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DAILY OATITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 106. .
J. L. STOCKTON The Old White Cornet fir?&s Just like a scholar In school, ambitious to get to tho head of the clas3," we have tolled and studied until now we are confident thnt this, store 'surpasses all others as n value-giving concern. Tho new goods, for Fall have been purchased with a view of pleasing our customers ' r we have, stud led their tastes and profited by It. The man who tries Is bound to succeed. And any one who ha i ever vlBltcd this store knows frail well that tho salespeople tried to plcnse them, and even though' 'they1 'did not buy, the management got an Idea from tho visit and has tried to profit by It. ft I I U I New Stiits ....v.. .hlnment of tho fnm- L Li Vogue" Suits has Just nr- . 7he styles u pum...." L7 attractive. $15 to $60 . New Fur Scarfs $2 A flno assort ment of fur neck scarfs, In the new styles. They look like $3.00 vnluos. Gordon Hats fa Particular Fellows $3.00 " $.25 Petticoats GO dozen black satlne and percallne pettlcortts, , alsj imitation tnffctas, the beat vales we have ever owned. Ileal Hydegrade Heather bloom Petticoats $.65 A good line to select from Hydegrade Heatherbloom Petticoats In better styles. $2.25 to $3.50 TIiIb lino Includes every wanted color from black to white. Silfc PcMcotts Those famous Wnterloo Un derskirts are here, In all col ors, Including blnc.k nnd white. $5.00 to $20.00 New Coats Long Coats with fitted backs nnd princess Btyles, lined with satin. Excellent values. $12.50 to $35 Fat Ses, Scarfs and Muffs $5.00 Drown fur trim, mod with headB claWB. Batty Shoes For Men Who Care $4, $5 Are You Ready for the "Rainy Season?" We're Showing Complete Liaes of : BOSTON RUBBERS and RUBBER BOOTS THOSE WHO'VE USED "BOSTONS" know they'ro tho most satis factory rubbers on tho market Tho LEATHER SOLE RUBBER BOOTS for spading nnd extra heavy1 wea. will vutwo.tr two pnlrrf of ordinary RUBBER BOOTS Fish Brand and Shield Brand Slickers Havo been tho standard for many years. THE NEW CRACK PROOF FISH BRAND SLICKERS In dark brow'n. color aro toftor and moro comfortnblo to wear than cither tho black or yellow col ors. Every Slicker gMnrnutcod absolutely waterproof. OUR LEATHER COATS for hard sorvlco can't bo beat. FULL LINE OF DUCK COATS and MAGIC INAWS. For dress wear wo CRrry tho Genuine "Priestleys" RAIN COATS In a full rnngo tot high grndo Rtyllsh fabrics. y' TRADE WARty Knit Shawls 50c to $5 Tho heavy knit shawls In Equnrce, woven In nil tho now pattonn, plain white, cream, black, gray and mixed colors, Bhndod pinks nnd blues. The Different Kinds 60c Umbrellas Two hundred umbrellas mndo of twilled Corola and cotton taffe ta. Fancy handles In endless va riety of patterns, such as you ini tially get on the' $1.00 kinds. Out Special Price 60c fcWIAIi m. in: r WOMAN mam: i:sy moxhy TxW Vtt Un Ire o Oil , Sept 21 Mrs. Mnr- KUftr, a blonde, aged 20, la litre today, facing a charge of i ui united States ma'ls is n-totthe operations of a lit Gonial bureau she conduct. Ijiie!f The officers declare fl done a lie business for I Ux yea's, and she will bo '! la exp-ain her bureau, fwrtrt of Mrs Wnldor camp I'f-.V. . J..1 ...... .. - . If. I Guthrie, Oklahoma. John- R"" 'B he made un agreo Rfceirr the woman and give T'oo ranch He wrote a fct amount and neglectod - alter his uamo. wai returnoii nni n '"branch placed the affair i 01 a local mnfttntilo exonerated and tho wo- ftS'tri tlalm thnt ohn l.- rr""s: to prospective "hus P "if for car fare and then Hni ... 11 FX'IGHTTA BCAniniwu.. CL?.1" Wire) KJ?"1. "After . undents had stood In .. Mnn u. .-. . KJ be,,eged the Poly- B't 5 vacancies in J7 '. and mora Mvv ? menl tfk?? 'eroay afternoon h"lJkl "Mmb,e,n front NaTi v?1.8 that there kttuL 8"aef applicants fcL??trbed ron. .n ii--. r. ' ". M ce- andP' &? " Tatro1'' 7 vmm xaa x. '-'4iir W8U h took . - wmiir i.. i. . Him,, . ' "" uKUlo mA5PUWBt8 btve ilii nllnrnnllvn nt ivnlHnr' IMlHl nnvt tu i.i.v ........ v w. ........p - . ; yenr to enter tho Poltochnlc Bchool or entering Loa Angeles high school, whore they will not have tho advanU ages of the technical course. n JAPS HADLY I1EATEX HY AVHITES IN SAX JOSE TTulted Prct Leased Wire.) San Jose. Cnl.. Sept. 21. Tho po lice aro today Investigating tho came of a mlnlaturo race riot which oc curred here last night, leading to tho arrest of three Japanese, K. Nagao, T. Nagao and I. Sato. Tho fight occurred when flvo Jap anese, on their way to tho First Pres byterian church, became Involved In an encounter with four white youthi. A mob came to tho assistance of the whites, and the Orientals were badly beaten and kicked before they made their escapo from the crowd. Twp or tho Japanese escaped unidentified. Rev. H. H. McQuIlken, of the Presby terian church, furnished ball for the three who were arrested, COl'UT HOUSE NEWS. irn"MB,TnT"w' lo o 0 Men's Underwear Tho kind that will koop you comforlnblo nt cxtromoly modornto prlceB. In our NEW LINE OF BLANKETS AND COMFORTS WQ offer you tho best vnluon oor shown In tho city, "Regular ritoros" can't match our prices. i OOOOOOOO PERSONAL MENTION CASCARA HARK ADVAXCINO Dmiaiul from Uu Eit Improv Xorthwcbt 1V1 LlKht. Thq days for cheap cascara bark are over. Tho market which nas oeen gradually Increasing In firmness for several monthi, Iibb now become Btrong, and with an active buying movement on the part of eastern consumers, there fs reason to believe that the upward trend of prices will continue, Tlje, peel lu the northwest this year was very light, dealers, estimating It at only 15 to 20 per cent of the nor mal output. Speculators are out se curing all the stumnago. they can, so that It Is not probable that the lor Real Estate Ik Quite Active Tiuck Dcliiuiut'iit October 5. DIU'XKEX 11LACKSM1TH KILLS imOTIlKP. Movement People. O O O o o of o o o Salem 0 O o o o o No courta In scbbIq nth Is week but Judgo Bushey In probate mnttorB. County Trcaiuror Mooro Ib paying caBh over tho pie counter. Attendance In tho county Jail In creased only ono during tho stnto fair. Ono city prisoner was addod Gardner Thomas, for stealing a har ness, making ten boarders. TaxeB will becomo delinquent the first Monday In October nnd tho sher iff's olTlco Ib busy. Sheriff Mlnto Is Jn Southern Oregon on a hunting trip. Geo. Dlnghnm, F. T. Wrlghtraan and W. A. Jones are in tho party. E. T. Moorea was appointed admin istrator of tho estato of O. 0. Spnrks Lwhn died at Sllverton. A will was probated today In the Win. Lick estate. Nancy Lee Is exec utor. Mrs. TJella H. Green, who hns been getting' 910 a month aid from tho county, has mortgaged her property, worth $1400, to the county, and will hereafter have $35 a month for caro and a nurse. o Ileal KMato Transfer. r W HnollPt anlri lot G. block 17, Salem, to Mary B. Rutherford. for $100. ' Jennie G. Kyle to W. K. McLaren nnd wife, lot In block 1. Roberts' ad dition to Salem. $1000. Goo. II. Burnett to Central Congre gatlonal church, lot In block 31, Cap-j i.nl Park addition to Salem, $100. i Sh6r!ff's deed to M. A. Tihley. northeast quarter section 36, town ship 7 south, range 2 east, $375. Fellclen Vincent lo Anton Mart. 10 acrei, Sylvaln Burgen d. 1 c. (I'ulted Vftt Lc-ucil Vlr.) Los AngoloB, Cal Sopt. 21. Fred Mnrkham la under nrret today accused of tho murdor of his brother, Jnck, In tholr blncksmlth shop at San Francisco, Saturday night, Mnrkham was drunk at tho time of tho shoot ing and declares ho does not ronioni her tho crime. Tho brothom worn alono In the shop when Jack was killed, and thore wore no actual wit nesses to the deed, and no motlvn oun bo assigned. After seeing his brother dcud upon tho floor Fred Mnrkham rnn Into tho woods whero ho wbb pursued by men with hounds. Ho eluded his pursu ers nnd returned to a tent, at the reir of hla shop. Into which he crawlol and went to sleep. Ho was captured oarly )esterday. o SPANISH ROYALTY WARS OVER KLKIX8' DAUGHTER Floyd Dayton loft for Portlnnd this morning to look after uuiIiiobh mat- I tors. I Hon. Potor D'Aroy wont to Gorvals this morning to look after huBlnosn for a Bhort time. I Miss Wlnnlfrod Tnylor, of Albany, nrrlved today to vUlt with frlondufor n Biiori nine. , , un...u wj. Mrs Mnbello von Nordhelm, ot MUrt, Jose Hummlln, of Foroot 1 a . ....!.. r, .' I..-.1 ..!.. ... ..lull will. MlnonK, HI., IB tno gueHi ui iiur uiitv, Lurovu,urriTi.-u luuujr lM ,,,. ...... D. L. Groeno. ir,0,ul for tt 'ow ,,ayfl ftftcr wn,cn i . . . l . ..am9 ntiii iiM ' innn . . nnces oi me iav w " "viivvw. en aealn. In the local market, sales Chafes A. Gray to F. W. Powep. nribeng m1e at 8 cnt,and upjpart block 1. Robert ad to Salenv; wjjfds to eastern uy,rk ifnarf flb $$SS f " ,' ders a're lncreWa, It1 lejleved that I - ? f. p . the ea torn manufacturers stocks are Both Democratic and Republican mal. The t-upply remalalns on tbcampa'sa clubs have been formed in aelle coast Ij Ib stroBg hanfla. Lr-Uenr -,- - 0 - .