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8 DAILY' CAPITAL JOIHNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUKSDAV, ALGt'ST 21, JUO. tOF-WCSirWSWJ m9mmmmmm mmmmmmmwmmmmmwmmmmwKmmmmmmmwmmmmm 1 A WE HAVE jtota pf now Fall goods that wo wan; to hIiow you( and -while you nro looking over our assortments be sure and take notice of the qualities '$Jiqy'ro' potter than ever this season and If you give us your patronage w6 will 'give you your money's worth. ForTomorro's Big Sale TJio largo Domestic Section offers an extra good grade smooth, blench gd,half Llhon Toel. They are Of a must dMlrnble six and the finality and low price which we offer" lhrti will cause brisk sailing Plf toon dozen in the lot. Buy as many as 'you A,r L. Want at '. . . .". .". . . ?. I CC CaCll ,$nlo, bogliiB at 8:30 Wednesday morning. C. 0. D. mall or money prdors will posltlvoly recehe no attention. Fall Dress Goods BALL TAILORED WAISTS Tho mntorisls arc lawns and llnono, with ombroldered fronts ni)d collars All size mo now rondy for your choosing XBL&JL& - - Mg l L tl lLj tg U sly dg tl JV if 1 p r J r S m p n n CITY NEWS t f 1 f M y i V i lit 1 fl j r J r jf i (V Weather Forecast HIiowei'M tonight or Wednesday. Yon ro cordially roquostod to phono any Item of Interest, such as a per sonal about a frlond or yoursolf, to tho Journal, Main 83. No Item too mall. . Don't Full To tnko advantage oiThe Journal bargain day, Auguut 31. If jou owo anything, puy up to Auguut 31, ut regular rate, and get the paper u yoar In advance for 13.00. It jou do not owo, pay a year in advance and save u dollar. The time is short, no don't put It off. This nppllos to everything but city carrier lints. GllKoit'tf linnx'r Shop the bent. Wo Noticed Our gonial frloud. Mr. 11. H. EM wards, at Farrlngton's markot cut ting up the Juicy steaks, whore Iim will bo ploasod to niot hi ol.i friends. Gottago Undertaking. Purler Cottogo nnd Okemoketa Sts. Galls day or night. J. C. 8111. Phouo 724. Ihm't Mill To tako udwiutugo of The Journal bargain lay, AugtiHt 31. If you owo anything, pay up to August 31, nt regular rate, and gut the paper u yoar In advance for $3.00. If you do not owe, pay u year In advance and save a dollar. Tho time lit abort, bo don't put It off. This applies to everything but city carrier list, Gaapd Meeting Dlly at 2:30 and 7:30 at 829 Broadway by tho Church of tho Ltflac God. All Iotom of the truth tavlted, Brins your frtasda. Ttila 7a tho Ti of Yr . To buy auoamar duitvra, Gal! oa r. S. Sharer (or than. Bait Ua of karaM la city. V. X. Skater, 187 stttk Commercial street SSeodtt frr CryeiaJete For the breath. For ie at: Meyer'a barbar shop. eJcerlem'i. Waters' cigar atoro. Ade-lftk'a cigar store. Dick Madleoa'a. Wlltawette Hotel The" Council. TalWagton'e. ' The Court. Awteraea'a Shop els barber. 8-ltf He here eorljf. Introduction of high ohms dtosa ifoodH nt sncclal odcuIuk nrlcos. Dress goods In the samo class as thoso shown by Macy's, Mc Creory's, Wnnnmnker, nnd oth ora In Now York city today. Tho stylo stores' correct weaves, tho fcaturo of this Fall's showing will he a chnngo from seasons gone by. Hough weaves nro In evidence; home-spun, mnnnlsh mixtures, otc, plain broadcloths In all ahndos; best quality di rect from the famous Ilotnny Mills. Satin finish cloths nro out What wo hnvo loft will 'bo olosud out regardless of pilco. Tomorrow ou will have 100 pieces of the new woavos and oolorlugs to choose from at special opening prices for a fow days only. SILK PETTICOATS Today for the first time our stock of guaranteed Taffeta Sill; 1'ettlcoatH for Fall will bo placed reach for your Inspection. This season wo an showing all the wanted new colorljigs Trover's Coupon Hnvo oxplred. If you want thorn renewed call at once 8-17-3tf V. J. Leliinau, .iNNhitnut - Undertaker, 1th W T. Itlgdon. IGu oourt stroot. 