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1UILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALM, ORSG9H, vKinAY, 8SPTSKBK1R 14, 1WW.
11, III 111 ft .ii'n6? pru i a mu added an So! a or thrill to tho part that did not legitimately neiong to It. A ked If her so-called soul-kla-j wn3 the real thing or only a Btngn deluB on of the audience, she de clined to enter Into the detullJ or give iP.nv Illustration of her method to tho reporter, or even on the race or ner i engenue, Mls3 Sadie Green, who was ; p csent at the Interview. "Dogb .lot the leading innn tire of that sort of thins?" was asked. "Go a 1: him," said the wl'cy Miss Hari)"v. Or aa; r-- nu unnu, saia Georgia. "Allow me to present Col. Hnrper, ' m she1 IntrniMced a tall, an gular gentleman, who plays the part ill v l'nln or low comedy parts and rings romantic songs between acts. E'.it the husband smiled a smile of wl dom, expressing confidence In his wife's abl'lty to do hor part Ju3t nbout right, and declined to venture ... inline lady explanations of whether tho deep. Ha "' e. . nies the d?P Innrt salon left on the audience ' It that OCCUPl" l" u..- ,ilf,i..,. -ntnnnn ..! U ' .. .Alf tlMM! P MI'3 l.UI Fll 13 " ' J wv.. V IS" L.nA IS Wlft ". .. ' . Mln.1 MainM n- thn ronl . .jrl UV"fv ...Af nn TI1P ' I- U u iwi mis " '. w.v. .. 6- il W $ Gl.rtSS M SILfM THE MARKETS ilia " w reputation for wllfc BWrnjifjIBaKaBBSBIK I I i 8 mmm T-maMMMHnHlHliaSMHnMnMiKkJJ : : . MmmmwnKwmm Chicago Receipts. Chicago, 111., Sept. 14. Recolpts, hogs, 21,000; cattle 31,000; Bheep, 3G,000. HogB opened Be higher; left over Saturday, 3300; receipts a year ago, 33,000. Mixed, $6.00 6.30; heavy, $7.00 7.30; rough, heavy, $6.606.90; light, $6.607.20. Cattle, 10c lower; sheep, weak. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 14. Re ceipts, hogs, 5000; cattlo, 26,000; sheep, 18,500. Omaha, Sopt. 14. Receipts, hogs, 4400; cattle, 5400; sheep, 4300. WK ',' Km k tf t SS& r - Ai.flW f'JSAwllWK'MBHylfll-L-ljZ - - a SAN FRANCISCO RIARKETS. (United Trow Leased Wire.) San Prancloco, Sopt. 12. Wheat, No. 1 California club, por cental $1.674 1.70; California "whlto Austrllan, $1.75 $1.80; northern bluestem, $1.72 1.80; northern club, $1.674; Inferior grndes of wheat $1.50 1.60; red $1.65 (Jp 1.7214, Barley Peed barley, $1.30 1 35; common to Talr. $1.25 1.30; brewing at San Francisco nominal at $1.45 1.55; Chovallor, $1.50 l GO, according to quality. Egg Por dozen, California fresh, Including casos, extras, 3Sc; firsts, 3211) seconds, 2CV4; Eastern soloct d 22c; Eastern firsts 25c; Eastern srcoudi, 23c; thirds, 20c; storngo, 29c. Butter Por pound, California fresh extras, 32; firsts, 2Cc; boc- , ondB, 22c; thirdy, 20c; Enstcm e.- iras 25c; packing No. 1, 21&e; do No. 2, 19c. New choose Per pound, Cnllfor j n'n firsts, fancy,, 1 1 V4 c; flrst, 1 0 V4 c, j seconds, 9V4c; California Young i mrrlca, fancy, 1214 c; firsts. 12c Baotorn Oregon, fancy, 13c; do Young America, fancy, 14 c. Potatoes Per cental, River whltos ( nck fanov. 7$5c: poor. i r.n ft-70c: Snlinas DurbftnkB, $1.25 ,155; Karly Rose, 75S5c; awdol motatops. sacks, lc: crntos. mc . - . - . . A OnloiiA Per sncl:, yoiiow, wy. 55c. Ornnj(i Por $2.00S 3.50. I'l ' 1 " "' l 14' M V I ' 'I' mammmmmmm .'ymmmmmmmmmmmmmm lk. tm kI rax 'slI rT if I llill 1 VI I m W II II t 1 KWSMflf r SCIItOSt B8UH. CO. X IA 9KJ rin Cllh Un l l I Fall Garments Hundreds of pcoplo are looking Into our show windows theso days viewing tho Fall Styles, Rnd wo hear many admiring comments on tho beauty and excellence of our new clothes i But after all It takes tho Man insldo tho Clothes to sot them oft