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DAILY CAPITAL lOtJWCAL. SALKM, ORWJON, SATURDAY, MARCH 81, !.
12 MMWKIMMDPa W. A. CARTER COMES OUT EOR COMMISIONER SHOWING v Of THEKE CAN ONLY BE ONE "BEST" BICYCaJ tu' 'M 9 New Raah SilfcSuits la iho Ucw Eva Tangway styles Thoso aultu just nrrlved and, aro j -welcomed by thoso wlio wish something out of iho ordinary, Each model Is perfect, nnd' the tailoring la superb. , If you havo not selected your spring suit, conio to tho big fctoro first; wo havo many now ttrrlVata, and each suit wo aro' shoeing Is tho Intcwt Haw York style, at much Icbb than New York prices. Vji Vn Tm VJ J I III '. 'ill II f llM I lm Now Dros Goodfl, trimmings, etc Now Wanh Goods, Now Embroid eries, Allovora, Lnccs and Hands, Now Rlbbona, Hows, Embroidered Collars, Jab9ta and Tics, New Fviraos, Bags, Hat Pins, HoltB, etc., Now Hosiery,. Underwear, etc. These articles are only n few of tho many now spring nocoltlofl that nro much In demand at this tlmo of 4ho ymr. Co mo and boo yoursolf, For Wen The long expected II. S. & M. Bprlng milts nro here. If you AvanHfifWoW'nie of tho most swnggor stylos over mndo In men's olothos, conic In hero Home dny and ask to boo ours. Hart, Solmrfner &. Mnrx variety modolB, ho mo of thorn will bo sure to unit you. NEW ANNEX'. 404. uleuelA 6 SxmA iNCOftfWHTCD 1 or I 1 uty iews ; Marshmallows ZIlll.'H. fresh today, at WMJer VhW tonight with light front) Hhij. say f4c mM warmer. 1h ImMv Of tho Episcopal church will havo A b&Io of cooked food Saturday, March 31, at Putnam,' drug Htorc. SSakcd beans, brown broad, Bait ris ing brend, cakes, cookies, salads and everything for r Sunday din ger. 3-10-2t JKxtra Iahijt. Hflnn At tho rink thUvonlng, Skato 26e. Admission 10c. Coma hear a good concert by MclSlroyta rink band Womcofwthlut Dr. L. Q. Attmnn. Qfflce nnd real slenco SOO Liberty street, Salem. 35lm Oo liong HossIoh You can skato from 7:30 until 11 o'clock tonight for 3 Co. Uand Wialo Inoludsd. Hovnl Aim Tmi Vtr nl. l It In It fnnl nl ft AAttln Kulro of 8. I. , Kimball, No. 3 Gray block, Salem, Or. 3-tT-tf WW lUcu Walter Monouro wilt mako a talk or "Wilson's Whiskey. That' All.' " fit the W. C. T. U. tonlRht at 7 9'attx'k Will bo given at L. Wade'a stall on (kturdny waning. March 31.' Everybody Invited. 3-19-3t l'i'olilbltloii Oratory Tho following wero awarded prises In tho orntorlrnl prohibition contest luld Inst night undor tho auspices of tho University Prohibi tion League: Mlas Mary Glttona, first prlxo; Wallace 0, Trill, second placo; Wm. 8chmldt, ithlrd; Perry llclglemnn, fourth; Dan Plolds, fifth; Dan Flolds, sixth, and Fred Hornschuh, seventh, Act Quickly House for snlo for $200. Enqulro Bpauldlng Logging Co. .d Two Hunpocta Captured Two burglar suspects aro looked up In the olty prison awaiting laves tigatlon, which Is now on foot, to lourn what tho two burllos wore do Ing with a brown Imitation silk la dloa droits pnttcrn, with trimmings, It hardly being thought by Ofllcor Murphy, who mado the arrest last night, that ho gentlomon with tho hang-dog looks wanted thorn for fholr own nfriro. It Is believed thuy loeured ho artlolos In somo storo in this town, or somo other placo on tholr way horo. Kr u lid, (lis bot glass of soda In 8alom, at 'AUn Try Writing to Me And aee It I cannot savo you tnouoy on any stooka you want to buy, P. O. box 18, Portland, Or 34.lm Civil Hult ApihmUhI Tho suit Of Wm. N, 8ua,Ye4y against O. U Uarber for 3173 on a promissory note. In which tho Jus tloo of tho peaco at Woodburn ren Say Interior Points Are Btint Held Up for High Local Rates to Make Up for Common Points Hon. Wm. A; Cartel-, of this city, who ia interested in a large lime man ufacturing -plant at Gold Hill, Jack son county, today filed his petition for Railroad Commissioner, from