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JVERNMENT WEATHER- FORECAST.
klOWERS TONIGHT; THURSDAY, RAIN, COOOLER.
AILY CAPITAL JOTTR.1VAT,
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 11)00.
NO. 2 lit.
LL CHICAGO GOES BASEBALL MAD
OWN OF GOLDFIELD, NEVADA. IN FLAMES
riped a Charivari Fiend and
Are Afraid of Roosevelt and
Spokane, wash., Oct. 10. "Mrs. Now Orleans, Oct. 10. Circulars
earl C. Schmidt, who became a mailed from San Jose, Costa, Rica,
irkie Sunday, single-handed put te'declare: "Roosevelt said In recent
ght a crowd out for a charivari at sPeecnes aLtin American coun-
frorllpnl T.nfcn Wnahlncfnn hlftlnR "lBD u, uuuuu lu U"tt'llur, UGCUUBU
..... ..V .MWHIUQIUII, .t.Wt, I
wiey ure i-iiuiu nuu uecuuso mcy are
small." The circular adds that 117
boycott stations have been estab
lished In South America to prevent
the sale of goods the manufacturers
of which are for Roosevelt prin
ciples. Who Is responsible for this
propaganda has not been learned.
Yacht Loaded with Them
Captured in Providence
Attorney Scores Rockefeller
t and the Robber Gang
f with Him
he leader of the rowdies over the
lead with a bottle and laying him
dw. He was so thoroughly knocked
Stit that his companions were com
pelled to carry him away.
Carl Schmidt and Miss Maude M.
middle were married Sunday, the
eremony being performed In the
ledlcnl Lake Congregational church,
t the close of the Sunday evening
ervlces. It was witnessed by the
ongregation, and the ceremony In
very way was appropriate. They
began housekeeping In a cottage,
Ind this domicile was selected ns a
Kilning mark for the village cut-ups.
On the- first visit the charivari
irty was received hospitably by the
Irlde, but It seemed so easy that
pst night the gang came back for
pore, and was refused. The door
ras closed and one of the bunch, the
fader, started to force a window. It
las then that Mrs. Schmidt swung
Bie bottle and knocked .the Insolent
allow Into Insensibility.
Providence, R. I., Oct. 10. After Findlay, O., Oct. 10. Upon the
eluding the immigration officials for opening of the court tho Standard
over a fortnight, with a cargo of Oil case was called this morning, and
Chinese immigrants, tho yacht Frolic the Jury excused while the attorneys
was seized in Providence river today' argued upon the ndmissablllty of tho
nud confiscated, in tho name of tho ' answers of the questions put to John
federal government. Seventeen Chi- , D- Rockefeller in tho contempt pro
namen and thro members of tho ceedings. Tho prosecution held that
crew were arrested. Tho commnndor Rockefeller's statement was pertl
nnd others were not present. The I neyl to the present Issue, to show
yacht camo up tho harbor undetected i n,s connection with "tho Standard
A watchman In a coal yard stumbled
over two Chlnnmen nnd stnrted to
arrest them, when a voice from tho
Frolic told him to let them alone.
The watchman- reported tho occur
rence nnd tho seizure followed.
Washington, Oct. 10. Tho pro
posed attack by tho government
against the Standard has been de
ferred Indefinitely, the President "be-
I Having that to start the suit now
would bo regarded as cheap politics
to influence the elections, besides tho
I preparation of the evidence Is lncom
PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
Beautiful New, Fresh
Goods Now On Sale
In Every Department Throughout the Entire Establishment
Prices Away Down to Induce Quick Selling
The enormous volume of business wo aro doing now would do
credit to some of the big stores in Chicago or New York. Remem
ber, we are the leaders of low prices on first class merchandise. Do
The Store That Saves You Money
When you get our prices you will see bow we save you money.
Here is a list of beautiful goods to select frem:
Snow in the East.
Cincinnati, Oct. 10. Snow fell to
day over a large part of Ohio, Ken
tucky nnd West Vlrglnin.
Findlay, O., Oct. 10. Tho Rock
efeller answers In question were
tnken in 1SDS. The defense fought
tho Admission of tho depositions In
court, but admitted them ns evidence
to show that tho trust existed at tho
time the depositions were made.
Judge Parker nsked Kline, the attor
ney for the defense. If tho acts of
tho President would not show tho
Silver Goes Steadily Upward
On Account of Govern
Washington, October 10. Tho dt
rector of tho mint this afternoon pur
chased GOO, 000 ounces of silver for
delivery In equal lotB at San Frnn-
clsco, Now Orleans nhd Denver, at
G9.ll cents an ounce.
