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DAJLX CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 180.
8 e I STATE rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm vwTXs ljv i f 1 1 v INulf if 1 il 1 ll If I if if i7T7 L i if, ti flip 2 GREAT COAT BARGAINS $10.00 $10.00 Tou will pay from J2.C0 to $5.00 moro for chcapor coats olso whoro. Stylo No. 1 Is all wool black broadcloth, half lined with gray satin; It Is full .length and soml-fltting; tho soams aro piped with satin. Coat Stylo No. 2, although somowhat dlfforont from No. 1. It la Just as good a bargain. Tho mntorlnl Is Tnn Mohognn, and Is made full longth, semi-fitting half satin lined. Thcso aro tho two boat values wo havo ovor scon and you over honrd of. BLANKETS AND QUILTS Our linos complete Tho most beautiful noleotlon In all Oregon. The fluff) snowfluko fitting In tho cotton comforts aro a revela tion Don't buy tho old soggy, hoavy shoddy, kind, and you won't want to whan you seo this swell now lino. They aro rendy, and you pay less. ? 'g 7? J'SJ T0DAYT0M0RR0W and Saturday you cau rovlow tho grandest display of Kail Milli nery ever brought to Salem. Accept this as a special Invitation to coino and sou tho now models In I'arls-Ainorlcnn stylos. McNool Sisters. Second Floor am&?i CITY NEWS Weather Forooant KnJr tonight itml Friday. Ybw Aro cordially requostod to phono any Horn of lntorost, mich as a per oaal about a friend or yourself, to Tho Journal, Main 88. No Item too small. Anderson's Shop elx harbors. S-16tf Havo You Puld Your water blliT 9-6-1 Cottage Undertaking Parlor Gottago and Obomokota Sts. Calls day or night. J. 0. Sill. Phono 724 Wo'vo Got 'Km Aguln Choloo red Chinook solmon at 10c por pound. YV V. larrlntos,. the grocer and marketman. Von Have Until Friday ovoulng to payyour wntor bill, llttt If you do It now you're sura of tho discount. ' 9- Prune t Marlon Alderman Preenall U camped at Marlon, harvesting his prunes. He says tho crop Is vory heavy. C6 trees producing 500 half-bushel boxe. Urgiuilter Hero Jnmoa A. Gray, general organiser for tho carpenters' union, Is la the city and will moot tho local union at tholr hall, 430 Stnto street, Sat unlay evening. lu tho moanwnlle he U looking at the beautiful orchards In this vicinity. Try Cryatulete For the breath. For sale at; Myer's barber shop, Eckorleu'a. Water's cigar otoro. Adolph's cigar store. Dick Madison's, Tho Spa. Wlllamotto Hotel. The Council. Talklngton'a, The Court FAIR SALE This weok a record breaker. Ladies' high class suits, values from 30.00 to f 75.00 nt spoclal prlcos; all reducod. This Is an oxcollent early Tall Bhopplng evont which Bhould attrnct all la dles who are Interested to this store, hecauso this Is a timely offer. Wo'ro tho p ldost oxporlonccd isady to woar merchants In Salem and besides wo have three oxporloncod fitters and six experienced naleslndlea to serve you. Flvo hundred now Fall stylos to ohowo from, each ono a now modol creation Itself. Valuos from 30.00 to $76.00 nt reducod prices. . . '" ' -mvm. Motley Huved Ih Money Horned 'ion pur cent off on water bills un til tho 10th. O-C-l lluy Your Supplies j Of groceries for tho hop yards at j the J. M. Lawrence grocory. Phono 1311. Corner of Kerry and Commer cial Htroots. "Como Again" Said Airs. Drown. "1 certainly will If vou promise to servo mo an other eup of Kolger's Goldou Onto Coffee" From Fulls Oily I). It. Hal), of Hall & Fuglt. real ituto dealers nt Falls City, was In town today. Ho says that llvo town la growing fast, and nppreolatoa tvrlee n day trains to SaUm. Fair Grouiidii Station 11. L. Wright, ngont at Aumsvlllo. will be agent nt the Fair Grounds station during tho stnto fair, from tho 10th to tho 24th of Septembei, inclusive. All