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DA1LI CAPITAIi JOUIlNAli, SAXJM, OMMOK, THUR6DAY, AUGUST 5, 1HH.
m V AS A MONEY-SAVING PROPOSITION IT WILL PAY YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR August Clearance Sale We also call attention to the new Fall Goods which we are receiving almost daily now. IMe WOMEN'S CLOTHINGNew Clothing that has good form, dash and distinction, style and symmetry; in fact, the latest styles for the carefully dressed ' man. Lowest prices prevail. ' " ,t 1 ' " , A ... ..., I ." ' ' m .1 e fye Handsome New Fall Suits For Ladies .' Do you need a new suit for the Seattle Exposition? You can be assured that we can furnish you with the latest, 'as we telegraphed for these suits to come especially to satisfy the call of people who wanted them for the A. Y. P. exposition TRUNKS !AND SUIT CASES' GALORE BBBLBBBBBLBLBBBBBaBBBBaW Made inlllic best possible manner and styles to'suit any demand. The best $5.00 Suit Case in all of Salem New MEN'S SHOES New An assortment of Men's Shoes that any store on the coast might be proud of is what we are shownig now. The Fall shoes are extremely smart. Let us show them to you. New BED SPREADS New 75c to $1 .00 New NOTIONS New A handsome showing of the latest little dress accessories have just been received. Whatever you need it's here. Saturday Calico 412c t- m jt s m .ma m m cffiv Big Reduc- inp Predominate Throughout the Store TO BEGIN WORK ON EXTENSION Following on the heels of the Reg ister's announcement in our previous Issue that the ontract for tho first 25 miles of the Natron-Klamajth Falls extension of the Southern Pacific rail road had been let to the Utah Con struction Company, came the first ooular and physical confirmation of the news Item. The proof arrived In Eugene yesterday and it was In the form of a group ot men who arrived In Eugene on un early train and who after partuKlng of breakfast at the Smeede hotel, clambered Into con veyances .-nd were driven to the right of way of the Natron line, whero thoy K will take note of wie contour of the country to be traversed and submit bids for construction of the road. Ac companying tho sub-contractors was E. O. Wattls, member of Utah Con struction company and his brother L. R. Wattii. Other members of the party are: N. J. 8weony. W. B. Hunt, V. W. Hunt, W H. Messenger. G.W. Dye, John Slsson and Ralph Stnoot, all of Oroville, Cal., and Dr. O. W, Wipers, Reno; W. A. Bechtel. Pleav anton, and O. S. Coffey of San Fran cisco. According to Mr. Wattls, his com pany has consigned a trainload of construction material to be used in the extenson of these materials are expected to arrive on the ground within a very short time. It is the Intention of Mr. Wattls company to put an army of men to work at once on construction at the Natron terminus and employment will be given 2,000 railroaders If that many men are available -Eugene Register. I HOUNDS TRACKING ROBBERS Gang That Robbed Fred Haas' Drug Store in Sheridan Said to Be Headed This Way. Fred Hans, u former drug store mnn of Snlem and well known hero, was the victim of the robbery in Sherldnn night before Inst when rob bers entered his store and carried nwny G00 worth of goods and mon'oy. After committing tho robbery the parties went south, nnd yesterdny afternoon Sheriff Henderson of Yam hill county succeeded In gottlng so mo bloodhounds, nnd n posso was organ ized to pursue them. The Inst re ports of the robbors wnsi that the hotuuls hnd traced them to flvo miles north of Dallas, In Polk county, nnd tho band of men after them nro push ing the fleeing men hnrd. It wna al so reported this morning that the fugitives were headed toward this city nnd u closet lookout Is being kept by nuthorltles lie t ween hero nnd Dallas. Although an oxact descrip tion cannot bo obtnlncd of tho thlovcs t.icy nro snld to bo foreigners, pos sibly lUillttns, who hnd been working In the vicinity or Sherldnn recently. o Ju&yszed! tQZiA u!g0 REDUCTIONS LI6HTER THAN AIR CHAMPION United I'reie .ened Wire. San Frnncloco, Aug. 6. Jim Jef fries la tolling around tho east just how ho Is going to pulvorlzo John son when ho gots tho negro Into tho ring. Four hundred punches from ovory point ot tho compass, doclnros tho champion hcnvywolght pugilist of tho