Newspaper Page Text
? ' PI I PI I T ; to innmni iiiiiuli "'' T "' jjji' l'l' J . awvitf K UArl KALI UUJUIAH BAUHH, uiUMU.ii WEONBWMr, AUGUST 1 1W iflMuUMMMMAMMUM U-HWlrt!dft( JtJWWB ll M'p"3.'MtWVatP&.X "' VMV I . Im m -b i L I V -L. mJ ' ' aV " W !! s aaaB 4 a Now silk gleves: the celebrated tfayscr, double tipped Ungerp,' and i-bult'on lollgtbii; extra weight ellk, black whlto and- color., ialues 10-button sold formerly to $2 pair. ii Aid t t CI-J ! i AunUBt cleanfiip, fe , -Mi.'" t ZZJj pair, ,l( :. ! .4- '. "WEDNESDAY SURPRISE 8i1lB NO. 302. TJ0,grctc8t bargain o'ffef o( this Benson begins at 8530 a.m. " i lit. . ..'..' . V ' ' lihono orderuta,ken. .Come and. buy as, man. pairs as you want. . 1 fineafdF o-v. fr.'nr' , in . vY-v-Ladies'- Fine Hosiery per pair 39c ONE-HALF PRICE LADIES' SUITS Bnlom'o rollablo storo makes Ike abovo jirlco coucoasloua id i clcnj ufi . tlj (itotifff $tt know whatf'LlfaL'ffifafiiiii Wf I f'riavede many clinlco gurmoiitB isultablo to ' erfernext'tonwcoks;HnYOBtl- y-31 'HJ J l'l 1 (VI 'ill WHEN you CT IT AT MKYKH8 ITS right' ANOTHER AUGUST EVENT A grand assortment of laces and embroideries, selected from our suporb. stock, at savings Hint will bo tho talk of the town. See our barglit counter. Now goodH arriving ovory day. ' "i 'a'? 'ni-' ' Men's Good Clothes Shop Suit Bargains "Mum" "Mum" ? 19c KXQL'IKIS AT MOTION CQUNT1W SKI 12.50 15 Suits equnl.to $12.50 elfowhero Suits' equal to $15 elsewhere Suits equal' to $17.50 elsowliero $7 8.75 9.50 20 25 ',$25 Cjlfiwhojo Suits equal to $30 else where Suits equal to 13.50 18.65 PORTLAND 600D ROADS CONVENTION RAISES $ 1 0,000 f OR "' EMKMI0N , Copyright 1908 by Hart SchafFner L Mux SHOES Leas than half price. Ladles' Whlto Oxfords, values to $2 nnlr August clea'n-upt, tho pair. 75c f&PAflfa0Wzgfart nr w wi irrrwzn rfe&?C&ifouiz? "CthbS, r.J2EJS T 1 1 1 1 iTi'ri 1 1 I'll 1 1 1 1 tfrv i-yiMh nir ha City News ri I It 1 t-HH H Ml I i K44-4"frH For Sale linvo three inoro rofrlcorntorH will poll vory Tcnionnblu. J. attcrson, I'Sorth Oommorolu! I'M I' I 1 1 1 l"l W"l,W,i,l' H H I r - - - WiNiflicr I'omiiht-- L . , .'T ir-r , Cloudy to1,h'miTI...Mly. 1 '; lhBhVl IMrtlw , 11 ! ' K. A. Tumor, tho nowly appolnUd . I' II !-, . . ...... . x. . ' . . . . ( cioik or (no smiromo cotiri, ijjjjh iuh 330 Waih- uu;,uo.-'1 "vUat wwk un HiWoi.ntret-- - - 6ed ."''"""'..' Vwr. VhiI Ifu'iirnil ,j vno iunerii of J. . ..Wooi, tlw man who dropped deij nt'lhg SpnuM llig Luutbor Cunipany's tullla last Monday, was hold from the family hump at Wghtotntit and y "at roots at 2 o'clock this nfternoon. Thu burial took place lit I.00 Mission cometory. 