-- srsacu li i (Uultol ' rr Leu.1 Wire.) Rome. Italy, Sept. 21. The din pleasure of Queen Marghorlta at tho approaching Abruwl-Elklna mar rWge, Instead of decreasing, Is up coming moro and more pronounced, until today It actually threatens lo disrupt tho Italian royal family. King Victor Emanuel, having re alized his Inabll'ty to change' tho nlnd of tho duke and Induce him to gjve up hh American fiance, Is trying to' Induce the other members of tho family to submit. He has succeeded fairly well, except with his mother, the queen, with whom he held a con ference yesterday. It Is understood that tho queen rnother raged at the prospect of the marr'age, and finally, in answer to her Bon's arguments, served notlee upon him that she not only will re fifse to attend the wedding ceremony, hit she will put every obstacle In the wy ot It that she possibly can If lie can mar the .event, she announced her determination to do so, and there Inconsiderable speculation as to what Km her opposition will now take. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvoy Logan loft thlH morning to attond tho Multno mah county fair. MIbb Alice Holly roturnod till morning from a pleasant visit with rulntlvcs In Ashland, Ore. Mlsa Ella Patterson loft for Wood lnirn this mornlnic to visit with friends for a short time. I MI'H Lontn Douglas rotumod to her homo In Portland thin morning aftor a vls't horo with frlonds. Herman Bnrr has gone to Portland to attond n session of tho fltnto Boarl of Optometry for two days.- George Wllloby and family left for tholr homo In Walla Walla this morn ing, after spending a week hore, L. W. Baldwin returned today from Eugene, whero ho has boon transacting biulnoss for a few dayj. Jack Flynn, the popular traveling salesman, arrived this morning from 'Albany to transact business for a fo days. Bert McAteo returned to his work In Portland today, after visiting with relatives and frionds and taking in the fair. Walter C. Walling, reprejenting the Post Card Hall, will leave Tuo day for Coos Bay to exploro that country for scenic views. M. L. Jorie, of Brooks, was In town today. He says all crops brln a good price, except hops, and the hop men will pull through. Mrs. E. Bloomfleld and daughter returned to their home in Centralla, Mr. Wnrron J. Hunt Iiiib gono to McMlnnvlllo to piny In tho bnud dur-, tng tho fair. Stnto Suporln'ondoiit Ackoriuaii will speak nt tho McMlnnvlllo schoo' fair tomorrow, Mrj. Frank Dunn, of Eugoiio, nnd daughter, Luclllo, nro 4ho wioBtu of Mrs. II. aeo, Meyer. W. A. McCorklo, who Is on tho rond for tho Oregon Sienna lint Compnny, wns In ho city yentordiy. C. F. Spauldlng, of tho Spauldlng IiBBlng Company, rotumed from Ban Frnncluco InHt' night, and wont to Portland today. sho will go to Portland to nttond tho fair. Mrs. George Sprny and Mrs. Ethol Hampton left thlu morning for tholr home In Kansas, after spending sev eral weeks visiting lit tho homo ot Earlo Stubbs. Poroy Larson, tho woll-known ma chinist and launch builder, who ha boon working In Portland for the pail six months, bus returned to his homo In thlu olty io reside hereafter, J, A. Looney, who lives north of Huh) in, Is homo from tho summer spent In his mines In Josephluo coun ty. Ho hns soma flno specimens of froo milling oro, and ayn they wJjl put In n Bmnll mill soon. A. W. Korlnok and O. F. Korlnek, brothers ot Dr. Korjnok, tho veterin ary surgeon of title city, left this morning foh Pullman, Wash., where thoy will enter Pullman college to study to become veterinarians. Thoic two young men havo taken a year's coureo In this business, nnd have prospects of becoming first-class doc tors. o i i ' ' Lorrtl Politic, Thcro In already 1k of who will be tho next mayor of Salem. It It assumed by somo that the present Incumbent will succeed himself. Hon. Thos. Bell, of California, known as "flleenlnu Ansel Bell." will speak (n Salem Wednesday night for Willi, this morning, after spending "P0, ?u , a ,tw the past week with friends. I "T'Z " im nntilnfton and brother. Harry. "'" - " . ' of Clear lJik, Ore, who have boon vUltlng the state fair and relatives, have returned to tfcelr home. tics. Sherman, tho Rouubllcan vc- president's! candidal, Is coming to Oregon to make spches.