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Daily capital journal. (Salem, Oregon) 1903-1919, January 26, 1904, Image 8

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At The Old
And 298-300
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UUnng our cicarani.-u uiw, nu !" . .... --
wo offer Btlll a grcator Inducement to our customers by giving a
coupon with each purchaso of $1.00 which, when presented to our
artist with a photograph and 78c (to cover coat of matorlal used),
will cntltlo you to a
Bst Crayon Portrait
Prof. Qunn l certainly an artlit of rare ability. His studio Is In
our Commercial street window.
Come and See Him Wotk
Get a Coupon With Yout
Remember Our Great 8ale Still
Chicago, Jan. 26. Wheat opened at
$Sti and closed at 00c. Tho market,
for a tlma this morning, got away
from Armour, and made a violent
break. Mr. Armour bought 3,000,000
ouchels to check the fall. At nno time
It went as low, as 87c, Weather con
ditions and thb foreign market aided
tho bulls, and prevented a stampede.
The PalnUrt' Union.
Tho painters' local union elected of
ficers last evening at tho annual meet
ing at that tlmo. Thoio chosen are:
Vrank A. Willman, proaldcnt; a F.
W. Drown, recording secretary; J, M.
Klngq, financial secretary; E. V.
Stliler, treasurer; O. M. Dllley, war
Aa; A. Bledlor, prccoptor; Wrak
"Wlcke, trustee. Delegates to tho cen
tral labor union for tho year are
rrcetdent Willman, SociVtary Ilrown
And Trusteo Wyoko. K. A. Halls was
elected vkc-prosldont.
A Kentucky Fire.
Louisville, Ky Jan. 20. A flro this
morning In tho (loddard warehouse
did $500,000 domage,
Itomomber the great Chair ami
Hooker Halo, ot Iluren & Hamilton's
this week, for tmrwilns.
Chicago. Jan. 3. Wheat, 80
Gold Dust Flour
Mde by
6Jdn.y, Oregon,
Mdo for family use. Ask your
rocr for It Uran and shorts ol-
wy on hand.
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A. T. Walll. AfftjlNevptnfff0rtomor.
Wanted Potatoes
We Want
BurtanK Ptt4.
iy Rm PtUto.
rty JmKmh ptaU
PWlOM PfititUM.
6wn Chill Pout.
i75 CommetdalSt
C3 n
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White Corner
Commercial St
nrAWhln(r la hnfncr rmM nn rhPAn.
RITCHIE GREENE. At tho family
homo, Salem, Oregon, Monday,
January 25, 1904, at 3 p. m., Miss
ironrlotta Greene, of Salem, to Mr.
George C. Rltchlo, of Valparaiso,
Tho brldo Ih tho daughter of D. I
Oroono and was born and ralBcd In
this city, whero sho has many friends.
Tho groom Is a resident of Valparai
so, Nob., whoro his fathor Is a weal
thy farmer and stock ralsor, and Is
proralnont In politics. Tho young man,
a fow years nco. come to tho const
to look after somo property Interests
for his fathor, and, whllo visiting In
Balom, ho met tho young lady, the ac
quaintance ripening Into lovo and yes
terday's wedding was tho happy re
sult. Tho newly-wedded couplo left
last ovenlng for Portland, whero they
will spond a fow days, whon they will
leave for tho groom's homo In Ne
braska, whoro thoy will reside.
State News.
Mrs. Marlon Trenohard, a plonaor of
1850.) died at Astoria.
Tho llyora mills, of I'ondloton. nro
shipping 17000 barrels of flour to the
Woodmen of tho World nt Dallas
will build a $10,000 thoator.
Thtv Canby dopot was robbod of
somo change, and a trunk brokon
A bank with $60,000 capital stock
will be opuued at licho.
Tho depot snfo nt Froewator wn
dynamited, and about $80 secured.
Heavy shipments of Orocon notn
toes nro going to California.
Tho White House
Can give you a good moal any hour
of the day or night.
BmmU. ,? li KwdYoa Hm Atari feefl
!B rmvwkvrt AM j
today. Now is the time
to let s get to work.
No Collections
No Charges
Ya Alatint Gordon fc Co.
