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OA PITA I. JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1010.
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Another splendid assortment of
Saturday NightSpecials toreven-
mg shoppers trom 730 till 9 r.
$135 Silk Gloves
Tonight tho Glove Section offers
12-button longth Silk Gloves, sin
6 only; regular fl.36 values,
tonight after supper
at, pair 65
Clocks, Special at
They como In Brass, Nickel and'
opper finish thoroughly reliable
patterns, and keep good time,
sale after supper at 49
Golf Shirts at
Men's Pleated nnd Soft Bosom
Shirts sizes 14 to 17, all new
$1.00 to $1.25 values, on
Special after supper at....85d
Ladies' Pingree Shoes
Ask for Style No. 3 Gl Bright, Full Stock Kid
bal lace, with Cuban heel, pat. tips, $3.50
values, from 7:30 till 0 p. m. tonight, pr..j52.45
Boys' Sweater Coats
Big range of colors, all sizes to choose from
Boys' $2.00 values at
Men's $3.00 values at Sp2-45
On snle after supper tonight.
Plaid Silk Specials
Tonight, from 7:30 till 9 p. m., tho Silk Section
offers a beautiful assortment of Plaid Silks; reg
ular $1.25 values, a'tjthe special low prlco
of only, the yard
$1.25 Muslin, Gowns
IS FOUND UNDI3II OTIS' HOUSE
BY rOLICEMEN WHO OA11RY
FLED ON SEEING ALARM CLOCK
They como with low neck and short sleeves.
sale after supper, from 7:30 till 9 p. in.; regular
$1.25 value? at the extra special low price
of only, each. 93
All-Llnon Hand Embroidered. On
sale after supper In tho Handker
chief Section, from 7:30 till 9 p.
m., tonight, regular 25c
values at 19c
12 l-2c Outing Flannel,Spe
cial Tonight at 9c the .yd.
Supply your needs for making
gowns, petticoats, dressing
sacquos, etc., from th,is showing
of 12 Mc values at the special
price of, yard . . : .' 9d
20c Suting at 12 l2c
Tonight aftr supper we offer a
Bplendld variety, of .Galeta Suit
ings, regular 20c values, at
the low prlco of, yard. . . .126 $
! CFJ NNis
Tonight; First Dane
Of tho season, at D'Arcy hall, on
Acuta and Chronic Diseases
Dr. White, osteopath and norvo
specialist. Ofllco, 50C Unltod Stntei
Natlonnl Bank Bld'g. Phone 859,
Roaldonco, 46 North Capital St.,
Phono 4C9. 8-22-eod-tf
Clinso nnl 8 (rooks Aro
Tho best makers of lap robes now
on tho markot. Now shipment just
arrived. Got tho best, prices right,
and Just tho driving gloves 'you
want at F. IS, Shafer's, tho saddlery
and harness man, 187 South Com
mercial street. ood-tf
CoUngC; .Hotel JtaU1?--:
Beginning Soptembor. 1 table board
by tho woolc, 4.50i Single meals, 25
eonUi. Romomlidr, this menns Cot
tage Hotel quality. Sunday dinner,
e of Uio Finest
h Houses tn Salom.. has been placed
'fa my haada to Bell. The stlo mii'st
Jb made soon, tlioeforo tho price is
Beeounblo.j, Sod mo abojut' this be
fore It Is" gouo. Homer H, 'Smith,
room 6, McCornack bids. Phono 96.
. ' 7'm
TJ Alumni I'SW V
, Tito annual "tag" will bo hold at
Hho" University gymnaajuin tonlgh.
Thoro, Vf HI ho tugs, of war, sack racoB
and sporta at all kinds. tftor tho
athlotoa got tired thore will he some
eed" provided by tho men of tho
M. C. A. The students always look
tfonvnnl to a hilarious timo at this
vont, boeauso thoro Isn't any re
straint placed upon thorn, !nnd It en
ables all tho mqn to got acquainted.
Gofd 7room house on Gheiuekoto
KL. cJobo I". I.KOO down, balance on
monthly payments, Lot 50x150.
This la a very good buy. Seo mo ut
once. Homer II. Smith, Room C,
McCornack Bids. Phono 96.
- Ucrfl Is Something Cond
48 noroa adjoining O. & E. traak
- at Waconda 'station. 12 aorea In
Kflglleh -walnuts, 16 aorea, cleared.
law8 Ju bruah: 1166 per aorp.