6-27-oodtf Ormiulat?l fjotvj Eyos Cured. "For twenty yoars I sufforcd from a bad cano of granulated soro oyos," saya Martin Doyd, of Uonriotta, Ky. "In February, 1003, a gentleman nuked mo to try Ghamborlaln's Salvo. I bought one box aud uied about two-thirds of It and my oyoa haro not glvon mo any trouble since." This salvo Is for nato by all good druggists. Don't Fall To tako advantage of The Journal l bargain day, August 31. If you owd anything, pay up to August 31, at regular rato, aud get the paper a year In advance for $3.00. If you do not owe, pay n year In advance ami aave a dollar. The time In short, so don't put It off. This applies to everything but city carrier lists. Xo Council Mooting Whon Mayor Uodgors ordered the roll called at the regular meeting of tho city council last night there woro two momhors short of n quor um and upon the mnor's mntlon the body ndjournod. Tho oounoll will meet again next Monday evening, A Mlxnil Tmiwlation Tho headline in not too classical Jargon which appears In this lasue may prove uulutolllglblo to most of tho newcomers, nnd as it will not be nssumlug too much under tho cli cumBtnnces, the horse editor offora tho following ns a liberal trnnsla. tlen: "Tho American's wagon with out a horso Is very good. Tho bad Indians understand how to go a long distance for little pay; It Is great 1" Thorn la Howe i ''l Strong courting going on In a cer tain homo in Salem. A lovely young lady will soon be making the morn ing coffeo for two. Of course, she will use Folger's Golden Oate. JWt Fall To take advautago of The Journal bargain day, August 31. If you owo anything, pay up to August 31, nt regular rate, aud get tho paper a year In advance for $3.0Q. If you do not owe, pay a year In advance and suo a dollar. The time Is short, so don't put It off. This applies to everything but city cnrrlor lists. lirtlu'CteM jfflue Year! George G. Ulnghum. one of 8ulem'a teadlngjaUorneys. has been an active counsel In the celebrated I'arkersvllto drainage rase for the past nine years JleuJ&z4L I iiiiwntr.Tmn ii H I nnd has taken part In tho enso each! It 4lln llinni' II,. lit till 1....9 l.nnM t.Mm..1.. ' boforo both tho circuit courtu and tho Biipromo court. Attorney Biughum says tho legal points which have been battled ovor In tho tnnglo would moke volumes Don't Fall To tnko ndvanlngo of Tho Journal bargain day, August 31. If you owo anything, pay up to August 31, nt regular rato, nnd got tho papor n jour In ndvanco for $3.00. If you' do not owo, pny a year in advnnco iiul snvo a dollar. Tho timo Is short, so don't put it off. This appllos to everything but city cnrrlor lists. Say IJoforo you buy n raugo or furni ture of any kind, call on tho Owl new nnd second-hand storo, 32C N. ( ommerclnl. 8-13-lmo To Kestialii the lloiml Tho Corvalllrt aud Kastern Ilall road Company has filed a complaint against the staio land board and the boaid of commlHslnners for the snle ofsohool and university lands nnd the Investment of the funds, asking for uu Injunction i entraining tho dofond ants In the suit from soiling or dis posing of 1.15 ucicH of tide lauds In Denton county, which Is alloged waa granted to tho Willamette Valley aud Coast Hallway Company. It Is al leged In tho complaint that by an not of the legislature approved October ' I, 187-1, to provide for tho construc tion of the Willamette Valley aud Coast railway all tho tide nnd marsh landH In what was then mainly Lin coln county was granted to the Wil lamette Valley and Coast Hallway Company and the company filed pa pers of acceptance and constructed the road according to tho provisions of the act, and the road, which Is now Incorporated under tho name of the CorvalliH aud Knstern Hallioad Com pany, Is In operation doing business under that name at piesent. Hy an act approved by tho recent assembly of the leglslatute the grants of the railroad company to tho lauds were repealed and hae boon advertised In uowHpaperH for sale to tho highest bidder, aud the Injunction Is now sought In the circuit court of Marlon count v u letitrulu the state land hoard from disposing of the property. Attorneys WmMherford aud Moore ure appearing for the plaintiff o WAR BREAKS OUT IN MISSISSIPPI (Unltrd I'rfM t,tMcd Vlr.) Nntchet, Miss., Aug. 24. Two companies of stato mllttla are en camped today at Mcadvlllo, Franklin county, with orders to provent at any coat a threatened clash botween ri val political factions whoso dlffor onces apparently were not settled at the receut elections. The soldiers wore nurrled to Meadvlllo by Acting Governor Manshlp, whon a telephone message was received at the gubernatorial residence lato yesterday telling ot an