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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY BO, 1008.
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Mues Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind IflUIOXiUKK'S SOX CHARGED WITH KMIHaZLlfiMKV.T iifj Sin Francisco, July 30. Con- tuble S. J. Gilliam ,of Santa Rosa, todir took Horaco Robinson, of Now Tork, promoter of tho Mnrconl Wire n Company, and son of n million me, from tho St. Francis Hotot to Santa Rota to answer to tho charge cf obtaining money under faluo pre tenses, ltohlnson, who has charac Urticd his stay of six wooks In this !e!tr with lavish expenditure of mon er, spent last night In custody of DJ- telve Ilnn, who stayed with tho -millionaire " Robin ou's trouble resulted froirt the alleged sale of 20 shnros of Mnr rm wireless for ?400 to J. S. Rhodes c' Santa Rosa Rhodes charges that tie promoter sold tho stock with 'a faarantee that they would bo re deemed on demand, and that lie had KTiral times vlsltod tho 'promoter-at ik St. Fraud , and domnndod hla honey batk. Rob'nson was oxtromoly norvous then Informed Inst night that ho ti unJer arrest. 'I haven't robbed n bunk or stolon ur raonoy or anything else," ho ex- chlmed Robinson was recontly sued by J. L. Glenn, a wealthy race trnck man, for $30,000 dnmagos for allonntlny tbe affections of his wlfo. Mrs, Olonn t Ud tho arrested man at his npart otati last night, when sho loarnod cf Ms trouble. HKAI) 01' CARNEGIE INSTITUTE TOURING WEST San Fmnr'sco, July 30. Dr. Rob ' S Woodward, one of tho foro- 'tf scientists of Amorlca, and pros lifat of tho Carnoglu Institute at salngton, D C, Is hero on a tour I lnspc ion He h looking Into 've Western nctlvltlos of tho Ineil ' wbkh has tor Its object, tho dU- r of kiu.A ledge that will bencQt "kind . D Woodw,. a haa recently visited botanlra' laburatorjf at Tucson A''2"Ba ht Mount WJlaon solar ob Wfrat0v ar Pasadena and Stanford t;verM leg Afra, i to the University of r fornla he win viuit i.ntimr nn... " iie L-aiit w'znrd, nt his homo ta Santa Rosa Bin-lank receives a regular annul nrom the Carnegie Institute to pro " his Investigations. iOHEIlX APPLIANCES rOH FAIR GROUNDS Aoons the new appliances tha '' used nt th Btnta ,. ,,,, 7er lll be nve modorn automatic t the main entrance of the ' Kroilmta These gates will reg 1-ter the u "- - " I'ursons passing nuntliK . . . -a ae entrance of each person iWrved bolh at the entrance ' w hr Serretar' ofllce by eler- taaTl cW ail'Ia is the raco bouncer Th ,i. .... Uh6 rr., i "- i " sounds, an1 win h inainiii a; cace i The ...' .";."'. .. "W the wiuB-n- !., .t ... " uuuncuia will tll PM-ioiu and ean b"0aten aud8 3osoh " 'Bl,dd' "vho occlH J" ! ' that ,he imsltlAi &nr ba J,led tbu benoh of th? suiiQrlQr-counti "! !- momont tha hiraes.nasj,0' ,a coun,y for noar,y 20 yoara' " ITt tvit-A ' . A.S'I'ci . " 9iDfjiKlltWH.vH IJI ! "-" Juf" MS..QNGE. (Continued from Page lr) .., . 'A r ; v i i y f ' hp had- been at any Uuie during th( past two weeks. Late last evening, however, he suffered a reiapse, and at 10 o'cloqk he passed Into a Btata of unconsciousness from which ho never recovered. All night long relatives sat at the bedside. At G:40 the nurso an nounced that .the patient was dying. A telephone message wa3 sent to Dr. C. R. HarrlB, tho family physician, but In five inlnute3 the end had come. Uric acid poisoning, resulting In the Inst stagoa of Brlght's disease, is given by tho physician ns tho di rect cause of death. Tho former gov ernor had boon a Bulterer of rheuma tism and kidney troubles for years, and made two trlp3 abrond In search of health. Last spring he returned from Eu ropo in seemingly good health, and prepared to resume tho practice of law In this city, but It was on'y n 3hort time boforo ho was ngaln taken 111, nnd n month ngo he Btartcd for Lake Tnhoe. Soon after arriving there he collnpsed, and was hurried to n Snn Pranchco hospital. Two wooks ago ho wa3 brought to his homo at 1230 East Channel ntreot, in this city, to spend his last days. Htuld'H History. Stockton, Cal., July 30. Jnmo II. Dudd was born in Jnnesvlllo, Wisconsin, Mny 18, 1851. Ho ac companied his parents to California In 1858, the family Bottling nt Oil Liberty, Snn Joaquin county. Short ly after thd family moved to Wood bridge, whoro tho father, Judgo Jos. II. Dudd, practiced law for a STlort time. In 1861 tho family located in Stockton, nnd Jnmes commonccd his cducntlon In the local schools, From 180C to 18C9 ho attended the old Oakland college, which after wards became known as tho Univer sity of California. In 1SG9 he en tered the first class in