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DAHiT CAP! TAL JOURNAL, SALTCM, OHKGON. TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1007.
a TOMORROW ONLY For Wednesday only -wo offer a lino of Special bargain day No. 330. PEARL BUTTONS That noil everywhere at 5c dozen. Coming at this time, during making tip season, they aro the moBt oppor tune, ns It enables you to lay In a supply at Just half regular prlcos. Nono sold until 8:30 a. in. Wednes day. No tolcphono orders will be received. 2 DOZEN 5c CURRENT TOPICS TODAY Prepared for the Public Schools nnd the Family Circle. Spring Jackets In pretty Btrlpos, chocks nnd SG.OO values ff O Q Q mixtures. ' 4 7 Salts and Coats In plnln colors plaids, nnd checks. Prlcos LKSS rnngo from $15.00 to ONH $3G.OO. Special during FOURTH this sale I DRESS GOODS NKW DRESS GOODS UNDKR. I'JUGKI). The opportunity to solect Just tho color of pattern or wcavo doalred appeals strongly to ovory woman. Hero's tho oppertunity: Novelty suitings In plaids and checks In nil deslrnblo Bhndes. 50 and G5o Qr Vnlucs. Special vl 7C Jap silks In pretty plaids and checks, in niack, Bluo, Red nnd Green 00c nnd 15c values Spcclnl , 39. WASH GOODS The most comploto shbwlug In this city, and prlcos most reason- nhlo. Mnrguorlto orgnudlos, 27 lnoho? wldo In dainty d8lgus In wanted colors Good Clothes Fo Spring Wear Isn't thoro some satisfaction In knowing thnt your suit is abso lutely all wooll It will give bet tor satisfaction, wear better, hold its shapo bettor, look bettor, and Is better thnn mercerized cotton goods. Wo keep tho better sort In a full rnngo of sizes and In tho nowest cuts, colors and pnitorns. X'rices aro quite rea sonable. HOSIERY "Ony." hoslory nppoals to all lov ers of flno hoBlory who vnlue jauty of design, durability, elasticity. Sultablo for all occn BlonB. Thoy como In all tho new spring shndos, In plnln, lnco, cm broldorod in all tho now designs. Your tnsto and purso enn bo satis fied from this fine collection of deslrnblo hoslory. 25c, to $3 I 39c Voile floral and pretty siiltliiKH i!7 Inches wldo In checks and plaids A f now shades,. w DRESS SHIELDS Tho colobrntod "Omo" Zouave. Absolutoly lmpcivious, positively odorless, freo from all poisonous substances, and will not irritate tho most dollcato skin. Contains no rubbor, can be wnshod. An Ideal hot woathor shlold, Invls lblo when worn with thin slcovos. Specially duolKuod for summur shirt wnlsts. . 50c ULu 1 -VAJa..MMl. eu&lA 6 A tNCOFFOf?ATD CITY NEWS A Collect Ion of Important I'ait ttmphs for Your CoiinMtmIIoii. Jlocolvi lnrg( loathe Tho local olactrlc light company received n largo throadlng latho yos tordny from Portland. Tho machine will bo untd In tho car shops lioro. Tomorrow Morning- A May morning hruakfu.t will lit served by tho Y. V. C. A. on tho University cumpiiM, from 0:110 to 0:30 a. m. All Hurts of good things to Rt Proceeds for (3arhnrt fund. Do You Wlhh To bo fraud from morphine or liquor habit? Onll at 871 South Church street or phone f0S. Dr. I). 11. Orlffln. l-80-St MMHlHIMWilwailMlttlMMiMHI tho entrance of a person, but Mr. Mosher, upon arriving nt his place of business this morning, found every thing In Its plnco within tho parlorh. It Is thought that damngo was dono by some ono falling ngnlust the pnno. I't There R Mght Tho city oIHcoih arrested two boys Sunday ovoulng for riding t hair bi cycle without lights. Tho boys woro fined VJ.r.0 oaeh. To Cut Up Library. 