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DA1LX CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, JULY I), 1007.
S I. L. SIOLKION THE OLD WHITE CORNER "New Today Embroidered Turn-overs 5c t received by express from Now York. Thoy aro equal to aDJUl5c values ever shown in Salem. Semi-Stiff Collars for Ladies 1 5c The newest things m neck fixings for ladles. Embroidered Stiff Collars 25c The reigning style in tho East right now. Now shipment Ju3t reached us. Semi-Stiff Collars With Overlace 25c Don't fall to see these now Ideas; thoy will Interest you. Windsor Ties 25c 25 dozen of tho swellost patterns you over saw. All silk, high grade; 25c each. ; , L , Wash Belts 20c Embroidered whlto bolts, tho regular quarter kind,- but wo marked 'cm 20c ns usual. Wash Belts 35c pearl bticklos Very swell whlto wash belts, embroidered, with and enamel eyelets. 35c each. BUNCOED ON FIREWORKS. Fourth of July Committees Mjot Last Evening and Closed Celebration Business. J -II 1 1 1 I I I I 1 II I I II I PERSONALS M H 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III' Andrew Hansen wont to Portland loiiT. Lloyd Molt went to Portland this nornlng. n Mr. Lou It. Hatch Is visiting In Portland. Ed. Tlllson wont to Roseburg this nornlng. MIm M. D. Evans went to Port land this morning. Dr.TamlesIe went to Portland on bailness- today. Mrs. M. P. Dendy, of Portland, is be guest of Hon. A. Hush. Mm. M. E. Chambers loft today lor a vlilt In Portlnnd. Miss Berthn Kllnger Is spending few days In Porthnd. Jin. J. Walton wont to Aurora to ur, where she will vl3lt friends. Mlu Verda Crozor loft today for Kittle to attend tho convention. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Basoy aro at Mport for a two months' outing. Mn. W L. West and llttlo daugh- p nave gone to Portland for a short llilf Mri, It T. Drown was nmong tho Portland-bound pnssungors this prnlng. Miss Nina Johnson Is among tho Semites camped at Glnd3tono hrk. J'f T C Smith nnd son loft to- V 'or a summor's outlrnr at Son- ie i John Aunnorlrv tim Tnfn.i.nn anker. t in n. -u.. ..i .... . land. " l' viijr lUUliy UIl UUBI- Tho various Fourth of July com mittees met in tho Board of Trade rooms last evening to audit bills and transact the business relative to tho recent celebration. Tho celebration, as a whole, was ono of tho most successful ovor hold In Salem, and tho, committee wish to thank tho many citizens who gave thoir loyal support and aided in the day's exercises.. Tho various mem bers of tho committco nro to bo con gratulated at tho able management of tho program, which meant much sacrifice and tireless and loyal work. Ono of tho unpleasant things of tho committee's work wnB tho audit ing of tho fireworks bill. Mr. Shlpp, through whom tho goods woro or dered, contracted with Hitt Bros., of Seattle, to furnish tho fireworks. Tho goods woro shipped on tho 25th of Juno, and arrived In duo time, but tho bill for tho samo did not nrrlvo until July Cth, aftor tho flroworka hnd been used. Whon tho hill was received it was found that not only hnd tho charges been excessive, but nlso goods hnd boon sent which had not been ordered. A resolution was pnsscd last evening condomnlng tho business methods of tho Bald Hitt Bros., and agreeing to trndo olse- whwo In tho future. A lottor expressing tho regrets of the committco for tho mlsundor- standing In regard to tho Chemnwa boys was drafted, and ordorcd sent to tho proper authorities. Thoro woro 137 Chemawa students in uniform ready to march on tho I Fourth, but owing to a mlsundor- clty and is in tho county Jail. Both nro