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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, ,1000.
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'Hot Poppy' Nor Maniragora
Nor All the 'Drowsy Syr
ups of the World
Attornoy Henry K. McOInn
token from tho court room of tho
state circuit court by Deputy Shoriff
Kolly at tho order ' of Presiding
Judgo Sears Monday morning, nf
t?r McGinn had rofused to leave
tho court room when requested to do
bo hy tho jtulgo. Attornoy McGinsi
at first refused to leave tho court
room with thV sheriff, declaring that
he had n constitutional right to re
main. Later ho roso to go, saying:
"All right, I will go with tho sher
iff, hut I want to tell you that I will
ho henrd from. Thcro Is ono man at
this bar who knows you, who has
hedn associated with you, nnd ItnowB
you thoroughly. And I nm that man.
McGinn turned nnd started to uc-
compnny Doputy Sheriff Kolly from
tho court room, but when nbout half
way to tho door ho turnod nnd said
to Judgo Sears:
" 'Not poppy, nor mandrngorgn,
nor nil tho drowsy Hyrups of tho
world' shall pnss Judgment upon
mo." Thou ho loft tho court room. UicGInn Hat down.
Lnst Sntnrday McOInn wns fined J jtr, Sheriff, I havo asked Mr. Mc
$150 by Judgo Senrs for contompt of ainn to withdraw from tho court
court, growing out of a bitter nt-r0om on account of his lnngungo.
tuck nmdo by McGinn upon District .ryou will seo that this ordor Is enr-
Attornoy Manning, when court con
vaned in tho morning. At tho wiine
tltno District Attornoy Mnnnlng wns
severely censured for contompt of
court for ronmrks concerning whnt
MoGInn hnd Bald. In tho nftornoon
both nttornoys woro ndjudged In con
tompt of court, nnd woro cited to np
pear to rocolvo punishment.
Manning Dodged Tenuity.
District Attornoy Manning apolo
gised for tho words ho had ttsod In
tho morning, nnd no pennUy wns Im
posed upon him. Attornoy McGinn
was dcclnrod to havo boon tho ag
gressor and 'vns lined J25. Ho Im
mediately roquostod that 25 ho add
ed to his flno, ns ho desired to ropont
with emphasis what hp had snld.
Judgo Sears added 75. making tho
flno $100. McGinn thou doolnred
that tho court had boon taking a
"hand In tho nffnlr. At this Judgo
Soars liieronsed tho flno to $150.
This morning when court con
vonud, n enso in which Attornoy It.
A. Leltor and Mctiinn woro counsol
was called to hnvo tho timo of trlnl
It T 1
ihcStatuchs and Dowels of
tsa and Ikst.CoflUlBS nclBver
OpwwiMorphlrve nor Mineral.
JimyJtvt fa J"
k naJLwf &nivf fnr(Vtall&a.
aMS mdlom or SlKXf.
pcact comr or wiu vnca,
In your comb? Why so? Is not the
head a much better place for it? Better
keep what Is left where It belongs!
Aver's Hair Vleor. new Improved for-
f V ramuU. auicklv ston3 falling hair. There
not a particle of doubt about it.
Bob not sUIq or chnjr
ma color ortno nir.
flxed. Attornoy Loiter asked that
tho case bo set for trial In tho Jan
unry 'term of court. Attorney Mc
Ginn roso and addressed tho court,
stating that ho had no objection to
tho request of Attornoy Loiter. After"
considering a moment Judgo Sears
"I will state, Mr. McGinn, that as
long as you remain in a condition of
recalcitrancy I cannot recognlzo your
appearance In court."
Verbal Bnttlo llcglns.
' "Well, then, If your honor docs
not recognlzo my appearance, I shall
remain recalcitrant. That is under
stoed: that I nm contumacious anu
recnlcltrnnt. Your honor was In no
"I do not caro for any ' urgu
mont,"intorrupted, Judgo Scars.
