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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1(10.
COMMITTEE NOW IN ST. TAUL
AND WILL BEGIN WORK ON
ITS REPORT WEDNESDAY-
MUCH WRANGLING IS EX
PECTED BEFORE IT IS COMi
rtlHITKO PBBag 7 MARWD WMB.l
Minneapolis, Minn,, Sept. 5. The
Ballinger-Pinchot investigation com
mittee met Informally hore today
and decided that no formal action
will bo taken beforo Wednesday
Tho members of tho commltteo at
tended the conservation congress to
day and heard tho addresses of Pres
ident Taft and Sonator Nelson,
chairman of tho commltteo. Nelson
epoko on "Public Land Laws." The
committee tomorrow will hear
.'Senators Nelson, Sutherland and
Fletcher and Congressmen McCall,
Olmstcad, Graham, Madison and
James attended tho meeting of' tho
committee. After it was over
James, the Kentucky Democrat, and
Madison, tho Kansas Insurgent,
wont to St. Paul together. Tho oth
er members of tho commltteo ac
companied Senator Nolson.
After reaching St. Paul Nelson
"Sovcn members of tho Balllnger-I
Plnchot commltteo aro hore. VVaj
Grcind Opera House
John J?. Cordrar, Mgr.
Mall orders will bo promtly attended
Monday, Sept. 5,' 10
Tho Musical Event of the Year
Special Engagement of tho
NATIONAL - POLLAR D OPERA
Biggest and Best Cast and Chorus
Ever Seen in Gilbert & Sullivan's
Famous Comic Opera
Thlrty-flvo People Special Scenery
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Salo of Scats begins Saturday, 9 a. m
open shop for somo time, and labor
troubles aro conceded to bo tho cause
of tho explosion.
IDAHO STATE BANK
AT IIAILEY IS CLOSED
f UNITED mEBS LEASED WIBS.T
Boise, Idaho, Sept. 5. Although
It Is generally believed that tho Ida
ho stato bank at Halloy was closed
owing to certain transactions Involv
ing $136,000 worth of securities be
tween tho bank and an insurance
company, State Bank isxammer
Cruso today refused to discuss tho
naturo of tho transactions.
Hal Collin, of Bolso,- a stockhold
er In tho institution, has been ap
Bank Examiner Cruso declares
that none of tho depositors will lose.
will not start work on our report Tll0 liabilities of the bank aro given
mill WftliKvcrlnv Tliorn nmlinhlv ' .
It is capitalized at $75,000.
o i .
Saved n Soldier's Life.
Facing death from shot and shell
In tho civil war was more agreeablo
to J. A. Stone, of Kemp, Tex., than
facing It from what doctors said was
consumption, "I contracted a stub
CHARTER OAK TRACK A SEA OF
MUD SCORED OF CRACK
HORSES AT THE TRACK TO
TAKE PART IN BIG EVENTS.
until Wednesday. Thoro probably
will bo several days wrangling be
fore it is comploted."
TWENTY OF CREW
f UNITED rnESB LEASED WIItE.l
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 15. Twonty
UNITED ritESS LEASED WIRE.
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 5. Rivulets
of water twisting through the sticky
mud on tho famous Charter Oak park
track today caused -a postponement
until tomorrow of tho opening of the
Grand Circuit meeting here.
Rains during tho night left the
track In such condition that racing
was out of the question. After giv
ing the course a thorough inspection,
tho stewards announced that the
opening events, including the $10,000
Charter Oak stakes, must bo post
Scores of the crack harness horses
of the country are quartered at the
track. The meet promises to bo one
of the most successful in recent years,
Tho crack trotter, Uhlans, it was an
nounced today, will bo sent against
the world's record as soon as the
track Is in condition.
BIG CITY CELEBRATES.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
principal streets of tho city today.
Ovor 7000 nfbn participated. The
"nrchors were divided Into six grand
(MvIeIoiis, each one being led by
For thq first time In Portland the
participants did not wear special uni
forms. Instead they were in civilian
attire, and the only mark that dls
tlngulshed tho various trades were
banners at the head of tho various
Fully 150,000 persons witnessed
An Awful Eruption.
of a volcano excites brief Interest,
and your Interest In skin eruptions
will bo as short, if you use Bucklon's
Arnica Salve, their quickest euro.
Even tho worst bolls ulcers, or fover
sores are soon healed by It. Best
for Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Soto Lips
Chapped Hands, Chilblains and
Piles. It gives instant relief. 25 c
at J. C. Perry's.
