Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 07, 1908, Page 8, Image 8

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DAILY CAPITAL JOUKXAL. RAL1W, ORBGON, SATURDAY, MAHCH 7, 1B0S.
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BIGGEST
AND
BEST STOCK
at lowest
Prices
SOME MORE
f
Nety Suits arrived this morning, some more expected by
the first of the week, some, more wiM arrive before the
1 5th, m4 stiM they wiH come to make this event the grand
est kiowc business career. We are never outdone by the
best f metrepettart city stores hi quality and quantityas
to prices wc win let you be the "judge." Good goods at
honest prices lias made this store the finest shopping center
in the vaXey.
FIGHT
TRUST
LET OFF
irNOT
WHY NO
CASES POSTPONED
mmJMcs
Hudnut'n nowent and host crea
tion In perfumes, hollct water,
.told cream, talcum powdor, cocoa
Gutter, tooth pasto, and fill the
necessary articles for manicuring;
tho nails.
SHOES
Tho now spring t$lyle of patent
And tan Oxfords with ribbon Jnce
aro correct. Do not forgot tho fact
that with overy pair of Indlon'
ahoeu or Oxfords wo nro giving ab
solutely froo a Jnpnncso tea pot or
b modern dust pan.
Ladies'
Eatt and Winter Suits in
bfues and blacks, to close
Half Price
Knit underwear, all broken lines
of ladles' and children's under
wear to cIobo at
HALF PRICK
Our onUro Hno of colored and
black Milk poltlcontB at greatly
uiinurKii pricks
Silk Waist Special
Dlack, light, and dnrk gray, btiio
and red and green plaid taffeta
wnlstts. j.
$G.0O values, r
To clone tj)t)oOD
1(5.00 values, aq
To close pt)7U
J0.50 vnluos, ai jq
To close 4.t50
CASES .AGAINST 80IIMITZ AND
ItUEF ARE PUT OFF CUNNING
CHECK FORGER ESCAPES
FROM JAIL AND HAS A HEC
OHI) FOIt BEING AS SLIPPERY
AS HE IS SLICK.
DO YOUR SHOPPING WHERE IT IS A PLEASURE
fNews
Now I Hh TIhm
To got your old furnlturo repaired
N4 polished up ready for houao
ttilHf, or ir you hnvo any up
JutfterlK mattresses or couches
nm4, Wo have an export to do thin
wwk. Ho will tnako your furnltAiro
)Mfc hh good a now. All work
gMWRtecd. Call and see us. L. U.
Jmu, the houao furnlHhor, 371
Cmrt street.
Try WrMfnc to Me
And eco if I cannot savo you
tnonoy on any stock you want to
buy, I. O. box 19, PortUnd, Oro
J4rriagn UcoiiM
Dr. Hlbert B. Cable, of Portland,
H yoars of ago, atid Inet 8. Pugh, 21
year. Tha bride la of thla city, nud
m of a well-known family, alio bo
rawo acquainted with Dr. Cotilo
t4nco aha became a nurso soma time
40.
Act QHivkly
Houo for alo for $200. Enquire
paUldlng Logging (So ,., . d
jtetli at Rowr'talr-
Mr. 1.. F. O randy, 00 year of
e. passed away At the family homo
f the, HoniHlftlo dUtrlot at 3 o'olock
this morning. Tho funeral announce
xwml will ho made later.
headed by Hency Jooit and IS other
eiguora.
Improvement! Promised-
Tho Southern Pacific Company has
no tilled tho Railroad Commission of
their Intention to Improve conditions
of tho Jefferson depot, by Improving
tho lighting, building n eroBs-wnlk,
and, If necessary, furnliihlng run
nlng water for cattle cojiflncd In tho
yards.
At It AkhI
Wonger & Chorrlugton will enter
tain their frlonds and patrons with
ftomo good muiilc tonight. Those In
(Unlfod Press Leased WIro.)
San Francisco, March 7. At tho
reqtiott of the district attorney's of
fice, tho easo against Coffroth, Britt
and Qrancy, tho moving spirits In
tho dofunct "fight trust," was con
tinued one week this morning by
Jttdgo Lnwlor. Assistant District
Attorney Cook stnted -that tho de
fendants filed tholr briefs yesterday,
but needed mora tlmo for tho collec
tion of propor ovldonco. None of
thoup concerned woro la coiurt, with
tho exception of Schmltz and Ruof.
