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Hat Pins made out of Bui Akvi"S Infy Real j J j Roses I Real Rose Hat Piiis ? it ilea ftW iueip powlblo, yet It U into, m tHiilthtwt Hnt Pint are made ohi Of res! i ir nvvivmf vmmjfuu cfiiirrijr inio incut n HyR9CetffBeM.&fMervlri(revArvl. tall pc the ree from which each rlu Ti MH net lrok, and wlllhttt uiacovery u without lr'vf, This , e .... . ' aaam ' Br .bbv: " aaaBB .aflBBBBBBBBBaBBBBA. HbW ktUUmmMMr bbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbmP imIIHL V HHaH tBBeTiK' v kaBBaHM - HBfHi B HK-ISBCoHn S'39f k3 "l "XHbbbbbbbbbb HHHaHMHHBiHaBmHH aaV'Saw- .aSfVafesIaBBBBBBBBm MaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr ' " BBaB H ;CMibi fin oj the lorn arts of tho mccn t !B ofallltatl'kf. No wo are alike, i'ln- t iiiisti in iiva cpisr ijvsHllna isMhlon '4 y i d.fromtr which an 'f metituM JjlKil In fiva cw;r,io conform to th unona in i' niiruMinoi lqthf'illl(fownlovvr Thrii4nru niatie bytheKt'iHilno1'DF.t,A.MOTMi " tnllllnrcv. Afjiln thoM.ial'vkt row bud crpl iffx:r H.o onlynrovT.11 hy uiicn roM can be Perfectly won't wty m liruiioi'lrtiliii. ri Mjt.lllCd Ruflf M(K tlnl lns' lii Hip parw ti1l(JJ 71 flip ?U, Wo (mvft the r-"filvo -omtfifjrtiiUi y. b'rtu cy4ilbit In our v iw now of 1. 1 WonJoiiul cirvry. rJhteiftwf&Hlzi wrwxwn rfwwm rasa Children's and Misses' Peter Pan Reefers and Normal College Clothes the new "Oregon Coat," navy blue, and cardinal, with Oregon buttons. Without a doubt this is the best line of vnnno' folks' crhonl rnthtz ottr A brought to the city. The assortments are large and the styles are varied. SEE COURT STREET WINDOW After Electrical Trusts. (United Pres reused Wlnu.) New York, Sept. 19.Tho leaWbgf flgiirea Ih the electrical world will bo lndloted for forming and mnlntaltflns an unlawful trust, if the Investigation by tho federal grand Jury, which came to Ught today, results as reports say that It will. President Roosevelt ordered the'lu qulry, which has been conducted quietly, and was not known to he nubile until today. The managers of the General Electrical Companv and six other concerns have been sub jected to the closest examination. Enough ovldenco to warrant tho In dictment of six predominant figures already Is In the" hands of the grani Jury, It Ib said, but It has been deemed advisablo to postpone action, and take furthor testimony, pending tho securing of documentary ovldenco. It Is reported also that there Isa eorlous delay In pushing the case on account of the Injury it-might do tho party In tho present campaign. ', The matter was brought to the at tention of the President by Attorney Qeneral Donaparte, and when Roose velt obtained a goneral understand ing of the alleged facta, ho at onro j oruorcu inu luuurui iiuiuuriuua iu mnko a most thorough and searching examination, and follow It up with vigorous action, If tho revelations should warrant further procedure It !s alleged that tho six big elec trical firms have a complcto monop oly of all tho electrical business In thl "ortlon, their Interests having her" px'enried Into almost all branch- f lied business. It Is further CHILD OF atlLLIONAIltE OARJEI) $pH BY PRII?8T3 (United i'ress Leased Wire.) Denver, Colo., Sept. 19. Admit ting that he fears tho child was kldV tnaped, Father J. A. Ryan, assistant pastor of St. Leo's church, Is today making preparations to place 8-year-old Arvllla Bell, daughter of Mrs. Cora Dello Dartlnie, in St. Scholnstl cai Academy, at Canyon CJty. , Fath er Ryan took tho child out of tho de tention homo yesterday. The transfer