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DAILY CAPITAL JOUIINAL, HALRM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, J007
"m M1IIH1MIMI1III iiiHHiiiin mxiiim h niiim NO LET UP IN HARRIMAN PROSECUTION PRESENT?? ! Early Christmas Offerings I hlnai 8uU,.i"T' " r-or ,. U t. .. ir sj 'zr: tho articles mJlTtel wforusolntholibr0' in a hail. "braryord HOLIDAY PRESENTS s-s " As an inducement to early Holiday buyers we. offer a DISCOUNT OF JO TO 25 PER CENT M H M M H 2 For the balance of the month of November on everything in our well selected 2 stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Umbrellas, etc. OUR CHRISTMAS LINE OF HOLIDAY ARTICLES IS MOST COMPLETE MecHons made bow may be left in our care at buyer's pleasure on making a small deposit A PARTIAL LIST OF XMAS SUGGESTIONS: 1 m m M M M M M M M M M n FOR MEN Watches from . . $1.50 to $100.00 Watch Chains from . . 1.00 to 20.00 Cuff Buttons from . . 50c to 25.00 Mi and Silk Fobs from . 1.50 to 15.00 Signet and Set Rings, Scarf Pins, Emblem Charms, Lockets, Studs, Tie Clasps, Match Safes, Unibrel las, Smoking Sets, Sharing Cups. FOR LADIES $2.50 to $100.00 2.25 to 25.00 Watches from Long Chains from . - Bracelets from . . . 1.25 to 30.00 Brooches from . . 1.00 to 75.00 Necklaces from . . .1.00 to 15.00 Fobs, Chatelains, Pendants, Lavalliers, Crosses, Cuff Pins, Beads, Earrings, Dress Pins, Rings, Thimbles Toilet Sets, and many articles too numerous to name M M M M M PREPARINGTHECASE GOVERNMENT WILL TRY AND REGAIN POSSESSION OF ORE GON LANDS CEDED TO HAIL. IIOAI) COMPANY. n ALL GOODS! MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES Everything Guaranteed, Remember a substantial discount on every purchase. Leacftng Jeweler and Optician Only one on Comercial CoAS H. HIFnGES? ENGRAVING FREE 23 Commercial St. MMRIIllMMIIIIMIIRHIIIlRMlllillllHIRIIMHlMRMRllllllllllMMHll w m m m m m m m m n BNDEAVOR TO PROVE HER MHNTAIj STATUS MONDAY Washington, D. C, Nov. 23. Tho tlufonao la tho Dnulloy enno is today preparing for n strugglo with tho In-, uanlly oxports on Monday. Tho do fonBo i hopeful of acquittal. Tho lout link In tho Insanity ilofonso wan Xormod hy ShrowBbury, the defoml 4unt'a Ainclo, who told of the Insanity 1n tho Dnulloy family. "Wo will wliow that the defendant wxik ernay." in Id Powers today. "Dr. 32 van h. who rooetrod $1000 n day In tho Thaw vmq, wh ho Rtrongly con "Vlncod of tho defendant' mental condition that ho will toitlfy on our wldo tor nothing." ' o ft. Dimerous Deadlock Nihat omttmos tormlnatoa fatally, Is ih stoppage of Uvor nnd bowel func tions. To quickly ond this condition without dlBagroonblo BonsntlonB, Dr. tKlng's New Llfo Pills should always bo your romody, Gunrantood abso lutely natlsfactory In ovory caso or money back, at J. C. Porry'a drug toro, 2 Be. n AfARRlED. COWDRMY DAVIE. At tho Ma rlon county court houso this after noon nt 1:30 o'clock, Lorona O. Cowdrey to Victor V. Davlo, Rov. Frank Culver officiating. Both young people nro of Stnyton, vhoro they have a wide olrclo of rtanda. i i o ' Chapped hands aro quickly cured by up lying Chamberlain's Salvo. Price 25c. For sale by Dr. Stono'a Jrug storo. SOME SPORTING EVENTS (). A. P. (o Los Angers. Corvallli, Or., Nov.