well-known, and public senti ment favors Mrs. Hamilton. Thoy havo. four children, all highly re spected. ,- , o . HOTEL ARRIVALS. Miss Francos Bowman left todny with a numbor of Indlnn children, bound for their homes in Alaska. Miss Graco Scott, of North Snlom. has gone to Albany for a short visit, standing In tho orders tho boys did aftor which sho will spond a two-,"01 ei in uiu ronreii, whicii io uiu committco anu an concerned ucepiy regrot. It was voted by tho meeting to loan 25flagB to tho cherry fnlr com- mltteo for decorating purposes, wooks' outing at Newport. Mrs. Wyllo Zlnn and daughter, , Pearl, and Mrs. Ed. Bullock and children wont to Newport today, and will romnln sovornl weeks. Miss Pearl Esteb, 'after a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. R. E. IHrons, of this city, returned to her homo in Joffcrson this morning. Miss Rnchol Dovo, tho well known long distnnco' tolephono oper ator, wont to Portlnnd yesterday for a two weeks' outing. Mota Klein, aftor visiting Snlom relatives, has returned to Portlnnd, vhoro Bho Is studying for a trained nurso in tho St. Vincent hospital. Mrs. Goo. Burdlck loft last ovon- Olo Olson was present nnd pre sented a bill for $1-1, which Is said to bo duo for a speech dolivored on tho Fourth ton years ago. As mnny of tho bills of this year had not boon audited, Olo's claim was placed on tho tnblo. Tho mooting adjourned to mcot nt tho call of tho chair. o Killed Her Husband. A dispatch from Baker City says: Sundny morning, July 7, Mrs. Jack Hamilton in tho heat of pns- tner for fllnilntnnn Pnrlt. whnrn bIih . will attend tho Chautauqua exor- 8,on B,lot nor h8,lftntl' .Jnck ""J0"- plana IIUI1, UUCUUHU 111! BWIIUIl mill IJUUb IIU1. WUIntucttc. L. W. Mooro and wife, Drain. P. A. Pnttor. 13. J. Barrett, Albany H. A. Hlnshnw, Portland. F. A. Hamilton, Palo Alto. H. V. Thompson, Eugene. A. C. Woodcock, Eugene." Archio R. Qalbralth, Spokane. M. B. Hart, San Francisco. J. II. Serldnn. Dr. Smith. f Jos. J. Smith. A. E. Daten, Lob Angeles. R. E. Taylor, Now York. .J. J. Hurlburt, Portland; J. W. Shifter, Portland. P. C. Kelpper, Seattle. P. M. Swift, Portland. W. D. Fonton, Portland. II. M. Humphrey, Lake City. R. A, Loiter, Portland. F. II. Murray, Lob Angeles. S. L. Howe, Jefferson. A. Rossi, Beaverton. C. A. Mnlboeuf, Portland. A. J. Harold, Portland. Cottage. J. M. Rice. ' Ida Wilson. Thos. Campbell, Cottage Grove. J. A. Knight, Woodburn. J. Slater, Portland.. A. B. Owen. Geo. Washburn. L. Fuller. - L. A. Crlnkshnnk. 0. W..Ioynolds. II. F. Tumor, Portlnnd. M. J. Deal, Clcago. R. W. Colson, Portland. Salem, W. N. Mconn and wlfo, Woodburn. A. D. McCullock nnd wlfo, PorM land. John P. Hunt, Woodburn. A. H. Buslck, Union. 11. C, Cockorline, Northwestern. E. W. Nichols, Mnrshflold. ,Gcorgo Tumor, Portland. A. Nondol, Woodburn. ' ' J. E. Simner, Tho Dnllo3. N M, M. Marlns, Gorvnls. W. L. Jorman, Woodburn. N. W. Patum, Mllford, In. o Two Million Dollar Crop. Sherman county's wheat crop, If prosont prospects hold, will bring a return of moro than two million dol lars. How Is that for a county of Miss Alma Byrno nnd Miss Eleno Tll0y nr0 I"omlnont pcoplo living in (four thousand population, a por cap- Fawk loft last ovonlng for Senttlo to attend tho C. E. convention. Miss Graham will lcavo to join them to morrow. MjS8 Doll Mlllor, of Stnyton, who has boon visiting hor cousin, Miss Bnrtha Kllngor, of this city, loft this morning for tho Cascade Locks, vhoro sho will spond tho summer. Mrs. Fannie Lovo and grnndson, Frnnk Hoogs, of Honolulu, who have , beon visiting Mrs. A, M. Cnnnon, of this city, loft Inst evening for Port- Pleasant Valley, about 25 miles from ,ltn Incomo exceeding $500. This is Bnkor City. no prescription dream, either; our, Tho couplo had not been on yield hns provlously passed tho two '" J. n. Hunt has returned to : home In Woodburn. after visit- 5 to this city. !w Margaret Hansltt, formerly "Uitlty, now Of PnrMnml nnnnf L-J. . .