1). I). Near, a Portland nrohltoct, Mima up today to consult with tho Statu Hoard of Capital Uuildlng CommlMlonors about cutting up thu old Htato library room Into commit too rooms. Final Account Appiovcd - Tho final account of Hltzaboth P. Murphy, oxuoutrlx of tho OHtato of Stephen T. Ohuroh, doaasod, has huou approved. By a bomb explosion tho president of tho Guatemalan republic was in jured and nn attache and coachman killed. A commltteo of tho Illinois senate has decided to roport favorably a two-cent faro bill. International labor day will be celebrated May 1st In every large center of population In tho world. Meetings nnd parados will be held everywhere. Prof. Graham Bell, the Inventor of tho telephone, says it will not bo long before nlrshlps will bo taking peoplo across tho Atlantic In 20 hours. Tho next American congress will bo asked to buy tho Isle of Pines. An emphatic statement was mndo In tho Gorman relchstng today by Von Buolow thnt Germany will not discuss disarmament at Tho Haguq. Ono of the governors and chief of police of Montenegro wero shot. Submarine bonts at Newport, R. I., aro rb undergo tho test of remaining 24 hours under wntcr. Tho Salt Lake City streetcar strike has been settled by yielding all thnt tho men demanded. Tho British steamer Thornhlll, bound for Rio Jnnclro, wns burned nt sen, and tho crow perished. Tho Ruef Jury nt San Francisco hns now nlno mon, secured in two months, it mny take another month to got tho othor tlirco. A diamond mlno In South Africa Is reported to hnvo paid $2,000,000 dividends tho past year on $-10,000 cnpltal. Injury to the fruit crop In the Wnlla Walla district by frost is esti mated at half a million dollars. State News CHESTERFIELD Psychic Palmist and Clairvoyant My only reason for calling you by name and what you call for Is Inci dentally a chain to read by;. what is moro impor tant to serious peoplo 13 what to do, or what to expect regarding present or future affairs. If you are ambitious, if you wish to bo a success; if you aro involved In any unhappy love nffalr, or If you dosiro to better your financial condition; if you are in doubt con corning your future and wish to at tain that BUbtlo, potent, magnetic force, that seductive, attractive per sonal charm so irroslstablo in its power to domlnnto and control oth ers, then go at onco and consult with Prof. Chesterfield; ho is ever ready to help thoso with capital to find a snfo and good paying invest ment; this ho can do and ask no foe until tho Investment pays a hnnd sotno profit. Is this not honest? You hear tho truth and nothing but tho truth. Grentost living nDtral dead-tranco clairvoyant of tho ngo; advisor on business and nil affairs of Ufo; tolls your full namo and what you called for, whom you will marry, how to control tho ono you love, oven though miles away; reunites tho separated; gives secret power to control; no long delays In waiting. In Snlom ono week only. Special low fco all' this week. Parlors 4C0 Stlito street Hughes block. Ofllco hours 0 a. m. to 0 p. m. Dally nnd Sunday. IIS THE OXIA BICYCLE MADE IX winm THE CRANK HAXGER Rl tWsTAxW-1,8 "MBlta ISO SUFFICIENT OIL PUT IX WIlExHm,1!011?,? MLKI) TO LAST FOR 10,000 MILKS TIIC W,Ett ,, v. .. --, ..... jmau j.jii'j ijit iri.i; ui, R -"" ll I1H rtTTKTi'nrfA """hid. r-jFunv 1 UJN $25 CORNELL $30 YALE $35 I ices Best Woufc at Honest Pi Fanfc J. Moon Don't forget the new No. 447 Court Street Personals for llroko Window Tho show window In the Salam ProBHlng and CLmiIiik Parlor, owned by D. 11 MoHhwr. on Court wtrewt, was last night broken uy soma mi- lows known party. A largo holo wa Hg9,j -- a...a .....!. a . ..,.. ,.i .. nroacn mm womu imvv purmmw , rrntuut, aged IS. J. G. Crnhain act ing ns wltuwM, and Wlnfrod J. Wil son, of Woodbnrn. aged 32 and llurthu J. Wntorbury, of Woodbnrn, ngwi 2fi, Go. W. Wntorbury acting ns wltuoss. LIcciimvs issued County Chirk Allen this morning Issued two marriage lluonsos, as fol- Auguit G. Kufnor, of Salem. 