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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. 8ALEM, ORIWOX, SATURDAY, MARCH 2i,lioS.
J. L. STOCKTON The Old White Coraer STORE WILL CLOSE AT 8:15 O'CLOCK .... ...... ntnrkfl nn omwirtunltv to attend tho nlav Tl ,0 ..Coming Thro' tho Rye." ' mWmmWSvmmmmmwmv New Gordon Hats $3 always AN the new Spring blocks are in. The styles far surpass anything shown fast season, NEW CAPS Kit that you. never dreamed of wiH he shown for the r first time today Prices 25c, 50c, 75c saacmem FISHERS WAGES IPftUt Wlidhcr n I1I Fleet of land Men Go North to Alns- iViun. fiWttd Press Leased Wlro.) si FnncUco, March 21. Whoth itJHI Mermen and 23 vessel I p north to engage In Alnskn i filling or disband In 8nn depends upon today's do- icf a conferoico botweon tho Fhherraeas t'nlon nnd tho i Packers' Association. IfcBMd of the fishermen for In- Iptjli the bone of contention HI the packers hnvo asked i.to lrork for u el'ght reduction Itotjeawn'i schedule, whllo tho iMrlheyarp willing to pay manages but thoy nro not to Inwa 'he schedule. stable farud veral weoks . the pa kr? after n con- .laaounroj a reduction. This ttoedlateU relfrted hv tho 4 th prtwnt controversy nrring parties failed to got t confer, tires yesterday, Bibermen held a big mass a" writ jn order to nro- -f tOuSV A r-itntt ranna nm My that n snlto of tho tktH'mon Is b-lnclnc hlchr ,ua ta bi.iiiRht In yenrs. 'Htterj mis' on a reduction. t mintage of the overstocked the labor market. JUTES TO oonnuRv horse pair. fc held at WnnHhnpn f.i. th above occasion', a rate 4 OOMhtr.1 nn hi .in 'IiaQthorlie.1 tn Wnn,n..... trta.riaS P Co WM M'MURRAY. General Passenger Agent. ANARCHIST SHEET IS SUPPRESSED (United Press Lcnsod Win?.) Washington, March 21. Ques tlono Soclnlo, an nnnrohistlo newspa per published at Pnteraon, N. J., nnd declared by tho authorities to bo tho most Inflammatory publication In tho United States, wnB today forbidden tho ruse of tho malls by PoBtmnatcr Gonornl Moyor. It was In tho columns of this pub: Mention that Adla, -tho condemned murdoror of Fathor Loon, tho Dori vcr priest, Is Bald to have found his Inspiration. In it copy of tho pub lication secured by tho postal de partment nro found nrtlelos denounc ing tho RovormnojU, nnd oponlvnd- vocatlng a campaign of assassina tion nnd arson against tho bonds of nil govornmonts. Ono scroamlng nr tlclo urged the frlonds of liberty to solzo tho state armorios, arm thom solves. murdor tho police, flro tho groat cities of tho country and over turn tho government, Postmaster-Genct-al Meyer today took a bold stop In order to suppress tho papor, and assumod n responsi bility no predecessor dared. Tho pa- per Is crodlted with- a circulation of 30.000. By hlB action today Mr. Moyor barred tho sheot from tho malls as fiocond-clrtss matter, and tho cost of mailing It under tho third class rato would bo too great to mako Us existence possible. t "Tho cbbo IB clearly one of-roa- IIcIoijb Intent," said tho postmaster general," "and we aro serving the best interests of the people in bar ring It out. This sheet has been a revolatlon to us, but we will now make a crusade, against all of Its kind. " ALUMNI MAY SAVE STllDFNTS ' v' ' (Unlte.d Press leased Wire) Stanford University, al,-WMnrch 21. Intervention by thoaUnanl to save the 12 suspended ""students Is the peg on which tho student body is today pinning Us hopes. There Is a strong belief hero that tho alumnH committee? may succeed In patching tip tho Iroublo, where tho studentB themselves failed. TJiora jvas aAtalm on, the, campus todnyjind nweh Icsa revolutionary talk, That tho determined stand of tho student committee, in rotualhgvto re instate the suspended students, 6vpn after an apology had been publicly ftiadd$camo as a comploto Bitrprlse to tho undergraduate body, thoro is no doubt. Tho action seomn to have cooled the rebellious spirit to a con siderable extent. Radicals are still at work, but tho conservative element in the Btudent body, headed by President Murphy, haB determined npt to call a meot- lng until tho last of tho petitioners and "confcssloners" has appeared be fore ho Students' Affairs Commit tee. Thoso hearings will