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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1010.
An Ideal Home
What a pleasure it is to live
in the suburbs of a good city
You tiave the pure, fresh air
at all ftmes, You have a
place for orchard and gar
den, A place for the young
folks to jiyeand grow as
nature and nature's God in
tended they should, You
have the advantages of both
city and country in
Just tone , rjiil east -of, the
Fair Grounds,, on the Silver
it make your mouth
water when you think of
gathering delicious straw
berries for breakfast, Or
when you want a few choice
vegetables you have them in
your garden in
ThislbeautifOI suburban sub
division has been placed
with us for sale, We can do
it, We are doing it, , You
should see Hollywood, If
,you dp ypuJlltuy there,.
Price $175 per acre and up,-
Termsi'Tp' suitr individual
buytfr. " '
Phone for a rig or an auto,
347 State St, Phone 452
ATTORNEYS FOR FISHERMEN
HOIST FLAG OF TRUCE, AND
THERE WILL PROBABLY HE NO
MORE VIOLATIONS OF FISH
Developments yesterday In thts war
now being waged by Master Fish
Wardon. McAllister and his deputies
against the gillnottors and othor flsh
ornmon of tho Willamette and Claofc
amas rivers indicate tho contend
ing flshorroon have virtually ac
Tho contraband flsh, weighing
about 15 tons, solzed in Oregon City,
wore sont to Portland yesterday af
ternoon and woro taken in chargo
by Mr. McAllistor. They' will bo sold
at publlo auction today, and tho pro
ceeds will bo sent to tho state flsh
hatcheries, unless some legal stop by
Attorney John F. Logon, for tho fish
Attorneys In Orogon Qlty yester
day Virtually hoisted tho'-' white flag
for their clients, and nnndunced that
no more Ashing would bo done until
aftd.r the dates set by the flsh com
missioners. Cnflcs Poslponcd.
In tho Justico court In Portland
yestorday tho cases of tho two glll
netters, Sam Marovlch and Steve
Damyovlch, wero postponed until
Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, owing
to an agreement batweon attorneys
for both sides. Flsh Warden McAl
listor Is In Portland, and will remain
until tho flKht is settled. I. H.' Van
Winkle, assistant to tho attorney-
gonoral, Is romalnlng thoro to assist
In tho prosecution. '.
Attorney John F. Logan said yes
torday that It was possible that the
money roallzod from tho salo of tho
flsh brought down from Oregon City
woufd be fought for by tho flshor-
mon, Stops win Do takon today, to
havb tills money tlod up legally so'
thnt tho mastor llsli warden cannot
sond It to the state troasuror for tho
Answers Are Filed.
Mastor Fish Wardon McAllistor
md Deputy Itathbun filed in tho cir
cuit court yestorday morning their
answor to tho roplovln suit brought
by tho Portland Flsh Company, rop
rosontod by John F. Logan, against
them. They say tho plaintiff was
found with flsh In possession, unlaw
fully takon from tho rvor, and that
tho,' closed season from March 1 to
May 1 was declared by tho Board1 of
FlSh" Commissioners by virtue of the
powor conforred In them by tho gov
ernor, and that It was regularly an
nounced by tho posting of notices
and by publication.
They say the flsh , confiscated was
. wqrth only $2600, instoad of $3500,
tlm .amount clfclmud by tho flshor
Rooking for Paroled Convict.
I united rnnsH LiiARnn wniB.l
Canon City, Colo., April 2Vi The
authorities today nro hunting a par
oled convict accused of having smug
gled arms and dynamlto to convicts
In tho prison horo, and which woro
usod In an attemptod Jail break In
which two mon woro klllod, and a
number of othora woro Injured.
