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"SCCSE WTt.iaga wwy: .ai-'1 vo. -r - j- iAH s DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1009. asussaiski This Fall We Again Present to Salem People i The Opportunity of Obtaining the Highest Quality Merchandise h For the lowest possible price. It has cost us over 30 years' experience and hard labor in search of this high class merchandise that now fills the shelves and adorns the store. Our assortments are larger than ever before, and when we were selecting we never forgot that the best quality only woul:' enter our storethis Fall. Everybody who gives us their patronage are only doing themselves a favor, because it's our merchandise that gives best satisfaction. RffSnl w I.'" IP7 ) ws i if serges, homo-spuns, Individual')) fancy. FALL TAILORED WAISTS The matorlals nre lawns nnd linens, with embroidered fronts nnd collars. All sizes nre now roady for your choosing. NET WAISTS Wo'vn sold hundreds of Not Waists this season and the do ninnd Is so great nnd the small prlcos we me asking liOop these waists on tho move, .lust re ceived Bome olover creations In white nud ecru lace bobluetto wnh.ts In prices from $3.50 to $6 CITY NEWS Wouther Irconiit Fulr tonight; Tuesdny fair nnd Wanner. Gllson's Harbor Shop the best. Cottage Undertaking l'arlo Cottngo and Gneuiekota Sts. Culls day or night. J. C. Sill. Phono 724. Buys a Mock J. E. Forbes of Seattle, who owns considerable property hero, baa sold block 25 lu tho depot addition to Salem to R. E. Korngold. Anderson's Shop six barbers. 8-1 Otf Gospel Meeting Dally at 2:30 and 7:30 at 829 Broadway by the Ghuroh of tho Living God All lover t tho truth Invited. Bring your frionda, 8-23-lw Trover's Coupon Have aspired. If you want them reuewed Mil at ohm. 8-l73tf You Aro cordially requested to phono any (torn of Interest, such as a per sonal about a friend or yourself, to tho Journal, Main S3. No Item too email. Notice There will bo a meeting of tho stockholders o( the Campbell Auto matic Safety Qua Burner Co. Monday ordutug at 7:30. tit Savage & Dort'a real estate office, 125 S. Commercial street. This Is Important; all are urged to be present. 8-2 1-2 1 Woodtmra Wa&ts Koad Wood burn la raising a bonus for railroad to connect the city with the electrlo line. It Is only a couple of miles, but enough under present conditions to shut Woodburn oS from the benefits of tho splendid ervice so near Its doors, OH tor Newport James McEvoy and wife learo to merrow for several weeks' outing at Newport. Jim says he Is going to pt oh a pair of blue ovoralls, a black frMfi a4 an old hat, and just raiso well, it wasn't the price of goods, he GRAND SHOWING OF Ladies' Tailored Suits 500 New Ones Just Received Long conts with plain and plonted Bklrts will bo very much In ovldonco. Stilotly plain tnllured, only tho very highest grado of findings nnd lin ings nro used In tho construction of tho swoll creations. Tho long contcd styles this store is foaturlng tiro oxact likenesses of tho Paris Ameri can stylos thnt will ho Boon so much this Benson In Now York nnd othor lending stylo contors. Tho fnbilcs show sonio of the mannish mixtures In etc., nil doslrnulo colorings nnd styles to suit each Wo Invito your Inspection. SILK PETTICOATS Tomorrow, for the first time, our stock of gum nntuod Tuffotn Silk Petticoats for Fnll will bo placed rutitl) for your Inspection. This sonson wo art showing all tho wanted now colorings. SILK IIOSIIERY Tho Uoslory Sec tion has Just re ceived n largo Hhlpment of Silk Hose with lisle foot, In light blue, pink, tan and black I'rlc $1.25 said, ho was going to raise, but what ever It w'iib, If he succoods In raising It. tho water will bo warm enough for comforlnblo bathing sooit after It Rots up. . . Vlltl Alaska Mr. and Mrs. Stockton and daugh ter, Zoo, havo rournod from a visit to tho Soattlo fair and a trip to Alas ka. Mr. Stockton was disappointed lu tho Oregon exhibit, ns Is nearly overyono clso( who vlstta It. but Is highly dellgh'led with his Alaska trip. Granulated 8or0 Kyes Cured. "For twonty years I suffored from a bad caso of granulated sore oyos," says Martin Doyd, of Henrietta, Ky. "In February, 1003, a gontloman asked mo to try Chamberlain's Salvo. I bought ono box and iuod about two-thirds of It and my eyes havo ! not given me any troublo since," ' This inlvo Is for salo by all good urugglstH. IKilable is tlk Wml When you nre talking about Law rence's grocory store, Tho storo you can always dopond on. Phono 311. Cornor of Commercial and Forry streets. Tho Iteiuoval Salt of Unrrs' Jowelry stock will long be roiuembored In Salem as ono of tho greatest bargain events evor of fered. WIhjii It Oonio .To groceries we nro horo with the goods. Everything you want. Phone us an order. Sunset grovory, 432 Stato street. Phone 131. (iftH