3.000 down. balance in terms to
ault. t will pay you to see me
about this. Homr II. Smith, Room
C WrOormurk Bldg Phi"
Big dance D'Arcy Hall.
Articles of Incorporation for tho
Central States Bank, of Portland:
capltnl stock, $2Q0,000, woro filed
with tho secretary of state today.
Tho Incorporators .are Arthur B
Mason, Arthur R. Holman and Harry
V. Kaddorly, nil of Portland. Tho
Mann & Stowart Company, of Port
land, also fllod articles of Incorpora
tion with a capital stook of $10,000,
nnd Bruco D. Stowart, John B. Mann
nnd Ruth A. Mann, and will deal In
real cBtato renornlly.
Salem tho Best
W .J. Davis, a prominent business
man of this city, who, accompanied
by Mrs. Davis, has been making n
pleasuro toiir of British Columbia
and other points in tho Northwest,
roturnod to Salom yesterday, and is
moro convinced than over that Salem
Is tho host city on earth, and Oregon
(ho only Uate on tho faco of tho
map to locato In for a permanent
Notice to Contractors '
Sealed proposals will be rocolvod
at tho oftlcfl.,of F. A. Leggy architect,
until 6 o'clopk p. in., on tiio 4th day
of Ootouer, 1910, for tho construc
tion of a fraino church, building for
Leello M'. V. church In accordance
wJtft plaiys nnd spuamqations cjqpIqw,
of whlcli may be Jtad nl thooflldo of
tho nrdhltoct. Th right Isjogorvod
to roject aijy and all blus4 Amps Vaas,
ohalrman of board.
I.lceiisort to Slnrry
Upon tho writton consent of Jakob
Sohok, tho paternal parent g tho
brldo-to-be, who Is under tlho statu
tory ago for marrlago, n marrno II
ronso has boon issued to Mr. Stovo
Schmidt, a prosperous young Hun
garian farmor, of near Gorvals, aged
23, and Miss Maria Schoak, aged 13,
and also a resident of Gorvpts. Tho
marrlogQ will tako placo at Gorvals
October 13. A marrlago llconso hns
also been granted John Sumner, agod
31, nnd Miss Alpha Jones, both of'
this city; John Doyens affiant,
fjutjK-iuH Its Order
Tho railroad commlsolpn has
mado an ordor suspending "the for
mer ordor requiring the Oregon
ljleetrlo Railway, eompnny and tho
b'outlisrn pnoJtle to put In a Joint do
pot at Ui junotlon point of lhbe
two roNdii at TuaJatlu and amml4l
it to raqulro the romiMntes to build
sidewalks coniuotlng; the two sta
tions ami provide ulectrtr HkIUs for
the MroommodatUin of tlielr pngson-'
i--rs In trsnsfprring from o'i at- til
til.' ll T I
Follow The crowd to D'Arcy hall
Fresh Toko points, and Eastern
oysters, any style, at they Jlllto Cafe.
OUson's barber snop
Gllson's cigar store
i)ll8on'B baths open all day Sundar
, x 12-4-w-s-tf
For the Best '
In tho grocery lino call at J. M,
Lawronco's, Ferry nnd Commercial,
Phono 311. Prompt dollveries.-
Now plcturos nnd songs tonight,
Matinee ovory day except Sunday
from 3 to 5 p. m. Spoclal features
with matinee every day, songs, plc
turos, etc. , ,'
At u Bargain
Two-seated Surrey, rubber tiro,
and double harness, nonrly now, for
sale. Inqulro at 491 North Cottago
street or at Josso & Mooros' furnl.
turo storo, Court street.
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 1. -A bomb
found beneath the home of General
Harrison Gray Otis, publisher of the
Times, in Wiltshire Baulevard, ex
ploded in the street near the house
late this afternoon.
The explosion .tore a great hole In
tho street, and shattered a score of
No one was hurt. ,
The bomb was found by the police
It was similar to that found beneath
the Zeehandalaar home this morning,
When tho officers carried it to the
street they n'ted that tho clock at
tached was running. They dropped
it in the street nnd fled.