probably contlnuo throughout tho day. It Is posslblo that some action will bo taken by tho students tonight. " Tho first real noto of oncournge mont to reach tho student body to day canto from Chairman Clark, of tho student committee, who, In n verbal etatoment to somo of tho lend era, declared that, in nil probability, there would bo n reconsideration of tho cases of tho 12 students now un der stiBponBlon at the conclusion of the examination of tho other 240, .who hnvo voluntarily pleaded to equal gntiU with tho 12 Htispondcd. It Is bollcvod that tho original 12 and tho other 24 C students will be ndjudgod nllko. Whether all will be suspended or all reinstated remains to bo scon. MARKET ; REPORTS V 6? WIRE Spencer Hardware Co. BAV CITY MARKET (United Press LeaBed Wire.) QUOTATIONS ON PRODUCE AT SAN FRANCISCO AM) PORT LAND LOCAL MARKET COR RECTED UP TO DATERE CEIPTS OP LIVE STOCK AND CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. Painting Tim JBUJEliJD. i H atinMt tut m I TARIFF REVISION - P0STP0ND OPERA H0IISF. llTF conrmiv r Pll0AYl MARCH 21 ifini(v . lUr.; pan)'s ,flctIon Cr,ttofs,ithe iomed Suoaewos Nomine the Rvp mm IL-iu nu w lnl.ii . -j .iiw A Wit VI oijj' Company of tM ' an.1 hrtfcrJf.,lrcS,lctce U&2 " U,! m- wraiiei In KSAarlc,a8 11.00. 75c, 50c TOPIA f FOUND FOR HOBOS Chicago, . March 21. The Utopia for tramps has been found. U is situated in Lyons, Summit and Gary, where a fierce local option war Is raging. Eleven drinks a day, a place to sleep, and nothing to do but play cards and remomber when election day comes around, is what "colon ized" tramps of the suburbs have Ueen chjoying, according to testi mony adduced before the grand jury "The men are given a drink of whiskey in the morning and tenibeer checks a day," said one of the,. wit nesses, "and all they hav& to dp Is to remain In the saloons all day' Indictments are expected against those persons responsible for the os tabllshinent of the colonies. t (United Proas Lgaseq Wlro.) .4WnshIngton, March" 21. The lead orfl of tho sonnto and houso today agreed to President Roosovolt's prop Losltion for a spooial bosbIou of con- grom to bo called after March 4, 1009, to rovlso tho tariff. . Theio will bo no dabbling with tho tariff quostlon until nftor tho Presidential election. A decision on the matter was roaohod by tho Prosldent following a star chamber sosslon with tho load ers. It wait finally agreed that any action takon by the present session might rolleot on tho coining olootton, nnd for this reason It would bo host to defer nil notion for tho time being. Tho proposition of Presi dent Itoosovolt, that tho mattor come up fo,consldoratlon before a special session, to be called nftor tho Inauguration March 4, 1909, was agreed to. Late this afternoon It was learned that all agreed It would bo Inadvis able to attempt a revision of tho tariff until a commlfcslon could re view the Bohedulcs. it was suggest ed that this commission consist of members of tho house ways and means committee', and the sonato fliianolnl committee, and that ex perlrt on commercial conditions should bo employed In tho Investi gation. On the mattor of railroad rates, the President stated that ho believed tho roads should be permitted to agreo among themselves on a uni form tariff, according to the super vision of tho Interstate Commarc Commission. It was pointed nut, however, that unless organized la bor could be made to see tho JustJoo of this plan It would bo poor polHlos to attempt to get suoh a provision through as It would be claimed Im mediately that tho provision was beneficial to the corporations only. No decision was reached In the matter. (United Press Leased Wlro.) . San Francisco, March 21. Wheat No. 1 California club, per cental, $1.57 01.65; white billing club, $1.62 1.67 V: whlto Australian, $1.70 1.72; Northern bluestem, $1.62 1.67; Northern club, $1'.571.62; Inferior grades of wheat, $1.351.G0. Barloy No. 1 feed, $1.35 l. 40; with Borne fancy, $1.38 ai; common to fair, $1.27 1.32; browing at San Francisco, $1.401.4G; brow Ing nnd shipping at Port Costn, $1.40 r.4C; Chevalier. $1.65 1.85, ac cording to quality. Potatoes Por cental, I.ompocs, $1.10(Q1.30; Orogon burbnnks, 85 $!; river whites, fancy, 50 75c; Early Rose, $1.25 1.35; rlvor rods, $1.35 1.40; swcot pofatoes, 3c por pound; now potntoos, 4 5c. Duttr Frejh California, oxtras, 2,4 c; firsts, 23 'c; seconds, 20 c; frosh pncklng Block, No. 1, 19c; No. 2, 18e. Frosh eggs, por dozon Extras, 17 c; firsts, 16 c; seconds, 16c; thirds, 14 c. New cheoBo, por pound Califor nia Huts, fancy. llc; firsts, 10 e; seconds, 10c; California Young America, fancy, 14c; firsts, 12c. . Storage EnHtorn fanny, Now .Tark, 17 c; Orogon, 12c, Oranges, por box Npvols, fancy, $2 2.25; cholco, $1.65 1.90; standard, $1.501.75 TnHgorlnos, i$1.75n2. 