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BAIL CAVICAL JOURNAL, SALKM, ORBGOJf, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1008.
10 We haven't all the clothing in town- for Men, Youths and Boys, but what we have is the best. We are never outsold exclusive stores, and to protect our customers, we will give them the best for the least money. .... . . . ' w 1 !' ' ' &&' f; SUITS WV - t'' For Men Youths and Boys Made By the best tailors in the United States Not inflated 2n price for this special occasion SMARTEST SUITS EVER MADE FOR MEN AND BOYS I i m&ttmKWi " ,l- .'Si I Vs.' . fit' MEN'S FURNISHINGS Oat qualities have always bed tecogtotted as the best See o prices now We give yoti be tea goods tot the same money, tcae same guoas lur less monei than any stote . in the Willamett Valley t -t, i Going at Sweeping Ptice Redactions. These ate bonafide reductions, that mean big sav ings to you if you ai'e quick to snap them tip. See Court Street Window. & JJ T75 ffr'AM Jr ill I )il". ' WJ i.ve -".-v srv liii'i;: iv.i feflrPR JJF m reotfWi mm i w v "i I i rM tl gff w ff H Ihrjj T':M & Men's Shoes These Shoes ate top-notchefs, made from iect leathers. Bought for this fall and wis tef's wear, to retail at $5.00 C3 CI aiaSaaaiaaaBaa T " J now $3.50 Shoes $1.79 AiSL. m jffcotpofi m 19MW X!J HfiMI 1 Copyright hy Hart S 'nft'ier &? Mas..' Mnt39KKX(Kyi5 zmwTM aifW iSOWBTPP" 4 HI 1 I H I M 1 l-HH-fH-t'H4H' 1 - .... 1 City News nimmiii i ihwhuhi WHtlH'r iMHVMIKt Fair- tonight and Wednesday, HALF PAST NINK - Til 15 PLYMOUTH, ilHH STAT 15 HTHKKT. IlclrgntoN (o Portland Tho Solum Gorman Houloly oloctoil Itov. Hoff untl 15. llofor dologntuu to tho ft'fitlval to Ito hold nt. Portland. October 10, In honor o( tho llmt landing of Germans In America. VOL' HAD 1II5TTI5H KIND OVT AHOl'T HALF PAST NINI5 AT TH15 PrA'MOl'TH, !88 8TATI5. Kotai- Iulillc NhiiuhI D. V. Wllllts. of Portlnnd, 1ms boon appointed notary publto. IIAMM'AHT NI.VI5 SO.MI5TIII.VO DOIXC3 AT T1II5 llA.IOl!TH. SIHH STATI5 HTIU5I51 l'lno Now Hon " A. C. Drown, tho contractor, has JtiBt flnlHhod n flue now 7-ropni liouav for T. V, Townwnd, out nnr tho C. P. Luusltig plaeo. D-29-lm YOU HAD 1II5TTI5II FIND OIT' AIM)IT HALF 1'AST N1NB AT THI5 PLYMOUTH, SWH JWTATU. I'Hbllo KhIo Don't forgot D. Wheolor'a pnb llo nle, at hi homo, 1093 North Coininorelal Htreot, .Salem, OroKon, 'Woditofday, Soptembor 30, at 10 a. in. J. F. Hondo, auctioneer. HALF- FAST NINK soMirrniNo iking at this PLYMOUTH, HUH STATK STHI515T. TIk Midway the GainbllUK Domon, n film tht.i fiaa uoTcr boon soon In Salem. It 'will pay you to boo It, Kl.VK TIUHTY AT THI5 PLYMOUTH, HH. Tkit At tho Mld'vav. a now song, "Some One's Little Girl." HALF PAST NINK THK PLYSIOITH, 3 STATK 8TKKKT. K Yoht Ky OR the dftlly aiclala which The National Broken ale Qo. will wlvrtl from day to day In Th Jonrl. Taeo popl kow how U ccBUfk rNtulU. NINK TIllltTV AT THK PLYMOUTH, !HH STATK ST. DninltN AtTi'slt'd Tho pnllco rounilod up Kd. MrI5n tiro, Finnic Knllnn ntul Harry Hoovy last ovunliiK for drunkonnoua and (hoy arc now having opportunity to not both feet in working order uahi. Tho trio woro Urst booh nonr Oiin Sohrlbor'R saloon, and It wan thoiiKht thoy woro attemptlUK to "roU" ono of tholr coniruduB as thoy woro mak ing froo uho of his poukotH. Thw'i placo of roHldonoo h anywhoro thoy happen to he. AT Til 15 PLYMOUTH, SIHH STATK ST. Wnlnt'Mlay, Hopt, StO Th's U tho day Hot for tho open ing of tho blpc ton days' inlo'of tho 0. W. Johnson stock of ctothlnK and fMrnUhliiK Kooda, by Tho National HrokornRo &. Sales Co. Thoro wl'l bo somothlim doing .Look for th blK hlno algas. That's tho placo, Attention In railed to tho ads. which will appear In Tho Journal of Tho Na tional HrokornRo & Salos Co., who aro conducting tho ton daya salo nf tho O. W. Johnson ft Co. stock of cloth'UK. Tho phonomonal succos-i of this woll known firm Is duo to tho fnct that they do Just as thoy advertise. Salem 1m Improving " Hut tho La Carona or Tashmoo clRars need no Improvement. Thoy always k)vo satisfaction. Salem Cigar Factory. GtHrx, Mnycr Improving George S. Moyor, tho man who was Injured In a runaway yestordny near Mission Bottom, la getting along as woll at could bo expected, and th attending physician. Dr. W. n. Mor'O says tho chances for recovery aro favprablo, notwithstanding a slight concussion of tho brain. o KOL1I AND DILL Music and mirth roJgned at tho Grand theatre lau night, when Kolb and Dill.