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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. 1008 MMPlWfpWWWWWKJWHWmMMBBWMwiMMaHBeMZSr - J9 L STOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER GLOVE WEEK . SIX DAYS OF UNPARALLELED GIJOVE SELLING. We want evory woman and miss to visit our glovo department this week. Wo know that our specials aro mora attract! nn.t 'better values than .over before. Wo want you to come to tho store fthls 'k nnd as a sPec,nl inducement have put on this sale. n rl Kid (Bloves Black and Colors Regular $1.00 and $1.25 values wilt be sold at 75c a pnlr. Remember these gloves aro takon from our regular Btock nnd aro just such as you , nro now wearing. 1L $1.00 and $1.25 Kids reduced to - - ' 75c Long Silk and Lisle Gloves, 75c values up to $1.25, re juced to, per pair and $1.25 This lino comprises black whlto silk gloves from our. line, and n lino of Hslo gloves In tnn, grey, whlto and black, bought es pcclally for n special sale. 'V -y .J.i-"iv YOUTH ADMITS MURDER ON THE FARM. HOW NATURE PROVIDES FOR VS. OF HIS SWEE1 HEART ALVIX HEATON, EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD, CONFESSES TO MURDERING SLVRY STEVENS- STORY. UGLY SHORT FABRIC GLOVES 50c a pair CSc to $1,25 varies In almost evory shade wanted for this season's wear. Reduced to 50c pr GLOVE WEEK-DONTMISS IT DANKER GOES TO PRISON (Contlnuod From Page 1.) do- Mate- Gns & Electric company Ittd with the trust company. (l! the prisoner woe tnken from I county jail ho seemed completely Kgned to his fnto and showed llttlo otlon. l'p to tho last minute Brown hnd pes of being able to cscapo confine. ot In tho penitentiary, pleading it bo bo allowed to sorvo his son- Ice In the county Jail, but this ro ws denied him on tho ground i It It would lend to thn bronkintr I n or prison pfore have to Undergo tho humllt- on of h-lng measured, shaved and fPM and clothed In convicts Jnmcs Trcndwoll, tho former Alas kan mlno owner, against whom an Indlctmont chnrglug porjury n con- CfUErvl II C nectlon with tho ombezzlement of tho OvJiILUULL Colton securities from the cnwornin Snfo Deposit & Trust company, was Issued today and placed In the hnnd3 of the sheriff. (United Press Leaped Wire.) Kanab, Utah, May 13. Broken by .the constnnt "sweating" to which ho has been subjected, Alvln J. Heaton, the 18-yenr-old youth accused of tho J murder of his sweetheart, Mary Stov 'ens, aged 17, near Ordervllle, con fessed today. He said that ho mot the girl by ap pointment In n canyon back of Ordor vllle for tho purposo of discussing her trouble, for which ho was re sponsible. Sho begged him to mnrry her and while plendlng with him to right tho wrong he had dono ho shot her four times and sccrotod her body in a gulch under n pile of rocks, where It was found two dnys Inter. Heaton nnd his victim were school mnteBand two years ngo beenmo sweethearts. Tho girl's parents did not frown on Henton's wooing, ns ho came of a good family ond had al ways conducted hlmsolf In an honor able ninnner. Three months ngo, however, ho ennsed tho glrl'H down fall. From that tlmo until tho mur der wns committed ho tried to cast her off, but sho would not bo de served and wroto him frequently beg ging him to fulfill his promlso to mnrry her. ' Driven to desperation, tho boy agreed to n mooting with her In tho ennyon nnd tho tragedy, which in tunny respect3 is similar to tho murder of Grace Drown by Chester Gillette, fololwed. o The Swine and the Flower Oh tnel I saw a huge and loathsome sty, I Wherein a drove of wallowing awiue were barred, Whose banquet shocked, tho nostril and the eve: ike a voice, "Behold the source ardl" I OF FLEET ARRANGED rt, T .u . mo9t ,na,Pndent man on oarth It tho farmor, for ho tnakos tho earth yield hint almost everything needed for llfo. Ho knows that as ho sows so will ha ft,. . usunl'y hcops strong and noalthy from constant strife with Nature -In sunshine and In puro air. At night whon work Is douo, ho finds most refresh Ing sloop, such as only a tired man knows. In tho tame way that the earth yields food for man, so does It provide remedies for human ills. Thousands of households throughout the farming dis tricts of tho United States know the valuo of Dr. Plorco's Golden Medical Dis covery It Is Nature's