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DAILY CATlTAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1010.
THE BEST VALUES ARE
If you are fastidious in your
taste and also economically
inclined you can always be
THERE IS '
In purchasing men's, clothing
here now. We have the smart
est styles, the best tailoring
and the most popular fabrics at
prices that spell ECONOMY,
Come and be convinced that
Save you money
While the Inoculation Is not com-i In buying a gentle horse always
pulsory, all the enlisted men are be-J remember that a gentle horse Is a
ing encouraged In the practice. ' lazy horse,
HINDU'S CLAIM INTERPRETER
JELLEY ASKED FOR COIN AN1
NOT, GETTING IT, MISREPRE
SENTED THEIR STATEMENTS.
united .mess ltased wIrb.J
Seattle, Wash., June 15. Affida
vits on fllo In the local Immigration
office today charges E. S.' Jelley, Jr..
Official Interpreter o Indian lan
guages for the United States Immi
gration department, with, domandlng
bribes from Hindus entering the
country and upon the refusal of the
immigrants to accede to his alleged
demands of having misinterpreted
their answers that they were re
fused admission to the' country.
With the affidavits Is filed a peti
tion for a rehearing of -the applica
tions for admittance to the United
States of 16 natives ,of India, who
arrived on the Minnesota June 4.
The Hindus allege that Jelley de
manded .$100- from the party which
her refused. He was summoned
from Vancouver to ,examlne the im
migrants. One of the questions which the
board of Inquiry put' to the Hindus
was "do you believe In taking a
second wife?" According to Jelley
they replied "Yes." The immi
grants declare that Jelley never In
quired as to their views, on poly
Mayor McCarthy All Right.
UNITED MESS LEASED WIKU.l
Indianapolis, Ind., Juno 15.
Mayor P. H,' McCarthy of San Fran
cisco was discharged from St. Vin
cent's hospital today. He has recov
ered froVn Injuries received when he
was thrown from an automobile two
weeks ago. He probably will leave
for San Francisco tomorrow.
Klamath Falls, Oro., Juno 15.
Word was received hero this after
noon that "Ike" Harold, a sheep
herder had been captured at Mud
Flat, 18 'miles'- from Lakevlow, by
members of ttio sheriff's posso after"
eight shots had been fired at the
Harold, who was armed, attempt
ed to fire twice at Deputy Sheriffs
Charles Arthur and Creed McKonzlo,
but the gun snapped and failed to
Tho officers thereupon fired and
brought Harold to the ground with
a bullet in tho leg.
Harold, according to tho roport
reaching here, admitted that ho had
shot the two Newell brothers, sheep
men, by whom he had been em
ployed. Harold was taken to Lakevlow by
tho officers. ,
UNITED rBISB IJUIBID WISS.1
Corning, N. Y., June 15. Fol
lowing an Investigation today it Is
believed that tho Are which de
stroyed the Buck Manufacturing
Company's plant at Coudersport,
Pa., and cremated Claronco Bllck
and. Ills son, Bernard, started In the
machine room, where the senior
Buck was explaining to his son the
secret of & safety powder of which
he was tho Inventor.
For years Buck had closely guard
ed his secret but he had decided to
make tho process of the powder man
ufacture known to his son.
Suspect Is Arrested.
Newport, Ky., June 15. Rossarlo
Granger was arrested here today on
suspicion that he Is Joseph Wondllng,
a janitor of Louisville, suspected of
having murdered Alma Kellner.
HAS INFORMED SEVERAL CON
GRESSMEN TnAT HE WILL IN
SIST ON STATEHOOD FOIt NEW
MEXICO AND ARIZONA BE
FORE CONGRESS ADJOURNS.
ckiteo rtutsB xaABsn
Washington, Juno 16. Before go
ing to Marlotta, O., whero ho will de
liver an address on tho anniversary
of tho founding of Muskingum acado-
my this afternoon, and recelvo an
honorary dQgredo, President Taft In
formed several mentbors of congress
that ho wtl llnslst upon tho passago
of tho Now Mexico and Arizona state
hood bills before adjournment of con
gross. This may prevent adjourn
ments on Saturday of next week, as
Is now planned.
Presldont Taft summoned Senator
Beverldge, of Indiana, chairman of
tho territories committee, and stated
that ho wanted tho statehood bills
made laws 'at this session of congress.
Boverldgo will ondeavor to get action
by both houses.
It Is understood that the lower
house, which has already passed one
statehood bill, is willing to accept
and pass a substitute from the sen
ate, provided the senate takes tho
house postal savings bill.
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GILLETTE WOULD STOP FIGHT.
(Continued from page 1.)
JSl fcj fVl INI jr f 1
By Buying Your Furoi
Cash-Raising Sale at
Now at The Big June
Buren & Hamilton's
t for CcLSti
You owe it to yourself to at (east look through our stock.
