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" ' " WPP v DAILY CAPITAL JOUKNAL, balbm, oRggpy SATURDAY, JULY 20, ioof- East Chemekcta street next Thurs day afternoon. A full attendance is desired. The 'ew Place Sco ad of the O. K. store In thi Issue. J Out Store Will Be Closed Today On Account of the Death of Mrs. Joseph Meyers Jack Iloroir Hound Over Who he appeared before Justice of the Peace Webster this morning Jack Horner waived examination and was bound over to appear before the cir cuit court at the noxt term. A. J. MINNIGK SHOT WHILE HUNTING SICK CHILD DENIED ICE. Limit to Which Heartless Corpora, tlon Can Go. Tin e' Place See ad of the O. K. store in thW issue. No Changes With Us The music loving people of Salem have confidence In our business and patronize ub bocause we have the samo management and same linos of goods all tho time. Whllo other con certs change hands and come and go we are always at the old stand. No outside concerns enn control our stock. Wo buy tho best goods wo can for the money and pay for thorn, and as a result wo can always com pete with any house In Oregon. I know my business; I run my own business, nnd when people do busi ness with mo they do it with tho sole proprietor and mnnagor. GEO. C. WILL, Salem's Pioneer MubIc Dealer. - - o HI 8'HH-H'HIM 111 I t 1111 I r PERSONALS Frlend3 in this city were shocked to loarn last night of the accidental shooting of A. J. Minnlck of this city who was employed In the sawmill established by his brother-in-law, Col. L. if. Page of this city, at Drain, whore Minnlck was regularly em ployed. He wont out on a deer hunt ing trip with Scott and Addiaon Page of this city, and as nearly as can be learned the accident occurred Fri day morning about S:30. Minnlck had droppud bohind tho boys a little ways, when they hoard his rifle ring out, and on investigating they found his dead body, with a ballot holo through the head, the bullet enter ing below the point of the left cheek bone and coming out at the back of tho head, They packed the remains 10 111II03. to Drain and the remains wore shipped to Salem for Interment, arriving on the morning overland, nnd taken to the Hlgdon undertaking rooms. Mr. Minnlck was a brother of tho former Mrs. Page, wh6 died in Iown. He was a bachelor, and a man who was very well liked. His death is believed to have been en tirely accidental. Tho funeral will conMo Wnali. Julv 20. Because 1n ,11,1 not tinvn Sn With Wlllcll to buy tickets for the purchase of Ice, a woman, a stranger in the city, was denied ice by the local member of tho contdfl i -trust tnrinv with which to cool the fevered brow of her in- f rri.n ntrnmllnir till VRlrlflll had mill. inc iivii.D ,- ordored ice liberally applied to tho olnl,- nlillfl'a linrtfl 1111(1 Wlldl tllO WOin- nn imilofi nn Iceman and asked for a dlmo's worth of ice, she was told she emihi onlv buy through the medium of a book of tlckots costing $5. She only had $1 on boing left here, await in itin rnmlnir nf her husband, and sho had to deny herself the purchase. Then she went to a grocer and later tn a mpnt mnrknt nnd there met with n refusal of Ice, as thoy told her that they would be blacklisted If thoy sold or gave any nway. The woman, who occupies a cheap lodging-house on Seventh avenue, refused to give imi mime. Tho several commercial 'bodies have b'een notified and, unoffi cially, they declare a prosecution or tho Ice combine win bo made. 0 Yet Ho Didn't Xcm He had hfin .Wfl i j filing r.. lady for manv m.. a "VI1H 1 backward, his suit t,ro' ly. Finally she decld her to start soniethlne in his buttonhole and 7 "I' e've you a klu K! A large, open face blUsh 1 over his countennnr . chango was made. ThL ? his hat and started . room. '" "Why, where arP vn . . asked in Biivnwon mH " v "To the-er-flonst roses," ho exclaimed for ..MONEY TO liu THOMAS tr. -u" a oazK, Norwich Union Insurance Frank Meredith. n.u. Office with Wm. Brown & 129 Comraordal street lAXi, eqei4 6 A be held Monday at 2 p. m. Col Page and wife aro on a trip to the Klamath Falls country, and will not bo horn "HIlllllHlllillll I In time for tho funeral. o NEW TODA1 mcoKroRArcD M CITY NEWS A Collection of Important Par- 0 ft(HMH jur ji.vur vuBaiunrnuon iiiiiiiim Mttrtlcml Dirt, by tho Capital City Btoam laundry. All work called for and ilollvorcil. Satisfaction gunrnntood. Phono Main 105. 