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VAILS GAFTXAXi JOUlM&ii, BALBM, OREGON. FP.IDAY, MAY 10, 1010.
i ooay is rcemnanc uay
All odds and ends and broken lines at
half price. To make this an unusual
shopping day, every department has
contributed some extra special that
will mean a saving of many dollars
to thrifty shoppers. Join the crowd
Today's Bulletin Condensed.
Women and Misses' Tailored Suits reduced
'. one-third and. one-half in price. Lingerie
Dresses half price, Mussed Shirt Waists -re
duGed, Petticoats reduced in pHce, W...B,
Corsets reduced in price, Special prices on
notlons.'Owi cut rate prices op all toilet
. -sundries-(see window), 15c values In Tor-
chon Laces 3c'yd, Spring showing of Dress
; Goods reducd one-half to 33 V3 per cent,
Special "prices on seasonable lines of wash
goods, Embroideries, reduced in price, Our
-anlra Una nf lio tvitvi -- lo nlnon o nnn. tUrA
j UllllIU ll.llb Ul IICUIIIIIUUINO LU
" less in pjice, White -wash
- Veilings at special prices, Broken assort-
anient of shoes at less than the cos't'of mak
Ing, At this time of the, year we know what
lines of shoes we are going to discontinue,
and have added these to our broken lines
for one big bargain today,
' CITY NEWS.
Wattage Undertaking Parlors-
Cottage and Chomekota Sts. Calls
day or night. Phono 724.
New Mortuary Chapel
W. T. Rlgdon has tho f rarao up for
his now mortuary chapel, on High
licensed to Wed '
County Clerk Allon, has today ls
eued a marrlago ileonso to Frank
Horsky, of -Albany, agod 23 yoars
and' Amblla Oladolc of Salem, agod
if Meats Aro Too High-
Try, flsh, , Thoao nlco big Columbia
river roo'shad and chinook salmon,
also choice halibut and bjack cod, at
Parrlngtori's.'.'tUe Stato street grocer
Much Interest In Examinations
v County Suporiutondont Smith re
ports that tho olghth grado examina
tions are attracting much interest
throughout tho county. There aro In
all 32.1' applicants for tho examina
tions. ,"' ' '
Commission Heard Complaint-
.Tho State Railroad Commission re
turned today from Portlaud, whore it
hoard the complaint of citizens in re
lation to tho failure at tho o. it. &
N. Co. to provido ft depot at Monta
vllla. Prof, Jos. Schufer
Professor of hlHtory of U. of 0
will give a free lecturo at the Uni
versity ghapol this evening at 8
o'clock, on 'CtarlyslB ns an Hlgtor-
lan." Tho public is cordially invited
and urged to bo present,
ITUo Salom, Woman's Clul
Will meot at tho rosldonco of Mrs.
A. N. Mooroe, corner of. Chemekota
and Summer streets, at 2:30. Prof,
Jos, Schafor, of tho U. of 0., will give
nn Informal talk on Oregon history
before tbo club. All mombars aro in
vited to bo present.
XtotUeslitp for Veterans-
Qovornor Benson yosterday wjrod
tbo navy department asking that tho
lmttleshlps and cruisers which aro In
tho Pacific waters bo ordorod into tho
port of Astoria from June 21 to 24,
the. occasion being tho 0. A. It. on
csmpraout, Tho notion was token'' In
pursuance to a request by tho vet
erans, CJil-Namol Display
On Thursday. Frtduy and Saturday
of t!k -week, bjr one of the boat lady
demonstrators sent out by tbo fac
tory. Ohlrtyamel (s on,e. of tho finest
finlahftrtt known for furniture and l
Inside work. Kvorybody U Invited.
WUeelally ladle, to the work at;
K4e, Psrwt & Co'u on thate day
lIUOC cu uiio-uiiiu
Mosslo Case Today
Tho caso of- Bber D. Mossio
ngans Mary Gyrus is being heard by
Judgo Galloway today in the circuit
court. Tho Issuo Involved Is the
specific performance of a contract in
relation to tho conveyanco of some
30 lots In Brooklyn's addition to tho
City of Salom.
Gets Flno Position
J. C. Oliver, of tho Ollver-Michaux
Co., has accepted a position as broker
with a Now York ladles' and misses'
suits and cloak firm, and left n
to take charge of his torrltory. His
territory will ombraco Colorado,
Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Novada, Ari
zona and Montana.
To Arrauge for Memorial Day.
