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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OBEOON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB 8, 1904.
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Are Youvyatcwng lnis Comet?
in mis spaco last nigm wo told you or intended to tell, you of tho ; ;
uso of OEEAMAPIiE and hpw easy It wns to make your frosting for
.w.u. ..j..- ..v. ,,a 1Uf uuv vuo alu muu ses up v mo worn
"pastry" instead of "frosting," and wo fear the- idea of the'real ',
usefulness of OREAMAPLE was lost. If you want something really '
FULLER & DOUGLAS,
t 142 State Street. SALEM'S LEADING OIIOOEES. Phone 22R1
Exclusive Agents for Harelwood Butter, Ohaso & Sanborn's Coffees
and Teas, Ehmann Olivo Oil.
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INJURED AT SILVERTON
Silverton, Nov. 8. E. B. Bilycu, a
(."brakeman on the Woodburn-Nntron
branch of tho Southern Pacific, was so-
triously, and perhaps fatally injured at
Hhis city this afternoon about 12:20
'o'clock, ns tho train was leaving for
Mr. Bilyeu was standing on the plat-
1 form of a passenger coach, waving
1 good-byo to his wifo and two children,
iond leaned too far away from tho car.
iAs the train crossed Silver creek
bridgo ho was struck on tho head bv
a timber, and knocked from tho car,
falling in tho creek, a distance of 20
Ho was picked tip in an unconscious
condition nnd taken to his homo whoro
Dr. Brooks was called, and ho pro
nounced tho injuries very serious.
The injured man has been in tho em
ploy of the roalroad for n number of
years, and was always careful nbout
Danville, 111., Nov. 8. In a collision
"between a work train and n coal train
and a coal train ou tho Chicago &
lnstcrn Illinois railroad today two
wero killed, nnd 27 injured, nil la-
."borers in tho employ of tho railroad
Do very for Boosevelt.
New York, Nov. 8. The Herald
-quotes "Big Bill" Dcvery, ox-chief of
police of New York, as saying:
I shall certainly olo for Kucmuvelt,
And maDy Deveryites will do tho same.
F; j. ueuevo in jiuusuveu. no is 1111 iu
.the good; that's why I go out and cast
my first Republican voto today.
I Ftesh Today I
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A FULL LINE OF
154 State St. Phone 1971
Baker City, Nov. 8. C. A. Johns was
elected mayor of Baker City yesterday
by 370 majority vover P. M. Saxton. It
was 0110 of the most exciting city elec
tions ever hchl in this city. In all
32S2 votes wore polled. Johns carried
eery ward in tho city.
While neither enndidnto espoused tho
cause of prohibition, tho voters made
the issue 0110 of an open or closed
town. Tho open-town sentiment won al
though Mr. Johns positively declined
to run on an open-town platform.
Fathtr Was Drunk.
Oregon City, Or., Nov. 8. Alleging
threats of intimidation and efforts on
tho part of four of his children, who
are mimed ns tho defendants in n suit
filed today, John Onffnoy, Sr., ac
cused his own children with seeking
to defraud him of his tltlo to nbout
70 acres of valuablo agricultural land
and personal property of tho combined
value of about $14,000. Plaintiff al
leges that he was mado drunk by his
" I children in December Inst nnd induced
to sign certain legal pnpors by which
! ! t ttio title of tho lauds involved woro
', 1 1 transferred to tho defendants. Ho
nsKs lor ft nocreo 01 1110 conn soiling
Houston, Texas, Nor. 8. As n re
sult of the burning of tho Silver Queen
hotel, in tho Sour Lake oil field todiy,
four persons were burned to death, nnd
two fatally injured. Tho dead are: C.
E. Lewis, Los Hamilton, and John
Smith and wife. Tho origin of tho flro
(Continued from first page.)
reports from many places show minor
clashes at tho polls, where prohibition
is the main issue. No votes, however,
nro being given Swallow, the Prlhl
bitlon party nominee for President.
Portland, Or., Nov. 8. Reports this
morning from oyer nearly, tho entlro
state show a decidedly light voto and
great apathy. It is a foregone con
elusion that there will bo an insur
mountable Republican majority. The
21 counties whero tho prohibition is
suo Is being voted on are showing
Portlnnd, Or., Nov. 8. Reports from
all sections of the stnto show clear
weather in Eastern Oregon, with
cloudy and occasional showers in tho
western part of tho state. The voting
Tho Salem State Bank to Eo Read?
for Business This Week.
