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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1000. V . - Vf t kg t u ta& 7ftw&i&&&onA 305th WEDNESDAY SPECIAL! Beginning nt 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning wo offer , . i Isabella Fox Boas t Sixty Inches lohg-t-two tails regulation chnln and hook fastenings' Thlu Benson's stylo and make No old furs among tho lot Regular $7. bO vnlues Wednesday No telephone orders received. $4.98 More New Coats Today Anothor lot of popular plnld conts recolved. You can bo pleased from this great showing. All new styles and patterns. $6.50 to $35 Rain Coats That tho Nnnio Implies- Coats that do not absorb tho rain, hut Bhcds It. Bain or any other varloty of bad wcathor Is tho samo to them as sunshine Thoy cost no moro than any other coat nnd havo tho advantage of being rain proof. $8.50 to $22.50 Outing Flannel Wear Cool nights mado moro com fortahlo by outing llnnnol gowns. Wo hnvo a great varloty of now styles to chooso from In nil bIzob from tho llttlo miss to tho oxtrn size. 50c to $2.50 SOAPj SPECIAL Sprntt'H pntont, non-polBonous Dog 8onp, kills lleas, etc. Kcops tho skin free from scurf nnd other skin dUenBCB. Strongly rccom monded for genornl tollot nnd nur sory iho. It entirely prevents chnppod liiintls. It clonna nway scurf and dandruff nnd uonutMaa tho hair. It Is n tonic. Rog- ular 2Gc value 15c Stylish Clothes At Moderate Prices For tho best drcssors tho cor rect thing In inon'H tlothcs ns Just as easy to havo ns not. It doesn't rcqulro any spccldl skill or any special expenso to bo among tho best drcBBers, that Is if you como to us for your clothes. Will put you Into n Hurt, Scljuffncr & Marx suit or coat, that means that no body clso will bo bettor dressed than you. Tho best pf tailoring, tho moBt perfect stylo, and, nbovo ill, a correct fit la assured. $10 to $30 Footwear For Men and Women Wo sell tho Bhoos of quality you tako no chanco In buying hero. They roprosont tho hlghoBt standard of workmniiBhlp from tho best lonthcrs It Is posslblo to obtain, nnd our iirlcoH aro lower than shoo storos ask for cqunl qualities. All tho nowost and best Btylos. .,$3,$3.50,$4 Personal ft MEN'S HATS If tho particular stylo of hat you want Is not In our lint depart ment then you can rout assured that It does not exist, for when you have examined our stock, you hnvo soon overy now stylo that Is known to tho fashion world. Ro gardlesB of tho Btylo, quality nnd grndo you solect you will find that It is absolutely tho 11KST to bo had auywhoro at tho prlco you pny. $2.50 to $4 I CITY JNEWS A Hollo. "Mon of Important Para graphs for Your Consideration III. Vnndorvort, of Salem; Mrs. Mln- nio Casboll, of Shaw; Mrs. Eva Harold, of Spoknno, Wash., and Mrs. Ollvo MeKocvor, of Palmyra, Iowa. Good from JeriiHnlem Boo Mrs. Wiggins' ml on this page, Ills of tho Flohli Most of tho Ills lleali la holr to aro romcdlod by Osteopathy. Likely your caso would bo easily reached, 1 1; would at least do no harm to havo a talk with Dr. 11. II. White, In tho Broyman building, tuos-frl Former Knlem lauly Died Tho sad news has roached this city of the death of Mrs. Amos Frederick, formerly Miss Ida Van Fleet, which occurred October SGth, nt Alberta, Canada, aged 31 years. Sho leaves a husband nnd two small chlldron, her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley VanFleet, nnd 'four sisters: Mrs. II. Chaunccy Bishop went to PortlatiU this morning. T. C. Smith nnd .wife went Portland today. Carl Scott left this morning for short visit in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. W. D.. Mohney Jeft this morning for Portlnnd. Mrs. Lydla McQueen went to Port land this morning, where sho will reside. ! Charles Scott went .to ' Portlanll this morning for a short business trip. Mrs. Q. Engel went to Albany to day for a short visit. Mrs. J. E. Baker left this morn ing for a few days' visit In Eugene. Miss Vada Wood, of Marlon, was visiting in tho city today. Lowls FIshor, the real estate man, wont to, Mnrlon this morning. Dr. J. W. Ransom, of Turner, was In town today. ' James Walton, who hns been v1bj King In tho city, returned to Port land Inst evening. MIbb Lillian McNnry, of 'the Sa lem hospital, left this morning for Newport to spend n few dayB. Miss Mario Flccner, n nurse nt the Salem hospital, has rcttirhed from a two weekB vacation. Mrs. W. W. Johnson nnd J. Johnson