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DAILY CAPITAL JOUKNAL, SAIiEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AVillh 27, 1010.
in cash back out of every
$5 cash purchase here.
A new large line of extra good
INVITED TO JOIN
SENATOllS HAIIiEY AND 15AYNEI
EXTEND INVITATION TO IN
SURGENTS TO JOIN DEMO
OltATIO PAHTY SAYS THEUE
f IS NO DIEFEKENCE 11ETWEEN
in navy, green, white, pink, Alice
blue, light and dark gray, brown,
lavender and black
The S. P. Company have begun to
dig a largo well 17 feet In diameter
to supply tho station and ground3
with water., A pumping plant will
"be Installed to Irrigate the grounds.
By this .the city will lose one of Its
largest water customors. By delay
ing securing public ownership o
water tho corporations and state in
stitutions are all being forced-to put
in their own water supply.
Hcinzc Trial Begins.
UNITED TRESS LEASED WIKB.l
Now' York, April 27. "Neither
tho Standard Oil Company or Chas.
B. Morso is connected with this pros
cutlon,.'i .declared.,Unltpd. Stages ,pis;
trlct Attorney Wise today, In opening
the prosecution of Ff Augutus Heinzo
Heinzo is charged with having over--ceftifled
checks while he was presi
dent of the Mercantile National hank
"My duty is to prosecute this
ase," continued Wise.. "Tho efforts
of the defense to label me as an at
torney of tho Standard Oil Company
-will not save, nor will it prevent me
rfrom prosecuting the ca'be."
In addition to bank charges, the
prosecution must prove the existence
of a pool to manipulate the price of
copper stocks of hazardous nature,
and prove that Holnzo was a member
of the pool which was to. share In tho
profits, according to tho ruling of
Judge Hough today.
The court also ruled that tho pros
ecution must approve that money
was lost to the bank through being
borrowed by tho pool manipulators,
with tho sanction of Heinze.
Investigating Municipal Grafts.
UNITED I'EESS LEASED WIBB.J
Chicago, April 27. The. Merrlam
commission Investigating charges of
graft in municipal affairs Is today
preparing to prosecute further the
counts already uncovered indicating
that the city has, lost moro than
$55,000 within 20 months through
crooked transactions in coal.
Forgeries of coal contracts, muti
lations of coal records, payments for
thousands of tons of coal that, so
far as tho bookkeeping shows, wore
never delivered, disregard . of speci
fications and double payments whon
coal was transferred from one city
department to another, are some of
tho counts listed by tho commission.
James P. Connery and tho Miami
Coal company havo been named as
the dealers involvod.
Good results always follow the usp
of Foley's Kidney Pills. They give
prompt relief in all cases of kidney
and bladder disorders, and are heal
ing, strengthening and antt-septlc.
The most discouraging cases yield lo
their treatment. J. 0. Perry.
UNITED TRESS LEASED WIM.
Washington, April ' 27. ftenubll
can Insurgents In tho sonato wero in
vited to Join tho Democratic party
today. Tho invitation was extended
by Senntor Isldor Rayner, Democrat,
Maryland, and was seconded by Sen
ator Joseph W. Bailey,-of Texas.
Senator Ra'yner was speaking on
the administration railroad bill when
ho tendered the invitation. "
"There Is scarcely any difference
between us now," ho sahl. after ask
ing tho Insurgents to becomo Demo
crats, "If wo. eliminate aU non-essentials.
"Are tho insurgents In sympathy
with us, orthey merely flirting with
us? Wo are growing weary of being
embraced, only to bo rejected when
tho supremo moment comes."
Later Senator Dolllver, speaking
on tho same measure, gently declined
Rayner's Invitation on behalf of tho
Insurgents, of whom Dolllver Is a
Senator Uayner began his speech
with an attack on tho constitutional
ity of tho railroad regulation bill.
Tho Insurgents havo vigorously at
tacked tho measure and demanded a
number of amendments. After speak
ing of tho Insurgent attitude on this
measuro, ho declared It was identical
with tho belief of the Democrats, and
suggested that they Join forces.