local trains will stop at this station. Governor invited to Speak Governor Benson was sent a com munication by tho secretary of tho stuto fair board this morning In which ho U Invited to deliver an ad dross nort Monday evening, the (irut day o ftho fulr. Governor nonson hug not returned as yet. but ho Is expected to bo nt homo shortly. Suicide at Asylum Joseph Adam, nn Inmate of the asylum for tho Insane committed sui eldo this morulng about 3 o'clock by hanging himself In tho corridor of tho convalescout ward. Ho had shown no suicidal tendencies aud with other patients In the ward had tho privi lege of tho corridors. Ho was 58 years old and was committed from Multnomah county. His mothor nnd wlfo reside In Htllaboro, und ho has a sister In Portland. Coroner dough examlnod Into tho case this morning, and la attempting to got In communi cation with the dead mnn's people iNcoftivrATrnm m Ciioico Marketing In fruits and vegetables at Ragan'B Court-street grocery. Ilallberg's for an Honest Deal In suits and millinery; per fect fit assured. Montnvllln on the Map In. tho now tariff filed with tho railroad commission this morning by tho O. K. & N. Co., the town of Mon tnvllln is Included In tho rates. MIwkmI tho Bridge Frank Leslie, tho hotel keeper of Stayton, and Editor Melloy, of the Stayton Mall, while going homo from Salem Saturday night, In Leslie's au to, ran off a culvort bridge, smash ing tho machine and bruising the "night-riders." They walked horns, and sent for tho machine later. Prune Picking Soon Pruno picking will commence with in tho next ton days, nnd tho crop promises to bo fully up to tho aver age, and tho quality is first-class. Al rondy the growers are gottlng their help engaged, and when tho stato fair Is over, tho harvesting will begin In earnost. Found A good plnco for hair and hair or nninontn, at Ilallberg's. .lent Merwln Discharged Aftor examining flvo witnesses yesterday afternoon wno all testified In fnvor of .Toss Merwln, who was be ing tried for selling liquor on Sun day, Justice of tho Pence Webster discharged Merwln. When tho stntc's witnesses wore called they all denied having purchased any malt or spirit uous liquors from the dofendunt. At torney W. M. Kaiser dofondod Mer wln. Hamlin Hound Ov J. 13. Hamlin, who was tnkon to Sllvorton Wednesday for a prollmln nry hearing In tho Justices' court, on n cliargo of forgory, was hold un der $2000 bonds to appear boforo the grand Jury, nnd wns brought back to the county Jail last night, to nwalt tho action of the grand Jmry, which moots In October. Hop Iflees Good A recent dispatch from Santa IloHtt, Cat., says hops aro gulling thero nt 22 cents, nnd mail advices from Now York put tho prlco of tho now crop at from 28 to 30 conts. Tho mnrkot Is firm, nnd even higher prices nro expected by many, butt "you can't most always BDinut linos toll," cape dally about the prlco of hops. KuluerV All silk hoso worth $2.00 and $2.50 nil over .spoolal whllo thoy lust $1.18, at Ilallberg's, Feller Files an Answer An answer has boon Iliad by the defondnnt In the case of M. Virginia Feller against J. It. Fellor. Mrs. Feller Is seeking a dlvorco from J. R. Poller on tho grounds of cruel and Inhuman trontmont, and owing to thoro being considerable proporty rights Involved, tho defendant Is con testing tho cnso. Ho alleges in his nnswer, tiled today, that his wlfo was aware of hU being n drinking man, and that ho could bo oastly provoked when undo r the lntluonco of liquor. Another allegation Is that Mrs. Fel ler's brother, George Mngors, came, to tho Keller home and stayed with out paying board, and when Mr. Fel ler wished him to leave. Mrs. Foliar hooamo vory angry. Other allegations contained lu