?76 1-2 Oom'l Si. Phone
Alain S01,
A, R. Mtm A C, Mqi.
l est The
.S.?A,.,J,,M.to your ! w
seetuttaa xiasa ero rltht
mt Vi sboaid test tte flakes
occoally to set thtt your
!ov.,"Lrc,11Ba' We'll as
fort and fcead coafort by sttint
rim. Broken leasts Judicata
Ha f ra tatvtir.
" -w rl.Wl
M BUta fitrwt, ntxt to Bush' bank.
Whitaker Wright the
est Swindler
Is Sentenced to Seven Years
Confinement but Expires
From Heart Failure
Within an Hour
London, Jan. 26. Whltaker Wright
was today found guilty of wrecking
tho London Olobo Corporation, and
sentenced to sovon years' Imprison
ment. London, Jan. 2C Whltakor Wright
who was today sontonced to tho pen,
died of heart falluro nt 4 o'clock this
afternoon. Tho news of Wrldit's
death caused groat oxcltemont, and
there was an lmmenso snlo of extras.
It was rumored It was a caso of sui
cide, but it proved foundatlonloss. He
is regarded na ono of tho greatest
swindlers Of tho ago. and his victims'
lost In oxcess of ono hundred million
dollars In tho collapso of tho various
companies ho promoted. Ho organ
ized 41 companies with a total capital
ization of $112,000,000, and thoy all
failed. Ho was a magnificent Hpond
thrift, and resided in America for
many years.
Wright hnd been on trial for 12
days, and tho jury was out but a short
tlma Tho court, In posing sentence,
Boveroly criticised tho promoter, and
gavo him tho maximum sentonco
Wright showed no signs of weakness
or Illness, but said coolv. "I am lnno
cent of any intoiftion to do wrong."
Ho was led away from tho ante-room
but suddenly sat down. Doctors wore
sent for, but tholr efforts wpro una
vailing, and ho died an hour attci
scntenco was passed.
Ecce Canlm.
Tho damago suit of George Davae
agalnBt Emll Qrabor, for tho killing
ot a dag valued at $2C, camo up In Iho
Justlco court thlB afternoon. A fow
days ago, after tho complaint was
filed, an amendment was presented,
and, on motion of tho defendant, tho
lattor was stricken out, and tho plain
tiff compelled to try tho caso on tho
original complaint This Mr. John
Ilayno, nttornoy for tho plaintiff, re
fused to do, and filed a notlco of ap
peal from tho ordor dismissing tho
amended complaint. This afternoon,
whon tho caso was called on tho orig
inal complaint for trial, Mr. Dayne
fallod to appear, and tho caso was
dismissed and tho costs taxed to tho
KNIGHTON. At tho family homo,
two blocks east of Daue's storo, Sa
Urn. Oregon, Tuoeday, January 26,
1904, b'ny, tho llttlo daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Knighton, aged ono
OAINES. At tho homo of hor daugh
ter, four milts north of Salem, Qro
gon, Tuwday, Jnnuary J6, 1901. at
8 a, m., Mrs. Lucretla Oalnes, agod
78 years.
Deceased was a native of Iowa,
where sho was married 42 voara ni
to Obod Galnos, tho husband who sur
vives tier, and who Is now g vonrs
old. Tho family camo horo from Iowa
In March. 1903. Thnrn - .1
daughters: Mrs. Mlnnlo Frogloy, of
Salem, and Mrs. Addlo Pottlt nrt t,
Oraco Hastings, both of Minnesota.
Sho was a Methodist and win h k.,
led undor tho auspices of that church
as soon as tho daughtors arrive from
Deafnet Cannot Da Cun
by local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseased nortlon nt t,. .
. - w v wot
Thoro is only ono way to cure deaf-
o.. ana mat Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness la r. .... .
- - ....vtt Uj
.uuawm, conamon of the mucus Hn
log of tho Eustachian tube Whon
this tube U Inflamed you have a rum
bllnjr sound or Imporfect hearing
and when It is entirely closed, deaf
new I the result, ami .. .i. .
fluutlon can bo takoo out and thla
.u ,v0rea to its normal condition,
hearing win be destroyed ferever:
nlno ca out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which la nothing but an In
flamed condition of ,
Ttca. MUWU 8W
tJL?n 5T0.0nft UwiK U
w any case of divifBft . .
