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t uV TOXIflUT AND SUNDAY. :Sffll' TONIGHT AND 8ATU1M)1)AY. W irV A fa "-". -, WANTED YOUH AD-IS NEW YI5 MS CAPITAL JOURNAL. DAILY CAPITAL JOUBNAL. roL.xvi. SVU1M, OREGON, KATUUUV, DKCKMIIUU 0, 1000 NO. ttto. TAFT WILL TAKE THE NOMINATION JAPANESE REDS THREATEN THE PRESIDENT AFT WILL NOT REFUSE r The Nomination For the Presidency A Yery Diplrmatic Statement From a Candidate Washington, Dec. 29. Secretary Tnft tills morning snid thoro wore assuring roDorts of Cuba from Ma goon and no dancer of n gonornl up rising. Tho provisional govornmont of this country is ostnbllshcd and will contlnuo It s functions peace ably. Tnft forced by reports says: "My nmbition is not political. I am not seeking tho presidential nom ination nnd do not expect to bo n candidnto becnuso I am unavailable, but I am not foolish enough to say I would refuse In event a great im probability, becnuso I would not de cline tho nomination." At Home of Tnft. Columbus, O.. Dec. 29. Roose velt supporters in this city say they know thnt Tnft will run for presi dent. Thoy say tho fight Foraker has mndo on tho President is respon sible for Taf t's announcement at this time. Tho Roosovolt-Tnft leaders oxnroaa rnnflilnnco In his ability to clean up Foraker and Dick nt Hip1 same time at the coming contest. Thoy say either Foraker will lose all his political offices or surrondor the Ohio donation to Taft and beg for tonus by which ho will bo allowed n rc-elcctlon to the sonate. Thav anv Taft is certain to carry the stato for tho presidency. ' o American Weds French Marquis. Providence, It. I., Dec. 29. Tho marriage took placo hero today of Miss Madeline Ives Qoddard, daugh ter of Colonel and Mrs. Robert H. Ives Goddard, and the Marquis Rene d'Andlgno of Paris. Tho marriage, which wns a seml-prlvnto one, was solemnized nt the residence of the bride's parents, Hopeton house. This wns duo to tho fact that the marquis Is in mourning. Amongst thoso who wero present nt th'o ceremony woro President Fnunce of Drown univer sity, Col. William Qoddard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ivos Gnmmol, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Parsons Gross. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Penrco. Mr. and Mrs Stophon 0. Motcnlf. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Druco Merrlmnn. Mrs. John Carter Drown, Mr. Thoodoro F. Green, and Miss Holon Cnmpboll. Miss Goddard, tho handsome bride. Is n cnpnblo mnoioinn nnd dovolod to athletic sports and cross country riding. Tho marquis is tho scion of nn ancient nnd distinguished Fronch family. WOMAN CLAIMS FORTUNE Says Railroad Manager Mar ried Three Times WILD W1ERD THREATS ANTHONY COMSTCK REMAINS Coming ImluMiT "' VnltvCl S,n,w Washington, Dec. 29. Stntistlce just published show that there arc upwards of 2.0UU cairn. . -United States. Last year 1,2000,- 000,000 tin cans wero ff ta,co.tofn..rl,M00,000.:uno tho industry is rapiuiy bit""-""- n .J urui'iur, .miss., lhjc. -u. .iub. Rose Finn, of Dlrohburg. today ro;- talnod counsol to show locality of her claim to tho fortune of John Finn, who died in l.os Angolos No? . vcmuor 21. nnd wno wns n mnnago of tho Southern Pnclllc nt tho