7-9-tf Ahh W(xm1 For Halo Win. llruwn & Co, 11D. Phono Main lOtood. HHiiitoy PoMoflleo Hon On and nftvr July 20, 1907, tho IiuatoMco svlll bo opon from 9:30 to 10 J 30 a. in, each Sunday. Public ploaso tako notice. ltMrH llunied .Tho burn nnd contonta belonging to. Dr. W. 8. Mott, on Commercial troot wiu destroyed by tiro last night, and for a tlmo It renulrod tho hardest kind of lighting to prevent tho llatuuH from uproadlnK to othnr barns, and to keep thorn from extend ing to IiIm bountiful Jufforaonian homo, tho Moullcvllo of tho Capital City. It U believed the lire blurted by h homo stopping on a match, which Ignited some alfalfa hay, umt tho llnmos woro noon boymul control Tho Hclo Fair Dr. A. Q. Prill, prosldont of tho Sclo Flno Stock and Agricultural Fair Association. nasKod through tho city this moriilng. Tho fair will ho hold October 2, 3, 4, and a noat pamphlot promlum Hot has been pub lished. It will bo known nn thn I. Inn county fair, and that llvo nowaiinnor ninn, T. L. DugBor, Is nocrotnry. Send for n copy of tho promlum list If you aro Interested In flno Btock or farm ing, and tho development of tho country. Tom Reynolds Hurt- Tom Itoynolds. 8r.. tho Wolls- Fargo ngont at UiIb city, had n bad fall Friday afternoon, whllo holplug load tho wngon for tho -1:30 train. Uo full off tho roar stops, botweon tho wagon nnd tho steps, In such n wny us to Hpraln one leg and his shoulder. Ho wiib obliged to uso a cano, and will bo Inconvenienced for 8ovorul days. (Suing to Ijiiio County- 8. W. Miles, of Polk county, ro turned today from Luno county, whoro ho bought 1C0 noroB of land noar Eugene. ho that ho can suud his children to tho State University. Ills placo Is on tho Slualnw stage road, llvo tnlloa west of town. For tho punt two yonra Mr. MUob has sunt hU uhlldron to tho Salem high sohool. Local HjKirU Tho Woolon Mill team dafoatod Tho dopurtmont was on tho ground tho Y. M. O. A. afbasobal. last night in a Jiffy, uiul with tho ohomlcal on- C to 2. Kino und Inwivy troama from hv ' drnnta had (nil control Tim Ilrat Aid Swlety to .Meet work of tlu. ehemlral kukIu wm Tho Aid Soriuiy of tho W. H. C very .atUfuctory. wl, nu,ot Hlh JuJ(n Knght- Two-thirds of Your Life 1H HIM3XT IN YOVIl 8II0IM MKSVK YOU SHOULD WKAU TIIK 1IKST. WE HAVE THEM OUR SHOES FIT tttUISriillSSIA- AND Gn K FltKKLY WITH KVKIIY SIOVK. MK.VT OF TIIK 1KT, AND TIIK PHICK IS K.SY Oregon Shoe Co. THC HOME OP GOOD SHOES J. G. Qrnhnm ia spending the day In Portland. MrB. Chhrles Allska, of Portland, is visiting Snlom friends. Mrs. Zndoc Itlggs hii8 gone to Port land for a few daya. Misses Lena and Mnrtha Schlndlor aro spending tho dny at Oladatono. Miss WIthycombo, of Corvnllls, is tho guest of Mrs. A. M. Cannon for a fow days. MIsa Edith Hazard has gone to Portland for a day. Mrs. Sam Kozor has gono to Astor It for a visit and outing In tho Son- Bldo city. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Dlnsmoro aro homo from a short outing at Now port. Mrs. M. A. Cough, mother of Mr?. T. C. Smith, Jr., left for n visit at 'Pllnntitn Imlnii MrB. Joo Dornnrdl and son, Fred, wont to DallaB rthls morning to re main ovor Sunday. Miss Vsta Irwin, tho llttlo daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Irwin, has gono to Portland for a visit. Mrs. Nnnnlo Hrnnt, of Rlflo. Colo rado, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ella Watt, of this city. Dr. Alice M. Hancroft, tho occullst, and mothor havo gono to honr Nance O'Noll play at Portland. Mr. Stenco and mothor, of Mnna