Senator Bailey, who followed, de
clared that political gravitation
would compeltho Insurgents and tho
Democrats to Join each other sooner
Ho declared tho Republican party
was torn with Internal strife, and
said: "You are not. strong enough
In any state or in any district to
fight tho Democrats and each other
at tho same time."
Senator Dolllver, In his reply, de
clared that tho Insurgents wero mere
ly fighting wrong In their party" to
eliminate corporation control.
"Wo will fight wrong In tho Re
publican party, not to Injure tho
party, but to destroy control by spe--clal
Interests that now dominate the
party," Dolllver declared.
"Tho Insurgents,' 'ho said, "had
sympathy with the Democratic party,
'but Httlo confidence In it.'
"Tho present political evil," ho
continued, "is that a fow men have
grown so strong that they aro knock-
ing tho heads of tho two old parties
"The party of tho future will- be
based on Lincoln's doctrine of aniun
fettered start and a fair chance to
Cnnnl to Bo Opbncd in 1011.
MAN WHO FLIKTS
"WITH DEATH WANTED,
(BHITED TBESS LBASED WIMJ.1
San Dibgo, Calif., April 27. De
tectives in an auto aro searching the
cduntry surrounding tho vlllago of
Soronto, Just north of hero on tho
Santa Fo railroad for a well dressed
Btranger who has been flirting with
death to tho consternation of tho ru
rallsts In that vicinity for the last
Tho man takes delight in waiting
on tho Santa Fo track for tho ap
proach of a train. Ho holds his
ground until tho-train has almost
struck him and then dives head first
from tho roadbed and laughs.
He seated hlmsolf in the alslo of
the track on his suit caso yesterday.
He sat there until a passenger en
gine was within a fow yards of him
when he rolled off tho track. His
suit caso was run over and his ef
fects scattered along tho track. Ho
has refused water and food offered
him by tho ranchers nnd villagers
and remarks with apparent delight
that ho Is going to starve Himself.
Washington, April 27. Tho Pana
ma canal will bo opened early In tho
year 1914, according to tho high
est official authority hero today. The
same authority, however, refused to
change the official announcement
that the canal will bo opened In 1915
because of the possibility of an un
forseen delay causing a postpone
Best Merchandise. Lowest Prices.
A Few Items Here. We Have Lots More.
. NEW SHIRT WAISTS
White embroidered waists, open front, very neat 50c
White madras waists, open front, very neat, . . 60c
White embroidery waists, open back, verv neat . 65c
White embroidery waists, open front, special value 75c
White madras tailored waists, very pretty, a bargain, only $1.00
A great variety embroidered and tailor waists, spec, at $1 .25
Boys' ovg alls, small size 25c
Boys' overalls, extra -heavy 50c
Men's blue overalls 60c
Boys' 2-piece kaki suits 75c
Boys', waists 25c
Children's straw hats 25c-
Men's straw hats 25c
Men's balbriggan underwear ...25c
Ladies' Lisle gloves 25c
Ladies' good silk gloves -..50c
I ong Sifk. gloves . 75c
Sleeveless vests i-rri'106
New coveil cloth yd 12 1-2c
New linen suiting, yd 17c
Nice white lawrj, yd '..10c
-Indian-Head suiting," yd I 15c
Nice millinerv at low orices. Trimmed hats, the very newest, large assort
ment, flowers and shapes. Little hats for little tols, little prices. Expert trimmers
UNITED TIIKSS MURED WIEB.
New York, April 27. Albert Wol
ter, convicted of tho murder of Ruth
"Wheeler, was today sontenced to bo
electrocuted at Sing Sing during the
week beginning June 6. Slnco tho
Jury returned "a verdict of guilty,
Wolter has been waiting apparently
unmoved for Judge Foster to pro
nounco tho verdict.
Today ho was taken to tho court
and Judge Foster delivered the sen
tence. Ituth Wheeler, a young girl, ac
cording to tho evidence, answered an
advertisement calling for a stenog
rapher. It Is declared she went to
Her body was afterwards found
mutilated and charred. Part of It
was In a grate, and part on tho fire-
escape outside his window.
A woman who lived In his apart
ments told of having heard Wolter
busy about tho ilro place on tho
night it was supposed tho murder
Wolter's defense was an attempted
BILL MAY PASS
UNITED PRESS IJSASRD WIDE.
