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pj wjHBb. m-r.,G'jjirtt,.irajfciif jmna - - -,-4. -j'ti . f - JOURNAL. BAtPli flREGON, MONDAY, JULY SO. 8 . DAILY. CAT1TAL . R J, u '0 0 J immt r Z yZF't dPt I & Csn 5?C ifP j r. "x '. ii-; -r m- .1 . a jp ? Ara . . r Tf skfm ML m mSBAXJ WA i Mi m Viitaai IBg'X k M 6 Ijfl " fSUk iLfiyJuJLrirvVflPo HT -m SL .BVRw - " . .B. "" ""JO- I k nnw nparine an end. There are hundreds of unadvertised items in this sale at IZSSsryMng summery is in the whirl. Every department is affected We want the room for advance fall lines now arriving. We will have Hie room by cu Sng prices so low that they will go at a fively .rate. If you want summeVy goods they are here at a saving from one-fourth to. one half. Come early. The stock will disappear as if by magic. Don t delay and thus be sorry. .&& i&i u m: -M ' -gc -J "at'S""1 " !m " '""'" aft Stylish Summer Suits Evcv ordlnory SulU would- bv cheap at tlieio price, but those 0 snrmontg nro way abovo the ordinary, In style and workmanship nnd ro thorcforo all the moro Irrfslftlblo. KiiKai, Batiste, laurne, Linens, Etc. less 1-3 and 1-5 HIJADY.TO.WIUH HKfTTIO.V. It , ft" ' Dimities White ground with imall dainty flgurc, a pleoos, lfta?d'20e vlun ' Rwltiocd to..... .'....lZYtC PI1 fVl fata j MilniilnH. If A.ilinl tt rl. I .- r u s tot V ' 1 ' Keducjd to..... .irah' v W.V. . .'; lOJ (FOMlird, 2CcValuoi - f . a aa. ; ' VACATION COMPORTS For next Wednesday .n line of comfortg, In dnrk and medium col on!, suitable for the coast or mountains. None sold until S:30. nomomhor Wednesday Only, as Wednesday Is always special bargain day at this tore.' No Telphone Ordets Received. 95c Vv?k ,? u RtuUCeu tO. . . . 4 , , . ; . , . ..t . tt Yi. .i . iiiinHjiigiytiji ' Xi0 Pols, Do Urllllnnt, 25c valuei 4 Reduced, to,..: , i f. Jllk Orgnmllti, 3Cc value m .: ioc Reducel to. ,, . ,.,f1 . ,t ........... .10 13 piece, 10c villuei- flfU Reduced to. . ... , . ,. t ; . . . , .-.-,; ' , , , , Q' fJfafeJk k ilii M I M MM J " Mfc 1 WASH DUCK md WASH SKIRTS Our entire lino of this Sum mer's cool and comfortable hot weather skirts at unhoard of low prices. $1.25 valuet, reduced to,... Die J1.&0 values, reduced to. ,?l.l; $2.00 values, reduced to...$l.no $.50 values, reduced to. . . .J?1.H7 $2.75 values, reduced to ...$2.07 $3.00 values, reduced to...f?iMM Etc., Etc. SHIRTS and TIES Men's Four-ln-Hnnds. 75c values -.inc $1.00 value jn.ic $1.60 and $2.00 values 05 r Wo havo a complete lino of men'H silk ombroidered mohair shirt usually sold for July Clearing, Special $3.00, $1.50 Men's High Grade Tailored Suits, modeled by master tailors, of this soaion's newost. fabrics. $10.00 value's- X. July Clearings $ 7.30 $12.50 values July Clearings S.75 $15.00 values July Clearings 0.50 $1S.00 values ' July Clearings 11.50 $20.00 values July Clearings 13.50 $22.60 values July Clearings 16.50 $26.00 values July Clearing ...1S.G5 In this asortmnt of men' suite all s!zs ar rpre.entd. MfeX'S CLOTHING SUCTION (NHW ANMiX.) Men's Hats in tbt aver aopnlnr telecopy styles In blncke, browns tnne, greens and pearls. 