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DA1LY CAPITAL JO URN A , SALFH, ORBOON, TUESDAY, 8EPTKmEn 14, 190.
' m "" it- m r a i r Magnificent Showing of Tailored Suits Tho most 8wnggot Tailored Gowns In Snlom nro tailored from goods Boloctcd by us and mado by a largo Now York maker. Tho fabrics nro tho choicest weaves In mannish mix tures: Broadcloths, surges, chovlots, diagonals, otc, in n wealth of pattorns and new colorings. Leadors of fashion pro nounco tho stylo of those suits equal to tho best shown In tho Northwest. Tho coats are quarter to sovon-olghths longths; tho skirts nro plain nnd pleated gored, with tho over popular Jot buttons much In ovldoncc. Tho window display shows tho ronllty of this pen picture. GRAND SHOWING OF MILLINERY I'arls-Amorlcan styles fresh from fashion's garden shown In profusion In tho largo mllllnory salon on tho second floor. Stuto Fair visitors aro cordially lnvltod to nttond this grand oxhlbltlon of now ldoas worked togothor and blended with plumes and feathers until overy model shows a stylo of ox cluslvcncss that can bo found only at this store. McNEEL SISTERS. TOILET ARTICLE SALE ' OF NOTE Commencing today at 1 o'clock nnd continuing until to morrow noon, wo offor Toilet Articles far liolow tholr regular prlcos. Eastman's Talcum Powdor, ICo nnd 2Co values, special.. 10c Denzoln nnd Almond Cronm, rogular 2Cc bottles, special. . IfJc Tooth Powder, regular 25c bottles, special JSlc French HIco Fnco Powdor, regulnr GOc kind, special 25c Savon Joroflo nnd other box soaps, rogular 2Gc kinds, box. 17c FOUND ANOTHER ENTRANCE TO CAVES A rocont dispatch from Grants Pass says: John II. Klncald of Williams was In Grants Pass a couple of days last week and related tho result of an at tempt a couplo of weeks ago to ex plore n now cave entrance about seven miles from tho present en trance. Tho party consisted of J. II. Klncald nnd little son Johnny, J. F. Hartley and three of tho Wiseman neighbors. They found the now cave on tho cast side or Craggy moun tains, about two miles bolow tho summit, nnd southeast from tho pres ent cavo ontrance. They went in about CO feet, having to crnwl part of the way, and thon the passago narrowed to a small holo. It was decided to lot llttlo Johnny luncuiu go inrougti this hole, which he did, and found that tho iiassuco eniargeu again una lie was able to stand up nnd seo quite a distances ahead by tho light of his candlo, wnon ins minor cuiioa mm back for fear of accident. A peculiarity of this now cavo is that thoro Is a hoavy suction of air inward. In tho caves now Known tho draft Is outward. Theso facts seem to Indicate a con nection between the two caves, or rather that the two are one. Mr. Klncald and his associates contem plate returning to the Craggy poak caves as soon as practicable with equipment to enlarge the passages so us to oxtend the exploration. o MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION FOR WEDNESDAY, SALES! DAY, AT THE FAIR. To the People of the City of Salem: The State Fair management having again honored Salem by setting aside a special day which hos been designated "Salem Day" at tho fair, It scorns fitting that our city show its full ap- preclatiou, not only of tho honor but ns woll of tho benefits Im- mediately accruing to us by reason of tho fair's location at our doorway. ' Salem people genorally should make it a point to attend the fair on that day, and in ordor that all may havo an opportunity, I respectfully requost that all places of business closo nt 11 o'clpck on the morning of Wednesday nnd remain closed for tho entire day. GEO. F. RODGERS, Mayor. Salem, Oregon, Septombor 14, 1909. illV'' DRIHS OOODS. Tho kind to buy is rougn weaves in Mnnnlsh Mixtures. Uroadciotns. Sorgos, Cheviots, Diago nals, otc. Our competent aalos forco can explain to your entire satisfaction why shiny finished goods nro not In fashion this Fall, nnd they can also oxplaln why our Bltowlng Is always up to dato. DRi:SS GOODS SECTION. KIMONA SILKS A glanco ut theso now pattern crontlons will convlnco tho most skoptlcnl that our silk showing Is always abreast with fashion. For tho wnnt of spneo n wordy description Is Impossible. Seo them nt tho Silk Countor. MW&?LJS. xm&JiMj wr.T-i.M-.ir.T.i.