tho first district, tho position now held by T. K. Cnmpboll, of Cottngo Grove. Mr. Carter is a member of ed on north-bound freight, but all tho local traffics are charged back from Portland into tho interior. This double-tracking system is the big gest obstaclo to tho development of the country, and tho wdnder is that wo build up any mercantile or Job bing buslncfl3 at all. On sugar and ho etuto central committee and litis; fruits from California, tho rate has Borved In tho legislature and con- been advanced until more than ono ducted a morcnntllo business at Gold merchant who Is trying to build up Hill until a short time ago. He wilt inako a warm fight for the place, and hoB some pronounced ldca as to whnt should bo dono to mnke tho commission more effective. Ho pays: "Tho people of Southern Oregon nro being held up for outrageous freight rates, and aro being crucified In tho interest of low terminal ratos to n distributive trade has been driven to tho wall. Tho Bhlppera of South ern Oregon havo been Ignorod In tho make-up of tho commission, ns well bb In tho deliberations of that body, and tho fight I propose to make la that towns In the interior like Salem, Albany, Eugene, Roscburg, Mcdford, AND IT IS TflE WORLD'S BEST hlcvnn i w Kacycles just arrived: cone in and see ilea! Phoned FRANK J. MOORE 447 Court SI BEST WORK AT HONEST PRICES i I Surpassing Beauty Makoa this Oxford ajwrt (rum the common lot. Ita outline aro extramwly graceful. It Is charac (r.itl by ylo thtt will win ;c vell-dwerve4 favor In any wo wau'a oyea, A &hoa that can ba wora vita outldenco tA its ftbo 1ut wffrvttft&sa. Just ono of tho many popular stylos of LEADING LADY SHOES CiutomMdo by O. l Foul 81uh Co. Tbo trade mark ldstlllM thlr worth. Thy aro sho that wear long and wolloowtortablo from the first and ntyllsh to the finish. Wo kvt them In tan, patent kid and gun motal. Also tho It. P. Swltk kon. A very trisa and awart ho aligktiy wjnaUh in ct MHa tan, p teat, colt and gua wetal Oxfords, all aUw, a) U'ldths, AUo hoys and mlie oxford. SALEM SHOE STOlE KKI'.MKING A glKCI,U.TY, CUSICK'S POSITION STATES T1IK TRUTH. In an nrtlclo dlaciiBsIng Stntcmcnt No. 1, Dr. V. A. Cuslck concludes Ashland nnd all points be given a common points and where thero In! square doal and a fair chanco to do- water competition. Tho merchants vo'op their trade an distributing bnvn nrotCfltml nttnlnnt lllln Minn nnd linlnta nttil tint lin mni1 in nfnn.l firl ., -,, ,,lrt .,. ,.. i, i,A .. ,, , ... . ., . , .. 'as follows, nnd states tho oxnet pur- ngnln, and tho on y answer hns been all the outs In rotes that aro given , . ', , , . , . , advances In frs.ght rates, little by more favored localities, or iilmuKflJ1: Y?J ? , little, until itho condition has be- nntlona In favor or special Industries, como almost nnboarnble. Shippers I havo tnlkod with n gront many ship nro charged tho full rate to 'Frisco (porB and bollove tho Interior of th from tho East and tho local ratOjato Iiob a right to bettor reproaon nddod. Tho somo Is truo of the.tntlon on tho commission, nnd prom norlhern part of Western Orogon, isb, If elected, to glvo tholr Interests whoro rntoB from 'Frisco aro collect- my special nttantlon." dered n d"oclslon In favor of the d fondant, has bean nppoalsd to tliu circuit court, tho notlco of uppunl lie Ing illod tills morning. I'awdiij; IlogiiH Checks Qovornor Chnmbarlnln today is sued requisition pnpirs on Governor Mondo, of Washington, for tho re turn of G. M. Whltson, wanted at 1 u go no for passing boguH cKccks. Ho Is now under arrest at Wulln Walla. Ico cream evbry day at ZIiiii'h. Sugar licet Man Tumor Oliver, of. La Grande, this morning s filed his, potltion for nomination to tho stato scnatorsblp from tho 21st dlatrlct, subject to tho Democratic