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-DAILY-CAPITAL J0URNALf8ALEM0REQ0NTUE8DAYf JUNE211904.
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Things of Interest Around the
" Great Eastern Metropolis
Now York, Juno 21. Between the
blackmailing suit of John R. Piatt
against Hannah' Ella'3, the negro yfo
man who is charged' with having ex
iorted seven hundred thousand1 dol
lars from the old man by means Qf
blackmail and the mysterious case of
"Caesar" Young, the wealthy book
maker, who met his death from) a
3l6tol shot while riding In a cab with
KTani Patterson, a chorus girl, there
1 enough to keep the tongues of scan
dalmongers wagging from morning till
cnlght. Both! casete present features
of unusual Interest and evoke general
comment. Probably the most peculiar
feature of the Platt-EHas 'case Is the
.strange Infatuation, of a weak minded
and amorous old man, decidedly old
enough' to Imow better. Everybody.
who has seen the womani In tne case
Ig. puzzled, how a woman as unpre
possessing and devoid of charms could
fascinate any man, no matter what
Sifs age. The woman Is not an. octo
roon of wonderful beauty as the first
reports said, but really a common and
Ordinary looldng mulatto with, thick
lips, heavy and' coarse features and
Tvooly hair. It Is expected that the
trial of the case will lead to highly
sensational and rather disgusting dis
closures. Hannah Ellas, driven in a
cornei' by tho prosecution threatens
io revenge herself, by involving sev
eral other wealthy and supposedly re
spectable men la the caso. Some per
on doubt that there is any founda
tion for tho threats of the woman,
but tho testimony of eyewitnesses,
living Ire tho neighborhood that sho
was in tho habit of recpivlng elegant
ly dressed visitors, arriving In auto
mobiles, at all hourb, lends some color
to the woman's statements.
Public opinion is greatly Incensed
over tho fact that a man: of the ex
cellent qualities and high moral standi
.i ing or Amirew n. ureen naa io suner
'death' and temporary suspicion
through) the contemptible and ridicu
lous amorousness of a childish old
anan, far below tho intellectual and
-moral level of Orcon, Althought no
Tbody really believed, that Green was
actually guilty of any wrongdoing
that would' have Justified Williams
In bearing any grudge against him,
there was, after all, some doubt in
tho minds of many cynical persons.
Tho disclosures in connection with
the Platt-EHas case, however, have
cleared tho mystery, and society Is
now eager to make amends for hav
ing doubted tho moral Integrity of ,tho
late philanthropist even for a mom
ent, by doing honor to his memory.
A magnificent memorial will bo
erected In hPa honor and1 tho public
eeems to take unusual Interest in the
Tho circumstances surrounding tho
death of "Caesar" Young aro still
shrouded in mystery. Several eye
-witnosses have boon produced, but
their testimony, instead of clearing
tho mystery, have mado it deopor than
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edluWde,' sterns wronger ten;,
ft mqbeenJ&Droved that the
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was fired, did not belong to Young,'
but had been purchased the day be
fore the tragedy at a certain pawn
shop by a man, who was accompanied
by a woman. Tho mam, who sold' the
gun was given an opportunity to see
Nan Patterson and positively stated
that she was not tho woman who ac
companied the man. The description
which ho gave of the two purchasers,
ntion 7iaf nt .T. Morsani Smith and his
wife so well, that the authorities '
decided, to call them on the witness
stand. Smith's- wife Is a sister of
Nan Patterson. An officer was sent
out to serve Smith and! his wife with
a summons to appear in court, but
tho birds had made their escape. No
warrants for their arrests have been
Issued. If it can be' proven that Nan
Tiotrctfvn'c htvithor.ln.law ami sister.
purchased the deadly weapon, it would
make strong circumstantial evldenco
against the imprisoned chorus girl.
