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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. IALSM, OftMOON, SATURDAY, OCTOI1ER 81, IM.
J. L STOCKTON The White Corner New Nekwear For ladies Just receivoil direct ffom ' New York, tho vory lntost ideas hi fix ing for tho neck. Chiffon Collars. Ruche otc. Luce Stocks, Ties, Jn bot ntid Collars, Lnco Fronts, etc. Stooke with Croat TIos, etc. !g to $3.00 New Purses i snclil lino of our regular il 15 and $1.50 Hand Bags Is no on sn'e nl $1.00 Elastic Hclts. All colors. Look Ijurt like 50c values Special 25c each Kimonas Long Blanket Cloth Kimonas, nnd Robes. Long Eldordowno, Flannelettes nnd Silks In vory now nnd attractive styles such as you find only In fnshlonnblo de partments. $1.00 to $7.50. Short Kimonas Silks nnd Cotton Cloths in every stylo and quality. 50c to $3.50 KLIXTIOX FORECAST (Continued from pngo nluo.) I Michigan The stato Is prnctlcal- usured for Taft, but with a ro wed majority from that of 1004. Hsaffwtlon Is folt on account of be Republican gubornntorlnl enn- fidite running for a third torm, nnd III nay cause hi into run consldcr- bl; behind tho nntlonal ticket. Tho indldates for governor oro Wnr Etr (Rep.) nnd Hcomnns (Dom). Minnesota -A split In tho Scnndl- hrlsn vote, which horotoforo olcct- Johnson (Dom.), of Swedish do tal, as governor, Ib Ukoly through he candidacy of Johnson (Rop.) a orveglnn, leaving tho stnto ticket doubt. Thero seoms to bo no bit of Tnft's success. Thoro nro Qt claims mnilo that Johnson will Irrj the state, but tho rest of tho tt ticket wti bo Republican. In it second congressional district, irmer Assistant Postmnstor-Gonor- McCleary, (Hop.) has a closo (ht on with Hammond (Dom.). It tnougbt that all tho othor eight ctrfcta will elect Republican nom- leet. Mississippi Tho stnto will glvo r;n the usual majority. Missouri Strenuous work on tho of the Republican campaign pansgers aligning thousands of rws, who have not voted boforo, Wher with tljo fact thnt tho Can ute for governor, Hndloy, Is pop hr tbronRhout tho stato bocnuso f's light against tho Standard Oil rpan, rnd Is giving Cowherd! ' h t run,' affords tho Ro- Rtiicans n show for their olnlms, t the muddle ovor tho rnco for M ienatorshlp counts ngnlnst fo. At tin timo of tho oloctlon prlmar voto of tho Domocratlc assoniblymon wll bo also tnkon, and, owing to the fact that scratching Is practically impossible, becuuso of tho peculiarly printed ballots, It is thought thnt tho majority of tho vot ers will voto tho straight tlckot, prob ably Domocratlu In tho fight for tho Democratic primary nomina tion for senators, Govornor Folk s making n hot fight against tho pros out Bonutor, Stono. Montana Tho result will probably bo closo. Tho chances now seem, to favor Tnft Tho Ropti oilcans nro confident, nnd oxpect to elect Don Ian govornor, and got n majority In tho legislature. Labor Is counted on to support tho Republican ticket, but, ns usual, Is an uncertain quan tity on tho national ticket. Quito a numbor of prominent Domocratlc business mon say thoy will bolt Bry an, but will voto tho stato tlcKet. For govornor Donlnu( Rep.); N'oitIb (Dom.). Nobrnskn Thoro can bo no snfo prediction now oh to what mny hnp pou. Cannon's unpopularity will cost tho Republicans bo mo votes, and I Is cslmntcd lint tno total result Is pre-eminently doubtful. Tho crux of tho situation Is thoj farmer voto, which, although mostly Republican, may not bo cast In Its entirety, ow ing to Home Incxpllcablo apathy. Tho stato tlckot will probably go Republican, owing to tho popularity of mo gubernatorial candldnto, Sheldon. Tho Domocrats claim tho loglslaturo. Tho candidates for govornor nro Sholdon (Rop.) nnd Shallouborgor (Dom.). Novnda Tho Incronso In popula tion slnco tho last election is un unknown quantity, but n