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IA1LV UAI'lTAL- JOUItNAL, BAj.EM, OnKGON, TUESDAY, SKFTKMBKK 14, 1N9.
Safe Began Today at 9:30 a. m. HrM Twenty More Salespeople Wanted Apply at Side Door a M m fw w h m GOVERNOR WELCOMES VISITORS And President Matlock Delivers Opening Address Liquor and Gambling Not Permitted. BELIEVE MURDERER A MANIAC innnlncnl child slayer Is at largo. Another theory Is that tho man Is an enemy of the Pcrcopln family and that ho choso a fiendish method of wreaking vengeance. THE PINCHOTQUARREL WILL GET TO CONGRESS I UNITED I'RKSR LKARCD Willi. Utlca, N. Y Sept. 14. Freddlo Enfuslno, tho little six-year-old boy who wns shot by n supposed ngont of tho black hand and who was found beside tho body of Teresa Percopla, eight years old, and his wounded three-year-old sister Fnnnlo, died to day at a local hospital. In splto of tho fact that tho pollco with bloodhounds havo been follow ing every available clow thoy aro un ablo to find tho porpetrator of tho crlmo. Tho pollco aro confronted with sov eral theories. Ono of them Is that tho man who shot tho children Is a maniac. Warning has boon issued to parents to watch their children care fully, becauso of tho bollof that a (UNITED MESS LEAHKD W lilt, J Washington, Sept. 14, No mat tor what the decision of President Taft may be in tho Balllnger-Pln-chot controversy, that tho row will becomo a subject of congressional in vestigation next winter Is practical ly assured. A preliminary Investigation ot tho principal features of tho controversy will start in a few days, when tho oonato committee takes the affair up. It is announced today that experts of tho interior department and the department of agriculture have been Invited to accompany tho committee, -. -o Canton, China, Is the 'coldest placo on earth for its latitude. It is tho only placo in tho tropics where snow occasionally falls. Pill It is Impossible to be well, simply im possible, If the bowels are constipated. Waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed, from the body at least Atkuour Jodor about Ayet'tPilh, gently once each day, or there will be trouble. laxative, all vegetable. lUknowtiehylhty The dose of Ayer's Pills Is small, only act Jhectly on the lleer. i.1?&mii. one pill at bedtime. All vegetable. You Will Find Us Ready For You Now t FRAKES' 279 Commercial Street Dress Headquarters For Salem Women Ushering in the New Fall Season with a Wonderful Purchase and Sale We invite you to call at our new store and in spect our new line of Suits and Millinery. . You will find a large and complete stock to select from. Our new location is 279 N. Commercial street, opposite Fry's drug store. SPECIAL PRICES In Every Department for Opening Days IF IT COMES FROM FRAKES IT'S CORRECT MISS M. D. EVANS Salem Manager Phone 342- You will find our store located at 279 Commercial Street, opposite Fry's Drug Store J The program Monday evening con sisted of jnuslc by McElroy's band, vocal solo by Miss Harwas, ot Port land, with Portland ladles' orches tra, addresses by President Matlock, and Member of tho Board W. H. Downing. President Matlock's AdtKcsa. Hon. Wm. Matlock, of Portland. gave tho opening address of tho 1909 fair ,and reviewed tho work that had been done In the way of Improve ments, and tho efforts of tho board to plcaso tho exhibitors, and prepare a suitnblo entertainment for tho pub lic, that should bo instructlvo and return to tho tnxpayor tho largest amount of satisfaction. Prostdent Matlock dwelt on tho fact that all liquor selling, games of chanco and selling pools on tho races, and gam 'bllng of every description had been driven from tho grounds. ItccopUon to Urn Governor. Governor Frank W. Donson was given a very cordial greeting whon ho nroBO to deliver tho opening ad dress of wolcomo on bohalf of tho state of Oregon and tho bonrd of n r'culturo. The governor has Just re turned from his summer outing in California, and this was his first pub lic appearance. Ho said: This Is the opening day of tho forty-elgth nnnual Oregon stato fair, and ns I look nt this splendid exhibit of tho products of our great stato, I mnrvol nt our great wealth, and pre dict that no stato In tho Union hns n brighter futniro than our own Oregon. No factor has been moro potent for Improving tho product of our or chardp, fields nnd stock ranges than theso annual stato fairs, coupled with tho smaller county nnd district fairs in different parts of tho Btato. Koon competition nt this fair during ho part few years has been Instrumental In bringing our livestock industry to the highest grndo of oftlcloncy, and It Is n woll-known fact that tho whole country Is now looking toward Ore gon as an idoal placo for tho success ful breeding of fnncy nnlmnls of all 1 kinds. Oregon thoroughbred llvo- J stock carried off moro than Its share i of homrs nt tho St, Louis exposition, and I vontoiro tho prediction thnt Ore 'gon will bo hoard from whon tho bluo ribbons nro nassod around at P ' till) tnrlf hlhlt nt Mm Alnabn.Vit. 1 kon-Paclflc exposition. The great tide of Imm'grntlon that j Is pouring Into Orogon evory year I makes It cortaln that thorn wilt al ways ho n ready markot horo nt home for tho products of tho farmer, dairy man, orchnrdist and stockman. With our metropolis passing the quarter of a million mark, and tho smaller cities of tho stato growing by leaps nnd bounds, with largo packing housos and new arteries of transpor tation undor construction, what won- dor Is It that our pooplo aro giving I heed each year to tho matter of fur- I nlshlng produco for our rapidly In- creasing population? In spite ot our I rnpld growth