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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1010.
To introduce the handsomest line of Tailored Suits for
Ladies, that has ever been brought to Salem, we give
you the benefit of a GREAT EXTRA SPECIAL
Sale of Ladies' Suits.
$15,00 Values $10,00
$17,00 Values $12,50
$18,00 Values i LtV- - --$ 1 5.00
$25,00 Values $19,50
$30,00 Values J $24,50
$35,09 Va'"es -------- -I --.-$29,50
$25,0Q Values $14,00
-$15,00 Values $10,25
$1,50 new Heatherbloom
$7,50 new Silk Petticoats
45c new Corset Covers 24c
$1,00 new Shirtwaists 55c
and 75c, Values to $3,50
in Corsets 18c
5c new Cotton Challies 5c
Values to 50c in new em
Values to 35c in Material
Suitable for Comforts 7c
Values to 75c in Plushes
and Velvets 21c
The Home of the
Best Dress Goods
Ask for READ'S
New Nobby Suits
Heavy Rains and Warm Tern
perature Causes All Streams
rnvtTun rnnsfi i.bared wibb.1
Walla Wallu, Wash., March 2.
With heavy pains and -warm tempera
ture melting the snow and augment
Ins tho flood hero every stream In
the valley Is today running bank full
and many are out of their regular
courses. Only tho excellent system
of bulkheadlng and division of tho
stream above tho city Is saving Wall
Walla from hoavy damage. As It Is,
In tho lowor end of town tho stream
lias escaped Its bounds, and housiii
are surrounded with water, which la
places Is four feet deep.
Garrison and Yellow Hawk creeks
are also turbulent today, tho former
washing out tho Fourth streot bridge
and stopping traffic on car lines In
tho south part of tho city.
There la danger that tho Sixth
street bridge will go out, thus cut
ting off tho interurban street car line
Tho O. R. & N. has but one lino
in operation, that to Pendleton, tho
Dayton branch going out of commis
slon this morning.
Reports from surrounding towns
say the flood is tho worst In years
(Offers to Bet Murphy $2500
That He Can Whip
San Francisco, March 2. Owen
TMoran, the English fighter, stands
ready to bet Harlem Tommy Murphy
-52500 that he can whip him the
next time they meet in the squared
It is probable 'that a hurried meet
ing will be arranged.
"I want a return fight," said Mor--xin,
"just to show that I can beat
.Murphy. I was never so surprised in
my life when he was given the de
cision. If Murphy will give me a re
turn match I will be ready for him
.next month. I will bet him $2500 on
the side or any part of it."
If the fight is arranged for next
month, Moran probably will train at
J3oyes hot springs, in Sonoma county.
When ho is feeling tough, anyway,
nd the assessor raises his tax val
uation, a man can be about the
:most disagreeable thing on earth.
Burned to Death.
Kansas City, Mo., March 2. Be
cause she slapped her baby brother
for teasing her, Doris Blond, Ave
years of age is dead today from
burns she received when the Htt!
boy setr Are to her dress in a spivlt
Doris and her brother, Morris,
who Is only three years of age, were
playing in the nursery of their home,
where tho accident occurred. Mor
ris had been teasing the little girl
according to their nurse.
When she struck him, the boy
seized a newspaper, thrust it in an
open grate, then touched it to his
Doris was so badly burned that
she died within an hour. The boy
and girl were the children of Isaac
Slide Ties Up Traffic. "
SPICE OF LIFE
Oroville, Calif., March 2. A large
force of men and several steam
shovels are working today to clear
tho Western Pacific tracks of debris
from a big landslide which occurred
half a mile above Big Bar.
Tho big slide has effectually tied
up traffic for 3G houn In some
places the tracks aro burled by 35
feet of earth which slid from- the
I'llcs Cured In O to 14 Days.
PAZO OINNTMBNT is guaranteed t
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed
i lng or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14
days or money refunded. 60c
Make no mistake. Take only those mcdl-
Tired? Just as tired in the morning as at
night? Things look dark? Lack nerve
power? Just remember this: Ayer's
Sarsaparilla is a strong tonic, entirely
free from alcohol. It puts red corpuscles
cines the Best doctors endorse. Consult into the blood ; rives steady, even power
your own doctor fr"'". J 'f, to the nerves; strengthens the digestion
Wheat King Patten Thinks
There Is Nothing Like Tak
ing a Chance.