left todny for Senttlo visit relatives for two weeks. MIbs Edna Pohle has gono Everett, Washington,' whero sho has rolatlvcB and friends. George Wcoks, tho dnirymnn, went to Lebanon today, to nttend tho de velopment lcngrte exorclBOs. L. M. Gilbert, tho ItoBodnlo prune growor, returned yesterdny from n business trip to Portlnnd. Mrs. Eliza Carmen of Illinois Is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Doty on Twentieth street. Miss Bcrthn Orlll returned last ev ening from Portland, whero alio has boon visiting friends. Mrs. Henry Brown, of Portlnnd, who has boon visiting Mrs. Bert Corey, returned to her homo this J morning. Miss Chloo Bnshor, who has been qulto 111 with fover, Is reported to bo much improved, i H. Qittlngs, recontly of Bolso, , Idaho, left this morning for n short business trip to Portland. C. L. Wntt wont to Lebanon todny to attend tho development conven tion. E. T. Judd will bo among tho de velopment onthuslnsts at Lebanon todny. Mrs. J. J. Davis, of Dos Mjdnos, Iown, who has boon In tho city on luminous, loft todny for Ashland. Mrs. J. H. Ackermnn hnB roturnod from n visit to her daughter, Mrs. Carlton, of Portlnnd. W. C. Hughes, who has been vls- P. to to REFUSE TO PAY POLL TAX! ft Three Prominent Salem Cit izen Will Make Test Case, on Validity of Law . City council last night instrucd the city attorney A. o. uonuitf to. proceed against B. 0. ShucklngAW T. Perkins and W. F. Skiff andcom-ft poll them to pay $3 each, being the amount pf their road poll tax. It wn3 reported to tho council that' these three citizens lirid refused to pay tho amount. Mr. Condlt will nt once take stops to compel tho collection of tho amount. The courts have alrendy held that the city cannot make tho pay ment of this tax prerequisite to voting but It Is said thero hns been no court decision affecting the valid ity of tho law Imposing tho tax. Tho courts havo already held that the city cannot mnke the payment of this tnx a prerequisite to voting, but It Is snld thero has been no court de cision affecting tho validity of the law imposing the tnx. Each of tho three defendants In this action Is a prominent citizen of tho city. Mr. PorklnB Is chief clerk In the Stnto Treasurer's office; Mr. Shucking Is a well-known hop brok er, and Mr. Skiff is n dentist. The grounds thnt will bo advanced for tho non-payment of the tax havo not been given out. ELECTION IS STILL IN DOUBT 'Continued front flrst P"Se.) the smaller counties In the north have sent out strong Bell roporta. Sacramento and San Joaquin, Uio larcor of tho northern countieB, ap peared at noon to bo going for Bell, while In tho south Los Angeles nnd San Diego counties are not .showing Mm iianni lirnw Henubllcnn . vote. The statement of tho Los AngoTesj. Times, the nntl-Bell organ, conced ing Bell's election is considered sig nificant. The general oplnlpn Is that.. San Francisco county win go lor Bell, but whatever majority ho may get here will. It Is expected, bo off Bet or overcome by tho majority (311 lett will take out of Oakland nnd tho other county cities. Tho election ro ports from nil over tho stato indicate fair weather. Tho Democrats nrq apprehensive nbout the Socialist vote, which will be henvy in tne luuiuinumy milnt m est outside of the enT Pears to be the Ju,U indications .are that nS,.1 N dates for the Judgeship feated: Republican tiht,Z. h M i --i . .; uia l,s nfternc 11 carry S: inn Wit.. 'I stato by fullv 20.nnn ' ana ttJ m " f v vv in a statement this afternoon a Btii olared Cisco by a good oon, Gillette will carry s3n Salt Lake, Nov. G it u from Freemont mnntv , V the Mnrmnn. !.-.. U8n' Ul America party challen havo thrown them into Jail Tinier.; TIt. slager, Democrat candidal IT ernor, Is running ahead of hl8 uj Snrlnirfloid ri,i x... . .. vu.u, iM,v U. Tu.,, no i,,,i,'..i -, . . ' "eja. . v...UUb.,uu central Illnolg j,er, ;"'""::'. ""ru as "oo". mx " a ,uieu l a man. t, . turp of tho election is the heavrL rtlflntn fnn t.nfiHn.H ' a number of the corn counlio. s Richmond, Vn., Nov. 6. ThirtJ rn:r"ii..,sqiuet'pti w. ..Liu u niniu congressional I tt-tctn. wlinro 1ilnn -... " uuieaisarfli mining districts. They nro confident Tho stnto wl" elect nine Democri nevertheless, that they will elect the governor, congressmen and a majority of tho state ticket. CURRENT TOPICS TODAY Prepared for the Public Schools nnd the Family Circle. Ucecptiou to 1) fllven