Williams, tho convict who was
woundod Just as ho was attempting
to touch oft tho dynamlto buriod In
tho prison wall, has confessed, ac
cording tp Warden Tynan, and has
given tho name of tho man who
smuggled tfio weapons Into tho pris
on. nradloy, ono of tho mon sorlously
woundod, will rocovor physicians to
13 JR. El & S U 1
You cannot afford to pass up the opportunity of securing your spring suit at the simply ridic
ulously low pricos, We are forced to make these sacrifices, and it is up to you to take ad
vantage of them if money saving is any object to you at all
200 SPRING SUITS, STRICTLY HIGH GRADE GARMENTS AT 50 and 60c ON THE DOLLAR
Regular Value $22.50, now $ 9.95
Regular Value $30.00, now $12.95
Regular Value $42.50, now $16.95
ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH EVERY SUIT AT SALE PICES.
A finq $4.00 Panama Skirt; a fine $1,50 Lawn Waist, This is positively doing 25 per cent
bettor than othor stores, and by far the greatest bargain ever offered you in Saemt
You should do justice to yourself and family by at loast Investigating this extraordinary of
it a fer while it lasts, .
We have tho most complete stock of trimmed bats and shnpe6, flowers and trijnmings, etc,
l.in,lSfil8m,j th& price-cutting Is in full blast, we can effoot grant savings for you,'
5 1 v ' " "SEE OUR LINES BEFORE YOU BUY.
25 por cont on all silk dresses, and waists; 20 per cent on all underwear ,cors6ts, umbrollas
parpols, hair goods., kid and silk gloves ,neckwoar, etc. "
LIBERTY STREET H. ALLBCRG'S SALEM' OREGON
Ths Store for Women's ana1 Children's Ready to Wear Goods,
(Continued from pago thrco.
stock and poultry rafslng, all with
The soil is adapted to the grow
ing o? alt fa'rm, garden and orqhard
products common to tho Pacific
t Northwest. .
This part of tho valley Is an Ideal
dairy region. Green grass all tho.
year. Dairy products bring' good
prices; cattlo easy to keep, no heavy
feeding and no extra warm barns
needed in winter.
Stayton and vicinity Is a favored
section for vegetables. Everything
In tho vegetable lino does well hore.
Our potatoes are unexcelled ' and
cabbago grows tho year around.
Staytpn is becoming a poultry
contro. Poultry is kept horo easily
and cheaply and money is being
Stayton Is In many respects far
ahead of most towns of Its popula
tion 1,000. It Is incorporated, has
city hall, fire company, city water
works, is well lighted by electric
lights night and day service; has
good four room school, four
churches, good stores, doctors, law
Sonic Interesting Facts.
Tho woolen mills is a $100,000
plant owned by local stock holders,
omploying 4u to 60 hands.
Thp flour mills ship monthly an
average of 500,000 pounds of flour
and food; they grind during a year
an average of 90,000 bushels of
wheat; always pay top prices for
Tho saw mill ships an averago of
20 cars of railroad ties per month,
cuts an nvorago of 2,500,000 feet of
logs per year; furnish employmont
to a largo forco of men.
Tho Excelsior. Factory ships 500,
000 lbs. of excolslor per month; uses
3,000 tlors of wood por year. Has a
payroll of $50.00 por day.
Tho chair factory ships a carload
of chairs por month.
Tho cheese factory makes as many
dlffdront kinds as any factory on
Fine Fruit Region.
Tho apples, pears, chorrles,
peaches; prunes, strawberries, rnsp
borrlos, and many othor kinds of
fruits cannot bo excelled, either as
to quality or quantity produced.
English and French walnuts also
Tho boII is very prolific, climate
mild, scenery attractive, water pure,
markets first-class, people sociable
and law abiding, largo rural and city ,
tolophono system, rural delivery In
fact everything to meet the wants!
and requirements of mankind, make
Hfo agreoablo and brings abundant
roturrts for labor,
Stayton Is surrounded by splendid!
farms and also has unimproved lnndtho fumlamental DaB0 of tho Consti-
adjacont. There is no government
lnnd. Prices range from $10 for un
improved brush and stump land to
$100 for oholco Improved fruit land.
