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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1008.
, k M 1 ' Ja J. L. STOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER New Royal Worcester Corsets ftrceswv WP "stow r The New jjusto Dowager No. 610 WSned especially for stout women u medium low bust, long hips ami w Mado from durable coutlllo a vhlte and drab. Wo carry this ,tj:j la sizes 24 to 3C. In the now 1908 lines are many beautiful designs of this season's hewoat and smartest corsot models, Including tho very latest modes decreed by the great fashion, creators of Paris. Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets havo Btood pre-omlnflnt for half a century ao tho leading corse-ts of tho world for stylo, fit, quality, durability and workmanship, and this soaiton's models arc a triumph In tho art of corset making. Every corset virtue Is exemplified In Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets, tho result of exhaustive and continued stnuly of tho ever changing fashions. The Royal Worcester $1 to $2-50 In this lino of styles and priceB wo can plcnoo any lr.dy no matter how particular Bho may be. Wo carry a comploto lino of about 30 jtyl-a In sizes IS to 3C. Wo aho havo cnutos at 50c, $1.00 and $1.25. 592 3)0WAQM f PFPIMICANS FAVOR THE CONVENTION PLAN Old Line Party Leaders Are Opposed to the Direct Pri mary and Especially to Statement No. One i A Great Assortment of Styles in Warner's and R. & G. At Just HALF Former Prices UK SURE AXI) ASIC FOR THE STYLES WE ARE SELLING AT HALF PRICE, AXI) WE WILL MORE THAN' LIKELY PLEASE YOU WITH ONE OF THEM. w 452? H New Embroideries Undermuslins New Spring Goods Arriving Daily Wo will show moro new goods th's (wring than over before. When other buyers woro holding back for fear of flnnnolM crisis In tho country our buyors woro taking ndvantngo of tho opportunity to got oarly shipments and sccuro tho vory boat prlcos of-forc-d by tho manufacturers. Depend on us for tho best goods at the low- eit prices. A number of Republican loaders met quietly Monday night and de cided to return to tho convention plan of making a ticket, and opposi tion was manifested In tho party against the direct primary and state ment No. 1. It was also detormlned to havo a short qampalgn. No pub licity was given to tho meeting, but it is known that the following wero prosent: F. A. Turner, John Knight, O. B. Moorea, L. T. Reynolds, Dr. J. N. Smith, A. N. Gilbert, F. D. So-uth- wlck, C. A. Murphy, Alex Lafolletto and T. B. Jones. "Thoro was nothing aecrot about tho meeting," said John Knight. "Wo bellevo it is tlmo for tho Republi cans to get together and cut out all this nonsonso that results in tho elec tion of Democrats to office. Wo woro unanimous In favoring n county con vention, and Chairman C. A. Murphy of tho Republican county central com mlttco, has agreed to call his com mittee together Saturday. A call will bo Issued bofore tho primaries and for tho purpono of recommending candidates to bd voted tor at tho pri maries. I presume that delegates to tho convention will bo apportioned among tho Bovoral precincts, as un der tho formor system, bo that each portion of tho county will bo repre sented." .K "Woro thero any statoraent No. 1 pooplo present at tho mooting?" Mr. Knight was asked. "No, sir," and wo did not want thorn. Tho meeting was held Inrge ly for tho purposo of cutting out that kind of people. Wo wero unanimous against statement No. 1. Wo bo Uovo that If a candldato for tho leg islature pledges himself at all, it should ho only to tho extent of sup porting tho Republican voters' cholco for senator. Wo don't bollovo a Republican should pledge him self to voto for a Democrat, If n Democrat should got tho popular In dorsement In Juno " LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY DEPENDABLE BRAND Manufactured by Gideon Stolz Company, Cor. Mill and Summer Sts SALEM, OltECON PHONE MAIN '20. Wo guarantee this spray o bo a strictly pure Unit and sulphur solution, test 29 to 31 Hnume. For sale by FLETCHER .VMIYRI), I. A. WHITE & SONS, TILL SON TO. AND AT FACTORY. Price $S,r0 per barrel; ?l 50 civdll for barrel. If returned J L HAGKS WERE WRECKED (nbly havo to bo ropalrod by the city. So far no one has boon hurt, and the city hns no damnge suits for brok en limbs, as It probably will have If tho ditch romalns opon. ilUl demand for hacks Wod- xJht to enable society people "NuMbedanrtnr ffk.