10. nnd Nora 13. Crahnm. of One-Half the World Wear glusaoa, but not half of that half wear tho right glassos. Tho wrong glnssos are often worso than none; thoy aro a constant strain and a permanent Injury to tho eyes. Only scloiitiflo examination can dotonnlno what glisos your eyes rcqulro, you J can't tull by trying ou glasaoa. Ho on thi) safe side; ttclnu give your uyoa carotul examin ation. It doesn't cost anything ho can Askh Custody of Child In tho K. L. Knppnhahn vs. Lena Knppahahn and Antonotto C. llankor, habeas corpus suit, a writ of hnbons corpus was Usuud this morning In tho circuit court, returnable May 10. lot our op. U 007, nt 10 o'clock a. in. Tho pe- Mlllmi f.Ai. lint ...l .,1.. f,.11. ...... .. ..t.u.. iui uiu kiu oum till III 111(11 IHJ iho 3lst day of July, 1H0C, tho do fondnut was divorced from tho putl- oll you Juat what you nood dolaya i Honor, nud nt tho tlmo sho was glv aro dangerous. Our prices aro roa onnble, nnd wo guarautoo eatUfao tlon. 1IKRMAX W. UARR, Optomotlst AT BARR'S JEWELRY STORE Stitc mi Liberty Sts., Skm on tho custody of tho two chlldrou. Chostor nnd Dorothy, but has gross ly noglootod and deserted tho lattor, tho custody of whom tho potltloimr asks, Tho putltionor assorts that tho mother of tho child has been guilty of conducting herself In a lewd and Immoral manner, and Is un able and uutlt to caro for tho said child. Seasldo Is to voto on local option. Tolophono Manager Hurford, of Pendlotou, who has failed to pay his wlfo alimony, us decreed by u court, has boon cited for contempt. John Jones, u plonoer of 1SG2, died nt his homo nt Dayton. Hlllsboro storos mny soil cajuly. but not cigars on Sunday. C. M. Clarke, of Philadelphia, has boon chpsou president of tho General Electric Compnny, of Portland, to succood tho Into H. W. Goodo. Another Iowa Party. A party of thrifty Iowaus, who ox peut to make Salem tholr futuru homo, hns Just arrlvod from Hull, Sioux county. Thoy nro Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II, Sttilubor8, a family of seven: Mr. R. T. Forbos nnd daughtor, Hon rlotta, Win. Forbos nnd John Coru forth nnd family. Thoy will bo fol lowed by Mr. Jonson nnd othors. As old lown acquaintances and neigh bors, Tho Journnl man oxtonds them u hearty wolcomo to Salem, and bo speaks for thorn a satisfactory home making In our lovoly city. Students Will Colebrnto Tomorrow Tho studonts of Wlllnmotte Unl vorslty will tomorrow conduct ap propriate Mayday oxercUos on the 'varsity campus. Tho program wilt contain nn oxoollont break fait, servod by tho young ladlue of the school, a Maypolo drill, to be given at 1? o'clock, and a dinner and vnrloiiH spurts ou the athletic field. In the morning tho young gentlemen of tho school will clean up nnd beautify the cninpus. Tomorrow's oxorclses will doubtlosa provo to be very pleasant for those attondlng, ns woll as a groat bonoflt to tho bchool. Tillamook County Cum. In the supreme court today Till amook County vs. Wilson Rlvor uuuu ijuiupnny, appellant, was re versed. Opinion by Eakln. A number