If you will do this, we are sure that you will make your
purchases here, because at no other place will you find
so complete an assortment to select from. Get in line
with the many other careful buyers who are taking
advantage of this exceptional offer. Every article, barr
ing a few contract goods, in the finest stock of house
furnings in the Willamette Valley can be bought during
this sale at a discount of 15 ppr cent for cash. All sea
sonable goods such as hammocks, porch and lawn furni
ture, oil stoves, gas ranges, refrigerators, etc. Also wall
paper and art goods, as well as carpels, drapery and
furniture, are subject to the same liberal discount.
not look to bo a hoavy punch, but
tho young fighter went over back'
wards. His head seemingly dropped
low as though his neck had been
injured, and as ho struck tho floor
tho sound of tho impact could bo
heard throughout tho building.' ,
Next the Nolson-Wolgast fight that
took place on Washington's birthday
(It seems that prize fighters all want
to fight on Washington's birthday,
Decoration Day and Independence
Day , and reported in all tho dally
papers in tho state by rounds. I quote
from tho San Francisco Chroniclo of
"Hound 13 Nelson's lips were
puffed and his mouth and eyes swol
len. Thoy mixed It like tigers, Wol
gast having all the bettor of It,
landing repeatedly on tho body and
Jaw, with Nelson fighting wildly and
(The following sentence In tho
governor's letter wero underscored.)
"Wolcast. literally, cut tho bat
tlers face to ribbons, but still tho
Dano came on for more."
- "Round 39 Wolgast appeared
loth to put In the finishing punch.
Ho Jabbed incessantly at tho Battler's
anatomy, and again the blood flowed
in a stream. Wolgast almost sent
Nelson to tho floor, landing blow af
ter blow on the defenseless cham,
plon's faco." '
In. tho sarab issue of tho Chronicle
is a roport of tho fight.
I quota, from It: -
"After wearing his opponent down
until he practically had no strength
loft with which to make an adequate
dofonso, much less put up an offen
sive stylo ot battlo, Conley rushed
In and gavo Attoll such a terrific
drubbing in tho 42nd round of tholr
schoduled 45-round fight at Vernon
this afternoon that the San Francis
co boy was unablo to rise when
knocked to tho floor .with a full
swing that caught him on the back
of the head.
"Attell was lying .unconscious
upon liis back, sprawled at full
length, and did not move when his
seconds lifted him In tholr arms and
carried him to his corner."
If theso contests wero not prlzo
fights, then the historic battlo be
tween Heennn and Sayres was not.
I have no doubt that the coming
contest betwoen Jeffries and John
son will bo a repetition of tho bru
tality mpntlonod In tho foregoing
fights, onjy on a lagor scale.
If "sparring exhibitions" .as per
mitted by our 'laws mako fights
where men aro klllod, benton Into
Insonslbility and tholr (aces "cut to.
ribbons" are lawful nets, then It Is
tlmo that tho legislature should In-
1 0 MBg. A0
QON'T FORGET that Saturday,
June 18, will positively be the last
day of the Great' 20 per cent Dis
count Sale at
Our Store Closes Every Evening at 5:30 Except Saturday
terfcro and mako such exhibitions or
contests a felony.
Knnfman-Iiangford Fight, Too.
Sacramento, Calif., Juno 15.
Governor Glllett, aBkod regarding
tho Kaufman-Langford fight, Bald:
"I have included tho Kaufman-
Ltpigfbrd fight in my remarks on the
Jeffries-Johnson battlo. I did not
know that this Kaufman-Langford
fight had been booked for Saturday
b'ut,Ixhavo telegraphed toAttornoy
Genoral Webb to take tho samo no
tion In this connection as I Instruct
ed him to tako In tho so-called big
"I lntond to mako a clean sweep
In tho matter of fights In California
and shall use no discrimination In
my oftorta to weed them out,"
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MURDERER, NOT CAPTURED.
(Continued from page. 1.)
Bkull was fractured, and that sho
died before being placed in tho trunk
in which sho was found In tho lake
Snys Charlton Was There.
Washington, June 15. Friends of
Porter, Charlton today expressed tho
bollof that Charlton was present at
tho tlmo of tho murder ot his wlfo. .
THoy explain tho presence of quanti
ties of blood on tho bed clothing at
tho Charlton villa by saying that
Charlton suffered from tuberculosis,
and probably had a hemorrhage la
tho exciting scenes attending tho
Discussing tho roport from Milan
that Estello Rold, who was klllod at
Naples, was n sister of Charlton's,
Judgo Charlton, father of tho mlsslngr
man, said today that his son never
had a sister.
Is all nowly fitted up and is now
ready to accommodate all who wish,
to come; also cottages and tents for
ront. For further Information wrlto
to W. D. Whoolor, Nowport, Ore., box
Reform School' Supplies,
Sealed proposals nro hereby Invit-,
ed for furnishing tho Oregon State
Reform School with Bupplles for tho
six months jndlng December 31,
1910. Said I'applleb to consist of
groceries, bread stuffs, moat, leath
er and findings, clothing, etc List
with specifications will bo furnlshod
on application to the institution, A11
bids must bo In by Junq 24, V10,
and must be aworanamart by cortl
.fled chock of 10 per in,t pf the bids,
muilo out to the superintendent of
the school. All goods, mutt be de
livered by the successful bidder on
or before July 15, 191), and must
ba In accordance with nample sub
mitted 0d In origin .1 package
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