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DAILY CAPIT III JOVRNAfi, SALKM, ORBGO.V, FRIDAY, 8KTTKMDRB 4, ltX8 if 4 0) J U'.lllllU Mkj Children's and Misses' Reefers and Peter Pan Normal College Clothes the new "Oregon Coat," navy blue and cardinal, with Oregon buttons. The best made schpol clothes on the market. This assortment is the largest we have ever shown in ready-to-wear garments for the III young people. Tailor-made Suits, $12.50 to- $65.00 each. A superb display of new tailored suits how ready for your choosing. Three times the 4 assortment you will find anywhere else about town, exclusive models, and as usual, the most reasonable prices prevail here. Long coat suits in very attractive models, skirts of the latest fashions and materials to please every individual fancy. The display is worth com ing to see and includes tailored suits of all grades. It's no trouble for us to show our goods. We want people to know that we are selling to and pleasing more people for less money than any store here abouts. 1 000 Coat or Suit Hangers r "i That aro slightly damaged. Wo will glvo them away free It you will auk (or ono. TODAY Wowlllhavo on display tho lnrg-o-t assortment of Furs over bIiowh In Salem. These aro hotter values for loss nionuy, than wo have ovor of forcd. ' f . - Genuine llcatherbfoom Petticoats In a largo assortment of styles ami colors, usually sold for J2.50. Our Advance Fall Special There arc about S dozen In tho lot so tho early ones will got them. $1.85 MMNMMMNMMMhl 1 1 1 1 N B 1 (H W A Jp I IB Hfc r 1 imp 1 1 SUIT CASES Nothing llko It over shown In Sa lo'm. Genuine Cowhide, with strnpa all around, shirt fold In lid with t Etrnp8, ball head handles, equal to most $7.50 cases sold e.lso where. Advance Fall Special $5 Dress Goods Our correct showing of Fall and Wlntor Dronii Goodt) in all tho now wonves add colors aro pro ductlons from tho boot mlll Wo" hnvo searchod tho markets far and nenr for U'g largo assort-' ment, and can now asiuro you that our iiunlltlos aro tho bdut ovor offered nt sitcji reasonable prlco I Court Street Window --imrrr New Laces Wo aunounco tho arrlcal of tho largost assortment of Laces and All Overs, over rocolved by this otoro at ono shipment. Thcpatterns aro tho llnojt yot shown, from tho dainty slmplo to tho most gorgeous do s'gns. mnaywt rm w- m j d Iti m m Shoes The well dresied Ladles will wear this Fall Tan High Shoos and Patent Colts In Dalmoral and Dluchcrs. 'f aro Salem's agents for tho famous "PAT COYAN" foi little men and boys, for iiiIssob nnd little women, for wenr, (It and finish this line HAS NO EQUAL. Onir men's lino of Fall Shoes la bettor thnn ever, all tho nobbiest shapes aro on display. 1 7 I ' tH I 1 1 1 'I I1 1 'hT'ti'-JW'-J" iCity N ewsl tlvos ar living 'n Po t ul and the g.Uj.ul nulled to in iidai thorn, T!inlr linmn In P,n- , .1 Ij nt Pm .tflKlf,H4',4"K"i':,,W'ic!aj and Thluy-sovonth street. Tho Fair tonight and Saturday. P"1-11 om ,a lnla uU' w,,: uu occ" ' plel by Itov. W. C. Price and family Vou Aro Invltril i To uttond tho (ipo'nlnj; dance at thuj Muiijih Mi Chullu, p, ni. Halur Armory Friday ngh. i0t3.2l. . ,!)'