of Multnomah county cases of minor Importances were nbo doolded. Chicago Market. Ghlottgo, April 30. Wheat 79 H (ff 7 S 1i , com 50H(H9&, oats U DIED. HOSS. At tho family homo nt 220-1 l.ee stroot, Salem, Orogon, April 27, 1907, .nftor a llngorlng Ulnoss of several months, Earl C. Hoss, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James B. Hoss, ngod 19 yours and 9 months. Tho body was shlppod to Oregon City this momlug for burial. The funeral services will bo conducted by tho Knights and Lndlos of Security, of whloh tho doooasod wns a member. 'o Iluys Risldonco lroporty A. H. Flshor has purchased tha rosldeuco property of M. I. McCor mlck, on tho corner of Markot and Broadway. Tho consideration was 12300. i Father A. A. Mooro left today Portland on business. Mrs. Hayos, of Portland, Is visit ing her sou, Roy, In this city. Attorney S. L. Richardson wont to Portland this morning on business. Mrs. L. S. Merrltt left this morning for Vnncouvor, Washington, where sho will rosldo. Mrs. W. M. Mclntyro and daughtor loft this morning for a visit In Port land. Juntos Wlllson, tho woll-lutown ronl ostato man, returned today from a buslnoss trip to Brownsville. Mrs. L. C. Jones, of Cnnby, who hns boon ivlsltlng Salem relatives, loft today for Portland to rosldo. L. Ti. Tl'nvnr. nt Pnrtlnnil la In Mm 'city transacting buslnoss nnd visiting frlonds. Mr. and Mrs. Raphaol Bonhnm, of Portlnnd, nro visiting Snlom rola tlvos and frlnds. II. Zollor, who hns boon in tho city on buslnoss, loft for his homo in Rul nior yostordny. Attornoy Waltor Koyes and Attor ney Jnmoc Smith loft this morning for n short visit In Portland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlos Burgjsrar and daughtor, after a visit in this city, have rotumod to tholr homo In Albany. J. E. Zlnn, tho accommodating motornian ou tho depot car, has re turned from a buslnofw trip to Portlnnd. Mrs. son, E. turned terday. Mrs. S. Wood, who has boon visit ing Miss Connie Lewie, of this city, roturned to her homo In Portland this morning. Consul I. A. Manning and wife nnd daughter loft yesterday for Washington. D. C, on route for their now homo In Colombln. Miss May Johns and sister, Mls Mantle, who have boon visiting thel inothor, Mrs. Ada Johns, of this cltv hnvo roturned to tholr homo In Portland, Mrs. J. D. Hnmnokor and daugh ter, Miss Myrtlo, of Bonanza, who havo boon the guosts of Mr. nnd Mrt. 0. O. McClollnn, loft yostorday for a vUlt In Portland. MIbs Ethel Scovoll, who has been visiting in this city, loft this morn ing for hor home In Seattle. MIsj Scovoll formorly resided here, and was n studont In Willamette Univer sity. Mrs. M. M. Dorr, of Antone, after a visit hero, left this morning for Sllverton, whore she will be the guest of Mrs. W, R. Jonos. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Mahoney who visited Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Messlck ovor Sunday, havo returned to their homo In Portland. Mrs. Mahoney Is a daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Messick Row T. G. Rogers and wife, who havfr been holding religious services at the Gospel Chapel on Fifteenth street, left yesterday for Dallas whore they will conduct a revival meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Hoss and Mm M. Young loft this morning for Ore gon City with tho body of Enrlo C. Hoss, which will bo burled in tho city by tho falls today. Earlo was the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Hoss, and tor, Miss Anna