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DAILY CAP tTAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OBEQON, riUDAY, AUGUST 18, 1005.
6 Stockton & Co THE OLD WHITE CORNER f"- JNfcVrA r "JOf ivWt itrr Mil Ti 2 HI 1 I I I 1 I r TT. I I I I i K ? iz - r NEW i GOODS tip i i - -I.- nr . ro buiuiug m ovotjr uujr. no iu- oive all our goods direct from America's greatest fountain heads of supply. No middleman to rnke off a profit botwoen tho faotory and us. "Wo buy direct. Yesterday wo received NEW SILK WAISTS, BEAUTIES, $5.00 TO $12.50, DBESS GOODS, NEW BILKS, NEW SHOES, NEW PILLOWS AND CUSHIONS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, OUTENO FLANNELS, ETC. NEW SUIT CASES Tho greatest solo leather enso over shown in America, at $5.00 is on display in our window. Norwich Union Fire Insur ance Society. Frank Meredith, Bcsidont Agont, Offlco with Win. Brown & Co., No. 120 Commercial Street. HOT BALL TONIGHT. Shoestring Peddlers Against tho Cent Per Cents. ASH WOOD For sale. Finest quality split ash wood, for heating or cooking. GEO. F. KODQEKS, S. E. corner Court and Liberty St. NEW TODAY Mountain Vlow Farm Poaches Choice ennncrs. Bdnd us your order or como to orchnrd. Post ofllce, Gcrvnis, lUmto 2. Phono Farmer 30. W. II. Egnn. 8-18-lwk Poisons In rood. Perhaps you don't reallzo that many pain poisons orlginato in your food, but somo day you may feel a twingo of dyspepsia that will con vlnco you. Dr. Klnfl'a New Llfo Pills aro guaranteed to euro all sickness duo to poisons of undigested food or maney back. 25o at J. O. Perry's, Druggist, Salem, Oregon. Tonight, on the "University field, will occur n battle, which, for fierceness and skill of participants, will eclipto any thing that tho Russians and Japs havo so far beon'nblo to accomplish. Tho oc casion will bo the gretit gamo of ball between tho Merchants nnd tho Bank ors. This gnmo will be importnnt nnd in teresting, from tho fact that tho Mer chants aro now at tho head of tho list, nnd that they tied with tho Bankers onco, and another ttmo won by a slnglo scori?. Tonight's gnmo will bo for blood, ami thcro will no doubt bo a largo nnd onthuslnstlc crowd out to sco tho exhibition. It Is not known yet who tho umpire will bo, ns up to tlrao of going to press no ono could bo found bravo enough to plnco his Ufo in dan ger. Onmo called at 0 o'clock. FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL Tho chief of police went home todiiy at noon. Tho only ronson for his doing so, ho told n Journnl roportor, was bo cnuso ho was hungry. Somo men got tho homo hnblt about modi time. Hop Baskets Patented and "improved for J905. Place your orders now and avoid the rash. Walter Motley GO Court Street, Salem. Bad Blaze Starts Near Detroit and -Does Immense Amount of Damage The forest flro which has been burn ing in tho Cascade mountains above De troit on tho eastern line of tho Cor vnllls & Eastern railroad, and which for many days threatened to become tho most destructive blnzo that hns visited tho Sanflam country in years, is now under control, nnd it is believed will bo extinguished without extensive further damage. About a wcek.( ngo tho firo bognn nenr tho logging' camp of tho Curtis Lumber Company northenst of Detroit Tho origin of the fire is said to have been a spark from n passing engine on tho railroad. Tho fire seemed of small importance, and. did not command much attention from lumbermen until Inst Friday, when n rising wind fanned tho slow blnzo Into billows of firo that swept over tho green mountainside at racehorse speed... The south side of tho great- ridge of mountains northeast) of Dotrolt wns snnn nblozp, tho .flames leaping from tree to tre.o in tho green timber, and razing to the ground some of tho valuable lumbering material of tho section. ' Within a. half mile ofDetrolt tho flames crept through a' district that had been slashed-for homesteads, and two mountnln homes were destroyed. Mountain trnils that connect mines nlong the Humbug with tho outsldo world woro rendered Impnssiblo