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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 12, 1010.
The Famous
1 Is the Lamp of Real Beauty
, because it gives the best light oLall
' lamps. The Rayo gives a white, soft,
mellow, diffused light easy on the
oye because it cannot flicker. You
can use your eyes as long as you wish
under the' Rayo light without strain.
The Rayo Lamp is low-priced, and
even though you pay $5, $10 or $20 for
other lamps, you may get move expensive
decoratlojs. iUI you sgnnot get a Jetter
' JJg!!iJPon t,ie low-priced Kayo gives. A
foirong, 'furafclg, Jjmholder holds the
! ohade 6n firm and true. This season's
newbufneradds strength and appearance.
J Once kayo User, Always One.
1 Dealers Enryuhirt. If not al yourt, urtlifor dacripttvt
circular to ini nearest agency omt
Standard Qil Company ,
(Incorp&fttted)
DECISION
A6AINST
PORTLAND
CR1PPENS TRIAL
BEGIN
JUDGE GRAHAM'S DECISION IN
THE GUS HETLING CASK
GIVES THREE GAMES AVON IIV
PORTLAND TO OAKLAND
PUTS LATTER IN THE LEAD.
ROOSEVELT
H OH
WENT
N THE
to mako my first flight la an Aruori
can machine, with an American avla
tcr at the wheel."
ELLEN REACH YAW
THE AMERICAN SINGER
HE ALSO LEFT THE MISSOURI
INSURGENTS UP THERE, HIS
TALK LEAVING THEM IN
DOUBT AS TO THE POSITION
HE TAKES.
UNITED ritXSB LEiBtD W1BE.J
St. Louis, Mo Oct. 12. -The
Missouri Insurgents today aro unable
to figure just what part of their
light against tho regular Republican
organization was endorsed by Colonol
Roosevelt in his speech last night.
Though tho colonel touched upon a
wide variety of subjects In his ad
dress, ho had vory llttlo to say about
tho Insurgents, and what ho did say
has left tho Mlsourl Insurgents some
what In tho dark as to his meaning.
Governor Dradley said today:
"1 think tho principles tho colonel
enunciated laaC night aro tho princi
ples for which Missouri Republicans
stand. As Colonel Roosovolt said,
'lot tho past tnko caro of ltsolf.' "
Aviator Archlo Hoxsoy was tho
guest of Colon'ol Roosevelt at dinner
last night, tho colonel haying Initiated
that tho aviator, In whoso biplano ho
made his first flight yostorday after
noon, should dlno with him, rogard
loss of previous ongagpmonts.
Beforo leaving for Sprlngllold and
Peoria today pOIonel Roosovolt do
clarod his flight was tho "bulllent ex
perience" ho ovor had.
"I envy tho professional conquest
of spaco," ho said. "I had tho oppor
tunity to fly In Europo, but I wantod
Ellen Beach Yaw, tho famous
American Nightingale, whoso extri'
ordinary and beautiful voice has
been heard around tho world, would
seem to have tho best claim to the
much coveted title, "Tho American
Singer."
It Is apparent at onco that any
woman who Jays claim to this title
must base her claim upon a wide
range of artistic accomplishment.
Getting down to this subject, it
can bo proven In a vory few wordi
that Ellen Beach Yaw, in point of
universal appeal, is tho American
singer.
Tho singer must reach tho hearts
of the common peoplo: That is, sho
must know how to Interpret tho sim
ple ballads, and tho old-folks songq
dear to tho harts of those to whom
hlghor music Is but an empty name.
Tho singer must bo a mistress of
tho modorn school of song-wrltlng,
tho emotionalism of Strauss, Hugh
Wolf and others, whoso simple
songs, by tho very stress of powerful
thought, becomo tenso dramatic po
ems. Tho singer must be a mistress of
tho art of singing as laid down In tho
old Italian school, and tho flold of
"Bol Canto." Tho singer must have
triumphed in opora not in somo
obscure opora houso of Italy, but in
at least ono of tho great opera
houses of tho world tho Metropoli
tan, which Is tho greatest of all
opera homos, preforred.
