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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1007.
8 " ""' - '"- 3 - . TODAY ONLY For Wednesday only wo offor a lino of Special bargain day No. 330. I PEARL BUTTONS That sell overywhero at 5c dozen. Coming at this tlmo, during mnklng up season, they aro tho most oppor tune, as It enabled you to lay In a supply at JiiBt half regular prices. Nono sold until 8:30 a. m. Wednes day. No telephone orders will bo received. 2 DOZEN Spring Jackets In pretty Btrlpcs, checks S5.00 values. . . . mixtures. and $3.98 Salts and Coats In plain colors plaids, and chocks. Prices LESS rango from $15.00 to ONE $35.00. Special during FOURTH this salo DRESS GOODS NEW DRESS GOODS "UNDER. PRICED. Tho opportunity to select Just tho color of pattorn or woavo jloslrod nppoals atrongly to ovory woman. Iloro'd tho oppertunity: Novolty suitings in plaids and chocks In all doslrnblo shades. 50 nnd C5c 3Q Values. Spoclnl J7C Jap silks In pretty plaldB and checks, In Black, Dluo, Red and Green COc and G5c vnluos Spoclal 39c WASH GOODS ' Tho most comploto showing In this city, and prices modt reason able Mnrguorlto organdloB, 27 Inchc? wldo In dainty designs In tq wanted, colortt 3 C Vollo HiiltliigB 27 InclioH wide in floral checks and plnlda ACn and pretty now shades. . "U C 5c tmP MM wmd mimlAh wjfi Wn Jim f A PALL DOWN AND RUN OUT. Herman Wiso Throws Glass nt Paul Monarch, Who Rctlinted by Sitting on Wise's Neck. Copyright 1907 by Hart SchafiV W Mcr BETTER CLOTHES FOR SAME MONEY. Distinctive in style. You will find such sclontlllc ami caroful propor tioning as to Bccuro a PERFECT J kit. sovcHt Htyios and raorlcn. 'ho clothing bought hero cannot easily be equaled outside this stor; for several dollars more. $10 to $35 Herman Wise, who recently was tho Janitor and Btablo man for Eu gene Eckerlen nnd Paul Monarch, of tho Eckerlen caf hotel bar saloon, had a little mix this morning thai affoded amusemont to tho spectator!' as well as some humiliation for the first nnmed gentleman. Mr. Wise, it is saidr came from Independonc.1, and was reckoned in those parts as a first-class Bcrappor, and that ho felt ho was" confident of Ills ability in bat tle was shown this morning when he threw a glass at tho Monarch of tho bar of Eckerlen's. It seems that. Wiso has been making some remarks about Paul, and this morning when tho former gentleman enrno in, prob ably to got his morning beer, the latter gentleman told him that he would 'have to cut that stylo of talk out." One word brought oh nnothor until Herman of tho family Wise passed a glass at tho head of the Monarch, who had called him down Ho alsa mado action that might sug gest that ho had a gun which ho wished to show, at least Paul did not take any further chances, but lost no tlmo In getting Wiso by tho neck who soon curled up on tho floor llko an apple peel. After sitting on tho mnn who throw tho glass and woro tho big booth awhile, Paul waB given tho assurance In guttcrnl tones that Her man would bo a good Dutchman, and not got too "wlBp" any more. Paul was then monarch of all ho sur veyed and lot his victim looso. The German gentleman threatened to II ' ' " jlm CHESTERFIELD k 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 more Impor tant to serious people 1b what to do, or what to expect regarding present or future nffairs. If you aro ambitious, if you wish to bo a succcsb; if you aro