primaries. Ho signs Statement No. 1. Donated Town Site GENERAL FIRMIN TAKES FRENCH LEAVE (United Press Leased Wire.) Port au Prlnco, Mnrch 21. Gen eral Flrniln, nrch conBplrutor against tho government of President IS'ord Alexis, was Binuggled nboard tho French crulsor D'Estrccs.nt Gonal ves Inst ulght. Today tho fact be came known. General Lcconto, tho radical member of tho Alexis cabi net, cnufed tho nows to bo spread through tho etreots of this city and Gonalvos, and the blacks nro In a rage. Tho D'Bstrofs Ib at Gonalvos to day, nnd tho remainder of tho rofu- Articles of incorporation wero fllod K00 uro uel"B nutlod aboard, as tho this morning for tho Donald Town iltuatlon Is momentarily growing Lot & Land Company, with a capital i graver, and an outbreak seems Inev- a. k a Awjk. - ' Itnliln n'l ti 11 l.i-k ff n nf fh biook oi souou. rno incorporators """ forco tho selection of n senator by an absolute majority of tho voters, and then securo tho election of that candidate to tho olllco. Dr. Cuslck says: "Tho purpose of -this article, how ovor, Is to show that a minority or plurality or anything short of n ma jority of all tho votes -cast, cannot bo mndo to do duty, as tho 'volco of tho people, or choice of tho pcoplo.' Can didates ahould find nnd declare thorn solves cloarly in this matter. Then WIIOKVKK RTS A MAJOIUTY OP ALL THK VOTKS, LKT HIM KB i:Li:cm:i), as ho Is apt to bo the best of tho bunch, and full recogni tion will bo glvon to tho 'pcoplo'a choice,' and mnjorlty rule." tinmniK I STARR PlANi man class goods GEO. C. WILL Norwich Union Fire Instfr Alice I Frank Meredith, ncsldcst AgaJ omco with Wm. Drown 4 Ca,i commercial s'rect. 29 MONEY TO L0 TH08. K. Ml Over Ladd & Duoh's Bank,8iM ie)aaanB)sniaa NEW TODAY anniinti nro F. N. Derby, L. K. Page and Hunnlng. J. Chicken Dinner- Tomorrow, Sund.iy, March 22, at Ilarnott's, 12G South Commercial street. A big lino of fudges, frosh today nt 'luuV X This Time Of tho yonV atudonts In all sohools and colleges begin to think of com jiHineemont. This naturally suggests; daw invitations. Ulllott, tho print or, has Just received ono of tho flnoit asiiortmunts of class invita tions over shown lu Salem. There Is something to please everybody, both tu colore uud the plainest white. Thero are some oepeoially beautiful nibood cards, in the most dolloato tinjtf, also the llneat engraved cards made. Spnoo does not permit of au adoquato description of Mr. HllloU'a stock of InvMatloHs, bat ho will h$ plMsod to show them at any tlmo. Otnc 2X3 Commercial gtroet, phone 1213. MMont Viiilortakliig Vurtori Tho A. M. Cteugk Undertaking rooms am among the aexitoat ami best apposed on te oast. While tka dutiw are Hot pleasant, they are at llmos adeMry aad It Is thea that pKpl appreciate goud wrvke and Dnftt-elaea qMalHy la avery depart mnt of bHslnee I keop up with all tho now ideas la my line and thai Most tylo ofNjuppile la stookv Parlore at MS Court street. Carl,,l,'' Hally Toulgtit Salem Oaryeaters Union meow tonight at Ualoa Ubor Hall, and thero will b a uumbe of oandJdatia InAlated. Importaat builnasa ia pending Wl fllvo Tlusatm Parly The Shrlnors of ihla otty are ar raaglag a4arg tkeatrwparty terth opra tali tveaiag. aRj a sodal funo Tho small bonts of the D'KtKrces aro lying alongside, and her marines havo their arms stacked on deck ready for instant action, In caio a call for assistance Bhould como from tho shore. It Is probable that when all tho refugees at Gonalvos havo been tnkon nboard, tho French offlolals thoro will follow and accompany the cruis er to this port, whoro tho remaind er of tho refugees will bo taken aboard. Marluos on all tho foreign war ships now In tho harbor hero nro be ing hold undor arms, as disorders sooin certain to result before tho day U ovor. The vossels now