2.00 valttfs- July Clwrlngl.,. . $3.00 values July Clearing! ' ! . . ' 11 I 'Whu&i: ' ii. . r , . ... , . $4.00 values ' " July Clearingi This season's newest weaves and stylos 1.45 2.10 2.05 STRAW HATS $3.50 values $2.00 $3.00 value -Sln $2.50 values Sl.no $2.00 values $1.2rt Boys' Telet ropes In blacks. grays, reduced OneThlrd and One-Fourth. BOY'S WEARINGS Boys' straight knee pants at HALF PItlCK. We hove selected at random a lino of Boys' Suit? Including 4 few styles of Boys' Russlnn blouse Suits, ogos 3 to 6 yenrs, at a saving of 33 1-3 per cent. $4.50 values 9.0 $3.00 values $2.00 Hoy's Department New Annex. ftf& City News tllt flltl Vrv TtrAfiitl(il liv ih tnct-ltv ai.t u .1..... .1... . . .. -"- --"IT " - ' rj ltv vvata- I J CIIHI IA11 lltm II I llf RITHHI WTIIIItir rnden, and Mrs Robinson sang thejl-ii' the merry makers right and left. wfl 1 unni.in ft... .1m.. ... ..... .. i..- .. .. ...... niiwmi rviiht '"? 11IIIJ l.UW in a very touching manner. a l'HHSONAI. H'tli lrotwbly 1iout (onlujit or TmAiyi not hi wnnn TufUy, Tin) Wfttt mark rvclul by tli,- nwr. enry it thirty f,. Hcinil Klutt J Vt tint tvrOMl hot day, for tli tMYHioiin'tiv rt'8lt-rt'd only ttil di. Ti-r ut IU IiIkIicM point. MiiiImcIi Not Guilty Tl... l-.v v. .n t tt.M ttlatti vs. Martin Llnibntl), uliMged wltn nult and tmttory, roturswl a ver dict of not guilty Saturduy attar Jjoan. Llmlmoh was oosvlctwl In the'pollctt court at SUvorton, and thu eaiti wt apiwaleU. Thoman llrown tMidct4 thts tns for Umbach, and vnlxw Wtaelow aoartl for tb itnte. jTlif StVt vmx To k( your mau tkoa ot days lint HtfitlftlafT llffu uiiltjxu .iatf... Their HUnUn. MO kt l, tk WOithtliio Uunpt Cwneort iu1tnrv eoutlltloM hJ wm. . ji Mfit what iu ordir V$fy ?IU he only the tre.hti and W(M vlioie lome I'hiMit 3S1. , "Wild !.. ouiw- l rWlabte, It W alwag tk oms. ud can be dtWMlo4 yW Try a ark and putrottiar bom iMoMr) . No M4ttiw Wbut kind ot wnatW J. M, Uwr. nce always kas tke m tbt gro- fry uuo, I'liqn JU. Tho ftiBl fr4t, t Q4p-i J.uca er (. aied kit lai In 8ouU 8lw ytwttMv MWt)oor In r ihox Lnwtvv mawier, they Un Httdt tj uiwnlitn o uv tfabootx, Aitlitod ly Rev, ilrroit nd lleiktutH m iht k&. om.1 x.. conduetd by tbt i soWfff i lhJ srin- v. naiK-oek dwu p the pkt life t ctaln Uon tu " 1 hot wpN. A&d hU kliMl ondofoitfft u ik uirftiwiot rtJaMr am (.'.j f m,,. cuitHi tMiy. Rt HrrtMt hJ Rav. Til ShIom MlllUry DMd vm play at 4be rifle thoetlttE: kM at the rltlo rangt thfe ottBlog. Tki wem kdr rf tU band will 1mv on a kutfefh at tko foot of Stat uoet at t o'clock aad will clt a eaucMt tt aoot 7.10. (Iwinl Judy liiK'tion Tk grand Jury vttfu tke tj. Unitary ikh tMmlHg. Str4y tk Wkr iRSMOUd tke mrm u tko Mor fRjmt. TkiAv itiAdA w.. M. Prt Hd adjurl ihjdi; aitr 'noow today. Mis. Frenke was not nblp tn cot nut of the man's way and ho ran over her. The elder woman this mom lug is U n very serious condition. !Mr lu-K'i'tor Ht'ro Ubor Inspector W. B. Cbasee of Albany came to tho city this mora lng. On account of the rush of busi ness In the oJce or tk labor com missioner, Mr. Chane win tako charge of tkoiwspecUou work hore." GtHvdidl Coiinc to &ilm JdE Joka (kKMlel!, United States rol;!oMr at Kalk. Alaska. U Ju 4k city wttk kk wlf an.l iv. l.nHa and tkey lattad to wake Salem thojr lllAWA fAW muaa .1. 