Tho G. A. It. and tho W. It. C. will
moo't this ovonlng at tho Board of
Trado rooms with tho commlttoo re
cently appointed by the Board of
Trndo to co-opornte with tho organi
zation In tho observance of Memor
ial Day, and plans In relation .to tho
colobratlon will bo discussed and de
ICInmath Falls Excursion
Aro you going on tho business
man's oxoursloh. to Klamath Falhron
tho 24th? Of courso you aro, bo
cuubo you. nro a business man and
this Is business and you nro a Salem
boostor and this is a big Salam
boost. Tickets for tho round trip cost
60; but this covors all oxpenses pf
meals, berth and porter service for
the ontlro trip, Qhnuncey Bishop,
Ruwell CMHn and Joe. Albert are
the committee In charge. See them
or any of them about your ticket,
and .then give yourself n trip you
will never regret.
Tlig Plaintiffs "Won
Judge Galloway today rondorod a
doolslon In tho case of Grabor
Brothora against L. Bornard and
Lulu Bornard, his wlfo. The suit
was Instituted for tho purpose of re
covering a judgment on a lien which
had boon filed rn tho dwelling house
of tho defendants as security for
labor and materials turnlshod In
plumbing (t. Tho defendants con
tested tho. lion, but Judgq Galloway
ruled In favor or tho plaintiffs.
Lowered tlio Rates
Tho Orogon' Railroad Commission
rocoivod a communication today from
tho Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany advising It that tho rates on
flour and mill feed between Albany
and Drain had boon lowered.
Sumo time ago tbo Albany Mill
ing company made a complaint to
the commission U)ftt tho rats charged
from Albany to Drain when aompared
with what was charged fram Port
land to Drain was unnVtsonable the
former being 14 rente per hundred
pound. d tho latter fifteen oeoU.
The tohipany ruJinej the rate to
twelve cent,. !
u i w wi urn ieM i
w w i -iwj
Men's and Young Men's
Wool Suits Clearing at 1-3
Less Than Their Real Worth
Your Inspection is invited to review
this wonderful display of
snappy models at less than
their real worth come early
before the choice patterns
are gone, See window dis
play, Court street,
Tomorrow on Willamette field,
Salom High School will hold a dual
Hold and track meet with Washing
ton High School, of Portland. The
teams aro very evonly matched., each
school claiming several record
Kaiser, Salom's sprinter, from the
showing made in tho Intor-class
moot, should bo able to romp away
with tho 100 and 220, while Capt.
Josoph intends to break n record In
tho. 440,-ynrd dash,
Windnaglo, ono of tho Washing
ton otttrloa in Uio "mile, is considered
to bo tho fastest distanco man
among tho preparatory schools of
Portland, and It would bo hard to
find In any ono schooj a bunch of
four spocdlor 220-yard men, than
Darllrtg, Branlon, Nolson and Bar
bor, who compose Washington's rp'
From tho number of goqd nier
ontorod in all ovontB tho moot prom
isor to be hard fought.
Tho following aro tha qnwoe' in
the dlfforont evonta:
100 yard dash Douglas, Jaekeon,
(W. H. S.); Knlsor, R. Savage, (S.
S00 yurd run Beaker, Neleou.
W. U. 8,); Laflij-, Koefr, Savage.
(S. IT. S.).
GO yard Unah Jnokson, dale (W.
II, S. ); jcuhw, Byrd (S, n, S.).
120 yard Tiurdlea MoClaren (W.
H. S.)j Mills, Benson (S. II. S.).
220 yard dash Brnnlon, Joy (W
H. S.); Kalsor, Lewis, JosopH( S. H.
Mllo.run Wlndnnglo, Miller, (W.
H. S.li Ltifky, Prince, Savage, (S.
H. S.), ;
, 440-yard dash .Noteon, Barkor,
W. II. S.); Josoph, Dennlson, (S,
220 yard hurdles McQJaron.
Jackson, (W. II. S.)J Lowls, Mills,
(S, II. 8.).
Shot put Darling, Hodgos;.' (W
II. & ; Josoph. Hofor, (S. II. .).
High jumi DqubIos Go9Hw(V.
H. S.); MU!l-,'BQns6n; iCalsj (
ll. 8.). 1 V v "'
. Dliwus Hodg ,DkrJlng6fv
S.); Ilofar, Roiison, .fSU "
Broad . JiMnfr-Ullto '
(W. II. S,)i Dennln. fS.
Pole vault ArjnstroriBt
(W, H. 3.); Lewlp. MiCraaK
Hammer Hedges, Drtfug,
II. 8 ): Hofw. (S. II. 8 . N
Uel-Kaliier. Byrd. M'lW. J
Mph (S , g uioa
jiea Brlp n" II 8 )
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STAIRWAY COLLAPSES AT THE
PAVILION AND HUNDREDS OF
SPECTATORS AT BOXING
MATCH AltE DUCKED.
ukitid rnzss leased mux.