Judgment for Part Tho finding of facts In the case or O Jettt against J. E. Smith et al were concluded today by Judge Bur nett and tho plaintiff was given Judgment In tho sum or $289.76. This case has been pending for eomo time, being brought by Jettl to re cover 1730.34, which ho alleged was duo him for lumber purchased by tho plaintiff from the defendant, who was a store keeper, amounting to $440.50. which ho subtracted from the total amount aued for. Buck for .Money George Cusltor has filed a com plaint In the circuit court In which ho alleges that J. M. Zeis and Anno Wednesday's Surprise Sale No. 446 For Wednesday only, tho largo Domestic section offers tin extra good gnido smooth, blenched, hnlf LINEN TOWELS. Thoy are of n most doslrnblo slzo nnd tho quality nnd low prlco which we offer them will cuuso brisk soiling. Fifteen dozen In tho lot. ; a y Buy as many ns you wnnt tit " Solo begins ut 8:30 Wednesday morning. C. O. D. mall or money or ders will positively receive no attention. Do horo "early. Fall Dress Goods 3ftm&jt. .BBTVySiwTgrSxi mwZZrWKHKEEp m D. Zols aro indebted to him In tho i sum of $311.92 on a promissory uoto. Ho prays for Judgmont for tho nbovo hum with olght por cout per annum and $50 as sultablo at torneys fees. Attorneys Raugh & Seltz appears as' oounsol for tho plaintiff. Invited the Governor Governor Hotison recolved an Invi tation from the Uikes-to-tho-Gulf Deep Waterway Association today asking him to attend tho convention shlch Is to bo hold In Now Orleans. I Jumped Hoard Hill J. W. Manning and S. J. Murk woro nrrosted today by ConMablo Ira Hum 1 iron on tho charge or Jumping u ! hotel boiud bill, the Florence hotel ' being the complainants. They wu.ro arraigned beforo Justlue of tho Peace , Wobstor this aftornoon and pleaded xullty. Judge Webster fined thorn $x0," and owing to their financial , holdings being strained ut present I they were lucked up In the county Jull. PERSONAL MENTION Merrill S. Lamport left for tho Se attle fair today. Ho will visit In Vic toria and Vancouver, U. C, und also his brother. E. II. Lamport, who Is lu thu harness and saddltiry business In Tucouia. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Irvln returned this morning rrom Seattle, where thoy have been spending -n week at tho ralr. INCORPORATIONS Furmors and Fruit Growers Bank; incorporators. O. L. Davis, L. E. N.akoniun. C. H. Corey; principal place at business, Medford; capital stock, $5O,0OQ. Oregon Evaporating and Preserv ing Company; Incorporators, W. H. Swett. E. F. Morris. A. C. Dayton; principal placo of business, Portland; capital stock, $30,000. Portland Auto School and Commis sion Houso; Incorporators, Geo. O. McCroskey, Annlo L. McCroskey, II. F. Mulklncss; principal placo of bust ness. Portlaud; capital stock, $250. The Holmes Business Cellege: In corporators. 8. C. Spencer. J D. Long and Mrs. Holmes, capital stock. $5000 principal office. Portland Introduction of high olnss dross goods at special opening prlcos. Dross goods In tho same class ns thoso shown by Macy's. Mc Creory's, Wannmnker. and oth ers In Now York city today. The style stores' correct weaves, the font tiro of this Fall's showing will be n change from seasons gone by. Hough weaves are In evidence; home-spun. mannish mixtures, etc., plain bronddo'Hs In all shados; best quality di rect from tho famous Botan; Mills. Satin finish cloths nre out. What wo have left will bo closed out regardless of prlco. Tomorrow you will have 100 pieces or the new weaves and colorings to choose ir m at special opening prices for few days only, MlNGORPORTED EIGHT ARE KILLED (Continued from Page 1 to dlsporso. Tho mon now, however, woro filled wltbo lust for blood aud sighting tho constabulary thoy opon ed flro on thorn. Troopor Williams foil dead from his horso. Thou it was that tho constabulary wore or- dored to shool to kill. Beforo this order was given tho strikers poured another volloy Into tho stnto police nnd Troopor Smith roll rrom his horse mortally wounded. When an ambulanco made Its way! to the car plant for tho purposo of carrying tho wounded troopers to tho hospital tho vehlclo was attacked and tho driver farced to (too for his' lire. As soon as tho nows or trouble J1H All All lilt intkii M rm C3 abtl 90 mm &mh A VUUIIUU IliOUIII(i OIIU1IU VIUIIIUWlli .wore In a hundred additional depu- u are oonforrl horo toa ro. os nnd thoso were hurried to Me-' , ptub Htrlko Kees Rooks on a special cor. , Uoj Lgtt thU aftornoon ,t wa8 Ten rnpld flro machine guns weredtcUeii t0 awnit dovolonmenta aiut Hilokly dispatched to MoKees Boeks ii 'automobiles. Tho Btrlkors after two months' Idleness today nro despornto. Their families aro suffering for the want or food. Although a commissary- department has been organized visions aro coming in slowly and the pangs or