Itockford, 111., April 27. Itockford
bettors aro laying two to one today
that tno proposed orainance for a
"bluo stocking" regulation of all sa
loons here will bo passed at tho meet
ing of tho city council Monday.
Tho ordlnanco provides for tho
abolishment of all articles of furni
ture In saloons, with tho exception of
the bar and fixtures, and stools for
bartenders. Any other furniture,
such as screens, tables, chlrs, settees
and tho Uko, that might luro tho
thirsty to linger ,aro forbidden.
Liquor is not to bo sold on credit
nor aro checks to ho accepted In pay
ment for drinks.
Tho sign "No Treating Allowed" is
to be placed prominently in ,ovory
barroom, and Its rulo onforced.
Womon, minors, drunkards and
blacklisted persons must not frequent
saloons, nor must they bo served
Applications for licenses must bo
madQllidivldually, and not under
guise of agents for breweries.
LEFT HEMSTEAD THIS AFTER
NOON PASSED IJERKIIAM
STEAD AND WAS FLYING AT
GREAT ALTITUDE CROWDS
CHEEK HIM WILDLY.
(UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE.
London, April 27. Louis Pnul
han started from Homstcad at 6:22
o'clock this afternoon for Manches
ter In an effort to win tho $50,000
prlzo of tho London Mail. 1'aulhan
Is sailing In a Farman blplano.
Clnudo White, tho aviator who mado
a long flight Saturady In an effort to
win tho prize, will sail later today
His start was Interrupted by high
Forty-five minutes after his start,
Paulhan passed Borkhamstead, 28
miles from tho placo whero ho start
ed. Ho Is flying at a great altitude
Just an hour after tho start ho
passed Dlotchley, 47 miles from tho
A great crowd asesmblcd at Hem
stead tho London suburb from
which tho start was made. Tho peo
ple cheered wildly as tho French
man sailed away. Many persons
tried to follow In automobiles.
Paulhan shipped 16 gallons of po-1
trol and expected to mako tho flight
to Manchester without descending.
By tho terms of tho Mall's offor,
tho aviator Is allowed two descents:
FEARED THAT IT WILL CAUSE
A FLOOD LIKE THE SALTON
SEA, WHICH DESTROYED
PROPERTY VALUED -AT MIL-LIONS.
UNITED TOEBS LEASED WIIiE.
San Bernardino, Calif., April 27.
' Tracks nnd roadbed of tho Tono
pah and Tidowater railroad north of
Ludlow, Calif., aro threatened by
tho rising waters of Silver Lake, ac
cording to reports received hero to
day. Tho messages stated that the
waters aro rising so rapidly that le
vees aro being built to protect tho
roadbed and a powerful pumping
plant will bo Installed to romovo the
Silver Lako Is tho point whero tho
Mojavo river rises to tho surfaco lif
ter running underground for CO
miles. It is feared that it may cauBe
a flood similar to that of tho Salton
sea which destroyed millions of dol
lars worth of Southern Pacific prop
erty In southern .California.
STILL ON AT
Everything in the Store .
without a single exception. You can
thank our competitors for this sale. They
If any city In Oregon could tax
Improvements or not then somo of
our magnificent manufacturing altos
could bo utilized for a greater
President Roosevelt Soys
that outdoor oxorclso Is needed by
the American people. That's all very
well, but how can people with rneu
matlsm follow that advice? The
nnswer Is simple uso Ballard's Snow
Liniment and the rheumatism will
go; leaving you as spry as a colt
Gives quick and permanent relief
from rheumatism, neuralgia, lam"
back and all pains. Sold by all
"Tho Judgment day of wisdom
comes hourly and continually."
POOL ROOM OPER
ATOR IS ARRESTED
4 . r-r ' f i
San Rafael, Cal., April 27. Jos.
