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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. RALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1010.
We wish every Mao and Woman in SaSern and
vicloif' vvouldtcomeand see these extra specials
offer eel doring thic sale. Then everyone would
realize that no one else would offer such values
Great Autum Sale of New
1 fie values .'" 11c.
i:c values ' 9c
10c values 8c
S- values OB
Extra special v. 4c
Great Autum Sale of Wool
en Knit Scarfs
$2.00 values $1.49
1.25 values 99c
90c values ' 79c
7Rc values 49c
35c values 29c
Great Autum Sale of New
$1.50 values '. ?110
$1.25 values r 99c
!)0c values 79c
00c values 49c
35c values -29c
Great Autum Sale of New
Outing flannel nightgowns
C0c values 49c
$1.00 values 83c
$1.50 values $1.14
$1.76 values $!-39
Children's Dress Goods in Plaids, Serges, Etc.
16 2-3c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 45c, 50c and up
See the Beautiful Serges and Chevoits at 65c per yard
Great Autum Sale of New
fancy Pillow Tops. Many
$1.00 values 69c
75c values 59c
50c values N 36c
30c values ' 21c
25e values 1,7c
500 yards black dress goods, values to $1.50
Embroidered tailored collars 14c each.
Great Autum Sale of New 1
$1.25 Persian and black 88c
Extra special, per yard 49c
35c Sec6 silk, per yard 29c
50c and 75c colored table linens, 35c per yard.
Velveteens, values to $1.25, now 24c.
Great Autum Sale of La
dies' Fleeced Lined Vests
THEY MOVED TIIK BUILDING DE
SPITE BEING REFUSED A PER
MIT, AND NOW IT IS VP TO
TIIK COUNCIL AVHOSE MOVE
IT IS NEXT.
"We'ro horo because? we'ro hero
because we'ro here", etc.
Chorus sung by T. a. Bllgh, Mey
er & Dolle, et al,' when asked how It
happertod that tholr wooden struc
ture which formerly occupied a
frontage on Stnte street now hap
pons to occupy a frontage on Llborty
street In the same-block, notwith
standing the refusal of tho city coun
cil nt the last session to grant per
mission for the potltlonod transfor
of sites of the structures.
The building has been moved
and unless the city council brings
suit to condemn and havo the build
inn removed and is successful In its
Bult, it bids fair to remain ther'o un
til It rots or is torn down to give
place to a mor substantial struc
ture upon tho property of the Veranl
estato, at tho corner of State and
It was a grand coup upon the part
of the owners of tho building and
the petitioners for permission for its
removal to get tho building around
to Its present site regardless and in
spite of the council's refusal to per
mit tho transfer of locations for the
building and- it now seems that it is
ud to tho city council to prove that
it was unlawful for the owners and
occupants of the building to move It.
There will evidently be "moving
pictures" at the next meeting of the
cr a c o:. ""vo filmic? AQ
These- Capes are Red and Blue, with hoods lined with
Proifv Plaids. Sale Price . . . ' . $3.'49
Remnants at 1-2 of 1-2 or 1-4 ofjthe regular
price per yard; marked on tho bolt. This
means a great loss to us, but Is youSr gain.
Ladles' sweaters, drummers' samples, 33 1-3
per cent less.
$1.00 white wash waists, 44c.
45c wide corset cover embroidery 19c.
35c jabots, 15c.
25c new mesh veiling, 12 c.
on Ladie's or
(Continues from pago 1.)
H M H t M t M H t M M M M t
GAVE HANDSOME COMPLIMENT
ARY VOTE TO 'MANY ANTI-ASSEMBLY
GETTING THE DEMOCRATIC
'ino jjemocruuu awuio,
hysician. She drove over , Blatlve tlcket folIoWB
yesterday wiui uer nus- S(ato 0fflcers.
ji m mm am ..jm am msr i
rived. Bacon was taken to tho hos
pital. Ho will die
For half an hour nd one had the
courage to tell Mrs. Stone of the ac
cident, and she laughed and chatted
with friends in the grand stand, while
the rescue party carried the body of
her crushed and mangled husband
from the gully to a hospital
When the news finally reached her
she collapsed, and is now under the
care of a physician
Stone was only 21 years old. He
drove tho big car. in the race raejely
for adventure. He is said to havo
to have received a salary of $250
weekly for his services as manager
for the Columbia Company,
Never In the history of tho race
have there been so many minor In
juries. Spectators stepping too near
the flying cars were knocked down
Men were run over in tho full sight
of tho grand stand, and the speed
maddened crowd cheered as the fly
ing enrs swept onward, paying no
heed to the accidents.