1.. J . .. ... ,v Nn,v liiwv. JUQBv ViOOUOIl, wko Is a krotkor-la-ntw at sai.w of State HtiwoM aad of W. H. Por kla. came karo for tk beaeflt of too kaajik At mm tf kit m. It. S. Clapp of Graut, Un'on coun ty, has been In the cltv seeing old friends, Ho was formerly a motor man nt Salem, but Is now firing on the O. R. & N road, which jiays bat ter but is a great deal hotter Job. Mrs. E. Hofur. MIm MeKlnnle Rnd Mlfs Florence have gone to New- Iport for the bu miner, where thty have a cottage on the bay. f W. F. Huckner, tke South Salem lfeed man, wns a busineas visitor to , Portland this morning on the else I trio. Fraak Swayae, of tke EdlwmU theater, took tke eltotric for Port- la ad today. UuiikIi ArretiHl No chip h rt vtM viacod ucmiut Jorr. Yat. Dm aMH wko was arrtad durlatr tk Mkxdt Qra Satarday Jcht for kaotiiNg do .mi. rrvKo, aa 9Jti lady yko Uvea w Watw tt ketwa Coart aad Staie. Ataardiatr t t?sit mu. Yte was kalf druak 84M wa ta). U eoatotu trow on of ?h girls wko wi solttag It. T',v .(rt r qaeetod klta -to deaiM. bt t9. iwi-m a IBB rallAd .. . . .... .. Ltf lWLMUIt CASK IS TO UK AlriL!4KI OwiumI for IHUtvor la Uw slt tor 4awa asalt ta iimii.u.1 QaraJ Hloatrle aav HAtw i. MA cown of tkotr latOMtloa to uk- an apaa from tko aoauii graatd by Judge Buraou aa4 tk cu . P. to tke uprtae eoari. toe ffintrtrtrv ik. L..1.1 .. 1. ..!.... .. . ;.. "vu isit ratmn tu fmey, ifcr kr)ll ,,tf vtiv peorafd by -kv xoteraat aad taantier ; - -.-- .w iain t sleaj anchor haadfui f-,. . - . w v. - "Kl ' who had voloateorrd Tir wirtf m to Secular ioiiir Ili.,-i.. . .v . . "' oy APWe Grow ik.. . --Tv-v 'FU'wdnwivTOw iu (Hti vaunr ut.iv ,.,...,.,. i .....--. W' B.. .....k - w'--a TV . LI ..fc.VV. . K a , 00 lounoaens. tke ev.r- !y looked the boow man daw 7- . T Jrm .iaD' V!l : "r W, - -,. .0 , ,.,, .', - -I;--w-jw At a MtaMteg r tkr WWaaiotte VWy A mile OtwK' u.i.ub kl Saturday la b uoarJ of Trade r . n wW aoetiioA a to oater tke atark acUvob tkte wr -n.. anaatM a) fair was atoo toaed wttl 18M. Tkt Htot ImnorUet attJoa ot tke apple grcwers WM ,ktlr dooktoa tc tt t aalforw ack. Tke Lowns dale aak will in tb (mq . .v. oftelal rtark of the WMamot'e Val- y Appie Growers' asoclatloa. as,i yjb' ran be used hv all the rcem W. A. Carter returned to Port. laud tkls morales after a few day's iu who at broiiier-ia-law, Praak 'Hughe of tkls c!t. Mr. Cartor Is 1 itV.l'Mnil UBA..M A A. A ... ledge of Oregoa. H. S. Olio loft tor Portlaad today on busla3. Jokuny Krabi woot to tk Krohs fauna this morulas to remaia for a few days. Mr. ami Jlrs. Fxod Thiahau a .Ualiy ara tpedlag a ftw wetks at SdAa'do. Mrs. C. Amy of Stooktoa, Cal, V" arrivo nere WMaasday to spend a month with frlaadi and relative. jRy Thoapoo. B. J. Araold'e fnrowaa. followod tk Araokl skows to Portlaad tkls aoralag. m. Thompson has aiaaj' frlamls i tbi. cJti-. Col. Yoraa and Major Hamlla of Roseburg and Malor HammAn.i -r Bnne arrived last evening to at tend the showing tournamest. Robert McCarl returaed to Port liind yesterday after tIw w rtherry exhibit here. . W. P. Babcock and Beany Twa jilln are up on the Saatlam castia? for the speckeled beauty ,.