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PAIL CAriTAL JOURNAL. 8ALMM, OKBQQN, frONPAr, AUGUST 1. lf9.
jsmMWawamm '""" ' 1,1 THE EVERYDAY STORE , :.2.rv T-' "w"W"wammmmwmglimmmmm1ii) i , . B - . .I" J. L ,r ; HlVgLD WHITE CORNER STOCKTC -, J - IN UuAUTY SHOP ' J A 4 THE QUALITY SHOP - at 1K b 1, - k a. We mean by this, that our storo Is stocked with tho vory host quality of morchandlso that can bo found In tho markW 'Our buyer, aro mon of experience who have bought for ycarsand "niado good." They meet tho trado on tho floors of our atdro, Btudy their wants, hear them. oxpres?.tkolr wlBhos, their ipproral, Or UIBUliJJruiru., rvt0i .... uu t(, i-vuru.ugiy, THE EVERYDAY STORE Wo mean by this, mat you Know; wnore topna us, and how to dcpond upon us ovory day. Wo aro not j gpasmodlo about things; wo tion t jump at conclusions or allow our feelings to control ub. But overy day progress, keoplng paco with tho country. Regardless of tho predictions of a dull fall, wo have bought more good than over before, becauco our; business Is growing, and our trndo demands It, New Suits for Ladies Wo aro ready to show .you some of tho very new Btyles that will bo worn this fall. Clearance Sales Still Progresses la all Summer Goods Depart ments, grater reductions on Wash Goods and Undormuslln. Canvas Shoes Reduced One-fourth I NEW CLOTHING fOR MEN Shipped early hocauso wo ex pect an early season. Corno and Inspect tho styles. WEN'S PANTS RECUCED ONE-fOURTH All our Spring and Summor styles In Men's Trousors reduced to close- beforo tho Fall stock' ar rlvos. NEW CAPS POR MEN AND BOYS A big shipment Just 'rocolved form Now York. Tho shapes ara now and nttrc.ctlvo. STRAW HATS REDUCED Oroat cuts In tho prlcos of Straw ..I Hats. HANSEN'S GLOVES tho best for tho man who works. Prices 50c to $1.50 nfln ""ION MADE1 POPULAR LOAN A SUCCESS (KMirA, . n i,sr Jt nMVilfa' 'BONDS NBfe ALL 5UDSCRIBED . J . S 1 r ' , jt Tho popular' loan for the street Improvement bonds advocated In this paper Friday has proven a suc cess, and at this writing nearly all 6t tho bonds aro subscribed for. Alderriion Qreonbaum. and Millard dosorvo credit for pushing tho loan, when tho big bond-buying concorns w'brd turning It down, and tho pooplo who havo subscribed dosorvo credit for tholr faith In this community. At 'tho rato tho bonds aro bolng takbn tho people could nbBorb soverat hundred thousand dollars of tlieso Bccurlttos, BRYAN PREPARES TARIFF SPEECH Falrvlow, Lincoln, Nob., Aug. 10t Bryan today complotcd his draft of a Bpccch to bo mado at Dos Molnos on tho tariff question August 21. Ho thori began tho preparation of his spoech to bo mado nt tho notifica tion of Kcarn of hlo nomination for tho vlco-prcsldency. A delegation of traveling mon vis ited tho Commonor at his homo to day, and wore rocolved cordially. Tho Democratic candidate refused to comment on tho outcomo of tho Illinois primaries. Bid. Aro now opon until August 25 to lnthn and nlimtor a two-story build- Ing with two storo rooms and tovon offlco8. For particulars addross E. I Roy, Stnyton, Oregon. 8-10-2W 000000000000 0 I'KIISOXAL mention o 0 . o 0.nj Movement, of Salem O 0 People. O 00000000000 havo returned from a month's ouftnis at Newport. Mrs. L. K. Carpontor has gono to Albany for a fow weeks' YUlt with friends and rclatlvos. 8. S. Range, of Eugene, has re turned to that city city, after look Ing ovor his lnterpsts hero. I Elmer Shnfor, of Eugene, arrlvod , i O i Carl and Harry "WoodB havo loft , ... . for Portland to bo gono a wook vlslt- 8 A hour and wlfo spent Sunday ,ng roIatlvo8 ftnd frlondB, la Portland. . I ch0Btor ph ,m8 roturnod from t. a. Park mado a business visit PortIand ,n tho Whlto Steamer auto to Marlon today. .. itnini i nnn vt nnvM f M'HII..... n t .t !....... """ot. - - .... .it. iiiiiiuiii j, iuuui tuiuntuu I from Portland Inst ovonlnir. I Mn. J, M. Woodruff wont to Eu gene today Tor a short visit. Mljg Graco Edwards Is homo from pleaiant outlug at Cascadia. I.. ....... I B t mn... " t 1 ' 8" "rao . .. w.uoii. wiiiii, iu Kyuiw, ura Tiinn, n.mnlfnr.l hnR rhtnrno.1 to his homo In Portland, after visit i ing with f rlonds hero ovor Sunday. Loster Sooloy roturnod yostordny to his homo In Portland. Mr. Soo loy was a formor Salem boy, and Is 'Turner to , , a , . mnnagor of tho O. It. & N. baso Tarner toda, after spending Sunday bftU t0ftm of Portlan(1. 