--.., UfUt). r"" in salotn. Mrs. J. -Holsmnn, of Portland, for morly Miss Cccolln Haines, of this city, is in Snlom to visit hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Haines, nnd will visit sovornl weeks. Misses Bo3slo Harding, Alta Alt man, Lucllo and Buln Chaso, Leolino ' Ethel Olnnrwnln.. !... 1.JSkn,f. EdnR Pu,dy "d Mr nU Past year in Tacoma. hM iJi!? JhS X.?.g ""aea to her homo in thiB citv """"" " ..,...,.. ... ". It.. .. .. """ " HUB Ul). I ir..,.. Willi. Cnt.liwlln.. nn.1 mu; ui ii iiihiuj wii....u.w u.u J"- H. N, Goodo, who has beon m&S Salem relatives. im . to her homo in Portland. J Flora Mason, of Albany, and "woynton, of Tho Tinllna n t,ft of Mrs. A M.Cannon. .. ael Bush. who has boon tak- co"rse In Amherst mllo in ?"". has returned to 'his 'a this riv p. nosteln and family have gone I month' iii. . ... r -.... ,,3Ilr ,n urmau Coium. "artlnc iiia . . . Ill ttti. . urinng. rnoy Tl't In Idaho on their return Arthur vn Jessen, tho Councilman P. H. Strolb, of Mllwau klo, returned to their homes last ov onlng, after transacting business In tho stato railway commission ofilco, rolatlvo to a reduction of tho street car faro from Portland to MUwaukle. Mr. and Mrs. A, Hodgos, of Prlno vlllo, after visiting relatives in this city, loft this morning for a visit In Corvnllls. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges will soon move to Bolso, Idaho, to reside. Mrs. Hodges Is a daughter of Alonzo Gosnor, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bowles, who havo boon visiting thoir daughter, Mrs. Henry Rowo, havo returned to 'son. at In m --v.., n,w JIIUUISl, 10 Gladstone this mnvnin ad thn Phn., . . . itholr homo at Philomath. Thoy woro toMhes8lon ' P ,an "accompanied by Mrs. E. A. Thomp- Me Glasses Meet your eyes from tho glaring 0 havo i, i .. .. . -. vvm m tui Bizea ana REMEMBER t'ti'S1 .Ur own lense grinding. to , enoflt ,n Promptness, 1 aall matter t -t- r. to you monoy ' I "J accident w cam wpia. w u7 may 3j.e 1Mt 'AS. H. HINGV . OrU ftiitam. Tried to Kill Himself. While temporarily demented, Mart Mlllor, a prominent pioneer residing on a farm seven miles east of Al bany, Sunday night attempted to commit Bulcldo by tying a ropo around his ankles and jumping head foremost into the well of water used for drinking purposes. Ho was found a few minutes later by his son, Ray Miller, who, with the as sistance of neighbors, hauled his father out of tho well. Mlllorvwas resuscitated. Ho Is GO years old. o Chicago Markets. Chicago, July . JVAeat 91 82, cora 5454tf, oaU 43Kfi friendly torniB for some time. Mr. Hamilton had secured a dlvorco and was given chnrgo of his property by tho court. Mrs. Hnmllton was still living on tho place, and hnd pre pared papors to appeal tho caso. Saturday a storm occurred' and blow down a fenco on tho farm whoro Mrs. Hamilton was living. Mr. Hamilton enmo Sunday morning to work nt repairing tho fenco. Mrs. Hamilton passed, nnd nftor somo con versation ho asked why sho had torn tho fenco down. Sho replied thnt sho had not, when with nn oath ho struck hor. Sho drew a pistol ns ho struck hor again, nnd shot him through tho loft temple. Hamilton fell forwnrd without a sound or making a step. Mrs. Hamilton ro turnod to tho houso