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BAtlt dArAL JOtiWAt, iAIMC, ORKJOJT, SATURDAY, OOTODSn 31,
!' ' TiTli i i 1 ' n iin in i ' i .1 ml " '..--'J iJ-LT
1908.
aid, ' "LLg
Saturday's Specials
TODAY WE OFFEIt A FEW SHASON'AIJLE WBAKINGS AT IlEaiARKAIHA' IX)V PRICES. CONSIDER
QIALITY WITH OUll PRICES- NO SHODDY OR IMITATIONS USED TO MISLEAD THE PUBLIC.
GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES IS OUR HOHItV.
GRAND CLEAN-UP OF LADIS' AND MISSES' TAILORED
Suits and Coats
The ready-to-wenr section offers one of tho best specials for this soiling
over known In tho history of this store. Ladles' and Misses' Suits and
Coats, handsomely 'tailored and welt finished In a wide range of wanted
colors and fabrics. Those suits will appeal to everyone wanting a sty
lish suit at small cost. Thoy arc evoryono bar
gains which you will seo at a glance. Our spe-
clnls nro recognized as monoy-savors. Values up
to $30.00. Octobor's Economy Sale Price
Mm
$9
SEASONABLE SUITING
Tho Dross Qoo.ds Section has on display somo
cholco woaves and colorings In seasonablo Dress
Goods. The values range from 85c to $1.50.
Special
50c
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
SHOE SPECIAL
Dont's fall to tako advantago of tho CLEAN
UP It's a monoy-savor. Advance Fall styles wo
cannot ro-ordcr. All nro cut to clean-up prices.
New, suappy up-to-dato lasts for
Single Pints hi u wide range of patterns,
sizes 27 to 32 waist measure at Special Prices.
$1.50 valuos now $1.00 $3.50 valuos, now$2.34
$2.00 values now $1.34 $4.d0 values, now $2.C7
$2.50 values, now $1.07 $4.50 valuos, now $3.00
$3.00 valuos, now $2.00 $5.00 values, now $3.34
HYGRADE UMBRELLAS
Tapo edge, bulb runnor, extra solcct handles.
Looks llko the $5.00 kind sold elsewhere Our
Spoclal Prlco, ench
MEN
WOMEN
AND
CHILDREN.
rJkdjyeueAi
KXk?fOMrel
$2.85
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 h 18
City News
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Weather ForecuHt
Occasional ruin tonight and S1111
twy cooler.
K Will Pay You
To. read the nd of the Sponcer
TTnrdwnro company In this Issue of
hb Journal.
Three reasons for buying Cleveland'
Baking Powder:
Superior Quality (Puro Crcnm of
Tartar) .
Neatest Package (Scrow top can).
Boat Prlco (3 lbs. $1; 5 lbs. $1.05).
Our Shoo Shop .
Jb turning out oomo of tho bM
vQtlt In town at prices .that bkyo
joji money1, ThQ Prlco Shoo Co-10-30'd&w-lwk
Shto YoHr Apple
We buy all kinds of npplos, Biilt
aUlc for cldor and vlnognr. Sacks
lurnlahei!. Qldoon Btolx Company,
cornor 80. Bummer and Mill stroots.
Phono Main 38. 10-23-15t.
i?n vimt.rnitAH -
ltopulrlng try Tho Prlco Shoo Co. b
lion. Work noartly and promptly
turned out. lO-ao-d&w-lwk
The Trie Shoo Co. for ropirlrlng.
10-29-d&V-lwk
W Hvo Added
To our cobbling department a
first-class finisher, and nro propnrod
to gtve yon tho mot neat and
prompt sorvlco In -town. Tho Prlco
Shoe Co. io-29-d-w-lwk.
Try
Tho Prlco Ohoo Co.'s now cobblor.
Work invariably turned out amo
day brought. l0-30-d&w-lwk
Look Up-
Tho ad of tho Sponcer Hardwaro
company In this Issue of the Journal
. and romombor tho date- tholr salo ba
Bins. Havo You OnUnvtl
That rouat for Sunday dinner. Call
p Stoualoff Hros. saultary market,
phono 321 and thoy will do the ret.
Mrs. Jo1hor
Sy tho secret of good coffee la
erv simple buy Folger's aouien
G&to whole roast and havo it ground,
not top flno.
MHCO TOHlljUt
Auditorium Rink. McHlroy's or
chestra. Welcome everybody.
