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DAILY CAPITAL JOPRMAft, .gAUllOWWlft TOAY, FEDIWAHY 96. HHKL
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TfttrERfcs v fN
JtHlr . mr to the fact tliat wo arc miuumig uur
y3ptal. thus enabling us to Bell High
i. onr own cap "W' . thr.ltv. We do
TyTwSandlM but for dependable, goods
tf J"" Price
A large new assortment of very ser
viceable and attractive suspenders
By far the handsomest and largest
display of new shirts-50c to $4.00
Also a big line of work shirts
More new overalls than we ever!
handled before. The most durable!
and the verv best I
, icc finods '
. .a havo nbso-
K'.... Wo hnve n
6?" .. ui oonmn'a
Fuc i.i nffnntn In
FrttirU, canard, dark Co-
w reda, pencu "
.. ..finmnnn nild
Ercir re old ros0' rcse(la,
F -j ..1,11 a nrn Til 11 rll
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Ejjej (o meet your noods
Summer Wash floods
Tho largest Btock ot dainty Bum
mer gqods that we havo over car
ried. Thousands, of yards of pretty
fluffy goods, all that the latest
fashion decrees' ehall bo worn
pretty, dnlnty and fashionable, and
many different patterns to choose
from nil now.
So many more than wo can call
attontlon to In our nds. Corao and
seo thorn, " .
WIS NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
sny more than we can call attention to in our ads.
Come ana see xnem
CUSHMAN WANTS PLUMS
FOR FAMILY USE ONLY
Tncomn, Fob. 26. Tho roport from
Washington, D. C, to tho offect that
Congressman Cushman of Tncomn,
through an agreehient with Senator
Piles of Seattle, will be allowed to
nnnie his brother, Ed Cushman, as
tho new federal Judge for this dis
trict, will undoubtedly bring forth a
determined protest from prominent
members of the bar.
The fact that Congressman Cush
man is attempting to keep tho federal
plum in the lamlly, however, is not
the basis for the complaint. Promi
nent attorneys hero object to tho ole
vntion of Ed Cushmnn becauso of his
attitude upon progressive govern
mental and civic issues. His position
on these matters is aptly stated In his
own words used at tho timo when
Francis J. Heney was Bhot down In
Snn Francisco recently. On learning
of the attempted assassination, Cush
man is reported to have bald: "That's
good. I wish he had boon killed.
He deserved It."
SALEM HIGH WILL .
p MEET JUNCTION CITY
The Salem high school debating
team went to Junction -City this
morning to debato and settle tho
question whether "the country should
maintain the unit school administra
tion, rather than the present district
Salem lina the nfflrtnnHrn. nn.1 in
represented by tho following bright
..Professor Eastham, .who has
coaclW the team, accompanied thorn.
This is the third debato" for tho
Salem team, it having won tho two
previous ones. This debate settles
tho district championship. If Salem
wins, the team will meet the South
ern Oregon champions for stato honors.
' Joseph Kollor, n watchman, whoso
CASE FOR HENEY ' "od' ,wnB ftond, ft, r",'r1oni1 ,trnck
;te,1 announce that tho man had been
JfJ Feb 20 Following killed for giving informntlcm to tho
lotion Ituo the death of ' authorities ngnltiRt tlmbor thieves.
JORDAN WILL TELL
WHAT HE DOESN'T KNOW
Stanford University, Cal., Feb. 2C.
With the object of drafting interna
tional laws to cover fisheries and fish
ing in tho wntcrs on the boundary
lines between the United States and
Canada, E. E. Prince special com
missioner for Orcnt britnlu and tho
Dominion of Canada, will arrlvo hero
within the next few days to confor
with D. S. Jordan, United States apo
The lnwa which those authorities
will ovolvo will sot to rest many
questions which hnvo bcon tho cnuso
of International disputes horotoforo.
Tho result of the conference, with a
draft of the Inws, will bo presented
to President Tnft on Juno 3 by Jor
dnn and to the British parliament by
Prince. Tnft will put tfio roport bo
fore the next congress, and should it
and parliament approve of tho laws
embodied, they will becomo pnrt of
tho International codo.
Marshall Is "Unco" Good.
Indlnnnpolis, Ind.f Fob. 2C. Gov
ernor Marshall today votood tho bill
permitting Sunday baseball in this
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Buy where you find (he largest slock, the greatest Ya
riety of patterns and the lowest prices.
You will find dozens of patternsmany of them ex
elusive with us ranging from the good every day ingrain to
fc Royal Wilton.