NEW EXPRESS CO.
During tho past week Mr. J. F.
Prlehs, of tho Salom Auto Garage,
ordered a . carload of 30 H. P. Max
well touring cars, which will arrive
In Salem about the 10th of March.
Two of the cars are already sold, one
to Russoll Catlin and the other to
The two cars sold aro 30 II P.
model 'G," with detachable toy ton
noau. With the tonneau ren? ved
they make an elegant roadster.. Tho
car has 110-inch wheel base, and in
one of tho raciest looking cars on tho
market today. The third car in tho
shipment is a 30 H. P. touring car.
The appearance of these cars on the
streets will bo watched for, as they
aro ono of tho most widely adver
tised oars In the United States to
Flying tho Yellow Jack.
San Francisco, March 2. Tho
armored cruiser, Washington, ' with
tho "yellow Jack" fiylng to lyotokon
contagion, Is duo hero tomorrow
night from Bremerton. Tho vessel
arrived at Bremerton a week ago
from Honolulu. On her arrival
smallpox developed and the vessel
with 980 men was placed In quaran
tine at Diamond Head, Port Town
i JACOB & GRIBBLE
GENERAL DEPARTMENT STORE
WAREHOUSE AND SHOPS AT COR
NER FRONT AND PINE STS. NORTH
ALL KINDS VEHICLES
Full line of Old Hickory wagons, La Porto buggies, Deal bug
gles, Blue Ribbon buggies. Wo sell tho Canton Clipper, Rock
Island and other standard plows. Full lino of farming machin
ery and implements.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
Blacksmithlng, wagon making, repairs, vehicles rebuilt and re
painted. AH kinds of farm machinery repaired.
WE DO PLUMBING
Full stock of plumbjng supplies and tools, and oan execute any
contract in this line.
Oils, paints, varnishos, stains and fillers.
Doors, sash, builders' hardware, nails, building paper and roof
ing, sand, gravel, briek and sewer pipe, cement, plaeUr and lin
oleum. All kinds of Harness and Harness Fixtures.
Superior Drain Drill; one good second hand Tiger Drill for sale
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIBD.
New Fork, March '2. "Specula
tion is the spl.ee of life. If I had to
along lu tho same rut I think I would
die," declared Wheat King Jim Pat
ten today, as ho was departing for a
"There Is nothing like taking
chances. It keeps you young and ,
makes you happy."
Patten denied tho report that he
would retire within a short time, hav
ing made $12,000,000 by speculation
He said that his trip abroad was to
bo merely a vacation, and that ho ex
pected to return to his work fresh
ened In mind and body.
Replying to questions concerning
a rumor that ho was going in for
art with a. capital A, Patten said:
"Gee! I couldn't tell an oil from
a chromo, and I don't want to
In tho course of his remarks at
parting, the wheat king said that to
"corner" wheat was an impossibility.
Cough That Hangs On.
Coughs that start In the fall and
hang on until spring aro sure trouble
breeders unless checked and1 cured.
Bronchitis, pneumonia and consump
tion are the direct result. Foley's
Honey and Tor cures the cough, stops
tho hard breathing and heals and
soothes tho inflamed nlr passages.
Refuse substitutes. J. C. Perry.
Most everybody seems to bo in
favor of tho assembly plan, except
tho rank and fllo of tho voters.
MAY REDUCE FORCE
U. S. Mints Putting in Labor-
Saving Machinery for the
Weighing of Metals.
Washington, March 2. In all
probability the working forces of
tho San Francisco and Denver mints
will be reduced In the near future
if tho 'experiment with several new
labor saving machines provo success
ful at tho Philadelphia mint.
A now machine for weighing gold
and silver was put In operation to
day, and tho old system of weighing
the metals by hand was abandoned.
An automatic feeder to supplant
tho old way of hand feeding is being
experimented with. These machines
Require six workmen where before
22 persons were required.
This will savo $67,000 yearly at
the Philadelphia mint and tho ser
vices of 79 peoplo will bo dispensed
The Stato Railroad Commission was
notified this morning by J. P.
O'Brien, of tho O. R. & Co. that
commencing April 1, tho American
Express Company will succeed tho
Pacific Express Company on all lines
operated by tho road In tho stato,
and commencing April 30, tho same
company will succeed the Pacific Ex-
press Company on tho Oregon &
Presents Interesting Question.
