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DAILY OAPI FAD JOUIlXATi, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1008.
a. 5 ("SEES' J. L TOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER A Pu C nn;ii :rtjwr - lfili'.4..L' 2fefc yasftj . - . . v 3";- y r'.iy.Ti rfiar-HBLi-.'r l Sift v 'X&EIXtMuMci'-M VjTf GREAT CELAN UP OE Summer Goods Prices that force purchasers to buy. In every department of our 'tore we aro offering prlco concessions that will surprise the eager bargain Feokor. Summer Wash Goods Greatly Reduced ;mb nMMMv (OUGHT IN POSTOFFICE" . STABLES W.UTKIt V. JOHNSON KOHMH P.HTNK11SII!I WITH UN'CLU DICK WKSTAOOTT AT THH OLD STAND. Walter V. Johnson, who hnB wn In tho livery bmlncss with" G Il ka & Prtink, hn6 sold out his In trcst w'th that linn and bought a MJntorot with R. H. Woitncott, 1 thP old PoBtofllco Stnblos. Mr hlinion , oih of the hoHt known ROBBERY ATTEMPTED AT MIDNIGHT Snturdny tight at 12:30 Spoclnl Olllcor Wolch detected throe mop ranking nwny with n .trunk that con tnlncd n lot of cutlery and vnlunblui thnt hnd been lo.'t neur tho Ladd & Rush bank corner by n street fnkor. Ho nrrcsted two of them nnd ono HARRIMAN ' BUILDS IN MEXICO ..Mexico City, July 27. the Mexi can government having refused n 3epond request on tho part of K. H. I Hnrrlrmin nnd the men ng oc'Intod with hint In the building of tho Cnn nnen, YaquI River nnd Pnc'flc rail '.vnyp.i to extend tho tlmo limit fo .be completion of tho line, ordern hn'p been Issued for ruBhlng tht work Mth nit pos-lblo Bpoed. Tho line must be finished by October 12, 1012, one extension hnvlng been granted from tho nine date In 1910. Tho rond la to oxteni from Guaymns on tho north to Ouadalnjarn on the with, n d'rtnnco of about 870 ml!es. Tho northern liatf of tho routo Is of nsy eon Irttctlon, but beforo the southern terminus Is reached the road wl'l lmvo to bo carried over tho Sierra Mndres mountains, whore, In somo places, ft will coat "$100, 000 per mile. The promoters of tho line nro preparing to ntnko somo now roc ords for Bwlft construction. Ml'ttDKHKIt 1?XC1TKH WONDKIt OF 1'HlhON AUTIIOIUTIKR Control Forest Fires. (United Tress Leaned Wire.) San Miguel, Cnl., July 27. Ro ports received here today from the 3ceno of tho big foroit fire In the Montor,cy forest Mnto that the fire I under .contro'. The fire, which started last Tues day, had wiped out practically every thing from tho Mlipltns ' rnncho, mnchoro, whore It started, to the Snn Lucia peak nnd to the Indian csorvaOon. Tho Ore sturted nt 10 o'clock In tlio morning, presumably front n enmpor's' Are, nnd before night It hnd gnlncj In volume untt. It had destroyed several (arm hou c and orchards. Three men, whose names nro nor known, wore nenrly Inclnerntod byn wnll of flnnie3, which Jumped ncrosst a canyon' with lightning quickness, nurroundlng them on nil sides. They 'oft their bore nnd rnn to n stunt' stream. The horses woro killed. Forest rangers bnvc Ini'iresso-l men Into the'r service, to fight th lire. Tho path of tlio flnmes Is strewn with the "bodies of mountain Hone thnt woro klllei by tho flro. iiiiiiiiiwiiiitiiifciiiiiitiiiimmmniftmnnwwnmiiiniinmii M'nlrpil I'rfM I.ennetl Wire.) San Qulntln, Cnl., July 27.