FIBRE CARPET: Art,8t,c ,n color
anit.m id.- ideal floor covering for
nwping n.uu, full yard wide; per
-J ..l auj uid kqq
INGRAIN CARPET: An Qo-
'u. dnj On-mai patterns, suitable
'orat loom in the houso; per yard,
h1 ana l.ui' -jf-
TAPESTRY CARPET: Uost mad
' in body
Bniueig deslnns; many patterns to
lt from ill Orlantal nnrl flnrnl
Pr rd. sewed and
.AXMINSTER CARPET: Thoacmo
of e 1 o
gnnco, soft and luxurlnnt.to tho trond;
a lurgo vnrloty of pattorns to seloot
from; por yaid, sewod and
A magnificent grado
made from boat
ground cork and pure linseed oil; -tile,
floral and conventional designs;
per yard, laid QQq up
INLAID LINOLEUM: The k,nd
clear through to the back; will give
a lifetime of service; tile, wood and
mosaic patterns; per yard,
aW $1 UP
WHICH WILL SEND
THE WORST SHOWS?
(United Press Leased Wire.
Chicago, Feb. 2G. After tho ac
quirement of tho booking control
of GG theatres in Iowa and Illnols for
a consideration of $275,000, tho
Shubcrt Bros, today bavo becomo a
Btrongor and more dangorous rlal
of tho Klaw & Erlanger theatrical
syndicate. It is bolloved that tho
move of tho Shubcrts presages a hit
ter light for tho control of tho Chica
go theatrical world. ,
The circuit acquired by tho Shu
borts had a working agreement with
Klaw & Earlangor, who havo lu oto
foro represented It In tho East. Tho
Arm Bttll retains booking control of
moro than 200 theatres in tho terri
tory entered by tho Shubcrts, but It
Is bolloved that tho Bhuborts will ob
nln tho bookings of territory from
Indiana to tho gulf, along tho Miss
OFF BY GASOLINE
San Francisco, Fob. 20. Aflor
having soaked his hands In gasollno
to remove pnlnt stains, -Frank Duntr.,
whose homo is a Sausullto, picked up
a lighted oil Inmp nt tho Vallojo
street wharf this morning. In an In
stant his hands wero covered with
flames. Without hesitating a mo
ment he Jumped from tho wharf Into
th 6 water below and extinguished tho
flames. Ho than awaiu to tho ploj
and nftor claniborlng'i'ui a ropo, ran
to the Harbor omergoncy hospital,
whoro ho was treated.
Tho bones of his hands woro about
nil (hat were left, tho groator purt of
tho flesh having boon burned away.
Iinntz hnd Just Mulshed painting a lit
tle launch, which h& owns, whon tho
Are doctors crood for anything
Foolish question 1 Yet some people act as ft a medicine could J
taKe tne place ot auoctori i ne Dcstmeuicinc in me worm cannot
do this. Have a family doctor, consult him frequently. If we did
not believe doctors endorsed Aver's Cherry Pectoral for coughs
and coldsf we would not' offer it to you. . h?nilv&'.
R0SAN0 HAS A FEW
(United Press Leasod Wlro.)
Berkeley, Cal., Fob. 20. Whilo
suffering from cancer, L. Rosano, a
patient, armed with a surgical Instru
ment, and clad In his night clothing,
last night wrecked tho furnishings ot
tho Cancer Hospital horo, and ter
rorized tho other Inmates and nursos
until finally subduod by tho police
He now Ilea in a precarious condition
nt tho Central Hospital, whoro hit
mental condition will bo oxarainod.
Kosano, in hto.domontia, slashed
window curtains, upholstery and bid
ding. He broko chairs, glass jas
nnd apparatus, and throw 'open all
tho doors and windows of tho bullJ
lng. Nurses succoedod In attracting tho
attention of cltlzonB, who summotiod
the police, and Rosano was ovorpow
ored nnd disarmed. .
SHUBERT BROTHERS OR
KLAW & ERLANGER
POLITICS IIUIXKD SPARKS.
NVvmlii'h Lnto Governor Lost All In
Struggle for OIllco.
tUuitcd Tress Leased Wire
San Francisco, Fob,-20. Tho pros
pects of n match botwoon Johnny
Coulon and Monto Attoll on St. Pat
rick's day aro bright today, accord
ing to Jimmy Coffroth, who has plans
mnde out for ataglng tho match nt
his Mission nronn.
Coulon tolcgraphod Coffroth that
ho would moot tho winner; of tho At-
toll-Mornn flglit shortly, hoforo that
battle, nnd Is said to havo doolarod
that ho would fight at 115 pounds,
nnd that tho wolght nocd not bo mndo
nt tho ringside
It Is bolloved "ITiat Coulon hna ac
cepted tho Inducomontn offorod by
Coffroth, nnd thnt ho will loavo Now
York booh for this city.
Attoll's manager, Hnrry Foley,
gave out n statement that Attall
would meet Coiulon at 115 pounds utx
hours boforo ontoring tho ring. At
toll Is also willing to moot Walsh
nnd Rcngnn again.
With Coulon claiming tho bantam
chnmplonBhlp In tho East, and Attoll
Inylng claim to tho tltlo In tho 'West,
n match betweon tho two would
mnko a good card for Coffroth.