involved In any unhappy lovo affair, or If you doslro to bettor your financial condition; if you aro in doubt con corning your future and wish o at tain that subtle, potent, magnetic force, that Bcductivo, attractive per sonal charm .so irrcsistablo In its power to dominate and control oth ers, then go at onco and consult with Prof. Chesterfield; ho is ovor ready to holp thoso with capital to find a Bafo and good paying invest ment; this ho can do nnd ask no fco until tho investment pays a hand Bomo profit. Is this not honest? You hear tho truth and nothing but tho truth. Greatest living astral dead-tranco clairvoyant of tho ago; adviser on business and all affairs of lifo; tolls your full namo and what you called for, whom you will marry, how to control tho ono you lovo, oven though miles away; reunites tho sopnrated; gives secret power to control; no long delays In waiting. THERE ARE MORF Kacycles op SOLD THE YEAR-ROUND THAN ANY oT.im, x. GRADE RICYCLES. EI mKE NIB RACYCLE COSTS A TRIFLE MOHU AT THr c ''' t-iiii.nMi.3J.' J. thm LONG lll'S 4;lliTiri run:' iiinpnin iiit-ii .-..,.- L,w. .Mivxwio u.ia uAbiuu THAN ANY OTlirt. 1 ,AST LONGER. IF YOU RIDE a -RAinW? l. BlCr J I WILL IJE SMALLER THAN ON ANY OTlIKIl ninvV ,iaBm CYCLE TOOK THE GRAND PRIZE AT TIP ViS,? TH .'HGHSTnn, "I TllJMIK AJIB 31 GERMAN SIANUPACTl Huiairi Ui TJili JtACYCLE PATENTS AIBs A THE RACYCLE IS THE ONLY WHEEL OX TUP vi. OIL AND DUST PROOF HEARINGS. TllFSP inJ V51 REASONS AVIIY THE RACYCLE IS Tit 1, 1 A Opfi """ WHBK WILL TELL YOU THE REST. Mill Bwear out a warrant on tuo cnargo 01 ln Snlom ono woek onljPt gocIal nBsaun ana unucry, out no sucu uoc- lnw fno nl, ,,, wnl, pnri0rs 4 CO Best Wodfc at Honest P; Ft ank J. Mom Doa'.t forget the new No. 447 Cotitt Street ticej Tiioir son. uny Hamilton, id a mom- this city Inst ovenlnr km bor of tho 1D07 class. ,.. .. ' . 0"RWtl J. A. Robert r.nmn ilnwn frnm Vn. .. 1 L. rtld. ttl ki - - miuwg nomo from a 1. rlon this morning. i)1I8,ncg3 vst , ..... ..H .... w. . , rx.tjtauka 11 uj 111 in ornin DLA j ... , "" " ouu wm initn umont has mado its npnearanco, and gtato 8lrool 1IUBho3 ' 1)locki 0fflco jhnyo bocn visiting Salem relative;, ' in the orgnnlzatloa of It is presume dthnt ho has rcconsld ore J. nCTQli i 3n eu&lA 6 A INCOtPOfr'ATED 1 WWMIMMMim i i-rTinr-1 muimmtmMMinmmmmimMimammMMaaMKmm i ii I A SI. Paul Mnn DIch of Hullct Wound Whllo riding on a load of hay with his father on n ranch nenr St. Paul, Or., Monday, Frank Lambert 21 years old, accidentally discharged- a rlllo that was concenlcd in tho rack and received n wound in tho abdo men, from which ho dio dat 1 o'clock ycBtorday aftoruoon at St. Vincent's hospital, Portland. Tho body wns shipped to St. Paul for Interment. Tho victim of tho fatal accidont was widely known In St. Paul and vi cinity, and was popular In tho neighborhood. hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. Sunday. m. Dally andi10" this ,.norn,nB ,for ? vls,t in Col" , Stoyton and Newport recntlr rauo springs nnu otnor cities en C. A. McDcnnoth of Srt&i ,w w " """ w,v' "rnveu in saicm tobttlab Personals CITY NEWS A Collection of Important Pare WtrnpliH for Your ConnltU'rutlon. Do You WIhIi To bo freed from morphlno or liquor habit? Call at 371 South Church Btruut or phono r68. Dr. D. .11. Orinin. 1-30-Ct Ralier-Si'liu r County Clurk Allen this morning I. ........ I . .. ...! .. .m. II.I.1II1I11 tit lltlklltltM ' MMBVI IDHIIUII 11 IIIIUTIIIKU iiuuiibu i.i vn.v. . ,,,u W,OI t M(y C'OIUH'ril I'lniiN Aiti'pliHl Tho platiB of D. D. Neor, tho Port land architect, were yesterday ac cepted by tho stato board of capltol building commissioners to cut tho old stato library room up Into com inlttoo appnrtmentB, SchsIoii Imwh Fliilslied Tho buhbIou laws wcro completed yostorday by Stato Printer Dunlway. Tho general lawa composo a volume of G1S pagOB and tho road lnwd con tain 104 pagus, O. Uakor, or thlu olty, agud 21, ant Mario Schwurz, of Salem, agod 21, l A. Ilnkor acting as wltnuus. lteainim-Cone A lBHUO Goo nnd Mario Cone, of Salem, aged 03, NVilliam Welch acting na vltniwa. This Ih to notify you that I. N. Uldguwny Ih no longer local agent for tho Orogon Nureory company, and any ordorB placed with him will marriage IIoouho was yoMorday not ho, ""od with stock from our od by County Clork Alton to """orlon. (Signed) Orogon Nursery . W. Uiuiuui, of Salem, aged B2.,Co,um- B-l'3w- Don't Fall New Volco Hhullii Miss Mngcrs will moot pupils nt her studio In Odd Fellows' tomplo To look at (hone staple grocorlea Tuosdny, Wednesday and Thursday nnd fresh nmatB. Sugar cured of eaoh wook. 4.25-w.s-lm haitiB, etc., at Farrlugton & VnnPat-i ton's, tho grocors nnd marketmon. Mr. Davoy Goe ti Hums Hon. Frank Davey and family loft this morning for Burns, Orogon, where thoy will reside. Mr. Davoy will tako ohargo of tho Harney County Nowa of that plnco. Franli One-Half the World Wnr BlnM. Uut not l.lt ot Hint " "' "'"' " """, """" "" half went tho right glasaes. llvo - - wrong slHso. aro often worso than J nono; thoy aro a eonataut Btraln and Myf jl0UJ . a pormanont Injury to tho oyoa. Ouly ' sclontltlo examination can dotermlno I what glnasea your oyeB require, you 1,0v AiIJustiHl can't toll by trylnjj on glassoa. I A. W. Glosy, roprosqntlng tho Nor- to on tho aafo aide; lot our op w,cl Union Flro Inaurauco Sooloty tlclnn glvo your oyoa caroful oxamln- yesterday adjusted tho loss sustnlno.1 Mtlon. '' Scolt Ferguson through tho ro ll dooan't coat anything ho can t0lt flro ln his restaurant. Tho poll toll you Juat what you nood dolay ' tl Norwich insurunco Co. cov ro dangerous. Our prlcoa aro roa- ur0tl '' tho contents of tho build onablo, nnd wo guarantee aatUfac- T' damago waa fixed nt 525. Uou, Arrived fitnn Kiiiimis R. McGregor, of Morrowvlllo, Kansas, has' arrived In Snlom, nnd will mnko hla future homo horo. Ho hns, ln tho pnst, Invested In aome ! doalrablo roal estato In our city, and, while ho still hns largo Interests In Kaunas and olsowhoro, ho llkos this coast well enough to llvo hero in proforonco to nnywhoro olso. For the prosont ho la making bin homo with John Ferguson, in Woat Salem. These gontlomen woro bordor pion eers together, nnd onjoy meeting In their moro proaperous days. Imw nnd Order Saloon Harry Holmkon, tho "law ami or der" saloon operator of Woodburn, la In tho city todny, and, whllo ho ro portB buslnoas a trlllo dull ln his lino, ho snys ho will tako Ills chancos with Woodbun through thick and thin Harry has Juat purchased tho block ho does bUBlnoas ln, and Is happy to bo olaBsod among tho pormnnent poo. pie of that wldo-awako burg. -n- DIHD. REYNOLDS. At tho Salem hospital last ovonlng, April 30, 1907, Mra. Addlo Roynoldi, of pnoumonla. Tho funeral arrangomonta have not as yet bsffi completed, but tho BorvlcoB will bo oonduotod tomorrow, probably from tjio Clough undertak ing