Tho members of tho First M. 13. Itlng 8nlom frlonds, went to Oregon church, next Friday ovonlng; will City yostordny. tondor n reception In honor of Rov. J Judgo Robert E. Enkln, nftor a W. II. Bollock, In tho parlors or tho short visit with his family horo, loft church. ,A Hhort musical and liter- i last ovonlng for his homo In La ary program will bo rendored, and Grande. tho now mombors will bo welcomed Mrs. E. Pnrkhurst, of Iowa, Is ox- Into tho fellowship of tho congroga- ported to arrlvo in tho city today to ELECTROLIERS A new lot of olortrle readtug lamps just recelvotl. They aro tho prettiest lot ever dUplayed In 8a- kw. Theso lamps nro flnlshod In aatiquo brass with beautiful shades In ft, 10 or 13-Inch sites, Tho-price rM from IS.60 to f 3Q.00. Wo also 1mv a few extra shades In caio you fcaw a broke one to replace Jlarr's Jewelry Store tlon. An Invitation to attend tho re ception Is extended to nil friends. Restaurant Not Hold Tho report printed In a local pa por that George Bros. restaurant on Stnto stret, had changed hands Is unconfirmed. In speaking to a Journal reporter this morning, Mr. Qoorgo denied that any transfer had been mndo, nnd said that ho could not account for tho report. Hopnuin of lluUovlllo l!m tr t o.vA..MHU v..... nt.. . . jv. ou.iuurur, m uuuuviuu, is to Portland last evening to visit In tho city on business pertaining to their daughter, Mrs. Samuol Slewnrt tho salo of tho Jluttovlllo warehouse, nnd family. which will bo sold at tho court housoi Mrs. S. J. Qittlngs. of Boise, Idaho, todny. Ho states thnt ho has ship- wno haa been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. pod this. season 003 boles of hopa.'o. Q. Cole, at Turner, left last night haa carload and a half RDLlhfl bff. to visit relatives In San Diego, Cal. has 1H carloads at Sherwood, ltt Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mcllugh, who car loads nt Dundee, nnd Is short have been visiting tho formor's of cars. Tho local market thero la brothor, Tom Mcllugh. and wlfo, ro qulot and prices and remain at tho turned yesterday to their homo In usual figures. Portland. Simon Nowklrk, of loin, Kansas, bo tho guost of her dnughtor, Mrs. Homer Smith. Mrs, James Walton, after sevoral days visiting her pnrents In this city, returned this morning to hor homo in Portland. Dr. nnd Mrs. J, H, Roblnett wont to HnUoy this morning for n few days' visit. They will also visit frlonds In Albany beforo returning. Miss C. E. Uurrough, of Silver City, nfter visiting Salem relatives and friends, loft this morning for her home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cornelius went Fierce storms are raging on tho North Atlnntlc const and the shore lino of Cnnnda Is fairly lined with tho wrecks of good ships. Many Bailors havo perished In tho wnves. A strike of railroad switchmen Is Imlncnt In Chicago and railroad trafllc in tho middle west may bo tied up as a consequence. An order of an ofllcer to British soldiers to kneel In order that an ofllcor might sec the mnnoovrc of tho mon, caused a riot at Ports mouth, Englnnd, A logging train at Rainier, Wash ington, rnn away on a stroot grade and tho mon hnd to Jump for their llvos, Sovoral wore badly Injured. A coal famine Is threatened throughout all the northwest. o Threaten to Strike. Sacramento, Nov. 0. Threo hun-. dred blacksmiths from tho Southern Pnolllc shops submitted an ultlmn tum to tho superintendent, demand ing -10 conts nn hour tint, with extra pay for overtime. Unless a favor ablo answer Is returned by 6 o'clock tomorrow, tho ontlre force will walk out. N'otlro to CablMgo Growers- arrived In tho city yesterday, and Is Wo will not recolvo any mora cab- visiting his Bister. Mrs. W. W. John bago after Wednesday, November 7, 80n Mr Newklrk will probably re al our tanks will bo filled. 81gnedi ma,n n Oregoa and make this stato GIDEON ST0L2 CO.,n, norae- Mrs. J. O. Booth, of Grants Pass, Wlcd-Mycrs. who has been visiting la Portland, The marrlago of Mr. F. J. Wle T and Mlts Maudo E. Myora took i"c;CHy lu Portland today. Both are well- kaown iu this city, . The bride Is a titter of Hob. JeKoraoa Myers, a, la a cultured woman. 