P J- CirBNKY - nn m..,- . .
Sold by draeit - '
JUir nwolly puu or, ttw bost
UpperMississippi Val
ley Has its Usual
Cold Snap
So Cold in Many Places the
Newspaper Men Can't
Tell the Truth With
out Sputtering
Lincoln. Neb.. Jan. 2C. It Is 12, bo-
low here, and tho entlro state Is expe
riencing an extremely cold wnvo.
Topoka, Kan., Jan. 26. Eight bo-
low In Eastern Kansas, and much
Kansas City, Jan. 26. Tho thor
raomete'r registers four below hero.
Wllkesbarre, Pa., Jan. 26. Tho
flnmlH In this section are receding
slowly, but tho suffering of tho home-
!.... jmnlfMaann Tl lilr trmm In ill1
CBS UUUUUUt'3. X11U Ulfe feUtfeU ... W.-.
Susquehanna still holds.
St. Louis. Jan. 26. Six below nt 9
o'clock this morning, and tho railway
sorrlco Is badly crippled by snow.
Hanna Nervous and Weak.
Washington. Jan. 26. Hanna is
worso today, being nervous and weak.
Dr. Illxor says, howovor, his condi
tion Is not alarming.
Landslide Killed Thirty.
Berlin. Jan. 26. A land slido nt
i Karrowltz, Silesia, today entombed
30 laborers;
ten corpses, have been
Mote About
Tho reason why wo nro enjoying a
constantly Increasing trade on sowing
machines, needles and supplies, Is
that wo pay Btrlct attontlon to this
dopartmont of our buslnoss
Wo have
a soparato sowing machlno salesroom,
a VH.UW wM.vutwtu, I
whoro our customers look over the
machlnts undisturbed, and wo havo a
thoroughly exporloncod machine man
In chargo.
Wo soil tho Whlto Rotary, tho latest
Improved rotary machlno on the
markot, a number 'of oxtuslvo fea
tures not found on any other machine,
Wo also soil tho old rcllablo Whdol
pr & Wilson.
Call and boo our machines. We
soil on easy Installments and take
your old machlno in exchange. Wo al
so rent now machines and repair all
sorts, guaranteeing our work.
F. A. Wiggins'
Implement House.
255-257 Liberty 8t
Farm Machinery, Bicycle, Automo
biles, 8ewln0 Machine and Supplk.
o , N. H."BURLEY,
Sewing Machine Repairing
Fanner, call and cot a UeRnmi.i,
New Today
uanco. ai rraium, January 28th.
Good ordor. good music and good
8upper, Evorybody Invited. 1-26-31
Onion Seed. Choice Oregon Yellow
Danvers onion soed of 1903 crop, for
salo choap. O. Dlllman. 326 Pnm.
merclal otroot. Salem, Or. l-26-6t
For 8ale Cheap, 'fresh mlTch cow.
Inquire of W. R, Robblns. lHmIles
south of Pringle school house.
ol,v -odoe, No. 18, , o. O. F.-I. o.
O. P. lmil, Saturday each week at
7:30 p. m. B. B. Horrlck, Jr.. N.O.j
Frank F. Toots, recording secretary.
For Sale Both ray houses on Front
rtHj iota io suit purchaser. Ono
vaoant lot Coll on or address Geo.
R Hatch, latter carrier Nn i jtr
t'ront street. 1-26-St
Stolen. A Columbia chalnless bl
cycle, model Na 74. with SS-lnch
tmme. No, 3177. Return to Dr. a
M Hurd for reward. i J6.lw
Grand Opera Hotise
Tuesday f Jan. 26
Alberta Gallatin
In Ibsen's Widely-Discussed Play
"The greatest work of tho greatest
living dramatist." wow iur ou.
Direction of GEORGE H. BRENNAN
Prlrefi $1.50. $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Scats on snlo at box offlco Tuesday
at 9 a
Grand Opera Hotse
Wednesday, Jan. 27
Tho Jolly Musical Festival tho New
NEW Everything NEW
nnwllclorlnc scenic effects. Unsur-
passably costumed.