- iau&z& Xm&JCJSJ' PtLLATjCMMBBr filTY NFWS it ! Weather ForecuM Fair tonight mill WeliieHlny. Yoa Aro cordially requested to phone any Item of Intoroat, such m a por onal about a frlond or yoursolf, to The Journal, Main 82. No Item too all. Amderflon's Shop six barbers. 8-lotf Oe-tbwo Umlcrtaldni- Parlo Cottage and Chomekota SU. Calls r or night, J. 0. Sill. Phono 734. Jftio I lout Stnglo hurneee tuude at Sharer's, 116 8. Commercial St. Write Ouy If. Alleti- Wooils, Oregon, Hah. for all kind of !).U-17t Mary Johnson An HcmimpttaUwl Swedish eervatu clrl, Is looking tor i position She wauta u home wliar rolgtti's Uoldeti flate ooffe U used. During tlm l'aln Sr any other tlm you cam kh tke In the grocery line at tfce J M. tawronre grow)' etore. corner Ferry and Commercial street. Phone 31 1. Hucht Hint Win Klu deutsaher Mann. 45 Jahr all. J Kosund uud aboitsam. vou gnitoii' Uowohnhelteu nnd ueltermen Gem-j uoth audit elne Gattln Jungfranoder' Wltwo. nlobt mehr nls 40 bis 45 Jahr! alt, Addresalro lu Deutsah Peter Voter Redelaberger, Hlllaboro, Or a-13-2w OhAugiutr tho Truck A gang of men Is at work oa the track at the freight depot changing the curvos. an that tlm cam can be run In on tho north side of the uow Uepot. The hop house on Front street Is being usd temporarily for Handling freight. Round RctiMmlug Why the oxolmaive store (exclu slru also Include the millinery do partments in the big stores a they are conducted by individual parties) charge you auoh fancy price for mil linery, not beeaiue Uiey always want to; no, they have to. beoauie they have to make a living in live month for 12 months on this ouo liiuv, We havo a loeu motv lined to draw from, and yet give our entire atten tion to ladle' and ohlldren'a ready-to-wear goods No fancy prlcea nt Hallborg'a. (illxoit's ISurocr Shop tho best. j Hum Fine Delivery i louse wives gci prompt Hurvice ut Rtigiin's Court street grocory. Cloned All tho harbor shops In tho city will close tomorrow at iioq.ii. While Hwnn llukcry Headquarters for buns. 310 N. Commercial. 9-14-3t Story CIomoiI Sulom day nt tho fair, Wednesday, our Btoro closes nt 11 a. m.. and ro- mnlns closed tho rest of tho day. Huron & Hamlltou. Nluo of n Kind Whoii Judgo Moorcs scanned tho ruglstor bonk thlo morning contain ing tho nnmos of those who unfortu nately fell Into tho strong arms of tho Snlom pnllcit somo tlmo during tho day or night, ho round nine men booked on minor chargos. Tho first one opened tho roll call by admitting that ho was bomewhnt full last night, but had CHUHud no disturbance. "Ten days." said the- Judge, nnd buck to the bnrrod chambor of peace wem the uuluoky Individual. Tho other eight had nil about tho sumo excite for being In Jail, but, owing to a few of them being supplied with money, the judge uxtraoted fS from tkuse who were able to pay, and sent them ou their way. Try Crjstiilt' For the breath. For sale at: Myor's batber shop. Rokerlon's. Wator's cigar store. Adolph's clgnr store. Dick Madl-oc'a. Tho Spa Willamette Hotel. The Council. Tnlklngton'a. Tho Court. rft . Tho New Frvlght Depot The freight depot will soon bo com pleted, and It will bo a dandy. The old building has boon moved down to the corner of Front nnd Trndo streets and tho now building la added on to the onst end. reaching nearly to Com mercial. It Is of tho