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DAILY CAPITA!. JOUKXAIj, SAIiKfll, OREGON, TlIUll8DAr, JUNE 10, 1010.
Now On Ail White Goods
And there are also other very attractive specials in all
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utjpanmems, in many lines such values were never
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20c Turkish Bath Tow
(Ono day only at this price)
These towels are con
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i--r Saturday Only 1212c
The Store of Quality and Modest Prices
I . '. . Always
HIS IIEAUT WAS TOUCHED 111
HER DUSKY EYES AND HIS
l'OCKET BY HER NIMBLE FIN
GERS THE LATTER FACT 13
WHAT HURTS WORST.
UNITED PRESS, LEASED WinB.
San Francisco, June 16. Mrs.
Hannarh,5Velch, GObot andiproba
l)ly fatally wounded Deputy Sheriff
John Barr today v"hen' the officer en
deavored to eject the woman and
her aged husband, Johu Welch,
lrom the house In which they were
living. The house was sold at a'
sheriff's sale a year ago. Barr, with
a force of men, was sent to dispos
sess the Welchs. Mrs. Welch drew
a revolver and flred. The bullet
truck Barr In the mouth.
Later, at the hospital tho sur
geons said the bullet had lodged In
the cheek muscles and that Barr was
not in danger of death unless com
plications set in.
Because he listened to tho much
fair speech and permitted himself to
bask In the sunshine of the mercen
ary affections of a chocolate colored
lady, who descended upon tho city's
Chinatown last night, Chlng Sing, an
Oriental, after he succeeded in
arpusing himself from the spell she
had thrown over him, found that
there was missing from his pockets
just $38.50; and bccauso of her in
dulgence in the light fingered arts
upon the person of the Oriental, tho
chocolate colored lady, together
with her dusky pander, this morn
ing found themselves looking out
upon the world through the bars of
the city Jail with a charge of lar
ceny from the person lodged against
tho "lady" on the judge's docket.
Chitng Sing Bccamo Infatuated.
Ethel Johnson, for that is tho col
ored lady's name, and C. H. Black,
tho name of her paramour, arrived
in tho city yesterday morning from
tho City of Roses. After parading
through the city and taking a gen
eral Inventory of it they evidently
decided that Chinatown affordod tho
best opportunities for their opera
tions, and last night after dark the
lady descended upon it, and eventu
ally found horself In the (abode of
Ching Sing. Now Chlng Sing being
a good Chinaman being "evley
body's flend" and having no reason
to bellove that her show of affec
tlons was prompted by sinister mo
tives, not only accepted them, but
ardently returned them, and tho col
ored lady In return accepted, and in
cidentally extracted from Sing,
?3"8.50, which represented a good
portion of his hard earned savings.
Whether prior to lavishing her af
fections upon Sing she had also
sought to lavish them upon others of
his race is neither affirmed nor de
nied, but Sing upon hla oath does af
firm that she extracted from his per
son the above sum of money, and
also says that she was very affection
ate. Captured at the Depot.
When the news spread through
Chinatown, that Sing had been
robbed, 'there was a general tumult
Electricity has. at last been applied
to the Teddy bear, a Maryland man ' and commotion and the officers were
having patented one that opens Its,
jaws and flashes lights from its eyes,
nose and mouth, when a battery in
its interior is pressed.
Almost all married people are
looking for sympathy.
asked to apprehend his dusky aflin
Ity. A search of the couple's room
in the Savoy Hotel disclosed that
they had departed from it but a
search of the Southern "Pacific depot
was rewarded with better success.
The chocolate lady was found stand
ing behind the tank near tho depot,
while her "gentleman friend" was
stnnding guard outside, nnd both
wero arrested and placed in jail. It
developed that they had purchased
tickets for Sacramento and that had
tho officers been a little later thoy
would havo escaped.
Tho preliminary examination has
not been set.
FRANK SERGEANT ARRESTED
FOR KIDNAPING DAUGHTER
Frank Sergeant, who was arrested
an tho charge of kidnaping his
eight-year-old daughter, Marie Sor
goant, from tho custody of her
brother, L. Sergeant, proprietor of
the Florence Hotel, was arraigned
yesterday afternoon beforo Judge
Webster and pleaded not guilty to
the charge. His preliminary exami
nation was set for 2 o'clock this af
ternoon, but ho indicated to tho
court that ho desired to consult a
lawyer with relation to the charge,
and that he desired moro time, and
a postponement wilt probably bo
made until tomorrow morning.
According to tho story related to
tho officials,, Sergfjint and his wife
bad trouble in Idaho, and the result
was a decree of divorce in favor of
tho wife, and which docreo awarded
her the custody of tho children. Re
6ently, it seems, that they have bgon
with tho brother, and the other day
Sergeant is alleged to have gone to
the Florence Hotel and coerced the
younger daughter in going" with him.
An older sister, Ethol, aged 19
years, did not desire to see her sis
ter accompany him alone, arid went
with thorn and they came down
town. Upon their arrival in the city
Sergeant went to the sheriffs ofllce
and desired Sheriff M.lnto to tako the
girls into custody, but the sheriff In
dicated that he needed to be takon
Into custody himself, and after or
dering him from tho room secured
tho story from the girls.