Abbott,, charged with having operat
ed a fako poolroom at Sau'uallto for
tho purpose of swindling raco track
betters, confessed to tho grand Jury
hero this afternoon his participation
In operations of a gang of wiro tap
pors, according to District Attorney
Abbott, Boyd says, implicated Po
lice Commissioner Harry Flannory,
of San Francisco. Tho alleged con
nection of Flannory with tho case,
based on Abbott's confesslqn, In that
Flannery s sald'tP have invited tho
wlro, tappers to San Francisco, assur
ing them In., ambiguous. terms of an
opportunity of plying, their. trade.
give o'it tho. d3folfyofti& confession
nor would ho dlscloso whether the
authorities hero would take action
According -to tho authorities Jiero
It is allogod that Flannory sent a telegram-to
Abbot at '.Sqattlo. shortly
after the recent San , Francisco mu
nicipal election. It is beliavod t,o
have said (hat .tho people hud won u
verdict and were tr
West Salem Transfer
Connects with all trains at
West Salem for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Leaves Journal oMce for
West Salem at ,8 a. m.,
12 m., 1:10 p. m. and 3:30 p.
m. evory day except Sunday.
Also for Independence, Mon
mouth and McMlnnvlllo.
Loavos Sunday nt 12 m.,
and 4:10 p. m,
Cnlls at hotels on request.
Telephone or leave orders at
Capltul Journal of lice any day
but Sunday. Phone 32.
J. B. Underwood, Mgr.
OVER 6B YEAflb
Notice of Postponement of Assess
ment on Fourteenth Street.
Notice Is horoby given that tho as
sessment for tho improvement of
Fourteenth street, from tho north!
lino or stato street to tno soutn lino
of Marlon street, In tho city of Sa
lem, Oregon, haa been postponed un
til tho 2d day of May, 1010, at which
time tho common council of tho city
of Salem, Oregon, at or about 7i30
o'clock p. m. of said day at tho coun
cil chambors will procaod to assess
upon each lot or parcel of land llablo
thereof Its proportlonato sharo of tho
cost of tho Improvement of Four
teenth street from tho north lino of
Stato street to tho south lino of Ma
rlon street, In tho city of Salem, Ore
gon, according to tho pjnns and spec
ifications adopted for such Improve
ment, and on fllo at tho ofilco of the
All persons Interested In said as
sessment shall appear at said time
boforo said common council and pro
sent objections, If thoy havo any, to
said assessment, and apply to Bald i
council within flvo days following
said dato for tho privilege, If thoy
so desire, to mako said Improvement,
In lieu of tholr assessment.
Dono by order of tho common
council of tho city of Salom, Ore
gon, this 25th day of April, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
4-2C-3t City Recorder.
Within tho last year over 90,000
Amorlcan settlers havo settled In tho
western provinces of Canada. Thoy
avorago about $1000 oach of capital,
and aro attracted by tho cheap lands
and freedom from taxation on im
A Hcnllng Solve for nurns, Chapped
Hands nnd Soro Nipples. '
As a healing salvo for burnB.
sores, soro nipples and chapped
hands Chamberlain's Salvo Is most
excellent. It allays tho pain of a
burn almost Instantly, and' unless
tho Injury Is very severe, heals the
parts without leaving a scar. Price,
25 cents. For sale by all good drug
Tho Odd Lollows' lodgo of Bandon
will obsorvo tho ninety-first annlvor
sary of tho founding of tho order on
April 20, by tho dedication of tho
magnificent now hall Just completod
by tho local order. Invitations havo
been sent out to tho othor lodgos to
participate and a mammoth attond
anco lo expected.
Time Tablo 68.
Effective Sunday, January 1
1910 12:01 a. m.
No. 10 Oregon Express .. 5:15 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a.m.
No. 12 ShastaLtmlted. . . .12:35p.
No. 13 San Francisco Ex. . 3:31a.n
No. 19 ABhland Passenger. 11: Olu.m
No. 17 RoseburgPassengor 6:45p.m.
No. 15 California Express. 9:56p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited ,. 7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight .... 9:50a.m.
No .222 Portland Fast Frt. 10: 45p.m.
No. 225 Way Freight 12:35p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and inter 6:40 a.m.
Portland-HIUsboro Inter-. . 8:55 a.m.
Portland and Inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and inter, 2:00p.m.
Port., Tualatin, HUlsboro. 3:20 p.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro inter., 4:00p.m.