-H "4 ut ie juaoish was In the city today transacting bus: new Stjq shaking hands with frlendv. Dr. Roy Byrd and L'.oyd Hauser are up In the Elkhorn country spend ing a few week- hunting and fish ing. Paul Hauser, the sporting goo4.. man, returned uom Portlaad today. after looking np some more canoe' fci Salem enthusiasts. Bud Hill returned to his work In Eugoae'today after visiting here for n short time. Mrs. E. Weller was a Newport passenger on the noon train today. Amo,Vnsi went to Newport today for a hort oijtlng. Rosa Cooper aad wife left today for Fish Lake to enjoy a few week? flthiag. . Railroad Oowattteioners West aa I Campbell departed for Albany tha ntornlag after attoadiag tke Deere of H6nor lodge maotlag recently held here. Mrs, U. Kally qf Dallas iasd thro Mrs. 1 Klly of Dallas pas-ed kroagk OH ajty today returning from a vftlf wltk frleads In Wood- burn. Heary Tol&ad aad wife aad banv left Saturday for SoaUle on a few weaks visit. 0 , Foniwir Salem noy .Man-le-. The followiag 1 taken from a Portlaad paper of Suaday: " W'dRday last, a; 24 prk sroot. W. N. Ostraader aad MUs Mv 17aWI. ... ... .t-j v.a nvro marneti by rv J Bowotsox. They have gone to mit friends at SlUorton and at Salem After Augut 1 they will be at home to tkelr Iriond at 162 Baat Thlrtv fourtk street ' The groom Is a soa of Mr and u.,.?'v,trWd 0t thU it- and well known here. a MONEY TO LOAN THOS. K. FORD. Over Ladd & Buph'a Bank. Salsifl. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Sockt Frank .Meredith, Resident A& Office with Wrn. Brown & Co.,K Zft Commercial street. Card of Thanks!? ' ih2Y? f0 ,n thU mannr l0 ank the friends who to i-hi. in the sickness n .i.u - . beloved husband and father NEW TODAY Wanted Ten cherry pickers Hid will leave the corner of Comnw cial and Trade streets lW 0:30 and 7 o'clock Monday mr Jng, returning at 7 p. w. Ab' 4 days picking nt s4 c per posl E. Presnell. phone 1140, 7-1 W' Wnntwl Experienced dining girl. Cottage hotel. 7-H-- Wanted nt Once From $100 " $500, the best of collateral W lty to offer. Address G 10, J nal office. 6-lH, For Salt fS hPnH nf bunchr45' horses. Jnnin hrnke At SO'- 1 25th St. P. W. Mariels. 7-20-31- Found A lndv's brown hand Pir with some monev. E. C MlteS: 1390 Broadway, Salem. 7-204t WanttHl To buy a good drlf horse. E. C. Mlnton, 1390 BfJ' way, Salem. M For Sale Heavy team, weight 2Aft Ooll o1HreS. K '' , Derringer, Rtv 9, Salem. 60 Wanteti young WOman to do hoj work In a good home. Addr1 . . e- or call on Ben Windsor, ', lem. Box 56. 1Z Wawtm sour cawlea, Late PJJ or similar varieties. Mutu' v trs r B Lucas and family. 7.J&41- alng Co., Salem, Or.