Ono car was destroyed by fire, an
other turned a somersault, after
striking a touring car, and scores of
minor accidents attended tho event.
Conditions at tho course were al
most chaotic. Ambulances hurried
the injured from the scenes, and
drove them to the hospitals.
In many cases the names of tho In
jured and dying were not known to
the hospital authorities who treated
Harold Stone, driver Columbia car.
Ferdinand D'Zlouva, spectator.
Charles Miller, mechanician Chev
William Bacop, mechanican.,-
Unidentified man, struck by car,
thought to have been Pope-Hartford,
driven by Fleming. Man buried un
der car.; both legs sevored; died lat
er at Nassau hospital, Mlneola. Acci
dent occurred on Massapequoa road
Harold Hall, mechanican, body
Martin Levisohn, spectator, both
legs and body crushed. .
Joseph Cook, spectator, skull frac
tured. Thomas Miller, spectator, legs
. . Pottlor, spectator, ribs
AuguBt Gramuttln, chauffour, spec
tator, internally hurt.
William Peterson, spectator, faco
crushed in, skull fracturod.
Louis Chrevo'ot, drivor, Marquette
Mm. Ferdinand D'Zluovn,
The principles ombodled in the di
rect prlni.vy law and those advocat
ed by the anti-assembly wing of the
Republican party In Orogon wat giv
en a strong endorsement, not on'y
by the majority of the Republican
voters of the state at tho recent pri- j
mary nominating election, but bytho
Democratic party which cast an al
most solid vote for the anll-nseembly
Ronubllcan nominees for the legisla
tive and county offlcos tho canvass of
which vote was completed and tho
results announced by the canvnslng
board lato yesterday.
Dr. W. S. Mott and Charles u.
Dick, both of this city, wero given
tho nomination for state senators on
the Democratic ticket but the most
notable feature of tho returns Is
that, of tho five Democratic candi
dates for election to tho legislature,
A. C. Llbbey, of Jefferson, tho ue-
nnhltnrtn o nf l.neanmhl V TinmltlPfV VG-
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ceiled tho highest complimentary
vote; George w. Jonnson, nnu-as-sembly
Republican nominee, is sec
and; Henry Downing, Democrat, of
the Waldo hills nelghborhood,thlrd;
and Sherman Swank and A. G. Steel-
hammer, of Sublimity and Silverton,
respectively, and both Republican
anti-assembly nominees, are given
tho Democratic nomination with a
highly complimentary vote.
M. L. Balwin. of thiB city, was
erven the Demdcratlc nomination
lor county clerk with 49 votes, but
County Clerk Allen, the Republican
nominee, ran him a close second
with 31 votes and there Is not much
evidence of a contest there. Eugene
Aufrance, tho anti-assembly Repub
lican 'nominee for county recorder,
received 15 Democratic votes as
against 23 for A. M. Dalrymple, the
Democratic candidate. Like compn
mentnry treatment at tho hands of
the Democratic brethren In the
county. Including Sheriff Mlnto,
County Treasurer J. G. Moord and
Tho Democratic state, county and
-, ho rt ..t st
August geebaek, spectator, eut.
Edward H, Brown, spectator, hip
1 rllslof -it ml.
Carnell Ree, spectator, broken leg
Fhc women In ear struck by
inevolet,' injuries unknown.
Five passengers In D'Hlueva auto,
Thounands saw the 31 racer en-
BROWN of ' 'm
Thero la an Increasing demand for better sjioes. That Is per-
t $ctly natural. The best Is alwnys tho cheapest; but tho hlgheat
priced are not always tho host Our cash plan gives you the bone
fit of longer wear for less monoy.
The.ro Is a big lot ot durability in our Blue Ribbon Shoes for I
Boys and Girls. Thoy look neat and dressy", too. All we ask Is
that you try a pair now, at- a time ot ho year when they are giv
en tho most severe test. The children ask for Buster Brown
shoes until they are grown up and can no longer get thenu We
have them la Box Calf and Gun Metal excellent leathers for
' school wear In lace or button; also in kid and patent leathers
t for those, who prefer something lighter and dressier.
The kind ot advertising that pays cannot be had for a song.
Wo do the kind that pays. Our work la tho best and prices uni
form. If you havo not glvon Tho Journal a- trial it will pay
you to do so. Wo always aim to please. "
:: ' 'Dally Capital Journal
For governor Meyers, 84; West,
Representative in congress
Smith, 34; Mulkey, 31.