Tho other chnrges of extortion
agaliiDt tho ox-boss, and tho deposed
mnyor wcro also continued ono week
Schmltz and Ruof, through their nt
tornoys, expressed their willingness
to have their casos continued.
The cases of tho Indicted officials
of th California Sufe Doposlt &
Trout Company was extended for 20
days. Tho roquost of Hiram John
son, clilof counsel for tho dofensc,
for throo wcoks .tlmo was denied by
too court, and tho Bliortou period
substituted.
Tike JidYiitage of Jhe Big Cut Im Piano Prfe$
Weager aad CDernigtors Sfeciil Sale T
Provide- the HlBWith A
Thero Is nothing mystorious going
on at 247 Commercial street. No
hocuspOous, slight of hand perform
ance, but a plain statement of facta
and -figures. The reductions in prices
aro radical. This quick sale, small
profit-sharing piano selling proposi
tion Is meeting our most sanguine
expectations. Tho more pianos wo
poll, tho clioaner we can bcII. Tho
cheaper wo sell, tho more pianos wo
soil. A rule that work3 both ways
like a charm in this case. Wo nro
pleased to have lookers, ns well ns
buyers. You aro cordially requested
ae
flnndPJ?a"d "V?' "!
i,m.f "I.Sr ""L ,r ? and
inV Mi- v"" "uuie Plan ti
. luuuuraip payment down
placo.ono of thea. !..:,
homo. nnd the small nionthlr
bo mlBsed.
An informal concert has bw
IZZ lr'mul
V.. JTl lr,en?8 Will l
avu mu wuitoiHB, lOO.
WENGBR & CHEItniNQI
247 Commerfiti
ADWTI0NAL PERSONALS
To Stop tho Show
Homo demented person hns been
trying to got out nn injunction to
Btop tho Elks' minstrel ahow on tho
ground of tod broad Jokes Rut
Judges Burnett and Calloway both
belong and would not graut tho writ
Jttdgo Moores, of tho city police
court, refused on tho ground that It
was only a mlidomonnor, anyway,
and not criminal In Its nature for n
man to dresn -tip and Imporuouato a
woman on tho Htngo. Judgo Wobstor
has tho matter under ndvlsemont,
and may order the whole thing
pulled off and cxpoHO tho Elk who Is
to ta.ko that part. Tho Woman's
formal concerts nro greatly nliprol.,P'i,b,I" ""i"?.?, do Vlth brAnK
tf-opathUt
Pr. L, O. Atlmnu, Otlioo and roil
fnco 399 Liberty atreot, Balem.
3Slm
Jftii at Fnlr (irotiiut
Tho 3yearold son of William
Fly ft UUd early thh morning at
the home of his paroutt near tho fair
grounds
XkM'mI Optltm Petition
8vrai eltUcus of Howb hv
itM a ivetltiou for looal liquor op
ttoH Tho list of BBtltlonora U
ftted by the populace.
lkm't Forft
Tho big furniture storo on Court
street. Wo do not hold you up,
liut sol) our goods nt the right price.
If you do not bollovo thU call and be
ronvlnced. Wntch our windows for
spcclala lu mattlnga next wcok, L.
U. JoMeo, 371 Court atreet.
Pivsi,iitrl tho Flag
Hal D. Patton preseuted a flag to
n HQhool house three miles east of
Pratum Friday. Thero was a large
crowd present. Mr. Patton, In his
siyxjcJi, said ho had been censured by
como politician for giving awny so
many flag. Uo said ho had given
awny flags before ho had over
thought at running for office, and
would- continue to do so. Ho said
ho believed In giving children object
lessona In patriotism, and giving
tho peoplo a ohanco to express them
selves a to who should bo their
representatives and Instruct them
how they should, vote tor senators.
Ho got a very cordial reception.
I urn Hero
To take euro of your harn&a.
Bring it lu and lot m oltan Jt up
beforo thg nice spring weather
mot. Ail kinds of harnts oil tor
.10.