Can you think of any other sing
er, savo Miss Ellon Beach Yaw, who
has done all thoeo things?
o
It Is rumored that Baker City may
havo a six story hotol, covering halt
a block.
109; lost, 83;
08; lost, 70;
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Fltuhvtllo, Ohio. "My daughter wns nil run
down, Hiif tared from pnlim inhor slde.liondniid
llmlw,und could walk but a short dlstnuco at a
time. Sho cuuio vory near bavin? nervous
; prostration, had begun to cough a poou aoai,
, and Bouined melancholy by Npulls. Sho tried
ltwo (loorora one got muo nuii. oim-u iuh.iuk
jJLYdla 13. I'liiicnam'tt vegocamo oiiiiiouiiu,
jlllood Purifier and Liver Pllln sho lias im-
li.f.u'nil tin in 11 oil -tlinf. nil II fiflH mill lOOlCS HltO
lunothor girl." Mrs. O. Colo, Fitclivllle, Ohio.
I r-...,i....... vt.i....iif T 47wl Mr. mv ilutv in
fn,rtn,A.,i,i t.. ...... i.. ......llnl.ti. AVlifm T lmmiil
Buy wmua Ait imtiiiu ui jm.. .ti..... -'--
taking It I had boon vory sick with kidney and bladder trou
bles and nervous prostration, I am now taking tho sixth bot
tloof Lydia U.Plnkhain's Vegotablo Compound and llnd myself
greatly improved. My friends who call to seo mo havo noticed
u great change." Mrs, A, II. Sanborn, Irashurg, A'ermont.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters arc not genuine and truthful
or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published without
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
W iiac more prooi can any one nsi; r
For 30 yoara Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been tho stnudard remedy tor
femalo Ills, No sick woman doos Justlco to
liersolf who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and liorbs, and
lias thousands of curoa to its crodlt.
ti a Mrs, PJnkham Invites all sick women
M to wrlto her for advice. Sho Jinn
Jfulded thousands to health free of charge.
D Ad0iC3 Mrs. Plukhaiis, Lynn, Mas.
UNITED riUSSS ZJBABED WIEE.l
San Francisco, Oct. 12. Tho
Oakland-Portland baseball gamos
played on September 28, 29, and ?0
In which Gus Hetling participated,
wero ueciarea forfeited today to
Oakland by Judge Graham, president
pf tho Pacific Coast league
The ruling of President Graham
moans that tho two clubs affected
today havo tho following percent
ages:
Oakland Won,
percentage, .568.
Portland Won,
percentage, .563.
Portland loses a comfortable lead
and falls into second place but ie
nill within striking distance or me
Oaklanders.
Judge Graham's decision is as fol
lows:
Manager Wolverton, of the Oak
land baseball club has protested tho
games played between the Portland
and Oakland clubs at the city of
Portland on September 28, 29 and
30, 1910, upon tho ground that one
Gus Hetling, who played with the
Portland baseball club in those
games, was Ineligible to play there
In, ho having signed a contract with
tho Spokane club Northwest league
end having played with said Spo
kane club until tho playing season In
that league closed; and that under
the rules of organized baseball, tho
said Hetling was Ineligible to play
championship ball In another league
during this season.
Tho Jaw governing this case U
found In the national association
rules which the Pacific coast league
has solemnly subscribed to, in sec
tion 3 of article 20 which provides
as follows:
'Players are prohibited joining
any other olub or clubs for tho pur
pose of participating In champion
ship games after tho close of tho
season of the league to which they
aro under reservation, under such
penalties as tho national board of
arbitration may inflict. Clubs aro
also prohibited employing such
players in any championship con
test and penalty of forTelturo of
games In which such players partici
pated." '
That Hetling signed a contract
with Spokane and played champion
ship ball with that club during Its
playing season of 1910 which
closed on or about Septomber 25,
910, cannot bo questioned. Ho
was therefore inollglhlo to play with
Portland in tho games proUwied by
Manager Wolverton.
