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PAIL QAFfATi JOPWATi, iAiiw, OWWeW,, WppjffliDAr, OCTOBKR 1, !..-.
" W alsaa 2aw . L 1 IJCJVTON White Corner 1 f V 'It ! I'M'-' A ' La Vogue Coats A t5 ' jtro mYdo with the practical sldcHownrd the dc sTgnorT While beautiful, chic cwid attractive,' thoy hto' rfindd't0 lit living, breathing, actlvo wo men rind not to make protty platuros nor lit Im possible models; "Every one Is made to bo worn with grace, comfort nod enduring shnpolluess, PULL DIRECTOIRE COATS $20.00 to $35.00 Form Fitting and Empress $12.50 to $30.00 4 Rubberized Rain Coats $9.00 to $25,00 A Glance at These Styles Will. Convince You of Our Superior Ability to Please You ric? CHECKERS," ONE OE MOST POPULAR PLAY : AT GRAND TONIGHT -T-m;Tvn ) rfrttckors," (ho rattling charactor ajr which will be aeon nt tlio ml opera house tonlcht. Is known ! the theatrical profession as ono the luckiest plays on tho boards. leason, snow storms and floods I train wrecks played havoc with e than one company, but "Check- piayior; ovor a route which lead a St. Paul and Minneapolis to Pacific, to Texas nnd Now Or- and back to Now York, did not a tingle performance. In ono lui town tho record waB nonrly a, ana tno train tho company Win on wns ho Into thnt It looked ' t lime .as If thorn would lie nn Klornance Tho nudionco. Jiow- Nr. refused to bo dismissed, and me unicfiio plea'uro of seeing 'w'i aconery brought Into tho to and BOt un with n mknil H'O. On ovorv other nlcrht of ''route tho curtain rose prcclsoly i Jjiie ftv other companies have had to niuwe a record, and still fewor wt companies have retlnod for so W Jara nn nlmost. linebnncrnd I1 MOM l ihn nntnr In nn 4ker" compnny havo played Hue roiPi since tho play was I SrOCflCCil flvn vnnrj nan TTnna 'tt. 'hn nlnva Ihn tIMo .nln la f ' nllr season with tho company. t David Tli-r !,.., .1.- Illl.l.l. ;,' " lr has been with tho or- a sin iiiA first porform ' So havo T mIIi. nitnn nn f"Jtt ami j,e Wilkes. Lvdla Dick- P til bar n'd nirt nt n..M... J till.. rv . " " w u'Ui MJIlt ? oEbf.rhar(1 ' A"nt "eh again. Ill Vrm8beo will have tho leading Fn i oart th's season of "Port," -wuicitri oi "mecKors." o i . eouRh-there's no noed of l'm WUI trea H tfa first nace w th Tlnllnr,i' irnrnt.nnA V'mI ?,u sto') the couKh at ihtlZ:. ?.ur ,unK8 ni throat Fatdilon and I'"nt. Isn't It fortunnto that when fashion , demands slender grncofuIncs3 of wo men who havo to break corsot lncosj to mnko themselves even presentable, that sclenco step? In and makes their task cady? For dieting nnd oxorclslng It hni ; substituted n pleasant wholesome ' mixturo thnt can bo obtained at small cost from any druggist, vizi Yi ounco Mnrmola, ounco Fluid Extract Cns-.' cara Aromatic, and 3 ounces Synup Implex. Ono teapoonful of this mixture nftor meals and at bedtlmo will tako ( ore rour to seven pounus ot int a week without earning wrlpkle, Intqr- fnrlnir wHIi tlin dint op dlRtrnuRlnir tlin fltonlnrh In tho nlichtost. ' IXCI3NDIA1URS liVKS GIUIN EliKVATOK (Vplted I'rrM licuaed Wire,) Denver, Oct. 21. Tho grain olo vntor of tho Hungarian Flour Mills wnB destroyed today In an Incendiary flro. Tho loss Is estimated at JGOO, 000. Tho pollco aro senrchlng for thrco mo nthey hdve reason to suBpcot of being connected with the flro. Tho men wore seen about the grain ele vator early this morning, and later just botoro tho flro was discovered. Ovor 400,000 bushels of .wheat wero destroyed In tho building. Tho flro department confined tho (lame? to tho olovntor. I 8 t 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I I t I I 1 1 I i I 1 1 I I I ij Flowers and Bulbs;; ; ; CARL P. ItUEF, 371 Stato Bt., ; ; Salem, Oro. ; ' Faill lino of Tulips, Hyn- '.'