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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, 1VESDAY, AUGUST SI, 1B00.
HARRIMAN ARRIVES IN NEW YORK HERE IS SALEMS' GREAT PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO. SALEM DIVISION EST VALUMIVINC SALE. Regular 85c Dress Goods 49c Regular 25c to 50c Laces, remnants 10c Regular 10c to 25c Laces, remnants 5c Regular $1.00 to $3.00 Corsets 35c I.ejular $1.00 to $5.00 House Dresses and wrappers 50c Regular $1.25 to $2.00 Barefoot Sandals $1.00 Muslin Underwear 20 per cent less One-Third off on Linen Suits for ladies.. .One-third less One-Third off on Parasols One-third less One-Third off on White Wash Dress Skirts One-third less One-Third pff on Summer Kimonas One-third less Men's Fancy Vests...v... - One-third less Regular $3.50 to $7.0O;Boys' Suits i $1.49 Boys' Wash Suits.. .at One-third less ' Men! Clothing AT Reduced Prices REST ROMP RECUPERATE At the Seashore NEWPORT It is a delightful resort and a happy combination of pleasure ground possibilities, An ideal climate, diversion of recreation-perfect bathing, boating, fishing, driving, and exploring, make Newport a most charming and pop ular play ground, SOUTHERN PACIFIC HAS A SPECIAL SUMMER EXCURSION RATE TO NEWPORT OF $4.95 Prom Salem, Oregon Ask" for our booklet "(Mings in Oregon," . . Local Agents . Wm. McMURRAY, GRXKBAL PASSENGER AGENT ' PORTLAND, OREGON. The Salem Granite and Marble Works Offer the highest grade of material, artistic designs, unex ce.led workmanship, lowest possible prices. -What more can you ask? We solicit your order and urge an early order or fall delivery. WILTON W. MARTIN United 1'ren Uasul Wire New York, Aug. 24. The steam ship tfnlsor Wllhelm 11 with Etlwnrd II Ilnrrlmnn on board, nrrlvcd nt quarantine nt 2:06 this nftornoon. The railroad wizard told tho topott ers that he was "reeling pretty good" but refused to niuko any statement until he boarded hls prlvato car at Jersoj City, where It Is waiting, and Immediately upon his nnlval nt tho station he will be whirled nway to his home nt Arden. THREE WEEKS' OUTING AT LAKE PAMELIA A Biin-burncd party of campers ar rived In from Lake Pnmolla on yes tcrdny evening's train. Thoy wore Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wyant, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Snm .Morgan, Dr, Roy Dyrd, Loulo Josse and Dllly Prunk. Most of tho party left Salem for the Mt, Jefferson country three weeks ago nnd they nro nil enthusiastic over that section ns nn outing place. The scenery is grand, tho beautiful lake almost nt the snow lino of Mt. Jefferson, nnd tho fish almost Inviting themsolves to Jump nt a fly. Dllly Warner wont out with tho party but owing to busi ness had to come In a week ago. M. A. Goothe, n flno amateur pho- ogrnpher, who furnishes pictures for Sunset, Outing nnd other magazines, was with tho party for n weok, nnd secured n number of beautiful vlowo. What success tho othors had as fishermen tho scrlbo does not know, but Wyant can back up any old kind of a fish story with tho goods, for ho brought out a flno lot of tho speckled, nnd they nro flno ones too. R. A. McCUNE LIED ABOUT A COON l United Prni Leiisnl Wire Dclllnghnm, Wash., Aug. 24. Bo lpiuso ho told n falsehood In an. en deavor to seouro rovongo for a fan cied wrong, R. M. McCuno was today sentenced by Jiudgo MCollogg of tho Whatcom county superior court to nn Indctcrmlnato scntonco of from five months to flvo yearn In tho stato prison McCune accused a nogro woman of tho under-world of stealing a gold watch and chain from him. On In vestigation the officers found that ho hnd tho watch In his pocket at tho time he made tho accusation. HILL GETS RIGHT OF WAY (Continued from Pace 1. property at the tlmo tho map was approved which was affected there by. , It ,was. a stranger to tho pro ceedings and tho title. Tho secre tary of tho interior had Jurisdiction and authority to dispose of tho pub lic domain and his approval of tho plaintiff's map was equivalent to tho Issuance of a patent to tho land and cannot be challenged by one- who lf not Jn privity with the government or who had not acquired a right to be preferred In tho acquisition of the land beforo such approval." o Washington Once Gave Up To throe doctors; was kept la bed for five weeks. Blood poison from a spider's bite caused large, deep sores to cover his leg. Tho doctors failed, then "Bucklen's Arnica Balv eom pletely cured me," writes Joka Wash Jogton, of Bosquevlle, Tea. For eczema, .bolls, burps and bIIm Jfi supreme. 2 Bo at J, O. Perry. , o Some.glrla sweep Into a room with great splendor but when It comes to sweeping out a roam well, that's another matter. . o What Is Bet tor ladUg UonT Mr. A. Robinson, of Drussuln, Ontario, has been troubled for years with indigestion, asd reeewsaeaded Chamberlain's Stomach aad Liver Tablets as "the best medlclae I ever used." If troubled with Indigestion orconstlpatlon give them a trial. They are easy to take and pleasant In effect Price, 26c. Samples free at all good druggist. . o There are many answers to tho questien: "What's the use," but the map who asks it never expects an answer -.