Salt Lako City, Utah, May 13.
Searching parties who today dragged
Salt Lako around the Salt Air pa
vilion, the outer stairs of which col
lapsed and threw a hundred persons
into eight feet of. water, report to
day that no .bodies arq in tho lake.
Twenty persons were injured in
the accident, but physicians today
declare that none are fatally hurt.
The accident came at tho close of
a boxing contest between Thompson
and Sullivan. Five thousand per
sons attended tho exhibition. The
stairway collapsed as the crowd was
leaving tho pavilion.
Because of the darkness it could
not bo learned definitely last night
whether any persons lost their lives
and a careful search was made to
The pavilion ( Is built over the
great Salt Lake and those thrown
off the stairway were pitched into
DISTRICT ATTORNEY. WEYMA.V
ANNOUNCES THAT HE WILL
PLACE LEE O'NEIL BROWN ON
TRIAL ON BRIBERY CHARGE
C united rness ijtAsna wiiie.1
Chicago, May 13. District Attor
ney Wayman created a sensation
here this afternoon when he an
nounced that he would call tho caso
of Lee O'Neill Browne, Indictod for
bribery in connection with the elec
tion of U. S. Senator William ?.
Lorimer, for trial Monday.
Browne was democratic leader of
tho lower house of tho Illinais legis
nture. Ho wa3 indictod following
an investigation of a confession by
Charles A. White, who said Browne
had paid him $900 to vote, for Lori
riior. The grand 'jury investigation of
tho caso is not yet completed and an
investigation of, the alleged bribery
is under way at Springfield, the
state capital. The sudden decision
to bring Browne to trial came as
It is believed that tho defense will
fight for a continuance.
Wayman declares that he Intends
to push tho cose' to trial as soon as
It Is bolloved that tho district at
tornoy's determination to push the
enso is caused by his belief that ho
has convincing ovidenco. The trial
It is further expected, will bring to
light ovidencq that will assist in tho
STATIC GRANGE TODAY TOOK UI
THIS REAL WORK OF T11H SUS
. SIGN OFMCHRS TO RE PAID
Oregon City, Ore.. May 13. The
State Q range took up the first real
hard work today, although it has beon
in session two days. Tho convontlon
opened this forenoon early, desplto
tho fact that secret work-kept tho del
egates up until past midnight
Reports of loglslatlvo and execu
tive work ocoupled roost of the day's
Tho constitution has been amend
cd by fixing now salaries for tho om-
cors. Horoaftor Jho stato master will
bo paid $300 par annum, tho secre
tary M00, lecturer ?200, treasurer
125, delegates 1 per day while at
tending sessions and traveling ex
Tho principal feature of the day
'8 $0 speech Qf A. T. Buxton, who
Juj& concluded his second term
Wfiio reviewed tne condition
ftiauon, ana deeiarod that
HBum aiam in rural com
far all that commercial
fjtf Ui the citl.
. aud Carter. Fle'd
t rVrno and Hoff
4cw of ftaUb
TH WILL PAY
- County Superintendent Smith re-
turnod last evening from a visit m
Scotts Mills and Sllvorton.
C. L. Starr, secretary to tho State
Tax Commission, wjll leave this
evening on a businesscvisit to Falls
Mrs. Etbel Cotter, chiof clerk o
tho State Library Commission, is
back from a three "weeks' visit at
San Jose, California.
H. N. Cockorllno, of Albany, was
transacting business In the city yes
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holman pre
visiting friends In Portland.
Mayor George Rogers and Dr. T.
C. Smith, of Salem, wore in the city
today visiting friends. They left
this afternoon- in the former's auto
mobile" for a trip through the Inter
ior to southern Oregon. The Dalles
- E, M. Bosworth, secretary of the
Y. M. C. A., is building a fine 5-room
bungalow at the Corner of Sixth and
Geo. Rooney, of Portland, Is visit
ing in the city. During his stay he
is the guest of C. E. iiockwell.
Dr. Major and wife, of Medford,
are visitors In the city.
O. H Brougher, of Scotts Mills,
was a business visitor In the city yes
terday afternoon. x
J. C. Collins, of Independence, was
transacting business in the city yes
Miss Jennlo Sondquist, ono of Sa
lem's most efficient lady stenograph
ers, left today for La Center, Wash.,
whore sho will spend a short vaca
tion visiting her parents.