Reitd September Sunset.
OO.OQO Hear Darrow at St. Louis
St. Louis, Mo., Sept.. 5. Clarence
Darrow, of Chicago, addressed CO, 000
Labor Day observers at Forest Park
trday. There was no official parade,
but tho streets were thronged early
with thousands of worklngmen and
their families, moving toward Forest
I-yrk, where a monster picnic was
hnld. Following Darrow's speech lo
cal labor leaders addressed the
Los Angeles Goes to Seaside.
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 5. Thou
sands of union labor men journeyed
today to Venice, the popular seaside
resort, whero they participated in a
monster flodt and banner Labor Day
parade. Most of the organizations
represented wore distinctive uni
forms, and brass bands galore added
to tho effectiveness of the occasion
This afternoon the big feature Is a
ball game between picked teams.
There was no celebration in Los An
KILLED A MONSTER BEAR, TUM- t
BLED A BIG BUCK OVER AND X
MISSED ANOTHER BUCK THAT I
WAS SUCKLING A NICE LITTLE t
en d women
$ The new effects this season are
I most all broueht out in the Shoe j
I makine. There are no freakish $
: snapes or excreme eages to uisikha
l one's attention from the real qual-
ities of a shoe; in fact, it is the J
1 quality that determines the styles,
i f as the new custom effects cannot
I be produced by unskilled workmen
:; with cheap materials. The general
:: tone and character of the new style
:: is most pleasing and the Shoes dress !:
" the feet more attractively than for I
1 4- t 4-
Nlmrods Tako Notice George O.
Bingham, by virtue of having brok
en his own record aa a bear hunter, X
Is now tho "Official Bear Killer'
and he will hereafter bo known and
recognized as such. By order of tho
Original Bear Hunters' Club; Harry
P. MlnJ,o, president; W. L. Jones,
Thereby hangs q,tale. (Not, how-
ever, the tall of the aforesaid bruin.
Said appendage is now reeking in
brine and will bo given due promi
nence at tho end of the mounted
hide by its owner, as "Exhibit A."
bneria- Harry junto, Attorney t t , , r . ...H t
George G. Bingham and W. L. Jones,; I lUIltS Clllll LlldrclLUSr Ul UltS IHfcSW 2iyi I
of Jefferson, have returned from , T
their usual annual deer hunting ex
pedition to Southern Oregon, In the
vlcinitv of Cow Creek canvnn. an
have treasured up the usual stock of 1 SeVerdi SSaSOHS
Read "Arizona tho 47th Star" bv
Governor Richard E. Sloan, and
born cold" he writes, "that develop-, "Fremont and tho Bear Flag War"
ed a cough that stuck to mo in spite ,, tinui,, c, , ant ...
of nil rnmmii fnr vaoV Vfv I bV William Simpson in Sunset for
welKht ran down to 130 nounds. September now on sale at all news
Then I began to uso Dr. King's New .stands, 15 cents,
Dlscovory, which completely cured
mo. I now weigh 178 pounds." For
members of tho crow of the stoamshlt)' whooping cough and lung trouble,
momnorsortnocrowortuostoamsn p.,tg suprerae50o nnd 100. Triai
Prlnco Rupert nro In local hospitals bottol freo. Guaranteed by J. C.
Huuerini; irom piomaino poison, anu . rorry,
sovoral aro still in danger, although
heroic measures were taken by at
tending physlclnns yesterday after
noon as soon as tho men wero strick
en., The Prlnco Ruport carries a
crew of 100 men, and tho doparturo
for Vancouver last night was not de
layed'.by reason of tho illness of oue
flfth fof, tho crow. Tho -physicians
have not dotorrhlned the cause of tho
People often say of an unusually
bright boy: i'Ho's too smart; h
won't llvo." Yet nearly all boys of
1 that kind not only llvo but outgrow
Medford Is rustling for $10,000
and will raise it, as a bonus to se
cure tho establishment in that city
of a $100,000 hospital to be built
by tho Sisters of Providence.
f UNITED PBEB8 LUA8BD WIEB.l
"Peoria, 111., Sept. 5. Tho author
ities today aro Booking tho men re
sponsible for tho dynamiting of tho
Lucas Bridge & Iron Company's plant
which wns completely wrecked short
ly beforo 11 o'clock last night.
Tho buildings wore blown to ploccs
by threo torrllllc oxploslons. Three
maloons adjoining tho six buildings
of tho company wero blown up.
Robert Gobort, night watchman,
woa sorlously hurt.