Two minutes later the machine ex,
ploded with a detonation that terri
fied the entire fashionable West Lake
A guard has been thrown about the
jc j)c 5i fc jjt 9f S)C f 5l j) Sjs 3ft
Mrs. Arthur Hall, of Gold HIU,
Wash., attending the funeral of her
lato father, John Grills, who died in
this city last Tuesday.
Major Walter W. Wilson, of 'the
Third regiment, O. N. G., of Port
land, returned home this morning,
after conducting an inspection of the
local militia cmpany. 1
Walter L. Tozo returned to his
home at Falls City this- morning, nf
tor attending the Republican ban
quet in this city' last evening.
Joo Smith's Wife Dead.
Salt Lake Olty, Utah, Oct. 1.
Lucy Walker Kimball, 84, first
posthumous wife of Joseph Smith,
founder of tho Mormon church, died
at her homo here todny. After
Smith's death she married Heber C.
Kimball, another prominent leader
of pioneer days.
New Mexico's Census.
Washington, Oct. 1, Tho census
of New Mexico was announced today
a3 327.39C. Tills is an increase of 67
Xlco Fried Chicken
For your Sunday
dinner at tho
Salem People In. Trouble
Servos thorn right. Tncyssnouid
sand their bnd liUJs to tho Capital
TggllQOtlng AgQtipi' for colocj;lp,p. 1J,
6. Natlonnl Bank Building, room 205
Salom, Oro. Phone 773.
rt rviuwLn. Vmi -v,nit lticf 51
It yo.u ynnt.tUQ boat in rieft,ts, mi
and mujllary market' In the valley.
Court, nnd Liberty streets. Phono
HJ8S., 1 - '
Thoy Aro Flne
Olympla nnd Ynqulna oystora, any
stylo, at tho Ulito Cfo for your
A Stubborn Girl
"A Stubborn Cinderella." which
will bo the offering at tho Grand
Opera House o" Monday, Oct. .1,
possesses ovory roqulslto of success
In Its dollghtful music nnd charming
fanciful story, played by an excoprl
tlonally competout company of fun
makers, headed by Colt Albortson and
Hazel Klrko assisted by scores of
pretty, youthful girls.
Lost Their Babe
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Taylor, who
reside at 201S Fair Grounds road,
have had tho misfortune to lose
their six days' old girl babe, and tha
lilr. Taylor Is nn emnloyo at th
Thlolgfn feed store.
Sanitary Fish and
Everything In tho Fish, Poultrj
and canned goods Una.
' My market abaolutaly sanitary,
my uioata being kat lc refriRrnto
counter. Drop in and look around.
Just South o new Marlon Hotel
A. M. MNUK.YI-'M.TKK. Ir c.
Phone 7.10. Siiloin, On-;, i
Union servlcoe, nt University Tab
ernncle tomorrow night. Everybody
Powiicl tho Alumni
In a splendid game yestorday tho
como latolys" put It nil over the
"has beens" of Willamette Universi
ty, winning by a score of 10 to 0.
Tho world's youngest and most
scientific Palmist, located for a Bhort
time only nt Gray Block, Room 0,
Hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
The Ellto Cnfe--
For your Sunday dinner, nice
friend chlckon. A goqd change.
Tho Times building was a four
story brick and stone structure at
tho Intersection of First street and
Broadway. It was completely razed
by tho explosion anil Are.
According to the statement of Man
aging Editor Andrews, the loss will
The city council this morning, In
executive session, appropriated $25,-
000 to be used to Investigate the ex
plosion thnt wrecked the Tfmes build
lng this morning. Resolutions were
passed demanding a thorough sifting
of tho offair.
San Francisco, Oct. 1. The Ev
cnlng Post, commenting editorially
on tho Los Angeles dynamiting, to
All newspaperdom was thrilled
and shocked today with tho horror
of the holocaust which followed the
dynamiting of the Times building In
Los Angeles. Tho loss of property is
but a detail, as the owner Is a
wealthy corporation, and Its plant Is
well insured, but not all the; money
nor the sympathy in tho world can
relight one of the 20 human candles
whose lights were, blown out iy the
chilling blast of exploded nitro
glycerine. Apalled by the effect, a million
tongues are asking today concerning
tho cause, tho human cause, which
plotted and planned the' explosion.
In Its fight with organized labor, the
Times is a world figure, and, at loss
for a lurid theory, this crime will bo
laid by many at labor' door. The
most plausible explanation seems to
bt that this is the work of misguid
ed fanatics, and these have missed
tho .men they sought to strike, only
to kill and maim scores with whom
they fiad no quarrel.