1 ' fo Cuttle Market Steady. Chicago, March 21. Hogs, ro colpta, 14,000; onttlo. 100r Bhcop, 3000. Hogs opanod strong, at yas tcrday's host prices. Loft dver yes terday 4900. M Ixod. $4.75 9 COS; good heavy, $490$B.'0Br rough hravy. $4.75CT1.8I; light, $4.70IT 4.9fi. Cattle, stonily; sheep, strong. Chicago. Moroh 21. May wheat gponed 95 Vic; hlghast, 91 o; low st, 93 q; olOBod, 94c. May corn openod CGo; highott, 60,o; lowest. 06V4C; poe-l, 6'J"o. Muy onts opened 54 o; highest 54 -Tic; lowost, 64o; olosod, 54 o. Y )wrm r WlilMUhfa PKTMU "Sa.i)eiMrT" tkMUUM - MLUilala jo ttMtatMmeoAiofcolorittiliter iiM m can im r nir mm! &. XrWInll na tkat will fee? its bHghtnM ml betty km frwlnally, kaviaf a stBooth, evea, 'pafabl" mm,' how Brothars "High Standllrd,, Paint IHs ready-to-use, thus mvIi jHOfctet's Ubm ami stMkk mtc tliat tJM ixlnjr is mrchanicalljr right. "HIGH STANDARb PAINT is nad of hMU a Mit. palnt-maklng experience htm proven to be risjht, sciewUScaUy mixed aarf groMnd to a woadcrf ul fineacss, UiMled ia tevcriwr 1srer, rdic cpwity, beauty, wesrtag qu.Utypro-cd K lnS 1Ml .T!f H;0 UQUtD rAttrr, thete I ft Lowe Brattief lBt4r au.raei lor wooawotKami wu; Hri Drrlnr FJr l"tn ft floem JAP-A-LAC AN colors, inckMaag goW and aKiiimmi. In aK size cans, from 1 5c up; caN for color card. Brushes for painting and general use Garden toot,, hoes, rakes, shovels, trowels, etc. A general Kne of bW ers' hardware and mechanks tools, stoves, and kRctten waar. Spencer Hardware Co. Cor. State and Liberty St. Phone 19 "SUy2f9UmiKWM9mmMmL SPRING SHOES Shoes for sttmmor wear, Juat.ro colvod. A big nhlpincnt of tho latest stylos nnd nhnpos mon's, boys', la dles nnd children's. Tennis uhoofi nnd light shoos. Easy and comfort nolo houso BlIpperH. Jacob Vogt Stiff Hint vHtrtHt. K(1mh, Orf(OM Stock Mnrlit Pinner. Now York, Mnroh 21. Tho active bidding that characterized yostor day's final hour was carried over Into today's trading with oven re newed vigor. Under this stimulus prices made another very satisfactory gain. This Is Illustrated In the re port of tho steel corporation, which showed tho numbor of shareholders to bo nearly 90,000, which is tho largost In its history. This army of small Investors Is made up of tho very best and thrift lest people, and It is tho absolute refusal of these holders to bo stampeded Into dump ing their stooku, that mokes the steel Ibsuos Immovahlo in the stormy financial soa. The bank statement made a nexcellent showing. ton; short, $1.20 por sack. Hay Cheat, $10; clover, $15; cheat, 85o; clover, 76o pur cwt. LUratock. Hogs Fat, $5.00, Stock hogs $4.00. Cows Top, $2.50; fair $2 $2.50 Stoors Tops, $3.60; fair, $2.75 $3.00. Tropical Fruits. Dananas $6, Oranges $2.25. Lemons $3. 50 4.50. VonJ Dressed, 5 7c. Portland Market, Wheat Club, 83o; valley, 83c; bltio statu, 86c. Poultry Hans, 1314ot dttokn, 151G; pigeons, old $1 por doz. Mlllstuff Drau, $24. Hay Timothy, valloy, $17 $18; alfalfa, $12$13. Vetch $14. Milt Miller of Lebanon has come out for Statement No. 1. Shows his natural goodness of heart' and he will probably have to vote for C16 publican for United States senator. A Xefuhlxir of Your as well as yourself is liable at any time to have rheumatism. We're all liable to have cuts or burns, bruises or scalds, crick in the back, neck or sldo some kind of an ache or pain. I ioea aevn iuui un.u bqu leu jruur neighbors Ballard's Snow Liniment relieves all aches and pains, and heals all wounds. 