TEE DOG WAS AT
Santa Fe, N. M Fob. 2 C After
finding n wallet containing $5000 in
currency nnd notes, n dog owned by
Frank Owen wbb today presented
with a valunblo collar by B. F. Pan
key of Topckn, Kan., owner of tho
Owen's dog which Is a thorough
bred sottor, carried the wallet to his
master's oftico last night and It is
bellovod ho picked it up in tho street.
Inflammation of the blad
der, urinary troubles and
and Bladder Pilla
Trial For 25c
K. O. DsWITT At CO.. Chlcnxe, I1L
SOLI) 11Y ALT. DEALERS.
Reno, Nov., Fob. 20. Tho homo
ranch of tho Into Govornor Sparks
has been sold nt public auction hero
by tho Bhorlff to tho Farmers & Men
chants Bank of Reno for f 0,709.25.
Tho property includes 317 ncros of
land with Imnrovamonts und walor
rights. Tho governor, nt ono time,
was rated ono of tho wealthiest mon
in tho stato, but spont most of. his
fortune being elected governor und
trying to bo elected United Stalot
We court comparison in quality and price, and ur
"Hy request iliat you call and look through the stock be
"" ""king any selection.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
WITH FIFTY GIRLS
At last n ronl, genulno comic oporo,
prosontcd by a company of exception
al morlt, will prove qulto an Innova
tion to local music lovor. That
musical gem, "The Burgomaator,"
with many of tho first nnd original
company Is booked to appear nt tho
Grand Opera House Friday, March 5.
Tho present company Is headed oy
Harry Hermosen and Ruth White,
who are both well known to the com
ic opera stage, and the supporting
company numbers over half a hun
GHAFT-PLOT I? OIIICAGO.
AS WISE A JUDGE AS
WAS GOOD PORTIA
(United PresH Leasod Wlro.j
Frankfort. Ky., Fob. 20 Nuwhiiii-poi-H
throughout tho state today are
commenting favorably upon tho ac
tion of Govornor AugustitH Wlllnofi.
who jostonlny pardoned tho publlflh
ors of the Loulsvlllo Horald, charged
In two countlufl with urlmlnally II-
bolliiK Judgo Thomas P. Cook nnd
Commonwealth Attorney I). P. Smith
In counootlou with tho night-rider
trials In woBturn Kentucky. In 1ar
donlng tho nowspapor muii. Governor
"If tho courtB don't put an ond (o
tho ruin of orlino In tho counties in
which the Judgo nnd tho common
wealth attorney aro olootod to'uphnld
law and ordor, tho only hopo of per
manent rolluf from such conditions Is
an oullghtonfld publlo sontlmunt
nrousod by tho pross of tho country,
and Instend of punishing tho news
pa por which mnkos a fight against
Ktu'h cnndltloiiH, It should he rogardud
as fulfilling n duty."
Of going to traveling and llttlo known,
optlclauH not only do thuy In nunit
cusoh tnko your money and glvo no
rollef but thoy vory ofton cause moro
troublo through poor work.
Our reputation lu tho foundation
of our business our work Is alwayo
Lot us pnmliio your oyos.
Tho Puro Pood nnd Drug tw
Sit(Kinkct'lR-p .Iut Tell Who "Men
Higher Up" Are.
Has not only brought tho puro
foods nnd drugs of the country up tp
a hlghor standard of purity, hut It
has eliminated tho harmful medicines
wlh which this country was Uoodod.
Suoh medicine 'howevor, as Lydln
E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound,
purely a roots and herbs product,
will contlnuo its beneficial work
This Ih our Hpeclnlly. Wo have
homo choice need oats, Boed 9
wheat, H80d barloy, votoh seed,
field pons, uto. Wo havo our
own power oloanor and clean
tho grain lu good shape hoforo
offering It on tho market. You
will find our prlcos the lowoat
lu the city, quality considered.
Wo have Home choice Beod potn
tow on hand. Also want to
buy any good oarly variety.
Aro u)iik high prices. Ilrlng
(hum In now.
D. A. White & Sons
f United Press Uued Wlre.l
Chicago, Feb. 26. An alleged
grafting plot, said to Involve Chica
go politicians of state-wide Influence.
was responsible for the appearance
of nearly 100 saloonkeepers befoie
tho grand Jury. They were fac-d
with tho alternative of Indictment toe
maintaining gambling devices or ie-
vealing tho Identity of those to whota
they are alleged to have paid tribute.
The cllojue to wjilcn the tribute u
sftld to have been paid is alleged to
have divided 160,000 within a yeai,
through farming out unlawful privi
leges to keepers of salooia.
Any of thej lOc and 15c Values for
dust pan. 1-qf. dipper mixing spoon
mouse trap covered pail quart measuro
rat trap ,. coffeepot Boriihbjng brush
rolling pin '" geiii pan potato mnsher
egg beater fwashpan . . lurgo hniuuier
Ice shave clean-cut cake tin mixing bowl
Ire holder milk strainer granite oup
can opener milk pan curtain rod
;Thei Gblden Rule! Bazaar
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