Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 16, 1908, Page 5, Image 5

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FIREBUG
AFTER THE
UPPER-TEN
EMPEROR
OF AUSTRIA
VERY ILL
U. STOCKTON
.
Xhe Old White Corner
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALBM, OREGON, MONDAY MARCH 16, 1H)8.
I IN A GLASS CASE I
I - mmmmmmmmm I
fecial Tomorrow Only
BOYS' wais is
21
c
each
... mKmntnf all new Waists for boys in dark
Ij jMrdiifffl colors, of percale, cheviot, and madras
Jiitl ( the 35c values shown in large cities
Special 21c each
NEW SHIPMENT OF
WEATERS
finest Quality pure worsted sweaters In .light Oxford trimmed
1 ordinal.
$4.00
iHcii pure worsted swoators in cardinal, whlto and light Oxford,
IntbVitrlo neck, buttoned all down tho Wont with largo buttons
$3.50
ki wonted Jerseys, cardinal trimmed In navy andr navy trimmed
itfdlul. Outtonod down front with largo pearl buttons.
$3.00
'
Jtkr Taluos In all colors and kinds).
50c to $6.00
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iCAXS FILING
IX MARION COUNTY.
lfcMciai uro not going to wait
fSrfuttonj from tho county cen-
IssBlUce, but aro filing their
for representative.
.I'oyd T Reynolds has nlso
Kuitandldato, opposed to Stnto-
iSo.1
I'-rt Hoedlo on Saturday filed
fwoi for nomination to tho of-
ti Jwtite of tho peace, on tho
a ticket
LSimwal. of Macleay. filed
,toa for nomination on tho
a ticket to the offleo of
Lwwjr representative. Ho is
I to SUtenient No. i.
ft Adklna, of Scotta MIIU, this
nl with tho county olork
tfitloa for nomination as Ma-
.mty representative, subjoct
nnmoiican primaries. Ho
n rote for the Republloan
tor raited Str't senator
who rccolvos tho largest luimbpr of
votes.
'er Seed
fT d n v.rv n.
IMtition nad ua wmii.l ,i.
itobuj early If you
4 0 SO- any Thn nrliu.
p&Me to idvanrw n ..
HMour nrif u .,.
1 holo8ie price else-
Te tha finest )n ..
F! that we have vnr
"itock Plaffl ,.,. ,.
tUllo yon fan tunrn
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fed Peas
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buy ouw
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big dU-
A MINOR WHO
GOT LIQUOR.
Hnrry Wcstcott, tho young man
who lwn boon taken into custody sev
eral times, Is again in troubJo and
locked up In tho city Jail on tho
dhnrgiof oauslng a disturbance. Sat
urday aftornoon ho secured boiuo
liquor, and, whllo partially Jntoxioat
oil, bognn annoying somo lnborors
working about tho Cottage Hotel,
and finally caused tho mon to conso
work. Chartes Savage, who wan In
oharge of tho men, attempted (o havo
tho boy desist .from his mnllclous fnm
but tho young tormontor continued.
Savngo lost hla putlonco, nnd seized
tho boy, intending to hold hlm for
tho city marahu' but his prostnor got
moro violent, and bit Savngo's hand
wovaral tlmea. Hj was thbn hustled
to tho Jail, whoro Is now. Ho will bo
brought to trial ob soon tu .tho par
ties who sold tho liquor can bo found.
Thoy wiill bo'prosocutod for selling
Jiquor to Westcott, who Is a minor,
but 20 yoaro of age.
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Personal Mention
Mrs. Ed. Keen is In Portland on
a business and pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O, Crawford re
J turned to their homo In Albany last
evening (or a short visit with rela
tives and friends in this city.
Mrs. Arthur Block, of Portland,
came up Saturday on the electric to
spend Sunday with, hor parents, Mr.
land Mrs. Joshua Smith. She re
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.lurnea tnts morning.
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Arivnncu Agent in Town
11. P. Hill, advance agent of the
Burgomaster, was Jn town today, and
after a conference with Manager
Moredtth, of the Grand opera house,
positively announced the date of tho
big oiwra as Maroh 27. Ruth Whlto
will be seen as "Willie," and Qus
Wolnborg as the original "Burgomaster."
(United Press Leased Wlro.)
