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DAILY CAP! TAfi JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1007.
s J. L. STOCKTON ill announce in a day or two a big special MONEY SAYING OPPORTUNITY Keep your eye on this column for bargains.... T4RKINGT0N IN SEARCH OF LOCAL COLOR PERSONAL MENTION Tho Famous Iloosler Story Writer lilts the Red Light District In Pur suit of Knowledge, nnd Is Jugged. J. L. STOCKTON, The Old White Comer IOW HORACE M'KINLEY ESCAPED TO SECURE UNIFORMITY. mc Under the Prison Walls (Jot iThreu Hoiir-a Start, and "With n J Wild Hn, Hn, ? l'l' ,,, ;Wood-4." College ProfeswirH Will Try to Reg ulate EnU-anee Requirement. f United PrcHs Loused Wire.) Portland, Doc. 20 According lo ednl reports recolved horo from kikdr-n, Mnnchurln, Hornco McKln- tho fttRltlvo land fraud defond L cleaned Jail at Mukden hy dig- iig IiIb wry to freedom umlor the son wnlls. This occurred on No- mbcr 11. nnd. although tho Chl- kso olllclnls, undor sharp commandB Bin tho Wnlwunu. tho administra te council of tho empire, put 300 eclnl nollcemon on his trnll tho fcxt dny, tho tlmhor grnftor has bo Ir mado good Ills oscapo. McKin- t. nl tho tlmo of his nrrost, was in In rmiilnv nf all llllliortlng home a. lukdrii, He was popular and well la pjngene. feci both in Manchuria ami m bhrhr M and Tien Tain. Telogrnphlc or E r-.. tli Wnlwunu at nri liimu i"i" " " . I 6kln to arrest McKlnloy on roquost om the Amorloan stnto dopart- on, nml a forco was dlspatohod to oifiniov'n lodcInEa at onco, and, Iter a short parley, took him to the mn Tin was locked UP. Dm B"' many concessions looking toward Is comfort Foar of sevoro pnnn.it- ent caused tho Chlnoso govornor delay reporting the oscapo of Mo- ilnirv fnr sovornl hours. He hoped fat ho might put It up to his relief, (United Proas LoaBod Wlro.) Albany, Or., Doc. 26. In an of fort to Booure uniform entrance re-1 quIremontB In tho colleges nnd uni versities of Orogon ,a 'committee of collogo profosflora will moot In 12u gon.j January 21, at tho tlmo tho Rhodes Bcholnrshlp contost will he decided, A oall for this moetlng has lwson lssuocl hy Prosldont Crooks, of Al bany college, who waB nppolntod chairman of a commlttoo for thla purposo nt tho mooting of the high school. Bosldos Proaldent Crooks, tho members of thlrt committee nro Pros ldont J. II. Coloman, of Wlllnmotte Unlvorslty, Prosldont William Fer ris, of Paclllo Unlvorslty; Piosldent P. L. Campbell, of tho Unlvorslty of Oiocon. nnd Proeldont W. J. Korr, of the Oregon Agricultural oollago. After Its meeting next month the commit tee will mako It report at the next meeting of the State Teacher' Asso ciation, which will be held next July (United Press Leased Wire.) Indianapolis, Ind., Doc. 26. Booth Tnrklngton, tho well-known, popular wrltor, Is today wondering whether or not the prosent rago for realism In lltorntniro Is after all Justified by tho results ohtninprf. ITnrlr of thla horotlcal doubt Is a story In real life of n well-known author of tho Indi ana school of romance who loft h!3 wnrm hearlhsldo, and In tho glow of Christmas ovo wandered Into tho parlors and hnuntn of tho socially drowned, In order to securo "local color' for a projected Christmas story. Tho young author hoped to sell thla story to somo popular maga zlno next Juno, and In this way secure tho necessary wherewithal to prop erly obsorvo the natal dny next year. Now ho hopes ho mny be nblo to