Jackwn, tt Us uiu sruiiiiBuu ui iiiD, iumi. i iiu m- nail. Captain 0. R. Wlllard ftf i who has been vliltlnr l iu country and in Salem. Wmu. Ins for his home. Helitltitnj nuiuo aioaraooat Compu i Mrs. P. B. Jackjonarrlredaj city mis morning to visit ha O. M. Davis, nftor visiting her E. Davis, of this city, ro- to hor homo In Portlnnd yos- noral services will bo conducted by tho Knights und Lndlos of Security, of which tho decensod was a inom- bor. Hon. W. L. Tooze, londor of the law and order element at Woodbnrn, Is In tho city today, on routo to Dal las. Ho says his homo city Is now vory qulot nnd orderly. Hon. Gcorgo Williams, of Port land, arrived this morning from Port lnnd. G. C .Hntt returned this morning from a business trip to Portlnnd. J. H. Darling, of Portland, Is in tho city on business. W. P. Campbell, of Chemnwa, Is in Portland for a short business trip. Miss N'lna Johnson, after visiting her paronts In this city, loft today for Drain, whero sho la employed as n toachor In tho stnto normnl. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wright, of Lewis county, Missouri, nro visiting the former's sistor, lrs. NnnnlP Jonos, of Snlom. W. J. Loonoy, of Jefferson, wns n I Salem visitor this morning. C. Rich loft this morning for Al bany to nttond tho funeral of his slstor-ln-law, Mrs. Potor Rich, who died thoro yostordny while undergo ing an op:ratlon. Mrs. Rich has re sided In Portlnnd, nnd recently wont to Albany on a visit, and whllo thor was takon sick. Her husband, Potor Rich, formerly roslded In this city whero ho Is woll known. Rov. Robort Booth loft this morn ing for n visit in Roseburg and othor Southern Orogon towns. Mrs. O. J. Courtwrlght loft today for Roseburg to visit relatives. Mrs. E. Montgomery went to Tur nor this morning to bo tho guest of relatives and friends. Mrs. E. Coshow, of Woodburn, ar rlvod In Snlom this morning to visit hor daughtor, Mrs. E. W. Davis. J. E. Mathlas was a buslnoss visi tor from Turner today. Taken Hack to "I'm." Tho innn $ho WJ mey Chief Gibson thli monilBj n ennrgo of threatening to UL his namo as "Mike Lena," hi takon back to. the penitently wns out on parole, an! tli was considered such u to Jttft return without trial. j ..MONEY TO IM THOMAS KJ Oror Lndd & Dush'i ButSiUM Norwich Union Fire Insurance Frank Meredith, RIJtJ Office with Win. BrciBCM 129 Commercial itreel NEW TODAY For Itont Rooming boal nml hntmnhold rod! '& chenn. 415 Court itn 544. Wl! Circus Day.,.. And lis attractions arc gone but we are still here with our attractive line of gro ceries. Our goods are al ways fresh and the quality Is the best. Moir Grocery Company 456 State Phone 182 For SaleSeveral hcawn' nndfarmUndiaUUrpk' at Capital National But HodlH Aro You InB&tae-lfM' nn nnnnrlunltT 0( UWi21 lug to my WUM W!" soil my restauran"., w and bakery at lew u it. worth. Toll M 1 live, money-making ko , ir rn Tttrt. W ivaav v. - .whit ir nno huslnes am '.,. rn and JM? TheAngelua. GecKS proprietor, Salem, wwjj 3S. f.nnl DlltBrt ' . .-..,- ..M 181" anu caiu - - j, mantv of shade, iW'-tf' .:... p A, W nmg No. 4 . Tj. (hn1 TJor Kent A moa ..u.J lDWfc taee. iurn "- ,,,ti ,l2. CallWedn- meketa St. - rrrr.a rmu. j - - , -1I1IIJLU "-- For Mio-v--- - . j, hundred, fa- .a Broadway, SalM : -. frrth fc-' For Sale -- i iiAnrnEU',' of I- - - Uroundi store. r-rTkirtr Carpel-.". t m deno by a sai steam. b SJii. r asauiv -- uri phone 115- 44 -" rtCji ..1 For nt-"7,. -jjltois' "ri era iiuslness- Front str IrtW o &yi'LM PSI