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i fj ' tnpw TWJftSW " le- -. a DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMIIEIl 30, 1000. i n y ' ' In l f J'mmmm '"Il1 " HOLIDAY NEWNESS Tho biggest riiltl finest toy storo anywhere In tho valley la now ready Ifflth. its great arrny of Interesting toys and novelties. You'll like tho varlotlea and p'rlcoi. NEW DOLLS ; DOLL. FURNITURE. DOLL IlVGniES WOttlCHOXKB f NEW GAMES HEWING MACHINES MAGIC LANTERNS 4 vy ' STISAM ENGINES ' IX)COMOTIVES PRINTING PRESSES TOOL CHESTS IRON TOYS VELOSCIPEDES DUILDING RLOCKS "Oavenette" S Dress. Goods "Cravcnetto" 1b a process which makes cloth non-nbBorbont and can bo applied to almost any class of matorlnl. This process la a pntont and Is owned and con trolled by D. Prleatroy, and no goodu called Cravcnetto, without tho Cravcnetto brand 1b gcnulno. Ilavo you noticed that other dealers advertise- Cravcnetto Rain Conjs? If Cravcnetto waB not the best they certainly would not han dle them. This Is ono of tho strongest recommendations It can receive Whon you want a thoroughly rollabln rain-proof matorlnl ask for and Insist oi; Cravcnetto. Wo nro showing n flno lino of shadow checks and stripes In light and medium tan alindeB, light and dark browns, navy, dnrk grays and blacks, In plain nnd fancy wenves, 5-1 to 00 Inches wldo. Every yard stumped "Cravcnetto" which la a guarantor of Its gonu InoncBS, and that ralu will nolth or wet nor spot them. $1 .50 to $3 yd. formed him that I would be con demned for "upholding tho law, but never, for violating It. If tho voters want a man that iaysapenlyllir print that Jn certain conditions ho will vio late tho law for a friend, that Is for them to ay. I am not tlio legisla ture, and do not mnke tho law, but so Jong as I have anything to Uc with It I will OBEY and not VIOLATE. I am a taxpayer and resident of the city for many yonrB, and peoplo knov, that I am Interested ln the city's development in all Its phases, and much more so than ono who, has nover. Identified himself with tho city and $ho has no Interests therein, ex cept to sot into office. Respectfully, W. A. MOORES, Recorder. o BRUTAL MUDDER AVENGED (Continued from page ono.) Famous Strike Breakers. Tho most famous striko breakers in tho land aro Dr. King's Now 'Life Pills. When liver and bowels go on strike, they quickly aettlo tho trouble and tho purifying work goes right on. Best euro for constipation, head acho and dizziness. 26c at J". O.'Porrj INDETERM INATE SENTENCE. Sccloy's Motion for New Trial Was Overruled. Warm Coats THE NEWEST STYLES New coals coming every day. The wanted kind and in the right shades. Our prices arc, as USUal, the I Tho caso of J. It. Scolcy, found B'...Mtr lr ntdmn nf ilnf nnmn 11tt f...l- ir-. I ..,. , 1511111 li "-" - .; lurrtu, tuuiuy unu ai'5 1 in Judgo Burnett's court todny 'nnd Messrs. Murphy and Holmes, nttor noyB for tho prisoner, mado'a motion that tho court act asldo tho verdict, and ordor a now trial. This motion wna argued at length, and overruled by tho court, who then Bentenced Seoloy to an indeterminate torm in tho ponltontlary. I o . considered, you'll be able to find. $6.50 to $35 . Misses' Suits The new style Norfolk and Pony Jacket Suits for Misses arc here, in colors red, green and gray. You'll surely be pleased with this showing. $15 to $25 mMMPJMMMNMMMMMM Neuralgia Pains. Rhoumatlsm, lumbago and sciatic palna yield to tho ponotratlng Infill onco of Bnllard's Snow Liniment. It ponetrntes to ttio nerves and bono and being nbsorbod Into tho blood, Its healing properties aro con voyod to ovory part of tho body, nnd offoct somo wonderful cures. 