The dofenso interposed by the
president and managor of tho Port
land cfub, Is that they havo had
Hetling with tho Portland club for
some months during tho season of
1910 and that they had no knowl
edge of Hotllng's having signed a
contract with Spokane, nnd that
they nevor roloased him and that ho
Is on tholr reserve list now; and that
if he did sign a contract with Spok
nn It Is void so far as their olub is
coucernod.
But thoy knew that Hetling par
ticipated in championship games
with Spokane In the Northwest
loague; and it U dtlhoult to bolleve
that Hetling would place himself in
(he position of forfeiting his rights
to play in organized baseball by
signing a contraot to play with Spok
ane whllo still under reservation
with Portla'nd.
Whon my attention was directed
to tho objection to Hotllng's plnyln
with the Portland olub I immediate
ly advluod Manager McCrodlo by
wire not to play him until I had an
opportunity to Investigate the mat
ter. Bant, tho president and mana
gor of the Portland olub, disregard
ing my advlco, continued to play
Hetling. They oun not now com
plaln that thoy didn't receive ample
notice.
It Is ImmatorlRl to me who wla
the pennant: my one aim, slnoe I
nwumed tho presidency of this
longuo, has boon to bog that good,
fair, oloan and honost baaeball 1b
played by all our teams
My duty In deciding the protetf
filod by Manager Wolverton '.5
plain. Hetling was olonrly inollgl
bio to play with Portland, and it lt
theroforo ordered that tho gamee In
which ho participated on Septomber
28, 29 and 30. 1910. be forfeited to
the Oakland bneeball olub.
(Signed) THOMAS F. GHAHAM,
I'rwUlwit Paolflo Coast BMeball
League.
Deafness Cannot Ito Cured
By local applications, as thoy conno
r ach tho diseased portion of the ear
There is only ono way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
romedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of tho mucous
lining of tho Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is' inflamed you havo
a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear
ing, and whon It is entirely closed
deafness is the result and unless the
Inflammation can bo taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will bo dlstroyed for
ever; nino cases out of ton nro caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of tho mucous sur
faces.
We will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars
for any caso of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured h.
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu
lars free. F. J. CHENEY & Co.
Toledo, O
old by. Druggists, 7Gc.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stlpatlon.
ALTj HECOKDS for OKOWI)
AVIWj IJIO HItOKKX
. Your cough Rniiovg you. Keep on
hacking snd tearing the delloate
membrane of nur throat If you
wast to be annoyed. Hut tf you want
relief, wast to be cured take Onaw,
berhiln'i Cough Kotredy. Sold by all
dealer.
NEXT MONDAY
London. Oct. 12. Dr. H. H. Crip
pen was Indicted today by tho grand
jury on a charge of murder In tho
first degree Miss Ethel Claire Len
cve, his -typist, and companion in the
doctor's flight to Canada, following
tho discovery of tho body of Mrs.
Belle Elmoro-Crlppon, was indicted
as an accessory after the fact, on the
ground that sho had guilty knowl
edge of the alleged crime.
If Crlppon Is found guilty on tho
Indictment ho will bo hanged. If a
Jury convicts Miss Lonovo she will get
a prison term of considerable length.
EVerything is In readiness today
for the trial of Crlppon and Miss
Lenevo Monday, as far as the case
fortho crown Is 'concerned. It ls
thought possible that tho defendants'
attorneyswlll seek a further dolay,
but It Is likely that tho case will go
to trial without delay.
SPAIN HAS
TROUBLE IN
0R0GG0
COMPELLW) TO SEM) TltpOl'S
THKIM3 SHK IS LIA1SLH TO
NI3KI) AT HOME THE WHOLE
COUNTHV IS SEETHING WITH
HEVOLUTIOX AND THE END
OF ALFONSO'S REIGN IS NEAK
OLDFIELl) DETERMINED
TO RACE JOHNSON
New York, Oct. 12. Barney Old
field declared today that ho was not
worrying about tho order of the
American Automobile .association
disqualifying him from racing be-
causo he persisted in racing against
Pugilist Jack Johnson at Sheeps
head Bay October 20.