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J White House
I Restaurant .
I George Bros. Props.
aside the deeds by which tho land was
Is there anything better than
trade between friends?
Schilling's best makes
friends and trade.
Youv grocer's; money back.
The Ffrst Cold Blast
SWEEPnm DOWN FROM THE NORTH REMINDS YOU OF
We have an overcoat waiting for you
It's ready to move into at a moment's
notice. Out assortment includes fall
backed, broad shouldered sacks, medi
um length and the belt coats
The most sorvtcabjo gnrmont for nil
seasons spring, summer, fall and win
ter for any weather, wet or dry, is tho
raincoat. Got ono nnd it will only bo
n short time until you wilt argue on
our eldo that tlioy nre indtsponsable.
Raincoats nro garments of doublo pur
pose. Thoy answer for nn overcoat
nnd an umbrella. No odor, no rubbor.
1 a isfSs
As has been announced sovernl times
in these columns, Salem is to havo n
new bank. It will be known ns tho
Salem State Hank, and ill opon in
tho rpom ndjotning tho Red Corner
drug storo Thursday, November 10th.
They havo been busy tho past month
remodeling, rcnovntiug nnd decorating
their room. They now havo their fur
nlturo nearly nil in place, and will be
renilv for businoa ns above Btatod.
Col. Ij. K. Page, president of tho new
bank, nnd E. W. Hazard, cashier, will
bo glad to see t hoi r friends nnd trans
net business for them in their lino,. us!
soon ns opened. They have put in mod-
Lsirn flroprnot vaults mm n nurginr-
proof safe, second to none iu use by
establishments of this character. Their
counters wore mnilo by tho Urown &
Lehman sash nnd door factory, of this
city, and nro 11 credit to tho concern.
Tho old awnings hnvo been takon down
from tho building, nnd the front will
bo put iu uoderu shape ut nn early
Salem business people nro glad to
welcome this now concern in our
midst, ns it In strlotlj home instltutlpn,
and is mndo up of some of the best
STOP I Whon you got diroctly in front
of our storo, stop. After you stqp,
cotno in. Wo do want a monrnnt of
your timo. Wo must show you our
$12.50 and $ J 5.00 Stilts
Then wo wnnt you to see tho finest dis
play of men's toggery, including hats,
you over feasted your eyes upon. Don't
tnko long to tnko a goncrnl look nt tho
new things. Wo won't say "buy ono."
WIon you buy n suit, overcoat or rain
coat hero you need not bo afaid of
comparing notes with anybody, cithor
iu style, qunllty or prico.
Suits $10 on up to $25. Overcoats $10 on up to $25,
Ealncosts 510 on tip to 25
a w aflflB vtP Jviif Hr
Salem Woolen Mill Stoe,
C. P. BISHOP, Proprietor
Boat for Taft.
Washington, Nov. 8. Tho cruisor
Columbia, having completed Its emilp
iiiont nt New York, hns sailed for Pen
sneola, Via., to await the nrrUitl of
Secretary Taft and party, who are to
make the trip from there to Colon, to
carry the President s messago of punee
nnd gowl will to President Amador and
tho peoplo of Panama.
Big Clothing Sale
The public seems to appreciate oar cut prices on
clothing, judging from the way they bought cloth
ing last week.
Some suits in the odds and ends pile for $4.50 to
$6.00. Overcoats teduced in the same proportion
THE BEE HIVE
Salem's Cheapest One Price Cash Store
GEO. MELSON, Proprietor
John W. Holmnn of this city is
spending tho day iu Aurora on bust
1M Zyoas, head carponter nt tho
nsluin, wont to Albany this morning
Ooornor Chamberlain wont to Port
lnnd last evening and will voto in that
W. N. Ontons tho governor's prlvato
secretary wont to Portland this morn
ing to vote.
John Holmnn, superintendent of tho
Albnny Iron Works Is in tho city to-.
day on business.
Judge llurnntt wont to Marion on
busincMM this morning nnd will go on
to Albany this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Putnnm nnd
baby, of Hull, Iowa, arrived thii morn
ing and will loeato in 8alem.
Dr. J, L. Hill of Albany Is in the
city today to deliver his regular wcokly
lecture nt tho medical college.
