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DAILY CAPITAL JOCTMAL, SA1EM, OREGON, TrESDAV, MARCH 14. 1911.
Declaring 22 ten-Uillar gold plates
found la a warehouse at Rainier by
E. H. Robersoa to be "treasure
trovo," and to be the property of
the discoverer against all persons
ave the owner, the supreme court
this morning affirmed the judgment
cf the circuit court of Columbia
county In the case of R. II. Kober
tton against Mike Ellis.
Roborson was employed by Ellis In
removing some merchandise and fur
niture from a warehouse when he
discovered the money. Upon ndl
tlon that Ellis would return
S. B. Cobb, respondent, against
Sophia H. Klosterman, et al., from
Multnomah, and Involving title to
real property, lower court affirmed.
James Dalton against L. S. Kelsey,
an action brought In Baker county to
recover damages for wrongful diver
sion of water from an irrigation
ditch, Judgment of circuit court re
THE CAMP AT
A DRILL GROUND
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will aw them,
'ftearnvd'a rrim' w tht lut harmful of ill the
Ik in preparation. " For wl by all drtiiat d Fancy
Oooda Dr&lem in th United attua, Caula and Eoropt,
FEBD. T. K0PKI1IS, Prop 37 Grot John Stat InU
V Craam or
WILL TRY TO
FORCE SALE OR
UNITED VKT.BB LEAKED WIRE-.
San Antonio, Tex., March 14. The
encampment about San Antonio has
the 1 been turned Into a vast drill ground
money to him should no owner be Rni today raw recruits with rifles and
found, he: surrendered It to him.
Ellis had a brother, Tom, who was ab
sent at tho tlmo, and upon hts re
turn he claimed tp Roborson that
"the money belonged to him that he
had secreted It In the warehouse,
and declined to give it back to Rob
orson. Roberson brought an action
for Its recovery, ths Jury found In
lila favor, and the supreme court
now affirms the verdict of the Jury,
filx Other Decisions.
The supreme court also rendered
decisions in six other cases, and they
were as follows:
R. Li. Wells, respondent, against
thja Great Northern Railway com
pany, an action from Multnomah
eonnty, brought to recover damages
to the amount of $469.70 for the
loss of a trunk, affirmed.
J .J. Walton, appellant againit
George L. Moore, from Lane county,
petition for rehearing denied.
Nevada Ditch Company against
Canypn & Sand Hollow Ditch com
pany, from Malheur county, ami In
volving certain water rights, lower
Anthony Hardy against Annie
awl John Sheedy, from Multnomah
county, and brought to recover a
commission for sale of real proper
ty, Judgment o'. circuit court reversed'.
IN CENTER OF
j The Improvement of East Court 8
Resolutions have been put through
the city council and referred to the
city attorney with Instructions to ex
haust the resources of the charter to
condemn and abate the shacks on the
corner of State and Liberty, owned
by the Vleranl estate. All efforts of
the State Bank and Trust company to
j buy that property at the price It was
offered at, $35,000, have proven un
availing, and It Is understood the lat
est raise Is tt $40,000. The county
assessor has been enlisted and will
attempt under the Single Tax amend
ment of the constitution try doubling
the valuation, from $25,000 to $50,
000, which Is about the value of sim
ilar property on the Other corners of
the same street. Some properties of
feet front are assessed from $60,-
splck new uniforms are going
through the manuel. The recruits
are arriving hourly and are being
flnulem.rl tn ruHmanla on1 viv.n at.ma
and kits, while the skeleton com- 8treet " the uPPermo"t """M00 to $75,000, and the Vleranl prop-
nritnortir' nunora rn that thArnn trh ' 1 ! a -r t i
panles are growing to full war i , , Z V , ly 1 ay go 10 laal' "layor iMK
mic. it imo uccu jmchj ecuciau muna ana the council are aeternunea
agreed that the street Is to be opened to exhaust the resources of the
full width to Eighteenth street, charter to not only wipe out the
There is a plan being talked up:8hacks but to make non-progressive
among some of the abutters for a
20-foot parking in the center of the
The arrival of the Fourth cavalry
from El Paso has caused considera
ble comment among observers. The'
Fourth was not among those origin-1
ally called out, am) observers are
wondering how many other regiments!
may slip in unobtrusively in response I
to secret orders.
The camp itself is settling down
to routine. Four field hospitals have
been established. Foreign military
attaches were expected to arrive this i
afternoon. Among them, It was ex
pected, would be representatives of
England, Germany, France, Italy,
Russia and Sweden.
Not a Word of Scaniliil
Marred the call of a neighbor on
Mrs. W. P. Spaugh, of Manville,
Wyo., who said: "She told me Dr.
King's New Life Pills had cured her
of obstinate kidney trouble, and
made her feel like a new woman."
Easy but sure remedy for stomach,
liver and kidney trouble. Only 25c
at J. C. Perry's.
street, with a 20-foot drive on each
side of bitullthlc. That would be the
first Improvement of that kind In the
city and It is gaining favtr. The
project to open the street through to
the penitentiary has been abandoned
by the committee, as they believe the
property owners of the whple street
should stand for the expense of wid
ening and opening.