lleld, Ohio, loft this morning for tho East after a vlalt with rolatlvos. Mrs. Hon Foratnor, Mra. John Knight and Mr. Adam Snydor. Ooorgo and Agnos McElroy loft todny for tho McElroy farm at Mon- roo, whero thoy will spond nbout a month vUltlng tholr grandmother, Mrs. Akuob McElroy. Mra. Dr. Klumph, of Chicago, for morly Mlas Ileale, a Salem ostoopath, who haa boon visiting frlonds at Jefferson nnd Salem, left for Ths Dallos today. Dan Tnrploy has locatod Ills fam ily In a cottage nt Newport, and, nf tor a visit with Salem frlonds, has returned to Portland, whoro ho Is !i busluuBS. Mrs. J. W. Hoovoa nnd Imhy. Mat- guorlto ?.olh, havo boon vUUIhk Sa lem frlonds. nnd wont tnrinv in vii, !hor fathor, F. E. Potorson. near Che- uiHwn. Hreozo Gibson and a party of thrtv or four frlonds, returned this morn ing from a ton days' outlne In the mountains. Ilrooio brought In a plen- ," pair oi oik norns which ert 'given him by an old frlond. County Judgo Moualek brought boy to tho State Hoform 8chol. Mud paid hla parents a visit In thu city. Ho says the Hakor City hlsh achool will bo glad to put In the one-yt-nr free normal courso provided for by Iho now school board, and that t wU bo a groat halo In Hrmi.n... toachora for that part of tho state. Itobbery at HrownsvUle. Tho Jewelry store of C. O. Ari.,i.. son at Hrownsvlllo was rahht t. Thursday night nnd about $200C , worth of Jowory was takon. The rob jbora drove a wagon up to the front Jdoor In tho latter part of the night ( broke opoa tho $tor and bauld away tho goods. Rlohard Sharif 'M.J !... I.II r .... ...vi .uttuirKue. a 6on of ox Sheriff Geo, MoHargue, woro suspect ed of tho theft and wore arrested Friday. On examination boforo tho Justice they were discharged, as thre was not aufliclent ovldonco to hold ivui. j-eonfton criterion. HIG HOP THANSACTION. I. L. Hower Sells' His Crop of Hops at a Sacrifice. ljist Year's Great One of tho largest transactions In hops thnt hns been mnde in Silverton for sovoral months wns consummntPd Monday evening when I. L. Bower Eold his entire lot of 190C hops to T. A. Llvoslov & Co.. of Salem. Tim lot consisted of 130 bales and the prlco received is too low to mention. Mr. Dower hold tho crop over hoping to recolvo a better price, but as there Is not much reason to hopo for nn In- croaso at tho present tlmo ho dis posed of them Monday for what thoy would bring. From nil appearances it was a groat sacrifice. Ho was of fered much more several months ago. At this rato of sale thoro is not much oncourngemont for hop growers, nnd unloBs hotter prlcos provnll this fall thoro will bo fower hops ralBod In Orogon next yonr. Tho transaction Mondny wns a losing doal for Mr. Hower. Llttlo haa boon dono In tho hop market during tho pnst fow months on account of tho low nrleu nn.l it ia doubtful If thoro will bo ninny hops moving botwoen now and tho tlmo for hnrvostlng tho new oron unlojs tho prlco tnkos a turn for tho beiior Sllverton Appeal. o Funeral of Mrs. Meyers. Tho funeral service over tho re mains of Mrs. Meyers, lato wife of tho well known Salem merchant, wob hold at the family residence, Rev. V. S Knight of the Congregational church conducting a brief but very appropriate and Impresslvo cere mony. Tho servlco nt tho cemetery was private and attended only by tho family nnd relntivcs of deceased Tho speaker delivered a beautiful eulogy of tho departed, from the golden text: "Well done, good and faithful servant; enter thou into the Joys of thy Lord." This text fully o.prcs8Cd tho tributo due to Mm. Meyors. All ronl life wns servlco of othors, and In her qulot nnd unpre tentious life wnB rounded up tho full iiioasuro of Borvlco from a wife and mother to thoso sho loved. Such an one could not be estimated, such n llfo could not be measured with words. Only tn tho hearts of thoso nonrost and denrcst wAh that estlmnto and thnt measurement possible to bo takon rightly. The floral tributes were many nnd beautiful, nnd expressed tho high ro- gard In which Mrs. Meyers was held by her friends. For Sale. Six-room lin... porches; two blocks from J mi juuus or rrult; CM water. Will sell for iio cash. Address "N" jourMl Notico On nnd aftor Julr . . ityon'fl roal oatat". loan, k and omplDymont offlon m i Commercial Hall, corner clt morclal and Center strwu. 