Stnto Printer nnd Mrs. J. II. Whit
ney wont to Albany this morning for
n short visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Mabel Baker, of Now York
fity, arrived In this oity this morn
ing and will visit her uncle, Ocucrul
Miw Ooorgie Davenport of Silver
ton who hns bun in the eity tho guest
of Mim Clara Foster returned home
Mrs. W. 0. Prunk awl wn, William,
i left this Morning for Oondsn, Or., where
they will Join Mr. Prunk and make
their future home.
Pr A. A. JHtup, the dentist, for
merly of thin lty awl mw residing In
Iloiso, Idaho, arrived bare this morn-t-g
t"l will xpraid a few das with
Kdgar P. Averlll, ef Ilrawnsvtlln,
Entertained Her Friends.
Tho spacious home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. II. Thielson, ou Capital street, was
the sccno of much gaiety last Baturday
ovoning, whon their daughter, Mils
Lllon, entertained n numbor of liar
Tho rooms wore most beautifully
docorntcd. In tho hall fyius nnd cos
mos wuro usod, and in tho largo door
ways between tho sitting room and
parlor and parlor and hall, wero pot
tiers of autumn lemon. Tho tublo dec
orutd us, which oousistetl of smllnx and
cryHiuitht'iiiuins, were vory artistically
arrnngod. The lighted candles, which
were used, gave it u ory plemiug ap
Among the decorations arranged on
the walls were tho baby photogriphs
of thfHio prtmont, (ibtulnod by tho has
toes unknown to her guests. It Is ed
loes to HHy that this omitted much stir
prise nnd merriment, ami iu the gin
lug cuutont us to who they wi-f, itex
Turner scourod the llfht prize. Anoth
or novel amusement was tho drawing
of u pig, and, It Is mild, that some rare
talent, which had long been slumber
lug, was suddenly brought into favor.
The first prise wua awarded to Mimt
Hveline Calbreath, and tho consolation
wont to David Ciitllu. Iu another pro
gressive game MIhh Mildred Dugtey
won the priw, after which dancing was
iHdMlgml in. Itefroshmeiits were
Tlioe prnt were I'veliue ' ul
brtfitth, CJnudlna V.oms, Altheu Monrnn,
Mury Hnkln, Uophle Untlln, Vwlu Cruxx,
Mudellne Walker, Mlldre-1 liuuley.
Itarlxira Uurblw, Louise Drown, Helen
I'eare, Dorothy l'wiroe, Marie Jiofer,
Joy Turner, MirUm Mu(ky, Mil. Ire 1
Perkins, Oarl Oabriulson, Pre4 Myers,
George Skiff, Curtis Crow, itnlph
who is a utMlrat of Willamette unM Hr-rf 1Cfl Q LunDj w.
trsitv, returniNl to his home tlil.. t ,.,,,,, T,vil ",., nvi.i
,mor,ng and will wt hi PmldMtUI .. w,(m ,r(J,B)w Jo)in jroor
Bugwi Slater, Ilex Turner Cenuell
I)y. r and Jeeaup Htmng.
I allot there today,
The Willamette university feetlwll
tram loao this aftermwn tor lert
Stevens, at the month of the Celuwbla
river, where they will meet the Mi
dlers on the gridiron temerrew.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Lvy nnnounee the
Iiu Been Foitponed.
Invitations have been iwued for b
"hard tlmee" olul, to bo given at
the ronldeneo of Mr. nnd Mr. W. ('.
Tllison, Wilneuluy evening, but It has
been postponed until Thursday even-
engagetnent ef their daughter, Krnes
tine, to Mr. Harry A. fiiegel, of New .ing, November 10th. The social i un
York City, the wedding to take idaee'der the auspices of the ladle of the
at the Levy home in Ban Francisco. iPpiwopal church.
Freo Snmplos Qivon Away.
Sample bottle of Dr. Kilmer'
Hwamp Root, the' griml kidility, Hvor
nnd I buiiiiT remeiiy, nr6 being di
trllnited from Ikhino to house. If by
eluinco )on hnvo not received one,
write Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghnmpton,
N. V., who will glidl.vv send you by
mail a sample bottle, absolutely freo.
2 Make Noise 8
Tonight wlioii tl o eloctlon jj
returns eomo In by gottlu,; OH
our high pitched &
You curt ilnly will bo en- J
thuslnitie enough that uu m
mil wnnt to bluw S
PUT UP IN GLASS JAfiS
Bold Iu Salem by
Atwood & risber.
lUrrltt te Lawrence.
fuller U Douglas.
A. Xi. Harvey.
Botlt It Oraber.
A. M. Patrlclc