Secertary of state Oliver, 552.
Justices supreme court Slater,
582; King, 588.
State treasurer Kay, 50.
' attorney-general Crawford, 3 0.
Superintendent of public instruc
tion Turner, 8.
Stato printer Godfrey, 487; Tay
Labor commissioner Hoff, 9; O
Railroad commissioner,- McLaln,
331; Strain, 203.
Stato engineer Lewis, 2G.
Superintendent water division
Circuit Judge Bayne, 553; Gallo
Stato senators Charles L. Dick,
Dr. W. S. Mott.
Representatives in legislature A.
C, Llbbey, G. W. Johnson, W. II.
Downing, Sherman Swank, A. G.
Other County Ofllces.
Clerk M. L. Baldwin,
Sheriff Harry P. Mlnto.
Recorder A. M. Dalrymple.
Treasurer J. G. Moore.
Commissioner E. W. Powers.
Surveyor B. B. Herrick, Jr,
Coroner A. M. Clough.
'It Bents All."
This Is quoted from a letter of M.
Stockwoll, Hannibal, Mo. "I recently
usod Foley's Honey and Tar for tho
first time. To say I am pleased does
not half express my feelings. It
boats all tho remedies I ever used. I
had contracted a bad cold and was
nearly sick in bed, having a terrible
headache and cough and was threat
ened with pnoumonla. Tho first doses
gave groat roliof and ono bottlo com
pletely cured me. I shall always
recommond Foley's Honey and Tar."
Red Cross Pharmacy (H. Jcrraan)
tered for tho Vnndorbllt cup start at
daybreak today. Rain threatened to
Intorfore with the race, but at 5:45
tha drlvors wero aont away bofore u
leg I crowd of tremendous propoitlons. It
wax eatlmuted that halt a million
t.iq- .nulntnn I n t or n nil V I Bect t OPB l I HBtl tll8 COlirae. ThOll-
. I J . i UllVt t Bvi'." . -- j w ----- ,
sands of autoa and soorec of special
trains earrled many enthusiasts.
The ratiklaaa chances taken by the
drivers draw an Immense throng, it
Is mtluiautt that 30.000 autoe lined
the course. In spite or the effort ot
the Pinkertons and the deputies who
patrolled the course, thousands gath
ered at the corners, where the Jcreat
est danger was and many aiw tha
c!'(utH thut marre-J tin ra-es.
DO NOT OVERLOOK THE FOLLOWING:
WELL IMPROVED FARM OF 235 ACRES, 227 ACRES Itf
CULTIVATION, GOOD BUILDINGS, NEAR TOAVN, FOR .$00 PER
118 ACRES OF FINE SOIL NEAR MT. ANGEL COLLEGE IN
GERMAN-OATnOLIC . SETTLEMENT; 80 ACRES IN CULTIVA
TION, 10 ACRES nOPS, BUILDINGS WORTH 85,000, FOR $125
PER ACRE. PLACE CAN ME DIVIDED INTO THREE FARMS.
50 ACRES ALL IN CULTIVATION, NEW BUILDINGS, NEAR
TOWN, FOR JfilOO PER ACRE, ON VERY EASY TERJIS.
15 ACRES OF FINE LAND, 13 ACRES IN CULTIVATION.
NEAR RLIOADAM ROAD, IN THE PRUNE BELT, GOOD BUILD
INGS AND FAMILY ORCHARD, FOR 82,300 ON EASY TERMS.
10 ACRES OF FINE LAND ON ROOK ROAD, MOST ALL IN
BEARING ORCHARD, GOOD BUILDINGS, FOR 81,750, ON EABY
A FINE 100 ACRE FARM FOR 835 PER ACRE.
A SPLENDID WELL IMPROVED FARM FOR 855 PER ACRE.
AVE HAVE SEVERAL SMALL TRACTS, FROM 5 ACRES UP.
JUST OUTSIDE THE CITY, WITH RUNNING WATER AND
SPRINGS, FOR SMALL PAYMENT DOWN, REMAINDER ON
LONGTIME. i , , IJ, ji.&M
SEE OUR SELECT LIST OF GOOD DWELLINGS AND VA
CANT LOTS. . '
AVE HAVE A NUMBER OF DAVELLING8 AND A'ACANT LOTS
IN SALEM TO TRADE WU SMALL TRACTS IN THE COUNTRY.
A GOOD HARD FINISH 5-ROOM HOUSE ON COUR.T STREET
FOR 82,000 ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF 820.
Phone 1 552 Over Chicago Store