8am n..ri,i.-t . , I MlBs L,ona l'ear.wrigut jns re 8am Durkhnrdt has gono to Eu-' ,, tn Um , ,,nrn of,nw vInlf "TWTED BUT NOT FALLEN;" WHIPPED MINISTER'S DEFENSE todajr to spond a. wook'a vacation. M. C. Dell, of McMlnnYlllo, waB in th dty Sunday visiting ftfbndB, " I Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Tolnnd, of Al waj; visited Salem friends Sunday. im Gladys Riches returned to Hurlock, Md., Aug. 10. Tho Itov.' Stophon D. Shlpman, pastor of tho thin morning to transact business for . Washington M. E. church, who was boaton almost Into insonblllty by Thomas Carew, when attacked In a room with Mrs. Carow, nnnouncod to day that ho will mak'o his dofonso on tho greund: "That tho woniniH tomptod mo, but I am Innocent." turned to hor homo horo, aftor visit ing with Mrs. W. Meyer, of Albany, for a fow days. Loo Dnlratow, a nurBoryman, of Hanford, Cal., is horo transacting, buslnoss and looking ovor the local nursory business. Mrs. B. M. Bourne, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Is visiting wjth ne (or a fow dnva' vintf ii fc if " l; nemis Ed, ZelcO. a nonillnr nsvlnm nm- k fojt, bas gono to Belknap Springs (.tfran outing. 1. '" p J Lonelngort and Mlas JJHan Green are at Newport onjoy- '"c n outing. Osterman nmi wni, nm n o. Wy from their mine on tho LUtlo ?" " aa" ' ?di Ji! aorth Fork Rob Magnoss, a Portland bn&eball JJW, was visiting with friends hero TNterday. na Mr. QecTRO Wllllama. SPECTACLES WKl-RB E-E HELPS IF IUGHT "VE HURTERS AND nEAD- AC-IE MAKEItS, IP lynoXG V,ho " Prevent your havB3 a wrong if yon don't get them 11 the r,8it place? Not the aver w Pctacle Beller. u" oema to His busl- ba to get yoHr BVSe hurnea with pair that fyoar fancy and open, your Pane, U U by knowing tho optical thoroughly and attend s l0 It properly that -wo hope and ns sho was loaving ran Into hor husband's arms. "I was rapidly drosslng whon Cnrow ontored and toro my clothos ' ff, declaring that I would havo to go without clothes. Ho boat mo un mercifully. "Carow's wlfo and mothor plcndod with him not to kill mo, whllo ho was boating mo around tho room. Whon b flnnllv allowed mo to loavo tho Wc arc proud of our Hosiery Department .i 3 V..l ' i ' i ' ' ,' r Tho constantly Increasing dales In this dopartmont Is po'sltlva ovldenco that customer apprcclato our efforts, to carry oaly the best possible values in' hosiery. i .... - . Wo buy; a bottor gradeVot hosoto sojfafor a: certain ;prfco tha"ja regular sioros."' - : M The "North 4 Brand of Hosiery Is suporlor to other lines bocnuso It Is mado from se lected long staple cotton yarns by tho host hosiery factory in America. That means greater durability. You don't pay ono-fourth tho price for oxpenslvo magazine ad vertising whon you buy tho ''North Star Brand" becauso they de pend'otvtho quality of tho hoso to advortlso tho line. Just try that LINEN KNEE HOSE JTOlt HOYS AT 33c. Most merchants won't handlo this hooo becauso tho profit Is too small at 2Gc, but wo'ro satisfied with small promts in all departments be causo wo uttck to tho spot cash uolllug.plau and our cxpensos aro light. COMPARE OP LADIES' 25c HOSE with a 25-cont Iiobo from any othor storo or any other price horn with tho samo price hose- shown olsowhero and you'll know why our hosiery dopartmont is a aucoss. M foakA&SSfa 2-1 4 &m&& fFrriyi sv 'r vr . . t tir M- . titf stem iszrcrv. e i WE UNDEHSELL 'KKGUIXU 8TOUES" ON EVEItYTIIINO FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. I Aftor tho bcntlng Shlpman, fearing room a0 followed