daschound breed ns far as Its body la concerned, but bus no 'tall It tells tho story or Sa Ipiu'b growth that, notwithstanding the competition of tho electric rond. the freight dopot lias to bo more than doubled In site to accommodate the rapidly growing business. Rort Houston 8 occupying tho dead cen ter or tno building, and that far away look In his eyo la caused by his try ing to ace both end of his new quar ters at onco. Toko off your hat when you meet him. and speak to him kindly, for ho is having troubles of his own. trying to got UBed to the uow arrangement, which has made him a trifle wild. Ktort'M CIommI All tho grocory stores will bo closed all day tomorrow, September 1. U. J. Ia'Iiiiiiui, AHSlMMIt - Undertaker, 1th W. T. Rlgdon, (Gti vaurt stroot. S-27-oodtf Wlilto Kwiiii linker)' For nnythlng In tho bnkery line. 319 N. Commercial. 9-14-3t (in in lUIll Sh - My lino of robes nnd blankots. F. 10. Slinfer, 126 S. Commercial St. Ston Closo.! Snlom dny nt tho fair. Wednesday, our store closes at 11 a, m., and re mains closed tho rest of the day. Huron & Hamilton. WiiittN to Try Miller Application for requisition papers havo beon presented to Governor Heiisnn by Prosecuting Attorney Ed win nryson or tho Fourth judicial district for the return of Chns. Miller now In CallfornlH. Minor Is wanted In Ktigoutt to nuswor to the charge or larceny. Jewelry Stoio Removal Harm' Jewelry store will be re moved to the corner noroee the street from Its present loetttlou on Wednes day and open up for busliiees Thurs day morning. The buslnew has been conducted In the Gray bloek coriici for the past 13 yonra ami the thoiiKht that wms a, luoky number to rnovo on. nnd so aro going Into ele gant now quarters in the Catllu & l.lnn block n Salem duy. t'liurgi'H l'nuul P. R. Diidny. residing a few miles north of this city, swore to a com plaint this morning In the justice court against James May and Q. W McCrum charging them with fraud. Duduy claims that Muy and McCrum Induced him to trade horses with the understanding that one of the two wouiu purcnaso tno horse belonging to ono of the traders for ?50. but thy failed to do so. Ho MtH'tn mi Old Friend Uberto H. Stridor, judge and start er ror tho speed events at tho stato rair tins year, was given a pleasant surprise last ovonlns at bla hotel br meeting an old chum and achoolmato from South Charleston, Ohio, stx miles from Mr. Stridor's birthplace, and whom he had no Idea of meeting In tho far weat. Mr. A. S. Hldy, the frlond above reforrod to ia connect ed with tho Detroit Southern Rail road Company, and is making a tour of tho Pad lie coast on a vacation. Ho Will visit frlonds In Kucone hnfnr going back East, and he has became so Infatuated with the Oregon cli mate and country, and especially tho stato fair and the racing program, that he will uot leave Salem aa long as thoro la auy amusement to bo of fered In this lino- SEATTLE WILL HONOR CONSULS l UMTCD J'llKHM LEAKED WIUK.1 Seattle Wash., Sent. 14. All for eign oontMls on Ui$ PaclTW: coast will bo entertained by tho forolgn consuls or Seattle, of which Ilernard Pelly, Drltlsh vice-consul, Is chairman, at tho fair grounds tomorrow. Asldo from u dinner at the exposition aud n sightseeing trip uout tho grounds during tho day, sevoral apodal fea tures havo been rJut on the program. An elaborate display of flroworks, with n dosorlptlvo sotploco for each nation has been arrangod. "All forolgn consuls havo beon so kind In londing their aid to help mako tho oxposltlon a success," said Mr. Pelly, "that It has been decided to set u day aside for them." ' o CloM-d AU the barber shops lu tho city will close tomorrow at noon. A Double Funeral Tho old soldiers will conduct it double funeral tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, tho dend being David D. Gammon, a member of Co. D, First regiment In the I'nlted Ctntos cav alry ,and D. W. Sanbourno, an aged veteran who died nt tho Oregon hos pital yesterday. All old soldiers nro requested to be present nt 2 o'clock tomorrow (Wednesday) at tho Rlg don undertaking parlors, whoro tho funeral services will be hold. In terment will he In the Grand Army cemetery. o im:i. SHKGHR At her residence. 