Fair tonight ami
light frost tonight.
Sunday, with
NoJhtw .
Tho Passion Play will not bo pre
vented at the Grand opera houto to
iilsht. an advertlned.
ing tho proscotitlon, and say they
miiiy navo a great cauno for comw
plaint at a Snlem morehant who nd
vortlscs Indies' shirt waists down
ono-hnlf. Tho matter has been re
ferred to a spoclal commlttoo of
Harry Albort, Dr. dinger and Dr.
Horltago for adjustment. The show
will como off with all Its original fen
tures Monday and TueJny ovonlng.
as advertised. Nothing can stop nn
undertaking of that crowd. It eecms,
when they once got under headway,
and Salem Is In for a bit of revelry
and high Jinks that has not been
seen on any program over presenteJJ
in mis city.
KtHHUul Ward Clmiiged
Tho original announcement for a
mass primary In tho second ward at
10 o'clock tonight orontod such au
upronr of objections thnf tho coni
mlttco has changed it to S:30 o'clock
nt tho same plact tho oUy record
ers office.
Montorey, Cal., March 7. Waltor
C. Smith, alias Harold Radcllffo,
who passed a number of worthless
rhocka In this city and Pacific Grove,
lias escaped from Jail hero. Tho
prlsonor had boon brought to Mon
tcroy for examination on two
charges.
Pending hU departure for 8allnan
Sheriff Ncblt placed Smith In tho
city Jail. Workmen hnd boon engaged
In putting In a sower, and hnd cut n
hole In tho wnll largo enough for a
man to crawl through. Tho sheriff
did not know of -this hole in tho
wn'l, nnd gave his prlsonor the1 free
dom of tho corridor.
When Nesblt went to tho pnll for
his prisoner tho man hnd vanished.
Smith escaped from tho county Jail
at Salinas two mouths ago, and was
at largo about two months.
Tho sheriff nnd his doputlca nro
tyonrchlng tho surrounding country
todoy for Smith.
HARRiMAN
FAVORS
HUGHES
THIRD
WARD
PRIMARY
(United Prcsa Leased Wlro.)
Tonopah', Nov., March 7. Repub
licans of this city and Southern Ne
vada aro inconsed nt the notion of
agents, supposod to bo working In
tho Intersot of thi Southorn Pnolflo
railroad. In tryng to swing tho stnto
of Nevada for Hughes.
Believing that Harrlman is favor
ing Hugho. the Nevada Republi
cans aro fighting every movo that
the Southern Paclflo Is making
against th Tttft boom. Thoy believe
that 'the war ssertary la the strong
est candidate who could b put up,
uu mey nopo outer wostorn states
will lino up with Novadu for him.
m
ttSmtt BBBBBBBB
Surpassing Beauty
MaVa this Oxford apart from
tho common lot. Ita outline nro
xtiMmtly graooful. jt la oharac
trlifd by style that will win tc
well-Uwervod favor In any wo
ma' eyea. A sho that can bo
vof nMk onftdRco in Its abo
luU srte4. Just ono of tho
uuny popular sty)e of
LEADING LADY SHOES
duUmwMado liy O, P. Vnl Shou IX
TJi trad wark U.rUm thlr worth. Thj are nhoo that vear
IteHg as wcllvomfortablo from tN first and stylish to tho flalsk.
W havf them la taa, itnt kW and gun uwtal. Also tho U. P.
9mHk sktwa. A my trim and smart hooaljgfetly mannish in
9et . Ifcm'a t. jwiteut, colt nnil gun metal Oxfords, all !,
4 iwltltas. Aim boy and wlva osford.
SALEM SHOE STORE
KKiMlKUKI A WMCIALTV
, w. mm ' t. iatiwtv
With only six voters present the'
third Ward HinutiiiA irt...nw
oleoted eight delegates to tho county
ui cunvenuon, io Ue held next
cxuuniur. a ioiiewi: .. " .. mi.-. v ."".'
II. II. Smith, L. n. 8tiuson, Frank;, . .1. ,y w,nior c,oin'
Moredlth, Alonso Gasner. IJoyd U'B ,a thravra a8,J and wany shed
lift IIUAM IX k.. . 'i.'ihnlM 1.h .1. n ..