Domocratlc mnjorlty is probable, owing to local conditions; principally tho notion of NEW STYLE AMBROL RECORD Afcr gome delay by tho Edison factory I now have all the new "y1 Ed's in records In stock. Those now records will run double as long as the old stylo. I Also Have the Attachments to fh-g y ur olJ styl0 xnacblre to a now stylo. GEO. C WILL Muslt aril Sewing Machine Dealer. South Commercial Street. Wn um WIRE FENCING, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, PAINT AND OIL 4if Salem Hardware Co. uu COMMERCIAL ST. PHONE 172 Senator Nixon (Rep.) In supporting tho two Democratic congressional nominees ns repayment for their services in bringing troops Into tho stnto In the Goldfteld troubles, In which Nixon had pecuniary Interests. Now Hampshire Notwithstanding the early antagonism nmong labor and the lack of onthuslnsm nt tho state convention. Tnft will undoubt edly carry the state by tho usual comfortable Republican majority I he election o fa Republican legis lature Is a seemingly nbsoluto cor talnty and foreshadows the re flection of Senator Gal.iiiger. For governor Qttlmby (Rop.) and Can (Dem ). New Jersey Although Drynn lins a good many friends In New Jorsoy this year It is doubtful whether ho will succeed In overcoming tho usu al Republican vote. Ho ox poets to gain considerable on tho tariff question. Tho Republicans clRlm een of the ten congression nl districts, positively; and hope to get eight or nine. Now York With Indiana, Now York Is one of tho two most doubt ful states. Both Bides claim a vlo tory for both their national and state tickets, but tho odds aro In fnvor of tho Republicans. Governor Hughes' campaign has undoubtedly added greatly to Taft's strength, but thero Is llttlo reason to bollovo thnt tho "personnl liberty" voto which Chanlor will poll e.imtmo vl'l nec essarily be delivered to Bryan. Even tho Republican stato leadora havo been fearful of Now YoriC City, so fnr us tho gubernatorial tlskot Is concerned, nnd they havo counted on tho up-stato voio f pull Tnft through, but tho dono.is'rntlon fjtv on hlm Inst Wednesday at M.tdlsou Squnrc Garden, ono of tho m.irt won derful ever accorded .1 p'ul.Icpl enii dldato in the grentor city, hn.i given his supporters hopo for n blsj volo below the Hnrlo mrlvor. Tho st'ito loglslaturo, whtai wiW vlicoio i rtsc cossor to Piatt, will probably bo Re publican. All fnctlonu havo been ollmlnnted from both parties and each stato machlno Is working In good shape. For governor HmkIich (Rep.); Chnnlcr (Dem.). North Carolina Tho usual Domo cratlc voto Ib expected notwith standing Tnft's visit and extraordin ary efforts by tho Republicans. For governor Kitchln (Dom.); Cox (Rop.). North Dakota Notwithstanding tho Incrcnso In tho Democratic voto for Urynh, tho Republican majority is expected to 'bo norriinl. Tho heal ing of stato fnctI6ns In tho Republi can camp probably means tho oloc tlon of Johnson (Rop.) to tho gov ernorship over Durko (Dem.), who was elected Inst time becnuso of tho factional Republican fight. Tho can didates for United States senator nro Marshall nnd Johnson (Rop) nnd Cnshel (Dom). As tho leglslnturo will be Republican, one of tie former will be choson. Ohio It hns been n hot fight In this state from Btart to finish. Tho complicating factors havo boon tho labor voto, tho negro voto, tho For nkor disaffection, tho rout yoptlou question, and Tnft's Akro.i speech threo yonrs ago denouncing "Ross" Cox. Tno result will probably bo closo on both tho stnto nnd nntlonnl tickets. Doth tho Republicans nnd Democrnts expect to Incrbnso their membership in congress. For gov ernor Harris (Rop.); Harmon .