to the best advantage. Tho live, moving personalities only can bring out tho potabilities of tho graceful lines and elegant fabrics of such garments. Suits in Single and Double- Breasted Fall Models $10, $15, $20 . Up to $30 Wo now tnkd tho creatCBt plcnsuro In bIiowIub "to stylo fenturos nk fabrics to Men who nro interested in and who apprccinia goon uiuimhb. G. W. JOHNSON & CO. HI Commercial Street wu (IKOIHA HAItPI'!!, IN RKVKUT'-'" I I. H ',,-nal mrN in a ti'rriblv hisd nt tho am tlu" '"al lot i riii ni! tnunner but- iiu- 1t vul (tlsr 1, MKcIul... b., a , r -e -i 'i It -s a'don u klsr In such " v it wed uy n l-f-yrfo- gp dialled that lio . r . .. ' - i vnr J wldo. So 'ie r-'nmt" cauie i-vnv as much in uf f'.trk as.be ore, nnd thoro is noth- s. .; It but a pair of good opora -" . r v good 8 "i at tho Grnnd Mondnv night, when MIs Hnroor opoiiB hor engagement nt tho Capital City. box, Valenclua, PORTLAND MAHKGTS Portland, Or., Sopt. S. -Butter extra crenmery, 3031c; fancy, , 27,4c; store, 18c. Butter fnt Dollvoroy f.q.b. Port land, hwcot cream, 2830c; sour, 2627V4 per lb. Ekks Local best, 27c; ordinary, 26; largo lots', 1 c less; onitcrn 26c; local storage, 24 & 25c. Qhoojo Full cream flat, trlplot nnd dairy, 144; YounAmoriona', 15 Vic. Poultry Mlxod oh'okom, 12 4; fancy hens, 13c; roostom, old, 0c: fryers. 14 15c; .broilers, 14 15; per lb.; goose, spring, 14c; turkeys, alive, 17c; spring duckB, l3iao por lb.; pigeons, $1.25 do.; drossea poultry, l14c por lb. hlglior. Hops 1908 crop, 08c por lb. Wheat Buying prlco now, trade i Portland chib, 89 90c; bluottom.j D3f 04c; forty fold, 9001.c; rod, 87SS; Wlllamotto valloy, 90c. Mill etuft Selling prlco, bran $20.50; middlings, $31.50; shorts, $29; chop, $21 29 por ton. Flour Soiling prlco, natorn Ore gon pntontB. $4.85; atrnlghtB, $4.05 4.55; exports, $3.503.70; val lev. J 1.45: graham, ono-fourtlH, $4.40; wholo wheat, $4.G5; ryo, 5s, t f 5,50; bales, $3. FruBh fruits Ornngoii, $4 4.50, bnnanos 5 4o por pound, crated; lomons, $4.50 06.25 box; grnpo fruit, $4 4.50; prlnoapplos, Ha waiian, $3 3.50 dozen; cantnloupJa $11.75; blackborrloB, $1; poacher 5085o; poara, $11.25. Grapes 75c $1.50 watormol ono, $11.50 cwt.j casaban, $2 2.25 do. . O" DoWltt'a Little Early RlBorB nro small pills, caBy to tako, gentlo and i suro. tsna uy au aruBuiuiH. Itmlr.t of I.IIh'iIv TllCiltl't' ht iuKu' rltiulc play liouao tier I' i p t oii1tl not hold the 1 It t i the H)iit il-'l' V0"t i i iti-"l ind ( Kr-at ad- hi-vl hv th it 'lint hat vet Pacific coast. i p t with Imclntr. ,.il r'lonit work iv's w i nil of in nn-l entertain- " ill IW")V h .i I'c-ifo. The ir'Xt'r'9 ih rurialii liv MIm f r br 8 utiI recalls, and i ffi n nr t-MH perionnur 1 f ioc1 MRiitiKor Ber- nd"i?htci with the way ov- th1 off aid seemod to v" "-"wd" V 'y iiroud of LVrT and d'tlnre- It U tho M home of the kind on tho T8 proprietor, Hon. Potor a "oi-d 'if hu llttlj goni ' p.i nm innntr fiitlittr nf '"f biT and received many -a-lflAn MM 1.1- MH. I.- "' uu iu ciuuriiriau. HI. $3000 IX M TIIIQIOISK GIOIS li l' na-dno r., Set 14. irjf -rfh!ni 1v f ik.uu WriBj tlranparj uh.. -. 1... V )Tft -ftl. n 'HAi f ,..m - . v C .-VW ui mi f ci from iha Wruv.1 a rv.r..- 'tl m.net In th.. hill, i.nou nr In Ti,a ,m. ... -"" -v , Ui, wa, overpowered ;w, s iae valuable stonos unowulton the mining , ,lu t t-ea g founl the , " lP3r and the cache omp- fSWJSttSlJ"d.?w': tg,, ,, - -h, utiu jneu wuro s t on on the trall of tUo Itorlvl ;,,rinKeri Uo vere S'th0.reiyesrdn-.a'0 " .uuucrj ; C.IR cni.T.mi.'