the jUnlvorBl ty of California, and was a member of tho first class to graduato from thq Institution in 1873. The profession of law was marked out for h'm by his parents' wishes, and his own inclination, nnd, return ing to Stockton, ho entered the ofRco of his father, and devoted himself to Btudy. IIo wni admitted to prnctlco in 1871. IIo thou practiced with hid father for a numb or of yonrs, build lug up n largo cllntolo, nnd appear ing in nlost of tho Important lega tions In this nnd othor adjoining counties. During this time he wns a Ho associated with the late Judge Swlnnorton. In 187C ho received the unanimous nomination of tho Domo crat'o convention for nsiomblymnn from this district, but he declined to make tho run, In 1882 ho ran for congress agnlnst Horaco F. Pnge, and mado what was wldoly known nu "tho buckboard canvass." In n largely Republican district ho suc ceeded in being tho first Democrat to bo elected to tho national congrcsi Ho served one term as congressman, nnd was vory nctlvo In securing the pnssago of menaurea calculated to benefit this district. Returning from Washington hn contlnuod In the prnctlco of law In this city until 1894," when ho was olected govornor. This also was n very close and exciting campaign Tho energetic young- lawyer dovol oped n wonderful ability as a cam paigner, running 33,000 votes ahuad of his tlckot, and winning ovor hi opponent, Morris M. Estoa, tho Re publican nominee by a cbmfortablo margin. As governor Jamas II. Dudd Insti tuted nnd brought about many re forms In tho Interests of economy and good government. IIo was lndo fatlpable In tho discharge of his du ty, and his term was no of tho most successful of any govornor of Cal ifornia. After retiring from the of fice bf governor he prnctlced law In tho city of San Francisco, and w3 interested In many of tho most im portant cases In litigation during tho past few years. Ho held extensive legal ,ntereB,B ,n Ul Btato of NeVft da, nnd was very successful In sev- eraI famous lnlng.Bulta there. uunng tne past year nis neaun failed, and he practically retired from Jaw, In an effort to regain It He traveled extensively 4n Europe, but tho relief was only temporary. Among tho members of tho legal profession ho was regarded as a lawyer of romarKable nbUify. , . He is. survived by hi wife. IdW,' Budd, who Urn attained conclderabfo. prouilnence. a3 ap author of .rellg- Inna nnrt natrftnnmfpftl vnrkB. lie Jll- so leavos-a mother, tha. widow oW - -.. . t-, --,, lowrl o ltoAthhi Atinrnnv .Inhn K Budd. p; jfiU city. -j : q-..., .. , &!! tAtmwffammwm nbu,t t.jm - a u:r '.hb y.r- r g i i .ibh Here's a Natural Strength-Giver You'll find the beneficial effects of this tonic aro permanent be cause it helps you to build up your body and become strong and healthy in a natural way. The effects of other tonics are only temporary be cause they supply a false stimula tion to the system. As soon as you I atop taking them, you remove this stimulus, and the feeling of ex haustion returns. " - DR. D. IMTNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE brings lasting health and strength, because it helps your body to do its own building up through the stomach. It puts your digestive organs in perfect condition, and enables you to get every bit of nourishment and strength out of the food you eat. It Is also an excellent child's rr 'cine nnd a safe Worm Cure. Sold by all druKgiiti. Two iizei, OOc and 35c, Jayne'i EHpottorant An Invnluabb ( medicine for Cough, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping Cough, Ptcurlty nnd Asthma . RAD DRINKING WATER CAUSES MUCH SICKNESS Chicago, July 30.' Tho cost In llvei and money of tho contamina tion of a city's drinking water, a 'subject in which thU city hay shown a $50,000,000 interest by reversing , tho f Ipw of tho Chicago river, soon , will bo fixed. Figures secured by tho American Medical association whoso headquarters aro here, show how onormous tho total for all the United States must bo. Columbin, ,Ohlo, which had 748 cases of ty 0iold last April has boon takon aa ,an example, medical statisticians of the association adding that the death rate from typhoid Is 10 por cent, that courts havo hold that $10,000 la n fair C3timnte of tho minimum vnluo of n human llfo, that $50 por caso was tho average of doctor's hills and $125 tho nvcrago cost of funernls nnd thcreloro Columbus pnld about $200,000 Jn April for tho , prlvllego of drinking wntor contam inated with sowago, i "Two and a half million a yonr is rathor a high prlco for one city to pny for bad wator,, It would bo cheaper to got puro wator no matter , how much it costi," was tho medi cal export's comment. Desldo tho lo's of 75 1'vos, tho monoy exponsos , which the medical association Is seek I lug to lesson aro itomlzed thus in I tho Illustration used: , Sovouty-flvo deaths 73,000 Loss In cnrnlgs 2G,92S Funoral expense! 