-Lou!s -,,, , pontro, of MnnchurIn Mhy Sutton, lenhh chnmplon of the world, U to p!ny her slstor, Flor enco, for the championship of Southerns-California. Private advices say Governor Tn"-IIsu-YI, who is 'being sent to thank tho United Stutoi for romlttlng pnrt of the I3oxer Irdomnlty fund, Is re nlly being Bent to secure hob) for V. Dnbncr, ono of tho famous gnt plpo tnugs, nwnltlng hnnglng next Friday morning, Is regnrded by War don Hoylo ns tho most romnrknblc prisoner thnt has over canto under the observation of tho prjsott au thorities. Ho slept soundly lnt night ns though J10 woro not -Imply count ing tho time until tho ropo should ond h'h enrthlv oxlstcnco. Dnbner mn'ntalu3 n romnrknblc nttl-tudo of stoicism, nnd does not scent to caro for the klndnem of the chaplain and othors, who lmvo conio to hco htm during hl In t week. DabnorV motlior, who lives nt Pet nlumn, visited her ron for nn hour ynsterdny. She cried dirlng tho Depositors to tho number of GOOD hnvo organized to c-lmlnny prosn cuto the Mnrket ctreot bank of Snn Francisco for mismanagement. Judgn Peter Grosscttp, who ren dered tho rnvnrvil ilpcHon ngnln t the $29,000,000 flno of tho S'nndnrd Oil Company, Indlgnnnt'y dnlos thnt ho hns boon InvUed to ditto with Rockefeller's nephew. ivlinln nf tlio vlalf ntwl luff nnvlnr began to strugglo nnd got nwny. but ,. i. ,u,i ., ...'.. .. i.. - 1 one he landed In Jail, nnd will ,. Dalinor.g fnthor lllM n wcoir nWI. oil . . havo to Hand trial. Tho man hold nftcr 0 w convlcted; onil ,, npcd " yov ; Ren, is Goo. Parker, nnd Welch believes mnmr ,,, -nnvnr.Unnn wnU -n mpnt '. DcfcctN lii Atiu't-lemi Miinlclpnl Ite- ;iort. "From tho majority of municipal accounts published tho layman can not, ns n rule, get nny Idea whntovcr of tho -tnndlng of nclty, whllo oven tho trained mind can scldam extrnct tho epRntlnl dntn from tho figures Among other dofecti Is ornl omlaRlon o' n stato- fmitlt tho actual nnnn- clnl condition of tho city. Again, tho inuti were trvlnc tn cot nwnv ..... ,. with tho coodH. In which caso .tL .,". o,l .. .., . 'ntanof- the roportB prer.ontod to Ml. lb .-l-y. having served as lire, chnrgo of hlghwny robber ftll bo o"lllbrncttl Christianity. Dnbner onld '.ySV'LTS!. .?' -n"i 1 '&f. cl' ntnrshnl. on tho nnllcu Jnld ncnlnst them. I.,.., ,.: ,., ..,.,.. . j. cnpltulntlon of ensh receipts nnd dls- ' I i mm nv wuiiiii iiirii vjiiri&riuiu 111 u , :.. m nrtl ob deputy chorlff. lli tsow8 th Hmtv business llko n ixik. and the wants of tho traveling Jitlle will be well enrod for as ovr li the new flnn. "D'ck' Clienmwu Coiiiutt'iiremeiit. Annual commencement exerclso4 nt tho Snlom Indian Training School Westncott at Chomawn woro begun Sunday with It tbo premier in that line, nnd lii'i bnccnulnuronto tormon by Rov. 1 reputation for being n good Judgo'rinucr, of Snlom. Tuasdoy thero will Hh aid n earefkul man with be n fho;) Inspection nnd field sporta, t an-i mimn'. The Q'd Po toflloo and' Wuriiitailny mora nthlotlcs nnd Mf ri!! 1 miicii lmp-oved, nnd tho lltornrj-' oxorolws In tho nftor- Mt Jjhrsi. 1 , uono to Portland i oou nnd ovenlng. ' Uwildos tho rog- ' buy a n- . U., (,f nibbsr-tlre-J i for the it g-owliiK trade. Th ... . " w... ..... .. w i,urBmnonl,; Such ft ntntomont Is of nu 01 mo pr.osi, 0111 a.omsou sqonn ,n nrnMlnnl vlllll. tn r,tv rnilnr,i Ho has not 8,I,t ndministrntlve ofOcors or tho mibi'.- "For oconomlcjil fnnnngomont enl to bo ropontnnt for n wool;, nnd tromblos nil day, . o DIG OIL WKLL erfontv ndtn'nlRtrn'lon, tho rovon-ues- nnd expenditures nppllcnblo to aiJSIIKIl IS AFIRIi! o'neh vonr should tie olenrlv -bown I npnrt f'om tho ncHunl 'cash recolp M'nllMl l'r.M Lnmert Wlrc.i fnm1 ritahnmnrnPii'tK nf tlin vonr. In - Mexico CUy. Ju'y 27.