8k held a io- sJtloa aa teacker la ?k Salew public kool for aoM tla, p vattl a yaar ae, a4 kaa. a wM clrl ot Wsails. Mr. 1M Hi a aaWtaatU ettl ot JgrtKK, wlMrt tkay will O. O. Removes, after a short visit In the city, returned today to his home In Newport. lie says that an elec tric light plant and city water works aro tho prospects for Newport soon. Governor Chamberlain and Col. B, Hofer. ot the Willamette Develop ment Lecu-a, weat to Lebanon to y toj att4 the Farawra laitltuto Thaw Trial Delayed. Now York, Nov. C Thero Is no foundation In fact for tho statement that Thaw will likely bo tried this week. Assistant Dlstrtct Attorney- Smith says Thaw Is unlikely to be trlod before December, pending mo tion of Thcaw's attorneys to provent tho district attorney from further exnmlnlng tho wltnesses.whtch is yet undecided. Therefore tho trial could not como up In tho Imedlato future, Tho prisoner 'today sent a mes sage to tho newspaper men at the Tombs In answer to their questions saying: "The trlnl cannot como too quickly for me; I expect a quick vindication." Going Hearst's Way. Washington, Nov. 0. Griggs W. Sherman, of tho Democrntlc congreB sionnl committee, got a messngo from Murphy over tho telephono this afternoon. Tho Tammany leader said: "Hearst will havo a bigger majority than Bird Color had." Griggs said: "Charlie, you aro ly ing." Murphy snld: "I wouldn't llo on election day." Tho returns from all over tho stato show an cnormotiB vote, and everything going Hearst's way. to congress. Des Moines, In., Nov. C a hej vote, i-icnt on to a finish la effort to down Cummins. Thai ronus nro busy. Tho Republic concede tho election of George ' to congress in tho first district 1 Hamilton succeeding Lncey In itcJ Fraud lit Denver. Denver, Colo., Nov. G. Sensntiori nl charges aro made tigalnst Mayor Spcer nnd the city administration. It Is alleged tho police nro keeping tho regular Democrntlc voters from the polls In tho tenderloin. It Is claimed tho administration is using its forces in the nld of Buchtel and tho Repub licans. Much scratching done on tho ticket Is reported.' A Ropubltcnn victory Is apparent. Hearst Makes Gains. New York, Nov. C. Tho Journal this afternoon prints a dispatch from Elmlrn, N. Y., saying: "Tho inechnnlBin of a voting machine broke thnt required tho opening ear ly today. Threo years ago tho dis trict was oven botweon Hlggins and Herrlck. When tho machine wbb oponed todny tho vote read Demo crats for Hearst 25, Republicans for Hughes 2C, Independents for Henrst 32. Hearst's plurality In tho dis trict. It was evenly divided Inst year. Election Bulletins. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. C. Weather clear, warm. Indications fnvor heavy vote; party manngers claim election for both parties. OA.MVC BMitO ) Tt Klfld Yea Haw Ahran fcsfl GOODS FROM JERUSALEM A Syrian friend in Jerusalem has sent to me a collection of hand-made lace dollies, collars and laces, besides mother ot pearl fan chains, cherry etono beaCs, etc I will show theso to any who may wish to pur chase, la my studio at home, corner of Oak and "Winter treeta, .Wednesday afternoon, from 3 to S p. m. MRS. T. A. WIGGINS Tulsn, I. T Nov. C Clear weath er, intonso Interest and large vote. Many Indians voting, though tho In dian voto was smaller than was anticipated. Sioux Fnlls, S. D Nov. 6. Wis balmy weather, southern breeie. Tli fine weather is bringing out the tiro farmer voto, which was polM early. Ilttrrlsburg, Pa., Nov. C ThetiJ lots cast this morning Indicate tt voto near the registration, which xu heavy. Norwich Union Fire hm- ance Society. Frank Meredith, Resident Agt Ofllce with Wm. Brown & Co., Nil 129 Commercial Street. Money to Loan THOMAS K. FORM Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or J NEW TODAY Hoss & Brlggs Carpenters and cct tractors. Job work dono to oris promptly. Shop at 19th and Suti streets, onnoslto Ennley's (tat Phono -121. 16lm ? Topeka, Kans., Nov. C. Hoch's chances aro brighter this afternoon. He claims re-election. Tho voting started early In tho state. No excitement. San Francisco. Nov. 6. It is esti mated that 40,000 votes will bo polled In this city. The electlbn Is Slabwood Delivered on Short Notice The Chas. K. Spaulding MillmS Company Start November By Placing An Order Wrth Bl Moir Grocery Co. sWBBMBBBMBMMMjBaBMiMMaasamisisiBiiaM-iMMIM m sfMsaHHHI "We carry largest variety of faacy and staple groceries, and, wHh the new Rmaageiaeat, we are nakisg the best prices that have ever been suiae at this store. Freaspt a4 aaifafec tory deUyery ot orders la ew special ty. Pay a visit to 4 gate er 'FfcoM 180. aftd Dvilt CoavBtlo. (.Jr.