"Let them take my license," said
Oldfiold. "I will race Johnson, .11
cense or no license. And I guess
that when they start other big races
Barney Oldfleld will be among those
entered. Anyhow, I am not worry
ing and the race with Johnson will
bo held as far as I am concerned."
The association recently withdrew
Johnson's racing license.
tDNITKD rHESS I.EAHCD WIRE.
Madrid, via Hendaye, Oct. 12.
Active operations by tho Spanish
forces in Morocco recommenced to
day and troops, sorely needed for
tho maintenance of order in Spanish
cities and provinces, aro being with
drawn for service in Africa.
The cabinet Is genuinely alarmed
at tho turn of affairs, deeming the
time ripe for a revolt at home. The
rovolutlonar. leaders are elated at
tho difficulties that tho government
faces and oponly predict the success
of their party.
Reports received hero officially
aro that General Aldaves, at the
head of a large body of men, left
Mellila for Ynzama to enforce im
mediately the payment of an Indem
nity demanded of tho Riff tribes
men by Spain. The Spanish cruiser
De LaPlata Is supporting Jthe move
ments of General Aldaves. The
tribesmen aro mobilizing and the
need of reinforcements Is urged by
the Spanish commanded
Chicago, Oct. 12. Ovor 15,000
certified checks for reservations In
tho Chicago grand stand during tho
world's sorlos wero received In tl-e
mall of tho National Baseball Com
mission today. It is predicted that
all records for attendance wilt bo
broken at the coming series.
Saved From tho Grave.
"I had about given up hope, after
nearly four yonrs of suffering from a
sovero hing trouble" writes Mrs. M.
L. DIx, of Clarksvllle, Tonn. "Often
tho pain in my chest would bo almost
unbearable and I could not do any
work, but Dr. King's Now Discovery
has mado mo foel llko n new person.
Its tho best modlclno mado for tho
throat and lungs." Obstlnnto coughs,
3tubborn colds, hay fevor, la grippe,
luthma, oroup, bronchitis and hem
orrhages, hoarsenoss and whoopln'
cough, yield quickly to this wonder
ful modlclno. Try It.. COc and $1.00
Trial bottles freo. Guaranteed by J
C. Porry.
Sovoral nlco residences are being
built In tho new town of Brogan,
Malheur county.
GeiioroiiH and Clmrltnblo Wish.
"I wish all might know of tho
bonoflt I received from your Foloy's
Kidney Uomcdy," says I. N. Regan
Farmer, Mo. His kldnoys and blad-
dor gavo him so much pain, misery
and annoyanco, ho could not work
nor Bleop. Foloy's Kldnoy Remedy
rellovod him almost Immediately and
ho says It offected a completo cure.
Red Cross Pharmacy (H. Jormnu)
LAJOIE'S EIGHT HITS
AVERE ON THE SQUARE
Chicago, Oct. 12. That Napoleon
Lajoie obtained his eight hits at St.
Louis Sunday "on tho square" was
the declaration "today of President
Walter Hedges, of the St. Louis
Browns, ngainst whom Cleveland was
playing.
"Third Baseman Corrldon was in
structed to play deep," sa'.d lleiyes.
'Lajoie outguessed them all by bunt
ing soven times In succession."
Fi evident Ban Johnson, of the
Amc'lecn loague Is Investigating.
o
GRAY HAIRS BANISHED.
The old idea of using sage for darken
Ing the hair is again coming in vogue.