-c . W,T AMniLANCK rirt.,?u? Ro?rt Dooufner. V?.twMai u In a nro- -Whin . . -- vi iae ucf-'aent !,l4,h4LeniJl0u,(lef "lade Ll,liirt?!: T?e aiabulance fcrTT'l tali v. . dltlon. The Mirgeon attcn-llng snld today thoy had but llttlo hope for hU rocovory. Goorao FJshor, tho niotormnv, h under arrest. TWO A I'TO MISHAPS l! IS ANGKLKS I.o Angalcs. Cal., Sit. 14.- VM l'am Hunting Cooper, Miss Lulu '"llff nn.l Charles McFarlnnd nre a'l In n crltlcRl condition todnv m tho nut of two automobile accldonts y?ter dav In which the nutomohllos w going ?'ar,-ly rrd wa,c bit by oloctrlc ca-s nolng at h'gh rate of speed. Cooper and Mle Cliff were hurled Mvern! fee '"hen an electric car htt ' niomnlil'e n which thoy wore r'd'ujc, and that neither were killed wp- fxhirhrtg, McFnrtand's mt'onwhllo wnB hit by o speedln car and pitched Into a nearby vard. He received broken rlbg, a broken arm nnd Intornal In juries. It Is reported today that ho has but n slight chnnco of recovery. ACTORS AHHKSTKI) FOR "PIRATING" San FrnnolBco, Cal., Sopt. 14. L. R. Stookwell, veteran nctor and mnn ger, and Norvnl MacGrogor. an ac tor, nro propnr'ng todny to fight out the first ca'o of Infringement of copyright over brought horo In con nection with the production of n May. The two men wero indicted by tho federal grand Jury, ai rested and released on haP. They sav th7 will nht the cn-o to tho last ditch. Stoekwell and MacGregor managed Nanco O'Noll on hor Inst appearance In this city, whon sho nlnyod "The Flrea of St. .Tohn." and It is this play that thev nro recused of hav'ng "rlrated " Charles SwJckurd. a singer now In the Perrso-Mnson Opera Company, Ib the complaining witness. He claims that Miss O'Noll piayea nis vuriou of the play, and that ho warned her not to 8tago the pleco. Stoekwell calms that he had to rewrite tho pjay, and that an infringement of copyright was not committed. Don't Forgt-t That during the fair you can get those choice Chinook Salmon, alo oysters and clams at Farrlngton's, the State street grocer and marKot man. Lrvt Cur Arrived Saturday a 50-foot car arrived In...,..! ...I. I. nlnnna nn.l nrPAllA fOr I Geo. C. Will, the piano and sewing r,,nt.i.. ,ioin. TViftan Iniitriiments ).UV1IIC UCUICI. ,.,. .---- are the flrat lot of a variety of pianos on.) nrtrana nil rfh O P(1 ntl his late trlP . Po.t nnrf ffiuimo.i tn he houKBt very .cheap, and iavltes all who think of w, ,Hiwmiiiii'iiiii"""i""""""lll"",1"H"l""""""""""""Ht ALL OREGON Is Cordially Invited To boo tho host and lnrgot exhibit of vehicles and farm machinery nnd Implements over shown at any fair Tho exhibit Is almod to Include everything needed on tho modern and up-to-dnlo farm. You will find this superb exhibit In tho nmohlnory building to tho loft, olosa to lhomaln entrance gate, at tho Oregon State Fair You will see there some of tho latest and bo.t things-Bomo of them not & nt "" fa,r You I '. will see there n potato digger that cleans and sacks the potatoes. Your altpntlon.Mea to the big hay ; ; baler, to the gasoline eng.no display, to tho wagon display, nnd tho display of vehicles. But you must see . . to appreciate. To particularly would bo Invidious Buporflulty. From the Salem Branch This superb display ti mtde up at the Salem branch, with tho exception of two carload of thojhaay- j j lor articles. We tako prldo In inviting every Oregon farmer to see and examine this flno display, It will .. bear inspection, aB a whole, and as to each Individual part. & Mitchell, Lewis Staver Co. F. f. Cary, Mgr. Salem Branch, 21 1-237 State St. M ti : A Mmiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiinniiiii"""-""""""""""'!"""1' "Irf il kiiV1" epfner anJ u If kla slctk)M Bd PrIC6S iiiiiii'iniiiii o sot tubsUatlate his clalaas.