mo ull tho way to Carow would roturn and kill him, tho homo of a neighboring rector, boatlnK mo badly all tho way. I was hardly ablo to stagger whon I ar rlvod at'-my friends hoiiao. "Then Cnrow's brothor came and told mo ho was afraid Carow would roturn and kill mo, so, fearing for my llfo, I mado my way to tho cornfield, whoro I spont tho night." Tho sontlment of tho congregation spont tho night In a corn Hold. Tho minister says ho will suo for dam ages, and will toll tho following story on tho Witness stand: ' "I went to the homo with Nathan Todd, Mrs. Carow's fathor, about S o'clock In Iho ovonlng. Upon retir ing I was glvon tho room usually oc cupied by Carew. Aftor I had fallon asleep I was aroused Jy a hand unon my fnco. I waB astounded to find In his favor, and It Is oxoocted ho will Mrs. Carow sitting upon tho bodBldo. bo supported by tho church in hU I protested against hor presence, and defense InBlatod that she leavo at onco, but Carew today allegod that tho sho replled: i prcachor was seen to entor hb wife's I " 'Oh, won't you love mo; won't room, after which sho wont Into the you pray for .rue?' "T preacher's room. Ho Bays he will .VI Inslstod that she mt.Bt4d quick- suo for dlvorco at onco, .setting forth y. nnd avoid a sceno. SKe? arose, his complaint in tun in ,tno pennon. . . . . . . . ...- v r-T popular ticket agdnt for tho South em Pacific in this city. W. W. Tpwl, wlfo nnd daughter, and John 'Holnes, wlfo and son, of Indiana, aro stopping at the Elite Hotel. They -are -loqking for a per manent location In Salem to mako tholr- home, "Molly" Sherl'dan, tho well-known baseball player with tho Northwost j ' - rtrr - ir leagne In.Tacoma, passed through Q J ) C Tfl- V Di-VI I If- i,rtstszw'0 onlr o -1 IIVilL i KloIjUl quit the baseball for the season. Lieutenant Eugene Moshbcrger, Captain It. O. Scott and Lieutenant Richard Dyko left here Saturday for their different homes, after super intending the State Rifle Shoot here. They left Sunday for tho East wl,tU KILLS WIPE WITH BLOW OF SPADE San Francisco, Aug, 10. With hor skull crushed by n heavy spado, tho wlfo of Potor Pnnnssou, n dairyman, waB found unconscious tpdny at hor homo on tho San Bruno road, south of this city, onrly todny, and dlod ' four hours later. Hor husband Is undor arrest, Hiispected of hnvlng j murdorod hpr Jnf aqiarrQl4 Whon tnkon Into oitsfddy'foy tho polfco l.e, admlttod holiadoi dlHputo with his wlfo, but declared ho was not awnro sho was doad. t Three chlldron of tho couplo told a policeman tholr fnthor wn' fro quontly Jn tlio Jiablt of beating their mothor and thorn, alsp. Whon tholr parents engaged InA qunrroiFhoro Into last night tho thrco chlldron ran from tho houso, Th?y stayed awav sovoral hours, secreted in a field noar , tho ranch houso. Whon thoy timidly crept back nt dawn they found . tho unconscious of tho Rov. Mr. Shlpmnn'B church Is 'rm of tholr mothor stretched upor mo noor or tno Kitcnon. nor uoay was lying In a pool of blood, and n gaping hole In hor head showed that New Depot Service ! Work began today on the foot brldgo to tho Southern Pacific dopnt to connect with tho Yow Park line, cornor of Twolfth and Oak streets. A 16-mlnute service Is to be Installed. .as STARR PIANO HIGH CLASS GOODS GEO. C. WILL Sp NEY TO LOAN TH08. K. FORD. Over tedd & Buxh's Hank, ialen, Or u, : Norwkb Union Fire Insurance Society Frank MwWth, Rehlent A&U OBce with Wh, Brows it Co., f. 39 Commercial street. i & she had boon the victim of vlolonco. A heavy spado spnttored with blood lay bosldo hor, Tho fathor was tmt to be found about tho ranch. M the horsos and milk wagon were gono It was prtf- fosumod ho. had started upon his do- llvorry routo, Tho pollco later found him in the city delivering milk to his customors, and placed him un der arrest. Aftor the children gave the alarm Mrs. PanassoH was rushed to a hos pital, but died boor after arriving there. Her skull was found to be hndlv shattered. London, Aug, .1. -The. timely ar- Life boata were lowered from tho Detectives havo subjected the hus- rlvalarf-tbe BritUh steamer Imogen Imogen, and most of the passenger band t0 ft B0Vere BW0Rtlng," but ho tho Oregon representatives tp com MT fr0'- death'feany Dassengors irora iao Arasieuana were " steadfastly denied that he struck his P9te la the national shoot. Lv3.L ?