most valuable and health-giving agont made without ths use of alcohol. It contains native modi clnal roots, and Is tho concentration of Natnro's vitality as found In the Ameri can forosts. This remedy has & history which speaks woll for It because It wai glvon to tho public by Dr. It. V. Pierce, foundor of tho Invalids' Hotel and Surg, leal Institute at Buffalo. N. Y nearly forty years ago, and 'has slnco boon sold by druggists In over Increasing quan tities. Dr. Plorce' found that tho bark oi tho Black Cherry-troo, tho root of th Mandrako, Stono root. Queen's root, Bloodroot and Golden TJoal root, madi Into a scientific, non-alcoholic extract by tho uso of glyccrlno. mndo tho best nltora tlvo and tonic. Tho refreshing Influoncs of this extract Is nt onco npparnnt In ths rccovorod strength of tho patient tin vital fires of tho body burn brighter and t.nl I....-......... .1..!. - .. ""in wcru.isi'u iicuvuy consumes wis tlssuo rubbish which othcrwlso may poison tho system. This alterative nnd ' h tonic extract has boon found to stand alono ns n safo, Invigorating tonic, ns It does not depend on alcohol for a fnlse stimulation, but ts Nature's own method tj of strengthening and cleansing tho sys- m torn, it tone up tho stomacb and purlflos tho blood In Nature's own way. It Is well known all over tho world ns Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, Tho name wns glvon to this vcgotublo compound bocauso one of tho Important Ingredients wns Golden Seal root. Such nn . . . . authority ns Dr. Roberts Bartholow, of ,. .... . ,. Jefferson Medical Collet, says of Golden nftornoon for Albany, N. Y. Mrs. !!Ln&JXlVX&!l .nJ,cJ1J. Tempo drives a two cylinder, 8-horeo- M M M M H M M n SIMPLIFYING THE SEARCH POR "SOMEBODY" r m m HE MERCHANT knows that every article in his store is a bargain for SOMEBODYtbr some body who lives in Irs store-territory. The real estate operator and agent know that every piece of property on their lists is a ''bargain" for SOMEONE-for someone whoKves here, or here abouts. The landlord knows that his tenantless store, or office, or house oraparment is exactly what SOME BODY is looking for somebody who MAY actually live in the neighborhood. The householder, with a furnished room to rent, know that to SOMEONE in town it would appeal as the prettiest "one-room home'' possibly to find. The owner of a "used but useful article of value, no longer personalty needed, knows that, to SOMEBODY in town the chance to buy it at a reas onable cash price would be welcome. For all of theso people, advertising In this news- paper affords tho only practical way to find their especlal"somcbodIos""to (jo into tho crowd and pick out, unerringly, tho "right pcoplo." M M M m m m m m H headaches nccompntirlnn thnsnmo." Then spo of lai .il..l..ll.. ., ...Ill 1 III IIIPUIJIIIIV. MU Will z. - '.,.,, ... r ,. ,,, .,, (United Press Leased Wlro.) San Francisco, May 13, Although Admiral Sporty does not assumo cpmmnnd of tho Atlantic fleet until Trend well Arrested, bench warrant for tho nrrost of I fled, and saw a field that seemed at first glistct white, With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage nursed) And, as I lingered o'er the lovely sight, The summer breeze, that cooled that Southern scene, Whispered, " Heboid the source of COTTOLENEI" (OUR ATTENTION WSln7 Iticnltiv Respectfully Drawn to Our TT illUv W lIOIUJ In the Woolen Mill Store. Be Sure and Get a Ticket For the Saturday Evening Premium :::::: There Is Nothing ,a h!cu d'ay Is so dangerous as in Eye Trouble. Wnen you consider that you can got along fairly well without any ose except sjght, you will understand how Important it Is to ke no chances with your eyes. Our Business Is to Tell You When You Need Glasses . BARR'S JEWELRY STORE The Store of Quality Crwr State m4 liberty $& Oreoi Mny 15, ho has already arranged tho Itinerary for tho northern cruise of tho battleships after their reparturo from bore. This action was taken In view of tho fact that many mnyorrt of tho cltlos on Pugct sound nnd fur ther down the const had requested a list of tho dates 'of tho arrival of the Root at their respective poru. Tho Connecticut will leaJ tho long co'umn of 'fighting ships out of tho harbor of San Francisco next Mon day when a course along tho