attempt to assaslnato Cbancory Clerk Newman. The message, which as sent by Shorlft Jones, stated that sevoral shots had been fired at Nowman through the windows of his ' homo and that he had been severely wounded. Newman's father recently hold the chancery office. lie was shot and killed In eMadvllle during a faction al battle sx weeks ago. The young er Nevmon was elected to succeed hU father, winning out over five oth r candidates for the ofllce. SV'QJfflm BLAME EMMA GOLDMAN Police Say She Made Several Speeches at McKee's Rocks and Started the Rioting. United 1TM4 Lmed Wlre.l Pittsburg. Aug;. - I. The bodlos of threo strikers were found this after noon in an undergrowth of brush near the plant or the Prossod Steel Car Company at McKee's Hooks. They aie bollevod to have been killed In Kuuday'H night's battlo botween state troopers aud strlkors and their sym pathizers. This brings the total number of dead resulting ftom the rioting up to eleven. The troopers nro Incensed over the killing of several of tholr number und threaten to show no mercy to tho strikers if they attempt any more vio lence. Their anger was Increased to day when It was Warned that tho body of Trooper Williams had boon robbed of $50 nnd a gold watch after quiet had been restored. Williams' body was this afternoon sent to his home In Pueblo, Colo., for Initial. Eugene Debts, tho Soclnllst, Is scheduled to address the strikers late his afternoon at a meeting on the Indian mound. Pittsburg, Aug. 24. Tho police today are charging Emma Goldman, the noted anarchist, with the respon sibility for Sunday night's vicious r'otlug nt tho MoKees Hocks plant of the Prosiod Steol Car company. It Is known that sho has been In the city for several days and tho police iy that Emmn inndo several speeohes to the strikers urging them I to burn tho plant nnd Inciting them to other acts of violence. Tho police are scouring the city for the noted "red" nnd If she is found they will Immediately "railroad" hor from the oily. Two moro strikers dlod Inst night.! making tho total numbor of dead ns tho result of Sunday's ilotlng eight. I The uuthorltlos today have the J oHuauua won in nana onu ure Keep-'pieas tne visitors 'mmcnselj', as lug tho streets clear of strlkors and I the subject was thoroughly dl--thelr sympathizers cussed. o ' After luncheon a dozen auto PERSONAL MENTION J. O. Sill, manager of the Cot tage undertaking parlors, was called to Marlon today to take charge of a funeral. Mr. J. W.- Thoru and ton J. D. Thorn from Ow isso, M sh , arrived In Salem with their families yesterday. After looking this section ot the country over thoreughly the Thorns decided to locate in Sjiom. Mr. N. H. Looney and wife have returned from the Seattle fair where they have spent u week. They were delegates to the National Prison Asso ciation. Mr. Loonoy expressed him self as being very much disappointed ,u the Oregon exhibit. He said all ,ne Washington counties had better exhibits. IlL Made IN SOUTH bend Popularly known as the "South Bend Malleable," the range that combines all that is modern, all that is foremost in range, bjuilding-a work well done. It is the range that appeals to common sense through its severely correct lines and elegant finish, and by its easily demonstrated practical perfection in cooking efficiency and economy of fuel. Riveted throughout like a boiler. The South Bend Mallea ble will, with proper care last a life time. It is the product of expert range builders, who assemble every part with utmost care. "The South Bend Malleable" stands alone in the world today the greatest of all ranges of malleable construction. It is the range that We guarantee absolutely. $1 a week are the buying terms. EDUCATORS PAY VISIT TO SALEM Three Cars Bring Jolly Crowd of Wise Men From the East to See the Capiatl City. Three cnrlonds of Educators, agri cultural collogo prosldonts nnd di rectors of govenmont oxporimont stations nrilved hero this morning about 11 o'clock, nfter visiting In dependence, Corvnllls, Albany nnd other points. Tho cars woro rnn up the Trndo streot track to Commer cial stroot, whero tho visitors woro met by n commltteo from tho board of trnde, whllo tho Salem military baud, with Prof. Stoudormolcr bo ll I ml tho cornet, gavo them somo