j Opa House
F ooiU)HAV, Manager.
JRDAY, DEC. 20
Us LEADING TRAGEDIAN
Lncrlor Company in u Mnjes-
nerlrnl of SliiiKcspeare's
.1 kq $1.00,' 75c and 50c.
Leats bocin Saturday. 9 a. m.
at UOX OIUCH.
PAILT CAPITAL JQUnXAL, SALEM,
iiirj Opera Hotise
IjNO. r wnunn,i ui
JONDAY, DEC. 3 J
j. R. STIRLING
eti the Artistic Comedienne
i tie Characteristic
WAV A PLOT
knrosE op sense
wr Wending of Fun and Ear-
nnt Full of Laughs.
IfMtornl Comedy lilt. New and
Ubl Scenery. New Music. Xew
L time! Last chance to see the
i "SnaUeiitlne Ranee."
Ich 25c, 50c 7Gc and $1.00.
I alt at box ofllco Monday 9 a. ra
J. A. COOPER
I Dark Nights
HtDAV MATINEE 2:il0 P. M.
HOURS OP SKATING.
(orniuBs 10 to 12. Afternoon
'J to 5 Evenings 7:80 to 10.
1 die morning no admission will
be cUrgcd. In the afternoon
i ladles and Children (under 1 I)
pr Competent Instructors at all
im fact everything in the lino of
nablo holiday goods and dell-
es may bo found in stock at our
e Don't overlook.
miNGTON HALL COFFEE
pfre us a call and be convinced of
' 'uperiorlty of our service.
H. M. Branson
Said to Pave Raked in
A Capital Commission Co
mpany Employe Placed
onimoy. sathiiiay. iihi'ksiiikii mi, iooo
Shows He Has Speak
ership Well in Hand
Beleives He Has More Than
Enough to Land the Prize
Upon tolographlc Information from
Sheriff Smith, of Seattle, Sheriff Cul
ver and Deputy Sheriff Mlnto placed
under arrest John v wiwn.n.
proprietor of the Capital Commission
company, upon the charge of making
false statements of tho assets of the
National Brokerage company, of
Seattle, for the purposo of swindle.
Mr. Wentworth was taken before
Justice of tho Poaco Webster where
n fugltivo warrant was sworn out by
Sheriff Culver, and, upon Ids mak
ing a deposit of $150 covered by his
personal check, for his appearance
In court Tuesday morning at 10
o'clock, ho was released and returned
to his npartmonts In tho Wlllametto
Mr. Wentworth, In an interview
with The Journal reporter, admitted
having been idontlflod with the
company accused of swindling dlvors
pnrtlos out of money nggrogatlng an
nllogos amount of $50,000 in Ore
gon and Washington, of which be
was vice president, but bo disclaims
any positive knowledgo of Its illogal
dealings. Ho Intonds to fight the
enso to tho bitter end ,to establish
his innoconco in connection with tho
"Tills proceeding," said Mr. Wont
worth, whon scon in bis apartments
tit the Wlllametto hotol last evening,
"cortnlnly como as a groat surprlBO
and about all I can sny Is that It
looks to mo llko a rank squooze.
"In Mar of this year I answorod
nn ndvortlsomont of tho National
Brokerngo company, of Sonttle, for
n partner nnd upon the representa
tions of Morohnnt and HlUlgnrd
took out ?2,500 In stock. 1 came
to Portland at onco nnd opened up
a branch bouse on Front street and
conducted the business for three
"I frequently wrote for statements
of the financial statue of the Institu
tion and, receiving none, I Anally
wrote Mr. Merchant, the secretary,
and told him I was "' satisfied with
tbe associations way of doing busi
ness nnd wanted to get out of It.
Mr Merchant told me he would
dud somebody to relieve me of my
holdings and. sometime later In
formed me he had proeured a pur
chaser named A. II. Adams. I ra
celved $1,300 in omIi d "
for ?200 from Mr. Merchant. Later
Mr. Adams gave me lilt note, pay
able in CO days, for $500. wb ch I
.till have in my possession, ami Mr.
Merchant tendered me a ea.l I.
check for $900. which was later
turned the Portland business
and my stock, although I have never
orally transferred the Utter m
which I have been oonduotlnK ever
alnee five months ago.
""?. .v.r - ""'
m., directly Irom 8r. '
Secretar M ,fl ,7,000.
'iTtb. toil .M.I- ' 9'8
?havi never made a statement to
I hae ne financial
WL of Soc.at.on. There
standing or u . .
MrJdliV to recover 18.000
mm, Mr Adapu asked me to
whlcn wr. uu" , have no
fiolnc to .TamcMotm.
S .r will leave Monday
rox Turner win wUr
evening for NorM' "". P. B.