& nkVil. , aLuUmH. !b"d the Dr'tUher' Th,, ,the ' flfe w Ife with the spade, and asserted that ho knows nothing of how sho SAVES MANY LIVES NEW TODAY! to build Mi keep a reputation. Jewels Store nan i iv.-.. UiUBri. O.HAi OMW, Liberty Tho Newport passengers today. weret Frank Willis, Mlg Ulah Brlggs, bookkeeper for the local, tel ephone company; Mrs. P. N. Lathrop and daughter, Goldle, Mr. and Mrs J. II. AUIngham' and daughter, Freda;- ' o W, L. West Doail Mrs. A. L. Brown last evening re ceived a - telegram from Leadville, Colorado, announcing the death of walek eauglrMUe off the coast or the endangered ship, and assistance South Afrf'it August , according given In fighting the flamos. to a .mestes'-Mcelved by Lloyd 'a' The flro was extinguished without ageacy toV -! A aumber were serious damage to tho Amstelland, drowsed, bfc Mct details are not and, after the excitement passed, the gives, r passengers were returned to tho The passengers of the Amstel'and 'Dutch ship, which was able to pro were'iH a w.W lnlc. and many ropro ceed oh its voyage. The main dang- undoubtedly" ' would have jumped er was In the panic, and It Is believed was killed. Roller ExT.loaloH, York, Pa., Aiiff, 1,Q. An explosion In tho holler room of tho York roll ing mill hero this afternoon klllod six and Injured 25 employes, com pletely demolishing the largo milling her brother, W. L. West, a former j well-known engineer of this city . T .Pflr m I ., 14, BJUHB iClUUHi v.- nlnnt fPIt 1A1 ttm JIia (Aa1 tsir. overboard anddrpwned if the Imogen If Hone of tho passengers had Jumped 'recovered and the Injured are had not appears Just la time. there would have been no casualties. XSS? ous hospitals In this city. I - Death followed a severe attack pneumonia. Mr. Brow- said this Jr9i$M?e Calfforata, line, where he the dignitary as far north as Salem. Mr. O'Orady wont to Portland, apd tbte afternoon returned t othe.capl tol, where inspected several of the .j . , . M... ,- morulng that th eremalna would prob weatq. meet supreme uaiei MSBBor ,tate bulldlagr. He will leave for ably be brought to Salem for inter- j, jf O'Orady, of Uw, Foresters, of Portland oa the Oregon Electric this ??Bt- America. Mr. Brown accompanied Tifg-. If you take Kodol In he beginning the bad stacks qf Dyspepsia will be avoided, but If you allow these lit tle aUacks td go unheeded It will take Kodol a longer time to put your rtomach In good condition rxhIii Get a bottle of ouj1 today. Sold by all drugg'itti. Party, ia SaIciht Whfhw t berrsjw monoy. There Is no rl estate security to offer, and aRyaae ijjk' acting such security need not re ply to this ad. Thle party, how ever, will socuro tho loanor wiia good socurlty in other forms. A ay one wishing to Investigate the Ma ture ef this proposition will wrjke to bolow address, and a meeting can be arranged. 7.-1 i, Caplm4 Journal, 8alem, Oregoa. 7-29-tf Jlopplckfra for HoIwh Yard Our register U fast filling up, and fit cordially Invito our old friends to bo with us again this yoar. Istor now, Phone 109. T. Llvesloy & Co., Salem. 8-6-1 Ot I e For Kulfi r TrV--One Wor-hore for hajr or good milch cqvt, Ho H. T. Davis, Route No. 4. box II, Salem. M3t HItwwtHi' H AkhU f ' W'Q.$ per week a.nd ovr can be ma4f polling Now Campaign Novelta from aow until election, . Sells' to stores', county fairs, plcalce ad prlvatf) families. Complete lino of samples, charges prepalr for 58c. Order today. Chicago Novelty Co , 90 Wabash Avo Chicago. 7-27-lm-eod t?w Hnle -geveral heaee ia Salem, aad farm 'ands at a bar gal a. Cap Hal Natioaal Baalc -l-0od-