Two suspects are already Under ar
rest. The Post trusts that the real
perpetrators of this outrage will be
discovered, that tho world may know
what forces were responsible for a
deed that will forever blot a page of
the Industrial history of Southern
In the loss of life, the outrage Is
groator than tho Haymarket riots in
Chicago, and the case mnybecome as
a . M
CAN YOU AFFORD To pass up
such an opportunity as tho follow
ing: For sale, good 6-room house,
pantry, bath, all rooms good size,
board walks, barn and chicken
house, city water, oxcollent vlow,
lots of shade and fruit tres, house
plastered and in extra good condi
tion. Prlco $1900, easy terms.
Homer H. Smith, room 6, McCor
nack building. Phone 96.
FOR SALE A fine lot on south
east corner of 24th and Trade Sts.,
high and dry, 00x192 ,4. This ia
a dandy. $400, $25 down, bal
ance $10 per momhv Homer II.
Smith, Room 5, McCorraack build
Prices from $9.50 to $75.00
Every One a 1 91 0 Creation
. SHOP .
IF FA5HHI 4HTIL 3
The OctobeV St. Nicholas.
GIiiciiki Successfully Grown
In Orqgon, ThtS culture for th
two past soasons of the Glnsehtfl
plant by the Scientific Intense Cult
ture Ranch of Salom, has demon'
strntod tho fact that owing to th
favorable cllmntI6 conditions of Ore
gon, mako Its culture hofo mora
succoaeful than In any of .the oagt
orn states whero the plant has been
cultivated for thcT)ast 30 years.
Thero Is no Investment for a
young person t)iat will pay hotter
dividends than n good business
trnlutng such as may bo, secured nt
tho Capital Business College, of Sa
lom. The success of Its graduates Is
constant proof of this. At this
Bohool tho Individual needs of each
pupil aro looked after. Tho result
Is competent grqduutes and satisfied
business men wh? employ them. A
aatalogne will tell you all about tho
school. Ask for It "
Boys will run for first chance at
the-October St. Nicholas when they
know that Mr. Walter Camp, who
knows more about foot-ball than any
man In America, writes In that issue
n "The Now Rules In Boot-ball";
nnd further, that Edward H. Coy,
Captain of the Yale Foot-ball Team
of 1909 by many thought to bo tho
greatest foot-ball player who.has evor
carried a ball, has also an article in
which he dlscusges "Foot-ball A
Game for Gentlemen."
Walter Camp oxplalns the. New
Rules In detail and the effects which
they are likely to hnvo upon the jilay
and players, while Edward H. Coy
pleads for a fair and patient test of
football under tho now rules, as "a
gamo for gentlemen." This article of
"Ted" Coy's will be followed by
others In th6 Novomber and Decem
ber St. Nicholas, In which he will sug
gest certain special plays for boys to
"try out", and offer suggestions and
side lights upon the strategy of the
Short stories and long, and many
sketches of lntorest, make the Octo
ber St. Nicholas a splendid end-of
the-year Issue. Then, too, It contains
another ar'.lcle by Francis Arnold
Collins on "How to Mako and Fly
Model Aeroplanes", with plenty of
pictures, while "Nature and Science"
offers a long and interesting article,
with many illustrations, on "Balloons
and Airships", made by man in fancy
SUMNER JONES. At the minis
ter's residence, In this city, Friday
evening Setpember 30, 1910, Mr.
John Sumner aiid Miss Alpha
Jones, both of Marlon county,
were united as husband and wife,
Rev. P. S, Knight performing the
ceremony in .the presenco of a few
friends of the bride and groom.
Tho young people will make Salem
their home for the present.
There's one good thing about an
automobile. It can outrun the dust.
Unless you own an-'automobllo,
down hill is as bad as up hill.
0) mat'lT1() sank ( I
SBnild Your FortoneflF
Wisely and Surely
FOIl SALE First clUKb nuvmprip-r
folding machine 4-6-8-10 or it
pages folded at once up 10 u f u IV
sized 7 column paper. Cheap t
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salens
FOR SALE Fine b or 10-aere tract
Homer H. Smith, room 5, McCor
nack bldg. Phone 96. 8-2tf
FOR SALE Good 7 room house ia
Chemeketa street, close in. $50O
down, balance on monthly pay
ments. Lot 50x150. This Is n
very good buy. See mo at once.
