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B. A. MAHAiJ
IS KILLED II!
IS SHOT BT BOT McCLALLEX, OX
THE STREET LATTER WAS AC
(OMTAMIXG TOrSO TVOMAS
BOTH ADMIRED, FBOX THE
rXITED PBESS LEASED WIBI.
Roseburg, Ore., March 14. In the
presence of Miss Lillian Spiker, with
whom he had been to the theater Roy
McClallen, a local abstracter and a
member of a prominent Douglas
county family, shot and killed B. A.
Mahan, proprietor of a plumbing
store, shortly before midnight The
encounter took place on the principal
business street of Roseburg.
In jail today McClallen said' that
be shot in self defense and that Ma
han was attempting to draw a gun
when he was shot. A revolver was
found on the body of Mahan. Mc
Clallen says Mahan had followed him
and Miss Spiker from the theater
and as he overtook them had ut
tered several oaths and had placed
his hand in his rear pocket as though
to draw a weapon. McClallen said
that he then shot.
Both men had been attentive to
Miss Spiker for several months and
It Is said each felt bitter toward the
PRINTER HAD DIAMONDS
OUGHT TO BE BOBBED
VXITF.D PBESS LEASED WIRE.
Portland, Ore. March 14. While
the family of Henry G. Kundret en
tertained friends on the first floor,
porch climbers ransacked the rooms
above, secured ?1000 worth of dia
monds and escaped, according to the
report made to the police today by
Kundret, who Is a member of a well
known printing firm.
BIfi SMOKE BROKE
THE SPEED LIMITS
UNITED TIIESS LEASED WIBE.
Oakland, Calif., March 14. A war
rant Is out today for the arrest of
Champion Jack Johnson for automo
bile speeding. Policeman Wood,
who swore out the warrant, says the
colored fighter ran his machine so
fast in West Oakland that the motor
wore itself out and collapsed. The
champion's machine is laid up for repairs.
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HO MORE CREAST DOlGHXrTS.
A lady in Greenville, S. C, recently
wrote a friend as follows:
"For years, after preparing dough
nuts with the utmost care, I was dis
appointed to see them coma oat greasy
and unwholesome looking. However,
with my first use of Cottolena for fry
Ins them. I was delighted, as they were
brown, crisp and delicious.
"For making doughnuts, pastrr. llht
tread and flaky biscuits I prefer Cot
tolena to any other shortening on ths
market. We evn carry a pall of it
on our annual camping trips through
I Cottolene is made by The N. K. Fair-
i bank Company, and is much more
' wholesome and economical than lard. It
is sold by all good grocers.
X-RAYS AND SMILES.
T. R. is unfortunate. The Mexican
imbroglio makes his limelight look
like a tallow dip at noon.
The special session will not be
called, for the simple reason that the
bills being properly signed, do not re
quire the records kept by the thor
oughly competent clerks, to be pro
duced to authenticate them. The;,,,,,, the Boutll Paclflc
signature oi tne president or the sen
ate and speaker of the house are as
much weight as a clerk's memoran
Francisco Madero has issued orders
to his blood drinking troops to give
Diaz soldiers no quarter. This will
save some worry as the only way
either side, so far, would have been
able to give the other anything,
would be by wireless.
Mexican 'battles are better than a
moving picture show. Sunday 6,000
Americans in autos attended one of
these functions, watching the fight
for a couple of hours, and paying
nothing for admission.
Those familiar with the earlier his -
tory of Utah will be pleased to learn
that old Isaac Tru'mbo, dirt eater for
Brigham Young, is dead broke. He
prospered for many years, and the
only regret now Is that he isn't
younger, so as to have a longer siege
It is reported that the convicted
bankers, Morse and Walsh, have
been pardoned. The reason given is
that confinement was not good for
BIG POKTLASD STORE
Olds-Wortman & King, Portland's
leading department store, has
changed hands or rather control, the
firm selling a controlling interest to
Max and Aaron Holtz, of New York,
for something more than $3,000,000.