1 M itnliininTMiiiin at MHBMWHIHIHM.,11,1,1,, iiim.ii.. 1 J,. - .. o 0 Vli'ii In IMirdmuJ Vlolt Hall'H toiTtauiii -j ant! Mr H' k A . MhftM(i tinr- ISIovou barbvr chalrit, No waiting. f ', ' - , J- hM Cnwia HhIh ' Tljorfl wjll bo an f cream social given on Kalrmount Hill 011 Tuq ilnrvon.liig, wjvvn by tho Indies of ,the 8oul church, Ajl Invltisd, , . '' T 810.3t . v . : OOOOOOOO l'KltSO.VAIi MF.NTIO.V P. Ami O O Movumontx I'l'oph', o d o o o of 0 tho electric last eveulng to vUlt toe a woek with frlenda hwre. 1 Ralph Hollar and wlfo bare iq-) turned from nn outing In ti nioun-i taliu near Ashland. I V Salem O O OOO Tllllll Vntfov n Tn.il...nn . Frank Wars Iuih boijo to the ntoun.,down th, mori,,nK to transaot busl tain, for an outing. "'" for n 8,10r' "W- ' Win. n. Amos, of lndpnlnoo, la Mr, Arlhur Pjlrlok nnd two In tho city on business JlnugMurs linvo rotuVnod from an ox- II. C MoMlllan. of rortlnnih u'lw,uvu um,,,8 owpori. Cull tint! Sot 11 A Hirwlnrn utmil mnfbnt mwl T 4.fi.T . . tftU or,,Qr f meat'kVpl In' (lerfoctlr UJII IrtJito apodal round trip rate sanitary manner. Swuelolt- Dros. to flcattUt for tho' convention ot nhono 321 ' " . AUkToTii nnd !!: UniOilgusT 17. i.,r slc " r;ral; f'7.?' ' Wm" Murrn I hnv tli-WL Ufrlratori O. l A John M. Scott. A l A. that J Will Mil w ftfudfmW J. k . . -'AS"" iA;. 'r0"' 6NU jsi'i am ' ' I , a17..'lOOU -1 -,.J-S 'om. .Phone hke Iransactlng bualnoai. EllTa Grogory liaigono to Staltlo on a weok's bushiest) visit. Councilman J. F. Goode roturnotl last evening from Portland. Dr. Shaw has roiio to tho uppor McKenilo rJver for an outing. Miss Alto Altman Is In Albany yl9 Itlng with frlunds for n few days. Henry- O. Meyers has cono for rf Harry Ralph and Dan Tarnloy laft toilnj for tho MeKonrlo river district to fish and hunt for a week. Frank II. Lang returned to Jeffer son last ovonlng, nftor transacting buslnosB horo throiiBh tho day. Samuol Morrlsou has returned to hli homo In Portland, after a two two days' visit here with rolatlves. George Parson ha9 koiic to Tole C&h Stvlat f alf,UdfcIIiolIlnljarlftnicQU. Tho ttollaldc 'rt'swft- groRtlon,,vlhavo nl Uh ream social . s J. M, l.awrTrriftW'3t nl thft liqrup oOrHj-jgotue. at 10 mcrojal .add Krry. slttj .Ph I.ell street; WteVtm WhIiv ?li. , Vdny v'vonlng. AtfltutnS. AUfrleridf . ' " '. " N cordially lojltcl. . vAiSther,Nw llonu-.' v' ,' Bomollmfl u bunoii man glv'ea nrArttkVto mavu hU pceeiiUJOui to -Hi. liuiirocftl.i.i II.. 1 l,i ,1..... ... u ...... VI . . .v . ....-' . ltBll tlinn.-tknl .f 111. Inn.ul.w.l..l.l . ...A.i. ...., V... . . n . . . . " " i""-irmM n HvtTlvaiuUUQV mat 110 Iffi UJttU,0 vmpiu). now. nuatu,A "Jiolibwaut- plana for. -i b T ) k. . .. ....via uno kiiiiu iiir ii . few days' nhootlng In the mountains, j do' Oro" t0 snoml n weok rambling Miss Josle Hull, of Medford, la throu8h tho bS timber and wading tUltlng with friends here for a ilfart i ,co wnter' tline. County Clork. R. D. Allen has re Geo. W. Weokti. tho dairy man'. I turnta from SHvertori, whero ho at- In KtiKonotrnsacnugTnHnysrf.al10"11011 the ..tunornl of his father, few days. i Henry Allon. Vtsa Eva McDounoll roturned this ' Ir- and M"- John Alllngham. of morning froiu a week's outing at Newport.. - - - MrYnndkMri. U H. Price have re-! . l turned from a. work's vacation at Caa cadta. ''- ij r ri" ad? ? m , J j .. , The wy to bo able to affotd nioro rrtnit uiuay. a run jino or