Rf.HC TOttlgllt -
Auditorium Rink. McBlroy'a or
chestra.,' Wolcomo everybody.
Tw MM" Sold
"Tke Midway" electric tawtwr
,aa been sold by Mr. J. F .Ooode aty
Uuifcteni to J. Breoks, of Ork
OHy, ib4 J. A. itetew, Ah ybc
picture of Portland. TsU w
tho lust day of the theator under tho
management of tho Qoodcs and they
nro planning fro put on a banner
program for a close. Innddltlon to
tholr usual films nud songs will ho
put on at "The Midway" todny "Tho
Red Qlrl." .
COMMERCIAL STREET ,
PAVING IS ACCEPT.EU
Tho committee on streets wont
ovor tho hltullthlc paving on ton
blocks of Conunorclnl street today,
and nccoptcd tho sumo at tho hands
or the contractors, as In ovory way
satisfactory. It; 'Is u niagnlllcont.
street.
EASTERN FOOTBALL,
Chicago, Oct. 31. Chicago scored
scored 11 points in tho first halt
today, holding Minnesota without u
score.
CnmbrldKO. Muaa.. Oct. 31.
Neither aide scored In tho llrst huLU
of loduy'H gamo between Harvard.
and 'llrown University.
WoHt Point, N. Y Oct. 31. Tho.
scoro at tho ond of thQ4nrnt half to
dny wuu Princeton Umvursity 0,
West' Point Acadomy 0.
Fli-Bt half Syracuse C, Williams
0.
Annapolis. Mr. Frist hulf, An
napolis, 0; Carllulo Indians, 4.
Ithaca, N. Y. Final Hcore, Cor
nell, 10; Pennsylvania State, 4.
Cambrldgo, Miws., Oct. 31. Flunl
score Harvard, 0; Drown, 2.
West Point, N. Y., Oct. 31. Final
score, Army 0; Princeton, 0.
Ann Arbor, Mlcb., Oct. 31. First
half, Mlchlgnu, 14; VundorbUt Unl-
vorslty, 0,
BANKS ARE
IN BEST OF
CONDITION
No York, Oct. 31. Tho wookly
stutumont of tho nsuoclntod bnnl;t,
Issued today, shows tho 'following
chungct: j ,
Hosorvo on all deposit, Incronso,
$700,125,
llesorvo on doposlts other 'than'
United States dopoults, Increase,
$710,325.
Loans, decronso, $5,001',00.
Specie, decrease, $1,127,800.
.Legal tondor, Incronso, $167,900.
Deponlts, decrcaso, $G,,7.LC,100.
Circulation, decronso, $212,400.
Total loans, $1,3U3,3C&V&00.
Tho surplus of tho banks Is $35,
902,375 as against a deficit last
year of $38,838,825 nud n . .uirplus
two yeais ago of $3,04JHZZ5v
LANDSLIDE FOR TAW IN
ALL PARTS OF NEW YORK
'Wuverly, N. '., Oct. 31. A big
crowd of Now Yorkora and Ponnsyl
vanluns greeted Tnft horo today and
pand tho respects" of tho two com
mouwealths to tho caudldate. ThU
Is the first time tho people of this
section have been glvon nn oppor
tunity to hear either of the presiden
tial candidates and they camo a long
wafs to be present at tho mooting
Members of the Tnft party ex
pressed their bollof today that tho
stato Is no longer doubtful. Thoy
point to tho crowds .that aro greet
ing the candldnto as evidence that
Republican enthusiasm hna been
awakened through tho stato by
Tatt'a tour. They declared that
Now York, which has been thorough
ly canvassod, will glvo the Repub
licans an unprecedented victory.
Tho unsettled feeling of the New
York Republican managers Is man
ifest no longor. One of -the leaders
hero doclared that tho rosult is due
to the poisoH&llty of U10 candidate
and assorted, that ho has shown him.
self to be a great campaigner.
sThe't6ur today closes the New
York- wtopalfjn and the interest la
tho e$tftff days le greater thaa ha
heea kaowa la a loag tlae.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
A. and A. I loin to M- M. Hum
bolt, lots ,1 and 11, lilR. 0,. In Brook
lln Add. to Salem. W. D. 50.
Albert Frank et ux to IT. and M.
Orlor'&on, ITS acres In Moeea Smith
D. L. C, S. R. 1 W. W. W.. $8000.
J. 11. McCorckle to Sarah E. Mc
Corkle, undivided 1-2 lot 1 In Sll
vorton, W D. $1100.