Davidson, of the exp0sl. ,
missions ai i Turner did
Hon next "; ? awI Clark
similar work at the Le
Tho Texas Wonder.
an .. Mdder and
Cures all aBC'"h--n drug-
BUn'fo ii Dr". W V. 2"6
mall for I. "- r .; - gend
Oilvo street. . gUm,.fl
tor testimonials Sow .7
With nve of the 12 Multnomah
county house dolo-ntes to tho com
Ing legislature pledgod to his sup
Port, backed up by nt least 30 mom-
linra nt ffir. In....... i ..
w wi u iuor urnncu oi tuo as
sembly, also pledged to his support
for the speakership, thoro scorns no
question of doubt ai to the success
of tbe candidacy of Frank J. Davoy,
of this county for that onerous of
fice during the coming sosslon of the
legislature. It only takes 30 votes
to elect tho speaker of tho approach
ing session, yet Mr. Davoy claims to
havo at least 35 pledged to his sup
port and he feels confident that ho
will win out upon the first ballot In
the Republican caucus.
This taken tosothor with tho
claims of Senntor Haines, of Wash
ington county, thnt ho has as least
15 votos plodsod to his support for
tho prosldoncy of tho sonnto, when
It only tnkos 13 to elect, would np
poar to set aside all doubt of an
onrly organization of tho assembly
and that body should got down to a
practical working hasls upon tho
very first day of tho session, which
will bo somothlnz out of tho ordi
Mr. Davoy says that, as a result
of a vory recent caucus of sovoral
mombors of tho Multnomah count'
dologntlon, five of tho mombors of
the hou declared tholr Intontlon
of supporting him for tho Bpenkor-
shlp which action practically cinched
his chancos for occupnncy of tho
much-covotod "liluh chair" of the
lower branch. Thoso flvo said to
havo announced tholr support to Mr.
Davoy aro Heprosontntlves Adams,
Burns. Ilnyer, CofToy and Drlscoll
nnd Mr. Davoy thinks be will possibly
get two more oi mo """"
Aside from theae Mr. Davey an
nounces that be has been fioiUlrely
assured of the support of the three
delegates from Lane ceunty: two
from three from I.lnn; one from
Coes: one from Croek: two from
Yamhill: positively two and posaluly
three from Clackamas: one from
Baker; one from Malheur; one from
Wallewa: three from Umatilla: two
from Sherman. Ollllam and Wheeler:
five from Marlen: one from Colum-bla-
one from Wasco, and one from
a,;nn maklnit him an abeolut
Soon Be In Session
And you'll want to fee at yout
beste Come hete and let ts fix
you otit in one of out stylish
Stiits o CVCoats
PRICES $ J 0.00 TO $25,001
Th Haui of Kuponhlmr
Salem Woolen Mill
New Year Now
We are always prepared for any
occasion and our line of stock Is
just as sood and alwoet as com
plete a It was for Christmas.
At the Same Old Stand.
A. L. Harvey's
Cor. Court and High Sts., Salem.
I'hoiio 5110 Main.
total of 33 votos In the cnucus,
three more tlinn necessary.
Asldo from this Mr. Davoy has
reason td bollovo thnt ho will got
the two mombors from Clatsop; ouo
from Douglas; one from Curry; threo
from Washington and ono from Till
nmook counties, nil of which ho does
not lav positive claim to nnd which
would put him high and dry out of
nil reasonable doubt of oloctlon and
ho feels morally certain of election.
"Of course." said Mr. Davey,
"thoro Is ninny n slip twlxt tho cup
nnd the Up' all of which I fully ronl
Uo, but 1 havo sont out pursonnl lot
tors of inquiry to nil of thoso who
had provlously plodged tholr support
to mo orally nnd In ovary enso, I
miL.iit nv. 1 have reoalved tholr pos
itively promise ovor tholr slgnnturoH
to vote for mo for tho sponuorsinp.
Therefore, I beliovo thnt I havo rea
son to feel morally certain oi suc
cess In iffy candldnoy."
Xcvv Curo for Kpllcpsy.
J. B. Watoruinn, of Watortow n,
... i... int..
O., ruralfroo dolivery, wruw.
daughter, nflllcted for years wun
epilepsy, waB cured by Dr. King's
Now Life Pills. She baa not hod on
attack for over two years." Best
body cleftMrs and life giving tonic
pills on arth: J5e at J. C. Perry's
. -o- '
Ilrldst All HlubU
Hoadmaater McCorkle. rwrsoant-
Ing the Marlon county eourt and
Cominlsaloners Klllew and Lewellen,
f rianlinnins county. Inspeoted tho
joint bridge over Ilutlo oreek yoster-
day on the road leaiunjj irom c.m
Mills to Wllbolt springs. The bridge
was built by the two oountlea nt a
cost of 11.300 and was pronounced
.atlsfactory by tho Hentiemen w
Long Teimessco l'lght.