Mrs. Keller's complaint were denied In the answer. Attor ney Grant Corby l defending Mr. Kollor. HalllH'rg'H Millinery Is superior to that uf auy othor storo und lowor priced; beoause we have other llnee to draw from. Look our stook over nnd compare our prices with others. Tho balance wo leave to you. Ilallberg's ladtos' ami children's wearing apparel, Liberty street. Sa lem, Oro. A very olovor and certain way o. keeping out of debt I to be sure that yau have no credit A of few!? ill J fori 5 LFEUXMOUUfSMIENTll OrBMOKMAiKALNJUmnEIl n.mcnt TtaT Ptaslw. tu&ud ta i5uSSi luiinuuiuiu U Arotttf ly Ull. . Ea2Kiffi STr uii lo ft Ivlr ( U. hm- "A T? hV" f 1 TiconMild k win ii uiiai. -irr"" jn'" t- sm trrr t' Vw." 1l.iiuku Jl. M.....I Ik I..J imiAil ii sH lis ll.vwl mtemStitn 1 U Umj Suit, OuU mJ Etuvv. tw.1" pr " r -r1 j r iin.i hi.i&i iviiLik kiwi i.Biina. MLT.MKMS, free, VM km Strut. XnrTvt MS 4rk HARMMAN DIES (Continued from page ono.) prseldent was looking far beyond. He had his oyes on tho West first. His opportunity camo In 1889, In the purchase of tho Chicago & Alton. Tho Alton, though In bad condi tion physically, was a great money maker. Surprising tho Goulds and the Standard Oil, Harrlman mot thq sup posed Impossible demands of Presi dent Blackstone by paying $42,000, 000 in cold cash for tho Chicago & Alton, and at the samo tlmo won the tltlo of "tho great borrower." Then ho Issued bonds and won back $30, 000,000 of tho purchase prlco. Then ho wont after tho Un'on Pacific, which had "gone to seed," owing tho government $52,000,000. Harrlmau bought It for $58,000,000, and went about curing its ills, like tho marvel ous railroad doctor that ho was. Next camo tho O. R. & N. and the Oregon Short Lino, which ho took ovor, giving him an outlet on tho Pa cific coast. Then ho suggested to C. P. Hunt ington that ho would like to buy tho Central Pnc'flc, to get an outlet from Ogdon to San Francisco. Hunting tern laughed. Harrlman organized a company to build a parallel line. Huntington died boforo the fight was finished, and tho Harrlman bluff mndo good with tho Huntington es tate. Then the wizard took ovor tho Westorn nnd Southern Pacific Com panies, adding 0000 miles to his' sys tem. Tho next stage In his career was mndo by tho nttack on tho Northern Pacific, in which he opposod Hill nnd Morgnn, nnd carried on tho struggle untfl a compromise was reached, which gavo him roflrosontntlon on tho board of directors of tho Burling ton. In 100(1 Harrlman gained control of tho Santn Fc, and In tho samo year got n half Interest In tho San Pedro lino, built by Sonntor Clark from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles. Even Fish, Hnrrlman's benefnetor wns do pisod by tho wizard whon ho stood In tho way, nnd Harrlman put In his man Hnrahan as president of the Illi nois Contrnl. Harrlmnn's hcnlth bogan to fall In 1D08. In tho spring of 1900 ho wont to the Southwest on n health trip, and, roturnlng In no bettor shnpo, soon loft for Europe. Thero ho ex perienced little relief, and returned to tho United States. HuslnesM World Expected It. Now York, Sept. 9. Tho nows of Hnrrlman's death did not como as a surprlso to tho business world. It lind boon reported nil day that tho mngnnto was doad, and that the news wns bolng withhold. Tho effect of Harrlmrn's lllnoss on tho stocks controlled by him tins boon terrific during the last few days, but tho boar action wns controlled to a ronsldorablo cxtont by tho constant donlnls that wero Issued by the Union Pacific officials here, and the doctors at Ardeon. At 9:05 o'clock this morning Dr. Lyle Issued an of ficial statomont from Anion saying: "Condition unchanged." This bulletin was Intended to have Its offect upon the stock markot, and