-rF)amos are th9 wtty only canJ.vnluntle romimr.i Bhootlng 1500 foot Intd tho nlr to- tlv ni!r01 on tho rovonuos nnd" ox- , ...u . wp m.......l . . . . ulnr Oregon oloctrlc oars that stop "? " "" " '" .....u, ponso accounts bo obtained. The om--ther., tbroo pselnls will run. leav- wh,oh hM b" ,",r,,lnK ,for the l'Mtomt'dn of niitiM ut'lltlos won'd 1)9 V-nrm-lKt n nll-ntund flrtt-ilng Salmn ot S.30 n. m.. I p. in. nnd wo .. '" l BV --n-Hnlly "roludtced woro tho 0 italmi. t.nr.iin .,i.i B.i. 7 .n m . ntllrni. u.v. pim.nmv,, """ '"",w " l"" ""' l" '"- lncklnK. as hero moro than In nny I One Third Off! On Men's and Boys' Dress Straw Hats And Misses Sailor Hats Wo have too many Drcs Strnw Huts nnd must closo them out. Don't suffer with the boat when you enn buy n light straw hat an One-Third less than the regular prlco. Every Oxford Tie in the House Reduced 20 per cent Men's Suits 1 Reduced 20 per cent . t , Boys' Suits Reduced 20 pc cent Great values In Summu" Vn3l1 Goods on our bargain tables V In tho Dry Goods Sect 'on. Do You Wear North Star Hose Tho enormous trndc wo havo In our ho lory dennrtntont Is duo to tho fact that w roll you a lietjor Jioso for tho money than you enn got nt "regular stores" Try n pnlr of thoio "linen knoo" Jt hoso for your' Ijo.vh. Our prlco only 23c. ; J6gJ&d wad A d!OS& .rj$ptfi:ttSZzYrntftwmm !! Ill IHWI iMMmSi Salem, Oregon : : W. I. STAI.EV, u t.pi I A live bu Int-s t r.l il-ijt c'-oo'. . Hiuloruoil by binineis in-''. Th ffboni v-)!( -"'' e , p sltloni nnd hold tVe-n. 'Llr'.ug es pouses low. School In domhr.i' s toaalon. Sunt! for.Cnta'oguo. pa ent bu l.. ,s. won Armour, n St. Louis con "TITO- r.ei.A . 1. A ft. . . - ""miiy mjoi nnu KIUOU l' if t,.-onne hu rfus8d to n Imi irt ttrA nftfl ffh'nti n nnttf rttlMot .. . . . .. :3a n. in. nUjMnji. in. ,h. - otnor pnnao or tno muniemi -cv- The nroitrnma w 111 e (very lboMittr. i" .'"! ".'- . ... itty are compnrntivo stnioinaiiH nni nt 12 m 4:3a n. and will bo cftrrlod out In tho now dgyntnnslum.whloltwlllnccontmodato oil Is flowing from the well daily, u I about threo tlmoi a. many ns tha !'MnE it the grontostgu8her In bl,- lotum i., i. ,..,. ,.. ,... i,., .,.,.. ,. m,.. i ..i,. I ory. Tlioro l little bo-io or oxin. . .; ...v jiui IllVUt JUIV- I "111 H500JIJIUJ III !ifcien.a Vi family for 1( ytaru ' Uo of this city 0 C Kl'i- and Robert L. Smith. Ohnloraft. i.iooia mlrr- ovfr SO voam nf nm. ' eon.- ' nr-i-.-s for foU nilnoa l"Mr .! If . , hnlL The gnernl nub npd other towns nre Invited to attend by Superintendent w'llY SO WHAICV i 'in r 4 i-f.tf WL . 'in u , F iiJc G.,,1 i 4,5 B a T a ?!ff4 1 "-; Ua broken dowa ' t the plot ngelpsj; cied Into by Mrs, Eye Trials M Today.. Lookl tie DB fails IN TDK FACI5 It! ICMuoy Troubles M"y Ho RupphifJ Your Life Awny Snlem l?ey . pie Hnvo riructl This Fet. When R Healthy Men or Woman i tet-ure a divorce, uoglus to run down wlinout apparent uf Portland, Is Im- cause, becomos week, languid, de prosaod, stiffen backacho, hondaohe, , dizzy jjolls hnd urinary disorders, look to tho kid nay a for tho causo'of It, nil. Jvqqp the kidney woll a?t,l they will keep you weM. Doait'i KldnoW Pills cure alok. k'dneys nnJ keoif thorn vfcUl Here Is Salen te-r- tlniony ia prove It: E. 13. Gillian, lV9trIcWp Qf livery and feed stable nf 62 Ferry' streot, and living at 332 Water St., Salem Oiogon, eny.: "Years of almost con stant driving and a fall which I got several years, ago which wronchod my back baudly had tended to hurt nty kidneys. 1 suffered 'fsom back ache and lameness so that 'at times I could hardly straighten up. Shrtrp pa'ns caught me .when I arose after sitting. None of the remedlgei I t-Ied did me any good until a short time ago I was Induced to get Doan's Kidney Pills at Dr. Stone'a Drug store. In a short- time I-ob. talned moro rollef from the. back ache and disordered condition of the kidneys than I iJd for. years. I know of neighbors who havo used your remedy, and they all speak of it H3 the best medicine thero is, and I belles this to. bo so." For fale'by all dealers. Prlco 50 cents. Foeter-lllburi Co., Butfalo New York, sole agont3 for the United S'atee. Remember the name Doan'e Bxptrf sa;- that 00,000 bar-ols of 'opom(,nK COHt8 nml statistic oeien. ItlPl." The ribovn statement ma'' bv Mni-wiok, MltchoII ft Co. ro'ers to the .moro prions dof(!t In th fl- nanolnl nronort'on of A '" y the WISE nnno not 0" ho look anotherway,t Ith0 trial, of today but ad4 to the '"Serines nf , .