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T11E CAPITAL JOt'KNAL
Mil l!l B!SBEE
SUICIDE BY SHOOTING
Tombstone, Aris., Mar. 4. C. F.
Lurnett, a Juryman n the trial of
Harry E. Wootton. charged with kid
naping In connection with the BIsftee
deportations, shot and killed himself
at-his ranch nine miles northeast of
Courtland last night, according to in
formation reaching the county attor
ney's office today.
Burnett was a Juror until Tuesday,
when he appeared before Judge Sam
uel L. Pattee and attorneys for bota
sides and said he had a "confession"
to make. He said he had expressed
pinions to his brother concerning the
right or wrong of the deportation
striking copper miners and their sym
pathizers from BIsbee, but that when
be was examined and passed as a Jur
or these conversations were forgotten.
Burnett left Tombstone last night
for his ranch. It was reported that
almost immediately after his arrival
home Burnett took out a pistol and
shot himself in the head.
At the county attorney's office here
it was believed Burnett was temporar
POLAND DF.MAKDI.VG PEACE
PARLEY BCT NO ARMISTICE
Warsaw, Mar. 3. Demands that the
Russian bolshevik! enter into peace
negotiations without agreeing to an
armistice are embodied In the latest
propoals made to the soviet govern
meat Dy roianu. it is contended t
the Poles that If an armistice Is agreed
to, the bolshevik! will take advantage!
of the time to concentrate troops and'
reinforce various points along the I
front where they are unable now to
FLIGHT AGALV POSTPONED
Seattle, Wash., Mar. S. Rain in
Washington and reports of storms in
the Siskiyou mountains of northern
California today again caused Major
A. D. Smith, army aviator, to postpone
his attempt to make a one day flight
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A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Vroid Imitation! and Substitute
270 N. Com'I. St., 1:30 p. m.
Furniture, Ranges, Heaters,
Canned Fruit, Kitchen Utensils,
Dishes, Tools, etc.
Harness Cream Separator
B Ancona Hens.
"(Jo Where the Crowds Go Buy
Where Von liny tlm ClieniR'st''
HE ON TIME 1:30 P. M.
Phone 510 or CI 1
PRIVATE BALES DAlLf. ''
'Just Yellow Mustard
For Backache, Lumbago
, Urandmother s old muaay mustard
plaster or poultice generally brought
relief alright tven
in the severest
cases, but it burn
ed and blistered
'Heat eases pain'
reduces the In
flammation a nd
scatters e o nges-
tion but you'll
find that while
Beer's Mustarlne, made, of true yel
low mustard and other pain destroy
ers is Just as hot as the old fashion
ed plaster It is much quicker, cleaner
and more effective and cannot blis
It's a great external remedy Just
rub It on wherever aches, pains, In
flammation, congestion or swelling
exists and In a very few minutes the
relief you have longed for surely ar
rives because "Heat eases pain." 30
es pain." 30 and 60 cents at druggists
or by mall S. C. Wells & Co., LeRoy,
If you are one of the people who
eat our bread, we know you will
igree with us that there is hap
piness baked in every loaf of our
bread. The bright sunshine and
gentle rain that ripens the
wheat comes browned -to your
liking in our bread.
The Peerless Bakery
, Philip Winters, Prop.
170 N. Com'I t. ' Phone'247
from Canio Lewis. Taconti, to San
Diego, Cal. llajor Smith said he hoped
to get away on the very first dar ot
Easton, Mr., Mar. t. Right Rev.
HAVE EXPERT PLATE MAX
With S3 years experience, with
me la my dental office
PR, D. X. BEECHLER
Stt V. S. Bank Bldff.
Forbes Adams, bishop of the Pro
testant Episcopal diocese of Easton.
died at his home here today. Bishop
Adams was 87 years oia.