It probably did havo n restraining offect. Novortheloss, thero was a strong belief tHat oven If Harrlman were living he was In tho last stages of his battle against donth, aud could not survlvo long. General MamigerV Tribute. San Frnnolsoo. Sept. 9. "The news of Mr. Harrlmnn's death Is a groat shock to all the officials here, as we hud all hoped and believed that he would pull turough, said Vice Presi dent aud lioneral Malinger Calvin of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany, at the general offices hare this nftprnoon." In n statement to tho United Press Calvin said: "Tho nows camo in the fom of a brief telegram merely stating thai Mr. Harrlman had died. "Mr. Harrlman was known person ally to ull the officials here and his death Is felt as a keen personal loss. Whon ho was hero lust April Mr. Har rlman met and talked with all the officials. At that tlmo ho scorned to be In good health and it Is ns ho appeared then that wo will all re member him. WH,uul 'ul " "u,uo ",a ""' . I would pay him as leader of railroad 'I cannot put In words tho tribute SftUJJr mSj. i meu. but I can say mat I consider him kuMooSuVtMt''0 nnve uoen the Br"181 railroad f .,ft.'S!,ro America has produced." 'The attacks upon Harrlman at various times havo beon entirely with nit foundation. "Wo who knew him knew always that his purpose was right and true nml thnt ha war nlnrnvA fintlonvnrlni? ..w .. . w aa . . . . . . .. lo ao me um wing in a die way. - "The attacks were not only often tho result of h' being placed In cir cumstances that gavo the public an incorrect view of his purpose, but al so often the result of malicious en mity. No man who knew Harrlman, as wo knew him horo, over could havo been misled for an Instant by any such statements as wero made against him I believe that all tho attacks upon him wero unjustified. On his last trip to tho coast in April, ho stopped in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Louis Obispo and at Burllngamc, in addi tion to hicTtrlp to this city. "Of course,. I cannot mako any statement as to tho effect of Mr, Har rlmnn's death upon his properties. The futuro plnns will bo formed by tho owners of the proporty." Colvln was asked If there would bo any changes that could bo antici pated, and ho Bald 'that ho know of none. Calvin said that ho had never h ard Harrlman speak of tho ocean, to-occan railroad, which Is said to have boon tho magnate's dream. N'nturo of Plwnfio Not Known. TurnerB, N. Y., Sept. 9. Dr. W. O. Lyle this afternoon officially con firmed tho statement that E. H. Har rlman died at 3:35 o'clock this after noon. Ho did not givo out any state ment explaining tho nature of Hnr rlman's illness, which Is believed to have been in the naturo of a canco. Flags Flying nt Hnlf-Mnst, Los Angel b, Sept. 9. Immediate ly upon tho receipt of tho nows of E. II. Hnrrlman's death this aftor noon, Aslstant General Passongor and Freight Agent Graham ordered ull flags on Southorn Pacific stations and offices placed at half-mast as a mark of respect to tho railroad king. The order Is oporatlvo Immediately. DIED. JESSUP At n Portland hospital, Wednesday evening nt 0 o'clock, September 8, 1909, Mrs. Albort Jessup, formorly of this city. Tho remains will nrrlvo hi Salem Friday at 1:35 on tho Oregon Electric nnd will bo tnkon Immediately to the I. O. O. F. comctory, whore services will bo conducted by Rov. P. S. Knight. Mrs. Jessup leaves besides her hus band, Dr. Jo8sup of Bolso, Idaho, n sister, Mrs. Suslo Pipes of Eugene, and inthor, Thomas Fonnoll, of Inde pendence Sho wnB vory woll known horo. whoro sho resided until about flvo years ago, whon sho with hor hus band romovod to Bolso, Idaho. BARTON. In this city, September S, 