26c, 60o and $1.00. For aalo by D. J. Fry'a drug Btoro. o MILLER IN PLACE OF LADI). CITY NEWS A Collection of Important Para graphs for Your Consideration Linn County Senator Appointed to Place on Text Rook Commission. lorn yoaterdny aftornoon. With tho Ilt'rlvnl ft t Ilia mil ntwl irtn nMinntj ' " VMIU VMI UI1U PUillSJ UVIIUltl that nro oxueetod In a few dnys. I ' wminm M. t ,i,i. of PnrMnm,. r, shall again bo ready and not have to 8fgned , ,)lftC0 on tho gtato Toxt mk you io wan lor more pianos. Dook ConunJsB,onf nnd Governor This car cornea in hnrneBs, not boxed, filled tho vncancy by tho appointment Htill Hungry? Well, tho stnndnrd of our lino of groceries nnd vouotnblea will bo maintained, after uu well na boforo Thnukaglvlng. H. II. Rngan, 420 Court Htrcot. Ilia of tho Flesh. Mont of tho ilia flesh Is holr to nro remodlod by Osteopathy, Llkoly your case would bo oaully reached. It would at least do no harm to havo talk with Dr. B. II. Whlto, In the Broymnu bulldlug. tuoH-frl - Wero You LurkyV If you called in time to secure ono of our tlno turkoyu for Thnukaglvlng ns they wefo In grqnt denfand. Our lino of frosh moata romnlna unbrok on. Karrlngton'B market. lJoy tin? (laino Of courao you did if you had a nice clean shnvo. haircut and rofreahlng bath at Gllsan'a tonsorlnl parlors bo forohnnd. Heat of service guaran teed. IMfeycri Pianos Geo. C. Will received word yester- aa former shipments, and la a great of Hon M A Mlllor, of Lol)anon, Bavlng In freight and prlco of boxen T inn omintv io wr. win. Cured Consumption. Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan., writes: "My husband lay sick Tho doctors Bald Notice of Ktttrny. Notlco Ib horoby glvon that tho uu doralgncd has. taken up ono sorrol for threo nnth , , ... , . . that ho had quick consumption. Wo mnro about six yearB old woight , , ,., . ., ,T procured a bottlo of Ballard's Horo- obout 900 pounds; whlto Btrlpo In hound Syrup, nnd It cured hltn. Thnt forehead; whlto right hind foet: 'was six years ago. 81nco thon wo whlto loft foro foet: brand 5 clrclo havo always kopt a bottlo In tho on right shoulder; forotop and tnll house. Wo cannot do without it. bobbed off. Duo notlco has boon For cougliB nnd colda it hnu no posted according to law, and npprnlBO equal." 26c, 50o nnd $1.00. Sold by meat of vnluo mndo by Justlco of tho D. J. Fry'a drug storo. Penco L. F. Bvans, of Brooks tils trlct, and notlco filed with tho coun ty clerk of Murlon county, Novombor 10, 190G. Ownor can recover prop orty by identifying Biimo and paying costs ns provided by law. W, II. EGAtt, 11-23-tf RECORDER MOOltliS TALKS. Shown, It WnK Impossible to Put Trill's Name on tho Rallot. Three This Morning. Throo marrlngo lteonsos woro ls- suoil by County Clerk Allen tills morning, aa follews: Arthur T. Morwln, ngod 34, and Mary E. Cox. aKed 30. both rosldontB Brooks, Oregon 0f Polk county. . I Joseph T. Leeds, of Brooks, und Mlaa Evn A. Duvlu, who realdo near Broka. Grover C. Long, of Albany, and Hattlo A. Miles, of this city. "O . Tho Texas Wonder. Cures all kldnoy, bladder and To tho VntMI-fl! A vrant l.ml .n dV thut a largo car of piano arrived booil ..... ... thn unnara .. m At Portland yeatordny, after belnc tho matter of Mr. Trlll'a namo not rhoumatl trouble; sold by all drug tefcyod In thv WMUouta In Wnshlng- bons on tho ba,fQt for tho 0, t, i gists, or two