for sovcrol days. All people in tho neighborhood turned out to fight tho fire, tho work of stemming tho tide of destruction bolng directed by tho forest rangers, headed by tho superintendent of tho district. Men nro yot at work fighting tho fire, nnd will bo kept busy patroling the burned district for many days. A west wind cnrrlcd tho flames east from tho Breltcnbush river over soveral miles of tho most vnluablo timber in tho mountains. Tho burned proporty belongod to tho Curtlss Lumber Com pany, nnd ono or two Eastern corpora tions, nnd a largo tract in tho govern ment reserve. While tho Ions cannot bo accurately given, it Is estimated to hnvo run into tho thousands of dollas nlrondy, nnd if a brisk wind should ngnln fnn tho flames to Hfo nnd tho fire should bo onrrled ncross tho dlvldo in tho reserve, tho loss would bo Im mense. , KILLED AT BONNEVILLE 4IMmiMMMIMWaWIHHIWWMMMWM $35.00 Lc Roy Bicycles $35.00 Are tho boat on earth and aro guaranteed forever. They are fitted with Kllem Ploeo Hnngcr, a now departuro, or any other coaster, Diamond chain No. 37, Bridgeport pedals No. 3, any cement tire, wood or steel rims, any gear, saddlo or handle bars. If you aro thinking of buying a bicycle It will pay you to se us. Best work at honest prices. Ffank J. Vfloote Phono 301 Xtlack.370 Court Street. MMMI iwiwmnwtt Anything Wong With Your WATCH? 'Then bring it hero, am let us fix it for you. Wo do wuUk repairing tlght warrant all our work, and charge very reasonable prises for it. "Repairing for Particular Temple is our motto, and whether It be a watch, clock, Of any kind of jwlry,1 tho wtrk wll bo dane as well as anyone can do Itand for tho lowest prU that aayeue an do good, hon est work for State and Liferty SU., Salem- Ore Whoro They Will Teach. Superintendent J. M. Powers, of tho city school hns apportioned the tonoh- ers among tho dllToront schools for tho coming yonr ns follews: High School. Principal Prof. K. T. Marlatte. Assistants Miss Sophia Townsend, Mix Alloo lllchurds, Miss Llln Swnt ford, Miss Margaret Ooodin. East School. J. S. Graham, prlnelpal, 8A. Olive Mlsamoro. IB. Adelaide Schludlor, 1A nnd 211. Mrs. Kva Peal, 2A nnd 3H. Lilian Hnrwood, 3A and 3D. Kmma Krnmor, 4 A and 4B. Lena Stllwoll, SA ami Oil. Anna W. Bleson, Oil and OA. Ida Milolr, CA and "B. Carrio Purllngame, TA and 811. Central School. Margaret J. Cospor, principal, 1H. Maria P. D'Arcy, JA and 2.V. Anna Flshor, 3B nnd 411. Bertha O. Byrd, 4A and 5A. Lincoln School. K. T. Falling, prlnelpal, Sll sad 8A. Bertha A. Lick, IB. Orletta Kraus, 1A and SB. Oraeo Bellinger, SB ami 4B. Botwlo Smith, SB and 5.V. Ella h. Welch, OA and 7A. North SchooL O. A. Pebls, prlnelpal, "A asd 7B, Mrs. Chapol, IB. Lena Clark, 1A- and SB. Nidlle F. Starr, SA nnd 3B. Ada (1. Dayton, SA and 4B. l.avm. Bean, 4A and SB. MUs Kolmrtson. SA and GB. Lauretta Starr, OA ami 7B. Parle School. W. M. Smith, prlnelpal, 7 A and SB. Aliens M. Mellon, lit. Alma K Phole, 1A and SB. Brndno K Bushasll, SA and SB. Miss Cereellus, 3A and 4B. Btla Tbampson, 4A and SB. Loba U Miller, 8A and 6B. Kva J. Savage, OA and TB. Bonneville, Or., Aug. 18. Whilo nn swering his aged mother's call to como home, J. L. Anderson, of 444 North Prospect street, Knnsas City, Mo., was foully murdered near this place somo time early Wednesday morning. Tho crime Is romnrkablo for its cold-bloodedness and its mystifying features. Tho body was found by 0. A. Town send, of Portlnnd, nt 5 o'clock in tho nftcrnoon, nt a point GOO feet west of tho Bonneville stntlon and nbout 75 feet from the O. B. & N. track. Tele graphic advices brought Coroner Fin ley nnd Sheriff Word to tho scene of tho crime. The Investigation showed tlint Anderson met his death by re peated blows on tho skull with n henvy bridge bolt, but failed to reveal tho slightest clow to tho murderer or to dis close a motive for the crime. The body was found in the open in n slight depression, tho battered head lying in a pool of blood, whilo nenr by lay tho blood-clotted bnr of iron with which tho