-woro the tun producors In tholr comedy eneclal, "Lonesome town." Protty girls woro In plontl tude hi song and dance, and thoy en acted many pretty tableaux, the bot bolng that 'of "Tho Yankeo Soldier Hoy," which Is tho flnalo of the first act. Tho chorus girls are attired in short skirts made of American flags, with a rear ground of the Yankee Doodlo trio, the fife, drum and flute ulayers, noting as living stwUtes. Tho catchy airs of tho chorus and the "I)tch talk" of Kolb and Dill, and the other comedian uu much applause from the large audience. COURT HOUSE NEWS Arabella A. Oaten was nppolntod administrator of tho imtnto of Kdwlu H. Gntoi, Judge H.iBhy making the appointment. Tho board of equalization for Ma rlon county will meet October 10 In thp olllce of County Awnr Hleo, nud will bo In so Ion six days. A petition has been tiled in pro bato court by J A. Aupperlo asking for tho nppoplntmeuf ns administra tor of tho estate of tho Jnte Lucy Kobocca Auppoilo, who died In Jor fernon Juno lfi. County Clork H. D. Allen hns ro turned from a visit to his largo farm near Sllvorton. , Yostordny was a record-breaker In the iHsulug of hunting licenses. Thoro woro Juit nn oven 10S pormlts bund ed cnit by tho county clerk, tho larg est numbor of any one day up to thin time during tho season. Henry 0. Hobblns, a 'armor ro Id Ing near Woodburn, was adjuged insane this morning by County Judgo Hushy nftor an oxamluutlon by Dr. J. X. Smith, tho exnmlnlng physi cian. Robins wnR a nutlvo of Novn Scotia. Causo of his lu-anlty Is un known. A complaint wns filed In the Mar lon county court yesterday evening charging Prod, Waltor and T. Muell haupt with stealing a plnno from Lydln Adams, Tho complaint was tiled by Chas. 15. Adams, guardian of Lydlu Adams, and charges tho de fendants with unlawfully taking pos sosMon of the instrument and refu Ingto return same. The complaint also recites that the taking of the piano has caused Mrt. Adums J100 damages, which the guardian asks bo awarded. DiHHbi Heoorded, H. P. Mlnto, et al., to Portland Railway Light & Power Co., part of lots 5 and 0 In block 62, Salem; V D.. $1400. L. P. Fraslor to J. H. Wilson, block 3 and block 69 to North Sa em; V. D., $200. R. P. and A. K. Dolse to C. K. Spauldlng Logging Co., land on wat er front, west of block 63, to Salemi W. D., $2000. o CARD TO THK l'UniJO We have no time to engage in per sonalities. Wo are hero for strictly business and that 'a to-nell the stock of G. W. Johnson & Co., at prlcea le-s than the little follows pay for tholr merchandise. Why pick the green fruit when the ripe is ia sight Tho only strictly bona fide sale will begin Wednesday at 9 a. m. Re member that "imltatlou Is the aln cerest flattery." cerest ffattory." Tho Nat. Brokerage & Sales Co. o o o o o o o n n c O PKHSONAL MKXT10N 0 O fl O Anil Movement" of Salem O O People. O OOOOOOOOOOOO MIih J.eolyn Sknlfo is visiting Port laud frlonds for a few days. J. F. Martin, of Kugouo, is in the city visiting for a short time. Petor McA'ban, of Brooks, wn In tho city today looking attar busi ness. George Hall wont to Portland this morning to trnniact business fur a short tlmo. Miss Freda Rice ha returned fron Newport whero sho enjoyed a thros months' outing by tho sou. Tom Smlth.of Stnyton. enmo dowu Inst evening and attended the big fun show, "A Loncsomo Town." 15. F, Caldor and family loft thh morning for an oxtended visit with rolntlves In Walla Walln. Wash. A. A. Glover arrived thU mornl-ig from Cottago Grove to nttend to business matters for n brief time Ml h Mlunlo Sauvlno returned this morning from a thrco-weeks' visit ".'ith friends nnd relatives In Spring Held. Mrs. Al'ce Hughes, of Klamath Falls, arrived today, and will remain tho rest of tho week visiting with frlonds, Alf. Cosoy and John