. v 4- l.lc'ii liu will muko his homo In tho future. Hon of IllggB, bIiico It wn tho (lrjf Moit of Mr. nnd Mn OdoTs ndo- rorolved, was granted. Good Out Crop. Tom Hotmail, of Kbit, thr&hl'ii hli oat crop yesterday and tha h voiiih ! I (iiiti-H' saloon llio ounty commUslouurs' court today granted a wilonn llvonso to T. yield was 01 13 liiuhdt lo th m J BK t (lt 'or " Product 'rtf Hnrob. Anothor npillcatlou from Old UoMdi'iit Lowfi's '(latin wm al.K) rcrolved, but the (lenernl V. II Orf.t'l. nn of !' ' "ommlwlonrri liillvol thai ono till Oldest resldouti of Sutotii. him rr- 'Hutinry vn imll'diMit for tho Bparnc-' lt Smv mill llnir moved his family to Port and. whiv tiii.rt prcitiin. and th nppllca- Hugeno V. Chnfln, Prohibition ICugciio Y, C'liullii Can ill da to for president on tho Prohibition ticket, will speak nt the Christian church, on Saturday, tho 5th, nt 2 p, m. Mr. Chafln Is a graduato of a "Wjflcorisln tirilverslty, practiced law In Waukesha, Wiscon sin, 25 years,, municipal Judg'o Wau keslin olght yearn. Ho Is a good speaker. Como nhd hoar him. 9-33 1. The (J ni nil Opening ll.iiice- At tho Aiiltorlum rink will be giv en tomorrow night not tonight. candidate for president of t S. to morrow at 2 p. in. Marlon Squnre. Xo Pinter Tonight At tho skating rink; but tomorrow night wo guarantee tho beat time: the bort lloor and tho best music McKlroy's orchostrn enough said. Kugenr V. Chullu- Will speak at 2 p. m tomorrow o:i Marlon Square, if the weather I- unfnvorabla speaking nt the Chris tian church. Xnv Cnteliy Duller Mii-le Hy McKlroy's orehwitrn at the Au-dltori-im rink tomorrow night noi tonight Admlmdon 10 cents, danc ing 5 cent per couple. The Midway Chango tonight, n good laugh. Como nnd have iltllllHIWWti'HW H- hH 4-H-ff 1 1 I lf f t-H-H-4- IIHfHIIII .t-H-WI-1 t tt'M-fr t-W ' H-t-l-H-ll IIHItWttWtW' Amwu H-f "H- 1 1 $J .t Mum " x ' FASHION ANNOUNCEMENT .StriihlnirV Siiiiltiu-)' Markot will furnish you tho boat Ii'thrre U In K mot lin. Phona 321. 0, .XD AFTKIl .SKI'-rUMUKU , W.K WILIi HAVK OX KXHIHITIOiN A fJHAXD 8KL1.CTION OF FOK KUSX AXD DOMESTIC M 'Meet mr at the Midway." Go to Jolin.soii & Stege If 'you wnnt your suit pressed nnj you hat cleaner. They will give sat isfaction. Qlvo them a trial. Next door to Journal ofllce. SnleiuV Pride Tho Ln Corona cigar Is a homo pro duction and ono to be proud of. Try ono and seo. Von Xever Was mpro cntUlloij in yenir llfo thnn whon you had ordered your groeerlti from J. M. Lawrence. You knew they would bo O. K. Phone 311. O O O O O O O O o PKHSOXW. MHXTIOX O And O O Movements People. O O O O O f O O fl Snlem O 9 o at. th has gone o Pattern Hats and Novelties I 1NOI.UD1NG OUK OWX CUBA. TIO.NS, DllGXIU) AXD TU1MMJW 11Y MISS VICTOUIA 3LISKK, WHO 11,18 JUST HKTUKNKI) FIIOM T11K WST. YOl'U 1XSPKOTIOX IS SO. LIPITKD. J- a;;l I 1908 Mrs. P. E. Fullerton i LEADING MILLINER 211 North Ctamercial Street SIew, OreK H4niniiiiitiiiitniiHHiimM f ttitiiimm tirf-i----l--.--4s O o o Joo Flnloy went to Jefferson qn buslnoss yosterday. Oovernor Chninberlnln Is nttond- Ing tho fair nt'Bclo. MIbi Mndrre SoollRrd U beach on nn outing. Miss Edith Malcom Newport for an outing J. H. Albert left fop TltlnmnnU In. day on aishort business visit. Mrs. Bonnie Ling Is visiting with friends In Sclo for a foy aays. Ian Tarploy ti In Albany trans acting buslnost for a short jtlme. Mllo Thompson and wife aro In Kugeno visiting for n few days. Miss Kitty Moores has returned from a week's visit in Portland.' George Sargent and family have gone on an outing to Newport. Mlaj Francis Scott has returned from n visit with fr(ends In Albanv Miss Florence Houston is spend ing her vacation with friends In Eu gene. Mr. and Mrs. S. D Davidson Is ai Cascadia onlnvin. . '.