tho day will como when I llttlo produco will be shipped to Ore- gon, but, on tho contrary, great quan Itltiot will bo shipped to outsldo I states and foreign countries. Our j fruit Is already shipped by tho car- load to Chicago, New York and Lon don, but when It Is considered that our fruit raising Industry is In Its In fancy, and that the demands for our products are increasing oach year, It may be said without fear of success fml contradiction that Oregon Is des tined to bo ono ot (he leading fruit growing states in the Union. The same statement may be made In re gard to our livestock, garden and hop industries. We have climate, soil and all other necessary elements that contribute to the successful grow ing of grasses, grains, orchards and gardens. Our desert waters are'be lng reclaimed, our brush-covered hill s'des are yielding to the settler's ax and plow, and new homes are spring ing up like mushrooms In ovary sec tion of our commonwealth. From a purely commercial standpoint it may bo said that Oregon presents a field for Investment in farm property that cancot'be equaled in any part of the United States. But, aside from the commercial as pect. the beauty and charm ot farm life in Oregon cannot help but ap peal to man's finer Instincts. No stctlon in America Is better adapted to ideal home life than rural Oregon. ES2I Of course you're going to visit tho. Oregon State Fair Sept. 13 to 18 While attending the Fair you will have an opportunity to see the splendid lines of merchandise carried by Salem stores, among which is j& tzrst&d' 07" f4ZdiJlhjf a & tedccc. e which has certainly done its part in gaining for Salem the reputation of being the best and most reasonable trading point in the valley. E"V "nr Our Fall Lines Are Now Complete In our Dry Goods Department you will find a splendid selection of NOVELTY DRESS GOODS in all the new shades with NOVELTY SILKS for waists to match. We also show the Homespuns and Mannish Worsteds for street wear and traveling suits. Our Clothing bears the Brandegee label, which means stylish fabrics, correct styles and expert work manship. Every pair of our SHOES is built to give satisfactory service. We show the most complete line of footwear in the city; shoes suitable for every kind of wear for men, women and children. Hosiery Underwear Comforts Blankets Everything for the whole family at prices that "credit stores" can't match. ' Our Store Will Close at 11 a. m. Wednesday, Salem Day at the Fair S With our highways bolng Improved, new transportation linos In tho pro cess of construction, new sections ot tho stato bolng oponod up to Bottlo ment, rural telephones and mall routes extended, and last, but by no moans least, rural schools brought to tho highest grado of cfllcloncy, our country pcoplo havo many comforts of city lifo without its discomforts and annoyances. Tho tlmo Is soon coming wlion migration from tho country to tho city will coneo, ana when tho tldo will burn toward the farms. Hold and forosts, toward per fect freedom and lndt-pondonco of llfo that man fools as hq stta "bo noath his own vino and fig troo." Asldo from tho display ot farm products that wo sco around us, our oyus rot upon many tools and 1m pleinonta that lessen tho farmer's labor. Our Agricultural collego is as sisting, In fact, Is leading In tho movemont toward tho farm. Fairs of this chaructor not only stlmulnto tho farming Industry, but they educate tho people to tho advantages ot coun try llfo, The splendid exhibition of our resources that has been thrown open today cannot help but arouse an Interest among our pooplo that will load to a greater, a better and a moro united Oregon. tho approaching gamo. They will e hcadod by Chief Ml-Ni-Nlck, ot the YnklmaB. o Good for nilioHsnoM. "I took two ot Cbaniborlaln'a Stom cch and Liver Tablots last night, and I fool fifty por cont bettor than I havo for weeks," says J. J, Fire stono, of Allogan, Mich. "They are cortalnly a flno nrtlclo for bilious ness." For solo by all good drug gists. Bamplos freo. Tonight tho G7th session of the Oregon nnnual conference of ta Methodist Episcopal church will opea unofficially at Cottngo Drove, whe Dr T. D, Ford, pastor of the clmrck at Hood River, will dollvor his at- dross on Abraham Lincoln. Tomor row morning tho conforonco will get down to business, DIshop Smith, ot Portland, presiding. o Tho Dnlles is to hold a district fair October 5-9, inclusive. HYAS CLOSE POTLATCH TENAS SUN Yakima and Spokane Indians to Have Big Blow-out at North Yakima in October. a North Yakima, Sept. 14. Yakima Indians today secured the fair ground on which to hold a big "potlatch" early in Octobor, at the end of the hop picking season, when tho tribe will en tot tain their friends In other tribes, and a few specially Invited whlto guests. A feature ot tho "potlatch" will be the "bono game." which will bo the deciding contest of a series of three played during the last four years with the Spokano Indians. This game will be the "rubber" for a championship. Two years ago the game lasted eight hours, and thousands of dol lars, horses, saddles and blankets changed hands. Several thousand braves are expected to take part in REC CROSS PHARMACY Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Patent Medicines and Druggist's Sundries. Perfumery ,all popu lar odors. Toilet and Fancy Articles. Combs, Brushes, etc. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Central Office for Independent Long Dis tance Telephone Company. Salem, Oregon 177 N. Com'l. Phone 144 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 see us. Electric Fixture & Supply Co. L. S. HYDE, Manager 1