. '. '. clntha, Narcissus and all kinds ', ', ; of spring bulbs, Tlmo to plant ; ; thorn Is now. 19-10-1 mo. '.". t 1 1 8 HI I 1 1 I M I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I Kodol Is a combination of tho nat ural digestive Juices and It digests all classes of food and overv kind of food, eo you sec It will do tho work that tho stomach Itsolf docs. Sold by all druggists. Grand Opera House J. F. CORDRAY, Manager. Ono Night WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER Jit. Third engagement of Klrko La ' Fhollo's big p oluc ion of Henry' Blossom g character comedy CHECKERS With tho same Excellent cat headed by Hans Robert In tlio Title Rolo and David Braham, Jr., us "Push" Miller. This is the samo company and production teen hero the post two seasons and the only ono which ha over nresented this fascinating Dlav of lore and luck. PRICES: $l.BO, 91.00, 7flc, tiOr Scat salo at box office Wednesday. 9 a. m. Ye Liberty The Home of Refined Entertainment the t ur?.nte to sxhlblt motion nlctures that wlM not offend tei4 . ,V8, An entertainment perfectly safe for ch Idren to K Pictures that surpass all others. .Tl, MATINEES Iuim viaAy Tliar4ay. Friday and $dturday. Special )nedV. -k OkjaWAb Uallima m.aixr,av. IN a f'i WSSIOMOC .. SEATS FREE tjt t a BARR'S Jewelers and WISDOM Cleverness Is the thought of nn Individual wisdom is tho collec tive thoughts of humanity. When you see our now arrival for tho holiday season, you'll un derstand what the word clever ness means here. When you buy thorn you'll dis play that true wisdom which al ways results from knowlodgo ac quired by exact observation and comparison. And you'll bo Impressed with one overwhelming fact the won derfully exquisite and graceful touch that dl tiugulshes our stock, aid the little prices. BARR'S JEWELRY S1FE State and Liberty Streets. CHICK &wm A m V jr iSTER'S PILL! I AMI rr mrmJfafH AY kWl ! iJlflA Bfa la aU,J Mi il nWiWJ k.A &Al4 MB. Mia frJiA. 'y KM kumiH MMmAmh KatMW sou viwmm numem LATHROP CASE IS PROGRESSING The Lathrop perjury case was re sumed this morning at 9 o'clock In tho circuit court.tand two new wit nesses testified rbgnrdlng Lathrop's relation with MrsJ Savage. Judge Galloway waa recalled to tho stand nt tho oponlng of tho case this morning and relnted to tho Jury how Lathrop was sworn In to testify In the former divorce proceedings load ing up to his indictment of porjury. Edward Wolf, who wnu served with a bench warrant lato yesterday after noon for non-nppbaranco, took tho stand next and told tho court how ho boarded the trnn nt Albany bound for M'll City, and saw Lathrop nnd Mrs. Savage on tho train. Mr. Nellie M. . Savago was thon called lo tho stand nnd testified to tho effect that she was not In Shcl burn. as stated by J II. VanBarlncon, proprietor nf the SrHhnrn !'otl In hla tostlmony of yestordny, and thnt aho was In West Stayton at tho tlmo When asked na to what Iioubo she stopped at while In Stay ton Mm. Sav age was (imnblo to te'l, or In what direction It was from the depot. Tho attorney for the stato thon nd drcBscd tl'o court nnd retold n lnrgo portion of the testimony dol'vered by witnesses' vesterday. Ho nlo dn fended himself In tho nttnek mado by Attorney Jeffries relative' to Mrs Lnthron belntt called to- tho stand Vfifitei'illlV. Tlio rnimanl fm thn .In. fondant wns somewhat blttor in his sperm io tno nirv nnu claimed Mrs. Lnlhrou wni cnllod to tho witness chair In order to prejudice thp Jury against his Client. Tho 'court adjourned unt'l 1 o'clock, nnd tho Jury received their Instructions at that time. Tho most Important Issuo In tho caso scorned to bo whether or not Mrs. Lnthro') was In Sliolburn on tho 14th of March; whothor Mrs. Savage was thore, and whthor Lathrop was In compnny with p,tiy othor woman but Mrs. Lathrop at tho tlmo. Reading of tha testimony mado by Lathrop In thrf dlvorco proceed ings of Snvago vs? Savago j'as tho flrttt stops taken yesterday afternoon In tho case of Stato again Lathrop on tho clinrgo of perjury. The court Htonographor read to tho Jiiry parts of Lathrop's stnfo monts mado whllo on tho stand In the dlvorco cao which portnlnod