was mado by Father Ryan, at a consultation with Secre tary Whitehead, of tho State Bureau of Child and Animal Protection, and the little girl's mothor, both of whom consented to the move. The little girl, whom tho mothor insists is the child of T. M. Barnsdall, Pittsburg millionaire, will bo given the be3t rearing and education possible. "I believe tho mothor is a victim of circumstances," said Father Ryan, "She Is undoubtedly a woman of ex collont training and education, Ixut she has met with hard luck in being wedded to this man Martlnle, whom I am convinced Is bad " es cha gr thnf Hio combine 1ins a work ing rg cotnont regarding prices and fixes a ul controls rates, competitors having boon put out of business. Genuine Heather-bloom PettlcMiU In a larf assortment of stylos and colors, usually otd for 2.D0. Our ndvanct) Fall Spoclul Thoro nro about olght iloxon in tho lot, so tho early one will got thorn, $1.85 SUIT CASES Nothing like it ovor shown In Sa lem, (lonulno Cowhldo, with Btrnpu all around, shirt fold In lid with four strnps, brill bond handles, equal to most i7.f0 cases 6old elsewhere Ad vanco Fall Special $5.00 " ' ,mrmrrTrrr-rr??T?rzL- . h 2 Pair Ladies' Fine Ulnck Uygrado IIouo; a regular 20 value. Opening Spoclnl 2 pair for 25c ffl&J&4&X4. t rjm wwn mrvtwrjp WTHX. lllHHf! f-:H-K-r-fl fCity News! aro homo production. Try one you will find tlicy Unvo no oqunl 1 1 1 1 1 n i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 n in WcAtlicr lMrtYimt l'Hlr toHlght nml rjiituluy. -I Hhvo For Sulc A pploiidid mnlvorslty library tub 10 about Cxi 2 In nlto, for sno chonp. 0. L. Mol'euk, 1,70 South Uommoroliu' trcot, 0 Threo roaspns for buying OlovolauiVi Baking Powdort ( , Suporlor Quality (Pure Cream ol Tartar). f, Noatoit PackiiKO (Screw ton ouu). Uoat l'rlco (3 lbs. ft (S bs. $1.05). Do Yoti " Llko to soo ontorprlio and progroi. IvuhcibT Whou you buyaf a ntpr,o (lint ,doca not advartlio you oncour ngo nou-progrenlvenvsi. la,ck of ou 'erprlso. 1 Hhvo l-r Bali ; ' A splondld iu,lveruUy lllj,rnry table, aboiit 5x12 luaUe, for unto, cheap. 0. h, Wol'eok, 170 .South Commercial treet. It "rHr.lHtotvt". (lot h mild grip qiyoupuough to Hdnc you to roAd the ads, MU Aft ly Klr WMk at Woman's Kxchnngo. 418 Oaurt trwt, t-ia-7t VlllHJit, hat rcmnno'd teaching, auit will roite puplln In vloln ud fiHiewbl playlnR Morjday of each wook, nt (Mo jvsldoncd o( MP, Bald wIh, focH'Ot Court, street. Phono 1181. 0-18-St I Uvj I'Vt'Suli A apUn4(d sutlvMlty library tablo. kbout xl3 In vise, tor unlo cheap. O. JU McPt'oW, 170 8outh Commorclnl win w Mmm HriK-r Stoop. Will kQ open at 7 a. m. and cloia at S p. t). oxcapt Wednesday, all fai 1(k. 9-U-lw, "Iheld up'and I Unv lr Stilt - A splondld mnlvorslty library table, nbout 5x12 In slr.6, for sale ohoap. O. Ii. MoPook, 170'Sputb Commorclhl s'trnet. Miss Lillian Hardwlck, of this city, has gono to Tolinuon to begin her du ties In tho school of that placo, as primary toucher. ' COMPROMISE IN MILL DITOIf MHinOK SUIT 'An agreement in tho matotr of tho railroad brltlgo ovor tho North. Mill creok ditch was nforhod yostorday af ternoon between 4ho 8alem Flouring Mills Compnny nud tho Orogon Eloe trlo Compnny; tho Injunction wit filed a Bhort tlmo ngo will bo with drawn, and tho wholo question, as far as (lie two corporations nro con cerned, will bo.tottled out of court. This Is tho program according til tho offlclalis tinjl attorneys of tho flour Injc mills and tho Ullrosd. Tho pro Bram, however, IcJiveB (ho oily out of consideration, nndjtho agreement was roachodwlthout rjonsultlng