-88. Tho O. A. C. football oleven leaves tonight for tho Thanksgiving gnmo nt Lob Alt geloa with St. Vlncont'i college. Ulghtoon mon, Including Coach Nor orosi and Mnnngor Groonhnw, will mnko tho trip. Tho mon will prob ably be: Emily, Dobbins, Harding and Cndy, onds; Donnott, Jamison nnd Finn, tnekloa; Duulnp, Ponder grasa and Barbor, guards, Kolly, con tor; Gagnon, quartor; Coopor ana RlnoHnrt, halves; Wolff and Loonoy, fullbnoks. Tho. California tonm haa dofoatod everything that camo tholr way this Bonson. DISASTROUS ROW IN NEWSPAPER OFFICE. (United Press Lonsod WIro.) f- Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 23. O. D. Woodward, prosldont of tho Pojt, was sorloMsly woundod nnd Manag ing Editor II. J. Graves was slightly woundod today by R. C. Horn, nn od ltorlul writer. Horn, who ownod stock in the papor, was notlflod tint he was dUohurgod. Horn, In sur rendering to tho oHlcors, oxolnlmod; "Thoy robbed mo." O. D. Woodward Is tho lossoo of two thoRtros In Kansas City, owns tho Boyd thoatro In Omahn, and con trols a string of piny hoiisos In tho Mlddlo West. , Mornu In tho Sixteenth. ' San FranoUco, Nov. 23. After bolng n short-onder nil through tho early hotting, Owen Moran was bnokod into favoritism about throe hours boforo his fight with Frankle Noll last night, and tho scrappy little subject of His Majesty King Edward mado good for his supporters by stop ping Noll In the sixteenth round. Sonttlo, Wash., Nov. 23. lottor received by tho Soattlo Dally Star today from Tommy Burns says that ho will fight Gunner Molr Decem ber 2 nt'the National Sporting Club, nnd If successful will mnko (9000. A Rollnblo Remedy for Cronp. Mrs. S. Roslnthal, of Turner, Mich lean, says: "Wo havo used Cham- borlnln'a Cough Medicine for our- boIvos and child ron for sovornl years and like It very much. I think it Is tho only romody for croup and can highly recommend It." For salo at Dr. Stone's drug store. $ $ W-UM 1 1 i g I Ml 1 1 I lit I i J J fy&y Month in the Year I Bviaga its curront bills. One way to puy thorn Is to go from placo to place, carrying tho money with you, at tho risk of loss aud tho chance of over looking the taklug of a receipt, and having soma of It to pay over agnlu. Tho convenient busl noss-llko way Is to pay all bills by chock, no matter how small, A chock la tho best recolpt you can havo. Paying out money la this way luauroa corroctnoae aud gives you a completo rec ord of all money paid out. Open a Checking Account With Us. SALEM STATE BANK i Football Events. Carlisle S, Chicago 4. Yalo 12, Harvard 0. I Wisconsin 17, Mlnnosotn 13. I Goinpers Re-Elected, ; Norfolk, Va., Nov. 23. Tho Fed oration of Labor today ordorod an assessment of one cont a month on all mombors undor tho Jurisdiction of tho federation. Tho money Is to ho usod In fighting the open-shop In Los Angelos. When they get buR dent funds Prosldont Gompers will ordor a goneral strike In Los Angeles to compol unionization. Presldnt Gompers was re-elected by acclamation. Multl Hafld, tho pretender to tho .Moroccan throne, was defeatod- with hoavy slaughter .In a general on- gngomont with tho sultan's troops. A cougar or lynx has ben terri fying resident at Wahl, Wash., and Salem, Oregon U if II 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 an offort la being made to capture it. The Rink Thoro was tho usual "Sooloty Evening" glvon at tho Auditorium Tuosday night, whloh was attondod by an enthusiastic crowd of skaters. Thoro Is -always a very largo audi enco and a number of performers on tho llttlo rollers present Saturday ' evenlugs. The rink Is conducted In a business manner, tho rules of tho management being strictly enforced as to tho elimination of all rough-nova. REGULAR DINNER. Soup. Oyster. Fish. Fried Halibut, with Tomato Sauce. Entrees. Chloken Fricassee. Veal with Dressing. Ronst. Turkey nnd Cranberry Sauco. Goose nnd Apple Sauce. Pork Prime Ribs of Boot. Vegetables. Mashed Potatoes. Creamed Turnips. Dessert. Oraugo Pudding. Pies. Mince. Apple Apricot. Extras. Pickled Pigs' Feet Coffe. Tea. Milk. Gooso or Turkey Dinner, 35c. ELITE HOTEL, E. EOKERLEN, Prop. o .