Our grandmothers used to have dark,
clossv hair at the age of seventy-five,
while our mothers have white hair before
they are fifty. Our grandmothers used
to mnko a "sago tea" and apply it to
their hair. Tho tea made their hair soft
and clossy and gradually restored tha
natural color. Ono objection to using
such a preparation was the trouble of
making it, especially as it had to bo
made every two or three dajs on account
of it souring quickly. This objection has
been overcome and by asking almost
any first-class druggist for Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur the public can get a su
perior preparation of sage, with the ad
mixture of sulphur, another valuable rem
edy for hair and scalp troubles. Daily
use of this preparation will not only
quickly restore the color of tho hair but
will also stop the hair from falling out
andmake it grow. It is sold by all
druggists for COc. and 51.00 a bottle, or
is sent direct by the Wyeth Chemical
Company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York
City, upon receipt of price. v.
.i. c. fisRitr.
"It Heats All."
This Is quoted from a letter of M.
Stockwell, Hannibal, Mo. "I recently
used Foloy's Honey andTar for the
first time. To say I am pleased does
not half express my feelings. It
boats all the remodles I ever used. I
had contracted a bad cold and was
nearly sick In bod, having a terrible
headache and cough and was threat
ened with pneumonia. Tho first doses
gave great relief and ono bottle com
pletely cured mo. I shall always
recommend Foley's Honey and Tar."
Hod Cross Pharmacy (II. Jerman)
SUnSCHIHERS.
If you get your paper by
mail kindly watch tho tag and
seo when tho time Is up, and
remit promptly, or notify us
to stop the paper; otherwise
bill will be made for tho time
the paper comes after expira-
tlon of last payment. ,
You Kmmv the Signs
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dizziness, bad taslc, sallow skin, sick stomach. Get rid of these
as soon as Jhey show and you will be happier nnd feel all the
better You can dc this easily and prevent return of the troubles.
PILLS
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system, remove tho signs of biliousness, help you out of stomach nnd liver
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To Agents
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Calls to Portland and from Portland to Salem completed same as
local calls In Salem by our new Two Number Service. If you do -
- not know telephone number of party wanted, call "Information"
" and ascertain.
Try it and you will be picked.
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t 170 NORTH LIBERTY STREET. 4-
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tHHtHHHHHHHTHHUIItlllllHUHIItiniH
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Is done at this place. We Lave toe
good a name as auto repairers to
risk it by indifferent work. So no
matter what is wrong with your car
f.'e give it our best skHl and atten
tion. That's why an auto repaired
by us stays repaired In that part,,
anyway. Think of us next time.
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SEE US FOR YOUR RENTING CAR TO AUj PARTS OF THE CITY
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X STUBBERS f DOUBLE W ONE HALF W CASTS NO I
j. LIGHT S THE LICHT Jj THE COST T SHADOW fl
g.K$rrr .gas i
Home Builders, Attention
Why not Instll a Lome Hunting arm cookie ay ..em, tn-Klnc, a
worth " ruing, 100 per cent hoter than any other gas. .Safer than
electricity. Ve light sto. 'j, halls, churches, factories, etc. Alo do
tinning and heating and plumbing. All w k arantoed.
A. L. FRASER
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Roost I'ov San Francisco.
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friends or business connections
In tho Bast do not fall to ox
pryaa a doelro to havo thorn aid
In scouring the Panama Exposi
tion at San Francisco. It will
bring thousands of people to the
Const and be a groat boost to
Id in In cllmbinu. Mention' It to
verypne of your corregQandenU
ml ask them to writ their con
greanmnn or senator.
VETCH SEED
I
I havo the largest stock of re-1
cleaned votcli seed In Salem, and .
can quoto you prices cheaper thar i
you cau buy from grower. J
GRASS SEED.
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Alsike Clover
Red Clover
Timothy, Fancy Idaho 1
Orchard Grass, Fey Imp ,
Kentucky Blue, Fey Imp.,
Alfalfa, Turkestan
English Rye, Imp.
Mesquite, Hulled,
Write for Prices.
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Fencing, Hop Wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry netting, Shingles, Mal
thold RooflnG, P. & B. Ready
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