mostly to his actions whllo In Brownsville, Stayton nnd Aumavlllo rolntlvo to his Intimacy with Mrs. Nellie Snvago. Judgo Galloway thon took tho tnnd nnd testified rogardlng tho etatemonts mado by Lathrop whllo a wltncfli In tho former divorce suit over whloh ho was presiding. Judgo Qaljoway s testimony was based CUT OUT fhl Coupon The Attached Coupon Entitles the bearer to $1.00 worth of Crockery, Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, or Cutlery for 70 cents Cut it out now while you think of it THIS COtPON Entitles the berer to $100 worth of Crock ry, Glassware, Klteh en Utensils or Cutlery for 70c, If presented on or beforo Satur day, Oct. 24. YOKOHAMA TEA CO Pljono 07. 171-176 Com'l St. cp YOKOHAMA TEA COMPANY Phone 97 1 74-1 76 Commercial St. i with Mrs. Savago In tho nbovo men tioned tOWUB. Albert F Savage, the former hus bund of Mrs. Nolllo Savago, thou took tho stand and told of how ho had seen Mrs. Savago In company with Lathrop nt Shelbum, n sninll place Bottth of Salem, and that how tho twb "had acted at tho hotol at that placo In compnny with ench othor. Wm. Surayor and Mark Spoor both of Aumsvlllo, tcstlflod thon t,n turn, of neolng Lathrop In Aums vllle. Tho formor stating ho had soon tho do'ondHntnnd Mrs. Savage together early In tho morning. Edward Wolf when cnllod, hot be ing In court, tho Judgo latutcd a honch warrant to be sorved on him nnd pormlttod tho othor wltnosscs to bo examined by tho counsel. Inca KItrol, of Shulburn, took tho wltnoss chair first and told of how Lnthrop and Mis. Snvngo stoppod at tho hotel In Shollxurn, ot which her brothor-ln-lnw was tho proprietor, and how thoy (Lathrop and Mrs Savago) appeared so nffoctlonato at tho breakfast toblo and how they both tonk tho train aftor broakfact and loft the placo. J. L. Van Blarlcon, proprlotor of tho hotol at Sliolburn. was thon called, and ho told tho Jury how Lathrop appoared at hla place and asked for lodging for himself and wlfo, and how his wlfo showed thorn to tho room whoro thoy remained all night. Mrs. J. L. Van Blarlcon toi ttflcd In tho samo manner as that of hor husband and also commented as bolng ovory nffcctyonnlo. Att6v-u- Joffr os in his eras examination e: Mrs. Van Blarlcon, inquired to what extent tho dofondant showed his nffoctlon and Bho replied that both Lathrop's and Mrs. Savage's actions wero affectionate to the ex-, tent Bho bollovod that vory few mar ried mon wero In tho habit of dis playing In public, Aftor a short testimony given by Ida Stclnbach regarding Mrs. Lath rop's health, and the calling of Mrs. Lathrop to the stand and permitting hor to rofiuo to testify owing to her being tho defendant's wife, the court adjourned until 9 o'clock this morning. IsllKhHy on Lathrop's action toward principally upon Lathrop's conduct I the lady he claimed to be his wife Would Mortgage the Faon. A farmer on Rurual Route 2, Bm plro Ga W A. Floyd by name, ayi "Bucklen'e Arnica Salve cured t) " two worst Bores I ever saw, oh on tti -hand and one ot my leg. It Is wort moro than Its weight In gold. I would not be without it It I had to mortgage the farm to get it." Only 2GoatJ. C, Perry's drug store. o CASTOR I Aif ?er Infants ah& GblUrn. V till Kfnd Yeu Kivi Always ImcU t(Zs0Btt Sears tha WgnatuTe m Xh $3.00 Saves a Big Dollar $3.00 U BARGAIN DAY t-''-mm" Tfir-, SATURDAY, OCT. 31 All subscribers to the Daily Capital Journalexcept carrier listswho ; pay up all arrears to Novlst, 1 908, . can secure the Daily jiirnaf one JIJ m a year in advance for $3, The Annual Bargain Day Saves the people hundreds of dol lars. Start at once to take advan- , r tage of our BARGAIN DAY : : : : : Remit by mail or call at the Journal Office on or before Saturday even ing, October 31st to secure this reduction ::::::::::::::: DO NOT ASK FOR T1IS RATE AfTER OCTOBER 31 E. HOFER, Publisher, : Salem, Oregon -r f h iujt ; 4, V iii'4 w , . 1 ? "' r t""v tt J teptioa, Newporf, Qntotu '