ludto. advertising V Kill'. tf M dvertlsllle la ta iln.mur.v julvui-tu. )ti thyyou can affnnl. " ,-,T, , H t iniinil)V)l W)HH I H I fHM-fg "That Which Is Worth Having Is s Wortli AdScrtisim? Fnr i k. "ttio uliA udago ihar vhat U iworth having !a for I worth asking u su triieuu Qr thq.w.rteJito f0 0f lay. iniHKin vraai voeiner mi is' ud. piano or a home.'i whether It H a rcdy-mad busings or a lost pock.book U ob. 4ailf..l aiIIIu ii.MK..L .. mi .. .. . .vm ,v-u,. mwRu KUTcruiing, ana with dlOculty, or not T mt all, through other tuotni. 4 a n a n, n 1 1 f i H H M n n ,, n u n n M t H n n f l Harrv Smith -has ilnunrtn.i tnr Jlrfff niVfri tf; Tsnonora-fcw-pvfck i . i . r- v?. otSa?) Francisco iMWlUlK JJI Hr. AWtl. Hunt, f - '' m Claud Whlto, foreman of the Yankw stabbjs, U at Wltholt, spending a'vgcatlovtr'i",","i,"i' mw. , , Miss Cdustatfro Gartvrrlght has gone to tho Xowport bachea foT a fv? weektl.-'k .- ' i. , Win Enua WasKbqfn ha gone to Portland to spend abveral ilnv i-ialt. jln frlenda. Mils Mav Ganlnrr Vio. an.rin.i fgr UatlUKi MonT.. lo A'isftVher iinnt for a month. -T Howard Nash left for Astoria hl morning "tor-jpena a 'month with fdttHdaiaad rfetlu iVUUajn Gtus"aoTertfQr Cham VerlalnV private' secretary! la barv from hit vpcatton. raul Hofer and Herbert Adklna have gone to Irving for a Tew dv camping and shooting. MIj Jessie .Robinson caum up oa Vancouver, aro visiting with Mrs. JAlllnghnm's relatives. Mr. and Mrs 'Solomon, In Englewood. George Townsend and family have returned to their home In Wolser. Idaho, after a month's vlstt with rel ative's and friends In this city and MeMlnnvllle. ' . Robert OreenNanl wife and daugh ter, Alta, of The Duties, are vlsltinr with friends here. They leave on Sat urday for l.os Angeles, to spend the romalnder of the summer. N Puul Monarch and family have re turned from a two-weeks' outing at Newport. Paul says he enjoyed tho sights around tho big pond Imniofoso- iy. Motsan Pays Flut v M. T. Molsan, ot Rrooks, who was arrested Monday sveu.lngordrlving -ltV,n... .... I.".. ? -. '. . mi iiunmn uuwn . irea heavy plank as the law requires guilty heforo Justice Webster ....,.., nitt U9 I1UVU iV, - I The goo-l roads conference ended In a plan being adopted to rahe $10, nnn for mlticatlonnl work In the whole Btnte, nnd County Judge Web ster and ex-Cotinty Judge Scott to bd employed to carry on the cnmpnlgn. Senators Johnson nnd Kay made a fight for nn endorsement of tho John son road law that wns vetoed by the governor nt the last session of the IcK'slature. Sonntor Andrew C. Smith nn-1 John H. Albert and others opposed this, and, on motion of County Judge Rynn, the whole matter was referred to the committee on resolutions nnd there left to sleei). Mrs. Woodcock, of Multnomnh county, hnd a front seat, dressed In white nnd wearing a cherry widow hat, nnd coached the chairman pnrt of tho time, innklng the conference n groat deal of a farco. The Resolutions. Resolved, That wo are lu favor of co-onerntlon of stnte, county nnd tlli- trlct