tho city. Tho city still has 4 motion In the cir cuit court asking that It ho named as a civdefondnnt with tho Oregon Wle. trio In tho injunction suit. If the In Juuo(on suit Is withdrawn the c)ty will have to proceed along a now Hho. It Is tho avowe liUontlun of Ike mayor and tho majority of th cowt oil to have tho ditch dfHarod a pwb-. Ho nulsanc, an (ho beM.othod of procetnktro, under the circumstance, will probably bo Jdotermtuod at, the next mooting of tht council. r. - ROBBED OF $35 WASHINGTON TAX VALUES INCRKASn 900,000,000 (Pnlteil I'rfKS Leniicil Wire.) Olympln, Wash,, Sept. 19. Fig ures Just mado public by the tax board of ,tho stato of Washington In dlcato that tho aB:csscd valuations of nil proporty In tho stnto this year ng grogatos $784,000,000 nn Incrcapo of about $200,000,000 over tho coun ty board aggregate assessments of laat year. Real proporty Is roturncd this yea" nt about $127,000,000 moro value than In 1007. Tho tax commissioners say that a good sharo of tho Increase U duo to the higher rate at which timber lands Jinvo boon valued. WILIIl'It WIlimiTTO CONTINUE FLIGHTS Lomans, Franco, Sopt. 19. In tho face of tho dliastor which occurred to tho aoroplano of OrCllIo Wright and reunited n tho denth of his assistant, Lloutennnt Solfrldgo, a number of porsoiiB today offered to accompany his brother, Wilbur Wright, who will mnko anothor (light Monday. Wright rotalns groat 'faith In his Invention, nml nnnouncod today that ho would mnko no ohnngo In tho con struction of his noroplanc. Ho consld- Tho first robbory that has occurred or8 tho nccldont -to his brothor's ma - r A n Jtm Tm aJn'Ia Cra cHiar DIKI). FISHRUUN At tho Salem hoipltal, nt 3:30 Saturday morning, Septem ber ID, 10S, of quick consump tion, Austin KUhtturn. Tho funeral services will bo held at his mother's rosldonco on North Commercial street, at 8: SO tomorrow, Sunday afternoon. Intormont (n City View cemetery. slnco tho oponlng of tho fnlr occurrod at 9:40 o'olofik last night, on East Stato Btroot, when Frank Frooman, a Btato fair visitor from Tillamook, was hold up at t1io point, of a gun nnd ro llovoVof 3C worth of valuables. Freoman ropbrted tho holdup to tho police laBt night, but so far thoro Is no duo to tho Identity or whore nboutB of tho robbora. Freoman Bald that ho was walking east on Stnto street, and wai almost dlreotly In front of tho utoro on Twelfth street wlum two men walked out from tho dnrknoss ami ordered him to stop. Ono of thorn hold tho rovolvor while tho other wont through Frooman's pockets. It is prolmblo that tho rob bers left on tho p:BC overland. p-- HEALTH liOAUl) CENSURES FAIR SANITATION Tho Stato Board of Health today Inapectcd the atato fair grounds and cuiiuuumuu tno saniury arrange ments In sovero terms. Thoy pc aonally Inapoctea tho closet facllltlos, and pronounced them filthy and eu tlroly Inadequate for tho comfort and cloanlnce,of the pooplo. Dr. VVU. MQ took tho other lmomberqt tho board, R, O, Yonnoy, Andrew q, amlth, J, 0. Smith A PendlotcmanI E. B. Tlckell of Grants Pans, to tho fair grounds In his auto, and they went ovor the promises thoroughly, and. will make a report to tho legislature that will make that body wlpo out tho present prlmatlvo arrangements, nud spend about ten thousand plunks on wator closets. ' chlno wna rnusod by dofectlvo mato- rial, and not to any fault In tho Una of Its construction. Several Roseburg buMuesa men who kavo been ncomod of vlolatla the 8uaday closing law, hY'rc tr4. tkrMUalag lattara t4 "Tlw LtNMPid,' llltYCK IX) RETIRE AS AMBASSADOR (United rreM t.eued