and was almost crazy, but had put hor gun away and did not attempt to harm horsolf or anyone olso when neighbors ap peared. Coronor Ison nnd Sheriff Rand wore summoned and took Mrs. Hamilton in custody. A coroner's jury returned a verdict of death caused by a gun in tho hands of Mrs. Hamilton. Tho woman was brought to this and one-half million mark nnd study any market report for prlcos. For tho other part of tho proof visit our Holds. Wasco News. -i- timiMmmwiiMm Woodluii'ii Cum1 Ic is not'bolloved thnt Indlctmonts will bo found In tho Woodburn elec tion ensos. That 1b tho opinion of somo of tho witnesses boforo tho grand Jury. o Contention at tlui Cannery Tho long lino of teams at tho can nery, waiting to unload cherrlos and other fruit, la ono of tho sights of tho Capital City. It 1b Btated tho cannery takes In 15 toiiB of fruit per day at presont. Many of tho fruit growers aro complaining nt tho long delay in unloading. Somo of tho men nnd women, Vvith their horses, aro kopt standing in tho hot sun from two to flvo hours, and com plain bitterly at this. Thoy say If tho cannery company would Increaso its force it could bo done In a quarter jgatos wo found THE CUNNING AND PATIENT COYOTE This is - tho coyeto: Co-yo-tny, with all tho syllablosj to tho Mexi can who named him: "Kioto" merely to tho American wanderer who has come and gono so ofton thnt ho at last regards himself a resident stock man and frfrmor. It Is this lttle beast's triangular visage, his sharp noso flltod for tho easy investigation ot other people's affairs; his obllquo grcpu oye3 with thoir squint of cowardice and perpetual hunger, that should havo n place in tho adornment of escutcheons. It Is notorious that tho vicissitudes of his belly novor bring to him tho fato upon whoso vorgo ho always lives, and that noth ing but strychnine, and not nlwaya that, will bring an end to his forlorn enroor. As his gray back moves slowly along nbovo tho roods and conrso grass, and ho turns his head to look at you, ho knows nt onco whether or not you havo with you a gun, and you cannot know how ho knows. Onco satlstlod that you aro unnrmed ho will remain near In splto of nny vocal romonstrnnccs, nnd by-nnd-by may proceed to Intorvlow you In a wny that for unobtruslvo- ness might betaken ns a modol ot tho nrt. Lto down on tho thick brown enrpot of tho wilderness and bo still for twenty minutes, and wntchlng' him from tho comor of your oyo you will boo that ho has boon Joined by othors of his brothren hlthorto unseen. Ho seems to bo curious to know, first, .Jf you nro doad, and, second, If by nny chnnco nnd ho lives upon chances thoro Is anything cIbo In your neighbor hood thnt ho might llnd entablo. If you paBB on with indlfforoncc,' which Ib tho tisunl way, ho will sit himself down upon his tnll on tho nonrcBt knoll, and loll his red tonguo and lcor nt you us ono with whom ho Is half inclined to claim acquain tance. Ho looks and nets thou ns so much llko n gray dog that oiio Is In clined to whlstlo to him. Mnko any hoBtllo demonstration nnd ho will movo a llttlo far.thor and alt down again. If by nny moans you man ago to otto ml him' nt this juncturo tho chances nro thnt ho and his comrades mayotlrc still farthor, nnd then bark ceaselessly until thoy' luivo hooted you out of tho neighbor hood. That night ho nnd his com panions may como nnd steal tho straps from your snddle, tho meat from tho frying pnn nnd politely clean tho. pan and ovon tho boots from bcsldo your lowly bod. James W. Stcolo In Outing. o Tin) Prhlo of Morocco. A turn In tho road Biiddonly dis closed to us tho end