tlnv of his death. Tho woman claim Tl.... -1 ............t I.ah ..., .I.Hnn J.1.II.1 ttA ' ruin uinoriuu nor mm iiucu uimuiuu 20 years ngo, and wont wost. Slip says four yoars ago she found hop husbnnd at n railroad convention In Snn Francisco nnd lenrned of his high position nnd that he wna mar rled twice In the west without soouff Ing a divorce from her. Mrs. Finn hns Just learned of her husband' death. i o WICKED PAPER MAN y-w r-. wxr I cfnriiififl I 3IUKL cmam PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT .. rr i.-tvrm OF GOODS i u--SUITS, BOMESTICS. TA1H.K . MX. COURTS. ,,,, . " T w sax "'1,B ,"Vs n WEAK, VO WKAI;,XG Al'PABItt. USEFUL .ARTICLES OI ALL REDUCED TO SUCH LOW PRICES iv avd surriiV anoAGOSTCE. " tiae ENOUGH TO 3AKE IT rASTB8T GROWrXO STOKE. Who Is Pursuing Anlnnoceat Old millionaire Snn FrnnclRCo, Dec. 29. Geo. Win Hold, n multl-inllllonnlre .ovnun minn owner , in a atntoment this morning, replying to tho statement ,.,a.i, hv Mrs. Darlck. who claims to i, ilia common-law wlfo nnd who Is trying to force n settlement from him lays the ontlre mutter I me reemv r Mineulracr on the pnrt of n local newspaper publisher. claims that the woman wns given n mrge sum . tell the story ehe did. He offer $20,000 to anyone proving his mar riage to the woman, and declare the publlshor has been hounding him for year. n Killed Kostctr .Mottirr. St. Helons. Oro.. Dee. SO.Uert Holmnn, nged 13, this morning oon- - i tiia murder of his fewrter moth- 9T, mm. Sarah Ayre near Warren let nlghU as revenge ior .......... .. Ila yl.nt llrtT thrOUgh th hBlI with o fine. The youth was adopted from the noy and aim aiu .. of Portland. -TT ' "" Ittmo Uarlxtr Arrtrntwl. Ilono. Nev.. Doc. .-Thoras Convay. barber has been arrwtel 3 with tho complicity in the Sit of a treasure box from tho WolW-Pargo at the depot In this city ,t week. Police haie also riMJ Jli tho box but the treasure is itll! mMlng To Do Up the Riders of Tw Great Nations Snn FrnnoUco. Dec. 29. The board of education this morning re ceived a marked copy of a Japanese rovolutlonnry nowupnper publlshod nt Itorkeloy. In which tho ntwnsslnn tlon of Roosevelt Is advocated. It says: "Our policy Is toward tho overthrow of the mikado nnd tltn preeldent, ns representing the capi talist clnsi KB soon as uoeolblo. and we don't heltnte as to the means. Tho board determined to plnoe the matters In the hands of the postnl authorities. WALLS CRUSH WORKERS San Francisco. Doc. 29. Five In borers wero Injured, two probably fatally, by tho falling of n wall nt Pine and llattory. The won wore working upon foundation of wall when without warning, a hugo mas of brick nnd stone foil upon thorn, 'burying Iwo. und partially envelop ing tho others. o ' Whs Well Atlrmli'tl. a fnir.uiru.1 nnd lil-hlv nnprealn tivo audience greeted Rev. Tliamaii l AUItynn nt IWmtOIl. nt tllC Ulllty VI l IIBWIlp " .... - -.