Merdo clno will bo sot. On Tuesday morn ing, tho fleet will pass Humbolt bar nnd that ovenlng tho people of linn don and Coqulllo rlvor, Oregon, will hnvo an opportunity to view tho ships, steaming nt n speed of tett knots. That same night those on the shore at Coos bay may catch sight of tho twinkling lights of the armada several miles out to sea. During tho early hours of the morning of May 20. the ships will .steam pass Now- port and Ynqulna bay In plain view of tho watchers along tho const. , The fighting vessels Bhould arrive off the Columbia river light ship nt noon Wednesday and later they will pass close to Grays harbor and an ahor off the entrance of the Straits of Fttca. The fleet will then break up and some of tho battleships will visit Port Angeles, Port Townstnd, Belling ham, and on May 23, thirteen vessels will dron anchor at Seattle. Tho Connecticut, Vermont, Kansas and Louisiana will proceed to San Fran otsco and some of the other ship will make repairs at Bremerton navy yard. . n " fears kxtertaixi:d for armv max Manila, Mny 13. Sesond Lleuton ant of Engineers Arthur Thornbeok, who left his station at Plntar. Min danao, alone a month ago, has not returned and It Is feared he U dead. it llitr llin Hfimn." llr. Grovor Cop, In his book Organic Medl rlnes, speaKlng of Golden Soul root, says that "ns n liver Invlgorator It hnifie crttnl." Further ho says, "In chronic In- j llammntlnn of tho bladder wo deem It otto of tho most reliable agents of euro. As a tonic In tho convalescing stage of fovors, Snoumonla, dysentery and other acute Iseasos Hydrastis (Golden Sonl root) Is peculiarly appropriate" I Dr. Coo centinues: "Wo would hers add that our experlonrn has demon-1 started tho Hydrastis or Golden Seal root I to .bo n valuablo remedv In bronchitis, i laryngitis, and other affections of th respiratory organs.- Prof. Hobart A. Haro, M. D University of 'Pennsylvania, says of Golden Soal : "Of -service In chronic caturrh of 'the stduuich aud bowoli following obuto of nlcohol, n tonic after malarial fover. Has a distinct, nutl-malarlal Inlluenco. Good In all catarrhal conditions, at uterine catarrh, lournrrhea, etc. Is a curative nent In chronic dypopsl,." Prof. John M. Hcuddrr In Smclllu .Mod. cation tnys of Golden Seal : "It stlmu-.UGHllxMllL-i'htlvo lihl(Virw. mid Incrmvye tint n44lnillntlon o' fuml lv t)imi moMin the blood U riirlchal, nnd tbts blood feeds tno tniMctiitr system, i mention tun miisculnr system becauso I bollovo It tlrst feels tno Increased power Imparted by tho stimulation of Increased nutri tion. Tho .consequent Improvement on tho nervous and glandular systems are natural results. "In rolntlon to Its general offects on tho' systom, there U no tneillclne In ue about which liherc In suci (jcncral iuiuh Imltu of opinion. It Is univcrtallti ro gardnd as the tonic useful In ull do bllltlnted states." Dr. Plorco's Fnvorlto Prescription spa dally put up tor woman' Ills far those dlstrnsslng drugging down ullmonts peculiar to women Is also a tompnranca rnmody that Is best known by Its cures. With Dr. PlercoM medicines, tholr In- &redlnnU aro mutters of publleknowledgo, nlng printed on each pnrnto lottto wrapper. Thus Invnlld sufferer ure taken Into Dr. Pierce' full coiilldeuce Dr. Plorco'j (treat tlioumnd-paga llliis ated Common .Smiso Medical Adviser Till txi nt froo, pntor-tmund. for SI ono tnt stamps, or cloth-bound for 31 starnps, mmm. Dr. U.V. Plere. Butfulo, N. Y; powor runnbottt. Sho left Portland, Mnlno, Tuesday and expects to reach Portland, Or., by July D. fighters"-7 prepared FOR GANG A Smile. Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish whon you're bluo, bilious and out of torts. There U a sure cure for all kinds of stomach and liver com plaints constipation and dyspepsia, Ballard's Herblne is mild, yet ab solutely effective In all cases. Price 50 cents per bott'e. Bold by all dealer. PLAX OCEAN YACHT RACES (United Press Loasod Wire.) Los Angolos, Cal., May 13. At a motlng of thoso interested today, n fund of $3000 was subscribed with which to dofray tho oxpenso of con ducting tho proposod yacht raco from San Pedro to Hnwnll. It was decid ed that $10,000 will bo sufficient to flnanco tho rnco and the balance of this amount Is expected to bo secur ed shortly. It