A good Improved farm, for grain,
dairying or stock-raising can bo
bought at from $30 to $60 por acre,
owing to nearness to market and Im-
Tho Sound Strep of Good nenltli.
Tho restorative power of sound
sleep can not he over estimated and
end nl'ment thnt prevents It Is a
menace to health. J, L. Sonthors.
Enu Clalro, Wis., says: "For a lony
time I have boon unnblo to 'sleeo
soundly nluhts, because of pains
noross my back and soreness of my
k'dnoys. My appetite was very poor
and my general condition was very
much run down. I have been tak
ing Foley's Kidney Pills but n short
time and now sleep as sound as a
rock. I oat and enjoy my meals,
and my gonoral condition Is greatly
Improved. I can honestly recom
mend Foley's Kidney Pills as I know
they havo curod mo." J. C. Perry,
Exporlonco toadies us that there
aro moro things we can't do than we
APPOINTMENT OF HUGHES TO
SUPREME COURT LEAVES
ROOSEVELT POLITICAL DIC
TATOR OF THE STATE OF NEW, j
YORK ' !
united mass leaked wins.
Washington, April 27, That tho
appointment of Governor Hughes to
tho suprgma bench leaves Theodore
Roosovolt political dictator of Now
York, is tho belief of politicians
hore. Whether tho president con- j
sldorcd tho political significance of I
the appointment or not, politicians i
say, tho move could not have been
bettor planned to mako Roosevelt
tho head and front of the New York
It Is conceded that whether or not
Hughes and Roosevelt . would have
worked together, Hughes was tlx !
only man who could have contested
tho leadership with Roosevelt
Hughes, though retiring from the
governorship, would have been
forced to take part In the coming
It Is now believed that ho will
tnke no active part in the campaign
though he will be asked to approve
tho candidate for the governorship
Roosevelt, It Is declared, is tho only
man who can dominate politics In
CAUSES POLITICAL COMMENT
! MARKETS .
London, April 27. The speech de-
llvered by Arthur J. Balfour, lead-j S(m FrancisC0i Apr 10.WU6at
er of tho opposition in the commons, : Australian and Propo, $1.75
boforo tho Primrose League yester-1 1.S0; Souora, $1,77 0 1.87;
day, Is causing much comment lnjs dto choice. Calif, club. $1.00
.... , , , . . l.l5; northern wheat bluostem,
political circles today. . 1.G74 61.7B fc; 'club, $1.026 0
In his opening address the former 1.65; Turkey.-$1.G01. 05; Russian
prime minister said: ! Ned, $1.57 4 1.G2 .
"Wn nro thronf onrxl with a rfivolll-
tlon. Tho more tho present situa
tion is examined tho more grave do
the issues appear to be. Whether
tho country is fully alive to the mag
nitude of these Issues I do not know,
but they are, plainly apparent to ev
ery man who looks with an Impartial
eye upon tho strange maneuvors and
sinister circumstances and Joining of
forces, not to carry on the business
of tho country, but to destroy its im
Speaking In regard to tho now
method of relations between tho
I house of lords and tho commons,
Balfour said that, while it destroyed
the house of lords as a second cham
hnr. which had ns Its cuardlanshtn
tutlon, It left It with
powers augmented.. .
many of Its
Meets Deatli in Fire.
San Diego, Calif., April 27. One
llfo was lost and several lodgers
narrowly escaped death early this
morning when the two story Ameri
can house at Columbia and G stree a
burned to tho ground.
F. Green, a Mexican lodger on tho
second floor of th6 building, was cut
off' from the only stairway by the
flames. His body was found by tho
firemen at daylight. Twb other
Mexicans on the second floor Jumped
from tho window.