-. . . ng Or. W. F. Skiff and family have returned from, an nantlng at New port. J W TlUUn, of Vancouver, was r- jctlng bnHnes In this city e Vr and Mrs 1C." R.' McReynotd r vittiug Albany friends for a M. N AVToUrJghWand family .hao & JfttSfipcrtCirv'jlt- friends f.oi a cjujjIo of days -urney 0. O. nit land, arrived ln " (J a5tbU8(ne8!.fn. :. emal Walter Miles ha ret! , land ftrtr . !?.ret,ttHdl .;.," neeKa tuu ".. vr, u, n. Mn- . Mrs. S. Miles nf t,Zr. IngatthehomeofMlsaK .l for a fow days. V, Mrs. Ella Parker ie(t . DOrt VOfrtnrrln.. 4. " '4r .u. .u fth-M. wtlng by the sea " Mrs. Charles Brant Wrtfn hnnnnH iiuoauuKura for V to join tho pleasure . "miiuurn. nr i.... : Oregon, 13 In th& cIl 1 business and vlsltlnP m ''i Mis Kfrnmell Warren Si vltln rrn . .. lla Of """ -"" is the Roett , Kitty Moores for a few diV , Mrs. O.W.Hunt went i todny for a fow week' ftj .uiuiivea una iriends. Mrs. E. Restln and f..J Albany visiting wlftn-fe-JI luiuiivva tor a row dy. Tim Titlooo. tr-i -..- ...u.,v0 ..unnne aai huiiub urnveu in thlt ,i,. day and will entor the Catkoa uiuy iiuru. Mfn Ct-.l t a...d. nuu nejser and chili nveu inst evening from c, Or., to join her husband who muiaieu in aalem. Ray Homhorton and Ma uumuviiuii accompanied h uuruuiy uoio, nave gone beach- on nn outing. Chn8. Llvesley went to this morning to meet hli fn hnvo boon visiting at VapA polnt3 for the past three t O. Warren, n marhinitt Portland car shop3, arrlrtl dny morning to visit for a Uv with frlonds. Clyde Fields, a Portland t has takon tho placo of Rob tens on tho ynrd engine hen Southern Pacific. Presldont P. L. Campbt',!. univorsity of Oregon, vt looking after business miffi nosdny. Joy Young and w fc re'n their homo in Port'and u, nftor n short visit here irltl and relatives. R .0. N'uttor of Oregon 0: this city transacting butlct few days. Mr. Nutter n tt with tho Portland Lumber ei L. II. Geer of Corvallli li city making arrangements I his stock at the State Ftlr Geer will exhibit two fir I cattlo this year. Mr. nnd Mrs J 0 Phe! woro married yo terdsjr loft on their honeymoon trip Thoy woro nccompanJed br )I Huntor nnd tho party will Albany. Mlsi Lois Mart'n, dangh'f and Mrs. W. W Martin, hair to her homo here a'tcr a visit spont wlh ho' rui"' Gross, In Eugene Gotlean VdaiiH it Mr Kan., nnd G Adams 't Wash., are vl-'tirg a te . tho lattor's daughter Ma W, Smith, nt 1907 Owen " Mrs. Frod WlgRlna arn from Newport where- the i nlonsant outing Sho horo tho remainder cf the i alio will go to he- home iBh, Wash. I. .1. Vnlenllno a"4 i turned to their home l voHtnrtinv nft?r an extenW with Mr. Va'entUi reV and M:. L Wcvrf 03 Llborty street, IM'SSIAX PltFNCI SS AV HX1I.1M0S11 rJ Q TnAMhnri7. Sfl,v' 1 d of boinu n member d Honarv croun oreanlifJ tvr M pose of changing the eMm at niiBslan oflal Hfc 'f"0 androvnn TchernlsW b tt MONEY TO K THOfl. ' over Udd & Dod' BBfc. Norwteb Union Fke InsflfiMICe, t,r.b Mrwllih. He ' Ofilce with Wn Bro ' fl Commercial vrvn STARR PI' HIGH CLASS r.FO. r. WW NEW TOM drlrUJ H Wanted A gentle Phone 1359 - a-ii. Several BOM4 ", ' aa4 farm'andsat1' Hal NaUonal - -,:rraT' A.mrt-titlrf H""" 570 X 0- 1J11' ! ' ' """""""" ' i! " f 11 1 H 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I it 1 1 1 1 . i tit and lr- G A ThorP arrived ' " ' " ' ' winter In this city Millinery Apply l onc'