-w ' ohuroh last evening, to listen to tho ilrst of hl wrlM of nilllnKs' loc- ' ..,,- n UnltHrlaslwu. Rev. Wilson ' Is u foroefnl and convincing speaker and held hie audience In rant atten- 1 tlun for nearly two hour during lita dlscnurM of the ulJct. "Mletorlcal huiI Organlwl Uttar1aiitow." Rev. I . ...an ....l. ttia riiL'lllnr MOr wiwon win yi " -- mon nt the Unitarian church nt 1 1 o'clock tomorrow inurum 7:30 in the evenlM will deliver an other of hl leeturea apon the aub juot of Unltwtaalaw. All who mm should not fall to il then.wJvj of thlB opportaHlty to Wear Rv. Wl- son speak. To Keep Obscene Matter Out of the Mails GANS HERMAN BATTDi Washington. Dee. 29. Chief In spector Vlckors, of the postotllco do- imrmiuiu snyn innro is uo irmn in tho roport thnt Anthony ConistocJ; wns dtsuhnreed. Ho nays tho stu dents uomplnlned of htm, tho com plaints woro InvoRttgntod nnd It wu found thnt Comstock was discharg ing his duttea faithfully, and thnt he will remain to koeu the malls ns free an possible from prohibited matter. - Tononnh. Doc. 29 With tha RafflS Hurmnnn light hut thrco dnyaW litilli l.fel,i.,t.it m ImfnO nnitAiiuit.il v..t i, ihvii'.iii, viij miuminvtw their condition as pnrfect. Oh-m weighed 132 H this uiornlng. "ll man Is slightly heavier hut will east ly mako weight. Tqok ununl Jog pa mud this mornlns. Genera) tioRotlff fight will end before fifteenth roUH4! Honnnun's mnnnaer says tho b tittle will not ho ovor 20, nnd thnt He maun will win. -o- Orc-go,, to HaGt tannery. Prwater. Or.. Dec M.-AI jr rangomonts were completed her o to dly for the formation of a fruit and ve etab,e canning -ja " v will have a capacity of 30,e80 ,mD.yna day nuitedthatln can8P.?.r.',n.Vvear over 0.0i0 --i-rJSJ: waste owing u w " r" faellltlw undigested food and g In the bine for a fow day. u bo all right. COcaboiue. - D. J. Fry qrng WIV- ItiitnliiH Itmloi llnc The ICadee place, containing l ncree In thU eltr ar the cemetery Is la the haHde of the elate and has i. ...iviu.i4ul for Mtle by the ktntr land hoard and the bids were opvnwl yeetenlay. Only ewe Wd was re colvel and that named a price of f0.e per acre. The board uuciueu that the land la worth wore than that price and will U " be for sale later. . o IteMUMl Mmr In n'l I'tMiinnd. Hakersfleld. Cal.. Doc. 29. -liicai, U,e real ar. today receive two propwaU of marriage, both from southern California. He ro fused to divulge tho names, and says t.- ....,!. iniikinir for the writers wheu he complete his theatrical tor. o Will Hturt MucJilm-ry. Willis S. Daalway. the Jncomlng tat prlntor has competed the In- etallaUoa of oao of his now pro .. .i.n ,.,jivi iurt.nr has been at- ...vi ti. ehlHHO- will be atarted thh. afterawn for the pur pose of twtlng It. Xii Itallrtmd Htrllif. uiiiWRO. use. an. .mi prooauiuiy of n ttrlku of the uifluUra of the Urolherhood of Firemen nnd llngl n Mrs west of the Mltwlselppl was perhaiR swept away this afternoon when the llurltngtou prnottoally iiKreed to grant aubstantlnl conces sions. G. W. Datum, chnlrman of the genoml commlltoo, nppolntcd by the union said: "ino uuriingtop hiu promised a oonoessou whlph f grnntod, monm no strike. "Bcttlo munt Is In sight." It ! understood all ronds have agrewl to accept the torma upon whloh any ono road would adjust tho differences. o ' Colored Thmijih Murtlcrotl. Fort Worth. Tox., Dee. 29. Bpc otal Commlssonor Purdy has secured ullldnvlts of twenty wltnejitoe already who say the nesro soldlttra shooting Into Ilrownsvlllo houses. Ho hns found a numhor of wltnowos who aw tho wldlers lent the walls of