Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, February 17, 1908, Page 4, Image 4

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    HAIIiY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 100.
TO BOOST
OR NOT
TO BOOST
BOARD
OF TRADE
ACTIVE
M'NARY
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THE ISSUE TUESDAY
GATHERS EXHIBITS
BUT MIGHT ACCEPT
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RUT ALL IMLIUI SAYS AJIKN,
AND BOOSTING IB TUB ORDKII
OV T1IH DAYSI'LKNDII) I'ltO
ORAM TUfiflDAV KVUNINO At
Tin: lLhiiiKK oLun.
A First Light up every Btoro and
rcsldonco Tuesday evening.
Second no on hand to welcome
tha Incoming Rtioatn of tho olty.
Third Do your purl to mnko thorn
foil that Bnlcm is wideawake.
All committees' and mombora of
tho commcrclol bodies of -this city
nro to bo out and nt work to mnko
tho visitors realteo THAT TIIKY ARK
NOT IN THIS LANI OF NOD, HUT
AT TIIK CITY OV 'IT."
Tho fooling Ib In tho iilr tlmt this
In tho town that will mnko a record
breaking growth this yonr of our
Lord, 1008. Tho nocond big golden
aplko In tho mllo-stono of progross
will ho drlvon tomorrow night.
Put on a olonn collar, shnvo your
fnro and imt on your host pants nid
ncoktlo nnd help tho Jolly along. Tho
specifications aro nil right, having
boon woikod out by Hits city's bout
exports, nnd tho rosult will be pious
Inn to yon-iitiH nnd wo-uns.
Wlutt Will Ho Bono.
Tho IjIjc exporlctnoo mooting of tho
Hoard of Trndo "smokar" tomorrow
evening nt the Hike hull nil html
nt'H nnd professional moil of our olty
nnd members of Hulom'a commerolnl
orgnnlntloiiu will bo oxpooted to
listen to tiio boat mid brightest din
CUnIohh of dovoloplng our resources
tlmt hnvo ever houn proguntod nny
where. Delegation from tho Houth, Inoltid
Ing CoUiiko (lrovo, HiiKeno, Allmny,
liObnnnii. Corvnllls mid olbor town,
will nrrlvii on tho 2:41' train. TIioho
from Woodbtirn, OruKon City. ner
vals and points north betweon here
nnd 1'ortlnnd will arrive on tin (1:40
local, whllo tho Immeiwo throng from
l'ortUnil wlllcome up on the Oregon
llleotrle MHd arrive her at S o'clock.
All wll be met by ronuiilUeos and
Meortft! to the Hllhee club rooms
and later to Hotel Willamette, whore
a hearty dlaaer will I aorvwt.
Thow arriving wly though will b
oeeortod nbwit ttt oily, wither by
trolley rart or lu whatever wy heel
nulls thelrtnonaure. The city will he
thrown wide open, iu U wore, to af.
ford n' visitor n whittle to see and
know what they wtoh onHeerftlng too
Capital Olty.
At s o'eioek the Ul lllks' hull will
bo thmwM opt for Uih prognun of
thu evoHlag, wklrk will InrlmU abort.
crisp sptKohoa by Governor Cham
berlain, Mayor Una, Portland mil-
lloHRrM. llUOlaoaa M1H UHd bHSt
ora s.eneally. The whole maUor
will. In a mwunire, be Informal, mid
tluitt giVM it nu nlr of comfort, cordl
nliiy. as well as oathualaaiH. A aplon
did orcHoatra will furalak ihuhIo far
tht entire evoalMg, NHd the goes
will b rvet with n deUghtral UHrh
in tho tllMlHK room of Hih lllks' kail
Tho siMoloud club room f Ike un
ite, wkieh Tom lUokardeoN sy ar
(he nuiNt IM tkw Vw for a city f
thu 1.1m, will be at tk iIUhomI of
tho vUltors iIhHhr tkw H4lr day.
Tkt iHMhante of tk tUy n1i U
uktd lo U,n tiis4r kUmtvo llxklwl H
II tb vaiHc THtAluy. Ih ofr U
niako k ity a trl mor aUraoUv
Tho lUiwri for tk NtorHlag itis
fnuM iSkHbutd will b tftkoti to t
klv oark At tk frwtgkt dwtot, from
whlrk iny win b uKll ki IHirt
laad im tu oariy moral a data.
NIJW FURNITURK AND A OWNER
AL OVKRHAULINO IMPROVES
AITKARANCK OP ROOMS KX
IIIHIT8 ARK AI)l)i:i) TO, AND
MUCH MTKRATURG HANl)Li;i).
