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34ixrXimAiijttUiWAXv jurai omnw. Saturday, octquer ai, i0orf. , - t ' . jt 1 ALBANY NEWS ,. LATEST LIVE LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS 4 FROM 'BRIGHT VALLEY cm. Albany, ' Oct. 30. (Special.) Mrs. A. F. Prfco, wife of Mr. Nlmfod Price, died at her homo east of Al bany this morning of paralysis, nt the ngo of 81 years. Sho wan a well-known and popular lady bo longing to bno of the county's beat beat known pioneer fnmllleB, and n Bister of the Into Straudcr Froinnn, who died Thursday morning, ncltho ono knowing anything of tho others Illness, Mrs. Price leaven a host of relative? and dear friends to morurn hor death. Tho -assistant postmastors of Oro gon mot at tho Albany postofflco last night and elected officers, F M. Pow- lng train for Portland to Invito all Portland to come to Albany to help and enjoy "Portland Day" at tho Linn County Apple fair. Senator Fulton spoke to a largo crowd at tho court house last night Articles of Incorporation wore filed at the court house todny for the Albany Preserving' Co., capital stock, $10,000. Tho Incorporators nro II S. Olio, II. J. Moore and Homer Moore. The main ofllco Is In Al bany: This Is a good Albany booster. Two young hobo boys were com mitted to tho reform school U1I9 morning by Judge Duncan. Mnnngor Dasont recolved a me"! The Kidneys When they nro weak, torpid, or stagnant, tho whole system suffers. Don't neglect them nt this time, but heed tho warning of tho aching back, tho bloated face, the sallow complexion, tho urinary disorder, and begin trentment nt onco with Hood's Sarsaparilla which contains tho best mid safest curatlvo substances. In usunl liquid form or In chocolated tablets known nsSarsatabs. 100doscs$l. OUR NATIONAL TICKET For President WILLIAM H. TAFT, of Ohio For VIco President JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. oil of this city wns elected president, Bng0 from Genernl PnsBengor . Agent Mr. J. II. Farrar, Salem, secretary: Vm Ktlttmmy tn3 morning, asking Mr. F. A. Page, Eugene, .treasurer tlmt th0 .ic,icnjti0n dnto for the onon- Mr. John J. Bhlpley, Portland, vice prosldont and an executive commit teo, consisting of Prosldont Powell, Vice-President Shipley, Secretary Farrar, H. B, Reea of Pendleton, Ot to Ilollborn, Astorln, and Lyman D. McKH, Ashlandi A constitution and by-lawB were adopted nud tho first nnmmi mociing orucrcu noiu ni n lem on February 22, Washington's Birthday. Tho scalod bids for tho Will, Stark and Brenner building woro oponcd In nrchttcct Burggraf's ofllco and nB thoy woro all much too high, Ihey woro rejected. Thoro woro flvo blddons, two from Salem, Mr. Wolch and Mr. jiouror, nnd tho rest woro local contractors. O. B. Hansard, of Lebunon, who wna found guilty of violating tho local option" law, was sontencod by Judgo Burnott this morning to pny a lino of $500 and sorvo a -torm of 30 days In tho county Jail. . Tho caso was appealed and $1000 bonds woto asked for nnd furnished. Twonty-slx of Albany's llvo, up-to-lato buslnoss men loft on tho morn ing of tho now union depot bo changed from Nov. 11 to Nov. 10, and preparation wll b,o mado for t. Tho S. P. offlcnls wll bo present, coming up In tho mnnngcr's special tran. ThB afternoon, on tho local field the Chcmawa Indan trann'g school .w.ont down to defeat a tho hands of Albnnv collcco nftor 50. mnutes of hnrd .Btrugglo on bothjfsdes, and at 1 tho end or second nnir tno score stood 7 to 0 n favor of Albany. Tho Illumination of tho American fleet nt Amoy, Chtnu, Is a wonder to tho Mongolians. Chemawa mado good lno bucks but Albany mndo big 'gnlns on for ward passes and ond runs. In tho second half ono of tho redskns, tho left .tacklo, bocamo a lttlo angry and was put out of tho gamo. Big Yates played a splendid gamo for Albany, bolng "Johhny-on-tho-spot" all tho tlmo. Tomorrow (Saturday) Albany high school team will moot tho Al bany collego second team In iholr first gamo, and b tho high school has sotuo good men nnl aldo tho col- logo, a good gamo Ja expected. Small Leaks In business, as well as ships, often cause disaster. Good business mon nro looking for them constantly. You can stop ono If you have money on hand not drawing In terest, by dopoqltlnc It with us, whoro It will earn 3 per cent. , f All withdrawals paid on demand. i I Sm -"BMtalKi imIHkP" fflHSnHS H IKF s 11 "ttrl Tfift fipnifinA Pal " "M,uv "rouye. travenette" Rain Coals Are just what you want' for thn mim, .. . M -- .iuj ouasnn nn.. on.Thenewjiiedlum weights in stylish casJ ? . . J a,Jf uv'oai, and have orlrlitinnfil nrl;nntnrin n( !,:.... 