920 S. Commercial street, Salem, Oregon, Mrs. Sophn Soogor, aged C3 yours. Deceased was a natlvo of Germany. She had been n resident of Snlom since January of this your, coming horo from Donaldson, Minn. She was tho mother of nine living chlldron, seven of whom live In Minnesota and two In this city. Notlco of funorul luter. Tho body was embalmod and prepared for burial by J. C. Sill of the Cottage undertaking parlors. o Tea was cult'vated In Chlna2700 yours boforo the Christian era ana In that country flrst ued as a bov erage. o INHUMAN BEAST AT TACOMA D.NITED lneSS LEASED WIRE Taooma, Sept 14. Sobbing and inanlng In fitful sleep, llttlo 4-year-old Owen Lehman, son of Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Lohninn, of 724 South O stroot, lay all night in tho rear part of tho Savoy theator, whoro ho had boon Imprisoned early yesterday nf- ternlon by an unknown young man, for whom the entire police forco is now searching. Llttlo Owen disappeared from tho street, whoro ho was playing, yostor day afternoon, and a little later he was soon by a nolghbor with a strange young man near tho Savoy theator. That wae thd last hoard or seen of the llttlo boy until this morn ing at '10 o'clock, whon, scratched and bleeding, he found his way out of his dark prison, and staggered to his home. There his frantic mother, who hai been III for two wooks, clasped him In her arms, atid, gradu ally, as he recavored his senses, ho told his parents how he had boon lurod Into the thontor and how tho strange man had mistreated him. All night Lehman, tho boy's fathei, kept up a search for tho missing child nnd every policeman was fur nished with a description, nnd in structed to bo on tho lookout. Tho sudden disappearance of tho boy, however, completely baffled tho offi cers, and not a cluo could bo found. iiiu iiuiuuiB mm mmosi aennuonou ADDITIONAL PERSONALS J. C. Turney, of Burns, at tho head of the Harney Valley Oil & Gas Co., Is in the city for a fow days attend ing the stato fair. Charles Johnson, formerly of Har ney county, now of Portland, la via Ring relatives at Salem. Miss Gortrudo IIIrBch has returned from six weeks spont at tho Seattle fair. Mrs. M. E. Tripp of Bolllngham, Wash., arrived in tho city this aftor noon to visit hor son, C. K. Tripp, the United Press telegraph oporator of Tho Journal office, and incidental ly to seo Oregon's groat stato fain Mr. Ray Smith of Joplln, Mo., is visiting his uncle, W. F. R. Smith, nnd Is gottlng a protty good insight Into Oregon's productiveness by at tending the state fair. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. TIME TAHLE. ICffectlvo Sunday, July I, 12:01 A. M. 11)0(1 No. 10 Or No. 18 Co No. so llo Northbound. reson Gxiiren 'ottaire Orovc l'au. . . . llOMliuri 1'iiMcticer . No. II rortlaml Hxprws No. IS Hhnita Limited SuutlilMHind. .v( I , .' tin n.m ..(J US p.m. . .U :15 i.a, . .8:20 a. n. . .7:43 p.m. No. 13 Snn rrmielaoo Hiprem. .. ..1:31 n.m. No. 11 Htiaita Limited 7:43 p.m. No. Ill Aililnml l'mscru'cr lU.'UUa.m, No. 17 Cottnee drove 1'am, ...0:4ftp.m No. 15 California Hipresa 0:00 p.m. Northbound. .11: in a.m. . .0:00 p.ni, .11 M.'injn. . .JM3a.ni No, 22rt Wnjr rrclnUt No. 222 l'ortlnnu Fait Krelclit Southbound. No. 225 Way Freight No. 221 I'onlancl Fast freight OREGOX ELECTRIC RAIL-WAV CO. Local Loaves for hone this Vnorn iB w imi nSSS ,,or,",n'' nl"' Intermediate polnt..7 :00 a.m. nope this morning when llttlo Owon Portland-iim-boro Intermediate... i:0rta.ra, I'oriiatui nnu intermediate points. 