Although the grand Jury has declined
to find am indictment for homicide !
against her, she may yet be held
on a direct charge by the coroner's
It is surprising, how easy it is for (
one or more miqn of nerve to rob the .
entire contents of a house, was shown
tho other day,by three men. who prac-
ticaiiy cieameu) out. on mu yoiuuki
I NEW YORK FASHION LETTER
New York, June 21. Vacation time an excellent plan to wear a plain lin
ts rapidly approaching and thousands for traveling and as little hand
; ' ' ,. , , baggage as possible. Do not neglect
who, under ordinary conditions would J or tw sutg Qf a tr,flo
have gone to eome summer resort, heavier underwear in your trunk, be
to tho sea shore, or some favorite 8ideg several changes of tho light kind
retreat around the lakes, are this as change of temperaturo aro liable
year preparing to go ib St. L-ouls to to take place, particularly after
take in the world's fair. Among those , ttuPdp storms-'
contemplating a visit of one or more' " """ ...
be unusually popular among the vis
weeks to St. Louis are a great, many Qf Qu oxposlUon These
who have never had any experience in
oxnosltlon trios and are. therefore, '
at a loss to decide what would bo
best to take along. Especially for
nMi. tits. tmtulwAhA niizief"vrt 4q f
numuu mu nu...u Hv... . ",.,
great importance and a few practical
suggestion will probably be welcomed
by many prospective fair visltord be-
longing to tho gentler sex. Unless a
person has unlimited means, It Is at-1
ways well to remember that traveling
with much btggage Is rather expen
sive. It costs1 overweight on the all-
road and makes it necessary to tako
a larger room at a hotel or boarding ' Japan, in particular Is -well repre
house. Then there is, another conslds ! sented among the novelties pf tho
eration. There aro somo women of season In various lines. This does
unlimited means and who go to St. J not refer to the various styles of ki
Louis not for the purpose of seeing monas andi other negligee garments
tho exposition and! profiting thereby, borrowed from Japan, 'but to contri
but merely for pastime and becauso butlons in fields heretofore unln-
other society people go there. Theso
women expect; to attend social func
tion in St, Louis as they do at home
and as they would at any fashlonablo
resort. Most women, however, . who to become extremely popular. Then
go to St. Louis do not belong to that there Is a wonderful variety of wovon
class. They visit St. Louis to soo or embroidered trimmings, character
tho exposition and take in other Istlcally Japanese In their color
amusements only Incidentally. Their schemes and decorative patterns,
means are by no means unlimited which threatens to revolutionize tho
and thoy must bo economicall with ' stylo of the day. Cherry blossoms
time, to reap and chrysanthemum pattern.s from
their funds.au well as with their time, ' Japan, woven or embroidered pattenu
to reap tho greatest possible benflt of diragons from China, belt buckles
with tho Bmalles expenditure of timo of characteristic Japanese or Chinese
It Is for women of that class that
suggestions concerning tho necessary
wardrobo will bo especially welcome.
Tho advice may be. boiled down to
tho following two rules: Ieavo every-
thing superfluous at home. Tak-
Ing it for granted that tho protpoctlvo
visitor Is a buslnoss or working worn-1
an, it may safoly bo assumed that
sho lntonds to mnko tho most of hor Woman's Home Companion devotes
tlmo and that sho will walk a great the following paragraph to it: I
deal to seo as much as posslblo of "A llttlo now touch that will count
tho exhibits. Walking skirts aro tho In giving a fresh' look to a party
proper thing for such strolls and a gown Is a shoulder dangle. A slmplo
woman who Intends to go to St. Loul3 ono Is mado of narrow black velvet
should carry at least two in her ribbon. There aro two shoulder straps
trunk. Tho most practical plan Is to'nnJ tow ends of dlflorent lengths
have skirts of light material, that Each end Is finished with a ro3etto
does not show tho dust very much. 'of tho ribbon, and tho two ends aro
Three or four shirt waists of washa-1 caught with anothor rosotto Just at(
bio matorlal and ono or two silk the top of tho low out bodice Tho'
waists of a llttlo more olaborato shouldor danglo is worn Just at tho
style, for special occasions, should j left sldo and fastens at the back of
bo taken along A Jacket or somo , the bodice, as well as being tacked in '
wrap for cool weather should not bo . front. This shouldor dangle shows to
Tho outfit should also in-
cludo a light raincoat, perhaps a lln
en dustor, rubbers ono or two pnrtv
sols and an umbrella. Do not earn &
largo aisortiuont of hats. Ono slmplo
walking hat with voll and a moro ol
aborato hat for special occasions is
all that Is necossary in that lino.