Tom Wilson, bookkeeper at the
state prison, has recovered from his
attack of appendicitis and has re
sumed the duties of his position.
ANOTHER SEATTLE MURDER.
(Continued frojn page 1.)
St. Louis Also Records It.
St. Louis, May 13. AS earth
quake shock lasting 63 minutes was
recorded by the seismograph at the
St. Louis university this morning.
Tho shock, the record shows was
heavy, but 'was probably some thou
sands of miles away, t is believed
by professors at tho university that
the shock affected the western coast
of South America.
Spokano Plcketl It Up.
Gonzaga College, Spokane, Wash.,
May 13. An earthquake lasting
from 12:18 to 12 51 o'colck this
morning was recorded by tho seis
mograph at tho college. Although
the exact location could' not bo de
termined It was within a radius of
931 miles, supposedly in a southern
There Were five distinct shocks at
tho scheduled hours, 12:24, 12:33,
12:39 and 12:50.
Fined for Blocking Sidewalk
Frank Watson was arrested this
morning by Day Officer Murphy on
tho charge of blocking the sidewalk,
near the corner of Capital and Center
streets with material for a building
which is being constructed near by.
He appeared before Municipal Judge
Moores and paid a fine of $5.
O. E. S. Went Visiting
Chadwick Chapter, O. E. S., of
Salem, visited Naomi charpter of Dal
las last evening, some 3G members
going ovor. They were royally onter
talned, Initiatory wo'rk by Naomi
chapter, one of tho crack chapters of
tho state, being a feature Which was
appreciated almost as much as the
immense array of good things to oat
at tho banquet following. The visi
tors arrived homo on a apeglal train
at midnight. N
Five Burned to Dentil.
f UN I T1I I'HERS LBARBU WIRK.l
Minneapolis, Minn., May 13. Bert
Sperry, hiB mother and three obil
dreu were burned to death in a flro
which dostroyod their homo at Fari
bault today, according to a report ro
calved hero. Mrs. Sperry and two
children were saved.
Real, effective preaching is lived.
Our modo- of life preaches all . the
FOR SALE Excellent lot on
Union street. Sewer connection.
New 5-room bungalow, Twelfth
and Marion streets. 32200.
Lot, Seventeenth street, between
Stato and Court. $C50.
Lot, northeast corner Laurel and
Highland avenue. $10 down; S5
Don't overlook the dwelling.
southeast corner Twelfth and Couri
streets. $3,250 J500 of' this goej
Lot. 40x100. half block of atato-
Lot. Thirteenth and Center
streets. $1050. A good buy.
New 6-room modern dwelling.
$400 down; balance, monthly pay
Terra can be had on all of the'
Se MHTH-GILLIXOHAM CO.
Room 5 McOornack UWg.
Phoiw Ofl or !).
PHOTOGRAPHER HOUGHTON OF
PORTLAND, AFTER FASTING 21
DAYS, GETTING HIS STOMACH
IN LINE FOR ACTIVE WORK.
UNITED TRESS LEASED WIIU3.
Portland, Ore., May 13. After
starving for 21 days, to euro himself
of stomach trouble, A. S. Houghton,
a photographer, today began to break
his fast by sipping the Juice of or
anges. Houghton statted his starva
tion euro with tho intention of ab
staining from food until his appetite
Yesterday, howovor, ho decided
that ho was gotting" too weak, and
needed nourishment, desplto tho fact
that he did not feel hungry. "I sup
pose when I start taking solid food
into my stomach I will have an appe
tite," said Houghton, "and it will be
necessary to exercise will power not
"It Is no fun to fast for three
weeks. Eating is delightful."
Houghton has lost 21 pounds In
three weeks. Ho said he expects to
gain flesh' at the rate he lost it. The
only effect he noticed since he first
began was that he slept only six hours
nightly instead of nine.
Snys Mothers Are Ignorant.
Cincinnati, O., May 13. That wo
men are Ignorant of the duties of
motherhood was the declaration
made this afternoon by Mrs. Joseph
ine Mumford, president of the moth
ers' congress, In an address before
the Federation of Women's Clubs.
"The fact thr.t men have to teach
wpmen how to feed children, as has
been done In Philadelphia and other
larger cities, Indicates how ignor
ant mothers really are," said Mrs.
No Wrestling Memorial Day.
Chicago, May 13. Mayor Busse
announced this afternoon that he
will not permit the Gotch-Zbyszko
wrestling ma,tch to be hbld on Dec
oration day and instructed the polico
to arrest the promoters it they at
tempt to stago the match.