Vlr.i I-ondon, Sopt. 19 James Bryco's retirement from the British embassy tal line into San ai wnsningion is expected hero to follow speedily the Inauguration of President Roosevelt's successor at the White House. An attachment has been Issued against Booth A.Coaspaay, packers at As-tork, for aWvt U,I. TWO-CENT HATE INJUNCTION TAKES EFFECT St, Louis, Mo., Sept. 19. Tho tem porary Injunction grantod by Feder al Judge Trlbor, of Llttlo Rock, to tho Kansas City Southern rnllway, ro Btrnlnlng tho Kansas railroad com missioners from enforcing tho freight tariff law and tho two-cent passongor rnto law, Is offectlvo today. Tho court required tho railroad company to oxecuto a bond guaran teolng roparatlon in nil cases of over charging, provided that tho court In the final hearing decides In favor of complainants. The railroad Is required to Issue to each passongor a coupon with tho tjkot showing tho price paid, and to qach Bhlppor of freight, showing the amount he would have paid if no In Junction had boon Issued. 8hould th Injunction bo dissolved tho road must ! return utw uinercnce to passengers uM shippers, with interest. ' ; - l!ftm NORTHERN PACIFIC TERMINAL FOR 'FRISCO Sa.n Francisco, Sept 19.U U ru-m-ed In railroad circles today that the purchase of a site of 1200 acres of twa.tor front on tho San Francisco bay. 'across from tho mooring of deep water vessels, Is In reality a move on tho part of tho Northern Pacific to secure a terminal In this city. The purchase was mado ostensible for tho Hoatllng railroad, which is announced to be a morger of several small railroads In this state. "This railroad will practically be terminal for a future trana-coutlnen- Francisco," Bald Masager Charles W. ContUh today, and It la this statement that Is puz zllag railroad men. Talc nnd Its Manifold Uses. Talc and sonpstono aro found In nearly all of tho Atlantic slopo states and In many of ithom tho deposits aro so favorably located as regards transportation and markets nB to make their development profitable During 1907 such quarries woro op prated In Georgia, North Carollmt, Vlrglnln, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Now York, Now Jersey, Rhode In land, Massachusetts and Vormont Now York, which formerly had tho distinction of bqlng tho largest pro ducer of laic In tho United States, was In 1907 forced to glvo first placo to Virginia, whoso product reuroBontB about 41 per cont of (the totnl value. Deposits of talc and soap stono occur In several of the woitorn stntcs also, but present con ditions ns regards transportation and markets aro not Budlclontly fav orable o Justify development except in California. Tho product of tho quarries varies from pure foliated talc to tho hardei stcatlto or soapstono. For uso in tho art It Is cither powdorcd or sawed Into slabs or manufactured. Info vnr lous articles. Tho powdorcd or flour talc Is used In tho mnnUfnc ture of emcIi dlvorso products as fire proof paints, electric Insulators, cov ering for etonm p'pc, foundry fac ings, dynamite, paper, toilet powder, lenthor lubricators and sonp. Tho soapstono, not powdorcd, Is used In tho mnnufneturo of hoarth-stoncB, furnace linings, laboratory tables, Jnundry tubs, ovons, foot wnrmors and many other nrtlcl03 of everyday uso. Somo of tlii puror varieties aro manufactured Into pencils nnd gas tips, tho 'talc suitable for such usos bringing a higher prlco than any other producod In this country. By far tho largar nunibor of talc nnd ronpstono qunrrlos aro oporatod or controlled by tho manufacturers, nnd only a comparatively small