hero aro tho Amorloan cruiser Dos Molnee and tho gunboat Kaglo; the German crulsor Dromon and tho English cruisers Indefatigable and Crossy. The D'Kstrooa is oxpeotod hero as ulokly aa Bho ca amake the trip from Gonalvos. M. Uorno, mtnUtor of foreign af fair, the ouo conservative factor In the Alaxls governmunt. Is doing his utmost to preserve order, but has piaotlrally jthe entire cabinet oppos ing htm. Goueral Firmln was the man most dealicl by General Leeoate when he made his haul of two weaks ago and shot ton conspirators, Pirmln wrote the loKar containing the aames of Jha ten men who wore exeoutod, following (ho mtsearriago of the lot- tioa of "CoialuR Thro thjp Rye" will bo the praoeaae af a whole blook of seats tor this dkilagaiehed branah st Masonry. Salem storae axe to olose early, and the cwrtaia dees not go up until S-.30. Suiulay lUnd Cuitcvrt Band concert by Salem Mljltary Band. olthr.la Wiltsou's avemie or on oao of tho principal street cor- Berc, If tho weather penults.- Kodol U today the beU kaawa remedy far alt dterdrs of the stom ach, such as dyspepsia, heart burn. ior storaaoh aud belchlug of gas. said ajr ax arassut?. PItOlHIHTlOXISTS PUT UP TIIKIR TICKirr. Tho Marlon county Prohibitionists held their convention yestordny,, named flvo mon for roprcscntntlvo candidates and passed resolutions favoring total prohibition; tho vot? Ing on local' option counties; curbing of tuists and railroads; lawo In fa vor of tho laboring classes; womon'o suffrogo; direct election of senators; representation of minorities, nnd tho urging on congrcs tho necessity of Interstate commorco law prohibiting shipping of liquor Into "dry states." Tho following wero recommended for representatives, and will shortly fl'o their petitiens: George Landon, Woodburn; Sylvnnus Presnnll, 8a lom; Leroy Drown, Sllvorton; W. N. Dlodgott, Salem, nnd C. Potorson, of DrookB. In addition to tho abovo, tho nom inating committee, consisting of W. L. Hicks, Robert Miller, Chnrlos Coup, Perry Burch, Oliver Jory and J. E. Coulsen, recommonded tho fol lowing candidates: County Judge, J. K. Coulsen, or Scotts Mills; sher iff, J. M. Hicks, of Sllvcrton; treas urer, George W. Dlmmiek, of Sa lem; assossor, U. A. Trulllnger, of Woodburn; justice of the peace, Matt Drown, of Sllvorton. IiiMtim Man Escapes Clifford Toles, one of tho most dangerous inmates at tho asylum, this morning, at & o'clock all but perfected an escape by prying away tho bars from his window nnd let tlug himself to tho ground. He was rocaptured. Wanted A position as stenogr by young lady in a bank or el Has worked in a banlctU years, nnd can furnish the bat t references. Address P. 0. 271. Salem. Or. 2-15-U-1 FoV Sale Largo body aaj grado second-growth Ir, 1417 or 1283. Downing k lVU-1 For Sale Several homes la Srt nnd farm 'ands at a buftlK I Ital National Dank. Mei General Houf. Cleaning WU washing, carpet cleaning ia4 1 Ing. Furniture packing a clalty. F. A. Sutton, Farat?.! Ml-n For Slt Young Jersey hlvo of bees. 892 North W .lr,Af M1M Foi Kiilt" Ono O. I C roUBi boar, ono sow and ten pip. quire at Journal office. T.'n. RnlrVrftfih JcrSCJ W goats. Enqulro at 771 NrtkC mnrolnl atrec-t Phone 1 Mi Pn- Knlo First-claw ala1 o. iv nt harnfrSS. TihoK 1 .... .h.n Vnntilrrt at W ' r::".v;r in ivr ni.cv.. WnnttHl To sew uut bT ftJ experienced drws kr rj' "'"" j.jI-U' Bit CVIA. t o..i -nurhar.k d n.i i,ni,i out hav Ewiairt Mott, ovor Orifcoa Shoe tj- SATURDAY'S SPEC1AU SWISS CHEESE A new wheel of Swiss usl received. .Perpo CHICKENS Those fine country chickens are just what yon Tho supply Is limited, so order todav VEGETABLES CauJiflower, Celery, Lettuce, CakbagC Swe"-"" FRUITS Oranses, Ltmmm, 8nas, orapc; 1 Moir 456 State Grocery pfroie12 o 1iw);j mfmptr ajPB-" - "s"iPiHaewt Lr '-ffirga 'B&tamr'.