"I don't enrq anything about It,"
replied McGinn, "I meant just what
I said." . , . ,
"Send for 'tho Hheriff," ordqred
"Yes, sir, I meant Just what I
Bald,' 'repented McGinn. "Thcro Is
onomnn ntlhls bar who knows you
"I will havo to nsk you to rotlra
from tho court room,' 'snld Judgo
Soars to McGinn.
"I expect to romaln In tho court
room," ropllod McGinn. "I havo a
constitutional right to remain'. Your
honor does not become, becauso you
Bt'on tho, wool snek
Befit From Court Room.
Doputy Shoriff Kolly entered tho
court room whllo McGinn was Bponk
ing, nnd Judgo Sonrs addrossod him.
rlod out," Bnld tho Judgo to Kolly.
Doputy Sheriff Kolly placed his
,jinn(i on McGinn's shoulder nnd
,nsked him to nccompnny him from
tho court room. McGinn roso nnd
addressed Judgo Sonrs.
"What shall I rotlro for," ho
asked. "What right havo you to
Hond mo out of this court room?
Haven't I ns much right to romaln In
this court room as you? What con
stitutional right havo you to ordor
mo out of this court room, becauso
you Bit on tho bench? Havo you any
right to do so? If I nm In contompt,
I havo boon flnod for It. You havo
no right to bring this mnttor ."
"Just a momont," Bnld Judgo
Soars. "You havo paid no atten
tion to tho lino."
"I will pay attention to it," snld
"Will you allow mo to aponk?"
nuorlod Judgo Soars.
"Yob," replied tho nttornoy.
Ituttlo Rages Again.
"You havo pnld no Attention to'
tho lino," repented tho Judgo. "You
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
wi Qf f turn mtrt.
Bears tjie , v
havo announced charges against tho
court, which you say you intend to
probo to the bottom. You aro in a
condition of recalcitrancy, and tho
court cannot permit you to. appear
in that condition."
"Then I will remain recalcitrant,"
said McGinn again.
"That will bo determined later in
a legal manner," said Judge Scars.
"I ," began McGinn.
"Wult a minute," said the Judge.
"I havo a right to' talk here," said
McGinn. "Tho recalcitrancy wll
"Tho court has nsked that you re
move yourBolf from tho court room,
nnd T will ask tho sheriff to sco thnt
you obey,' 'said Judgo Sears.
McGinn rose to accompany Sheriff
"I will go with the sheriff, but I
want to tell you that I will bo heard
from," ho said to Judgo Scars.
"There Is ono man who knows yo'u,
and who has associated with you and
knows you thoroughly. And I' nm
" Unit way' to tho door McGinn
turned and hurled his parting in
vectlvo nt the Judge:
"Not poppy, nor mandrngorn, nor
all tho drowsy Byrups of tho world
shall pass. Judgmont upon- mo," ho
said, and retired with Sheriff Kelly.
Ho pnsscd Into tho hnl loutsido of
tho court room for a few minutes,
nnd declared that ho would never
npologlzo to tho Judgo. Later ho left
tho building. Judgo Senrs rofuscd to
dlBcuss tho matter.
1 o .
Babies'- health doponds upon
bnbioH' food. Holllater's Rocky
Mountain Ton Ih the best baby medi-
elno known to loving mothers. Tea
or Tnblcts, 35 couts.
For salo nt Dr
MANY KIDS SUBMITTED.
Large Number- of Cltlens AhIc
Furnish Wood for the Statu
Bids for fuel for tho use of tho
Btato Institutions woro opened yester
day afternoon by tho board consist
ing of tho governor, tho socrotnry of
stnto and tho treasurer. Tho bids
woro to furnish 'first nnd second Jack Stem Iter 100
growth fir and body oak at tho dlfTor- Jack Stauffer
out institutions. J G Rich 50
Tho following bids woro sub- I). H. RasmtiBan ....100
mittcd: I J. Genrin . . . 25
First Second P J Genrin '. . .300
Nnmo Growth Growth Prlfig.,8 Genrin '
WB Clark 100 2.S5
W. B. Clark 50
W. O. Wotzol 50
K M Lafor
11 P Gessnar
L. O, Cnvnungh .... 50
A J Eoff
W P Downing
It U Coaay
H A Downing '.