1909, Lamolno Barton, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Barton. Tho funoral took placo today at 'J p. m. from tho homo of tho parents, 1008 Norway street, corner of North Summor. Interment In City View cemetery. LANDON At Chcmokota, Monday, September 6, 1909, Mrs. Ada May Landon, of tuberculosis, aged 23 years, 9 montns, 21 days. Mrs. Landon wns tho wlfo of Hor ace Landon, who survives her, to gether with two llttlo girls, aged 3 fears and 7 months respectively. Mrs. London camo with hor husband to tho Homor Goulot hop yard from Portland n weok ago, hoping that tho open nlr and camp lifo might Improvo hor condition, but Instead sho sank rapidly. The funeral wns hold yesterday from the undertaking rooms of A M Clough, Rov. W. H. Solleck conduct ing the services. Intormont wns made lu I O .0. F. cometory gfr404i - Ot - KS - C4 - OH&H - f. Safem Feed Barn BAYNE & SMITH, Proprietors Capacity for 300 horses. Waiting rooms open day and night. All Modern Equipments. SOUTH END BIG BRIDGE ON S. COMMERCIAL ST. Regular Feed Barn prices 10 and 15c, with your own feed. Best feed furnished at reasonable prices . Electric Lighted and City Water Bam opens Monday, September 13th. MARRIED. KUHRKE STOKER. At the Bap tist parsonago yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mhs Mlna Kuhrko to James A. Stoker. They go to Portland and Seattle exposition on a pleasure trip, rotura- lng to Salem to live. 1 dp ! 1 sf V J 1 J s 1 S rji Jfi ?j 7 p rj PERSONAL MENTION ! O i 1 J 1 1 i? sl l 1 l 4e b j m J rj J J J rf J f js p r Geo. L. Schrelbor nnd son are spending tho week In Soattlo nnd Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. William Bonnott loft for Sllotz bay this morning, whero they will take a three weeks' out ing. Miss Frances Fuglt of Falls City Is visiting friends nt Gervais. " L. A. Fernsworth Is In tho city vis iting his old-tlmo friend Father Mooro. Mr. Fernsworth is woll known In nowspnper circles, having In past i years boon connected with various newspapers In this stato and also in San Frnnclsco. Although young ho Iiub already gained success ns a mag azlno writer. At presont ho 1b com pleting a classical course at tho his toric old mission collcgo at Santn Olara, Cal. Mr. Snider, who has been engaged as tho official startor of tho races during tho fair, Is in tho city. Ho Is an oxport In his lino and comes from Ohio, whero all tho good horse men como from, oven tho horso editor being born thoro. , If thero Is no posslblo excuse for buying a now hat a woman can vory quickly Invent ono If .tho matorlal for it is in her husband's pocket. NEWT0DAY sK CANNING PEACHES I nm roady to tnko orders for Crawford-poaches for canning. Drop card 491 Mill street, Salem. Mark II. Savage. 8-27-tf FOR RENT Threo rooms, nlcoly nnd newly furnished. Electric lights and telephono; splendidly equipped bath and toilet, on sec ond floor; call In afternoons nt 715 Conotr street, corner of Cot tage. 9-8-4t FOR SALE Sovoral nouses In Sa eom. and farm lands at a bargain. Capital National Bank. 6-1-cod WANTED For pruno harvest noxt weok, man to dry, night shift; man to tray; woman to cook and man for gonernl work. Henry A. Town send, ono milo west of Liberty storo. Phono Farmors 513. 9-9-3t MEN WANTED to work at Hanson's planing mill, corner of Church and Mill streets, 9-9-3 WAi.TED Lambort and Ding cherry buds for grafting; will pay good prlco. Inquiro at Capital Natlonnl Bank. 9-9-3 Norwich Union Insurance Company Frank Meredith, Resident Agent City Hall, Sntem, Or. MONEY TO LOAN THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Hush Bank, Salem, Or. PIANO TUNING LUTELLUS L. WOODS 1 Tuning pollsnlng, repairing, 'iol. 608 liall8teiM 9 f t iwfmw f lata iiia iimma