of our pilgrim ngc. It lay at our foot, nn Immonso mnss of whlto dwolllngs, surrounded by high, gray and rliluud bnttlo monts, Tho goldon rnys of tho sot ting sun fooinod to bring out ' In strong rolluf tho mlnnrots of tho mosquos and to butho in a flood of light that groat monument of Moroc can life. Thoro, boforo us, sllont, lsolntod and nnclcut, lay tho hlghost oxamplo of Moorish civilization. And yot no paved roads led up to It. No carts or wagons disturbed tho dcath- llko sllonco which covored tho city. No shrloks ot engines, no hum ot harvestors, nq smoke of factories, no signs, of llfo, pulsating, moving, producing- western llfo, woro In evi dence". Wo gazed long and fondly upon tho picture boforo us and re luctantly followed our guldo along tho rond to tho gates of tho city. Our Illusions of beauty and charm woro soon dlspollod. Outside tho walls wo passed Innumornblo camps of tradcrB who had como from tho four corners of Morocco to dlsposo of thoir morchandlso. At tho very geat numbers of A STUFFED EMPEUOR. Fate of Valerian of Rome, Captured by tho Persians. Ono of tho most romnrkablo sturf ed skins on record was that of Valer ian, emperor of Rome, who was takon prisoner and aftorward kept in chains by Sapor, king ot Persia. He was clthor killed in a tumult or by order of his conqueror, who was perhaps fearful of losing his valu able living trophy, In tho ,yonr 2 GO. Tho body of tho dead omporor was treated with no mora delicacy than when It held tho spark of a living ono. It was skinned. Tho hide nftor bolng tanned was stuffed, painted red and suspended In tho chief tem ple of tho capital. It remained thero for many years and was tho populnr spectacle for holidays makors and visitors from tho country. But It was put to moro Important onds than this. It was mado n diplomatic en gino of much signlflcnnco nnd ofTl cioncy. In nftor times it ofton hap pened that tho Roman envoys nt tho Persian court hnd mlsundorstnndlnoa moro or loss sorlous with tho gov ernment to which thoy woro tempo rarily accredited. When thoso am bassadors from Rome grow arrognnt in thoir demands, It was tho custom to conduct thorn Into tho prcsonco of tho stuffed skin of tho ex-omporor ot Rome, whoro thoy woro nsked it humility did not becomo them at sight of such a spcctaclo. o THE roSSIIWilTIES OP GAS MACHINES ot tho tlmo, and all tho suffering and Iosb of tlmo bo avoided, It would popularizo tho cannery to ex pedite unloadlug. ISALT iYOUR HAY..I Our price on suit Is tho low est in the city, so remember whoro to buy. 9. MWWWWC I Keeps the : Flies,Off ! Thoro is nothing so good ns SO-BOSS-SO to keep tho flies off your cows and horses. Tho cost Is very llttlo when com pared with tho benefit. Try It and seo the difference. Id. a. white! & SONS Salem Agaat 21 Commercial 8trt FlKHM 1. mmii iiiiiiiitiiiil $ I jiTHE j ELEVENTH HOUR It Is not quite that late la 1 the sale of the crockery, glau ware and dlahea at our itore. Z But they will soon be all gone, S as they are being sold below f cost, to make room for more groceries. I H. M. BR4NSON i Phone' 31. 