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DAILY OAPIJAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1008.
i r J. L STOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER I Men's ,Rajn Cut ; Prices "W .? CHAMPION OF THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR Prominent Man, Once the Adrocats of Popular Rights, Has Fallen Into Evil Ways no omers can uonst ot a bottor stock of rnln coats than wo carry. Thoy might claim to have aB good, but If thoy say "better," thoy aro wrong, be cause wo carry tho very best lino on tho market and prlco - them ao far below tho other fellow that tlicro Is no compar ison. If you look at our coats you will bo our customer. Sale prlcos prevail. (United Press Lease Wire.) Lincoln, Nob., Jan. 10 Qhancel lor E. Benjamlrf Andrews, of !iho Un iversity of Nebraska, is said to havo placed his resignation In tho bands of itho regents of tho Institution to tako effect at iho pleasuro ,pf tho board. Tho roport Is that tho resignation was bropght about because of the unpopularity of tho Chancellor' championship of Rockefeller and his- sollcltaottig of endowment funds froraMJiie! Standard Oil magnate. Pro.3ldont Andrews Is on the pen sion1 Hat of Uio. Rockefeller endow. ment fyind. and hits futuro Is provided Ym- McHugh, h clerk has been ty 'during tho days of free sllvor, whjc'h causo ho championed, and It was because of that championship thajtjBryan andttio other sllvor peo- plb placed lilm at the hoad of tho Ne braska Institution. OCTOGENARIAN WOMAN WANDERS FROM HOME EVERY COAT REDUCED AMl'SKMKXTS. The Kllnger Grand. CuHlgun's Nashvtllo Studonts. Auditorium Holler Rink. Morning, nftornoon nnd ovonlng fusions. Tho Vnudotto. Moving plcttfroa and Illustrated ongs, every nfternoon and evening except Sundny and Monday afternoons. KLINGER-GRAND THEATRE - Week Commencing Jan, 0. COLLIQ VN'S ORIGINAL LABOR HAS ITS RIGHTS (United Press Leased Wiro.) Dolllnghnm, Wash., Jan. 10. Mrs. White, tho octogenarian mother of Honry A. White, druggist, wandered from hor son's homo on ' EllBworth strcot Inst oyonlng, nnd hns not boon found. Her family nnd the police aro both searching diligently for her. White stntos that his mother, who Is 80 years old and fooblo, loft homo early In tho evening, her departure being unnoticed at tho time. It Is feared that Mrs. Whlto has sufferod somo fall or other ncoldont, ns sho Is far from strong, and could not woll havo wandered far homo. Richest Woinnii In tho World. If you havo been n part of tho hurrying throng that dally Jostles down lower Broadway, you may havo soon hor. Such a lonely llttlo figure! A withered leaf, It seems strangely tossed In tho great financial current Follow this llttlo woman In ruBty black and seo her outer the Gnomi cal National bank. Sho is not the scrubwoman. Tho scrubwoman has no clothes ot such ancient date as hers, tho alpaca gown that has weath ered many seasons, tho black woolen capo that has shaped Itself to tho shoulders as thoy havo bowed through the last ten years, and tho tousled bonnet with its llttlo bunch of flowers that faded with the mlllln ery ot many summers past. Yot she has mado no mlatako In entering hore whoro tho atmosphere is crisp with tho ways of tho business world and motalllo with tho sound of money. For lol offlco boys nnd clerks and men higher nip stand obsequious ly aside as sho passes. Tho bowed gray head turns neither to the right nor tho loft-as sho walks straight on. With assurance hor hand rests on tho gato that leads Insldo boyond tho brass-barred windows to a mahog any roll-top desk. This Js her offlco. Tho shabby llttlo old woman who has Just passed from vlow Is worth $G0,000,000, oven $100,000,000 somo ostlmatcs say. Sho la Hetty Howland Robinson Green, greatest mlstross of flnanco tho world hns ever pen. Seated atop of hor hugo yollow millions, a wriuiciod old woman, tuo financial limelight of a continent plays about her as Bho directs tho I miF1 W-$PiE23Siui C7ivA4 -y?iiJy3jJB Late Suppers Welsh rarebits, lobster tfulads and the like nearly alwsva nroduca distressing after-effects. Rich food taken at Irregular