-v.n li M'l party at the tud & number of wrecks UHuare aid out In South Sa Jj 0m nn Lafi e rtrts ,g d(mn -"wueiwb and will ramii Xctv Corporations, Yoncnlla Stato Bank; principal office, Yoncalla, Orogon; capital stook, 110,000; incorporators, C. N. Moody, J. Q. Samlor, J. H. Batty, George Applegate and J. F. Dougher ty. Orogon Mutual Tlmbor Company; lk t0 nu fat ,t Anftfutlrlnolpal onico, Portland, Orogon' ''iMit.h that has baen dug oap,tftl stock, $100,000; Incorpora fch trt to carry wator off torB' c- A YounS. J- N Montolth nn.1 The property owners got per ' M'uUnomnl County and Grange o dig the ditch from the D,8tr,ct Fa,r! principal office, Port wsseil h.i .i... i. . . Hand. Oroiren: nanltnl stoolc. J25.000: " "" " wine to uuy ' ---- - ""Jforth ditch the point was ' ,nconorators, J. J. Johnson, H. E. lit t wa a local iraprovs- DavIa and E L ThorI, J M could not be paid for out Aomo T9nt N0, 89 Kn,8,lt of th 7" twiMal fund So the dltoh iMaccaboes; principal office, Acme, "Ur to fan feet deep and aLano Count' Oregon; incorporators. "' f a mile lng has stood C E' BuSs' G H' IIa8Drouok nnd Al plater, and ,,; back that:A JUner' Wlnlt a night will nroh I M,U c,t LodB. - m. Indopen- uoiu uraer or uaa foiiowb; principal office, Mill City, Oregon; Incorpora tors, D. J. Qultm, Wm. Bertram and A F. Haroklns. maber Bros. I PLUMBING GASFITTING u- . 'or8fc '"IEpt uon rk t?' z Jrtnt our k.t, ul''ton and f MOltary . uad- CrvE ESrnUTBS ON CONTRACTS. aau. DEIANl) FOR UNION HIGH SCHOOLS GROWING. County Superintendent Walter Smith says the demand for mnlon high schools Is growing In Marion county. Movements have been started for such high schools at Gor vais and Stayton. and meetings are being arranged in those respective communities to promote tholr organ ization Mr. Smith thinks there will hae to be some additional education of tho people as to the new law, and some changes mado in the law, but rogards the system as a good one, bringing bettor sehoole nearer to the ma -80s of the people. LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY FACTORY Tho Gldoon Stolz Company, elder vlnogn' nud pickle manufacturer, havo put In n plant built ospoolnlly for tho manufaoturo of concontrnted llmo and pitlphur spray, for fruit growora, nud now have tholr product on tho markot at D. A. Whlto & Sons, Fletcher & Dyrd's nnd' at the faotory, corner M41I and Summer at roots. Marion county has In tho past Im portod Immonsa qunntltlos of lime and sulphur spray, and this factory, If -given tho support of the growers In thla vicinity, will fill a long-felt want. Tho spray wo manufaoturo will be bra lid od "Dopondablo Brand," and can be depended on as u strictly pure llmo and sulphur spray, and high tost, and will be sold at as reason able a price as tho quality will jus tify. Our spray la manufactured af tor tho formula of the experiment station at Corvnllls. We will be pleated to rootivo In quiries from partite intending to spray, sample ana prices rurnisueu on application. Write us or phone Main 2G. GIDIBON STOLZ CO. TRFFS Now is the time to place your order for anything needed in our line for spring planting. Such as Walnuts, Apples, Cherries, Prunes, Plums, Peaches, Shade Trees, Ornamental Shrubs, Roses Our Ornamental Department is the largest and most complete on this coast. If you need anything in our line 'phone Main 75 or address i ! OREGON NURSERY CO., Salem NEGRO MURDERER IS ARRESTED His Captora Will Oct 950(H) Reward If Ho Prows to be tho Right Mmh Wns Arrestwl