..HU.v,. ur, iscyHoius, uarrotn u uaiiawa. inon a cold wave
..iuurt. Rnu w. ii. KUlrldge,
i Not Crowd tha Season.
Th first warm daya of spring
bring with thorn a desiro to get out
and enjoy the oxhilirating air and
sun shine. Children that have heen
housed up all winter are brought
out and yau wonder where they all
MAURI Kl).
WAUNQCKMORLKY. By Coun
ty Jutlgo Seott this morning,
trHci J. Wwtuook. is ysars; fo
Jlo O, Marloy. 84. both qf-SlU
vrto. "-
HIED.
Hop(ta1.
iirvnn
vr...
Tho deceased wa ri... .r
ftllvArtnu ,) iIa ..n -.
tioa wmx him: hu wu, mm
SH' or 8ft,"J hrothw,
Christ laif L.. or Pratum; Ktull aa
Albert 11.. f Siivrton. sisters. Mrs.
uo Httf, Mrs. Iik DIek aadi
.Mr, uim oick. of SilvrtQa; Mr.
HV1?. Co1ru- f akwfttd. Oal.
and Mr. Kmtua Uaviitu nt iMni.i
Th wmalRs wUl W ant ta SJtver
tonf wktro tse tuner&i tu i.a ki,i !
toms and poopl say that grip is
opldoiuie. Colds at this season aro
even pvro dangerous than in mhl.
winter, as ther Is uwioh more dan
ger of fwtumMla. Take Chamber
lain's Cowgh nmdy. howovor. and
you will haw nothing to foar. it al
ways euros, and wo havo never
known a cold ta nmhU In pneumonia
wh It was used. It is pleasant
and safe to take. Qhiidrou Hk it.
Mr. Albort Eagen, Musb Mnrgnrotc
Eagen and Mass Margeurito Ostrandi
er hnvo gono to Chemekota for nn
over-Sunday visit.
Mr. R. Alexander, wlfo nnd daugh
ter, Olive, of Oregon City, havo been
visiting hero. They woro so favor
nbly impressed with Salem that thoy
may dccldo to locato hero.
Miss Jcsslo Probst Is going to
Sllvcrton, whero alio will tench
school for tho rest of this icrm.
Miss Helen Glonson will spend
Sundny in Portland with her parents
and friends.
Mistress J. A. Fnrlow and baby,
Wlllma, of Jcfforson, nro hero to vis
it her mother.
Mrs. C. H. Chnpol Is In Portland
on an ovor-Sunday visit.
Cora Miller Is In Woodburn to
visit and attend tho teachers' insti
tute. State Superintendent of Schools J.
II. Ackcrman has loft New York, and
Is expected to nrrivo In Salem tho
latter part of next week, making two
stops on tho way West.
George O. Goodall, secretary of
tho Railroad Commission, hns gono
to Portlnnd for a fow days' vlilt
with relatives and frlonds.
John Farrar, assistant postmaster.
haa gono to Portland for a two-daya'
visit with his mother.
Mrs. Lulu Martin-Boll and daugh
ter havo gono to Portland to resldo.
Hortonco Eploy is In Portlnnd on
a short visit.
Mrs. M. A. Armstrong is return
ing to Wnllaco. Idaho.
J. L. Sklpton has decided to Uvo
In Seattle.
Mrs. M. Stanton has been In Port
land to attend a meeting of tho La
dlofl of tho Maccabees.
Miss Margaret Mump, a teacher
of Turner, Is visiting hor parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mump, of this
city.
Miss Ida Wlppor, of Tumor, Is
here an business.
MhB Nellie Lucia, who was visit
ing friends n Albany, has roturned
homo.
Mrs. D. L. Fields is going to tnkol
marge or in music in a revival
mooting nt Shedd.
Mrs. W. D. Porter, who -hns been
vIUIng hero hna returned to Shedd.
Mrs. A. A. Jossup, of Boise, la hero
to visit Mrs. Strang.
Mrs. C. B. Wittlngton has been
visiting Mrs. Lloyd, of this city. Sho
ha returned to Corvallls.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McCain aro in
Brownsville for a- short visit.