Tho company has boen running an
AVo All Want Perfect Health.
Mrs. Jacob Wllmort Lincoln, 111.,
found her way bao kto perfect
health. She writes: "I sufforod
with kidney troublo and backache
nnd my appetite was very poor at
times. A few week's ago I got somo
or Foloy Kidnoy Pills and decided to
glvo them a fair trial. I found thoy
gnvo mo great relief, so continued
for sometime till now I am again in
perfect health. For sale by Red
Cross Pharmacy, II. Jorman, prop.
Somo doctors say that eating beef
rogularly Is bad for tho tomper.
Not a minute should bo lost whon
a child shows symptoms of cruop.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy glveo
as soon as tho child becomes hoarse,
or ovon after tho croupy cough ap
pears, will priront tho attack. Sold
by ell doalei'3
The average crow Is said to destroy
700,000 insects a year.
. Seattle Makes Fine Showing.
I UNITED PBESS LEASED WISE.
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 5. Despite
disagreeable weather that threatened
a storm, thousands lined the streets
to witness the parade given under
the auspices of the Labor Council In
Seattle today. Eight thousand men
were In line, and there were more
than a score of handsomely decorated
floats. The para'de was reviewed by
the city officials and after being dis
missed the unionists went to Fortuna
I ark and listened to an eloquent ad
dress delivered by Herbert S. Bige
iow, of Chicago.
Charles Meyal, marshal of the pa
rade, declared that the Labor Council
spends $7000 today to provide for the
Tho books closo for registration
for tho primaries Soptombor 1.1,
11 days before the primary olection.
If you register othorwlso than ns u
"Republican or Democrat, you loso
your voto, as thoro aro no candi
dates at the primaries othor than
Republicans and Domocrats and a
man registered Independent cannot
voto at tho primaries. At tho gen
eral election however, you can vote
nt you please, but the big battlo will
bo fought at tho primaries, so get
out and register. Do not dolay, ns
tho Inst day for registration before
tho primaries Soptombor 13.
All patent medicines or medicines ad
vertised In this paper are for sale at
rho only cash drug storo in Oregon,
bwes no ono, and no one owes it;
carries large stock; its shelves,
counters nnd show cases are loaded
with drugs, medicines, notions, toi
let articles, wines and liquors of all
kinds for medicinal purposes. Dc,
Stone is a rogular graduate In medi
cine and has had many years of ex
perience in tho practice. Consulta
tions are free. Prescriptions are,
froe, and only regular price for med
icine. Dr. Stone can bo found at
his drug storo, Salem, Or., from 7
1 In the morning until 9 at night
Grout Parade in Spokane.
Spokane, Wash., Sept. 5.; Under
smiling skies 8,000 worklngmen
formed one of'thetilggest parades In
the history of jlabor pageants hero
and marched through tho principal
streets of this city this morning.
Following the marchers the armv
of celebrants went en masse to the
Natatorlum park whero tho day Is
being, passed w.lth tho greatest ac
tivity1 along many lines of. holiday
A ball which will bo attended by
thousands will bo given tonight.
f Positively no credit is the policy of this store' J
Illinois Capital Celebrates.
'. UNITED PEEflS LBACBD WIBE.l
Springfield, Ills., Sept. 5. Or
ganized labor celebrated today with
a parade in which 10,000 miners
participated. Tho miners marched
through tho streets for more than an
hour before the paraders disbanded,
Eighty-seven In every one hundred
Ciiradlan farmers own their farmB.
halr-ralslng and heart-rending ex- I
perlences, but, of all the spell-blnd-
lng tales, that of Judge "George"
has the most thrilling experience of
"Teddy in the Jungles" beaten to a
frazzle. Tho party bagged nine der
and two bears, and In the officii!
bagging of the last named denizens
of the Southern Oregon forests, the
"RiKht Hon. George G." figured
and purely without his knowledge or
consent. (This story Is published
r Judge Bingham was among the
early risers In the camp upon the T
morning of the eventful day upon ' f
which this history was mado and I
chronicled. He strolled Into th ' t
open and took a survey of the sur- f
roundlngs when he espied what he
first believed to be a huge cow
peacefully grazing upon tho brow of
'the mountain, dimly discernible In
the uncertain light of dawn. Later
he made out the outlines of a big,
black bear, and, acting upon tho Im
pulse of the moment and obeying
the dictates of the"splrlt of the ruo
born hunter," ho raised his trusty
rifle to his shoulder and fired. Said
black object, which erstwhile had
been sllhoutted upon George's hori
zon, disappeared, but George stood
still. Attracted by the shot, he was
Joined by Billy Jones, tho hitherto
officially titled "Bear Killer," by vir
tue of the fact that ho had at ono
time during his career brought to
earth a 40-pound cub, whoso avoir-1
dupols he immediately multiplied by ,
The sign of The sign of
better Shoes better shoes
Sanitary Fish and
Everything in the Fish, Poultry
and canned goods line.