months' treatment by ton, um It would bo brought to 8o- A Signet Ring Mortmcnt that will satisfy every iwaglnablo taate. hi Plain Band Rings W can meet any requirement In y t Set Rings )Lvly gw o captivating to the pt nvry tmkb Froia tlw ! lElipnrlrl ft HW tke tolcea f tor mm ,mMBip ars wi Iter's Jfcwelry Cor, State m UNrty its. election next Monday, 1 wish to itate: That tho law la moudatory, and a nomlneo must comply with cortaln conditions to get his namo on tho ballot. After ho had filed his, jiotltlon after omco Beautifully engraved with Initial , hours of the last day, Saturday, In 0 monogram make ft pleasing glftj looking It over Sunday I found It that will last forevor. we have au.waa not compioto, and on Monday morning I went to tho attorney general Qf the tat who looked It up and Mid tho Jaw had not been complied wltk iu that respect; I then wont to tho city attornoy, A. O. Con dlt, who Informed mo that Mr. Trill's wtclit AHd carat. Look at our die- namo could not bo put on tho ballot. it mud ruuBuiieu oinur pronuneni at- tornoya, who told mo It had no right on Lho ballot. I Informed Mr, Trill of theso nndlugs, and my advlco In tho matter, and said to him that It was a dollcato nmttor for m, and asked him to placo himself la my placo and what would you do? Ho said: "It tbe nowlacxk was for ANY OTttiNt aMta tft I wan a caa- dWtU for I woul4 Kmhw Um mM) off th JmiWW, tat for e t wkjck I wm . eMtlMm mymtt I wW pwt it ott." I tbM MM. "Yo vmmli to- UU tkM Uw?" H t4d: "I would wlv thftt," 1 toltf him I woul4 b COMWWW WMWOf I yit IV SUMS I nn appeal to the supremo court, but the fact that my father has no money is tho reason my cases did not go to the supreme court." Shepherd seemed trying to say more at this point, but could not speak. Rev. Father Moore again read a prayer, and 'was followed word by word by tho condemned man. Then the prisoner's arms and legs were pinioned, and the black cap adjusted about his head, the noose slipped over It, and tho trap was sprung. Death followed in a few minutes. The execution wna wltnessad by only a small number of people.- The jury of 12, roqulrod by law, wore present, several olllcers of' 'the law, shorlft'B, constables, half a dozen mumbors of the prose, 12 or 15 stu dents from the medical department of Willamette University nnd thnt was all. Among those wore .1. M. Hansen, of Crook county, who Is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Ben Zoll. For the first time In the history of hangings In the prison, Shepherd Insisted thnt the death warrant bo read in full. Superintendent Jnmcs did this. Dr. Slinw and Dr. Browne examined the man when ho died, nnd mndo formal Btatoments to that ef fect, aa the law requires. Shepherd's Awful Crime. Tho crime for which Fred A. Shopherd paid tho capital penalty to day is ono of tho most brutal, horrl- blo and heinous of nny that haa over stained tho pages of tho criminal history of Oregon. Tho awful crimes of the negroes in tho southern atntoa that bring about tho Iynchlngs In thnt sections about which so much has boon snld. aro of the same cla93 but no worso than this. Shepherd murdered Ben F. Zoll nt his homo In Crook county, Soptom hor 24, of this year. At tho samo time ho criminally outraged Mrs. Zoll after making her, nt tho point of tho gun, assist In carrying her dead husband from tho bnrn to tho house. Zoll wns a rancher and cattlemnn nnd lived on Ills placo about 25 miles from Prlnovlllo nnd Shepherd wnr ono of his two hired mon. To havo a proper