Denver, Colo., March 16. For the
tonth time within the past year and
the thini time Blnco Wednesday, tho
fashionable Bernard apartment house
at Wcot Eighth, avenue and South
Elovonth street, wag sot aflro at 3
o'clock this morning. The blaze was
accompanied by a etampedo of tho
tenants. Only after dosporato work
did tnie firemen succeed in checking
the flames,
Bofore tho firebug started tho
blazo, he cut the main electric supply
wlro. As a, result tho entlro building
was In darknesT, and1 It wns this
which threw tho hundreds of tenants
into a panic.
Both exits opened Inward, and In
tih'o mod rush It was Impossible to
get tho doors opon until tho pollco
smashed tho glass and the firemen
turned n stream of water on tho
rocddeiied' tenants to forco them
back. Tho doors woro then opened,
and the tenants, a number of them
sovoroly Injured, were released.
MINER PLUNGES
A GAME
OF ROULETTE
(United Pres3 Leased Wire.)
Paris, March 16. Information
here today Indicates that the state
of health of tho Emperor Franx
Joseph, of Austria, Is muctv moro ao-
rlous than is givon out in the Vlon
na reports. Audiences have beon
Buspondod, and It Is regarded aa cer
tain that tho projected Jubilee plans
wlU have to bo abandoned. Though
reports say tho emperor la only suf
fering a cold, prlvato advice have It
that this Illness la a recurrence of
tho malady whlah almost terminated
fatally a short tlmo ago.
GANSWILL
NOT COME
TO COAST
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Reno, Nov., March 1C. Fortuno
has again turned hor smllo on Riley
Grannan. Last night In Carl
Young's place, ho "ran a shoestring
Into a tnnnory" nt tho roulotto whool
and Is reported to havo quit $52,000
wlnnor. Today Grannnn announces
that ho will use tho "roll" to back
n bank In a now p'neo of his. own
here.
Tho plunker started In "piking"
with a fow llttlo bots and discov
ered that his phonomlnal luck was
with him. Ho then began to buck
tho tiger, and continued his win
nings, aintll on his last bot, which ho
lost, ho had Young's place In Jeop
ardy, the latter having wagered his
saloon on tho caprlco of tho llttlo
ball, ngalnst $17,000 of Grannnn's
winnings. i
A THUG
ASSAULTS
A WOMAN
(United Press Loosed Wlro.)
San Francisco, March 16. Thoro
aro hundreds of disappointed sports
In and around Snn Francisco bo
causo of tho announcement that tho
Gans-Attoll fight, scheduled for
March 31, has beon declared off. Tho
two clevw ring generals woro to
havo fought a lC-round contest.
Tho match was off when Gans sont
word to San Francisco yesterday
that ho would bo unablo to como
West on account of legal mnttors
that required his attention in Balti
more. It Is alroady agreed by tho
promotors of tho fight that Battling
Nelipn Is acceptable as a substitute.
Ho will take Gans plac,o In tho ring
unless thoro Is another hitch. Tho
mon will fight at 132 pounds, weigh
ing" In at G o'clock.
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TO UNITE
ALL THREE
CITIES
KVKRY SUIT LOOKS WELL, BUT HOW WILL IT ArPBAK AF
TER A COUPLE O FMONTHS' WEAR? IT'S UNDER ACTUAL
SERVICE CONDITIONS THAT THE U. K. W. MEN'S CLOTHING
SHOWS ITS TRUE WORTH. EVERY COAT IS TROPERLY LINED,
HAIR CLOTH FRONT AND COLLAR STIFFENING PRESERVES
THE CORRECT SHAPE OF THE COLLAR AND LAPELS. EVERY
DEMAND OF FASHION IS COMPLIED WITH IN SELECTING COR
REOT FABRICS AND IN DESIGNING. THE GARMENTS
WE SAVE YOU SEVERAL DOLLARS ON EVERY SUIT BE
CAUE OUR STORE MANAGEMENT IS ECONOMICAL' 1AND WE
DO A STRICTLY SPOT CASK BUSINESS, THEREFORE HAVE
NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO ADD TO OUR PRICES. THAT'S WHY
WE UNDERSELL "REGULAR STORE.' ' , ' j
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QUEEN
SHOES.
For
ft !SS&
?Wt i.
U. 'LVL. - 'H.
IKV Nflk , 6
IX) GIVE SATISFACTION DUR
ING THE RAINY SEASON YOUR
SHOES MUST RE BUILT OF
SOLID LEATHER. THAT'S WHY
YOU SHOULD LOOK FOR TIIKB
5 STAR TRADE MARK WHICH
STANDS FOR ALL THAT'S GOOD
IN RfODERN 8II01LKING.