My market Is absolutely sanitary,
my meats being kept In refrigerator
counter. Drop in1 and look around.
Just South of new Marlon Hotel.
A. M. LINGENFELTER, Prop.
Phono 750. Salem, Oregon
and prepare for tho impending on
slaught. VNot much," declared the Judge,
who did not like tho smell of bear
outside of a circus menagerie, "I am
going back to camp, i did not come
out here to fight bear." -He was
finally Induced to proceed to the
scene of action whence came tho
cries of battlo between the cub and
dog. and the young bruin was flnal-
10, who Inquired the cause of ths iy dispatched, with the aid of clubs,
suddend and unexpected fusllade. gunS( a f0W butcher knives and tho
Upon being Informed by the dog. Upon investigation, however,
mighty nlmrod that he had shot t the reason for tho failure of tho
a bear, but while the Judge was re mother bear to come .to "the rescue
latlng his experience, another sha-'of her cub, was explained when her
dow appeared upon tho hilltop and carcass was found where she had
aforesaid horizon, when Billy and dropped in her tracks with the top
the Judge both "got busy" with ,of her head blown off by tbe first
their shooting irons. Exit shadow shot fired by the Judge,
once more. In the meantime Jones' The "Judge" also made a record
Imported bearhound arrived upon as a deer hunter. Upon the first
tho sceno and took up the scent of day's hunting excursion Into the
tho Inst mentioned shadow and fin- mountain fastnesses, the party pro
ally ran It to cover in an old log. ceeded along tho canyon of tho
It proved to bo a young cub bear, stream with Mlnto hovering along
and true to his Instinct, tho dog the banks, Jones well up the moun
followed him into the hole and tain side and the Judge betwixt and
tackled him. The young bear set. up between to prevent him from becom-i
such a fuss that "Billy" was sure lng lost. They had not proceeded
that It would attract the attention far when a shot was fired from tho
of tho mother boar If she were with- Judge's direction. "What's up,
In shouting distance of her dls- Judge, shouted the sheriff. (It
tressed youngster and she would might be Inserted right here that
sure come, and "Billy" told the tho Judge's eyesight was not of the
Judge to get busy and relond his gun best and his aim correspondingly
uncertain. Also It is again the law
to shoot anything but bucks, in tfio
deer line, at this rvson.) "I shot
at a buck," retorted the' Judge, an
'sure enough, when an investigation
'was made In the direction in which
the shot was fired, there laid the
carcass of a fine specimen of tho
Tho same experience happened
some tlmo later in the same day and
when the Judge was asked -hat had
happened this time, he shouted back,
somewhat mystlfledly: "I shot at
another buck, but there is a Httte
fawn following it." Luckily for the
Judge, his aim was not so good this
time as upon the previous occasion,
When Merit Wins
When the medicine you take cures
your disease, tones up your system
and makes you feel better, stronger
That is what Foley Kidney Pills do
ror you, in all cases of backache,
nerovusness, loss of appetite, sleep
lessness and general weakness that
Is caused by any rlsorder of tho kid
neys or bladder. Take Foley Kid
ney Pills promptly, cure your pres
ent aldments and ward off a danger
our illness, For sale by Rer Cross
Pharmacy, H. Jerman, prop.
Astronomers aiscover an average
of three comets a year, but few of
them are visible to the unaided eye.
Kissing does not spread
Lot's not spread any.
We have been particularly fortunate in purchasing 500 beautiful Lingerie Waists that are an exceptionally fine sample line. In the con
signment there are no two alike the designs are positively exclusive to Salem. We expect a brisk selling at the prices offered. Actual
regular values range from $1.75 to $5.00; during the present week we will offer them at ONE-THIRD OFF. Our General Line in
Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses, Dress Silk, Waists, Millinery, etc., are becoming more comprehensive every day. We are complete in all
the newest Merchandise that is representative of Dame Fashions' decrees in Europe and America. With one exception our exclusive line
of Shoes will not be delivered for a few days. Very cordially do we invite you to inspect our new store and the choicest collection of
merchandise ever brought into the Willamette Valley outside of Portland.
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