conception of Shepherd's horrible crlmo it muat bo remembered that his is of tho lowest and most brutnl typo xt human In telligence. Without cause, ho be came mndly Infatuated with Mrs. Zoll, In his conrso brutnl way, and tho ovldenco Bhowcd that ho had been contemplating this outrage for sev eral weeks. On tho fntal morning ho left tho bnrn whoro ho olopt with nnothor hired man called "Dakota" and went barefooted to tho houso and entored the sleoplng room of tho Zells. He fired nt Mr. Zoll and threw a ropo to Mrs. Zoll and tried to mnke hor as sist In tying Zoll. Tho Zells rnn from tho room a;ul to tho barn. Shepherd followed nnd when they reached th barn Zall was Bhot ngaln nnd foil dying: "Dakota" saw his Hfo was In dangor and ran to a ditch camp two nillos dlatnnt whoro somo men wero nt work nnd gavo tho alarm. Tho mon soon returned to tho Doll place where they took Shepherd Into cus tody. After old "Dnkotn" loft tho nlaco. JMrs. Zell to Bavo her life promised Shopherd If ho would let hor go to tho nearest nolghbor'a houso sho would help him fasten tho crimo on "Dakota." Shepherd fell in with this, and allowed her to mount n horBo still bloody and in her night cloth'oa and ride away to the neigh bors. "Whon sho returned sho fell oft her horse nnd drnmatlcally point tlnry Saturday and the condemned man made a stataement of hlB crime and promised to mako a full confes sion from the ' scaffold. Shepherd has never told tho "same Btory twico. At cah recital ho has admitted tho crime but has given different ver sions of the details. County Judgo Bell, of Crook coun ty, who nsslted tho district attornoy In the prosecution, is also in Salem. Whon Mr. Menefee ascertained that an offdrt was being made to havo Shepheril'B sentence commuted' it wns thought that the state should havo' a representntlvo on tho ground to see that the law was carried out, Mr. Zell came down from tho In terior of Oregon for Ills own personal satisfaction. y n Constipation. Health is absolutely impossible, if constipation bo present. Many Berl ous cases of liver and kidney com plaint hnvo sprung from neglected constipation. Such a deplorablo con dition is unnecessary. There is n .cure for it. Heibino will speedily remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay, P. M., Bron Bon, Fin., writes, Feb. 12, 1902: "Having used Herblne, I find It a flno medlclno for coa'Mpation." GOc a bottle. For sale by ; . J. Fry drug store. O-T O.V. Booth and E. A. Mellon, a tt, Lo'vy Card, tho hardware ,. musician, will leave for San p a co this evening, where he has actl ed a position with one of the iJri lintillinitA nnintnl. y'i "hi untu vumriuilius, Aflda rinntrrln Tlil. . .. .:;.";; .r"1"' iw ii.UD.v oiU., wuie over rrom Sllv( iuur.j.uiB morning. Hne rei)ort! ineisni lime unnnKSgivIng win, ntives,r " i Gcorgef drhhnm returned o, fromijrt ThaakKgivlng trislt In $Z land 1;. . . StHsF&., Superintendent Aci erman and. wire returned lam .J. ing froni'Torllartd Where thdyijj boon the guests' )f ProfeasA 'i3 n Persona! A. L. Brown is In Marion todny on business. 