EVERY PAIR IS BUILT TO GIVE
SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
(.United Pross Leased .VjrctJ
San Pfnnolsco, Miiroh 16. Suffer
ing from tho effecU of a murderous
attack mado upon hor by a thug, who
donlt her two vicious blows with a
blackjack, Mrs. Charles Roynalds,
wife of n woolthy mining man. Id to
day bolng congratulated by scorqa of
friends on her forbunnto oscapo from
moro serious Injuries.
After spending tho ovonlng with
frlonds, Mrs. Roynolds started home,
passing through tho fashlonnblo dis
trict Sho was passing a prlvato
driveway when .a thug leaped out
solzed.hfcr, and then, foiled her wkh
a terrific blow. While Mrs" Reynolds
was lying, in h opii-qpnsclous condi
tion,. tho holdup selzqd her ungloved
hand and tried to wrench off hor dia
mond rings In splto of hor dazed
condition she resisted the assailant
and called for help. When the thug
heard tho roaldonta throw up tholr
windows and open doors, he fled.
r(Unltod Pross Leased Wlro.)
Snn Firanolsco, March 16. Tho
llnns to cousoltdato Oakland, Alame
da And Borkeley havo taken doflnlto
form, and It Is now probablo that
tho question will bo submitted to a
vote not kitor than Juno.
Tho mnttor has boon dlscussod In
formally by clubs nnd otlior organi
sations, but It was not until yewtor
dny that tho Oakland chamber of
commorcc announced a meeting to bo
hold Thursday for the sole purpose
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tAJWSt&i D&4S&
&&TJfavieai gfa
WE UNDERSELL "REGULAR STORKS" ON EVERYTHING FOR
THE WHOLE FAMILY,
SENATOR'S DAUGHTER TO
WED ITALIAN COUNT.
(Unltod Pross Lcasod Wlro.)
Washington, March 10. Llttlo
crcdonco Is placed hero In tho report
that tho Dttko do Abruzzl, Italy's fa
mous naval commander nnd explor
er. Is to wod tho daughter of Senator
121 kins, n tho Gonon, Italy, roport
of yostorday has It,. Tho roport Is
not a now one, and has boon rotated
ly boon donlod by both Miss Elklus
and tho senator.
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Mr. Jonn Ulna or vining, in., say
I "I linvu lirwin anlllmr nnWIII'i Iflilnnv
of launching a campaign, that it no-.nnd na(ltjor Pg for nbout n yoftr
timtiy came to tne ironu ir mo and thoy givo bettor satisfaction than
nronosltlon Is adouted at tho noils a any PI I ovor sold. I Havo used
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STARR PIANO
HIGH CLm ooom
GEO. C. WILL
Norwich Union Fire
Insurance Sockty
Proiik MemlltJi, Resident Agent.
Oflico with Wm. Brown & Co., No.
29 Commorclal street.
new city nnd county government will
be formtd, to control the prosont mu
nielpallticM, and tho population will
b lnorenbd nt loast 300.000.
RIOTERS C0NTR01 IN I1AUTI
(Continued from page one.)
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: W k SONS
U WMi160
Roosters Tonight
What may bo tho last meetinc of
the Boosters' olub will be held at
the Board of Trade rooms tonight
8av?ra.l important commute will
report, when the Invitation of tho
Board of Trade to Join that body will
be taken up and acted upon.
IF YOU KNOW,
The merits o the Texas Wonder, yo
would never suffer from kidney,
bladder or rheumatic trouble. 1
bottle, two months' treatment, sold
DROVE GOOD
MAN OUT
OF 0FFIGE
i
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Washington, Maroh 16. Dr. H.
W. Wiley, ohlef of the bureau of
chemistry, department of agricul
ture, and foe of adulterations tn food
and drugs, is reported to be serious
ly considering resigning his office.
Tho manufacturers who Joined la
protest agtinst his rigid ruling in the
application of the pure food lav are
said to havo practically sucoeeded in
eliminating him.