Tlioro 1b great activity about tho
Hohrd of Trndo headquarters theao
days. Tho place has been entirely
renovated, and a now appcaranco Is
Jvldcut in tho exhibits and tho ar
nngomont of tho room. Among
ottor, things tho socretnry's omco has
beou fitted up with some now fitrnl
turo nnd cqulpmont, nil of which will
not only glvo tha placo n butter np-
pearnnco, hut facilitate tho koUIuk
out of .tho tlow literature, which Is
being demanded in largo quantities
by Intorostod corrospoudontH nil over
Iho Hnst. Home new additions nro
lining mndo to tho oxhlblt ovory day,
and nmong tho latost Is n flue nam-
plo of bntturnuti, brought In by Mr
IIiihIi', tho vwtornn banker, who bni
Home trow ho plnntod 15 years axo
with nuts from Ills old MnHch.ifletts
home. Mr. Hush hurvostod (lvo
bunhols from one of theto troua Inst
yonr. Tho vnrlaty Is dlfforont from
Home of thu other butternuts tlmt
liny been Impurtud Into thla suction.
Pnrtloa who onro to plant them Could
Miicurw a few for hhoiL Mr. Hush Is
very much liiUrostad In tho literature
balng sont out by tho Hoard of
8AY8 IT WOULD COSII'KL HIM TO
GIVi; 'UP HIS PRK8KNT IOHI
TION AND SACRIFIOB IU8 PRI
VATIJ PRAOTICI-HUT IT 18
TOO KARLY TO DECIDK.
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John II, McNary, attorney for the
third district, declnred In an Inter
view with a Journal roprosontativc
thin afternoon that ho will probably
not accept tho United, States dfrtrlct
attorneyship, if tho potiltion is of
fered to him.
McNnry, alnco It has boon rumored
that ho would bo named for tho po
rtion, hna been looking Into tho
work connocted with tho ofllcc, nnd
found Hint It would bo nccosanry for
him to glvo up his oxtonslvo law prnc
tlco In this city ns well na tho attor
noyshlp of this district. He consid
ers this too groat a snorinco to innk?
to securo tho nppolntment to th
blghor ofllco.
A llnnl decision will probably !
reached by McNnry within a few
hours nftor ho Is odlclully notified
Hint ho can hnvo tho nppolntment
ir ho wnnto It. At that ilme he will
ronfer and loam liow much of hi
tlmo enn bo usod for IiIh own prnctlc
Mr. McNnry ntntod, in sponklng of
his position in the mattor, n follows
"I have beon looking Into the du
tlaa devolving upon tho olllro of the
Pnltod BtntoM District Attorney, nnd
A..
Trade, nnd tins volunttorud to for- Unci Hint If that position wero offered
ward u quantity of It to souio of hta lo me, and I necaptod, It would be
aoquttlutnticM in MnMochuitotUt mill , uecoanury for mo to glvo up my prl
New York. , vnlo prnntlco and my prtniuut oh.
Another liitorootlng oxhlblt la tlou. This, 1 cousldor. too great n
from John Orabor. the plumber, nnd txiorlflno. I, of courso cnunot stnto
consists of Home oxnollant peonn( posltlvoly what I would do until I re
nutu from his realtor's truos, aim eslvml tho appointment, and had
some splendid Kranqtiutto wnliiut tlmo to uoufor nnd nsoertniu how I
and ho in i) Mammoth Pound pears, could tnke oaro of my practice."
which nre still sound and taking on ' M,
a beaiitlftil yellow color. He has nU
u unniKHi in a llg on a lllltu cut
from their door yard last week. Th$
fruit Is about oue-fourth growa. and
that oa tke tree will mature le, Wimilllll Mill
N. II StonebrlNk. of Polk count). : (Jrrt,uI 0,,,,r'1 Uo,,M,
also brought to a aoleadld exhibit of, f-",uary 28 -Chatlw II Han
They are a smooth tuber aMl iirolltte
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Morning, afternoon nnd ovonlng
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except Sunday and Monday afternoons.
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livery system.
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vicinity.
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r Salem, Oregon
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Welaer, Idako. IMt. IT At :I0
thla utorHlug tke Odd IM lows' nIM
Ihk wna bur, deotroytftg a etoek
or dry good valued at fll.ftftt. Tk
Utal km will wqual 115.000
o
JUMPED THE
UO(JIIHS.(;UII.I.CV HK( ITAUS.
School
WOULD DEPORT
ALL ORIENTALS
I'lftli of the Sorlu of High
HiiUirtulnineiitN.
CHemlag these taleated gontle-
boh, W. 11. KlNHlCMtt. M. I)., of 0lv
Umrt, O., V. M. C. A., tke oonsorva
tlve Mtlwate of tke entertainment
oottunlUee eoaeerMlttg Meters. Ilogons
and Qrllley left m MHHreiMtred for the
lartletle work of tkeee eatertnlner..