In the construction of Improved, permanent highways under tho su pervision of a state highway commis sioner, nnd that the loglslntlve ciim- mlttoe bo Instructed to'work with the legislative committee of tho State Goods Ronds Aseoc'nt'on. nnd of tho Stnto G-ange, In tho prp'mrntlon nnd submission to the stnto loclsln- turo of n bill embodying such legisla tion nnd thnt tho road lnw known as tho Johnson bill and tho resolution of Judgo Wobitor rolntlng to ap propriation for thnt puroe bo re ferred to Bald committee for tholr consideration. Roiolved, Thnt It Is the sens of this mooting thnt a law ahnuM bo paved nt tho next session of :h opt. Mature providing for th workhg of convio's in tho stnto penitentiary In tho construction of public highways. Rosolvod, That It Ii the -eino of 'nls convention thnt Intrlatnnn li enacted giving tho powor to our oun'y courtj to rostrlct, rogulnU and contrnrtho'uso of county roads. Rosolvod, That tho thanks of this mooting be nnd arc duo to Tom Rlc':-nn'-on, Hon. W. K. Newell, W. M. lLadil, J. W. Ilalley, state dairy nnd food commissioner, nnd othors who actively participated In th conven ing of this gno (Ironrts conforonco. r Roaolved, Thnt tho thanks of thl" convantlon nro duo tho Commorclo! Club for tho use of Its convention hall and tho freedom of this club. t Need $10,000 at f)nr Tho report of tho committee on wnya and means was as follews: Your committee on ways r.nd means bogs lenyo. to report that, In Its opinion, tho sum of $10,000 must bo raised to defray tho expenses of an enthusiastic and energotlc cam paign for good roads. Wo further recommend that two mon bo employed to carry on tho work and that these two men bo Judge Lionel R, WebPtor, of Multno. mah county, nnd Judgo John "h. Scott, of Mnrlon countv. nrov'dlnv satisfactory arrangements enn bo made with these gentlemen by thin committee. ' It Is further the sense of this com mittee thnt It shou'd have perma nent existence nnd bo the medium through which the work of this con ference bo carried on. W. L. 0rls8oy has been made ner- manent secretary -of this committee. BUILDINGS ' li FOR FAIR GROIf At a meeting of the state r of Agriculture, held nt u grounds yesterday, ImproYtaJ A commodious olllce, 45X5j f(!r erected. An nddlllon to th which win nouse 40 more Wj Inrrrn nrlrllffnti ti . 1 " I : , " .7 vrMrw niK, uiiu uuiv nuaricrs for tl(e dog exhibit will also behniu... ii 1b expected that all Mm -.i be' completed before the falrow, Tho remodeled crnmi.i.., Veen accepted'.'i.ncLJtho boaM i -.-.- - "C jnonzeu n nign wire fence Ibk.i .nrotinn It. Tho'cost of the i.. mont on tho grandstand wjj Aitogotner nuout $0000 hn expended for Improvements i stnto fair grounds this year. Idillronil Mntlltlcn Fnro Tho Railroad Commlsiloj morning received a letter froal President F. I. Fuller, of tie innu uniiwny, L.igni & Power Ca pany, stating that the rateiM- Columbia river division of tfctJ pnny had been motllflcil ion chnrgo a flvo-rtorit fare hctwn two polntH of tho section betwt(J city UmltH nnd tho Columbia iV nnd n ten-cont fare between aati ..!