We will install in your house, FREE,
This offer expires in a few
Phone or drop us a postal and
IM MM il'iil It t I i I M 1 1 tt f
A BIG FLEET
' UNITED PBESS LEASED WIBI.J
Melbourne, Australia, March 14.
Rear-Admiral Henderson, who, at the
request of the Commonwealth gov
ernment was sent out by the admir
alty to inquire Into the condition of
the naval defenses of (he country, has
made his report to the cabinet, which
has Just been published.
The rear-admiral maintains that
Australia 'cannot afford to keep up
a navy commensurate with the length
of Its coast line, consequently the
commonwealth must cooperate with
the British authorities on a popula
tion basis. At present an outlay of
$20,000,000 is Involved in the work of
ommends for Australia a fleet of 52
warships: The cost of the construc
tion Is to be spread over 22 years and
will Involve an outlay of $250,000,000.
EAST SALEM BEAT
THE SALEM JUJilOBS
East Salem Juniors win by the
score of 10 to 3. An interesting game
of baseball was played by the East
Salem Juniors and the South Salem
boys Saturday. March 11. The lineup
le as follows:
W. Welch, c; J. Lynch, p.; J. Cur
tis, 1st; W. Lindsay, 2nd; B. Day,
3rd; J. Knleves, ss.; T. Hoover, rf.;
A. Falrington, cf.; L. Swarts, If.
Subs.: Bush, Jones Curtis, Hagen-
idorn. Battery for South Salem was:
1 B. Page and Sutton. Hits off Lynch,
two. Lynch fanned eight men. Hits
off Page, eight. Page fanned three
.men. E.ssr Salem still holds an aver
age of 100 per cent,
East Salem is ready to play any
one any day, any time, any place,
The mines In the Woodville district
of Southern Oregon are making a
good showing. "
Two autos at Medford met head on
Saturday night. Nobory hurt, but the
autos went to the drydock.
At Ontario an oil well is now down
4,200 feet and work on it is being
pushed. There Is plenty of gas, and
oil is looked upon as a certainty,
Medford socialists yesterday tele-
during the hot weather.
New Business Department.
graphed President Taft their private
opinion of his sending troops to Mex
ico, but the troops are not yet re-1
called. Medford has a large sized
Idea that "she" Is "it"
Tillamook City is advocating the
building of a pulp milL ,
Gold Hill has organized a company
of militia evidently not afraid of the
A Medford woman married for 27
years wants a divorce. She ought to
be entitled to it on the statement of
The safe in the depot of the Coos
Bay, Roseburg and Eastern railway
was blown by robbers recently and
$5 and Jewelry valued at $25 taken.
The outlook for building In Bandon
Is better than it has been for years.
Geese are honking at Burns
which is much more of a sign of
Spring than when an auto sings that
BEPOBTEBS MAT GET
MORE THAN "HALF SHOT"
San Diego, Calif., March 14. Miss
ing since Sunday morning some
where across the line In Mexico, W.
D. Van Blarcom and H. D. Eller,
two San Diego newspapermen, with
Fred Phillips, a railroad draughts
man, and Al Wuest their chaffeur,
are believed here to be held prisoners
by either the rebels or Mexican fed
eral soldiers somewhere between Tla
Juana and Ensenada.
Admiral Thomas has been appealed
to to send a cruiser to Ensenada to
demand a search. The navy depart
ment at Washington, to which the re
quest was made, is expected to de
cide on the matter today.
WAS BALD SIX TEARS.
Three Months of the New Scientific
Treatment Restored His Hair.
Baldness is caused by dandruff,
which is caused by a germ. Kill the
germ and it is almost certain that
hair will grow again, If the follicle
has not been totally destroyed. Nels
Peterson of Lime Spur, Mont, says:
"I had been bald six years, and had
tried all kinds of 'cures,' but without
any benefit whatever, until I tried
Herpiclde, November 16, 1899, I be
gan using Herpiclde, and In three
months a fine growth of hair covered
my head completely." Ask your
druggist for Herpiclde. Everybody
can have luxuriant, glossy hair, if
Herpiclde Is used thoroughly. Take
no substitute. Sold by leading drug
gists. Send 10 cents In stamps for
sample to The Herpiclde Co., Detroit,
Mich. One dollar bottles guaranteed.