Tkey fwralske4 a thoroughly eotU-
IVPHW MA WW '"Blonr Mrr, ot miwlcaj aI
fllVUnU TlfA!iniry Uete. Mr. Orllleya wlw-
(Ions were well ckosea awd kU ohar
aeters vxrolleutly port ray el. He It
a totitUonkH of klgk elaea and v
Ideat iMrtHtee. Mr. Itoer U on the
kt or term wltk hU Instrument.
M kU accowiHtNylMg was performetl
wltk groat deiieaey. Tke moilesty of
fcotk tke gootUlMM was refTMkln
IVi
tUftiUM Pr immtA Wtw.)
Waiktiigto. leb. IT.-
uU Mkhm. of llltaeU, MMttu orltl-
tUel AUrat-QjvoraJ Uoanimru
tke rtQOjr at tke hmm Pur aWig eoa
Txieiit) -Three for Tlieiu.
(I'nlted Prea Leasd Wire.)
Tamoqaah, Pa.. Feb. 17. Twon-
ty-thro men were cruahed today un
der a pile of coal at tho Mldvalo mlno
near Mount Carina!. Tho bodiea will
not be recovered for soveral day.
o
1'iiinotis Sculptor Dead.
(United Preea Loased Wire.)
San AHtoalo. Texu. Fek. 17.
Harry A. MeArdle, one of tke most
prominent iMlatera a ad Miilptors in
tke South, diod atiddenly last night.
McArdle's (irlaelpal works wore
"Dawn at the Alamo" and "The Dal
tie of Jarlato."
Hntt, HncoN, Hjico
S the start of the tx-lay raoe
fr amateurs tonight at o-ekk at
be Aud'torlum rtak
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8AL1CM MARKET.
Inicnl Wholesale ALtrkeL
Uggs ISc,
Butter 37 c; butter fat, 37,c.
lions 10c; mixed chlckene, lOo.
Local wheat Sic,
Oats 36o.
Barloy J24$25.
Flour Hard wheat, IJ.OO; valley,
H.OO.
Hay Cheat H; olovor, $10il2
par ton; timothy, $13 C $16.
Onions 2q lb.
Hojva Old,iyj2Wo; new, 3i
714 c,
Chittlm bark 45o,
Kggs 25c
Bitter Country 3"
ory, 40c.
Flour Valley, $1 20 pr
hard wheat, $1,400)150
Bran Sfio pr sack, !7!
ton; shorts, $1.15 per sack
Hay Timothy, 85f 90c M
cheat, 90c; clover 7Cs peri
shorts, $1.15 pvr safk
Itctall Market.
Oat Whlto, $2S per ton.
Wheat $1.00.
Rolled barley $30
1 " Tmmmmmmmmmmmm
' Llvwtock,
Hoes Fat, $5 0f
Stock hogs $4 00
Cowa Top. $2 7r fa'r J
Steers Tops, $3 " tL'
$3.00.
Tropical FrultJ.
Bananas $6,
Oranges $S2"
Lomons $3. 604 50
Veal Dressed, 6 7c
Portland Markrt.
Wheat Club. h2'-s:
S3o; blue stom, s",r
MlllstuCf Bran, $24
r to irwnWer rorulit tilaiaW UaII koue for thetr remru
uiHHstoloa to hie ttoiMirUMoM wHsmmiiim1 frm lw da. VUrt4y. F
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IM.
Vtmmxtm. IN, IT To (
ttH xvleeMMi lnw ufclcJi ml) etetfii
ally yrevM Aalalle iMiulcrtKMi.
Mud tiovt4Iim (w to detttrtatloft ol
all Aelattoa rfejtftg MMUieAl teJtor in U
l'HHd uu U a.k( fur la ite-
"U ne haw tho prooMoot of thv
AttWtoai 4vii rrr ! eooklaa
to violate the or!. a ulleve
Hie leltvr f tho rlvll erUe law my
taia atMMauottt a4 Ibes) uk
log i-oagres to b reaMtaible for the
irftoefeee. Vh oe ho ok ih
rtehiwit U saake (ho tiaoaIr. J
woot t the hou Int oe4 lo uch
a way."
Ho h lh ororU o koorkea mi
mm iiaier aioro4laiua ti
o a tHilBit of or4T
Iii' Miss HwrlHR-
Roere a ad Grill. in th. HTfh
iho eerie of high rhool nt.-r',u
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Now X'Wrk. rVk. IT -The art!-
twisroH. ti Hit- J wwm iwo o ooe eottrageUos
UM tho JafMIIMM ltioiww Lw
Um jm aoat to roftigrdH. Tho natt.
UaMMi aa4
two hrtterw (mm nwmM4lWe." a4
the etaru m to jiov it.
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BISHOP'S READY
TAILORED CLOTHES
Regular Prices $13.00 to $25.00
Sale Prices $6.75 to $18.00
Salem Woolen Mill Store