WM. WALLACE GRAHAM, Violinist
STUDIO AT BALDWIN RESIDENT!?, Mil COURT STREET, J
MONDAYS ONLY. ARRANGEMENTS FOR LESSONS CAN RE 9
MADE 1JY PJIONE OR IN PERSON AT STUDIO. ENSAMBLE
ffflllllllll !!!! tlirHHflM
CANNOT EXEMPT ITSELF.
Railroad Held Liable for Injuries to
Traveler Using n Pass.
Chicago, Oct. 10. Tho printed no
tice on tho bnck of passes that tho
holder ncrees" to hold tho rallrnnil
company Issuing It exempt from all n,,ned by tho Standard
claims for damages in the case of in-
Jury ddes not confer the expected
immunity, according to a. decision
rendered mby tho appellato court to
day. Tho decision was given In a
suit brought by George B. Purvis,
an employo of tho Pennsylvania rail
road, who was given Judgment of
$3000 ior Injuries suffered In an ac-l
cldent, whllo traveling from Chicago
to Erie, Pa.
methods of tho company and Kllno
Findlay, 0 Oct. 10. One of
Rockefeller's bitterest enemies, Ida
M. Butts, daugliter of tho lato Geo.
M. Rice, was present at tho trial.
Rice, an Independent refiner, was
ter has devoted her llfo to fighting
the trust. She took up tho battle
whero her father left it at his death.
She will be a witness for tho proso
cutlon. She will present incriminat
ing documents gathered by her fath
er and herself.
Goldficld, , Nov., Oct. 10. Flro
broke out In tho St. Francis hotol at
1 o'clock nnd threatons tho ontlro
city. Tho flames sprang from ni
npparcnt explosion of n tank of gnso
lino in tho rear. A high wind Is
sweeping tho flnmos directly from tho
south end of tho clt' toward tho
main section. It crossed tho main
street twice, unchecked. Tho entlro
population is fighting tho flames.
Goldfleld, Oct. 10. At 3 p. m. tho
flro was extinguished by the liberal
uso of dynamite.
Flndlny, 0., Oct. 10. During tho
argument tills morning Pholps, for
the stnto, said: "Tho corporation
hns no face except a falso fnco used
as a mantle to cover tho Individuals
In It. and when tho president BpenkB
from behind tho mnsk ho speaks ns
tho corporation Itself." Tho Intro-,
ductton of documentary ovldonco
wns continued this afternoon, nnd,
the stnto will uso no witnesses beforo
Great Game Played in Cold
and Bitter Wind This
Chicago. Oct. 10. it In n bright
day for, tho second championship ball
game. rTho nlr Is invlgorntingly
crisp, nnd tho sky cloudless. Tho
"Sox" nro tho favorites In tho hot
ting. Clouds bognn to gnlhor as tho tlmo
for tho gnmo approached.- It is vory
cold, but aeronauts couldn't boo' tho
streets lending to tho grounds, bo
cauBo they woro so covered with poo
plo en routo to tho frny. Tho weath
er Is bettor than yestorday, nnd tho
Intorcst In tho gamo la greater.
Tho tempornturo dropped rapidly
as tho hour for play approached, and
tho wind roso to half a ualo. Tho
players sat upon two plnnks In tho
open Held, exposed to tho wholo fury
of tho biting wind. Prolmbly tvgnmo
wbb novor boforo played under hucIi
frightful conditions, Tho Sox root-
erB todny outnumber tho Cubs' sup
portora thrco to one. Thq biittorlos
nre: Sox Whlto nnd Sullivan:
Cubs, Ruolbach nnd Kllng.
First Inning Cubs 0, Sox 0.
Second Cubs 3, Sox 0.
Third Cubs 1, Sox 0.
Fourth CubB 0, Sox 0. '
Fifth Cuba 0, Sox 1.
Sixth CubB 1, Sox 0.
Seventh Cubs 0, Sox 0.
Eighth Cubs 2, Sox 0.
Ninth Cubs 0, 8ox 0.
Final BCore-CuliH 7, Sox 1.
A Svv Commander,
Washington, Oct. 10. Captain
Hamilton Ward, of Buffalo, was oloct
cd commandor'-Jnchluf of tho Span
ish Wnr VctoranH todny. Oklahoma
Ctly gotB tho next convention.
NEW DRESS GOODS
Ladies' LONG COATS
Miss' LONG COATS
aides' Dress SKIRTS
PETTICOATS, 76c up
LADIES' FINE SHOES
I BOYS' CLOTHING
Knit WOOL SHAWLS
Money for Her Curves.