10 :03 n.ru Portland and Intermediate 11:1ft n.m. alone walked Into the house. -a It Saved His Lor. I l'ortlaud und Intermedluto 1 :05 p.m. UIIIUICU. Portland, Tualatin and IIIIIiboro.3 ;35 p.m. Local. I'ortland-IIIIUhoro Intermediate. .4 :1S p.m. Portland and Intermediate points. 0 :20 p.m. Portland and Intermediate points. 8 :40 p.m. "All thought I'd loso my log," wrltej J. A. Swenson, Watortown, Wis. "Ton yearn of eczema, that 15 doctors could not euro, had at lnst laid mo up. Then Uucklon's Arnica I Local Arrives From Salvo cured it sound nnd well." In-1 Portland and Intermediate points. 8 :30 a.m. fallible for skin oruptions eczema, P0lnd.iiiii-uoro intermediate.. ,0:40 n.m. salt rhoum. bolls, fovor sores, burni. Limited. Bcalds. cuts and dIIos 2Gc nt T n PortlamHllllaboro and Tualatin, 10 :20a.m. rntV,n i T.nnn 1 V J O, Norwich Union Insurance Company Frank Meredith, Resident Agent City Hull, Salem, Or. Criuorvrt Gry FOR FLETCHER'S OASTO Rl A A'Skln at Beautj h a Joy Forem D' h t. rcux Geufuure wmm rvvtu flD uimrif BDiii-nrirn vrvutin vi UIAUIWAJ uauillll.t MONEY TO LOAN TIFOS. K. FORD Over Ladd .ft Rush Hunk, Sulem, Or. Local, Portland and Intermediate polnti.lt :SS a.m. Port and and Intermediate polnti.l :3S p.m. lai i-un uuu-iiiiiiuoro intermediate. . .4 :oo p.m. Port and and Intermediate BMSp.n. Port and nnd Intermediate 8:20p.m, Portland theater train 12:05 a.m. RmorM KpboHm lUih, tod jM Ta '. b.. ilota V. 'lmrit- 'UI.. nvr blcmj . wuti. mat 1 ui tu daltcUoo. li tu stood U) ten of to yttrt, ami U huialttt w lHUib-UItlt It prsixrlr tnit. ACtMDOOOUBKr Irlt of .teilfcu suae. Dr. U A Sari M to Itlr Of Ik b.Ut loo ( vMlctill. "At ru i4ji will uu lhm. I recumnwed " r lilt liA bumful of tu it.i u:t or ui Ootlrud' ak utD-j&iLuu. 'r tilt br &ll dnuiuu and anL t Aoodt tMtltrt la Uit Utllt4 Buim, CteaUt ta4 KurvM faLLHtrilllS,? VSi-Au SI.-it.HwM i i 4Tv UI I M Q 11 i m PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS confer upon the wearer n stylish. dUtl n g u I shed . ppearatico and s tn a 1 t figure Note the many well gowned wo mn who use them Columbia Indes tructible R e c ords never wear out never break !Wc, The Golden Rule Bazaar Mrs. U. T. Swart a 7 1 Com'l St. PIANO. TUNING LUTKLLUS L. WOODS Tuning, pollening, ropairlng. '10I. 008 o- CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature NEW TODAY WANTED An exporloncod teamster Phone H19, 1790 Stato stroot. p-14-3t FOR RENT Threo "rooms,' nicely nnd nowly furnished. Eloctric lights and tolophono; splendidly equtppod bath and toilet, on sec ond flooh; call In afternoons at 715 Cenotr stroet, corner of Cot tage. 9-8-t f7&fe,v; WANTED At onco, boys to sell pa pers during fnir week. Apply at journal office. 9-11-4 iVNTED Lnundroe. month Phono 433 ?30 per 9-14-tf JKJ2L1kJ J Choice lots, 50x150, at Meeker's; $100 and up; on easy uctyiim is. $2000 New bungalow, 6 rooms and basement; bath ? With nnr-nhin ruh hnt inrl nnM ...i. ii .. ,,..,. S i Cn , 1 nc ,,ulWMU UIU wrtiur; uiecmc ngnis. v UUl UCAIOU, Two new modern bungalows for rent. MEYER & BELLE Land Company 437 State Street. Phnno ar7 I H44-f4tlltaa)a)a,-,t,,)t,,8,t; MAXWELL AUTO GARAGE I LMi Hof) m II Garage on Alley Back of When your automobile re quires repairing or cleaning and putting In the best or der by skilled mechanics who repair tires or reset them fop you so that you will be satisfied that you can sajely use your nuto without fear that anything has not been properly at tondod to. Our charges are as low as can bo made by first-class workmen, nnd we guarantee satisfaction to our patrons. OPKX DAY AND NIGHT Salem Board of Trade . r-A H k I J&r. LV ftvzvzvpjjU>jaiMamt