Mrs. A. W. Dragor Is visiting hor
son in Mehama.
Mildrod Currol is up from Port
land far a short visit .
Mrs. Arnold, from Milwauklo. is
visiting her father, Mr. T. M. Klr
by, in this cty.
Attorney A. M. Crawford is In'
Monmouth, where he will act as one
of the Judges in the Intercollegiate
debating contest.
W. II. Dancy, local mannger of
tho local telephone company, went
to Aurora on business.
County Fruit Inspector Armstrong
was in Albany Friday evening at
tending to business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Booth went to
Albany to ntttnd the lodge meeting
of tho Maccabees.
O B. Hoyt, tho prospective
dldate for couuly commlsslosefj
iiviiu x'iiuuy,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hiicrms
ivuuvu uy miss aiarguerlte Lo
lenvo tonight for n three or
..V..I.UO nvuuiug Wir
C. W. M"aynard. tx.trn,.
tho state oX Washington, a aJ
iur in mis Biaic yesterday,
Mildred Bagley returned
afternoon from a visit In the
iropous.
STARR PIAN
HIGH CLASS G00D3
GEO. C. WILI
wneenaiMMMiMiij
Norwich Union Fire
Insurance .
Frank Meredith, Resident At
Office with Wm. Brown k CoJ
29 Commercial street
9"
MONEY TO M
Over Ladd ft
THOS. K. !
Buxh's Daok.Stl
MIIIIIIUHIHIIHH
NEW TODA1
iMmi
For 8lc Several houses la
and farm 'nnds at a baifila.1
Ital National Dank. t-U
Wanted A position as stenog
by young lndy In a bank or i
Has worked In a bank th :
years, and can furnish the M
references. Address P 0.1
371. Salem. Or MW
For Sale Larso body and
grade uccond-growth flr,
1417 or 1283. Dovrnlnc k
1-14
A Social Dance Will be sir
W. L. Wade's hall, North
Btreot. 8alera. Ore, on S'
evening, March 7 190S
nleco orchestra Good t'si
sured. Evorybody InrlteJ,
3
j?or Sale Dry wood Phoo
Also' wanted a home weljlt
orunward. M P Denali
J-Mtl
MORKLUIn (lor rate. Omkoh, Frli;
llav 'Vlnnnh 1? 1UAO - '., .1
m . Mra. Joseph Mori, wif oHFH)r a,e at Dr- stae, drK store.
.mw iiw joxpn ,MorM, assd Tar
v4Vt XVI I'ttVUUtUHW
LICHTY.At th Salem
rrmay. Aiarcn c. i3 t
.'awsa?- "" - ' - ''--. o,7t;";
CMU for CUy Warrautn.
Notice U hrtk gtvn that there
aro fund en hand applicable to tha
oaiMai eauorcea "Xot paid for
want of funds." Holder of said war
rants will pbHua present them for
payment at tho om of th under
algaeU. No. U9 suth Cowraerclai
street, as !atmt will caso from
ana aftor tala dat
FRANK MEREDITH,
City TrAsurar
SU, Orexos, ifareh 4, iaas.
JL M
lYiuir
can-
For Rent Desk room to th.
man. W. A Listen J7
street '
For Sl? A roat sn?" H ir1
of a mllo from station oo Pi
Salem electric haf RI'
Will divide into small trw
ner acre. W. A LWtoa Jit
street
ii. .. l-i tmm s la H
l jwiict .& fill- .' - '-v4
old for compan'en to i
home, or wou'J adopt, u
nn t.nt. ii,bi mati;re l j
o?. 7;V 3-:
oiaie autxi
TODAY'S SPECIALS
PINKAPPLKS 35
COl'.VTRV MliVTS
Tondorloiu. Spare Ribs, Sausag
Tho vr ry boat country cured Ham.
b-on, shoulders. Every one g'
huteed, MACKEREL
Tho Very Choloeat of the Catoh.
SAIGON BELUGS.
Try somo of those fine CoJwh'
Rjvirt thoy are suro to please.
ORANGES,
Don't miss them, tho htst in SaN"
at right prices.
CHICKENS
An extra flue lot of dressed chlek
from the country- Order early. J
wo will do our best to please you.
45 State
Grocery
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