soil It In tlmo to pay his fine. Whon tho pollco finally corralled tho aspiring young author nnd put a sudden brnkj on his search for "local color" tho namo of D. Tarklngton, which has graced so many book covors, nnd added lufltro to the pages of so many magazlncH, was on tho books of tho de-k Borgcant of pollco. Tnrklngton colobrntod tho day lus tily and well. Ho foil Into tho hands of tho pollco, who nttomptod to dls Mindo him In his oxpcdltlon. Rut tho author would not bo dissuaded. "What," he domandod of tho guar dians of tho clty'B poaco. "Do you know of this soaroh after tho Idcnl. I daro you to toll mo tho basic princi pals of the nrt of Tolrtol In contra distinction to those of Km 1 1 Zola." "Wo novor got Tol 'o," roplled tho ofllcer, "nnd I have not hoard Zola doing any work In Indianapolis slnoe the rnmpnlgn of 'OG, hut you go to the atntlon and ttll It to tho sor- uennt." And Ilooth Tarklngton, author of U0HdnyH. .. .. i-.ii.... i J. C. Kaiser, of Dolse, Idaho, Is vis iting his mother, Mrs. M. J. Kaiser, of this city Mr. Kaiser was former ly or Salem, where he has a wldo cir cle of Crlpnds. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savngo have returned from Albany, noar whore they spent Christmas with relative. E. A. Rhoton, field editor of the Pacific Homestead. who spent Christ mas with his family In Marlon, ha3 returned to this city. E. L. Irvin, the shoe dealer, spent Christmas in Albany. Miss Hester McKay, of Tumor, af ter spending Christmas at her homo in Turner, returned to this city this city this morning. Perry Jones, tho popular athloto of tho Salem high school, has roUirned to his homo In this city, after visit ing relatives In Albany. C. B, Crosno, of Toledo, Lincoln county, has been appolntod a notary public. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Connoll, who havo been visiting Salem friends, loft last ovenlng for Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ward, of Al bany, nto Christmas dinner with rel atives In this city. A. N. Palmor, Miss Phoebo Pnl- mor and Miss Allco Jones wont to Al bany yesterday to visit rolatlvos. Mr. and Mra. 0. W. Jory nnd daughtor, MIbs Grace, aro tho guests of rolatlvoB and friends In Tumor. Mrs. C. L. Brown has rcturnod to hor homo In Eugene, after having spent Christmas with frlonds nnd rol- ntlvos In this oily. Mr. and Mra. J. II. Schwlnglo. who woro Christmas guosts at tho Doyon'n homo, havo returned to their homo In Corvallls. They woro ac companied by Miss Lena Doyens, of this city, who will visit a few dayB In Corvnllls. Hon Stnnton and n. Honsloy, of Spoknno, Washington, aro visiting the lnttor's brother, Ralph Honsloy, of this city. Mlohaol MoEvoy has gono to spond n weok at Newport. Harry Wlllson, of Portland, U visiting In tho olty. Halph Mntthows, of tho University nf Pnllfnrnln. In homo to 8 DO ml the " ---.,., - ---. du i r l BOSTON BROWN BREAD FLOUR Is Self-rising. It makes GrwuOnc Bcown Bread, Toothsome Quick Btoctdt, aad a GLORIOUS BOILED PUDDING Sold by All Gc ooeri DIED. CORTHERS. In East Salem, Wed nesday, December 25, 1907, at 7:30 a. in., Mrs. Anna Corthors, aged 80 years. Bosldo an aged husband Bho laves a son, Richard Corthors, of this city, to mouru hor doath. Tho funeral sorvlcos will bo con ducted from tho Episcopal church Docembor 27, nt 1:30 p, m. Inter- mont In tho Lee Mission comotery. TORRID ZONE FUNARCE DIED. VAN PATTON. At tho family homo on