Tho lodging Iioubo was under the
management of Marco Bonis, tho
fnthor of Dora Bonis, whose sensa
tional kldnap'ng kept local detec
tives busy for weeks over, a year
Bonis, his wifo and four children
and sovoral lodgers escaped in their
night clothing nftor tho building hnd
become n mass of flames. Several
flromon hnd a narrow escape when
one sldo of the building collapsed.
mMw R0YAL I
jpi renders the
r WHHB Aw digestible JJ
MH with Royal Baking Powder. ja a m -ftfliltf
SS ana the other with alum Laic AbSOtimty ffS&f
l lMlnP loaf Is 32 per cent, mora JW" $$0
nlUkiyiluw d!Be3t!bi timn th thct" 0 Jb
SWMSMm Avoid Alum eSft
. v eea, gOOU 10 CUOICB,
$1.17 1.20; fancy, $1.22,
poor to fafr, $1.10 1.15; browing
and shipping, $1.25 3 1.27;
Eggs Per dozen, Calif, fresh in
cluding cases, extras, 23 c; firsts
22 c; seconds, 22c; thirds, 21c.
Butter Por lb., Calif, fresh ex
tras. 27c: firsts, 2Gc; seconds,
25 c; pack'ng stock o. 1, 24c.
Now cheese Per lb., New Calif.
nais lancy. is',fcc; nrsts, .lac; sec
onds, 12 c; Cal f,
lancy. i&'jc; nrsts, l&c, Eastern
Oregon, 19c: do Young America.
20c; storage New Yon: Cheddars
fancy, 20c; do singles, 20c; Wiscon
sin singles, fancy, 19c; Oregon fan
cy, 19c. '
Pota'oes Por cental. River
20 TO SO
on men's and boys' clothing is a saving that is being
promptly snapped up by intelligent persons who are in
need of spring clothing-others buying for future needs as
our assortment affords all
materials suitable for sum
mer or winter wear
fcxtra Special For Boys
We are selling boys' long pants suits at 50 per cent
discount, all crisp new summer and fall patterns. This
should appeal to every mother and young man. The suits
are made along the proper lines with full peg trousers,
two and one-half inch turn up or cuff with long coat, just
the kind the boy will choose as soon as he sees them.
Other patterns at same discount but not so extreme for
the conservative fellows. Better get yours while the
assortment is large.
Salern Woolen Mill Store
Whites, 50G5c; in sacks with ex
tra stock quotable at 70 90c per
cental; Lompocs, $1.401.50; Sa
linas, $1.25 1. 35; now per lb., '2
Sc; sweets In crates, $2.25 2.50
for fancy only.
Onions Per cental, Oregon,
$1.501.G5; do Bermuda seed 3
5c per lb.; new green, per box.
Oranftos Per box new naval3
choco $1.752; fancy $2.25 2.75
now Tangerines, $11.60.
Local Wliolesnla Market.
Flour, hard wheat $5.75
Flour, valley $5.20 5. 40
Mill feed, bran $28.00
Wheat, bushel . . . . $1.00
Oats bushel 40 042
Hay, cheat 1701S
Hay, oat 17 018
Vetch hay $15017
Hops, 1909 crop 13 017c
I Chittim bark : . . 3 c
Potatoes, bu 20c
Apples, bushel 75c$1.25
flutter and Ecgs.
Butter, creamery .. .-. , . ...,33c
undreds of Peoole
PER CENT DISCOUNT
Buttcrfat ...... 39c
Buttor, country .25c
Brolleni and fryers 15
Hens k. . . lGc
Roosters, (young) 12c
Roosters (old) Gc
Turkeys . . ; 22o.
Steers (under 1000 lb) $5G
Steers (1000 to 1200 rb) ...$G87
Hogs, fat 99c
Ewes , 5c
Spring lambs 8c
I Veal- according to quality
A KNOCKER.. .
Is a man who can't see good In any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you find
that you aro beginning to see things
through blue spectacles, treat your
lfver to a good cleaning out process
with Ballard's, Herblno. A suro euro
for constipation, dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, sick headache, biliousness, all
liver, stomach and bowel troubles.
Sold by all dealers. .