When Your Hair
There ts only one thing to do that
win neip you retain your youthful an-
perrance bring back the original
color and luster of every gray hair
Co-Lo Hair Restorer
A scientific process, discovered hv
r-roi. jonn . Austin, facteriologist,
hair and scalp specialist of Chicne-n
for developing the natural color of
me nair in a similar manner to that
or developing the photographic nega
live, it is positively the only satis
factory and lasting treatment for
restoring color to the hair In a mild
Co-Lo Hair Restorer is absolutely
harmless and will not injure either
tne nairjor scalp; is not a dye; con
tains no lead or sulphur; will not
wash or rub off; has no sediment, and
Is as clear as water a nleasine and
simple remedy to apply.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer comes In
Aft for Bluck nnd All Dnrlr kkiwIob
of Brown, ,
Extra Strong, for Jet' lllaek
A for All Medium Brown Shades.
A9 for All Very Llcht Bi OW1I
Drub and Auburn Similes.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer on sale at
Perry's Drug Store.
FORD TRCCK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RCNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
71 Conrt Street Phone tit
HOME OF THE YICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
340 Court Street
254 North Commercial
Also Junk of All Kinds
, Best Prices Guaranteed
Capital Junk Co.
' The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 399
l Just R
A large shipment of Silk Poplins, Pongee, Voiles, Jap
anese Imported Crepes, Devonshire Chambrays, Ginghams
We would like you to come in and see them for we
know that you will agree with us when we say that it is the
highest grade merchandise ever shown ; and more than that
the prices are reasonable.
We are proud of our Millinery Department. We have
the finest grade and the latest designs. We make and trim
hats to fit your taste. Our made hats are meeting with the
approval of hundreds of Salem Ladies. Come in and choose
SPECIAL FOR 10 DAYS.
Beginning Saturday, March 6 and until Tuesdav March
16 (inclusive) we offer our entire stock of high grade
ftluminumware at ONE-FOURTH OFF including, tea kettles
preserving kettles, combination cookers, peculators', tea
pots, etc. This is your opportunity to supply your kitchen
needs at a very low price.
Now is VOlir chanop tn hiiv thnf T'mVivollo W-
large assortment ranging in prices from $1.45 to $5.25. They
are all of excellent materials and are selling elsewhere at
from $2.50 to $10.00.
MATCHES, 5c T&LET PAPER 5c
16 BARS WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, 95c
BROOM, 55c , ' "
You will find after your first visit that your dollar will go
farther at the
Salem Variety Store
152 N. Commercial Street
Pure Lardy No. 5 pail :..$1.20
Pure rendered beef suet, No. 5 pail ..80c
Dry salt pork for seasoning, per W....T8c
Smoked fat backs, per lb ......20c
Sausage and Liberty steak, per lb....20c
Best creamery butter, per lb 65c
Nuccoa and Troco nut butter, lb 35c
rA Ml line of Fish and Smoked Fish,
Clams, Crabs, Finnan Haddies, Etc.
THE INDEPENDENT MARKET
ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES
351 State Street
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
. Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 & 12th St. Salem, Or.
FOR LONG DISTANCE
WE ALSO DO LOCAL
L. M. HUM
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cure
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
153 South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Fhone 283
R0STE1N i QE
The best Millinery Department in Salem
The best Assortment of Merchandise.
The best of Quality. '
The best of Service.
The best Values in this city.
fVme nrl vJcif iM i . .
iuu ucparirnenr. in . s
I - -.. 1. 11 1 mn. !
t be surprised at the High Grade Mill ... 10ai
. When you think of MiUinery be sure and 2H
NICE HATS AT
$6, $7. $8,J9
240-246 COMMERCIAL STREEJ
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING
500 PAIRS OF
TO BE CLOSED OUT FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY hi
Men's Shoes are Florsheim, Farbush and Excelsior Shod
--The Highest Grade Shoes that are Produced
Original price of these shoes was $10, $12 and $13, including both brown and black
and calf high grade shoes
Women's shoes, the very latest models in kid and calf, brown and black, both cloth top
and all leather models. We will also include in this lot almost two hundred pairs of 0
spring oxfords in low and high heels, brown and black kid, reg. $10 values go at P
Come in now and get a pair as there is not apair in the lot that is not a remarks
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