"Decorat'on day is sacred to our
dead heroes and I won't permit its
desecration by promoters of a wrest
ling match," said the. mayor. .
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
Room 13 Bush Bank Blk, Salem, Or
MONEY TO LOAN
TFOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem. Or
FOR SALE First class t newspaper
loiaing maenme 4-6-8-10 or 12
pages folded at onco up to a full
.sized 7 column paper. Chean it
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem
7DR SALE Sovoral houses In 8a-
lom, and farm lands at a bargain
Capital National Bank. 6-l-eod
WANTED One hundred cords of
first or second-growth wood, de
livered at city hall; can use wood
as largo as 10x10; send bills to
S. A; Minnlng marked "wood bids."
S. A. Manning, chairman of pub
11c buildings. G-12-4t
AVANTED Strong old fanning mill
cheap for cash. J. It. Chapman,
Route 2, Box 9, Salem, Oregon
Phono "Farm" 171. 5-12-3t
WANTED To buy any kind of hogs
Highest market price, cash. Hop
Leo laundry, 225 South Commer
cial streot. Phone 1158. 5-12-tf
pou SALE Well Improved farms
from $3G to $50 per acre; terms to
suit purchaser, Seo F. E. Beau
champ, Marlon, Oregon. 5-12-lw
FOR SALE A flno milk cow. P.
F. Mihcenmer, near Fairgrounds,
on car lino. 5-12-3t
FOR SALE Young, gentle horse, al
so rubber tired buggy, harness,
saddle, 1358 Chemekota street.
WANTED -Three good cooks, one
housekeeper, a man for general
hotel work, strawberry pickers, a
man for general farm work and
wood chopper. All good wages.
Apply to A. C. Smith & Co., 544
State streot. Phone 1607.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY LANDS
Bow River Valley, Southern Alberta.
First-class Farm Lands Cheap Ten Yoars Time.
Local Agency Steeves Block, Salem, Oregon.
a. d. Mccarty, local aobnt.
HAYS HAIR HEALTH
NEVER FAILS TO
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY.
Salltfy Ytarulh StndlKt ttmfora
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Cut this adv. out and mall with your,
name and address, and so cents to
w PHILO HAY SPECIALTIES CO. .
30 Clinton St., Newark, N J..U.3A,
J. C. PERRY.
A special representative' of tho U.
S. Department of Agriculture, Wash
ington, D. C, Dr. Maurice A. Eld
ridge, best known authority on good
?oads in tho country, will speak on
that subject at the following points
on tho 'dates shown:
McMlnnvillo, May. 30.
Forest Grove, May 31.
Oregon City, June 1.
Salem, Juno 2.
Albany, June 3. j '
Corvallis, June 4.
Eugene, Juno G.
Roseburg, June 7.
Grants Pass, June 8.
Medford, June 9.
Ashland, Juno 10. -
Gen. Pas Agt., Portland, Or.-5-13-to
Oregon Rents Washington.
The varsity baseball team de
feated the University of Washington
team at Eugene Wednesday, 3 to 2.
It Is the only defeat Washington has
had In a conference game this year.
Oregon ..3 4 4Washington .2 7 t
Batteries Henkle and aTylor;
Belford and Hemonway.
It has about been decided by
astronomers that Halley won't hurt
the earth any.
10S-acre farm; 100 under culti
vation, good buildings, C miles from
Salem in the Waldo Hills. Price,
including team, wagon, cow, chick
ens, farm Implements, etc., S10.00O-
40 acres! 25 under cult., 10 acres
fino hops, 1 aero loganberries, old
buildings, 1 mile to stantlon on elec
tric line. Sharo of crop. Trice,
30 acres fine grub oak on Salem.v
Falls City R. R., at a bargain.
10 acres on tho installment plan,
3 miles from city. $100 per acre.
5 acres flno land by the Geo. Sav
age tract, for $150 per acre. Why
New 7-room house and 2 lots on.
the Capital St. Boulevard, $2,500.
$700 cash, balance in 2 years.
Before you buy see
Derby & Willson
U. S. Bank Bldg.
Tho finest machine of this kind
ever seen in this part of the
country. Runs evory night un
der fine tent 50x100 feet.
Plenty of Seats For
5c per Ride of Five
Bring the children out aud let
them have a good time. Runs
every night and Sunday after
noon. South 21st and Hyde
streets, near Turner road.
CARE FOR THE LINEN
Wo make a specialty of launaer
Ing tho finest fabrics and table
linens. Clones are not worn out
with machinery. All work called
for and delivered. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Hand Laundry
2649 Currant Ave. Phono 403