1 u" HUUIUU""' HU,t,mc,uc y "ciiuj waierproof. s Br' BOSTON 1 SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK 1 V I qf - Old Dutch Purtkafds.r;rr.::c:: made wd used HKKORY BARK COUjGH REMEDY for sevehl years, and reared Sure Pure VrtlTIl Sure Cure mwiit . ..1 . . . - No Alcohol Nor Alkaloids W'Z,-:iAm J WE SAVE YOUI SEVERAL DOLLARS EVERY "CRAVENETIE" RAIN COATS Because We're Satisfied With Reasonable Profits RUBBERS AND RUBBER BOOTS Are the standard in rubber footwear. We carry a complete line. , of sizes of "Boston's" 1 because We've found them satisfactory dur- mg the past 15 years in our shoe department iKtr BLANKETS COMPORTS rvllll,,'ll,IIIK115 &sllii 'I I I Irf v ('v?'. -ill ill Why not be comfort able at night When -you can get high-grade bed ding at such -reason-able prices at M z? . cc 4 ?S9V&& WZ4Sl Us?fe &&J&wedt t5 WE UNDERSELL REGULAR STORES Charles Goohingor, an 80-yoar-old O. A. R. votoran was instantly killed near Lebnnon last night. Hood Rlvor applo growors are pro paring to sond 200 boxes to the Seattle Exposition. pon't tnko cold, but If yo do, don't fall to take. Komp's Dalsam to rovont serious consequonces. Noth ng olso Is so voluablo In trcatinp coughs and coldsa Theodore Whltmore wu w$A yostorany on mo course vi - Ing his wife, whose body u v In a BW.imp nea Jeney Cltr.,!U Komp'i Balsam is a safo cough euro, for it contains nothing that can harm you. It ia tho best cough euro, but costs no moro thnn any other kind. All druggists soil It. Do not let anyone tell Jm" .t1,ln,r nlaa la hut II KOOd V& I Witt's Kidney and Bladder W5! cause there isn't " ,nj1 200(1. SOU! DT nil awi. Not Going Out of Business TJnt lilo ctnrn will lift tnrnP1 ntn n mnilnrn !in. 1fli nnil IKn Ktnrn us POOH BS DOSslule. In order to do thla wo havo determined to sacrifice all lines of articles aboo thoso prices. SUJ lists ovor. One-half our largo stock will bo slaughtered. 13c SECTION 25c Pyrogranhy Boxes 15c 25c Footed Jolly Dishes ...,15c 20c Cups and Saucers inc 20o Framed Pictures ISc 20c Gold Picture Frames ,..lBc 25o Scrap Books . . . , jt . . . 15c Glove and Handkerchief Boxes .new lines . , , . , ,43c each, ih skgribx" 35c Post Card Album 10c 25c Shopping Bags ........ 10c 30c Souvenir Plates 10c 25c Cups and Saucers 10c 25c Mechanical Toys 10c 25c Rubber Balls 10c 25c Dressed Dolls 10c 25c Kid Dolls 10c 26c Bl-que Dolls, moving eyes, natural hair 10c 25c SECTION 50c Souvenir Sugar Bowl... 23c 50o Souvenir Cream Pltcuor,25c 50c Souvenir Sugar Bowl... 25c 35c Statuary 23c 45c Souvenir Plates 25c 35c Pictures ,,,,,,, 25c 35c Doll Heads 25c 35c Jardinieres 25c 37c SECTION 45c PoBt Card Albums. , , . ...3?. 45c Dol Heads 37c 55o Souvenir Plates 37c 60c Souvenir Plates. . . ,v. . . ;37d 60c Shaving Mugs 37c 45c Ruberb Balls 37c 75o Platters 37c $1.00 Platters 7c 75c Syrup Ptcher8 87c 60a Hair Receiver . , 37c S2c SECTION S5o Doll Heads $1.10 Ioga Brown Va.. 75c Mustache Cup and 75c lose Brown Pansy D. 75c Ioga Brown Vase ...- 75c Dolls ' 75c Sugar Bow.1 " 75c Creamer . "'" $1.00 Plate ." $1.00 WIXDO Tho greatest lr"'V'V1i lem UUs wwk ls "" til Salad Bowis up - . .-. ..r, tn uaKO riais r - .., Vases nothing under ' Your choice for :..."-Jo Pyrograpby Outfit i 1.60 down to .-.- Glove and HBa- 1 ..- aalk .' I sew guir l&riwJ PyrograTSyoHtfit.J, 65c Cup and Saucer ,, 37c "' , fdLl TIIOV8ANDS OF ARTICLES ALL OVER OUU STORE THAT ARE G1WAT RAB i j , I VftfttK V' "1IIM IIUlilllAl THA1IK. . "ir Ii G. W. HOBSON'S 10 CENTS' M srA-""'