Is Intention of tho promoters to tecuro tho rnco from Sun Pedrd Jul I, and yachts from Seattle, San Frnnolsco, San Diego and Los An geles ports are expootod to enter tho contest. The race last year was started frqm San Francisco and was won by Commodore Sinclair of tho South Coast club with the yacht Lurllno. (United Press Lonsod Wlro.) San Frnnclsco, May 13. Both men down to wolght nnd In What thoy call perfect condition, Joo Guns nnd Rudolph Unholz, the "'fighting Boor," who moot In n 20 round con tost tomorrow night, nro resting to day. Unholz, despite thu heavy oddn against him, continues confident. Gnus nntlclpntos no trouble in dis posing of the Boor nnd looks for a knockout Insldo of 1C rounds. 0 NIGHT RIDERS RURX RARX (United ProBs Lonsod Wlro.) West Union, 0 Mny 13. Tho largo barn of William Sholl, four miles west of bore, was burned by night riders Inst night, dosplto tho fact that Holdlers worn camped in tho, vicinity. o IHtOWX.HVIIiLE INVESTIGATION IH POSTPONED (United Pross Loasod Wlro.) Washington, Mny 13. In accord ance with nn ngroomont reached to day by tho Republican 1, further ac tlpn In the Brownsville soldiers case will bo postponed until tho next ses sion of congress, LOW RATES EAST Will Bo Mndo This Season by the SOUTHERN PACIFIC (LINES IN OREGON) From Salem, One. AS FOLLOWS: ROTH WAYS ONE WAY TO THROUGH VIA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA ICING IHSCl'SSEK DUKE'S MARRIAGE Rome, May 13. King Victor Em manuel of Italy, today recolvod tho Duke of Abruzzl and they discussed the latter's coming marriage toKath erlne Elklns, daughter of United States Senator Elklns, of Weat Vir ginia. Aftor taking lunch with tho king and queeu, tho duko left for Spezzl. Ho arrived hero from Naples. PORTLAND TO PORTLAND AVTOIHTH IX EOSTON Boston. Main,. May 13. Mrs. E. E. Teapo and her daughter, Mrs. Vera Mackelvle of Sand Point, Idaho, ar rived here today on their "Portland-to-Portland" auto trip and left this TWEXTV-NIXE PRISONER' IN ItUOMIA DEAD Ekaterluoslav, Muy 13. Nineteen of tho convicts In tho government prison who wore wounded In tho at tempted escape uftor tho wall had been shattered by a bomb have died, making tho total number of deaths 29. Elovon of tho remaining 28 wounded are In a serious condition. o DeurwM Cntuint 1m Cjrreo. by local applications, an thy cannot reach the dlsoasod portions of tho ear. Thoro Is only ono way to euro deafness, and that is by constitution al remedies. Deafness Is caused by au Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this fubo Is Inflamed you havo n rumbling sound or lmporfcct hear ing, and whon it Is entirely closed, deafness U the result, and unless tho luflntnatlon can bo takon out and this tube restored to Its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed ferever: nine cases out of ten nro caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. We will give Ono Hundred Dol lars for any caso of deafnets (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall'w Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. o - SMHtk stmhm mmnii9iyi KUttM June 5, 6, 1 9, 20 July 6' 7, 22, 23 August 6, 7, 21,22 Good for return In 00 days with stopover prlvllogos at pleasure within limits REMEMBER THE DATES For any furthor Information call oa ngentB. WM. M'MUHRAY, Gonoral Passenger Agont, PORTLAND, OREGON. SOUTHERN PACIFIC II. It. TIME TABLE C&yffl& .Time Card No. 01! Effective Sunday DecemlK-r iiOth, 12.01 A. M. Toward Portland Psneng(r. No. 1C. 5:53 A, M. Oregon Exprws. No. 18. SHO A. M, Cottngo Grove Passenger. No, 12. 2; 45 P. M, Roseburg Pas sougor. No. 14. 0 j 13 P. M. Portland Ex press, Toward Portland Freight, No. 222 5;00 P. M. Portlaud Fast Freight. No. 220. 10H0 A. M., way freight urrlvoj. No. 22011:28 A. M.. way freight doparts. Toward 8u Fruuclsro Passenger. No. 11. 11;03 A. M. Roaeburg Pas senger,. No. 17.-0:45 P. M. Cottago Orovo Passenger, No. 15.-9:50 P, M. California Ex press. No, 13. 2:01 A, M, San Francisco Express, Toward San FtuhcUco Freight, No. 231. 2.43 A. Mi Portlasd PaH Freight. No, 22511.28 A.1W. way freight. Chicago $74.15 $87.50 1 St. Louis $09.15 $82.50 I St, PaUl $01.65 $81.75 j Omaha $61.05 $75.00 I Kansas City $61.65 $75.00 TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE Mm a -i a " t !