The son subsequently had a war
rant sworn out for the father and he
was arrested by Deputy Sheriff
NO MORE FIGHTS
AT LOS ANGELES
" San Diego Cal., Juno 16. Tho city
council today, by a vote of 4 to 1,
adopted a resolution refusing to is
sue any more 'permits for boxing con
tests in this city. The resolution was
presented by John L. Sehon, superln
tendent of the police department and
"I herewith enclose the application
of William McMahon, as manager of
'the Dreamland pavilion, for a license
for a boxing match on Juno 17 next
"In view" of tho attitude andraction
taken by Governor Qillett concerning
the proposed contest July 4 next, in
San Francisco, between James J
Jeffries and Jack Johnson, I rccom
mend that this petition be donied
and that in the future no permits for
boxing contests be granted."
ALL THE FIGHT FANS UP IN THE
AIR AND SORE AT GILLETTE
BIG FIGHT WILL NOT BE
STOPPED, BUT WILL TAKE
PLACE IH KENO.
DON'T FORGET that Saturday,
June 18, will positively be the last
day of the Great 20 per cent Dis
count Sale at
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does not expand so fast, consequently it breads and gets mixed with the food.
There is no such danger) from food cooked in up-to-date
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UNITED FBX88 LSAUO TTIU.I
Itowardennan Training Camp, Juno
1C. James J. Jeffries Is a very much
disgusted man. Yesterday bo was In
the best of spirits. When tho United
Press first Informed him of tho ac
tion of Governor Glllott in taking
steps to stop tho fight, his spirits
dropped llko a plummet. What tho
big follow will do Is problematical.
Today his old "grouch has re
turned; tho "grouch" out of which
ho had been humored after weeks of
hard work by his trainers. The
"grizzly" may decide to lay off until
afto tho final decision as to the
placo where tho fight will bo held Is
His advisors opposo tho rest the
big fellow seems inclined to take,
and will advlso him to continue with
his training, cortain that tho fight
will tako place, either in San Fran
cisco or somo other place, on July 4.
Before tho bad nows came Jeffries
put In ono of tho best days ho has
since tho training season started.
After it was known that tho governor
had stepped in Jeff lost all Inclina
tion to continue training. Oolng to
his quarters ho called off tho after
noon's program and took a long nap.
The camp in goneral Is disconsolate
to'day. Not even late nows from San
Francisco, that tho promoters wero
fighting Inch by. inch to pull off the
fight in San Francisco has lifted the
Tho general opinion seems to bo
that it Is futllo to fight tho state au
thorltles and tho fighters havo both
received a knockout, so far as hold
ing the fight in California goes. Tho
feeling hero is that the fight will go
to Reno. A couplo of months ngo,
Tex Rlckard, anticipating drastic ac
tion on tho part of tho state authorl
ties, got a permit there. He can hold
a finish fight under the permit, and
It Is known that ho has made some
arrangements looking to erecting an
arena, in case such action becamo
If tho fight goes to Reno, It Is be
lieved here 1 will moan a heavy loss
to the promoters in tho matter of
gate receipts. It is estimated that
the receipts would dwindle nearly
Hopeful ones refuse to bollevo that
the fight will bo takon away from
California. They point out that prac
tically every merchant wants tho
fight, and they declare there Is big
sentiment all over tho state asking
for the fight to be hold in San Fran
This influence it is bellevod, will
havo a decided bearing on the mat
Our Store Closes Every Evening at 5:30 Except Saturday
Real Estate Bargains
In Salem and vicinity.
?1000 buys a 5-room house and largo lot in South 8alem. Nice
i lot of fruit on place;
Wo havo a nice, modern 6-rooin house and full basement and A '
good lots In Cast Salem for 13000.
B-room houso closo In $1500. - '
Now B-room plastered houso and large lot on 14th .St., 3 blocks
from East Salem school for only '$800.
Acreage Tracts. '
22 acres all in. cultivation, 2 mHes out; 7 acres bearlrig or
chard; fine location and best of soil, $5500.
6B acres of rich black soil 3 miles out; fine 10-room houso and
windmill, water piped through tho houso; good largo barn and
outbuildings. 26 acres in orchard; all kinds Of small fruit All
farming Implements go with placo. Prlco, $14,626.
85 acres rod loam fruit land, 50 in cult., 12 acres young or
chard; C-room houso and barn; 1 mllo to railroad town; $75 per
11 ncres of Bplondld soil nil In cultivation, and sot to apple
trees Inst winter; only 3 miles out; $2200.
894 acres of flno fruit land, all in cultivation; 6 miles out and
handy to school and railroad; $1,000.
6-10-15- and 20-acre .tracts near Fair Grounds all in cultiva
tion; $200 per acre, on easy terms.
10- and 20-ncro tracts, all in'cultl., flno fruit land; 4 miles
south; $125 per aero.' '
H. A. JOHNSON & CO.
388 State Street, Salem Oregon.
Repeated vindications may koop
you out of jail, but In other rospects
thoy are as bad as a conviction.
Put a yoko on a man, and within
a very fow days ho will complain
that it rubs.
Mars Abandoned Flight-
t UNITED I'KKfiS UUSED WIBB.1
Kansas City, Mo., Juno 16. Avi
ator Mars today abandoned his
flight in tho biplano "Skylark" In
which ho set out In an attempt to
make a dlstanco record.
He will go to Louisville, Ky.,
whoro he will malco a flight Saturday.
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$30 to $45,
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