Homer H. Smith, Room 5, Mc
Cornack Bldg. Phone 96.
WANTED Your produce: Eggs,
poultry, pork and veal at the high
est cash price. T. M. Jones antt
Son, Commission Merchants, at
Farmers' Feed Barn. Phone
Main' 430. 9-28-tf
NEAT FURNISHED ROOM Elec
475 South Commercial street.
FOR SALE CHEAP Seven-room
dwelling to be moved off property.
Act quickly. Enquire Spauldlng
Logging Co., foot Ferry St. Phono
NEAT FURNISHED" ROOMS Elec
tric light, bath, $1.25 a week, 475
South Commercial street.
WANTED A woman for genorul
housework In family of thro.
Apply at once at 174G S. Liberty
St. Or phone Main 18G2.
-Young "Jersey cows,
H. Bluudell. Phone
GREAT SCARCITY OF TELEG
RAPHERS! The railroads an 1
wireless companies of America ar
short full 10,000 telegraphers.
Wo can qualify young men and la
dles In a few months and place
them at $70 to $90 per montft
for beginners. Tuition can be de
posited until, position Is secured.
Operating six schools under direct
supervision of Railway and Wire
less Telegraph officials. Maln-lina
wires and Wireless stations in
each school. Write for catalogue
to nearest Institute. National
Telegraph Institute, Cinclnnatti,
Philadelphia, Memphis, Columbia,
S. C, Davenport, la., Portland,
It is in tlmo of suddon mishap or
Occident that Chamberlain's Llnl-
raont can be relied upon to take the
placo of the family doctor, who oNn
not always be found at the moment.
Thotwit la. that Chamberlain's Llnl-
mant is never found wanting. In
casea of spraln. ruts, wounds and
brulsoa ClmmWrlatn'a T 'nlm nr Tnk.i
oet lh nnri'iio- mm dim,. nU
Every dollar you place in your Savings Account
aids you to climb higher pn tho road lp success.
1.00 'will ntlAn fan nnnmtrt I ..,111 1. - n 11
j ... ..Nvtyuui, win uv W UltH
. fthrt, but a good beginning.
Hvory tlollalar you odd to your savings, widens
and strengthens your flnnuclal foundations.
SKvq part of your income regularly. We paji
four per cent Interest on bavlngs.
LEARN WIRELESS & R. R. TEL-
egraphy! Shortage of fully 10,
000 bperators on account of
S-hour law and extensive "wire
less" developments. We operate)
under direct supervision of Tele
graph officials and positively placa
all students, when qualified.
Write for catalog. National Tele
graph Institute, Cinclnnatti, Phtl-adelphla.-Memphls,
Columbia, S. C Portland, Oro.
Cottage Undertaking Parlors
modern In every detail. Lady assist
ant. Cor. Cottage and Chemeketa.
MONEY TO LOAN
TWOS. K. frORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank. Salem, fV.
Norw ch Union
Fran Meredith, resident Agent
Room i Bush Bnnk Blk. flnlom.
West Salem Transfer!
( SAVM6S DEPARTMENT. )
JUDGING 11Y APPEARANCES
Of course everybody does that. an.
Laundry Work can't be ludged an
other way. Everything Bubjeoieo
ear artlatla treatment con.ua eut
clean as a poll&acd oar face, a clef
aa crystal and as bright as a sun
mer'a day. ArtlcUe washed Bropc
ly latit twice as long and look twei
ty times better than wnAr b
laundrled. Wo make obeap :
masquerade for son iu.ak j.uei
SAT-RM liI'Mim '
Phonr" 8' 1"-1'h ,,. i h. -
Connects wjth all trains at
West Salem for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Leaves Journal office for
West Salem at 8:40 a. m.,
12 m., 1:10 p. m. and 4.00 p.
m. every day except Sunday.
Also for Independence, Mon
mouth and MoMlnnvllle.
Leaves 8unday at 8:00 a.
m., 1:00 p. m., and 5:15 p. m.
Calls at hotels on requusi.
Telephone or leave orders nt
Capital Journal olfire any day
but Sunday. Phone 32.
J. B. Underwood. Mqr.