A A Kufnor
Jos IlnIs8oyor ...... 50
Jos RalB8oyor ......
John Grilling 30
K M White
Joo Gonlcy , . .
P. P GoBsnor 100
P C Mumm
J G Itloh
A O Kufnor ........ 100
175 2. 9S
350 3. 98
It A Downing ,
A J Koff 100
Dowlng & Eoff
O M- Morris
O M Morris 7&
G h Morris 110
G h Morris onk 15
G h Morris
G M Gainer 100
P M Drako
O M Morris
O M Morris
W O Morris .........
W. O. Morris 10
G A McKay 50
R O Wettel ' 25
R. O. Wettel 25
E S Coats
Jos, Imper ,...,,,.
Jos. Impor 20
E G Riches .,4 '30
E O Riches 35
F. G. Follor ..;... 4 15
F. O. Feller
J Parahor ........ 10
J Pnraher .,.,,...
John Schudner '.... 25
Peter Domliott ..... 50
Peter Dotnhott .,.:. 25
Peter Domhett .....
L O CavcnauRh ....
Asylum MaU Huildlng,
A A Kujner ....... 100
A A Kufnor .......
B J Krohblel ,,,.,.200
D JohnsOn ..,..,,,250
D Johnson ,.....,.,
Henry JirusiaK .,..100
To find out for n certainty
whether or not your heart is
affected. One person in four
has a weak heart; it piay be
you. If so, you should know
it now, and save serious con
sequences. If you have' short
breath, fluttering, palpitation,
hungry spcHs, hot flushes; if
you cannot He on left side; if
you have fainting or smother
ing spells, pain around heart,
in side and arms, your heart is
weak, and perhaps diseased.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will re
lieve you. Try a bottle, and
sec how quickly your condition
"About n yenr aco I wroto to the
MIloa Medlcnl Co., nsklnij ndvlco, ns I
wntt Buffering with heart trouble, nno
bad been for two years. I hrtd jvil
In my heart, back and left side, and
bad not been nblo to draw a deep
breath for two yearn. Any llttlo exer
tion would causo palpitation, and I
could not Ho on mv left sldo without
Buffering. They advised mo to try pr.
Miles llenrttCuro nnd Ncrvino, which
I did with tho result that I nm in
better health than I ever waa before,
having gained 14 pounds slnco I com
menrcd tnklnc It. I took nbout thir
teen bottles of tho two medicines, and
haven't Lccn bothered with my heart
since." MKS. LILl.tB THOMAS.
Upper SandUBky, Ohio.
Dr. Mile' Heart Curo 13 sold by
your drunolt. who will nuaranteo thnt
the first bottle will benefit. If It fails
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elliiart, Ind
O Sambuh 100
Fred Doviso 30
J. D. Smith ...: 50
j a Moscr 200
Nicholas Groy 100
D Kloea 50
D Kleon 25
Mark Skiff 200
to Peter Zclcuskl 50
O J Pnrkrew 100
Byron Bradley .75
J T Zolonski '. . 50
August Zolenskl .... 50
L P Lork 200
A G Kufnor . .' 200
J B Smith '. .. 50
W Roth 150
Mndo Happy for Life.
uruui uupjiinuHu cuiuu into tuo
homo of S. C. Blnlr, school Biinorin
3.00 tondont, at St. Albans, W. Va whon
3. 00 his llttlo daughter was restored from
3.00 tho dreadful complaint ho names.
3.00 Ho say: s "My llttlo daughter had St.
3.00 Vitus' danco, which yiolded to no
3.00 treatment but grew steadily worse
3.00 until ns a lnst resort wo tried Elec
tric Bitters; and I rejoice to say,
2.85 thrco bottles etfectod n comploto
3.50 euro." Quick, suro curo for nervous
3.00 complaints, general debility, fotnalo
3.50 woukneBB, Impoverished blood and
mnlarla. Guaranteed by J. C. Perry's
drug storo. Prlco 50c.
O ' i
Potatoes Plenty, Cars Scarce.