hunger la boginuing to show Its effect by driving tho men to dis order. Tho wives of the strikers are be coming conspicuous in the rioting. Soiuo of them oven carry pistils, but the majority of thorn are armed with clubs and stones, which they are us ing effectively. On account of their sex the police heretofore have paid llttlo attention to them, but since last night's riot ing they havo been ordered to use their maces unsparingly. More troublo-'ls'feared tonight and addltlonay deputy sheriffs will be sworn in today and sent to the scene to assist In keeping order. The streets of McKees Rocks and Schoenvllle. tho scene or last night's violent 1 toting, aro practically de serted this aftornoon. except ror the state constabulary and deputy sher iffs. No oao 1 being allowed to en tor the town unless they can satisfac torily explain their mission No one is allowed to loiter abou Men Like -Good Clothes nnd for this reason wo were very careful In muk Ing Fall selections. Wo have recolved such n largo variety or modols that wo can cator to man of all ages and glvo thorn whnt they want. Wo find ' thnt man soldom grow old In their clothes taste, and the makers of tho'so goods seom to hnve tho gift of making stylos for thu ' man of middle ngo which are as young looking us he feels, as well as mak ing the ultra fashions which ovory young follow wants. All tho fabrics aro all wool. It's quite a Copyright by Hart SchafFncr Sc Mirr unique fact in clothes thoso cotton-ndultoratlon dns. Conn- In any da now and try on your Fall suit. Fit guuruin-d bcslJnsth prke U as attractive ax tho suit. This store is the home of Hart, Schaffner choosing. ! tho streota and oven roportors aro kept moving. Sheriff Qumbort, fear ing more r'otlng again tonight, will ask Covoruor Stuart this aftornoon to rush a detachmont of tho stnto mllltla horo. President Hoffstott this afternoon said that tho reports of last night's rioting had been greatly exaggerated While It has boon officially roportod ' that eight mon aro dead ho declared that tho number or Injurod would , not exceed 20. ' Tho continuation or tho light bo- cween his company and lb employes, ho 8a,d- ,8 ,arSe-y du to tho ,ntor ference of outsiders, aided by social Ists and tho sonsatlona! statements made by cortaln nowspapors. Wlll Iiid Itlotlng. Harrlsburg, Pa., Aug. 23. GoWr mr Stuurt and Captain John Groomo nnliimnmlAr nt thu atntn Annotnlui. if tjl9 rw,,it 0f tho next 24 hours warrant it additional troons will be riwi,ed to JWoKoos Hocks. Governor Stuart Is thoroughly nrousud ovor tho continual vlolonco there and Is detormlnod to put a pro-'stop t3 tho rioting even If ho has to call out tho ontlro state mllltla to j0 It The Fruit Union Owing to a quorum not being pres ent at tho meeting of tho Fruit Un ion Satdrday, no business could be done, but it "was the sentiment of thoie present that the capital stock should be Increased and arrange ments made for handling dried fruit. PHMHMHM Quite often tho system Im'coiih-s run down und the blood impov-l erMteil and you nfd tonic und j "timtiltint to restore tiling to u ; normal condition. Then youj nerd. OSTETTER' KUCMtATSB STOMACH BITTER m m Dl I I Clt m9W I u a I 'I sTi7) m mmmmWLmWEB&mmmmLW f mwm f Ml fcHifHt If 9PSmrLmmmt II M13ViLM II ixSaBl.'uBii if fill) ill I & Marx Clothes CLUCTT COAT SHIRTS In plain nud pleated bosoms, In stripes and fancy pattern effects, wuh or without cuffs attached, all sizes in tile new Fall st)les are now ready for your uaaaj, HOU.Y. BROWN To Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Brown, nn eight-pound boy, at 12:30 a. in. Sunday. 0 ' NEWT0DAY ((. LOST A light bay maro, about 12 years old; whlto face and four whlto foot. Flndor please report to city marshal's office 8-2S-3t LOST A cougar claw watch charm with I. O. O. F. emblem on one side. Flndor pleaso return to Cross' ment market ror reward, 8-23-3t FOR SALE Furnituro nnd fixtures for dressmaking parlors'. Inquire , of L. Dnlglolsh, 171 Court street, - or phono 1197. 8-23-3t WANTED Hop pickers; 00 acres fine crep: 50o per box. Wo fur- ' ulsh straw, potatoos and wood ready sawed Thos. Holmnn. Rt 2; phono Suburban 81. 8-23-tf FOR RENT Several rooms nicely furnished; olcctrlc light and tele phone; sploudldly equipped bath nnd toilet on toennd floor. Call in nftornoons at 715 Coiner street, cornor Cottnge. 8-23-2t Thomai A. Edison says -avlatioa Is futllq and that he tried It 40 years ago. c THE OLIFP HOUSE. All newly fitted up. Clean and neat. Cottage and tents for rent at Nye Creek. The only perfect view of tho ocean. W. I). WHEELER, Prop. Newport. Oregon. Norwlcfe TJn.on Fire Insurance Company Frank Meredith. Resident Agent Room 13, Ladd & Hush nnk Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or, PIANO TUNING Tuning pollsnins repairing Tel S 4 MitfUkL2?CMh tWtfStti