Portland and inter 6:20 p.m.
Portland and Inter '. 8:50 p.m.
Local Arrlvo From.
Portland, and Inter 8; 25 a.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port., HUlsboro, Tualatin. 10: 45 n.m.
Portland and Inter 1:00 p.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and Inter 5:50 p.m.
Portland and Inter 8:30 p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m.
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leavo West Salom -ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock 4 . . . .
9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrlvo at West Salom from
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas . ,12:20 p. m.
Fans city 4:15 p. in.
Sunday Trains from:
Dallas , .8:15 p. m.
Black Rock 1:45 p. m. and 5:30 p. m.
Trains stop at all lntormodlata
Salcni-Silvcrton Auto Stage.
Loavo Cottago Hotel, Salom 7: 30 a. m
Arrlvo nt Sllvorton 8:30 a.m.
Loavo Sllvorton Hotel. ..-.8:45 a. m.
Arrlvo at Salem. 9:45 a.m.
Lv'o Cottago Hotel, Salem 4:00 p.m.
Arrlvo at Sllverton. .... .5:00 p.m.
Loavo Sllvorton Hotel. .. .6:16 p. m.
Arrlvo at Salem ,0:15 p.m.
EDMUNDSON HOYT, Prop.
Make no mistake. Tak only thaae medl'
f'i.'j the hril doctor rorfi""'. Consult
Tired? Just as tired In the morning as at I
nigntr- i umgs look dark F Lack nerve
power? Just remember this: Ayer's
SarsaparillA is a strong tonic, entirely
free from alcohol. It puts red corpuscles
into the blood; gives steady, even power I
to ino nerves ; strenfitnens the dlcestion.
jHuie Wing Sang CoJ
Big Stock of Goods 1
Wo havo a nico lino of ready mado muslin underwoar, whlta X
Sklrta, Drawors, Gowns and Corsot Covers. Also, Wrappers, KI- 2
monaa and Drosslng Sacquos, plain and fancy. Ranging in prices
from 1.00 to $6.00.
At Big Sale This Week
246 Commercial Street
Tho majority has always been
taxed to u).port the minority, nnd
the minority has been a small one.
In Coos County one; timber hold
ing is worth commercially twenty
eeyon millions. Asgessed for four
- Anroue ending a (ketch and (tciertptlon inai
qnlcUJr ajcortum our oiummi :re wutiuer an
iii.cmlnn ! troh.blr cateniabla. Cummunlra
tlouMtrlctlreonOdontfa. .HANDBOOK onl'atauti
ant Iff. OI.ImI aireni-r lurxwurinjrpueiiii.
una A Cu. reurivt
lurouvh lluiill A, i
nulul nt.ttt4. without cbarge. Ill th
A htndiometr llltutratad vMk1r. Tret ctr. '
enlallon at nr Ivntlllo Journal, 'J ermi, II a
i our i four montUa, (1. BoM tj all naiwdealtra.
$4.50 silk waists now ..$3. GO
'14.00 silk waists now ..$3.00'
$3.50 fancy lawn waists,
Wo Imvo a Jargo assortment of
'Jawij wniats'lri beautiful pat-
terns ranging in prlco from
$1,00, $1.25, $1.50, $20 and
Ladles' gowns; beautifully
trimmed in embroidery and
lo.eo, rangipg In, Jirlco from
75c up to $1l.0ff.
I.adloe' while petticoats from
$1.25 up to $0.00.
JjuIIqb' silk klrta, with
flounce, with dunt rufllo, $0.00
onwj, now for $4.60.
Ladles long lclmona, $2.76
ones, nof for $2.25.
Ladlofl' fancy lawn wrappers,
$4.00 ones for $3.00, 1 ,
Ladies' ho uso lirosseafroni SI
$2.50 Heathorbloom qmbrold
orod Bklrts, now for $1,50.
Men's $1.50 fancy dross shirts,
now for 75c.
. . Men's pants from $1.25, up to
Men's suits, $15.00 ones, now
, ifqj: IJfi.00.
Mail's work rIovob from 00c up
IJ Goods On Big Sale
221 N. Commercial Street