WORK SHORT IIOI'RS
OX SOUTHER? PACIFIC
holders of speculative properties sell
them at a reasonable figure. The
Salem Bank and Trust company is
prepared to erect a fine modern bank
building on the property if it can buy
it at $35,000, which it considers is a
big price for the property.
No Need to Stop Work.
When your doctor orders you v
stop work It staggers you. "I cant'
you say. You know you are weak,
run down and falling In health day
by day, but you must work as long
aa you can stand. What you need Is
Electric Bitters to give tone, strength
Los Angeles, Calif., March 14. I and vigor to your system, to prevent
Acting under orders from general . break down and build you up. Don't
headquarters, employes of the motive I be weak, sickly or ailing when Elec
and car. departments of the Southern j trie Bitters will benefit you from the
Pacific railway today began working ; first doee. Thousands bless them
eight hours a day and five days a for their glorious health and strength
week. Lack of work was the explan-iTiy them. Every bottle Is guaran
atlon by railroad officials. About! teed to satisfy. Only 50c at J. C.
1.000 men are affected. Perry's.
U. G. Shipley Company
257-259 North Liberty St. Salem, Oregon
' y 1
March 1 5
Our policy will be to give the best quality of merchandise at popular
prices strictly one price and square deal to all. Every article sold in
our store is guaranteed to us by the manufacturers and we make good
all fair claims.
Women's Man-Tailored Suits, $15,00 to' $57,50
Misses Man-Tailored Suits $15.00 to $55,00 each,
Little Women's Man -Tailored Suits $16,50 to
to $57,50 each,
Women's Silk Dresses $16,50 to $35,00 each,
Women's Wash Dresses $1,25 to $25,00 each,
Misses' Wash Dresses $1,25 to $25,00 each.
Tailored Shirt Waists $1,98 to $15.00,
Lingerie Waists $1.25 to $18.00.
"White Lawn and White Organdies, $1,50 to $12.50
White Serges, Navy Blue Serges in Middy, Peter
Thompson Styles, $12,50 to $25.00,
Infants Wear Department
Baby Caps 25c to $4,50,
Baby Slips and Dresses, 29c to $12,50 each.
Baby Coats, $1.50 to $12,50. ,
Everything needed for the baby,
Warner's Red Fern Corsets all the latest models,
Warner's Rust Proof Corsets, $1,00 up..
Modard Front Lacing Corsets, $5,00 up,
Ferris Waists for Women and Misses,
Muslin Underwear Dept.
Gowns, 50c to $15,00 each
Chemise, 50c to $7.50 each,
Corset Cover, ,25c to $5,00 each,
Combination, $1.?5td $15.00 each.
Petticoats, $1.25 to $15.00 each,
Drawers, 35c to $5,00 each.
Do not fail to see this line, - '
Women's Neckwear Dept.
Plain Linen Collars, Hand Embroidered Collars,
Rabats, Jabots, Stock Collars, Dutch Collars,
Irish Crotchet Collars, Chiffon Scarfs-and Novelty
Neckwear, All prices, 12 1-2c to $5,00. each,
Athena Mills Underwear, Fine elastic ribbed un
derwear for women, misses and children, in vests,
pants, tights, union suits, high necks, long sleeves,
high necks, short sleeves, low neck and no sleeves,
ankle and knee lengths, '
Full range of sizes in Cotton, Lisle, Silk and Lisle,
and part wool materials, Prices, 25c for cotton to
$3,50 for silk and cotton,
Synopsis of the Annual Statement of
MARYLAND CASUALTY CO.
of Baltimore in tne State of Maryland
on the 31st day of December, 1910,
made to the Insurance Commissioner
of the State of Oregon, pursuant to
Amount of capital paid
Premiums received dur
ing the year $4,4S8,T53.6S
Interest, dividends, . and
rents received during
the year 217,050.09
Income from other
sources received during
the year 600.00
Gross increase In book
value of securities 16,123.77
Total income r.722,534.54
Losses paid during the
year, Including adjust
ment expenses, etc. . . .$1,393,520.99
Dividends paid during the
year on capital stock,
also 33 1-3 per cent
stock dividends 410,000.00
Commissions and salaries .
paid during the year.... 1,551,873.87
Taxes, licenses, and fees
paid during the year.. 119,093.76
Amount of all other ex
Gross losses on sale of
Gross decrease in book
value of. securities 96,658.75
Total expenditures ...$4,446,058.35
Value of real estate
owned $ 532,171,69
Value of stocks and bonds
Reinsured losses due
from other companies. 2,237.25
Cash in banks and on
hand , 169,068.80
Premiums in course of
collection and in trans
Interest and rents due
and aocrued 26,923.82
WE'RE IN LUCK TO
HAVE THE SALE OF
And YouVe in luctf to be able to buy
it right here at home for we sell at
Ostermoor prices and our guarantee as well as
Ostermoor's goes -with every one we sell. Built
not stuffed, the Ostermoor is the acme of mat
tress satisfaction and comfort.