as good mtiBlc ns thoy heard on tho trip. Mayor Hodgors and others woro out with their autos, which wero nt the disposal of the visitors, but most of them walked up to Marlon squaro, whero a short lovofcnst was held. Mayor Rodgorn cnlled tho aesom blage to Oregon and In a fow woll choseu words gavo tho visitors n warm wolcomd to tho city nnd Intro duced President ICorr of the stato agricultural collego of Kansas, who spoko briefly but oarnostly, paying a high trHiuto to Oregon- soil, cli mate and peoplo, and ho In turn In troduced Chancellor Avory of Nob raka and Dean Hunt of tho Pennsyl vania experiment station, both of whom expressed tho pleasure nnd gratification tho trip to tho const had given them, and also of the broader understanding thoy had gained of 'the grentnoss and varied resources of the groat United States They uio n fine, lntolllgont looking! lot of mon and certa'nly know how to say nlco things In tho nlcost wnj The Stalwart quartette gave one i of their always onjoyablo songs and was inn allowed to quit until thoy snug nnothor. The Indies had long rows of tables looded down with sandwiches, cako, ' fruit nnd all kinds of edibles, and. this part of tho program seemed to' took part ot the "visitors to nosedalo, Wallace and other orchard districts, while a big 80-passonger street car carried those who cared to go all over tho city, and out to the pen and asylum. In fact there waa something do ing every minute frpm tho time the cars arrived until shortly after 2 o'clock, when W. V. Jenkins, who hod charge of the party, gavo the high sign and with many handshakes and quick farewells the train pullod out, and with It went people who will tell to many In the far east of the beauties of Oregon. o- Observation Car, Portland and Cot tage Grove. The bout hern Pacific Is now run nlng an observation parlor car be tween Portland and Cottage Grove, leaving Portland, southbound train 19. at 8:15 a. m., returning on train 18. leaving Cottage Grove northbound 'at 450 p. ra. 8-5-3wksj KAnuL imam Opened Mrancli IMablMiment ino Cottage tnnortnklng parlors, ,i. C. Slil, malinger, has opened it bianch efltnbllshment ut St. Paul, Or., and mads a shipment of 20 cnjkfet.H thoie toduy. I . Mrs. J. 0. Gardner nnd dnAigHtor Edna loft yostorday for Shaw, 6r to spend u wook with tholr old-tfuie neighbor and frloud, Mrs. John Dnrby, o Miss Edna Entrlken of Portland formorly of this city, Is tho guqst of friends hero. -o- Jj Jf ?s JJC 3f JC 3 3j 5J p P l t ' NEWT0DAY WANTED Plnco to do all house work and common cooking. Ad dross 1805, 13th street. 8-24-3t FOR SALE furnlture. & Co. -Now and second-hand 134 N. Liberty. Gard 8-2 t-3c WANTED Mnmnifoth 'blackberry, Logan and Prlmusborry trans plants Address Oregon Nursory company, Salem, Oregon. KOH SALE or trado for city proporty or acreago near Salem, 1C0 ncres In Albcrtn, Canada, woll wntercd; somo other Improvements. Seo W. X, Dlodgott, Journal offlco. 21-Ct HOPPICKERS wanted nt onco. Yard quarter of a mtlo from steol bridge Pine hop,s. Picking begins about 8opt. 2. ' Hoglstor at G. W. John son & Co. Phono 47. 8-24-3t WANTED nrlght girl to learn of flco work In a good business ofllce. No provlous oxperlenco necessary; steady position. Address J caro Journal at onco. 8-24-3t FOR RENT Sevoral rooms nicely furnished; electric light and tele phone; splendidly equipped bath and toilet on second floor. Call In nfternoons ut 715 Center street, corner Cottage. S-23-2t j WANTED-Hopplckors In our 30- aero yard, threo miles east of city on Gordon road; good 'clean and hoavy hops; Ico. roomy nnd shady camp ground; frosh water, wood, fruit and potatoes furnished to enmpors freo of charge. Picking bsglnB Mondnj-. Aug. 30.; last nbout 12 or 14 days. Pay $1 per 100 pounds. Phone Farmer's 241. George Swegh. fl-24-3t" THE CLIFF HOUSE. All nowly fitted up. Clean and neat. Cottage and tents for rent at Nye Creok. The only perfect view of tho ocean. W. I). WIIEELKIWrop. Newport, Oregon. Norwlck Union Fire Insurance Compamy Frank Meredith, Itesldeat Agent Room 13, Lad A Hush Basic BWg. MONEY TO LOAN THOS. K. FOHD " Over Ladd Bush Bank, Salem, Or. PIANO TUNING LUTKLUJS j. WOODS Tuning, poUaalng.- repairing. Tel. 668 PAf7Zft MVOSfi Wa1 5"vvx JY& "t zrw JLTsr U S. COUMtRCUl VT