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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910.
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INCREASED PAY FOR
Genius Seen In
CHICAGO BAXK ROI1HKD.
Chicago, Dec. 2. Kour bandits hcl;l
op the Twelfth Strt'ot state bunk and
escaped with $20,000. of which $15.
000 was In Liberty ftonds. One of the
Bandits is believed to have been hot
bv Joseph AV. Vlscain. cashier of the
Gertin of Pilot Rock has hanVt - B8 ESZa
Snoknn. Wn. Dec. 2. With the
t'.uarctians of Liberty, an hnti-CalhO'
lie society, actively working to put
two candidates into office, and with
half of the city bitterly fighting them.
voters go to the polls here today to
- elect two school board members and
adopt or reject a proposal to raise
teachers pay. ...
Charges that the Guardians hope
ly electing two certain candidates, to
control th board and oust all pro
Catholic school employes, have been
That the Guardians are actively in
he fight was proved Sunday when
they appeared at churches and passed
John G. Rogers and John C. Larue,
present members of the school board,
whose names have been coupled with
the Guardians of Liberty, have denied
that they are in any conspiracy to
onst pro-Catholic employes.
PAIR, BELIEVED IN
AS WOMAN'S SLAYERS
Lawton, Mich., Dec. 1. Police to
day sought Mrs. Lester Tabor and her
son Walter, last reported "somewhere
in Oregon", following the finding of
the body of Miss Maud Tabor in a
trunk in the basement of the Tabor
The body was found by Mrs. Flor
ence Tabor Critchlow, formerly of
San Francisco, a sister of the dead
woman. Authorities said the body had
evidently been in the trunk for at
least three years.
Hiss Tabor, a graduate of the Uni
versity of Michigan and a teacher of
languages, disappeared about three
years ago, shortly after the death of
her father, a" prominent lawyer of
Police said that following the wom
an's disappearance, her brother Wal
ter declared she died on a ranch out
west where she had gone for her
health. . "
Authorities said Miss Tabor had a
sweetheart here at the time of her
disappearance. Examination of the,
body disclosed the woman was about
to become a mother, furnishing a mo
tive for the crime. Miss Tabor was 46
years of age when she disappeared.
L MEETING OF
TEACHERS BIG EVENT
The forth coming session of the state
teachers association to be held in Port
land, December 2!), 30 and 31, promises
to be .!( most important in the history
of tli6 organization, according to J. A
Chun-hill, state superintendent of in
fill lit lion. '
Delegates from every county in the
state and from every teachers' organ -wmn
are expected to attend, the en
rollment of teachers -already exceed
ing thai of auv revfous year. In most
t tile Knuitie-? wherein institutes 'lave
Keen lit-lrf this year 10 ft per cent of the
toachors nave joined t!:e state associa
tion. iV r. Churchill Mtat?.
II. '.. Wilson, city s;;pei nteivler.t of
Berkeley, Cal., with a national reputa
tion as an educator and .the author o.
several well known educational works
lias been secured as one of the num
bers of what promises to be a most in -
UredJng thrc-t-day program.
Sau Francisco, Dec. 2. (United
Press. ) The xlecrepit actor and the
down and out genius will stage a
most remarkable comeback if the in
terstitial glands operation
available to the public. Dr. Victor O.
Vecki declared today in an address be-1
fore the Western Arts association. I
The saying 'an old actor is an old
fceggaj' will not apply," said Dr.
Vecki, "for genius will be restored in
full measure. The stiffened fingers of
the aged pianist will be made flexible
and cracked voice of the tragedian of
former days will become resonant."
Dr. Vecki held out hope to the man
of artisfic temperament who has never
become a genius through lack of exe
The so-called interstitial glanas
operation," he said, "will supply the
missing qualities of force and power
in many instances. It will be a great
boom to genius."
Dr. Vecki is a personal friend of
Dr. Frank G. Lydston of Chicago who
originated the operation. He has been
associated with Dr. L. L. Stanley at
San Quentin prison in the hitter's gland
operations on criminal He declareu
the gland operation is "definitely past
the experimental stage and is a great
filed applicat.on with the state engi
neer's office for permission to appro
priate wate;' irom Stanley creek for ir.
rigation purposes. Isidore Girand of
becomes Anirews nas applied for the appro-
priauuii vi water xiuhu..-i !iims ur
irrigation of 150 acres aiul O. W. Allen
of Portland has asked for permission
to appropriate water from Mill creek
In Marion county -for irrigation and
PAN MOTOR OFFICIAL
IS HELD JOR PERJURY
Chicago, Dec, 2. H. S. Wigle, Spok
ane, Wash,, director and former vice
president of the Pan Motor company,
was Monday held to the grand jury
under $20,000 bonds in charges of
perjury by Judge K. M. Landis in th
trial of Pan Motor company officials
This action followed Wigle's state
ment under cross-examination today
that he purchased three shares nf
stock for $15. He had previously tes
tified that he paid $30 for the stock
and the subscription blank bore out
this statement. Judge Landis then took
tne cross-examination in his own
hands and had the court reporter read
the questions and answers in Wiirle's
The judge ordered the jury from
the room. '
"1 have never heard such an unwar
ranted exhibition of false swearing in
iiiio cuurt, saiu the luclere.