part of tho output Is sold in tho crudo stato. In 1907, howovor, an unusual ly largo proportion of tho produc tion was Bold In tho crudo condi tion. Tho quantity sold In 190C was 15,211 short tons, having an nv orngo value of $2.G5 per ton; in 1907 tho mnrkotod production of rough or unmanufactured soapstono was 25538 tons, at nn average price of $1.3G; so that whllo the quantity sold exhibited a gain of 10,327 short tons, or about CO per cont, the total vnluo docreased $5712. The nverngo prlco for ground soapstono was tho samo In 1907 as In 1906, but prices for manufactured or partially man ufactured materials wero higher. Geological Survey. 8HOOT8 GIRL AND V MMto fUalted rre LeW Washkoo. win 771 "Hi holding a n0Bo k.j1- making a , deBDen,,.-W Smlttf. CO years old, J down todav ,i ..,'?" . w IMUCPfl t.j. .On tho nJmr, . ...7 uuqri .C)u w, nav. ., Julius Grabow and hPr ."0t ga, last night, and tlZl? ously wounding SherlrfaeCd Mrs. Grabow. who.. ... head thl-eo times, I8 dying iJI charged with hnvin . . bow 'homo and to have m mothor nni) n 1 . .VUI4 Tho news of tho attack on .J: and girl aprcad rapldlr mj ... jLrn.uuuu went to the Smith Wnn ttrnlllnr. .. - .. , ..M.h,iK .ur nIm, . ist:22r- ?!.!". .ilMhootlng of Sh Dwk arousUko wholo coramm.! posao formed and starts " house. Smith, in ho imM-l . barricaded tho house, clotw .', J .. .,, auu uours and by tb, uso of his riflo defied arret over tho posse camo into auu '"i uu ' men soon realise iu wouia no impossible to e him during tho night without, yureona Doing Killed. At diylfa howovor, tho posse Burrooai house and by a sudden dwh tk in on Smith. Whon ho saw he t bo killed ho surrendered. Tho posso found Mrs. QnU, , conscious, nnd thoro is no hops nvnr) rrt ma rrsu si in . . .w. .. ..,. xuu uiud gin vui on auontion, nnd It Is believed I alio will recover. Smith was sullen and uelrhii( gave himself up, and refuted tonal any statement to tho authorities. MWm 223 S. COMWKm T - MONEY TO LOAF THoa. k. rona )ver I Add & Duch's Baak.Salcni.C Norwich Union Fire Insurance . I'Tuiik M r'dltfi, Hi-Hltleni agert. j Olllco with Win Drown & Co., Hi 29 Commercial street. STARR PIANO HIGH CLASS GOODS GEO. C. WILL 1 NEW TODAY bmmmmmaaaamamatmwmmmBKatmmmmnmmKimm Fur Suit" Sovoral houses 'u Saleal nnd farm 'ands at a barxalo. CiH Ital National Rank -l-vI-l I Will Soil Couches. Davenports isl othor good j In .thut lino for WJti mntorlal. All In good cond:t!ojj not second-hand 323 Center it"', rnrnnr of Pntnnierrlal street Ofl A. Chapel. MM Tho Grants Pass council has passed an ordlnnnco prohibiting the salo of any fruits which aro not clean, free from worms and In a healthy condition Oregon Electric Time TMe. mi ' . -.i l....rlurli n! (uiiu oi Hrrivui juiu ui""" -j cars at Sajom Is as follows, ron-M' ami intermediate points Arrive Local J5:40 a in Exp-css 10:50 a. m Local 1:25 p. m. Expreas 4:20 p. m I "Pal 5r45 p. in Epre a S;20 p. in OCT Stoamors Pomona and Ottf leave for Portland dally except Sty day at 6 a, in, M. P. BALDWIN'. A Uvt 6 00 ; 9-OSa.n. 11.05 1. e. 1-15 n s-l 3 !St C 00P.JS- .Co, The well balanced man feeds a well balanced ration, works a well fealaNt farw. ad has a well bl ae4 Wak acct. I COME! LOOK! See how cheap we sell goods A lot of Iron beds, springs and mattresses, used one week at ( fair, will sell at a discount . , Cook Stoves Heating Stoves Somo of tho best bargains In theclty. Crockery And glassware dishes of all Vnda fimnlto ware, tinware. caos, telescopes. Always 1st the market for second-hand good. uaVt- O. L McPEEK I 1 70 Sow .orii M f .' if 1 -yr