For 20 yearn W. h. Bawls of Bolls,
Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He
writes: "Tho Bwolllng and soronoss
Insldo my noso was fearful, till I be
gan applying Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
to tho soro surface; this caused the
6orenea nnd swelling to disappear,
never to return." Beet salvo In ex
Istonoe; 25o at J. C.Perry's druggist.
Pentacostal Outpouring of
Unknown Tonuues at Pas
senger Station This
"Miuk-a-lml; iniuk-a.in( hoiimtlo
This and moro too. foil from tho
lips of Brother Solkeld at tho pns
sougur station this morning. As bo
concluded his remarks which ho said
wore words direct from tho Holy
Ohost In unknown tongues, "Wo
shall nnd tho Heathen" was sung
by Sister Wiley In her own peoullar.
way. A twelve foot ring was formud
and lot of wlerd lnonntatlons woro
Indulged In for a few momsntfl.
All this was lu hoHor ut the de
parture of Sister Crawford, who left
this morulHK for her home In I.oti
AnsreJee. Ulster Crawford has for
the past twu weeks been HMlsUng Mr
Ryan and tbe other I'entaoostnl
MrV.r. Ill UlS "TOIIKUWS Of llrH
meeUngs at tbe nilwlon on Twelfth
street. In ooinuany with her little
daughter, alio has none back to tho
Azuzu street nilwlon.
Slater Crawford bos gone. Ulster
Olaseo has gone. Sister Crawford's
little girl has gone This leave only
Brother Holkeld, star Interpreter of
the writing of tbe Holy Spirit, Blstor
wiiev. tbe Kreat poetess nnd com-
...r nrniher Williams, tho pulo
nnd listless proplicit nnd tho local
talent of moro or less ability,
Mr Itvnn it oca not Intend to close
tho meetings by any manner of
menus nnd nightly sonnces will bo
hold ns long as unknown messages
aro tuMidod down.
o . ....
, William Mnfticy HoblK'd.
William Mnssoy, of I.nko I.ablsh,
returned homo from town having l
IAA I.. .u.at. I. Itltf l.iiM.n,. Iirintnf J
fUV III VWBM ,11 .III. IIUII.VIH fwvw.
Ho ohnngud clothes nnd put on his
working garments, but did not ro
iiiovo the monoy from tho pockots.
In tho brond day llsilit, xoou after
wnrds, soma unKnown tnioi onioreu ?
iiiu iiiiunv, aiuiu ii uivn
tho $00. Tho thtot was consldoratu
onough to leave tho trousers In Mr,
l-'rom out tho ashes of tho pusl,
Sho looms n wondrous sun,
And all tho splondors of hor worth
(.- Aro only Just beg""! Hocky Moun
Dr. Btono'a BtorCj,
'g of L
Vote Tax Dtmii.
There wna a mass
vntura nf lha 1'rlllslM,
lu MnrntHlMUfh, VOfl&rday OJ, l,,Vlf"
to wmslder lV4'llw,!ulor A
lug h sperlal ST til ' nt vrctS
,.,.r,UUM ovr nuy v .. r. h
nresent. nml uiioMi ,0"' . bo TvE
. k ..lUltUM ...a
Dftvldson that tUeiTL-.u('
.,.1....Ia Iri n talA Vl -. (hl
l "'' ,w
wns killed Uy a vet'
or tbe rolil tax, n
It's the natural f(
body. sdenUfioolly c
any other medlot
Hooky Mountain Tu
lots. 38 cents. Dr. h.
o A. t& 1 -3 o. -C A-
r..- nrj'tral Dpoartmcnt
V7UI Wlrv" -r-
Will resume Us normal condl
tlon asaln. and tho best of atten
,on will be given those who need
ourrv.cs. We are equipped
with tbe latest Instruments for
tasting the eye., and our prl.ea
are tbe most reasonable.
Chas. H. Hinges.
Graduate Ophq .
The best and most reliable
mt on tbe market. If you
bav. any trouble making
bread we advise you to try
Wo are sole agent for It. and
make It a point to always ko
it frt-fb. One cake and a tick
et for S eente.
efYP A KICKS
Fresh shipment of Nva! Jtf(f'
Largest and finest stock U th
Best quality of Baldwla-i j
five tier sixes.
FIGS AND DATES
Best Erfeeyly washed fMrff .
market afford Dates V-
ALL KINDS OF N
Prices always right? servK
430 BUte Bt.
410 State Street
J 75 Commercial S.
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