In Tjiconm Wed nesday. Tooama, Wash., Feb. C. Dotoe tlvea yostorday arrested Haydoti Pooptes, alias William Marshall, .a negro, on information furnished by a bnrtondor horo, who formorly lived at St. Joseph, Mo., whoro tho crlmt) for which tho negro 1b wanted was committed. Tho nogro, a porter at tho tlmo for Honry Slford, a promi nent saloon keopor at Eighth, and Felix streets, who was found dead ono morning In his saloon, having boon struck on tho bond with n ham mer. Tho city council offered a re ward of $3000, to which was added $2000 by tho family of tho murdered man for tho capturo of tho nogro, who has bcon a fugitive slnco May 29, 1004, Peoples maintains a stolid indifference, howover, admitting .tho St. Joseph police havo bcon hunting for him alnco ho loft tho city, and ho rcfniBOB to olthor nfTlrm or deny that ho is tho right mnn. Tho St. Joseph police havo been notlflod. -o WOULD FREE THE PHILIPPINES Washington, Fob. G -In a rosolu? Hon offorod Wodnosday upon which ho intends to dollvor a spocch, Soim tor Stono, of Missouri, nots forth n definite progrnmo for tho disposition of tho Philippine Islands by tho Uultod Statos govommout, and names Docembor 10, 1013, an tho dnto upon whloh tho govornmont shall give tho Islands comploto Inde pendence. As a preliminary to tho final stop, tho resolution Instructs tho Prcat dont to opon nogotlntloiiH with other tuition, '"for tho purposo of secur ing an agroomont with thorn for tho neutralization of tho Phlllpplno islands, nud tho recognition of their Independence, whouovor (tho samo shall ho grantod by tho United Statos." Docombor 10 Is olioiion because It Is tho annlvorsary of tho signing of tho treaty of Paris In 180S, whoroby tho Phlllpplnos paBHod from Spanish to American control. Threo Albany Domocrnts tins morning Isn't our mall service a dandy? Tho government ought to run nil our business for us The Journal Saturday will bo a big booster edition. Ar you In It? Our ri'iulern are requeued to look up 'ir advertisers FM2I-7T WIIjIj HTAY AT PUNTA ARIONAH TWO DAYS. Punta Arctium, Feb. fl. Roar-Admiral ISvnnB hns dooldod that a visit or two extra days horo would not In torfero with any of his plans during tho rcHiinludor of his trip to Sun Francisco bay. and ho has annouucod that such a stay will be made. This will glvo him an opportmnlty to return tho cpurtcmlos Hhowurcd upon hlmsoir and his olllcoVs by the Chileans. Tho squadron was orig inally si'hodulod to sail from Punta Aronna yostorday. Tho Hoot will b off Valparaiso hnrbor on Ferbunry MRS. MAT.VKV SKOrltllS A MHRITIII) DIVORCIC. New Xotarlcs. Holbrook Withlngton. Medferd: John F Wallen. Pendleton; J. Q. A. (Bowlby. ABtorla; G. Rosonblatt. S. iH Haines. John C Jameson. M. It would sem almost impoesible thai a man could treat a woman as Mra. Alma B. Mtney alleges la her complaint that she was treated, and Judge Galloway promptly had her decree for a divorce signed up and delivered Into the hands of the hap py woman Her attorney, Frank Holmee, presented the case so clear ly that no witnesses were roqulred Among other pleasantrloa, beeldei drunkenness, her husband. It was al leged, shot off hie revolver around tho houso whan hla aim was anything but stoady. and threatened to take the life of Mrs. Matney and her datightor, and If an older daughter had not Interceded she believes they Inventory Sale! The continued growth and success of a store largely depends on the thoroughness with which stocks are rummaged and prop erly accounted for, at least once a year. Our Prices Must Move Our Stock Your choice of any suit or over coat in this store for 4yo5 No camphor Or moth balls for our fall suits or overcoats. Many a patron will have reason to remember this sale with deep gratitude, while the man who does not come in will miss a great op portunity. This sale will positively end Sat urday, February 29, 1 908. G. W. JOHNSON & CO., 141 Com'l Street ! m 3ii li UK Bllllnga. Portland. would all have been killed