(Dom.) Oklahoma Tho people of this state havo their Hrst ohnnco to voto for n president nt this olectlon and a goodly Democratic mnjorlty Is ox pected. A Democratic leglslnturo is cortaln, Insuring tho ro-olectlon of Senator Goro (Dom.). Oregon After an npnthotlc cam paign, n Republican majority of about the . normal slzo Is oxpoctcd. I A groat fight Is in progress over tho st-natorshtp, tho Republican majority of tho leglslnturo having boon plodgad on their olectlon In Juno to voto for Governor Chamberlain i Dom.) against Cnka'dlop i Pennsylvania A big Kepublt un ui Jtrlty. Although noealbly not so b.- as In pravlous years, on account of iho labor- voto, Is cpecto(l. Tho H publfoans QKfMot to gain at I-ast tw i seftfff in eongres. Tho Demo-iTi-ii expect to faorease their prt ' - tan. Vc'rg4anfc--Tl) State will give the RopubHoayi Hattonal ticket Its usunl lnrg tnajorlt' G H Prow Rfj wn elet'tod governor September 1 Vlrglnlu- lutereet coijter in tho ' nitttn district, vslmre Sletap (Rep?. I U ltkel to dftfent Dyara (Dem ) ami 1 returned to ongrww Washlagioa The UBal Ropubll-I can majority U expeeted. At thU olectlon the stale vtei for tbroo congreteman by dlstrloU. Formerl" ou' two oBgresmen at large woro cho.n. The Republicans will un doubtedly elect sufficient members fo ho state legislature to Insure the election of Wesley h. Jones, United fUte wnator to succeed Ankeay. V Vi!tlSf V i'l-pvr7? TlTJi V gtlW AJWBgBtlBMiBlBM' " T'iuB4gPHglkgA- ffKWlwfcAfc v. f JS tf-TjtJ S J """MMMM"MWMMMIMMW WMIMMW m i i i i! i ,m i J Mao LM.cIpH, Urltnii Dona In "Hip Hip Hooray. I The MONARCH Range 7j Will Pay for ltself BECAUSE.- It is built RIGttT--of Mailable Iron and Steel Thoro nro TWO distinct kindB of stool rangos, widely differ foront, oxcopt In-ono roapeut they both have stool bodies. In tho Monarch Rnngo, unbrenkablo Mnlloablo ' Iron h UBod for thoso parts Ahat aro cant or grey Iron In nil of tho "common Bort" of teol ranges. Tho senma and Joints nro made by riveting the heavy stool plates of tho body nnd ovon to .MALTiKAIiLK Iron frnmoB, mak ing seams as solid ns thossaof a stoain hollar, that will roinuln TIGHT for unlimited yenrfl. Such a mothod of construction Is posulhlo only whou Mnllo ablo Iron Is used, and It Is largely this "nlr .tightness" that Jiliill ftvttnjjr a Nanuroh Rang PrST The C'llKV Iron In Common sort of steel range la to IUUTTI.K to tand liainmerliig ueewsary to rivet It to tho steel. So tho Joints nro mada with stove bolts and plasterod with stove putty la an attowpt to make thorn appear tight. Because every one.knowe that "air lenka" Jnto tho flues nrd firebox WASTH tiiei -And the range must seam to ha tlght--gt leaat till it Is sell). Mw a llttla use theio soama open up the oxpaaa'on and eostraeiloa works the, nuts loose tho heat warps the Iron and nCo apart -the putty drlt up nnd falls cit. The rango 'eaks Ir all over II WASTKtf oimliltw tho Monarch to do ns muoh work ftB An Ordlnury stool rango with but, ono-hnlf tho fuol. It Is by aoutally 8AVINO n largo part of tho money ordinarily spoilt for fuel and repairs that "Tho Monarch Pays for Itself." If s easy to see HOW the Monarch pays for itself when you compare its Riviteri Air-Tight Construe tion with the Make-Up of the Ordinary Steel Range! Thoro Is no fuol wuato with n .MONARCH rango It utilized AMi the onorgy In tho fuel iibos about UALV what the othor kind of n range roqulros. Thug tho saving in fuel alone pays the range' entire cost In a remarkubly short tlmo. This "dlfforout" CONSTRUCTION effect nor only n saving of KC'ICf, but of hard LABOR aud much TIMH an well. Thero'M no stovo blacking to be done no black kottlo bottoms to Bcour no waiting for n slow flr to got tho oven hot Kvorythlng goes impflthly without a hitch about n Monarch Ban so. Thg Butlsfaotion of suing such a rang Is worth muoh to a housekeeper. It's all duo to the CONSTRUCTION. Uilpiaxm I WADE, PEARCE & CO. SALEM, OREGON (Continued on page eight.) Dw"$y SkUtactefgAMge MHtl 4