Prices 75c, 50c, 35c.
Seats on salo at box office Wednes
day at 9 a. m.
Grand Opera House
Thursday, Jan. 28
Last season's big success Jules
Murry's beautiful melodrama
A pastoral lovo story. Direct from
its phenomenal run In New York.
Largo and splendid cast Magnifi
cent sconery. Thoroughbred horses.
Dlcyclo races. Old toll gate, etc.
One of tho best tho sweetest, pur
est and most wholosomo of rural
dramas, depicting Hfo In Indiana
without a mortgago on tho farm, an
erring son or a ruined daughtor.
Price 75c, 50c, 35c.
Seats on salo at box offlco Thurs-.
day at 9 a.m.
Geo. iSwegle, tho red-headed hay
Erowor. ot Sa,em Pralrlo, says
nrst street that Is paved in Salem
can havo a BOod,8lie(1 Bold pleco from
ttt Ma.Hnn ". t ., .
uid jiuiou. uvurgu ueiioves in eooa
roads In town as well as In tho coun.
i Fetilies
A completo Aock Including
commercial fortlllzors, nitrate
of soda, potash, bono meal,
land plaster, guano, etc., straw
berry fortillzor, a specialty.
Call or write for prices.
f D. A. White
& Son
: I Fccdmcn and Seedsmen : :
j : 301 Oom'l St. Phone 1781 : :
Dollar Go Fa
Biro nrM .
200 yard spool cotton 1Hc
Best Sans silk, all colors .... 2c
Best shoe laces, 2 for j
20c Vassar hair combs '." g"
Best Saxony yarn, skein .'.'.'.
Best hooks and eyes. 2 doz for. ic
No. Bell silk tafteurlbbondlftc
15c best dresa ahlelda, pa,r .. 8c
Good finnrfc Ca-
I Last
Of January Clearance
and White Sales.
Most ovory ono is taking ad-
vantage of our superior offer-
ings. Don't lot thoso last two
weeks slip 'by without tsUnn.
advantage of tho many bar-
First Inheritance Tax Money,
Stnto Treasurer sMooro this mora
Ing received tho first payment of l&
hcrltanco tax under the now la?
passed at tho last regular session ol
tho legislature. This payment wu
mado on nccount of tho estato of tie
lato John M.'Drooks, of Portland, and
amounted to ?310. Tho estate went
to a brother of deceased, and ho had
to pay ono per cent on the estato ex
ceeding J500. This law wont into-
effect May 31, 1903, and tho first pay
ment was not expected until now. as
heirs liable to pay tho tax had eight
months In which to make payment.
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How we do move RealEstate
Wo got our customor quick deals.
List yours. Wo can turn It, We io-
. DLiiuu ii urn nrnnnrrv rnnr no inn
. . -' .
oeen piacca on tho market. You may
learn further particulars about then
and many more by calling or writing.
House, hard flnlshod, 8 rooms, clos
ets and pantry, east facing, nice fruit
trees, well located In East Salem, for
only $750, on easy payments. Inves
tigate. Two lots IGOxICO foot, on Commer
cial St., 3 blocks from buBlnoss part
of tho city; with 6-roomed house la
good repair. Prlco $1000 on easy par
ments $200 down, balanco $10 per
month a snap. Don't wait. Call and
seo us.
Small flour mill, good water power,
12 ncres of land, several outhouse,
for sale, trade or rent. Ask us abool
Ftcd Hurst & Co.
Office Murphy Block (upstairs) Op
posite Bush's Bank.
Wh Plymotrth Rocfcs
C F. Ruef, Prop.
Sotting of 15 orbs J1.G0. Breedr of
Puro stock Whlto Plymouth- Rocks ex
clusively. Thoy aro good layers and
soldora set. Salem. Or. 1-JWn
- Geat Sale
Ladles' 20c black atocklngs.
ast dyo, double, sole,, pair ..10c
Ladles' 75c umbrellas, price ..Sc
65c black velveteen, silk flnlBh,
price, yard ...... , 39c
15c hair rata, all colors 8c
Best spool Bilk, each ic
10c heaw Tnrlrlnh tnnAla .... 65
Blankets, fun bIz, price l9c
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1 m
Court St .,Salem

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