'Hon. B. T. Judd arrived in the city last ovonlng from Aumsvlllo. Mlsa Bursa Roddick, of Oregon City, is visiting Salem friends. L. J. Shippey Is a business visitor in this city today from Marlon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Emmott came up from Portland this morning. Perry Wright nnd family went to Albany yostordny for a abort visit. George Buckingham went to Port land this morning for a short visit. Chief Justlco Bean returned Inst evening from a visit with his family in Eugene. R. D. Farroll returned to Portland today, having taken his turkey with frlonds here. Miss Mnrguerlto Miles ia up from St. HelenB Hnll, Portland, to spend tho Thanksgiving holldnys with her parents nt Liberty. MIbs Maymo Stnut, of Portland, is in tho city to nttond tho Long-Mllea wedding this evonlng. W. T. Rigdon returned this morn ing from Jefferaon, whero ho and Mrs. Rigdon spent Thanksgiving. Jefferson wns tholr homo for sovornl yoars. Hon. M. A. Moody, of Tho Dalles, and brother of, Ralph, tho Portland attornoy, took tholr Thanksgiving Mrs.' Carlton. ' Profe3sorvTO'; E. BradVy, 0 government experiment sta!oi (jorvaius; waa nerc yesterday ing Dr. nnd Mrs. George E. Cortj Mrs. T. S. Fowler nnd dat., Miss Grace, left yesterday forty er to spend Tnnnicsgiving with n; tlvos. t r. ....1 . 1r..... n. .UU. llliu iuio. tt ill nil 1'ODlf, (( Portland, nro visiting the forma parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Pohie, reside on east Court street. Rev. Samuel Slwert, of Port vlaited relatives and tho Wlllamrt! Corvallls gamo yesterday. Sam ti H. L. Barkley, of Portland, hero yesterday tho guest of Ret. R. Laudy, presiding elder oi United Brethren church. Mrs. Matilda Turner, after V lng relatives in this city, has retc cd to hor homo in Lebanon. She a sister of Attorney Ronald Glove! and Ralph Glover, of this city, o A UNIQUE RECORD. Not Another Liko It In Oar Republic. mall tor fl. Dr. E. W. nail. 2926 !,nB ftt 8holrd cried; "That's tho Olive ttreot, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials . Sold by Stone's drug store. dw-lyr ' We wish to extend our thanks for the liberal patronago we have recolved slnco purchasing tho Fuller & Douglas grocory. It will bo our endeavor to glvo to tho people of Salem and sur rounding country tho best In groceries with the best of Ber vice, Yours with thanks. Moir Grocery Company V pHP MIV IVta man who killed Ben." Escaped Lynching. It was then that tho coolness of tho mon who had Shopherd In cus tody assorted Itself. Most men would have executed him on tho spot. Shepherd was taken to Prlnovlllo and was tried In due time with Judge Arthur L, Fraxer, of Multno mnh county on the bench. Frank Menefee, of Tho Dalles was district auorney ana he was asalted in tho prosecution by Judgo "W. A. Bell, of Prlnevllle. Shepherd mado a full confession and tried to Implicate Mrs, Zell but soon afterwards aban doned that jplan. Hla counsol set up ft plea of Insanity, but no phyal clan would give ovldenco tending to show any Insanity, Several efforts woro made to lead the goveftior to exerclso executive clemency but there has been nothing advanced to servo as a reason for so doing. Zoil's Brotfcer Here. Tlw d4 man's brother, who is also a cftttkma froai Crook coua- ty, cm to Sftleta Fridar and re- j dinner with their parents, ex-Govor nor and Mrs. Z, F. Moody. Miss M. Lesley loft this morning for Portland to visit hor mother, Mrs. B. J, Lesley for a short time, J. Shaw, nftor a visit with rola ttvoa In this city, returned this morn ing to his homo In Seattle. Mrs. A. C. Emmott left this morn ing to visit Mrs. J. G. Gnrrow and daughter In Portland. Samuel Slewort, after a abort visit In tho city, returned this morning to Portlnnd. Mrs; Slewort Is visiting her pnronts, Mr. and Mra. Tom Cor uollus, who reside on East street. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lynda, after apondlng Thanksgiving with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Eckhart returned this morning to their homo In Portland. Mr. Lynds Is a contractor nnd bulld or of the metropolis. S. A. Thrall, of tho S. P. pas senger office, at Portland, after spend lng Thanksgiving with Lot L. Pearce and family, returned this morning to hl8 homo In the metropolis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Churchill, of Portland, returned homo this morn lng. Thoy havo bpen guests of Mrs. E. C. Church, Guy Eades, after a short visit Jn tho city, roturned this morning to bis homo in Portland. Ho was formerly employed at tho Red Cross Pharmacy in this city. Mrs, Whit Holman and Mrs. Wal ter J-ooney returned thiB morning from Jefferson, whero thoy spent Thanksgiving. Mrs. B. Newklrk, after visiting her mother visiting her mother, Mra. S. Mosher, left tfila morning for her homo in Portland. ' J. V. Scott and sister, Miss K. B. Scott, wero visiting their brother, Dr. W. B, Scott, yesterday at th3 Sanatorium. They returned thi morning to their homo in Portland, T. H. Haxtard, engineer of the geological survey, of Portland, snent Thanksgiving with relatives in thlW cy.. Bertha Clough, cashier at the Whlto Corner, arrived thla morals from Portland, whero ske siumt- enjoyable ThanksgtvlH. . W. P. irasd returswd to To givo posltivo homo tcstinoii . evorj- locnljty Is of Itself unanwml iroot oi mem: but when w iMJ this tho continued endorsement in peoplo who tes'ificd yoars ago njerl donco can bo stronger. A Salem tlta 0atofully acknowledges the gtoJi ceived from Donn's Kidney Pilli, i:l whon timo has tested tho cure we I tho samo hoarty endorsement, witiiil cu enthusiasm and continued pn Cases of this kind nro plentiful hi wor.'k xt Doan's Kldnoy Plll,ni a rocord is uninuo in the anailM medicine. M Jacob B. McCoy, xotired, llriip Capitnl stroot, beyond Mill CtnI,! lom, 0-., says: "Thcro has Uti roneon for mo to chflngo my good I ion of Donn's Kidnev Pi'ls wild expressed through our pajicw M years ago. I procured tho remM Dr. Stono'a drug stort at tht and recoivod tho most cratifjitfi suits from its use. I wa ttllmi'- kldnoy complaint of several jwij stflnding. Tho principal pf'3 wero in connections wl'h the W secretions and nny strain or oxtran tiou often caused hemorrhage n '- kidneys. Nothing I had found H' way of medlclno cavo mo any u-t tory rollof until I got Doan'i & Pills. Thoy gavo mo nompt aw1 Inc benefit. I luive recommendri ever sinco when occasion has trl"1! For salo by all dcaWs, Pi' 5j Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Ive ' solo ngens for the Un.ted State. Remember the name Doan t take no other. DELEGATES TO Fl'GBXB. Shippers Will Meet in College I" ro Discuss Car Shorta. A congress of shippers of tb lnmftttn vnllov will bo held at E December 5th. to tako action l tnril in ar ohnrt&CO ItL th ley, and to try to obtain relij somo way. The saiem w.- Club will send the follows gaies: itusseu wnuu. - i Ipirl W. T. Tlllson. H. S. 0WM .! t AAnmnuaj -- llOBllUOn, UQlim Maw.-- - fark, L. K. Pag, T- B. Kr F. ventworth. M oner to Low THOMA8 Ovr Ladd & Bush's Biak, 8J Nonrleli Vnkm F wee SocktY Trftak Meredith, Re! OSw wltk Wsa. Brow 128 Oemwell Street. C MftilMd Vfttil fttttr tha xautlA v- v ."" rT NEW TODAl ti Cf K Fore SJe A good llek ?1 quire at 166 Miller Bales. tr IV HORN. HOLWM. At the 2f JJ Court ixxz- "T Oil 19 IMWH WMt H Ol, Mt Ul K ki8 Sft4aard ai tk tu... i.. , ...." "ft " " - --i w. mem numa in iamkIIU a . S3, !. - l.t BU "" nmmZ Jmun -Jrtj. M. Tiff WAW.