- By handing over to the Japanese embassy of Japan a check of $24, 303,200, Rus3la today wiped out the balance ot her war debt. SWINDLER DENNETT IS ARRESTED IN ST. LOUIS. (Unltod Press Lonsod Wire.) Portland, Nov. 23. With no other nssot than his wlulnng smllo, J. H. Donnott, of St. Lcwils, soourod from tho Portland Trust Company, of thla city, $2600 on sovornl chocks, nnd bunoood a scpro of tho most promt nont merchants In Portland. Don nott has Just boon nrrostod In St. Louis, whoro ho Is well known. Ho will bo brought to Portland at once to stand trial on a chnrgo of having forgod tho nnmo of Chnrlos S. Clnrko vlco-prosidont of tho Missouri Pacific railroad, to chocks for nearly $10, 000. Tho local officers of tho Plnkorton nnd tho Amorlcan Bankers' Protec tive Association havo boon working upon tho caso slnco Inst August. Superintendent Bonnott, wearing n celluloid collar, nnd genornl air of a prosperous farmer, gavo tho trust company checks aggregating $10, 000 signed by Clnrko for collection. In return tho bank gnvo Bennett n deposit rocolpt. On tho Btrongth of this doposit rocolpt ho secured a largo amount of valuablos from Port land Jewelra, a loan of $200 from L. E. Cartor .of tho trust company and cashed a chock for $1400 on tho bank. (Unltod Prosa Leased Wtro.) Washington, Nov. 23. As an ad dltlonal Indication that tho adminis tration has no Intention of lotting up In Its prosccAttlon of Hnrrlmnn nnd tho Hnrrlmaq, roads, B. D. Town sond, assistant United States attor ney for North Dakota, arrived In Washington Thursday to roport to tho nttornoy-gonornl for special duty. Tho algnlflcnnco of this lies In tho fnct that, during tho paBt five months TowiiBend hns boon in Oregon pre paring tho govornmont enso against tho Southern Pnclflc in tho mnttor of proposod forfoltfuro of about $C 0,000, 000 worth of land granted to the Hnrrlmnn road during tho past 10 yonra. Tho claim will ho advanced by tho govornmont that tho terms of tho grant havo not boon compiled with In various respects. Townsond will, It is understood, bo naslgned to work up tho ovldonco ho hns Bdurcd and prepare tho caso for trial undor tho porsonal super vision of Bonnpnrto. Ab thoro ha3 boon a tondoncy In somo qunrtors to accuBo tho attornoy-gonornl of chron Ic proscrnstlnntlon, It Is supposod that ho wishes to ubo this opportuni ty,' If not othora na well, to confouul his detractors. 1 RRYAN FINDS FAULT WITH ROOSEVELT'S WAY. (Unltod Press Leased Wire.) Washington, Nov. 23. William J. Bryan, after a conference with Presi dent Roosevelt today, said that the govornmont would havo acted more wisely by "beginning at the other end to restore confldenco." Ho would havo tho government gain confidence of tho depositors by coming forth as a guaranteor of tho national bank deposits. CI CORTELYOU SATISFIED WITH CERTIFICATE SCHEME. (United Press Loasod Wire.) Wushlngton, Nov. 23. Tho pro nouncod success of tho three per cent certificates onablos Secretary Cor tolyou to defeat every plan for the purchase of tho certificates for spec ulative purposes. Only Individual showing that the purohase price has not been drawn from tho bank will bo favored. n John Dyan, a Sonora, Cal saloon keeper, was shot but not fatally In jured by an unknown man who en tered tho saloon and attacked Ryan from tho back room. -O- Portland Clearings $577,511, balances $115,642, CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE ADJOURNED TODAY. (Unltod Press Loasod WIro.) Sacramonto, Cal., Nov. 23. Tho apcclnl Bosnion of tho loglslnturo ad journed slno dio this nftornoon. o Miniature Ironing Board. A Bliuplo llttlo gift that may bo made for