world, will bo hurled lit tho blnck, and If one only ono what's tho ubo. Johnson's money Is up In Chicago, Joffrlos' Is up In Now York, both forfeits al rondy aro dragging their anchors i Joffrlos Is going to Carlsbad, or Orogon. or Tlmbusktoo, nnd thoro you nre. It Johnson nnd Jeffries don't got down to business pretty soon and quit frncturlng tho English -langungo they ohould bo plncbod as public nuisances. Do you know the cash store definition for this word? It means "a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent on your purchases." See? Men's Clothing Still a nlco lino to soloct from. Nobby suits for young mon, nil this season'n cut. Our best values reduced 20 per cent. Thoy nro bargains at tho orlglnnl price. 20 Tan Shoes Are cool, dressy and tho shoos of shoes for wear. AH tans, high or low, big or little, also oxbloods, hrc going at a reduction of 20 per cent 20o Fancy Parasols Light, durable, beautiful. Tho kind to .fool tlio bud. Suro to plonoo you. Going at ONE-THIRD- OFF. I 2 Straw Hats "J For dress wear. Values Off 50c upward. REDUCED ONE-THIRD. This Includes nil Pnnnmns. Women's Underwear K big bargain 'counter load ed with host quality light and medium wolght, r)bbcd undor Wear; regular 4'Cc 50c and 65c values nt OoC'Vo inovo thorn lively. '' ' Hosiery Wornon's high grado fancy whito Ltslo and Lace Hoso; 45c and 50c values reduced to 25c Children's white, blnck asd tan; 256 values reduced to 15c Similar reductions In nearly all dopnrtmonts. Avail yourself of tho money-saving opportunity. Quality Overlaps Price E. P. SMITH T00RIN6 VALLEY Edwin P. Smith, a capitalist. rep resenting Now York owner ot the Oregon Electric, is touring tho Wilf amette valloy with General Manager Guy W. Talbot, looking over terri tory for extensions. It to under stood his trips will include the larg er portion of the valley, and while nothing definite will be determined on at once. It is probable there will be some extensive work done in the near future that will mean .the making of a network of electric lines throughout the valley. CHASED AN AUTO, CAUGHT AN OYSTER (United Irra I.eaaed Wire.) Saornmonto, Cal., Aug, 5. After a wild pursuit from Ran Francisco to Santa Cruz, thonco to Stockton nnd Sacramento, Dr. Rerthcau of tho Ray city, whoso Packard nutomobtlo was Btolon Inst Saturday night, al legedly by ono Jnck Warner, Is on his way homaward. His clow was false, as Instoad of pursuing nn auto mobile tlilof ho was on tho trail of a brother medico, Dr. Oyster, also of San FrnnoUco, who suffered some In convenience through tho fact that he owns a cur of the pamo mnko as Dr Dortheau. Dr Oyster, who was touring to Lake Tahoo, was stopped at Placer ville and hold by tho authorities un til ho could demonstrate that ho was traveling in Ills own car. LOST IN THE DESERT, SHE GOES INSANE tt'nlK-'l Vrtr l.eai-1 Wirt. 1 Rono, Nov., Aug. 5. Following a terrible experience in the desert which mado her mad, Miss Helen Rope, a cultivated English girl. Is today receiving treatment at the In sane asylum hero. The physicians have hopes for her recovery. Ml&fl Rope was visiting her bro ther, a miner at Lunlng. Three weeks ago she strayed Into tho desert. Her brother searched for her a week con tinuously before he found her. She was violently Insane, and without food or water. Ho took her Into Tonopah, where uhe was adjudged InsaneT and she was tken to the asylum last night. Miss Rope Is an accomplished mu slc'an. She speaks three language fluently and Is a member of a fine English family. COUNT ZEPPELIN MAKES BIG FLIGHT I United l'rcii Leaaed Wlre.l Cologne Aug. 6, Count Zoppolln today sallod his "Zoppolln II," tho groatest air chatt la the world, trow Frankfort to this city, arriving In good condition, after a lllght last ing six hours and fifteen mlnutos. Ho apparently bad tho ship under porfect control nnd landed with the precision and case of n bird. Thoso who witnessed tho arrival of tho ship woro greatly Impressed by tho control in which tho count hold tho air monster. .Vollm to Coiitnictoi-M. Notlco Is horcbyl given that senlod bids will bo opened nt n mooting of ino common council of Snlom, Oro gon, to bo hold on tho 9th day of August, 1000, for tho improvomont of Miller street In said city ot Bclom, Oregon, boUvcon tho oust lino of Commorclnl streot and tho west line of High street In nccordnnco with tho plans and specifications adopted by tho common council for said improvo mont nnd now on fllo In tho office of tho city recorder. Rids will bo recolvod on proposals submitted by tho city attorney nnd must bo In ac cordance with tho specifications. unto or tno first publication of this notice, tho 3rd dny of August, 1000. Jjy order or tho common council, W. A. MOORICS. S-3-51 City Recordor. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. TIMI2 TAMtK. Effective Sunday, July 4, 1960, at 12:01 A. M. Northbound. No. 16 Oregon Express ... 5:15 a.m. No, 18 Cottage Qrovo Pns. 8:16 p.m. No. 20 Roseburg Pass. ... 3:15p.m. No. 14 Portland Express. . 8:10 a.sa. No. 12 Shasta Llmltod ... 7:43 p.m. Southbound, No. 13 Snn Frnncloco Ex. , 3:31 a.m. No, 11 ShaBta Limited ... 7:43p.m. No. 10 Ashlnnd Pnssengor.lO:3C a.m. No. 17 Cottago Qrovo Pass. 0:46 p.m. io. 15 California Express. 9:50 p.m. Northbound. No. 220 Way Freight ... .11:45 a.m. No. 222 Portland !ast Frt. 0:50 p.m. Southbound. No. 226 Wny Freight 11:46 a.m. No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:48 a.m. No. 225 will leave Grant Pass In tho morning Instoad of ovonlng and will not carry piiBsongora botween Ornnta Pass nnd Ashland. Nob. . j nnd 40 between Woodburn und Crnbtroo and 51 nnd 52 between 1 cbnnon and Albany will run dally, No'. 74 will connect with No. 4 at Hhorldan Junction. No. 3 will con . with No. 76 at St. Joseph. OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY F L Ross, nine miles south ot Lakevlew, Is raising flno cherry crops Notlco of Intention to Improve a Portion of Asylum Avenue, Notlco 1h hereby given that tho common council of tho city of Snlom, Orogon, dooms It oxpcdlont to Im prove and proposes to Improvo at tno oxpenso of abutting and ndjncont property. Asylum nvonue In tho city of Salem. Orogon, from the cast end of tho brldgo ovor North Mill crcok to tho oast city limits. Tho roadway of said portion of said Asylum nvo nuo Including Intersections shall bo Improved with a crushed rock im provement In nccordnnco with tho plans nnd specifications adopted by tho common council and on fllo in tho offlco ot tho city recorder and by doing nil things required In said plans and specifications. Remonstrances may bo filed against said Improvement In tho manner and within the tlmo required in tho charter of said city. Lmto of tho first publication ot this notice, tho 3rd day of August. 1909. Ry ordor of the common council, W. A. MOORE8. 8-3-llt City Recorder. Time Cord Kffecthe Nov. IB, 1008. Lentes Fori Portland nnd Intermediate, local. 7i00a.ni. 1'iirilaDdlllllitioro and Intermediate, local 0 100 a.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 10 :05 a.m. I'urtlatiri and luterinedlitfe. local. II :M a.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 1:00 p.m. t'ortlanil-Tualatlu and Ulllaboro, llm Ited 3 :35 p.m. I'nrlland-lllllaboro and Intermediate. local 4:15 p.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 0:10 p.m. Cortland and Intermediate, local. 8:40 p.m. Arrivrs Frem: Portland and Intermediate, local. 8:30a.m. I'orilaud lllllaboru and Intermediate, local 0:40 a.m. rrllNud-lllllaboroTuaiatln. llm Ited 10:20 a.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 11 :0B a.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 1:35 a.m. I'urtUud-liimboro and Intermediate. local , 4 :00 p.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 0:40 p.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 8:20 p.m. New Hotel Located at Hoover. Or , two and one-half miles east of Detroit at the ond of C. & E. R. R., on Santlam rivej. Now! fur (shod rooms and good board at reasonable rates. Hunt ing and fishing first-class. For in formation write HOOVER LUMBER CO., nimwer. Or REMOVAL SALE Now is the tlmo to purchase fixtures for your new house at tnusunlly low prices. Wo will closo out our stock fixtures at a sacrifice, and it will pay yet: to select your fixtures now. Tho Electric Fixturo & Supply Co. now docs a general wiring business, and Is prepared to satisfy your noods in that line. 4 ELECTRIC FIXTURE & .SUPPLY CO. Xt, S. JtifDE, Manager ' " Phono 263 Factory 246 N." Liberty Hi. Salesroom. 425 Court