J. M. Terry to C. M. Terry, E
ncrei in Hnmpden Park Add, to Sa
lem. W. n. $750.
A. L. and J. Schnofer to W. D.
Cornish, lot li blk., S In Holllster's
nnnox No. 1 to Holllster Add. to
Stnyton. W. D. $050.
C. S. and W. A. Emry to S. 8. and:
E. Colo, 20 acres In T. 7 S. R. 2 W.
W. D. $4000.
CLAIMS nRYAN "WILL
GET 20S ELECTORAL VOTES
Chicago, Oct. 31, John E. Mimb.
of the Democratic national comnilt
teo, Issued n forecast todny, claim
ing 205 electoral votes for Bryan.
Ho declared that, besides "the solid
would go for nryan; Kentucky,
Maryland, Oklahoma. Indiana, Ohio,
Now York, Kansas, Montana, Nova
da, New Jersey, Nobraska and South
Dakota, This would glvo Bryan a
total of 295 electoral votes. Ho con
coded that Taft would carry Maine,
Massachusetts, New Hampshlro,
Ponnsylvnnla, Vermont, n total of
78 electoral votes. Ho cals tho oth
ora doubtful,
SAYS TAFT AND
STANDARD SOLID
Now York, Oct. 31. Charging
that the Republican party has con
spired with tho corporato Interests
of the country to secure the olecUon
of Tnft by a deal through which
money was given for promised '))
Republican party managers Hint the
$29,000,000 flno will bo "fixed up,"
National Chairman Mack, .of tho
Democratic party today gave out a
statomont, commenting on John D.
Rockefeller's support of Tnft. Ho
said:
. "Tho Standard Oil has Innded
whero everybody knew It would
dand. Mr. Rockefeller hold buck for
a bargain, and got what ho wuntod.
Tho deal will bo good for over 100,-
000 more votes for Mr. Bryan In
quarter of a million more votes lu
the country.
"Tho Republican party will got a
good big 'can' through tho deal. 1
enn't specify tho exact amount, but
It Is certain that when tho bargain
was struck, both sides got what thoy
woro after. Tho Taft mnnngot'ii got
tho money, nnd tho Standard Oil
got tho promise.
"Tho $29,000,000 flno will bo
fixed up someway, and sovornl oth
er Issues also. And the qitist'on
arises, Is Taft good to la- with Rock
efeller for tho nevt raw .vin8 or
with Roosovolt? Tho Standard Oil
is with Taft, and not with Roobo
velt.
"I havo It on good .tuthorlty that
tho Republican nnttonnl commllteo
has sent $200,000 Into tho state of
Indiana, and If necossary will send
more. More than that nit beou float
Into Ohio, and n ulnillnr amount will
be put out In New York slate.
"They havo more thniv $3000r
000. One million dollars l to con
duct tho campaign aud the $'!,000,
000 Is for bribery. Rut I don't
thfuk that tho Republican party can
buy Mr. Tnft'B olectlon. Vo-i cun't
buy electrons any modoV
ELECTION FORECAST
(CbnfclnuetU from Page 7.)
Bryan will, however, poll a big
voto of tho "Amorlcan" or anti
Mormon party, which Is antagonistic
to Roosovolt nnd Taft becauso of an
alleged ngreomont with Senator
whereby their influence was to bo
used in retaining him In tho senate,
for which, it Is nlleged, Smoot was
to deliver tho Mormon vote. Tho
gubernatorial contest Is In , doubt,
with tho following candidates: Spry
(Rop.)l Knight (Dem.); Street,
(American).
Chicago, Ills., Oct. 31. Tho
greatest political rally In tho his
tory of Chlcngo lfl planned for to
night when William J. Bryan and
Adelaide Stovonson, Democratic can
dldnto for governor of Illinois, nro
to sponk horo. A cavalry parade
and tons of rod flro aro features of
tho rocoptlon that Is planned when
Drynn nrrlves hero from his tour of
Northern Indiana.
Bryan Ib to bo mot by tho "Stock
yards Cavalry" of 800 mounted
workmon nnd escorted through
blocks of rod flro to tho Morso Pa
vilion at tho stockyards, whero ho
Is to make his first address of tho
ovoning. A largo numbor of bandH
havo boon engaged for tho parado.
Three othor monstor meetings
havo been planned, nt which Bryan
Is to speak. Simultaneously Stovon
son will speak at sovoml meetings
on tho South Sldo, jind Governor
Doncou will also Bpeulc on tho
South Side.