6- W. D. Trover, Optlclan.--Fltl I in Eldrldgo Hotol. Coanft and oyo-tcstltig frco. Eetti for loost monoy. Wo gw satisfaction. 7.; A Distinguished Visitor. Prof. S. L. Umbach, D. D., of tho Union Dlblo Institute, Nnpowoll, I1H nola, who Is spending hi siimmm- vacation In mnklnc n tour of n,. West, will preach in tho Llbortv street nnd Chomokota stroot Evan gollcal churchos, on Sunday. Julv 21. at 11 a. m. nnd S p. m.. roaneetivniv And on Mondny evening, July 2' Prof. Umbnch will dollver one of his famous lectures. "Incident of Trnvni in ma noiy i.and." The lecturor made nn extensive Journoy In Pnlea tlno rocontly. and Is tharnfnrA in position to sjieak from personnl ob- surntion and exporlonco. Tho lec turo will be given In the Evangelical ohurch on the comer of Seventeenth and Chemeketa streets nost Mmwi... ovoning at S p. m.. and will i,a frn to ovorybody. a frea-wili n,i will be taken. Hun Over by Hay Hake. Whllo working in tho hay field on his farm noar Drownsvlllo last Saturday afternoon. Fmii RmiMi 1 prominent rosldont of that section, was run over by a team of horses which woro pulling a rake. Tho teeth of tho rako caught Smith nnd ho wns dragged a considerable dis tance. When found, Smith wns nn- conscious. His bond waa terribly lacerated by tho teeth of the rni. and thoro woro other severe Injuries on the man's body. For over twenty four hours Mr. Smith was in nn un conscious condition. Ho is yet irra tional as a result of his ininrif. Thoro aro hopes of hla recovery. .ouanon criterion. 0 His Llttlo Joke. At the breakfast table Good Fri day morning Wilfred was clvon n hot cross bun. It was very small, raUInloss and burnt. "Mn," said tho llttlo follow, dlsap polntodly, "this sooms to bo n hnt cioss bunko." Ex. Wanted nt Once six men' In Bawmill and lumbor yard 1 $2.25 to $2.75 per day. in Hoovor Lumber Co., Detroit, 7-lWt' Lost Light grey Enton mod with npllquo braid Jill tons. Flndor lenvo at flco and recelvo reward. HI For Sale Soreral touwi and farm lands at a barftk ltal National Bonk. 6-lt For Sale or Rent Attontlon 1 men nnd fnrmora, 320 cultivation, deep soil, tine I montfl, convenient to rail igation. This farm Is m ndnptcd for nursery buslnea qulro of owner, George 490 North Capital street, Orogon. 7-llWl Wanted WaitrcB Hotol. at Willi For Sale Eight acres of lul mllo sputh of city limits, on W eon road. 5 acres In hav. lin strawberries, balance in put" good houso nnd barn, good water, 2 wagons, all klndiolt also 3 cows, 4 hog3, 50 tbtt 1 cream separator. F. A. S Salem, Route No. 4. Phonal erB 93. 7- dishM t ICE CREAM and All Hers. "I'm told," said Miss Pepprey, uiHi your oriae Is very pretty." "Yos, Indeod," replied Mr. Con Soot. "Sovernl of the cuosts nt the coremony were pleased to mil it n wedding of boauty aud brains.' KOally? ShO niUSt h n rnmn. nble woman to have beauty and brains too." Philadelphia Press. Wanted Man to wash WUIamotto Hotel. Timber for Sale Thirty acrtt second-growth fir: some o!i nnd somo big eak: 2500 to) cords of wood on place To half miles from Salem Schutt, Salem, Routo 2 7-20 tf For Sale Twn vmmcr rirlvlne d-" well matched, weight about " each, also harnesses and li nearly now. Enquire C F. . son. 1039 Ferry St.. between V and Marion. 7-20-51" HMHMMnEnHnHMWHiH SODA WATER at the O. K. Store A. ENGELDAHT. Prop, Twelfth Street, uear tho Woolon Mill, You will find this a convenient place to get rofroehtuonu of the beat and to 4o your trading. Telephone orders,for Ice cream delivered. 'TIS Treatweut O. K. Have You Tried Those Fine Watermelons! ON SALE AT THE MOIR GROCERY CO 45S STATE PfWNEt82 Paon 123.