parlors. Mrs. Jonos, of Jefferson, visited ln the city this morning. A. T. Wain left todny for an out ing nnd business trip to Newport. Miss Daisy Dooth went to Portland today 'to visit friends nnd rolativo Miss Juaultn Miller, of Lebanon. nrrlved in tho city this morning to bo tho guest of frlonds. , Secretary Frank Welch, of tho stato fair board left this morning for Portland on business. Alderman Gcorgo Jacobs has re turned from n business trip to Port land. MIsb Lllllnn Ilnrwood, an omployo at tho Salem postofllco, returned yos torday from a visit In Ejgono. Senator C. W. Fulton is ln the city todny, seeing his frlonds nnd meeting ninny of tho people Mrs. Frank Hall, of Woodburn, who has boon vlBltlng her daughter, In tho advertising deputae-ttfi btntosman. Mr.McDermoiihjk connected with tho Arm. cf S nnd comes to this city hljtyr mondcJ. Kansas. Dr. R. F. Hunter, of Hoquinm, Washington, la visiting In tho city Ho is a graduato of tho medical de partment of tho Wlllametto University- Loran A. Kerr arrived in tho city this morning, nnd nttor a short visit horo will loavo for tho Sound coun try on business. Miss Hattlo Odoklrk, of Portland, Is ln tho city to attend tho gradua tion exorcises ot tho medical depart ment of Willnmetto University. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Ormsby, of Portland, after a vlBlt hero, returned to tholr homo tills morning. Mr. OrniBby Is trnvollng freight agent with tho Northern Pnclflc. A. M. Uttorback loft yesterday for Eugene whoro ho will tnko chnrirp of tho construction work of tho new uiuvini; rmiruuu wmtwi iu iu uu uuili from Eugene to Springfield nnd Norwich Unk)fl Vkt Tho Taas ffotfo, Cures all kidney, bliMv rheumatic trouble; soI4 tjki gists, or two monthi' tmtMti moll for 1. Dr. E. W. BO.I Ollro street, Bt. Loskfa for testimonials . SoM by I drug store. M ..MONEY TO LOJ THOMAS d I Over Ladd & Duih's BoU Mrs. C. Stutosman, of this olty, ro-( ii,j8 cjtyt thonco to Dluo rlvor. Tho road Is owned by tho Willnmetto Construc tion Co., and will bo managed by Superintendent Welch, formerly of turned this morning to hor homo. Mrs. M. A. Darbor, who has been visiting ln tho city, loft Inst evening for her homo in Marlon. Mtb. John King, of this city, nnd .laughter, Mrs. Grnco Mitchell, of Now York City, loft yostorday foi Portlnnd, whoro they will visit rela tives. Miss Clara Smith loft this morning for a business nud plensuro trip to Orogon City, Portland and Van couver. Miss Annn Culbortaon will nrrlvo iu tho olty today frtfm Sonttlo, whoro sho has boon visiting for tho past bov oral months. . C. J. Pennlcard, nftor visiting his daughter, Miss Mlllio Pennlcard, of this city, roturnod to hla homo in Portland this morning. Chostor Murphy, aftor visiting hi pnronta. Judge and Mra. Murphy of this city, roturnod to hla homo In Portlnnd last ovonlng. Mrs. C. L. Watt, of this city, whoi has boon visiting In Portland for tho past fow days, loft last night for Spoknno on business portnlnlng to Inswuce. Frank Meredith, MM Office with Wo.BresM 129 Commercial itrwt NEW TOM Charles Gllllnghnm, who, with his wlfo, has boon visiting rolntlvoi and friends horo for tho past three weeks, loft thla morning for Walla Walla, whoro ho Iibb accepted a poal- yuntitl Experienced coo frj tlon with tho Evening Bulletin of niawa mess. Inqalreon that place. Ho was accompanied bvi t0Di at Chema hts mother. Mra. Euconia GUllng- . hum. who will