O O O 0
o
O
.-a-
METCALF'S
SON SENT
TO PRISON
n n ..
rER8NAli
S Ana "
0000
n Tojl Cooper, of' 0,
Mng business hl
Roy Thllrm.. . -m.l
for Pnri1n., . Tl tWl sij
wlht friends. U
Jako Fnlknp. .....
'anathlBmorni ..BrMU
noss visit here JH
Judse J. c. Mom1i.j '
promo !.,, . . reJana- otaJ
ahort time. " FOtl,
Mr. and Mrs. c. p Bllk lfl
mo from Kurop ye 1
been nbsont .. mteM
been absent n year.
MIbg Anna Ed.
'ndo this mratag ,Q
MIbg Antm tM-.-.
!1dothla;:rar.a,tt
iuiuiuz in -., .
Wit hfWnn.1. .... '".nWJ
n ; ; a rela,lt.
San Joso, Cal., Oct. 31. Without
tho altetroatlvo of paying a flno, Poy-
tor. W. Metcalf, sen of Becrotary ot
tho navyr MotoiTf, was sentonced to
20 days fa tho cotr&ty Jail .todny by
Judgo Brown. Tlw oha;irge ngalnitt
young Motcalf was lSattory on a man
named Bylosworth, wno was struck
by tho airtomobllo which Motcalf
was driving whilo Intoxicated.
Olctcalf had bcon nvrost'etC several
tl'rnes Tor petty mlsdomennors.
o
P
FOR SALE
23 acres, fine timber, only 3 miles
from 8alem on good gravel road,
good second growth Mr and some
big oak; more than enough wood to
pay for the land.
Derby & Willson
l!
10-31-3td
For govornor Cosgrovo (Rop.) nndt
Pnttlson (Dem.)' aro running.
Pacific upnivCTHlty yostorduy beaercnviitrn
Wtllnmottu at Forest Qrovo by a
ncoro of 4 Ur 0,.
I West Virginia Tho Republicans
indmlt n falllWg ofC In tho voto be
Icuubo of a party nnv on tho gaver
aorshlp, buti eouilV&;ntIy claim the
.ato for TutU. 'tllr result of tho
stato olectlon. uud'oabtedly will be
cloflo. Tho ImltiHtrlUl inteicsts aro
making spQcltitl offor.ta In behalf of
Tuft. Tho lftimomvcf clajm Ilrjun
vtll run prnctlcnly even with tilio
gnbornntorlal' cnndldUte, nud thero
fxn carry tliwatuttu For govorwir
G&isscock (Rcoi); Bitunett (Donn.).
, Isconsln A RoniLhllcnn mnjyjv
Ity Booms nssurcdl uucwlthstnndluK-'
thu ios8lblllt.v of illuiciToctlon of th'e
Lu Folletto Rcpublluaus becauso or
tliu Uofoat of tllu W.liconBln's holm
tor's pot resolution it tho Chicago
convention, nnd at USro stato con
vaHtlon nt Mlallson.. Eir govornor
Mhdlson (Rop)); Al'word (Donia).
In tho congrcvslonall tight tho Ko
publlcuns will uttompt to regain tho
tlllrd district, whoro Murphy Is
running ngaihut: Kocfjt (Rep). Qim
ator Stephenson (Rep.), who was
lumed at th prlntvcles to sucteed
himself undoubtedly wil bo ohoaen
aluco tho loglslatuue- will be very
alrougly Renubllcmu
Wyeming: Tho Mormon voto
jboldB tho balance of powor. Fac
tional flghts-In st-veral sectlontr havo
embarnssoti! the EU-ttubllcaus. The.
result Is uncortuUt, hut tho (iiancea
at present seem to favor Taft.
Rhode inland) Tho labor vote &,
nn unknown quantity, althnugli It
booiuh practically cortaln chat too
Republican nxtianal ticket will car
ry. Tao result na to tho state tlckot
Is In doubt. .For goveruur Arnold
(Don.); Poth-olr, (Rep.).
South Carpllnn As usual tho
nor Ansol (Dom.) will Uo- elected by
tho usual majority.
South. DakotaThe count option
and other local Issuea aro likely to
reduce tho usual Republican voto.
Tho gubernatorial contest Is In
doubt. Tho Ropubltean, caudldate,
strongly favoring prohibition, Is
likely to havo a closo race. For gov
ornor Vessoy (Rop.) nnd Loo (Dem.)