crimo had been com mitted. A peculiar featuro was tho or derly condition, of tho body, nnd that tho ground showed no sign of nuy struggle. Tho corpso lny stretched nt full length, the feet together, nnd tho hands almost clasped across tho breast. Assailant Crept From Behind. Every ovldcnco Indicated that tho murdered man hnd been seated whilo his assailant crept up and struck him from behind. Tho skull wns crushed apparently nt tho first blow. Tho fact that tho motive for tho crimo wns ono other thnn robbery wns evidenced by the condition of tho clothing. No at tempt, apparently, had been mado to rlflo tho pockets, which contained vari ous papers nnd $2 in monoy. Pnpcrs found on tho body show It to bo tlint of J'. L. Anderson, of Knnsns City, Mo. Ho appeared to bo about 22 years of ngc, although, with tho signs of having beon trnmplng, wns neatly dressed. A registered lotter from his mother In Kansas City boro tho marks of having beon delivered to him at 24D Burnsido street, Portlnnd, Or., Au gust 13th. w - m - May Work Better Than Parasites. Tho Electrlcnl Magazino, nccordlng to German pnpcrs, describes a series of experiments for destroying inspcts In jurious to tho products of tho noil, which experiments nro said to havo been successful. An engineer at Mo naco was tho first ono to hnvo his at tention called to it while ho worked with nn electric mnchlno in tho open nlr. Ho obsorved thnt metal rods, which wcro put into tho ground and woro thon connected with a dynamo of 110 volts, mndo Insects in tho vioinity leavo thoir hiding places in tho ground, Ho nrgued thnt eloctricity might thoreforo Be usod on n largo senle to kill thoso insects, which all come in groat husto to the surfnoe. It is prob nhlo tha for tho killing of various kinds n different voltage should be used. Further experiments must be used. Further experiments must be mado to this eud. An nppnrntus Is mentioned, Invented by a ltusiian, for killing injurious in sects by electricity. A dynamo Is so plnced upon a hand ear that no oloo triclty is engendered while the oar is standing still. Whou in motion the current passes into the ground through the iron wheols of tho oar upon one side, and upon tho other through the points of brushes of eopper wire, which are fas toned In the rear of the ear so as to bo a few ineho8 above the ground. Tlio result is said to Imj that all in- wsots in the vicinity of the eopper brusnos aro killed as if by lightning. ofattfrfe&f y&te Ban ti. , U4 KM n Hw tinn Baejy JSftoney to Loan THOMAS K. IX)RD, Over Ladd 4 Buia' Bank. Salem, Or ADDITIONAL PEB30NALS. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeo. Ituf, 0f I,le. pendenee, aro in the elty, guests of Mrs. J. Ituef, on the Qardoa Road. Mr. and Mrs. K. K, Hand and their daughter and son, Laverne and Bdvrin, of Chisago, who are visiting the Paeifie Cteast and the fair, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goodale, Jr. Two Storks This Time. At the family home, i Portland, aernar af Sixth sad Alder streets, July S7, 1008, ta Mr. and Mrs. Clwrgo Hat ton, a daughter, Mildrs Carolla. Mrs Hattn was formerly Miss Sadie Foley' of this aity. " At Ua home, in Portland. August a LH. Mr. aad Mr. Kav Caattaa. a OaughUr. Mrs. 0u, w tuuul MIm JaauU OvmUW, a a lMe of Mra. 0rg Calline, 0f thU ally. Jolly Pioalc, A Bay party f JWI8g Hill W 48(kuy wmimg x Ug Ub nro lighted the seeae, artwad wUeh the young p,p gathered, tlUBg itorUa and playing nuawoas gaaes. ife cream aod cake was served at the close ol the evening (MAM Jm m. -" Lyj Thfee Days Specials THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY During this month wo will hold spoclol -sales to completely close ont te, ! present stock and mako room for onr fall goods. Thoy nro now mta I dntlv. Prleen sliced awav down. Rend on- . il Children's 20 and 25c parasols 10 nnd lGc Ladies parasols Half Prico Ladies' 85c umbrellas 45c $1.40 30-ln black taffoto silk, yd 05c 75c block taffeta silk, yd ....45c 85c and $1 fancy dress silks, yd 50c and GOc $5000 worth of