The United States marshal was or
dered to take Wigle into custody but
not in the presence bf the Pan jury.
a few cents you can save your
hair and jlo--'e its beauty
"always fresh" .
(or the acid-distressed stomach,
tiy tw or three
after meals, &olyed on the
tongue keep ycur stomach
sweet try Kl-melds the new
aid to digestion.
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Safe for the little ones, too. An
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from your druggist today. That's ths
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iNew Treatment mat
, Knocks Rheumatism
t INCORPORATIONS. J
The Jones-McCord Hardware com
pany, of Parker, capitalized at $50,000,
filed articles of incorporation with the
corporation department here Monday
The incorporators are N. N. Elliott,
Floyl T. Jones, H. G. McCord and S.
O. Correll. .
Articles were also filed by the Dallas
Machine & Locomotive Works of Dal
las, capitalized at $35,000. Carl F.
Gerlinger, R. L. Chapman and W, G.
Vassal! are the incorporators.
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
liy th- Allen Shoe company of Ontario.
Finds Something To
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"I tried everything that I heard of
for the stomach and bowel trouble
and bloating, but got no permanent
help until I struck Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy, and that did the business.
My son in Canada has also taken it
and writes it has done him a lot of
Rood. ' It is a simple, harmless prep
aration that removes the catarrhal
mucus from the intestinal tract and
allays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
testinal ailments, including appendi
citis. One dose will convince or mon
ey refunded. J. C. Perry and drug
gists everywhere. ' (Adv)
Gut This Out
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f hauling and will take con
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other work you have.
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Up in Syracuse, N. Y.. a treatment
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ing all the poisonous clogging waste
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ness, swelling, just seem to melt away
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The treatment first introduced by
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j wants everybody that suffers from
rheumatism 09 who has a friend so
afflicted, to get a frej 75c package
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For a Few Cents You Can Servo This
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The safest way to free the bowels
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digest properly and cause the .breath
to be always sweet is to take Dr. Car
ter's K. & B. Tea every other night.
Take it till your bowels are in per
fect condition, till your eyes sparkle
with health and your skin grows clear
It's an old fashioned vegetable rem
edy that you brew right in your own
home, and while you're getting purer
blood and better health, don't forget
that there is nothing you can give the
cross, fretful child that will do it
more good. (Adv)
IS THE NEXT QUESTION OF IMPORTANCE TO BE ANSWERED.YOUR
LIST WILL SOON BE MADE OUT AND THIS YEAR MORE THAN EVER
PRACTICAL GIFTS ARE
Mother, Wife, Sisters, or Sweetheart likes pretty things and better, too, if
at the same time they are sensible and useful.
This store is now in order for the Christmas trade and we suggest immed
iate shopping while the stocks are complete.
The remaining 20'days before Christmas will soon pass and in the last few
days those final purchases will cause worry. Wherever you shop shop early!
READY TO WEAR AND READY TO USE
WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN,
1. $. BWlnj fin.
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
soft, glossy and twice as beautiful and
THE BREAD FOR ALL
Made by the best bakers; baked by electricity. Clean
--PureWholesome. It has a taste that makes you
want more. That's why everyone buys it.
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BREAD
457 State Street
A Few Choice Patterns of
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED TWEEDS
Which we are making up in suits for
59 and $55
Made by skilled union tailors in our own workrooms.
First class linings and trimmings throughout.
ONLY A FEW PATTERNS
They Won't Last Long
D. H MOSHER
. High Grade Ladies' and Men's Tailor
1 474 Court Street '
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Our First Christmas
BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS EARLY, WITHOUT DELAY. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY AND YOII WILL
BE ABLE TO GET IT IUDE EOK .CHRISTMAS. OUR PRICES ARE FARMLOTV PREENTVIIOL&
SALE PRICES, AND THE QUALITY IS THE VERY BEST
Silk plush, 48-in. width, value $9.48; sale, yd ..,$6.98 Silk velvet all colors 48 i wiHft v9i,ia 5 49
Broadcloth, 48-in. width, value $6.78; sale, yd....$4.98 Sale : ' .$3.98
Velveteen, all colors, value $2.28; sale price. $1.39
EVERYTHING IN 1 WEEK, TEaALLY FOR XMAS. -THE BEST
' Society. nwMu, i lucfcb Tb any church or Sunday School or
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