Besides that ovory woman visitor to
tho fair should bo provided with two
pairs of stout and well fitting shoes,
They should not bo tod small, or they
would mako walking a torture. It is
contents of Mr. Max Meyer's resi
dence on Bast 95th street. Three
men accompanied by a man with a
wagon, drawn by two horses gained
admission to the house during, by
breaking a window and then went
through tho wholo house from top to
bottom, taking everything of value,
Including clothes, silverware, Jewelry,
bric-a-brac, money and1 valuable pa
pers. They packed' everything they
wanted in bundles, loaded them on the
wagon and1 drove away before any
one suspected that there was any
thing wrong. Some of the neighbors
heard the noise mado by tho burglars
but they were under tho impression,
that the mem wero laborers, making
some repairs In the house. The po
lice have not been able to find any
trace of the burglars.
Al. Adams, the former policy king
of Newi York, who was sent to Sing
Sine to servo a term for violation
the criminal laws, has not given up
the hope, that he will . succeeJ In
securing his freedom. He hopes that
he will be released on the ground of
illegal imprisonment and his lawyers
are forking hard to bring about that
result. It Is reported mat Adams is
honestly repentant and that In case
of his release he intends io oevoie
the rest of his life to charity, for tho
sake of his two daughters, who have
been ostracised by society in Newport
and' New York owing to his former
uuwum iu wmiui.
lts ar0 jghjy practical and better
nnitvi, for the hard wear to which
they are naturally subjected on such
occasipns than dresses and waists of
other materials. Shirt waists or
. .,. j . f mn.a.inic
I UHJUS4J1 Ol UCUiaio tuxu null, juukvijotii
(aUhough( perhaps more dreSBy and
ornamental, soon lose their freshness
and look wilted and bedraggled after
hair a day's wear in not. summer
weather- "ne lBts f aklrts r
I lam inejr ireauuue ixiumi juu.5v.-1 oj.u
can easily be washed and! freshened.
Never before have China and Japan
contributed so extensively to Occident-
al fashions as at tho present time.
Huenced by oriental fashions,
Several new dress materials In silks
and other fabrics, mado In Japan or
China aro in tho market and promise
I designs, parasol handles, with Japan-
eso or Chinese carvings in ivory or
some oriental wood and even hats of
split bamboo and silk, Imported from
Japan, aro shown in the shops and all
of those novelties are so beautiful and
attractive, that thoy find ready pur
Shouldor dangles are tho latest nov
olty In ornamental grills and when
Its best advantago when worn with
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mi uii wmiu guwu, 11 uisu gives a Kin
an excuse to introduce her favorite
color In hor frock in an original way.
Tho light, soft ribbons aro effective
for this very odd little dress acces
sory. For the girl tho design of whoso
gown will not allow of a shoulder
danglo there is & smaller dangle for
for tho sleove. Tho sleeve danglo
Is UBed as a finish' for an olbow sleove.
An exceptionally pretty dangle which
finished a sleeve belonging to a gown
of chiffon silver cloth Was made of a
band of white ribbon, on which was
sewed little artificial pale green hops.
The band finished tho puff of the el
bowf sleeve, and from It, at tho back
were three graduated ribbon stream
er ends, each finished with a little
cluster of hops."