BUREN & HAMILTON
Complete House Furnishers
Total assets $5,724,271.36
Total assets admitted in
Gross claims for losses
Amount of unearned pre
miums on all outstand
ing risks 2,108,696.06
Due for commission and
All other liabilities, bills
and accounts due or
Taxes due or accrued... 75,846.28
Reinsurance due otli'er
Total liabilities . . $3,581,453.12
Total premiums in force
December 31, 1910 $4,146,468.02
Business In Oregon for the l'enr.
Gross premiums re- .
received during the
year $ 33,809.54
Premiums returned dur
ing the year 34.73
Losses paid during the
Losses Incurred during
the year 4,529.15
MAI1YLAM) CASUALTY CO.
By J. A. F. MITCHELL,
Statutory resident general agent
and attorney for service:
GEORGE S. RODGERS.
A Cold, La Grippe, Then Pneumonia
Is too often the fatal sequence.
Foley's Honey and Tar expels the
cold, checks the la grippe and pre
vents pneumonia. It la a prompt and
reliable cough medicine that con
tains no narcotics. 'Foley's Honey
and Tar 13 the bast cough, remedy I
ever used, as It quickly stopped a
severe cough that had long troubled
me," says J. W. Kuhn, Princeton,
Neb. Just so quldkly and surely It
acts In all cases of coughs, colds, la
grippe and lung trouble. It is as safe
far your children as yourself, and
should be used In all cases of croup,
whooping cough and measles. Re
fuse substitutes. Red Cross Phar
macy. When you can think of nothing
good to say of a man,, at least admit
that you never saw him beat his wife.
Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers, whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs, are urged to
go to another climate. But this Is
oratly, and not always sure, here's
a better way. Let Dr. King's New
Discovery cure you at home. "It
cured me of lung trouble," writes
W. R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark.,
"when all else failed, and I gained!
4U pounds in weight. It is
AVarnlng to Railroad .Men.
Look out for severe ana even dan
gerous kidney and bladder trouble
resulting Jtrom years of rallroadlnj.
Geo. B. Bell, 639 Third street, Fort
Wayne. Ind., was many years a con.
ductor on the Nickel Plate. He says:
"Twenty years of railroading left
my kidneys la terrible condition.
There was a continual pain across it;
back and hips and my kidneys gave
me much eTlstress, and the action of
my bladder was frequent and mod
painful. I got a supply of Foleji
Kidney Pills and the first bottle mad
a wonderful Improvement, and four
bottles cured me completely. Sine
being cured I have recommended
Foley's Kidn ly Pills to many of mj
railroad friends." Red Cross Phar
Will Tiike In Employes.
UNITED TBESS 1EASED WIHt
Pittsburg, Pa., March 14. Westins
house interests, it was reported on
good authority today, are makins
plans to take their 30,000 employes In
as stockholders, following a similar
scheme put Into operation by tie
United States Steel corporation.
A Dreadful Sight.
To H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, R.
Y., was the fever sore that had
surely plagued his life for veara in anite of
the king of all cough and lung many remedies he tried. At last he
cures." Thousands owe their lives used Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
and health to it. It Is positively guar wrote: "It has healed with scarcelr
anteed for coughs, colds, la grippe, a scar left." Heals burns, boils, ec-
asthma, croup all throat and lung zema, cuts, bruises, swellings, corns
tiouu.es, auc ana u. Trial bottles and piles like magic,
free at J. C. Perry's. j. c. Perry's.
Only 25c at
One hand should wash the other, A story Is often perfectly good and
but unfortunately mother nftpn haa trna nnHI Inn..... tha nfhdf
- -uum b. uuil. LUC lanjc LUI luo v.uv.
side" gets at the witnesses.
to wash both.
BRING THE FACE WITH YOU!
A Specinl Medicine for Kidney Ail-1
Many elderly people have found
I Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick re-
lief and permanent benefit from kld-
In my case,
know of It."
and I want others to
Red fross Pharmacy.
Notions, Stationery, Umbrellas, Leather Goods, Rugs, Curtains.
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
mZ j ney and bladder ailments ard from
U 1 annoying urinary Irregularities due
to advancing yearB. Isaac N. Regan.
H Farmer, Mo., says: "Foley's Kld
! j ney Remedy effected a complete cure
1 20 Acres
25 acre Orchard 5 years
old and bearing, good 7
Room Mouse, telephone,
New Barn 48x60, Woven
Wire fence, Spring and
Ram, 2 1-2 miles from
We have engaged a competent Portrait Artist
to make enlarged Portraits of our customers
FREE OF ALL COST TO THEM
We must spend money to advertise, in various
ways, and we feel this is the best, as we can
FACE TO FACE
323 SALEM, ORE.
REMEMBER the Portrait is FREE, and
given to all our customers, buying one dollars
worth of merchandise at our store.
HURRY.! -Come at once, as this FREE offer,
will only last for a short time.
Bring the photo, you wish enlarged as well as
this COUPON, to secure a FREE Picture
! ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM j
LOTS OF NEW SRING GOODS f
LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL j
I 240-246 COMMERCIAL STREET j