8old by all dealer!. SALlOf MAKKET. I! Whnlcewlc Market. BSRt 14 c. 13uUr Country 27 o; eramer; 303Sc. Hens 12k mixed ohlakens, iQc Iocal wheat 85c Oats 35c Barley $24 $2B. Flour Hard wheat, $1.80 $5, valley, $4.00. Hay Cheat, $14$ olover, $10 $12 por ton; timothy, $14 $15. Onions 24 o lb. Hops 01d,l2e; new, 3 6c. Cascara Bark 3 to 3 a Mohair 25c Oats IGc per bu. ' Wheat $1.00. Rolled barley $30. Eggs 15c Butter Country. 35c: cream ery. 45c Flour Valley, $1.20 sr sack; bard wheat, f 1.4O0J1.C, Bran 85c p$r sack; $2,50 per SEmn DESERT BY AGREES (Continued front pngo one.) early settlement of desort Amorlca by the Industrious negro, Roy. John Colonial), a colored and educated no gro olorgyman. Is In Pendleton ar ranging to bring to tho Umatilla country a largo colony of blnoks. Coloman Is tho presiding ctdor of tho African Mot hod 1st church In the Northwest, and thoroughly under stands tho conditions, from both an economic and climatic standpoint, and is thoroughly convinced that his plan Is -tho best yet offered. Coloman saya ho would only bring substantial, sober and Industrious families, negroes who haye already demonstrated that thoy are capable of making good citizen. He says tho part of the country Just being Honey wiih railing under fnlae col ors, nnd roltornted tho chargu that Honoy's effortn In flan Francisco were principally directed against or ganized labor. Ho sal dtliat Honey's fight ngnliiHt Uarrlmnn In California wns moroly ono pluiHO of tho UarrN mnn'Gould foud. Ilofnro n select, congregation at tho Tomplu Both Iarnol, Rnhhl Wlno gnvo IiIh linproiHlontTot tho San Fran oIbco Imbroglio. Ills chief ussault wus upon Judgo Dunne, but ho re served tho torms of "bungler" and "Irnsulhlts sorvant" for Honey. TAFT IS CERTAIN OF IK)N0R (Cnnllnuod from First Page) on out by Frank II. llltohcook, tho soortary of war's manager. These figures Indlonto that It will bo Tuft nn tho first ballot; that tho big Ohio ah Is already cor tain of 552 votes, 01 more than aro needed. llltohooqlc auys thoro can bu no mistake about It, and tho Tuft od hercnts'nro moro hopoful today than thoy huvo been at any tlmo slnco tho boom started. Taft'q manager says that tho load Ing Republican candidate's strength can bo accounted for In this man- ner: Now England, 52 votes; Ohio, 46j othur Northern and Eastern otatos, 52; Southern states, east of tho Miss issippi, 128; statos aud territories west of tho Mississippi, 270; outly ing territories. 4. Total number of votes, 552. Walling Out llryau. Washington, March 21. Antl.Bry dovelopod furnishes Ideal conditions. an Democrats doclaro today that tho for the fulfillment of bis sobome, which Is suro to be for the better mont of his people. Tnngun Tacklo Ifeney. Portland. Or.. March 21. Franolsi J. Henoy. Judge Dunne and the San Franolioo graft proscoutlon came In for a korere tongue lashing in two public halls In Portland Rabbi Wise, of tho Beth Israol Temple, wasl ono of tho speakers, and Father O. Yorke, of San FraneUeo, was the other. Father Yorke addressed a meeting of union labor men at Mer rill's ball. Referring to certain crlt- lolsms. which had been directed against him because of a recent in terview in the Portland papers. In which be castigated Heney, he said: "My remarks in regard to Heney have been locally characterized as vulgar. I don't understand how any person who says that, he if a friend of Heney's can set himself up as an expert oa iruliarUy." Father Torka thea ' declared that Won," nomination of th "peerless ono" at tho Denver convention has nlready been headed off Using tho name of Governor John A. Johnson, of Mlnuototp. to con jure with, they assort they already have three nioro voto than enough to provent the nomination Bryan, without the aid of a single delegate from the Soul I. The Mates whoso delegations will bo instructed anti-Bryan, they say, will ba till the East from Maine to Maryland, and Ohlr, West Virginia and Minnesota. MaimchuseUs, by Its state commute;, has already led off with a refusal to oudorso or In struct toe Bryan. Delaware already has Instructed, for Judgo Gray. Willis J. Abbott, Brass's represen tative In Washington, today con tented hiutsetf with the declaratien: "It is tho old crowd over again which nowlaated Parker. There is nothing ia their prsseat aoveueats that will defeat Bryau's aolia 'A .V fa