- 1 ''"'BSEBSBSBsEZaU.BBSBslBSBsiBSBSBSBSBSH pjHtHsHBBHRiiBsv jmM&ssBHsLsBsH nSBBBBBBBBBBBr MIHBSBSBsfl HH " ' .jBPJBSBs1 ssssHHn ""v i i&ylflwIBsM HLm - dIi'PSsmWwssI BSBSsSuk." r WtitBWXC&'K)aHKsH ssBHswik Tt ' 'W3PwSiSbPIsbiBmHbiW SgfgfgfgfgfSSBSSJMMwyWaSW 9 n .iffilMPW8Sfc ffiSs9'IjliSJppSjPJSBJSBSBSBJ MGHTJM(p!lNpfjM BsHBsWslBHHH Sires which we will carry In tock nfter Hcptcmbcr 1st, with their sell ing prices: HOWL TROSTKI) LAMPS. CLEAR LAMPS. Selling Belling Watts.' Prlco. Watts. Price. 40 $ ,0G 40 ., .SO CO 11.15 CO Jill. 10 100 $1.60 100 jl.40. 1C0 2.15 160 12.05 260 2.95 250 .'. . 12.86 LAMPS DELIVERED ONLY AT OUR OFFICE Commercial and State Ste. SUPREME COURT (Continued from Page 1.) ed In tho Incorporation have tho right to so change nnd reconstruct their city laws In any manner which will not bo inconsistent or confllctlve with tho constitutional laws of tho stato; that tho Incorporation of tho port will, it Is truo, deprive tho Included cities from absolute municipal owner ship, but the advantages, uso nnd tho benoflts derived from such nn Incor poration will not bo taken from the other municipalities nnd tho port Is to be operated nnd conducted ns other Btnto Institutions. Another point In law which Justice King cites and which Is considered foreign to former eases coming boforo tho attention of tho Supremo Court la regarding tho effect of the legislative act providing for tho Incorporation of tho port will have upon tho char ters anu ordinances of the cities In cluded. JiiBtlco King cites parts of tho constitution of tho United States and of stato constitutions whereby it compels tho strict compliance of each separate state, county and mu nicipality to the act requiring tho enacting of laws, either special or regular to be entirely consistent with the government constitution; and this rule must be enforced from the high est class of government to the lowest Incorporated municipality. This con clusion of law thoroughly sustains tho constitutionality of the act directing tho cities Included In the incorpora tion of tho Port of Coos Bay to so construct their charters and city laws that they may not bo conflicting with tho general laws -of the state. Two other opinions were banded down as follews: Ardella E. Morse et a., plaintiffs, vs. Pi E, Whitcbmb et al respond ents';' petition for rehearing denied; opinion by Justlce'Klng. State, respondent, vs. J. A. Moxley, appellant, appealed from the circuit court of Wallowa county, J. W. Knowles, Judge, afflrbcd; opinion by Justice McBrlde. o . Many a young man thinks he Is getting Into a peach orchard whea he Is really finding bis way Into a lemon grove. X o SENIOR CAPTAIN OF REVENUE SERVICE lnltd Prri Iar4 Wlre.1 Iong Beach, Col., Aug. 24. Tho body of Captain William Gushing, sonlor captain of tho revonuo cuttor service of tho Padflo coast, who dlod hero last night, will bo cremated la Los Angeles today. Captain Gushing camo bore from Port Townsond, Wash., In Juno. Ho had sorved In nearly every station of any importance slnco his enlist mont In tho servico in 1874. Cap tain Gushing was 61 years old and is survived by a widow. . o IlorM't Suicide. A pair of horses ran away la Port land yesterday, running from Sev enth and Taylor street, bacoraias; frlghtoncd at an auto, and saded tholr raco and their lives by plung ing off the dock at the foot of Mala Btrcot. Tho outfit, horses and wag on, nro at tho bottom of the Wlllsm-otto. E-RU-SA THE ONLY LAWFUL PILE CURE Because It does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, load or any poisonous drugs. Because E-RU-SA CURES PILES. U, S. Dispensatory recommends overy Ingrodlent of E-RU-SA. Drug laws make "falso or mis loading statements" a crlmo. There foro the sale of nil othor or injurious narcotic pllo roodlclnos Is Illegal, bocauso thoy nffoct iuo brain nnd spinal marrow, produce constipation and nevor cure. All rollablo, up-to-dato druggists of highest standing sell and indorse E-RU-8A. namely In Salem, DR. STONE'S DRUG 8TORB, O. W. PUTNAM & CO., RINQO & GRADER, RED CROSS I IIARMACY, and CAPITAL DRUG STORB. W. H, Ooo'sr. ARK YOU KEPT IN IIOX WATKK becnuso your boiler Is constantly got ting out of ordorT Sond for us and wo'll fix things bo thore'ii bo no mora trouble. Wo wll. attend to your tuba, too, If they glye any trouble In fact we aro regular doctors of plurahJag. Can cure any plumbing troubles you may have. GRABER BROTHERS The Electric Fixture and Supply Co. Are now in their new quarters at 245 North Liberty! street. We have a number of new, catchy designs to select from. Come and s us. Electric Fixture & Supply Co. L. S. HYDE, Manager 1 ".30 L1HEHTY ST. Chflsarwre Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O ASTO Rl A CHIIsfrOM Cry I FOR FLETCHER'S i O ASTORIA ffWfisii-'i&b' ascttawow