Dawson, the Albany druggist, was
aoqulttsd of violating the local op
tion law by a Jury that was not out
16 minutes Saturday,
o
oy a. u. ston) drug store, or by mall. ... ..A llMIa '.,..-,. ,iu ai,i k.
iTMUsaoalals wHk ack tottle. iu drHggIts.
and Germany are hastening to tho
scene of trouble, and It Is expected
that Minister Furnlss wlM ask tho
Washington government for protec
tion today. The British oruisers In
defatigable and Cresoent left hero at
daybreak, one to each port, and tho
Frwioh cruiser D'Estrces Is sailing
under rush orders from Santiago do
Cuba for Port au Prince.
The trouble, which has been brew
ing for somo weeks, was brought to
a head on Saturday when Ganoral Lo
con to became convinced that con
spirators against his administration
were operating from tho Frenoh con
sulate. Under the terms of a reoeut
agreement political foes of Leconte
wer granted immunity , from prose-
outioR, provided they would leave
the country at once. The agreoment
was made with the Froneb govrn
meat, and tho refugees were collect
lag at the Frenoh consulate at Gon-
alvss- Saturday a letter written by
General Flreem, under date of March
1, at the Frenoh consulate, and ad
dressed 4o M. Masslllon Coloou. a
prominent author and political foe of
Leooate, fell into the tatter's hand,
LlH It were references to the convplr-
aey against Leconte, and a list of
names.
The Inialster aS the Interior gave
the Ht of names to his brother,
chief of staff to the president, with
orders that the conspirators be ar
rawed and punisbsd. The asiasslHa
ties followed. Today'Leeoate repu
diated the kitting, and deelare that
they werw without his orders. R is
believed, however, that he sanetloned
the ostlen of his brother. If he did
net actually iasplre it.
them myaolf with fine results." Sold
by all druggists
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Bargains
In
MONEY TQ LOAN
THOS. K. FORD.
Ovor Lodd & Bufh's Bank, Salem, O
aiimiigtuifjuiatjsjg
NEW TODAY
Shoes
Best saIo of shoo-j Uils sea
son Big reductions on well
krown makes you got satis
faction in these kind of shoos.
Hundreds of men, womon and
children, and, In many cases,
wholu families, have ue.n and
bought theso splendid and re
liable shoes wo are selling so
much loss than over " boforo.
They're ll tuAv every patr
perfect, and w warrant them
to be standard goods of vp-luw.
Just as we represent In this ad.
You can't get such good shoos
rn where else at such low
prices as these. We've shoes
for everybody, and we've tnado
the piietM far far loweer than
these qualities hrvo ever been
sold for before. The ridiculous
claim asd exaggerations made
by rotne dealers havo no place
in a sale so geoulno. so linjkor
tant, and so worthy of your at
tention jus this This store (s
properly named the
BARGAIN
SHOE STORE
OVCrYS OiD STAND
Himnmnmnmnnw
Wmitcd A position as stenographs?
by young Indy n a bank or office.
Has worked in a bank the past U
years, and can, furnish tho best of
roforoncoa. Address p. O. Box
271, Salem, Or. 2-20-tf
For KnloLargo body and bwt
grade second-growth fir. Phone
H17 or 1283. Downing ft Eo!f.
2-8-tf
For Hale Soveral housos- in Balem.
and farm 'nnds at a bargain. Cap
ital National Bank. 6-1-cod, .
Just Arrived Kino now stock of
marble and granlUt monuments,
Wo can save you money as we
pay no big rent or oily taxes. Cpme
and get our prices and bo ton"
vluced. Shop in City View Corn
etory. J. I). Ilohanan, Phono 1200,
Salem. ' 3-10-tf.
Wanted At onoe, two or thro rooms
or a Bniull qottago. Enquire of
Annora M. Woloh. nt tho Variety
Store. 3-10-3t
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For Hulv Harrod Plymouth Rook
eggs, GQo for lp; ul$o two fine
Plymouth Rook roosters for wile,
2 oaeh. Enqulro of W. H. Bunn,
968 South Sixteenth street.
3-i0-3t
Htumlinl RiifT Leghorn Rggm Fpr
hatching, f i per hundred. 78c for
16; would let responsible person
hutch a' few hundred on shares.
Phone Farmer 621. U. D. Fields,
routo 1. 3-lC-3t
For Hal0.a)ro farm, 7-room
house, barn S474, grauary, ohtck
tn house, spring water, farm
fenced with woven wire, second
bottom land, it acres In crop, t'W
her on farm will pay for same, all
kinds of fruit, Latham Laad Cvw
py. 1-Wt