hours, not only causes temporary derangement of the stomach and bowels, but often brings about chronic dyspepsia and Indigestion. If you mill eat all kinds of food at all kinds of hours, yeu can pre vent unpleasant cooeequeacec by taking DR. D. JAYNE'S SANATIVE, PIIXS . For Liver Complaint, Osut, Jaun dice, Dy peptlR, Affections of the Blad der and Kidneys, CeatlvraeM. Sick H Headache, Bltlouaneta and all Bowel Affections, Jayne's Sanative Pllla are undoubtedly the oldeat, moat reliable iuiu cnecuva remeay Known, can be taken as a dinner pill, laxative, purga tive or cathartic. -Ypr grip, m Sold by oil drutetat. In two eke k boxes. 33c. anil 19c fJ Jayae's Tealc Vtrmlfatfs Is a natural, Ken tie and cffcctlvo tonic. Solendld lor dyipertlca. as It acta direct ly on the stomach, toning and strength ening that orcan, and enabling It to do its work properly. JAPANESE LABOR IS OBJECTED TO Nashville Students Continuing one week. 20 auj 30c Matinee Wednesday and Saturday (United Press Leased Wire.) I3vorott, Wash., Jan. 10. A mass meeting was held In Arlington as a demonstration on tho part of citizens ngalnat -IB JapanoBo laborers om- Iplnyod by mill men in that neighbor' Martin's Perry, O., Jan. 10. Tho hood. Prior to this mooting a potl vlows of Wllllnm H. Tuft, socrotary .tion hnd boon circulated and signed of war, In regard to tho uso and by 187 rosldents requesting tho em abiiBo of Injunctions aro stated In n ployors to dlschnrgo tho allons. Whon letter In reply to quostlons pro- Interviewed by a commlttoo -tho mill pounded by Llowollyn Lewis, Boora-ownor requested a dolny until Sntur tary of tho Ohio Fodorntlon of La- day, to see If thoro Is any way to can bor, Klvon out horo todny. Mr. Tnft'col bholr contracts with the Japanese. prefncoa his statomont with a doolar- DARROW HAS LAWYER DISEASE atlon thnt ho bolleves It to bo "high ly bonoflclal nnd entirely lawful for lnborors to mnlto In their common Interest." TuvklCH Ciipitnl and Labor. Now York, Jnn. 10. Realizing that oiio of tho Htrongost points against ' his cnndldaey Is his supposed ntM tude on labor, Secretary Taft pro Prices 10, posoa to make his position clear at tho outset of his campaign. Uo had lntandud to talk about tho Philip pines nt Cooper Union torfght, but has ohnngod tho subject to "Capital and Labor." Though no official announcement has been made, Assistant Postmaster General Hitchcock Is expected to take .up the work of tho Taft boom in tho Enet nnd South on the completion of some dopartmontal work. ChrlH. Conner, a Wisconsin Domo oratle politician, died at Spokane on tho HUh nnd will go whoro nil good Democrats go. AN ODD FELLOW i. destinies of men nnd of corporations. Thoro Is power In tho peiiBtroko of lasuo of tho Now Broadway Maga- from nm nR01 nnBr8 tho thin old flngors zlne. mat aro busy, busy all dny long cut- h i'"' Midas toucli Hint una fair ting coupons nnd signing chocks. 'ly oncniBted hor llfo with gold has Sho has moro rondy monoy nt her boon a fatal gift. For Hotty Green command that any other ono Individ- J Is really a bankrupt today, bank ual. WnllBtroets waits on her cof- nipt In doBlro! With monoy to buy fers. To tho old-fashioned mahoK- all that tho world has for salo. It RFtHOIVIF M ANJI A,nny desk comes n procosslon ot bank holds nothing thnt sho would lllco. ULvVITlLO I TlrTMlfAv). presidents, hat In hand, rnllroad Sho has mortgage Btrown In acres magnntcs, bowing, and rich ill roc- from Hos'.ou to Sun FrnucUco. Sho tors, humbly making obolBanco. Kvon ownB railroad and steamboat lines, tho city of Now York In need hns copper initios In Michigan, gold brought Its plea to hor, Its richest 'mlnun In Nevada, Iron mlnos In Mis cltlzons. Cooly, calculating, Hhe Hourl, tulugrnph nnd tolophono sccur listens, bnlanclng want and entroaty Itlos and government houdH, nnd In with a grim nicety of Judgmont. Then hor fnfe l locked a pint of din sho vlows her bargain shrewdly. mondi and ono of tho llnost colloc- Thoy got hor monoy nnd thoy pny tlons of poarla on onrth. Yot tho girl hor price. fltonogrnphor who takos hor dictation So rolls up tho fortune for which