R. Polland arrived In the city this morning from Albany to visit for a few days and transact business. Alloy Whltmore returned to hl home in Tacoma today after visiting here with relatives and frlonds for a number of days. Mr. Whltmore Is a clork In tho Wells Fargo Express office In Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Poulson, of Tho Dalles, are In the city visiting with old friends. They will leave shortly for San Francisco whero they will visit Mr. Poulson's parents for a few months. mnt bv him favoring the Republican candidate. .Tho executor of tho Clovolnnd eMato and friends nud relatives of the Into president hnvo donled the authenticity. Tho chnrgo Is mndo that tho slgna'turo on tho lottor Is a forgery and sensational dovolon mentM nro oxpocted. -O ' JF.KOMK SEEKS FORGER OF CLEVELAND LETTER New York, Sept. 29. District At torney Jerome stepped Into proml nence in the national campaign when he announced today that he will summon everyone connected with the publication In tho New York Times of the letter alleged to have been written by tho late Presldeut Grover Cleveland, endorsing Taft for the presidency. Jeromo savs he has decided to take this action In compliance with the appeal of the Times, asking that tho matter bo given an official air ing. The district attorney says that a full Investigation will be made. Tho letter, which was one of the big sen sations of the campaign, coming from the former leader of Democracy and purporting to present a state- KXPKCT KXD OF RAILWAY STRIKE TONIGHT Winnipeg, Sopt. 29. It Is oxpoct ed here that the Canadian Pnclflo strike will end before midnight. It l known that dologntos loft horo Sunday night for Montreal to see Thomas Shaughnessy, of tho Cana dian! Pacific, with tortus satisfactory both to tho western strikers nnd tho westorn Interests of tho railroad company. If tho strike is declnred off, It will be th result o' a compromise leav ing tho situation tho samo as wher. the strlko waa called. Political oxpodloucy and the cry ing demand for enrs In tho west to movo fuol, grain nud livestock caused tho offorts of Interested pnrtleB to settle tho strike. Tho Canadian Pacific company claims to be progressing although the officials of tho railroad admit that thoy have been "Inconvenienced" In tho handling of traffic during the Btrlko, Banksors, In session at De: yesterday put themselves on r as opposing both the guarantee nud tho postal savings bank id o John W. Korn. Democratic i nee for tho vice presidency li pass over tho "nig Four" raur: Llvo comfortnbl). extraTaiul not comfort STARR PIANI HIGH CLASS GOODS GEO. C. WILL MONEY TO 101 THOfl. K.F Ovor Ladd & Bu?h'i Bank. 8' The Commit tit Of tho Tnft-Sherman club are re quested to meet at the office of C. L. McNary at 8 o'clock this evening, o Govornor George Curry, of New Mexico dellvored the formal address welcoming the delegates and visitors to tho state and city, short speeches .following by Pres'dent F, C. Goudy of the congress, and dolegates from corelgn countries. The Star Is shining bright in Salem, Be your own judge. Seeing Is believing. Watch for the STAR. Home of high class fun, Noto Feature Subjects THE GAMBLER'S PATE Showing all the evils of gambling and th down fall of all who thlnl: they are safe. THE MESMEMSER The latest comic out. highly col ored. "Don't mlsi It." Tonight, Wednesday and Thursday night, 279 State Street W.rr-V, TTnJnn Fire TnfanctSfl I.V'n!r lfpredith, IteWirt Office with Wm. Brow C. 39 Commercial street. HIIIIMHH- ;NEW TODA1 Lost Between the dsirj ; fair grounds ana i lady's large led Kold wwj- glu movements w a pli J l0 reward If left phoue E. Jory . lanria t a MP 1UU IJtIW - -- Ral National Bank. I- Wanted Good younsJHjJ T weight about 1000 PO.jH uamKuu. j""'"" Wantod Unfurnished roe"- dress box 504. 8aie r-,Tj-Jl1 (VrwHter Can do all rough and inside ""j, X from repairs to contracn f I Drown, 1390 North l"BjH - mma mm T7e'w Kstray One sow V Qttttt ,....o i white feee' have ame by call' , a. j jenersou ii - i-it . . T.I For rialSLot of fine ,.. phono HI-' i " l For Reat-A " ,jAK front room, centrany rrr jn