vIsH rnlnMvAR In Walla Vnr Sale Small Sdd'.l 1 Walla for a fow wooks. Mr. GUllng-1 yoara old, gentle for WS J i -i ninh irsta 'a and ham waa formerly of this city has roceutly boon connected with tho Ilolso Nows, of Boise, Idaho. HU wlfo, who Is v visiting rolntlvea here, will soon leavo for Walla Walla to Join hor husband In tholr now homo. Mrs. W. C. Knntnor, of Seattle, ar rived hero last evening to attend tho commencement exorcises of tho med ical dopartmont of Wlllamotto Uni versity. Hor son, W. C. Knntnor, Jr., Is a membor of tho graduating class. Mrs. L. II. Addlton. stato prea:- dont of th.o "W. C. T. U., who spoko ln drcn. Call at Club UB x VnulallaJtow-11' nvofallft1 nib -v onii mv reU8rsa, and bakery t K IU worth. ThMW live. moner-maiW .. tnr gavea J ,15,000 busin " A months, van " . rri, AnrMllS. 00. proprietor, Sle, 38. HKHMAN W. HAltlt, AT OptoHietlst BARR'S JEWELRY STORE State and Ubrly Stsv Safam lawyers .diuitttl . A number of lawyers woro ndmlt ted to tho Oregon bar yostorday by tho aupromo cpurt. Thoso admitted woro; Klla Crlm Lyuch, ot Portland, who was admitted permanently, and Walter P. I Rocho, of Georgia, on probation for nlno months, on rec ouuuottdation ot Govoruor George E. Chamberlain, T. Q. Halley and K. . Coover; nlso Walter 8. Ahw, ot CarUoa, Yamhill county. l-Jm-milAItnT. JAt tho family resl donco, llvo nnd one-hnlf miinn south oi' Salem, on the Prlngle' tno or(lo' ot Artisans road, Tuesday, April 30, 1907, tho Infant dnughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Kborhnrdt, of stomach troubfe Intormont will bo mado at Pratum nt 1 o'clock today, ov. Garrlck cou- duotlug the 8orvicos. Hnrom-ss Who In AocumsI of Murder, Now York, May 1. Tho Daronuai uo .luiosuy iook mo stand In her own bohnlf today to refuto the cnargo ot tno murder of Guatav Simon, a Rroadway shirt waist man ufacturer. Sho Bald aho left Simon's employ becauso ot un argument with the auporlntondont. Sho donled own ing a revolver or cartrldgea. Tho nttornoon ot tho killing sho had called on Simon for hor pay. Simon said she would have to sue him, and uowea ner out of his office. In reply to the question the d fomUat dented directly that she thot Simon, O. L. Hattoburg. of Sllvorton. wns In tho city today. He says they will organlzo a taxpayora' leaguo there Saturday night. Dr. and Mra. W. II. Hawk, of Jef forspn, aftor a visit horo. left thl morning for Portland. Thoy whl Boon locato In Day City. Mrs. D. F. Dimler wont to Albany this morning to meet her sister, Mrs. George Cobalt, of Dotrolt, who will visit in this city, Mls3 Horma McNeal, who has been visiting her aunt, Mra. II. B. Rober, left thla morning for hor homo In Turner. Clyde McMillan loft today for San Joso, where he has accepted a posi tion with the electric company of that place. Rev. and Mra. C. J. Hamilton, of Newberg, arrived In the city this morns to attend the graduation exerclJea ot the medical fchoel here. wmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmm Ibegin ma HY PLACING AX ORDER WnElli: EVERYTHING Uf1 ... ,.u MUSS . - -tii '& r- UP-TO-DATE. CLEANLINESS IS OAft "' ,TUjUvHft"f - r., Mi'V KltEB W1' . OP THIS STORE, AND Willi vvx - jjfli IN A POSITION TO DELIVER YOUR GROU n ISFACTION. WE HAVE THE GARDEN STO YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE REST ft GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER AND WE WlW- PLEASE YOU. MOIR GROCERY & 456 State P