432StateSt lilHHItlllHIIIIHIIHi dead animals, camols, mules, horses, dogs and donkeys, abandoned by thoir ownors to rot and polluto tho nlr with tho fearful odor of thoir de composition. Tho gates through which wo ontor ed tho city opened on to a markot placo. Hero was assembled a motloy array of varl-colored humanity which would havo clono crodlt to tho "streets of Cairo." Negroos, Arabs, "Borbors," Jows, Moors brown, whlto and blnck woro squatting side by sldo on tho odgo of tho rond, whllo othors, on inula or horso, slowly passed botweon thorn. Bog gars, half-naked, wator-carrlors with pigskin bags, shoomakors, scavongor mongos, vegetable vendors, horso traders, mingled Indiscriminately. Tho din of tho voices and conver sation Imposslblo, while tho odor of tho decomposing vegetable and ani mal filth wero overpowering. Wo mado our way through this crowd with tho greatest difficulty. From "A Ride to Fez," by Harold F. Sheots In Tho Outing. o ItCMMn for tlwi Trip. "I hear Tompkins has gono abroad for a rest." "No; he'a goae to avoid ar-rest." Philadelphia Iaqulrer. "Whon n mnn has to shovel a dol lar bill Into th furnnco ovorytlmo ho wants n dlmo's "worth of powor, he may bo pardoned for harboring a germ or two of dlscontont with tho present stngo of Industrial evolu tion," snys Charles F. Cartor, writ ing In. tho Technical World Mnga- zlno for May. "Yot n modorn atoam powor plnnt will only dollvor nt tho crank shaft from 10 to 12 per cent of tho potontlnl energy contained In tho conl burnod undor Its hollora. If It Is n small plant, tho results nro llkoly to bo tho formqr flguro or less; If It Is a very largo plant, con ducted with unusual skill, tho Inttor may bo approximated. Corliss and quadruple o-Npaiulon onglnos, fci'd wntor liontorB and kindred nccos Borlcs, nnd flnnlly tho stoam turblno hnvo resulted from ondonvors to ro- duco this oxcosbIvo waato ot heat. Altogether thoy havo only sorvod to acconlunto tho nocosslty of find ing somothlng mora ofllclont than steam to perform tho functions of tho world's prlmo mover. Rocont do volopmonts would seem to Indicate that a clow to this much-needed Im provement has boon discovered. At lonst it looks suspicious to And n gas onglno plnnt of '10,000 horso-powor, nnothor of 31,500 horso-powor, nnd still nnothor of 21,500 horso-powor In tho United Stntos, ono of 31,500 hnrao-powpr In Johannesburg, South Africa, and goodness knows how mnny smnllor onos In successful oporntion nil ovor tho world. And whon ono finds tho sumo typo of on glno thnt Is as3omblod In thoso grent plants humbly doing tho churning nt n rgral croamcry, driving automo biles and motor boats and running everything olso thnt can bo run nnd saving money for its owner whonovor It turns a whool, misplclotr nlmont deopens into conviction." This Is tho introduction to n lino article on producor gnu, the fuel that Is, In a sonso, now, .nnd tho author tolls of wonderful things Its UB(Tls accomplishing. lvi Tux lii Franco. Tho Paris correspondent of tho London Mnll tolls a story ot a Mllo. Deschamps, who whon nbout to bo married to M. Lonolr recently at La Hayo Mnlhorbo, In Normandy, dis covered that tho marrlago' would bo Illegal, hocatiBQ In tho oyo of tho law sho Ib a boy. Tho brldo and brldogroom and thoir friends woro gathered provloua to tho coromony, whon tho village schoolmastor who Is also tho vil lage, clerk and registrar of births- burst Into tho room, oxelalmlng: 'Tho murrlago Is Imposslblo!" Ho oxplnlnod thnt his prodocossor had mjstakonly roglstorcd tho birth, as that of a boy, and undor tho roRls- tratlon Mllo. Deschamps would be como llnblo t6 sorvo as a soldier this yoar. Tho brldo and brldogroom hurried off to tho local mayor and mnglfltrato and implored them to authorize tho marrlago, urging thnt tho mUtako la tho register was solf-ovldont. Tho authorltlos turned a deaf ear to thoir pleading, for Frvnch rod tapo is not to bo treated lightly, and it will tako tlmo to ropair tho mlBtako. Appointed Stin-Tmtsurcr. OvHter Bay. July 9. Tho Presi dent today appointed Wm. O. Rals ton assistant sub-treasurer at San Francisco. w 1