Aurora, Ore,, Nov. 27. Tlio car
shortugo on tho Southern Pacific has
had a demoralizing effect on ship
pers In this section. W. S. Hurst
& Co., tho produco and commission
men who havo warehouses at Au
rora, Hubbard and Cauby, cannot
get cars to movo tho produce they
hnvo orders for. They havo 10 car
loads of potatoos sold for Novem
ber shipment, and so far havo been
nblo to get only three car loads of
the order shipped. Hops aro piled
up In tho warehouses hero waiting
for enrs, nnd ownors aro having to
pay storage nnd Insurance charges.
. M. KIGHTLINGER,
Marhlalst and Manager.
178 South Liberty St.
WE MUITiD ANYTHING THAT
CAN I1E MADE FROM IRON OR
STEKL. NONE nUT FntST-CLASS
That's vuat you want these
chilly days, and at our place you
get nothing cold, and always the
best tho market affords.
White House Restaurant
GWOWJK MHO, lrM.
I Gold Dtist Flotir 1
Made by THE SYDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Orogon.
Mado for family use. Ask your
grocer for It. Bran and shorts
always on hand.
P. B. Wallace
H. S. Gilc & Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Com
In tho market at all times for
dried fruit and farm produco of all
Wo havo for snlo a few applo par
ing nnd slicing machines; equipment
for a lnrgd dryer; will make a low
When yoa need anything
in Lumber and save some of
the money that yoa intended
VOGET LUMBER CO
WHEN THANKSGIVING COMES
Among other things you will want
Is a perfect fitting shirt, ono that
was moulded on an oval hoard to fit
tho body, and such a machino is In
operation nt the Salem Steam Laun
dry. Your dlnnor will not be com
ploto unless the linen was storillzed
and finished by us, and nt prices that
will surprise you. Tahloclothes 5c
up, napkins lc, one-half what others !
charge for inferior work.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY,
Phono 23. iao-100 Llbertr St.
O. C. T. CO
pomona AND OREGONA LEAVE
I'OUTL.VND MONDAY. WEDNES-1
DAY AND FRIDAY AT 10 A.!
M TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND
SATURDAY AT 7:10 A.M., FOR
CORVAUS TUESDAY, THURSDAY
AXNU bATL'KDAY ABOUT O P. M.
M. P. BALDWIN, Agt!
The Fashion Stables
Formerly Simpson's BtM.
Up-to-date livery and cab line.
Funeral turnouts a pecialty. Tally,
ho for picnics und excursions. Phone
44. CIIAS. W. YANNKB, Prop.
247 and 249 High Street.
POULTRY AND EGGS
.;iv..,"lV - o,Tnrr3Mr .
Wc have a choice lot
of clean seed at a rea
Our price is the lowest
in the city.
D. A. White Son
FOR JOIST AND FLOORING
Tho best plnco to buy Is where the
best stock of lumber is carried. The
cntiro building trade know that
there Is not n finer stock of lumber
than that carried hy us. Wo vt
ready to All tho largost contract
promptly. Wo don't keep tho build4
or wnlting. That's a very important I
point. Nonr'S. P. passenger depot
Phono 52 Main.
GOODALE LUMBER CO.
OUR MEATS ARE
ALWAYS THE BEST.'
For. wo tnko especial caro to buj.
none but tho best, nnd our cuotorr.?n,
can always dopend upon getting U'
best in tho market nt right prlc
whon they buy nt our mnrket.
E. O. CROSS, , I
Stnto Street Market Phone 11
You will sleop sounder and en
jjoy better. health and be Bnpplf
in consequence if you know tbjt
all danger of loss of life an(J
property has been entirely elim
inated by tho use of a
They aro constantly on the
lookout, and will sound a warr
ing at the first sign of danger.
Adaptablo to all uses. T&tf
will reduce your Are lnsursncf
ratea materially. Call and InTf
State Agent Col
245 Liberty St.
Woven Wire Fencing
Of alP kinds. Hop Wire. Pie8"" I
Posts, Gates, Shingles and P.
M ,.,. ah nt lowest pnr
....: .--...i.... n
250 Court St SakfOr'
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CAPITAL COMMISSION CO.
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