Tennessee Tho usual Democrat
ic majority Is expected For gov
pernor Pattoreon (Dem.); Tileman
(Rep.).
Texas A split uu prohibition In
the southwestern part of the state
Is counted on by the Republicans to
reduce the usual Democratic majori
ty. The former are centering their
nor and Burleson (Dem.) In the
tenth and fifteenth districts. For
son (Rep.).
Utah The Mormoa vote cuts the
blggeat tgure la this state. It le ex
pected to give Taft good margin.
D'nwco Tonlglle
Auditorium Rink. M"cEl'ro"j's- or-
Wolcomo everybody-
PLEASANT
ICTURE
AVILI0NI
for
ARTICULAR
E0PLE
The Sfar
Four Fine Refined Pi'ctunss.
Hbme of Higit-CIass FurL
TONrGHT
'TRICKED INTO GIVING, UIS
CONSENT" A Pleasant Diitnuru
"PARIS FlHir ImIAJW!L,,
"Till! SHND HHADKU."
ami'
"THE CROOKOlHLE IIKN'T"
Don't
Forget s
Uie iiwnJtla'i t
Buiiquet llunittf o
be Klvt'ii tiwiiy id
holutrly fivi t
thoso who t
teiul on iiiaUiu'i
;:i() i ft rvry
day.
C F. French m .... .
Cltv. nn i.,.. ."'. I
Mrs. French's mother
llm Packard, of Woodbcni
tho city today loo-fin, .r,r'
matters nnd visiting Wt'l
..,o, w. n. ueknh v.. .
to her homo In Chlnnnv
. ... . . . " m
t. u,.iunBnnt visit hers .m.
Mrs. L. Jones has retaraHJ
homo In Portland after -Zz
mother, Mrs. Brown! SZ
Charley Smith return ,0
w, ,u nugene yeelerd&w m
tending tho funeral of w.i
Duvo Smith.
C A. Rellfnger, otProM.i
has returned to his host h j
city after visiting hl rsstk,
M. A. Bellinger ot this dt-.'J
uiimuur 01 aayg.
E. f). Kolley relornd M 1
CU-) yesterday aMcraoofl iM
Itlng his brotrter-ln-liw. b
Crnlg fn this city tori lev t
J. J. undcrholt and wlfe.efM
burg, were In the city yttttrtq
uing menus ror a few Loot, j
loft on Afro afternoon trilahtii
land to remain over SonJij,
Leroy Gcshcr, the MiSi,'i
homo from the hot spriufi U 1
I'ncton, whiore he went to titr
from rhoumatlsm, ITelitcti
tor.
Hon. PhlT. Mctichsn ia( I
nro enrouto to Portland frea t
trip nbroa'd'. They wm it
City todny.
Pfill Motscfian, Jr., tie
Portlnnd hotel man, irulstht
today.
STARR fT((W
HIGH CLASS GOODS
GEO. C. Will'
MONEY TO l(
TH08.K.1
Ovor Ladd & Dufh'i BibISi!!
Nofwkb Union Fire J
iflsoce;
FranU Meredith, Reri4tifH
Otllco with Wo. BrotiiiXi
29 Comraprctal t1
MINI tH-H
I NEW TODA1
Wuiitiil Woman cook w
fnmirr. Good vH
or 1415. Call INI
ft
For Sale A fine drlrlM j
oaiw, v,0..., - - M,
fBW p,
a Jersey cow.
22d street
'jifx! A ulaco to orttl
t ...nrtr hV C0S1&"
Address R. WA ';SJ
Hox 73.
Ui.i-lin' To EO
. t.- ATrrenel i
u .. Jf41
uax o.
Hallowe'en Speai
0r
B'?!
PUMPKIN PIES
Genuine HOME MADE. QUALITY' and FI-AVOll
Made specially for today. . e
Pimkln for Jack o' Lanterns. We have a we
-, r .
you to select from,
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
Red Apples, Comlco Pears, Dry Pop Corn, uw .
Chestnuts, Figs, Dates and Applo Cider.
E. O. MOIJS COl'NTItV SIB-ITS.
LOIN, SPAHE RIHS.
nnM.nrvn
n .Mum f , vinMi Mackerel over brougnnu
HUTTER. ,M
VEGB1ABLES.
Celery. Lettuco, SwoeU, Turnips. CarroUaaa m
OLUT3S AND WMlS.
T1IK nEST LINE OF TIIBBB GOODi IN
MOIR GROCERY COM
48 STATE ST.
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