Chicago, Oct. 10. Chicago's pret
tiest and most shapely modol, Miss
Annie McNally, was Tuesday awarded
110,000 against tho city for Injuries
sustained last April by tripping over
a defective sidewalk plank. MIbh
McNnlly's mishap caused her weight
to fall from a plump 150 pounds to
a meagro 120. She was compensat
or therefor at tho rato of 1333.33 1-3
per pound. I
Three weeks ago Miss McNally
was removed to Whltmoro Lake,
Mich., in tho hope of aiding her val-
lant strugglo for recovery, but tho
doctors havo given up all hope for
recovery that will again enable her
to resume her former vocation. It
was her willowy form and creative
mind which gave to tho costumer
the "Bldent front" style waist .figure
which Is affected by many prominent
$125.00 Diamond Ring
GIVEN AWAY JANUARY 1, 1907, BY DR. B. E. WRIGHT
II IIHH M ,
Iii order to gain new pntroiiH nnd introduce my pnlnlcNst way of tilling, crowning ami extracting teeth, I
nm making this liberal offer. With every dollar spent for dentistry ut my ofllco you get coupon, ttonio
ono of which will draw the prize.
'WHAT TEN PEOPLE SAY. I HAVE HUNDREDS MORE LIKE THESE.
SALBH'g FASTEST GROWING STORK.
mCbVOY BROS. . cm mi CMrtStfJits
Federal Judge Dangerously III.
Dixon, III., Oct, 10. Federal
Judge Bethea, Is critically ill at his
home here and a surgical operation
may be necessary.
P. C. Newberry
GRADUATE CHICAGO MUSICAL
COLLEGE, PUPIL OF RUDOLPH
GAN'2, TWO YEARS WITH WIL.
LAMRTTK UNIVERSITY, nAS
OPENED MUSIC STUDIO, ROOOMS
9 AND 1 IN I. O, O. F. TKMPLK.
HOURS 9 TO S. BUSINESS HOURS
1 TO 8. i
Dt. J. f. COOK
MOVED TO Se LIBERTY STREET,
WHERE IDS WILL MEET ALL OLD
AND NEW PATDXNT8. FOR ANY
DISEASE CALL OX DR. COOK.
June 9, 1900. Dr. Wright made
a full lower plate to replace the
one I had made by another den
tUt, and' It Is a perfect fit.
MRS. W. FENNEL,
803 Liberty St., Salem.
June 13, 1906. I .had Dr
Wright remove a bridge which
was put la, my mouth by another
dentist and Insert one by hit
painless method. He also ex
tracted a tooth for me, and I must
say the work waa painless and
looks perfectly natural.
MRS. E. E. WIRSINO. ,
June 25, 1906.
If Dr. Wright can't please you
with a set of teeth, no dentist can.
I had h partial lower plate made
some years 'ago, and which waa
worthies I went to Dr. Wright
and be Blade ase one which does
the work like natural teeth,
fc MR8. KYLE, 1648 Mission.
If you want painless dentistry,
go to Dr. B. E. Wright. He put
on a crown for mo absolutely
C. D. SLAUGHTER,,
Scotts Mills, Or.
June 9, 1906.A year ago Dr.
Wright put two bridges in for me
by his painless method, and they
have given excellent satisfaction.
So much so that he has today put
ob a gold crown, which was done
without pain. If you wish satis
factory work go to Dr. Wright
MRS. O. F. YOUNG,
R. F. D. No. 1, Salem.
Jane 8, 1900. Dr. Wright put
la two bridges for me and several
gold fillings without pain. They
are highly satisfactory, and I um
sow having him Insert two more
bridges. Candidly, If you vaut
high-class, palaless dentistry, my
advlee is to go to him,
MRS. PETER ZILINSKY,
Juno 15, 100(1. Dr. Wright put In s
gold) crown and a tltiwertooil bridge
for mo wltliout causing mo any pain
whatever, and I will odd that tie work
is entirely satisfactory.
July 2G, 1906.
Nearly a year ago I had Dr. Wrght
make me an upper set or teeth,, and
can say they are a perfect fit.
MRS. R. OMLEY,
Yew Park, Salem, Or.
June flA J9Q0, I bad three teth
filled by Da Wrfgbt's paiakM method,
and) I experieae bo pala- whatever,
MIS BDLLU BUTLER,
Juno 80, 1906,Dr, Wright tuts Just
extracted a tooth tor ate without say
psla. Mm WM, BUTTE,
Dr. B. E, Wright, Thii Painless Dentist
Stoasieff 214, Csrt Mr.. Xswrs: 8 a. a, te S y. nu; 7 te 8 y. m.
SvMiays: 18 a. m. to 12 as.
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