a friend who Is going awny from home la n small Ironing board of a cizo suited to n toy Iron. Cut n plcco vt nsbvstus tho hIzo required aud inaLo t linen cover for It, with u button aud buttouholo nt end. Thla la usoful for pressing out collars and rlbbo.is. Twino Dox For Dosk. A twlno box Is n now dusk nrticlo that la alwitya handy. This can ho mado by covering n tin can or round wooden box with plgakln. Thuro Bhould Ik u lid with two holes, through which tho twlno may bo pullud, aud between tho holes n piece of harp kiotnl on which tho string may bo ot I heu necessary. Denfncss Cannot Bo Cured by local applications, as thoy cannot roach tho dlsoasod portion of tho onr. Thoro is only one way to euro deaf ness, and that Ib by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucou3 lining of tho Eustntchlan Tube. When this tubo la Inflamed you have a rumbling? sound or Jmporfoct hear ing, and when it la entirely closed, deafness la tho result and unless tho Inflammation can be taken out and this tubo rostorod to Its normal con dition, hearing will bo destroyed forovor; nlno cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which la nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mu cous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hund'red Dollars for any caso of Deafness (caused hy catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., io- ledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c, Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. CLOCK AUD CHBmu .- Srliu8 erIV8 WfflbtolUW tennis. Thor mr k ..,. rod or brawn n-iiu- ,.. . I" i correspond, nnd the oumi or more often hlsmonosrinUbl' letters mny be had by mTST mentation. f ' For the nutomobllUt whHkV KBOHUdtiiTii 'Qobiii it a Uttttltyfcl protector CODM ll& COM cr ifc Tb ulk foriHiu' notes tetatf ficieotlj laj allow tbt bV to go T3 the lr b (a In Kttbwt t? coDTestatt a the irodtf, l the dm H nrdkti i 6 cioAit ruoiEwon. rate cf mL For the yachting cntboitut tm is nn nttractlro llttlo clock mttoi brnss nuil wood to rcprcnt i i!tti wheel. For tlio benefit tt l wiioBo spaco is limited Is tbt M rack that U Intended to bin; n 4 wall. A siimll colored rrtntzn It nt the top, nnd the boob in tf flclently Ions to allow the brain k hong eo that the brittle Lm tceted. A new wliUk broom hii t Mnl for n holder, while the brooa Ml 0 0 lntwaS21 m CASTOR I A Por Infants and Ohildron. Thi Kind You Havi Always Bought &i Boars the Signature of rfutf. For Sale 5 acres of very fine land onehalf mllo east of fair grounns. good 4-room house and barn and chicken houso, land all cultl" vatlon and all fenced, plenty of good water, a few fruit trees, 2 acrea of loganberries and 2000 loganberry plants, all for $950; $300 cash, balance on easy terms. Call or address 827 Broadway. Sa lem. Or. 1 l-23-3t iiiinntf AKD WHIsr 8B00UB6U , i.na n ipiithor handle, vA I vf feetlve wntch hanger U tl sbnpo of n stirrup In hrta. ! hanging from a mH hum- An liwKpwilvi W j . w"!. ". rsrtw people often think It U mJ-J ortwfewerBtajfiwflS ennt results. In the WW avorago child p.efers., as strnpiy w would be. , uii -,-. lut Christen W - hand, to b taken off tf 1 will. Th. dress IJJ J -ier plaltS 8IO0S5 w "? jrf It ua linen bad W rr . jm !.UWWI.MS"J "&Em The .lippa fJ gbht .til f? n-'-lfi P.,th.oinc rrrirlorffoisuirf. will appreciate tWf ceatllneaband ruD a double "JifcltJS through It o Otitis ?, up. MsWW'T-jiJ flaTW'ri tcercniei - bag. ..ji . .jinnf' ... .M TW "..,,, t nnnnei v - - jtlllf ..llnfflStI?.:i rThr 3 BM8".:.!-1 Das ZJrrib, a"; fcssawafl nlacea '"r.tot of lbjbtffi UfUl. - ".A,vf Should 'tl n.lnc TOO "w . .. fI S Take NM'Olti' ni harm'" For sale dr BT.1'