The bridge whist craze, which
seems to bo qulto unabated In Eng
land, has led to the creation of a
new type of gowns, tho bridge gowns,
which are becoming more popular
every month. It Is said that tho new
fashion has already been transplanted
to this country and a number of weal
thy New York women have ordered
such gowns for bridge parties. As
bridge usually follows dinner or
luncheon, the gowns bear the charac
ter suitable for either of these func
tions. To avoid unpleasant accidents
long, dangling sleeves, that would bo
liable to catch In the cards aro bar
red. The puff Is built from the elbow
to the shoulder with a tight fitting
cuff below. For the dinner bridge
gowns a low decollete would be decid
edly bad form and the transparent
yoke or the small round neck are pre
ferable. Most of theso gowns are
made of the soft, clinging fabrics, so
popular this' season.
Among the now colors shown In some
handsome dross materials Imported
from Paris, Is a dull blue, one shade
of which Is called Eau do Savon. It
has the bluelsh, irridescent color of
soapsuds. Another new shade &
papier buvard, a pink of the color of
blotting paper. Theso shades come in
open mesh or transparent laorics,
such as canvas, voile, etamlne or or
gandy and aro lined with silks or chif
fons matching the material. With these
colors corselets of gorgeuos colors or
white belts with glowing flowers are
worn to give touch of brilliancy by
means of contrast.
There Is a new departure In ki
monos, which formerly were made of
brilliantly colored bandanas and
showed the most dazzling combination
of dark blue and white or vivid red
and white with scant regard for artis
tic effect. Now only the most deli
cate colors are used. The center
of the handkerchief shows delicate
pink, blue, green or lavender, with a
dainty border of pale, Persian colors
or Dresden effects, with the color of
the center predominating In tho con
ventional or floral design. Another
change of style is produced by bring
ing the points of tho handkerchiefs
to tho neck line and then turning them
over, eo as to form a small, shawl
shaped .collars. Some exquisite speci
mens of the new stylo kimonos are
shown in the shops just now.
is of uniform quality at all
seasons, always pure, heavy ,
in consistence, ol delicious
flavor and appetizing ap
Ask for the brand with
ithe"Helvetla" cap label.
1 Made by the largest pro
ducers of Evaporated
1 Cream in the world.
PURE AND MELLOW
RICH AND DELICATE
For Sale by
"SEE HARPER WHI8KEY
EXHIBIT IN AQRICUL
WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS.
lM WaieeiUv Rfltfflfn. N. V
nrprf 'nf Mrincv trouble bvLydiaB.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Of all tho diseases known with which
the female organism is afflicted, kidney
disease is the most fatal. In fact, un
less prompt and correct treatment is ap
Being fully aware of this, Mrs. Pink
ham, early In her career, gave careful
study to tho subject, and in producing
her irrcat remedy for woman s ills--Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound made sure that it con
tained the correct combination 01
herbs which was certain to control
that dreaded disease, woman's kidney
Bead What Mrs. Weisslitz Says.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: For two
years my life was dimply a burden, I
suffered so with female troubles, and
Sains across my back and loins. The
octor told me that I had kidney
troubles and prescribed for me. For
threo months I took his medicine, but
grew steadily worse. My husband then
advised me to try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and
brought home a bottle. It is the great
est blessing ever brought to our home.
Within three months 1 was a changed
woman. My pain had dlsappeared,my
complexion became clear, my eyea
bright, and my entire system in good
shape." Mns. Paula Weisslitz, 170
Seneca St., Buffalo, N.Y. tSOOOforftlt
If original of atom lrtUrproilngg$nulntnti$ cannot
Hill 81 H8 I I M 1 I i I li IIIH
:i Capital National J
of Salem, transacts a general
. . banking business. Only Na- X
! '. tlonnl Bank In Marion county.
: : Savings a
Pays threo per cent interest
, . on savings accounts. Deposits , ,
; ; of ONE DOLLAR or more re- ;
reived at any tlmo. Pass book
; ; Issued to each depositor.
'4IHHH h m ii 1 11 nun
t Vogct Lumber
I Fuel Company.
