weteUr IktUtrt. tha prieoa alatag room. Titaday . the other day while on the wa ja( WVOK, mnruvH t wwiinw - - ,mU,. . w. u... . .. Alwtos Or " W. T. Rt5donhas recelVj sam pie of aUieete from Ben Taylor of BUoraJo eovaty, Cal.. for many of th! HlVIPIII TffWISf . " t fnrvw ..wtt vwi www.- mii umI wiik MMUMMtiker a atekt wu iimi bsmsk. aad wne to hie gold mitt which he Is ork- lZ7x b fl uiUeT wiithti m-IMI atiaah m Mi 11. wIImomA by ahott tl people. The j. Ht i abo.t 10 ,oBte c !fSlXJ mXmTSSSR kWMl toed at ! Me tiekt4a wUl he aaad 1 the prlsoMra " to cover th tMn pip,, !n hi. mc. h 1. ,miiiMtf m tbft mu. c n uiw i t wtuvioin. ,'- -' - ly Jail peadlng the aetlMi of the gTB,nd Jury. WE HAVE A SWELL LINE OF COLLARS. LICENSE TAOS PUT ON FREE. MONEY TO LOAN TH09. K. FORD Over Ladrt & Bush's Bank. Salem. 0' Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Frnnk Meredith, Resident Aget. Office with Wra. Brown & Co., Xo 29 Commercial street. at64iJkGJ. TM'J&mfJJlllxffiEtfJ.-Jt NEW TODAY Wnntitd nt Once From $100 tJ 1500, the best of collateral secur ity to offer. Address G 10, Jour nal office. 0-1 !-- WmitiHl Man and wife, without fnmllv, to work on ranch Ad dress "B, C," care Journal office 7-9-lw Bilker ? to A)lm- H. C. Presented Bjuuumi GtHHl Vor Irrtn f la retDoii t mm adte i'iaiaal la v t Joha SahrL who eat here r , thJj, pwper a wlUAd hailaean Maa1 The Women's Relief Corps of 1) of Staytoa catia te coasuit Dr. Qapartweat of Oregon did two er Larea. tha Ttlruicn expert, hat - gyaeetitl act? h the state encamp tee lavetUj.-at'oft Dr. ursoa toll mesit held recently et Portland Thcv htsa he did aet tktak he rould do preentd a beautlfa) silken banner aa thing (or hit. ThU U credUah'e 04 tias; $v0 fj the Department Head to Lareoa. at It pees te shew he Is Quarter of the dread Amy of this net an aaeoaieleaaelo nak whej gtate. aad they also presented a prwvmm itwt vm worn cr iw iiwb eK to puniie scnoo's . . . . 1 evejytMng aad etrybedy. I tJchrdvr lHumir OMtttH Mlnaeeota, wat eommlt Hi the eaie ef AbH SSlw. td l aarliw yeetetde,) atttr charged wtth lejttas Vmta a . The aae w sivea a ow rulnor oa Jnly 4. Kaier ft JDittlie. at- Nsrk aud htHelelM. SJitaaot w tojnws tar the defeadaa filed a d a Waker by trade, aad wee SS year uiurrer te th thaxw Hi the palke M. court this wteralag. tk& djanrity will he araaed at ? VWwOttT. ?t',l'id "uy tm'lwni afternoea, when the llatJ for t:kp Jde J. C. MtUd ha P'ir will be-ML (Ohated u latere arle orefeanl la the Heed RlTer eotautiy, lew tu Club Plvulo . Caaw artuu ef Capital City are fiood ituy N'mwivatH-'r? plaunlag a wcek-ead trip e Albany Proftor 11. N. Ueds4 tor atajiy The tuemhere ef the Saleta Capue r-a AU kuowa WJtdM f Sap club are a Jedly buaeh aad there wit leu aad who has heu a wheel be oae conUaual reand of pleasure teeeher (er the p&at few yeare. ha from the time they set out freie here pureheted a half tattrett la the SIV Satutday slsht jatU they return verte Appeal. lasday ntbt or Maday eaornluf The party wlH couiUt of the hdlew- JI111 TjwTnc 1 th CfetKtr 1st: mtBibets aad their trte&di Kui-' Who tuttonvt his ewttoMeei. Let sell Smith, Cifford Beatoe. itaa hlm'trytt i<y yea Phee 311. XeAVHort. It .wes resorted that this Gutter resBtAioa w, nido hv th HiH Two HouvfK Ladles of the 3 A. R.. another pa- J T WntWAHk wka mili IaK. 'trtrttU ftuTlltlsrv .r ids ltaln. T eiag ft alt and grocery btulaees at.orans Union, but It was by the W. AHmby aad Sale was la the ctty a few dajr this week. He ia batlt a a large JohWag trade la the Wtli amotte mlley la h Mae, aa eats te oajoy the coa&ieatfe ef the uade. Gulng to Xewyort . Sales fro Salem avcag f.rm ten to twenty ticket a day for X-wixni. The two train Jay eaab'e oDle n; Cm and in JatUee to them this correction Is made. Kdvrnrds Gets Ttn . At a meeting of the mas i go -f the local Trl-Clty league teaai lav. evening, the franchise for the re malndeaof'th yar wni leaded h? Harry ,ibj-t tad George, Mever to Dave Edwards, captain of the Cherry ANNOUNCEMENT, That the International Corre spondence Schools of Scranton, Pa., R. G. Hunter, representative, is now located in his new office and display room at No. 134 Lib erty St., between State and Court Sts. The building is occupied jointly by the I. C. S. and . Hyde Bros., Electric Co THE TELEPHONE NUMftER-lS MAIN 4H j t !