This change of express companies
has presented to the commission a
somewhat interesting question. The
commission some time ago Investi
gated tho rates charged by tho Pacific
Express Company decided that they
were too high, and ordered n reduc
tion of about 20 per cent, and recently
tho order wont Into effect. The ques
tion now presented Is whether tho
now company will abldo by these
rates, or whether It will set up rates
of Its own .and contrary to those es
tablished by tho commission. In the
event that It should not observe the
commission's ordor of Its own volition
it will bo necessary for the commis
sion to mako an ordor applicable to
tho now company.
Of good health should prevent sick
ness Instead of lotting themselves get
sick and thon try to euro It. So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach In a healthy and active con
dition you won't get sick. Ballard's
Herblno relieves constipation, Inac
tive liver and all stomachlnd foiwel
troubles. Sold by all 'dealers.
Popular Man Leaves
Mr. G. P. Fox, for two years ad
vertising manngor and general sales
man for tho Buren & Hamilton fur
niture storo, has gono to Lowistqu,
Ida., to assumo tho general manage
ment of tho largo furnlturo storo of
TvicGllvery & Sooley. Mr. Fox has
made many frlonds while In Salem.
Their best wishes accompany him to
his now homo.
Wants Pay for Husband.
New York, March 2. General
Sherman Boll, among others, Is be
ing sued today for $5,000 damages
by Mrs. Mary C. Carloy, on tho
claim that her husband, John Car
loy, was shot and killed by tho ordor
of General Boll during tho Peabody
war In tho Crlpplo Creek district In
Tho case Is being tried In the fed
Collided With Schooner.
Now York, March 2. A wireless
ittessngo from tho steamer Tagus of
tho Royal Mall line, states todny
that tho Tagus collided with tho
schooner Republic, off Thomastown,
Malno, and that tho schooner was
Tho collisslon occurred 20 miles
southeast of Barnlegat Light. The
tug Relief has been despatched to
tho scone. Tho accident occurred In
a dense fog.
Portland's Popular Fire-Proof
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service in city, with
Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 p, m,
Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern
Hostlery in the metropolis of the Northwest.
ANNEX IS NOW OPEN
Our capacity has been doubled and our bus will
hereafter meet trains No, 6, and train No, 12, limited,
Oregon Electric that arrive in Portland at 10:55 a, m,
and 4:55 p, m,
M. C DICKINSON, Manager
Tho following notarial commis
sions wore Issued by tho secretary
of stato today: Iva M. Harrington,
Oregon City; M. J. Lee, Canby; J.
W. Thomas, Molalla; C. W. Shurte,
Arlington; G. W. Dlmmlck, Mt.
Hood; J. D. Cronan, Iono; William
S. Nash Portland; J. B. Schaofor,
Llnnton; Paul Van FrTdogh, E. E.
Coovert, Portland; John T. Resell,
Joseph, and Mabel Hoggard, Eugono.
A Neighbor of Yours.
As well as yoursolf Is liable at any
time to have rheumatism. Wo'ro all
llablo to have cuts or burns, bruises
or scalds, crick In tho back, neck or
side somo kind of an ncho or pain.
Thon "heed this advlco and toll your
nolghbors"Ballard's Snow LInlmont
relieves all achos and pains, and heals
all wounds, Sold by all dealers.
Care For Your Trees
Spraying Pumps and Hose at
Seo us for Aero-motor Wind
mills, Falrbanks-Morso Gaa
Best workmanship our motto.
PIRVINE & LESLEY
Cor. Front and State Street.
Phono Main 340.
OREGON WONDER WASHER
Simple and strongly made. Does
tho work caslor than by any other
mothod. Will wash the finest of fab
rics without injury. Is a
LABOR AND MONEY SAVER
Agents wanted. Seo It or send for
The Oregon Wonder Washer
GEO. G. SWART, Mgr.
271 Commercial St. Salem, Ore.
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In your hour of E EE,
If on this paper you should C CC t .
Take my advice and now be Y Y Y,
Go straight away and advert III,
You'll find the project of good U U U,
Neglect can offer no exQ Q 0
Be YYY at once, prolong yorr dAAA, .
A sileht business soon dK K K,M
The Capital Journal