the fort, and run directly Into tho town. -o-" lliirii llrlckynnl, Dover. N. II. Dee 29. Robbers attacked the bookkeeper. Chnrlw riniiiiiiwulthe. of Flih llro. brlok- yards, ftud It Is thought killed him. The lanlted the plant, wmon was burned, low 1800.000. GoldthWHlte escaped. fT Idatio Mining Ciliiif. Ilnlso, Doc, 29. Harry Orchard, who oonfowed to tho nssaselnatlon of Former Governor Btounonborg. was taken to Galdwoll this moriiing. appearing before district court. His ottso was continued for a term. ... . O"' ' Htoru-Kong. A mnrriage Hoense wus Iwued this .i. i.v founty Clerk Allan to Samuel Btoru. of Drownsvllle. aged 20. and Mbw Umnia II "ong. i b-( verton. ngel J. -: 'Virginia" nt tho Kllngcr-Ggl The Coopor-Ilelmour companyfaro playing to good housoa this WiiqR the ICIIngor'Grnnd. "VlrglnlaJIai lireMitteil by Mr. llolmour rtnulhtft nlayerB Is an Interesting story1 'which win appeal to inu sympninies oisrii flnilfrnv Mnlttinw n ".tfin' unit Hilda Grahnm as -Virginia", wfnfuyl hearts of the audience WhlUyMUi Mlnnlo aerschel. ns "Aunt and Fred Holtati ns "Jim" the production with ijttulut dn wit. k llnrry llolmour ns Captain FSjrreJ nnd Carl Ulnkloy ns Colonel mm present their parts in their usua strong and unefloclcd stylo, -ffi Tho orchustrn under tho dlrccuo of Miss I.ula Tnrploy ronderliiRiK muslral programs nnd Is o.ult drawing card for tho thvaturrf Carl'dUnkley will slng'n vocal solo next week and this li..r. In tliu itllluilicnt Of ft JuUr rmw.i-iir wtm lionrd him rchca: will be worth the price of ndiriuwti n.utiiii Hnlt'iii Mnwmlc .Vrwe. . Rnolfto lodgo No. B0, and in.iim Vn A. A V and A. M. held I1MIH - - -.,--- - :W lomt Installation of afflcwra fh ,iv niiit. Dr. J. A. Hunan wna the proMhling oftlser. Miit, eerenionlen n splendid sundr iuirvl. " i ii. fnlav Pnlniunndurr NO. StJil t l.ttll Miulr nliKltllin Of offlcCtsTs evening, after which Grand C laaador Geirgo II. Hurntt dulyr Mtnlled them. a follows A. ... . IJ. II. Ilaw, (1 llrDWIl .' nieiuer, a. v. , -" ?, I, a 1. Pan r dft. C. O.: Gh. At4tS i i a. K. Htrang. 8. W. J. 8. i ..i i w : J. II. Albert. IfCAW. hi... - " -. - -- .rif?? u i 'Puriiur. rettordvr. U. IU HIM a! II.: J. I Bweoiiey. B. W. NApSE Wnrimr, warder, and Henry Be niakor, watlnel. r Hrhool MwGiig. w....niiuir iii allonil til. Mhuol mating at the B1W nohool at 7 30 ' "aiureay lug. &tm - ie MMMjjMMgjMMMaBMajpjSjSjeSJSSSSSSSSSSSS w& M I Diamond Ring ON NEW YEAR'S DAY mmimmmm''Z!mim'mmmam"Wmml M 1 COOK Hi- I. F. fionta Fe Indictment. Lo. Angeles. Dec 29-Th foder al grand Jry ha. tot a batch of U ieHeved that not only U ito eor"f pany Involved but a number at local officials and oltlicna as well. Entertained Class. ti r.hmm eatertaiaed the Wfeo is going to get K, U the -which is Interesting so many pcof fe torfy. It is going to one of Dr Wright's tkts, and If you arc not among the mUh tetter bwrry to his olilce ani get so tf- The ring cost $25 and Way wlfl W the last tiay for coapoas. f: ' Dr. B. E. Wright,3ii - nx vmi: a.M.te8f.'j7,l, i i i n gAIM' Til v ia rinERTY 8TKEKT, VB,.--- .t.t.OLD . f hor Suaday sehool clas Masdays: 10 . . 13 " rrZ nfrnrvrs. FOR AXY McEYOY BROSM lag and tha affair v ot en ? A;Vr. OW ML COO. iMTinn able, i,, c6wfjrATo