Twenty-first stroot, this, Thurs day morning, Docombor 2C, 1907, at 11 a. m A. F. Van Patton, ngod 70 years, G months and G daya, of paralysis. Ho was well known In this city, whero ho loaves, bosldos his rela tives, a wldo clrclo of loving' frlonds. Tho noar rolatlvos living, besides his wlfo, nro thro OBons, Olaronco Van Patton, of this city; Voddar Van Pat ton, of Soulsbyvlllo, California, and Frooman Van Patton, of Salem. Tho funornl orrangomontso havo not boon comnlotod, but will bo con ducted from tho family homo next Saturday. Tho announcement will appear lator. o Pyrography llullw At tho Fair Storo. n ' HHBHflv BBBsBBBBBBBBBBBSjmBsBssBs I'BBBBBBBBBBJBBJBjBJJBJn 3bHB The abovw out represents our brick Use Torrid Zone Furnaw. Guaranteed sjs, awoke and duet proof. Beoaeedeei a4 durable. A. L. FRASER sW WCATK STKKKT. I Etlmatt fimUelied on heatlag ad so escape censure. Whon the kspnrn nf McKlllleV W8S IlltlmatOly fought to tho attention of the ofll- irs tho prisoner had fully troe 3UT8' start Tho noxt day me i OKLAHOMA WILL GET MILLIONS (Unllod Prone Lonsod Wlro.) Washington. Dec. 20. The treas ury of tho Btato of Oklahoma will goon havo a pllo of govommeni gum. tho "Oontlomnti from Indlnna," "Mouslour Benuonir" and other woll known voIuiuob, took a quick rldo to tho official rosldonco of tho chief of pollco. There Ills enso was contin ued nintll Saturday. Aftor ho was rolonsod Tarklngton talked to a ntim bor of roportors. o THE STATE OR SALEM SHOULD PAY (iiiniuiii Oovernmiint Ahks That Hith er Im StnU or City Pay. Dirk for Ills Wounding by Policeman nil hick a Year Ago. Today the state mode a requisition upon the treasury for 1500.000 of the total bonus of I&.000.000 recent ly appropriated by congrew for com- mon sohool purpose in iw i putb Bin mo uvv - . inion sonooi wriuw - , n1lnl unnlUirOll liefOrO the l,.ltln.. ...na n Tflfl nillB IllQd bY iceroy and offorod their resignation?! cortfl8d copy 0f the nocweary act be Mceroy gave tnom i "" " i,y tn0 gtate legiauuur ct McKlnloy's rooapture. Theyj 0 llfd to do this, nnd will probably degraded In rank. (CHANGED EDITORIAL Work of Anonymous Lettern. fContlnued from page four.) Dodman. Mass., Dee. 26.Tvo anonymous letfors were given to th nnu tndav. and are believed to be responsible for the Jealous rage .hii, ,irnv Dr. Walter B. Ameebury to kill his talented wife, who warn . ... . u...i.. nt TTnanoke ,.P Airf( meinuer oi w iw - -- couRTESiESoratsi,.,?;.mo:":r"",-s I The letters reflected oh the honor o. Drnv r. Colo , Dec 26.-As the hh wife. J'-rinntjon of a long and muer- f ught newspaper war between prao- Tom M". Patterson .otiuor Some Clirlhtnuw Miinlew. tt.,1.1 Praaa Leased Wire.) WUkeebarre, P.. D. 6. Two nor of the Denver News an, ---J frQm chr,atroag Cel Tlmos. and F. U. uoui.w. i"",. ht p,.8Hk 5tmm r nf th rnvr Post. Bonflls to-,a,on8 " ...,,,, uiaUd 17 as-aulted the aged senator a wa wnkaowa men. Oeorge as leaving his home, ana ,"' - uljbail by Bi, brotker-lB- lm reverely. The inciting cause ,- aB tbe two were A. . Aitnrifl niii" . . ! a 3 explosion was au w.. , from a Cnrisira iw- ck unon Bonflls and his partner. gS Mmen. In one of the Patterson pa irs which charged that the pro- flerr3 of the pp5t wero exeruus M'-e Influence upon the buslaess ea of Denver to secure patronage. IKemp's Balsam is a safe cough re, for it contains nothing that can itm you u is the best cough cure, It costs no more than any other CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children. Ill Kind You Have Alwajs lN(M Beap the gignatura of Governor ChamberUlu today re ceived a communication from the Btato denttrtment at Washington. transmitting a demnnd from the Im perial German embassy at Washing ton asklnir that the state or the olty of Salem make Indemnity to Francis Xavler Dick, a German miujeet, who was shot at Salem In November, iflflG. bv Polieeman Buslck. Tha Gorman ambassador quotes the statement of Dlstrlot Attorney McNary that Daek was Injured by a cky official through no fault ot nis. The ohanoollor of tho German om plre allogos that his Injuries wore aevere, and that his ability to earn llvollhood are materially unpairoo. i .in i.n ralled that Dr. Mora had to take out several sections of his Intenetlnee, and patch up several hniM tlwouKh his Btomach. Tha Carman ambaaeodor. iero- burg. eaya that the atate or city "can- mil to racoKHlae that le granuMis of au indemnity to tae InJire,! maa by the sUte of Oregoa or he oy oi Salem, la whoa sorrioe the polie offleer wa. and whose iutereats be thoHSkt be wa rvlg uWg to arr Diek, woW As tbe fOTerior viewn v . tbe ataU m ItaWHty 1 b. j ur. and U wd that the eltr empire. VSOIM SAM I'lXOllHIi. May Have to Uk Itankew to Turn nun- Donoslt. Waahlagtoa. Dee. SI -" today bad a worklag balaaee of Mb a Wfle over IJ.0O.000M. oaab. H posited . nations, an,, however. 248.55.M7. Thare Toll impreasion Ut tbU wlU be largely ealled in ". - actual DMd of this money en the part of the banks Is over. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlos A. Wilson, of Portlnnd, Hpont Chrlstmaa with tho lattor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sohultz, of this olty. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Ruot nnd family, of lndopondonoo, nro visiting relnttvos In this olty. Govornor Chamberlain's mother Is recovering from Injuries sustained by hor reoent fall. Chief Justice Bean has returnod from Eugene, whero he was cnllod by the lllneea of his mother. She Is re potted muoh better. Mra. P. Walah ad daughter. Anna, laft today for Cottage Grove, where they will visit rolntlveir. Mis N. M. WlteoH left this morn ing for a visit l Albany. Mlea Miibel Robertson. a sUtdtwt in Uie University of California, Iim roturned to her home In this olty to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Mlokey, ot Jiinotlon City, hare returned to their home, nfter vlHltlng in thla olty. Mr. and Mrs. II. Hoff and Mrs. . D. Hunt, of Portlnnd, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hoff. of this olty. Mrs. Hoff and Mrs. Hunt, of Portland, are sisters of Mrs. Hoff. of Salem. Mia Hllea Anderson left this mornlne for Albany, where she will visit relatives and friends for a few day. Mra. John Stelwer aad dangle" have goae to Turner to vtalt frteadi and relatives. nv. II. A. Katohum, of Baker City. Ib vlaltlng relatives and friends In this olty. Mies Hal IUg awl w ' navu. of Portland, are visiting their oousln, Miss lMilQ Cronise, of this c,ty- Mrs. Harry Stapleton, after vlen lug relative and frieHds Iw this elt. has retaraed to her home la Kos- n Siaitk left tbb) tftoraiag ior Turner, where Ue will attend tha faneral of the late If. 0. '"c" will bo held la Ttrnr WW auer- aja. Mlbs Llzzlo Rnmp nnd Miss Alfa Smith aro In Turner to attend tho Nmeral of tholr grandfather, tho lato II. G. Hall. - Lane's Family Modlclno ennnut savo nil