Rough and dressed lumber,
sash, doors, lath and shingles,
ash and fir wood. Salem Ore.
Down town office 112 Court
street Telephone Main 24bl.
One block east of S. P. pas
For supplies for the Oregon State
Penitentiary during the period end-
.ing uecemoer 31, liKH.
I Sealed bids for drugs, dry goods,
groceries, shoes, leather and findings,
plumbing supplies, hardware, flour,
fish, meat, etc., will be received at
tho office of the superintendent of the
State Penitentiary until Friday, July
8, 1901, at 2 o'clock p. m., at which
time they will be opened.
I A doposlt of $200 in cash, or certi
fled check, payable to tho superin
tendent, must accompany each bid for
meat or flour, and all other bids must
bo accompanied by an amount equal
to 10 per cent of the amount of the
Samples to accompany all bids
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids, and to accept or reject
any portion of a bid.
On each envelope should be in
scribed tho nature of tho bid. Goods
of Oregon manufacture or production
will receive preference, other things
All goods and supplies must bo de
livered to the penitentiary within 20
dayg after the contract Is awarded.
Schedules of the various lines of
goods, will bo furnished upon appli
cation to tho superintendent.
Vouchers will be issued for pay
ment on the first of tho month fol
lowing tho completion of contract,
and monthly on continuance con
tracts. Bidders aro Invited to be present.
C. W JAMBS.
Superintendent Oregon Penitentiary
Salem, Oregon, June 14, 1904,
.m nime ivmcciii? milium. 1.
If there is nnythlng you neei
it Is to remove tho death-deal-ing
sewer gas from your house.
will do this and give you com
fort as well as health. Have
your old plumbing inspected
and you may Bavo a heavy bill.
BURROUGHS & FRASER
105 8tate 8t, 'Phono 1511 Main.
S KeepB the lies oil. Makes More
9 milk and more money. We eell it $
in iinv nnnniuv npnirmi. wo h...
(sprayers to apply it with. Moln S
Z and gopher traps and guns that S
w jcui tne varmint.
I D. A. WhiteS Son;
PEEDMEN & SEEDSMEN !
30 i Commercial St.
Phone i 78 i
O. C. T CO.'8 PA88ENGER
and Altona leave for FortUad, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10 a, m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a.
a; For Corvallls, Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 6 p. m.
For Independence dally exceptSnsday
at p. m.
Deck: Foot t Trad imi,
M. f. BALDWIN, Aft
Hill ItHlt III H III HUII
I Violin, Mandolin
and Gait at.
', ', Thorough Instructions. Pupils , ,
; ; prepared for clubs, recitals and
entertainments. Special terms ;
. . to pupils starting now. Privato . .
lessons 0c. Class lessons 25c. ', ,
Club rehearsals free.
101 Commercial Street, t
frMflg im 1 imiiii muni
Is still here, and as busy as ever.
When your clothes aro worn end
ditty, or the buttons off tako them to
her, at tho Salem Dyeing and Clean
ing Works. Repairing and rellnlng;
new velvet collars put on overcoats;
also four suits a month for ?1. Cahf
for anl returned. .
MKS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commercial Strew
any kind at
! G. F. Mason
Miller street, South Salem
PHONE 2191 Red.
i German Market il
. . ... 0. T r. '
next aoor to iiarrui "- . .
I SAVE MONEY
; Best cuts of fresh moat, 5 to
10 cents per pound.
! MILLER & BECK, Proprietors J
Wll II IIIM1'
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oM In taUm by . C ton.
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CURES C0UQH3, COLDS, X f ftfjfi
HOARSENESS &. CROUP. -,,i,,nilft
Oest Remdy lor Children. PleauM to UM "'
danjwln an onadwe. Th old wlgln' Ho.
SolJbj all Msdlclnk Stores In hSUjjHS, Pa.
Mad only by DR B0SANKO C0 fH&ntt.