- . UUJUrrOWt J J yQU . " re weak, if a nint comes ' them, or they ache, or burn, 6fberv0 many way don,t teU Wt you 0UBht to do " ay do It you ,,ke s Jewelry Store "d Liberty street.. gulsblng tho flames nm, but the Penneylvnnla Oil Company, which owns tho well. Is preparing a metal ' ltlos. Tho majority of thoao glv lit- drag which wIU be hauled noroe tbeit,e l)rn(,tiCfti information -ct tbt oponingB, in nu offort to quaneh Hi tjIft tronBiiror or control'er bin n' flnmas m roon as the flro subsides RC(Uaiy stolen tho clty'i fundi. vM, Btiflielontly to allow men to net near onough to work. -r-O- c MAY ASK HKCA1J OI MIXISJKH (Tnlt rt I'ri'KH I.enKcd Wlr.i , ntiBlinjojt, 'iuly 27VThj Ron mntnlnn Koverninpnt Is today son sldflrlng tho advisability of dtmand ing that Washington rooull Hanc 'o, Knowles, envoy oxtfnqrdlnnryatnl minister plenipotentiary to Ron mnn'a .and Servla, who is acciuexl of Miavlng ntJreiyesented his nutbQil'y to tho Roumanian ofllclals. Tho in cident, whloh caused n dlp'omatl crisis here, Is tho outcome of nego tiation! between the United Slnte and Roumanla concerning a proposei' extradlt'on treaty. Premier Sturdz, who drew the extradition treaty, ac cuses Knowlca of having represent ed to him that ho he had plenary! only too anxou- ia hayn the stae- !n mnny coses oyon this in not md porfootly elfiAr. Tho financial stnt meat of tbo mtinlolDil corporation houJ(l show Hi etoekholders, tho clttept. war thai h. tt h-nil' - forfi c'e'ly ht t n"ht v "l' tln.of the eltv nn a vioi" bi-i ! of it worn) fivle anil deartmenie. for th'8 pnr')0e tho be'nnpo liet should sot forth. o'on-ly the o'lmlfp-d accounts. Rxooilont Ulu't'ii'bHM f suoh shoots wore given In our .inn" 3d number. The rovonuei nnl dl buromonts also shotild b cln,'fl'", a'cordlpg" to potio well thought-out s'liemo, vhlch wIP u(-n't of " ' 'ti'n'nipi; flgur coi-c"rnlnff nnv dc Ipartmont or class of business con ducted by the miinw'niy. 'n i r paring such c'ass'flcatJon the con troller and tbo, departments can work togetlte't'tto draptage; and the department chief who beilevei he I dolag creditable work should. b. iwaasjaKOBtmaocsaOTasD i it y tk M' hmrnc a? UpA mAH1 filfs siSJ. v1 UI "u lvl,u "" powers to conduct tho treaty between the two nations. The treaty wa1 drawi) and sent to Washington, "where it was dlfan proved. Tho Incident has caused the Roumanian government much hu miliation, ?aya Premier Sturdz, and he demands that, Envoy Knowles b recalled. The entire forest reserve ofp.OOO acres'' at Monterey, California, I threatened by flt wh'chyfTas already- deafrpyed JM00 wrM Twenty-two thousand dollars ha already been aubscribed toward the toadaa-ery a. Albany. mnt nf that work bo nrcnared tha any Intelligent cUlien may readl'y understand bis annual report and give to him his deserved credit. We. do not boljevo that many reports of this class are Intentionally mada non-Informative, with the Intention of concealing uneconpmoca', Inefflo lent or dlehone t conduct of the city's buslnes ; but they Jay th ad mlnlstrat'on open to imlnuat'on o tills, jiatnre and do much towar reailng tup ausittcion of ci(v off! 'jla rtlcl unfTtunav'.'-iTa' or at least rail en tae reiuiawuu v 'uch cbargea which ey are capab of affording. Miralrfpal Jcrurna' ?4 jEnglnee rv . . Circassion Walnut to suggest to you the values we are now offering in this depart ment during our Great Removal Sale. No. 356 hi, Reg. $25.00, now $21.00 No. 233, Reg. $45.00, now ' $38.00 'No. 754, Reg. $48.00 now $41.00 ffCREOITV r is nj Ike OOO TJ- wAwigPiTww EFUSfflSHH