- ......Uu -II ...... Iiuiijin wunii; nn or iwo-iairilil the dlHtnnce. Under the old 'Mi the fnm for the through trip, mi pnrt of It, wns ten cents. Plcnle Oilltsl Off It It continues to rain the 0,11 picnic to bo hold nt tho fair jrottil Tlvursday nfternoon will be a off. MONEY TO LOi THOS. K. ro Ovor Lndrt ft Buph's tjank, 8ilt,0 Norwich Union Fire Insurance Sa:K Fmnlr Meredith, Rctldcnt Affat. Ofllco with Wm. Drown i CSJ 59 Cnmmorclnl atreot. STARR PIANO HIGH CLASS GOODS C. WILL NEW TODAI PiirtY in KiiU'iu Wishes to Urn monuy. Thcro Is no real 'J security to offor, nnd anj-o: noting Buob security need not ply to this rfd. This party. tH over, will sccuro tho leaner m prinA nopnrltv In nther fOfEl one wlshlnir to investigate ta i turn nt ihla nrnnnsltton will rl In hnlmif ndrtpoen nnd A CI'- fnn lift nrrnntrt'd. Z-14. ClF Journal, Salem, Oregon. PI. AYS A'DMl KlRTlXAlvisf (Continued From Pagd Y.f ' . . t ij . . lUiaOvrt) ClOCK Brvn'n nnrt" VniV. hold conference with members of the notification committee. Noon Luncheon attended by mem bers of thecomralttee and candidates 1:30 o'clock Tho candidates' and tho committee, led ,by brass band, pardo from tho hotel to. the state capltol grounds, . 2 q'clock Henry D. Clayton,; St- A In nn nt a m.J.,. -.ii. i .i t ' brldco ' ,uc "ncauoa -address. tf-rS'EX .? iMpi dldate.4 )l .rLnn. ftlon at the capltoir " 6 o clock Bryan" holt of Kern? the committee and a few others at a dinner at Falrvlow farm. Notice- Hop Growers Association will mevi oaiuraay at the city hall at 1 owl,, ., , o'clock for the purpose of uiklnc l? " IUkfr over the bet method of ntpVinP"., " pnce or wnea the price ot oP, and also regulating the nric .... 0 Flour ha been advaac4 ot picking. S-u.st rv . Mck l aU srocera. Salem ix si .Flouring Mills. Uomii'rluv-M fnr HOllllOU Yar jl.- l l..i nlllnrr nn. ai lojinn.'l io ov io -' cordially Invito our old frlt bo with us a.?aln thu yvr' " Phnno 109. Rnlom. 8-M Ister now. Mvosley & Co. iin Rnt vi 'miile One work ; for hay or good jmlcn cow, -ra tt m ti... ni,iiiKo. boxul S, ' "a ' S-S-It-' UIIIUIU. 51P $ AKVIIIA T over can D Nor.' a: &iitlsnieii & por 'week and selling New Campaign frritn now until election. cfnwid iim)v fnlrS plC-" nrlwtd faralllea. Compile l anmnlkn .-hortrpn tireHfllr V flrdor todnv. fhicaRO NovelV . ..- l ..... n,l.(ro. tl UU lYBUISU AXV v" "" i'l f ' flrvrwl lfoirt tiw fillf EXtT driver for Tfuggy or cartl?' ' want teams to haul YftL.-- . jVa trflln Xf. IMIUUIJ lllil ., ., oawonlKt.'" S4l4t' or call, State and WMHtoit in'OO hoo nlckQW 'im--. . fc'IQC 000 acres of hops, - . modatloas; bakery, p"1'". ernrnrv otnrfi. reaUUraa'i .- 1 . ' . pavilion, etc rice hours 2 n Register v. .to 4 TIM, d B0 VI r. . ..l. .V rtn ner owe Br U0 t vv r r, .... -i,..Iars ? W uriaer,...-- . Xrebs Bros, kooju . "'4 am building. , Vnm liMit n fnrnUhed J. . ... rnHrOJ'-'" si Liberty wreei, v--- . mnt for"J Pb0 Fw 81 Yo cow will be freak soon. 144.