J. C. Perry, Druggist.
When you are in danger of getting
rattled, Just stop and think that it is
the empty kettle that rattles most.
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a fuel stub and give you a two-burner gas stove,
in a position to cook with gas.
days, so if you haven't taken advantage of it
NO DIRT! NO SOOT!
our representative will be pleased to call on you.
COUGHS AND COLDS
AND ALL TROUBLES OF
THROAT AND LUNGS
PROMPT USE WILL OFTEN PREVENT
PNEUMONIA AND CONSUMPTION
PRICE 50c and S1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
J. C. FEBBT.
WEAK, COLD SPELLS.
Wilmington, N. C Mrs. Cora L.
Rltter, of this place, says: "I used
to have headaches, and blind dizzy
spells, and weak cold spells went all
over me. I had different doctors, but
they were unable to tell me what
was wrong, so I began to take Car-j
dul. I am now all right, in good
health, and better than I have been
for 10 years." Cardul is a remedy
for women, which has been helping
sick women for nearly a lifetime.
You can absolutely rely upon it
Other people have done the testing,
and you should profit by their exper
ience. Cardul has benefited a million
women. Why not you? Begin tak
ing Cardui today.
GOOD ROADS CRAJiKS
WANT EXTRA SESSION
Tacoma, Wash., March 14. An ap
peal to Governor Hay to call a spec
ial session of the legislature within
30 days to consider lelgslation and
make aproprlatlons for the upkeep rt
roadways will be made by the State
Good Roads association, according ti.
Ell Rockey, president of the Pacific
County Good Roads association, to
Potpie will never be heavy if you
put in two tablespoonfuls of corn
starch with the flour.
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Save time, worry and trouble
i tufa vwiitu
wash those rrarLES off
Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing
wash, that recognized remedy for
Eczema and all skin troubles. First
drops take away that awful burning
itch, cleanse the skin wash away
every pimple every Impurity. Noth
ing like D. D. D. for the complexion.
Get a 25 cent trial bottle today
worth 10 times its cost to have a bot
tle in the houBe. At any rate, drop
Into our store to talk over the merits
of this wonderful prescription. J. C.
Nearly all cooks have a cake fall
sometimes. Don't worry. I know a
young man who won his wife by say
ing when her cake tell: "I always
did like cake that had fallen."
EU's Cream Balm
U quickly ttmorbed.
Gives Relief st Ones.
It cleanses, soothes,
heals and protects
the disoiuMMi mem
brane resulting from
Cntarrh and drives
nwny a Cold la the
Hond quickly. lto-
ntnrrm tlm Kimuna nf
Taste and Smell, Full size CO) els., at Drug,
pints or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cint.
lily Brothers, Oil Wurron 8trot, New York.
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Celebrated Lar Furaac.
The Best Heater
It will save you nvtey every day yo
own It. I sell aid natal' the beat
Let me give you figures.
Akout an individual lighting plant
for your home. The beet thins; . la
the market for cooking and lighting.
A. L. Frasier
25t State Street
West Salem Transfer
uonnecia wim an iraina i a
West Salem for Dallas, Falls B
City and Salem.
Leaves Journal office for
West Salem at 8:40 a. m.,
12 m., 1:10 p. m. and 4.00 p.
m. every day except Sunday.
Alao for Independence, Mon
mouth and McMlnnvllU.
Leaves Sunday at 8:00 a.
m., 1:00 p. m., and 6:15 p.m.
Calls at hotels on request.
Telephone or lea re order at'
Capital Journal office any day
but Sunday. Pnoni 82.
J. B. Underwood, Mgr.
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