flno silks to select from. Flno black dross goods, clearing prices 40c, 05c and 75c worth 31. GO Prices on all colored dress goods cut nway down. Fancy mohair dress goods 25c, 30c and 40c 31.75 Fancy English mohair dress goods, yd , 75c, 80c and 08c Prices on summer wash goods cut to pieces, 3Vic, 42c, oyic, 81-3c and 10c yd, regular prices 10c, 15c and 18c. Prices cut away down on whlto goods, India linens, Swisses, mulls, dimities, cambrics and muslins; prices from 5c yd up. Tablo linens, towols and napkins in tho cloarlng list. Towols 3'sc, 4V. oyic, 81-3c and 10c. Tablo linens 25c, 20c and 35c half prico. Laco and fabric gloves Half prico 7VsC all silk taffeta hair ribbon, ono inch wido, yd 3yic 25c all silk neck ribbons 10c, 12c nnd 14c Just arrived from Now York, 3500 worth of tho lntost fancy collars, shopping bags and fancy belti hi Fancy coUars, 5c 10c 15c 18c utfij, 50c shopping bags, cut pries .,$ SI shopping bags, cut pries ...iKt 50o silk girdlo bolts, prlc $ SI silk girdlo bolts .., COo corset covor ombroldery, yj jSt Wo show a grand assortment ct lacos, cmbroidorics and dross trim. mlngs, all up to dato new stylet Ladloa', misses' and chlldren'i no. mor underwear 8c, 10c, 12c 16c ui 25c. Ladies', misses and chlldren'i na mor hosiery, 8c, 10c 12c, 15c md & cut.priccs. m Prices cut away down on notiont Best Sana silk, ball j, Finishing braid, bunch j- Bost cubo pins, cubo Jc 1000 pairs of corsets to select too. 50c summer corsets, linen mesh 2ft 45c French model corsets, price 15c 25c girdlo forms, prico lc Men's underwear, hats, shoes, col lars and neckties, all reduced. Men's 35c summer underwear.. 19c Men's 45c summer underwear 25t 50c silk nocktlcs, prico 25c Bost linen collars 8c and 10c Visit our cloak, suit and millinery department. Ladios' Swell wash suits, prico L7S Ladies' $18 silk suits, price. .19.50 S1.50 whlto lawn waists 75c Trimmed hats, 08c, $1.49 and L0t SALEM'S FASTEST OEOWINO STOBE. McEYOY BROS. Corner of Commer cial and Court Streets Qracio Bend His Lottors. Down nt Oregon City yostcrdny E. Oracle Hnnson sued 11. C. Hanson ask ing that the marriage tie botween them bo dissolved. The wlfo chnrgos thnt Hanson already had one wlfo living whon ho married her, nnd that she is, so to speak, only a wife by brevet. Tho lady asserts that "lettors roeelved by her husband disclosed tho fact of tho previous marriage," and as ho would, no doubt, refrain from handing tho letters over to her, it is fair to prosumo that ClraeU took advantage of her wifely privileges ami rend hubby's letters. Wliieh goes to show that when you are looking for troublo, you onn generally find it. - CHILDREN OEY FOB FLETCHEE'S 0A8T0MA. Wanted Their Frcodom. Fred Blodgett, aged 18 nnd Leonard MeDanlel, 13, were arrested at Albany last night. The boys were running away from Chemawa, and seeking tbir homes in California, preferring tho smoke, discomforts and diit, II uncertain handout-and ravages of til pestiferous soldier bug, incident to Uh in tho wild open, to tho home eomfWJ, cleanliness and restraint of the t ornmcut caravansary. Slaughter of Lane Pheasants, Hugoue, Or., Aug. 18. t ounty Clot Leo has issued 70 (Ire permits and tM' hunters' licenses sinco tbo new Itn wont Into effect. From all report phensants nro bolng slaughtered to M directions, nnd tho license money doing nothing In tho way of protettty tho game. n Savon Como Eleven. Honolulu. Aujr. 18. A dispatch j wireloss tolcgrnm from nilo says tW' Hann, tho Hawlann wifo of halloa, i ChinoBe, gnvo birth to ono child M last Thursday, two on Sundar, on Monday, two on Tuosday morning art ono on Tuesday night. All are deai OHILDliEN CBY W FLETCHER'S OARTOBIA The Reason WHY We sell more shoes than any other firm in Salem is because we have the largest stock to choose from at far below regular prices. We are not going out of business, but are adding new goods daily, and now is the time to get your supply of reliable footwear cheap, at Salem's Big Shoe Store. Oregon ShoeCo '4ifcmtiMmmmmmmMmwiH HMSMWWWWumffUl T... fti.