doctor hills, but can snva a good shnro of them. One two-shilling pnekngo hns kept n wholo family In good health for a year. A Victim of Slot MnchlueH. (United Pross Leased Wlro.) Tnoomn, Wash., D(5o. 20. W. B. Payne, who made a fortune In tho slot- mnohluo business hero, wnB thrown Into Jail last night on a vi- Krnncy charge. Pnyno was tho plon- feer slot mnohluo man of Tacomn, bringing tho machines horo many yoara ago, when Taooma was n wide- open town, and mado monoy no fast that It turned his head. He had 19 mnehlues. and oloarod more than S100 dally on onoh of thojn. He plunged Into nil kinds of dissipation, and the opium hnblt aoqulred n tor- rlbly strong hold on him. lie Is now peuullees. Q- For any of tho ordinary dlseasos of the skin Chamborlaln's Balvo Is oxoollont. It not only nllaya tho Itehlng and smart but effects a euro For sale at Dr. Stono'a drug storo. Salem Fence Works Headquarters for Woven Wlro Fencing. Netting, Plokots, Oatos, Malthold Rooting, P. & B. Ready Rooflng All at lowost prices. Walter Morley 250 Court St Salem, Ore. Yi,io; tmk Rwrr hoat twk KAMXLT KTHK HAD Can be ebUlaM from our prlsst tender tad Jaler beef, muttoa or pork. AU ear aseats are aelectM from the caoloeot, and propared for tho table to suit the domands of tbe fastidious. Our bMom aro lower for quality tbaa yon can find at any placo In Bales, K. O. OKOSjH, Phono Ml. 70 State tH cmmmhrni 111 .. .!. - A -l -,. Ll-Il A. W.-. tiiTl. i Wl5H.raJ . Ll .tiitVJ D!!Vt bo, 0Mtl 1it hl Itt4. CllWjlBB MNAflM I'iJA.hAJ Ul . -."-. --.-- . .. . . - ywiBWwuiHM,9ft(i Aitrnuuu BMfKXtST.SniHtMM1 SALEM WATCH COMPANY omem onr kall. For water aerrtee applr a oaleo. Hills payable MMtfely (a advaaee. jTj q.S Tv T v i'w ma Bad a ooack era JQ tmd 9 Una wlU euro ' o8h- Kemp'f nalaam. tbe boat W will do It. AU druggiets 11 U far 21 eanta. LAROKBT FACIL.IT1 IN Till W8T r TUB PRODUCTION satis t wmu mini ' r- om MaaUhaaat. of P.Vtiaaa. tpt Cbristwaa la this ally. William 8Uhihm, aiw viiU to relative la thla ally, has re turned to hli home la Browaivllls. i IF YOU KNEW The merits of the Texas Wonder, you would never suffer irom ' bladder or rheumatic trouble. M bottle two months treatment, sold bTtruggt or by ma... 8d for tesumonials, Dr. B. W. Hall, Ollre itreot, Bt. Louis. White as Christina sShow Ira. Ila nJilftn tllftt Ml III to f TO III th Salem Steam laundry. The flnlsh is faultless, tho worn is perieoi n t ery detail. A single trial will con .in., ...i nf thu aznerlence will iihow jrou that hla pwfaojloii . U steadily mBinium i,w.v.--guaranteed SALEM UUNDKY CO. MOU.ITEH' Rocky Nkuortahi Tea Nugget 1 lint Mtdids tot Dair FmbU DrJsH 014a HdA " iubiwm vijor mijmviua ir ww"'" ...--'-- ----- Ti tfuliier TrouW, Mutwl, Uionu, iiuiwi mi lluHit Trout!. Mutvl!!. Uionu, iunir i.i. : j ii., f ilrutl. HIuckmIi Dowi uAiiant 136-16C Liberty Bt. Phone 25 mrrrKiuvuT hhrad. It Is wortb mora than aay otbr bread, yet tbe price U no higher for sale at yocr grocer's. oALxroftNiA nuamt. Thoasu ft Oeotar. fra. klfl MMMV -- ' - -"- U.I form cOl n U tw .Inr inU by C0LDEN NUQQET0 FOB SALI-0W PEOfLI weirs aWa?BBaBBJ jvJMraFI V FKNCKFEIMU PILL. ilin. Cwmikim Biu fc,Stfr...MMltj.lwJ lll lum tillU. bkl lul : lrl X-1U. k.l. IKK ami iwaalll llf- UWITC0WtWtft..T4. UHfcttitK. !. Sotf I Stkm bf Ik. S. C Stors, mi !"" .i jj fia AV1HUE loT'oinm eiTS!aiitb a Aaytaaa ayeaat. W. u, wr, a-re ariatar. ....-.. Bd All druircrtBta sell It. v '