prohnbly Iihk a lighter hoart undor Bho hns long boon fa mod ns tho rich- a new spring gown, tho hutoltor from (United Press Lonscd Wiro.) Sacramon,to, Cal., Jan. 10 After having .lockod hlmsolf up for five days In his room In a local hotol, C. Edwards, n promlnont Odd Follow of Vancouver, who is said to havo formerly owned sovoral valuablo raco lioraos, hns bocomo a raving maniac. Uo riiBhed ln his night clothos through tho hallway to tho roof of the hotol, and was with dif ficulty captured by tho police. It Is belloved that Edwards, who Is about 50 yearn of age, became lusnua ost woman In America. Thoro Is tho whom sho buy -a stoak nt twolvo posalblo excoptlgu of rMa. Uussellcoiitii u pound Iiiih u bottor Sunday Sngo, lnt hors was nmnseod by her dinner, and hor neighbors In a husband. In all history thoro has Hobokun lint, whon thoy go on a been no othor woman who, by tha Coney Hand outing, brighten tho through worrying. He was on tho oxerclse of her own Ingenuity, hat monochrome qf oxlstonco with moro verge of starvation when ho was made so much monoy ns this supreme color than varies her drab days, takon Into custody. Nearly $700 woman flnnncler, -ays an entertain-' Poor Hetty Oram, leant happy was found on his person. Idk character sketch In tho January woman In New York. S E2S3e&B IRTnra3!5K2B (Uultej Pre-i Leased Wire.) Lo Ange'.es. Cal., Jan. 10 At torney Clareute Darrow, who has bm suffering from motfodltls at toe California hospital, was consld My Improved today. An opera tion Is not now considered necossary but Dr:ow will he undor treatmont of his phvsidau for somo tlm0 to come Mr Rnd Mps Darrow expoct to r-iirn to their homo ln Chicago a a Ivh veeks. WILL MEET ANY IE PURSE IS RIGHT n-rnj Pre Legsed Wlre) "u:i-- Ijii in o..-... i. . tuuilll) UUIU) litis ttl bars Thar uimrala tfia blU Just ,0 from thQ whjt8 and lg n! iinK t0 (ake on any co,Qrod man j M'M Jaok Johngon M BarJat "" ' ' i-knowa Parlalnn snnrtR. WU pu: HOW I1A1IRV OIICIIAIU) HKCUKKl) l.MMl'XITV. Dolso, Idaho, Jan. 10. Attorneys who dofondad Haywood and Petti bono profosa to havo Information to tho affect that Harry Orchard was promised a reward of somo kind be twoen tho Haywood and Pettlbono trials. After tho Haywood trial, thoy nssert, Orchard became Ineonsed because of tho denunciation of htm by Senator Ilorah, In his closing ad dress for the prosecution, and said that ho would novor bo a witness again In a cnto In which Dornh ap peared as an attorney. In order to socuro his testimony against Pettl- bona it is sold that the officials were forced to promlso that ho would not bo roqulrod to suffer tho extreme penalty for his orlmes. Suits and Overcoats Did You Ever Have Such an Opportunity Before? JUST THINK "Bishop's Ready Tailored Clothes yf Wir.'d the fnllnn'lnv maana tr. tt. '" ""b w "v"!ht Chanmlon Ttnrn Teraph Immediately if -"i secant you n maollnc tifitk c?nn. ii. V, -- -WV...J, mm Liaiu aivr " n I'aru m one month." Brutiw received tho follewing: Only colored man I will fight is -nOB, but I will meet any white a at von i... i. . ,. . . "u, ii iJurso is sai- torv ' Be -USd the sohrvnl .In.l. i.iiaJ r xt tho levy the Pendleton Short TiOtisM Wire Telegrams. Chloago has 135,000 idle working people. The Samuel Goldstein will case of Fresno was settled today. During tho rooent stringency 80, 000 inauranoe policy holders In New York borrowed money on their poll alas. The torpedo flotilla of the Ameri can navy ha6 arrived at Pemambuco, Brazil. ' The Now York National League has secured Roger Brosnahan for backstop in 1908. Two normal school students grad uate In Bellingham, January 31. At Bloomlngton, 111., Mrs. James Valentine this morning killed nor are now on sale. Don't fail to take advantage of the opportunity to get one of these suits or over coats while the prices are the lowest. Regtila Prices $ i 0.00 to $25,00 SalePtices $6,25t $9, $U, $5, $8 A saving of f ronf $3.00 to $7.00 on every purchase Come while the "stock is large and you can get the best selections. Salem Woolen Mill Store ,u, I II w ' m im '"uo.a mav hwa . -i babe and cut her own throat. " WiVU, I I'