9,375 Medical sorvlces 37,400 Nursing 44.800 Total $193,503 That whon pur forofnthers camo to this country nnd found it well supplied with Btronmg, rlvera and lakes of pure nnd uncontamlnnted water, Instond of valuing this nat ural resource thoy made ovary pot slble effort to contnmlnnto It by emptying Into every river and lako tho sewage nnd filth of cities nnd towps, dxplntns why we now drink thh mlxturo nnd wonder why wo havo typhoid fever. MAKE DIGNIFIED FIGHT AGAINST RATE CASE Chicago, July 30. The fight against the proposed advance of railroad rates, which centers In this city, progressed another stop 'at th conference of shippers, and Is being conducted with dignity, nnd every amicable offort to change tho decision of the railroad executives, bofon more vigorous lactlci aro employed, It being mado, Lotters commending tho dispassionate letter to Provident Roosevelt, gent by tho shippers, ask Ing his Intervention, and the resolu tion adopted by the shippers at their meeting In the offices of 'the Il linois Manufacturers' association. havo boon received Jrom many qunrters. The tolerance of (ho ros qlutlops and the proposal that rail road executives hold anohor meer- Ing with tbe shippers Vera especially j approved, the workjpg of Uu? reso- luiwna navmg incuuou wio .oo- Ing: "Tho shippers represented ba .this conforenno now. propote .Jo lh' parrters that tH eanrrlers.,submlt to the Interstate commerce commission.') the propriety and r.easopableness oCj the proposed Jnnrease, and hat sucH fncreajo. be hold In abeyance until that tribunal haa passed upon tbe question," iwmmiwwwmiiiMwwiMw WANT ADS-QUICK wwimwmqwwmwwViiWiw FOR SAL12 Automobile For Sale First clnss, 35-hore power, 5 passenger Stod-dard-Dnyton touring car for sate -cheap. Owner will guarantee car. Enquiro nt Journal office For Sale First-class carpet paper at this office, 25c for a big roll. For Rent 40 acres good pasture land, running water. Llcco3te" buck for trade. Box 113 Turner, Oregon. 7-29-3t For Sale Forty lioad of first cln milch cows, ono mllo southeast of Turner. Addross W. C. Qants, Tumor, Or., Rt. 3. 7-21-iw For Snlo Qroy marc, weight about 1200 pounds, chenp. Call on Leo Yates, Haysvlllo, Ore., west of Haysvlllo church, R. No. 8. 7-2 7-1 wk For Snlc Opon single buggy almost now, and set of single hnrnos4. Call on A. C. Smith, room 9, ovor U. S. Bank. 7-27-3t For Rale Pigs, 2 mllos south of Snlcm, on Jefferson road. C. M. Paysor, Route No. 4, Salem, Or. 7-28-lwk For Sflle Two stnndnrd bred trot tors, ono bay gelding by' Zombro, ono bay filly, 3 years old, by. Rod Seal. Inquire of Sam Castro, Fair Grounds, Oro. 7-28-lm For Salt' Brown horso, 5 yearn old, 'Veil brod, weighs about 1250. Phono 752 or Inqulro at 827 South Commercial street. 7-28-3t Wntitcd. cnrrlor boy. Apply at onco nt Journal offlco. tf ' FOR SALE. We have a client that wishes to pur chnso a resldenco not to oxecod i$2500, MitBt be contrnlly locateil. Wo offer for trade A well Im proved fnrm consisting of 25 ncret nil undor cultivation, no waste land, 3 ncrcs m'xed orchard, plen ty of small fruit. Good C-room houeo, 2 barns; close to Snlcm. Will trndo for Solcm residence 'proporty not to oxcoed $2000; Wanted Loan of $700 for 2 years on Modorn rcBldonco property. SALEM INVESTMENT CO, 1JJ2 Stnto street. FOR SALE. Aro you looking for a good Invest ment? If bo call on Bochtel & Schulz, $11200 Hot!e, 10 Rooms, ?100.' Houso, 10 rooms, 3 lots, near car line. $350. " $350 will buy n tnlco llttlo house,, 2 rooms, 2 lots, good well wntor, young fruit treos nnd gnrdon, $2100. House, 8 rooms, barn, 2 largo lots, all kinds of fruit and borrles, beau tlful lawn, fowor gnrdon. Every thing to mnko n nlco homo. Snap, 10 ncros- of flno 'fruit lnnd, pnrt undor cultivation, good how houso. young orchard, only 1 K- mile. from Salem. Prlco $1100, If taken goon. II. M. Crane, or boo my ngonts. Any number of acres to suit. Lot ub hov you a line S00-ncrefann, only a few miles from Salem. IJECHTEL & 8CJIUI,Z 371 State St. Phono 4 DC IODGK8. arpvHtera Onion No, 1005 Loc Union No. 1065 of Carpenters and Joircrs of Amorlca meot T017 Saturday evonlng at 8:00 p. m. is Hearst hall, 420 State St. A. W Dennis, Rec Sec, Foresters of Amitim Court Sher wood Foresters, No, 19. Meet Saturday Bight la Hoi man hall, State atreet Wald Miller, C. R.; J. C. Perry, flnaaclal secretary. I CeHfcral ho4g No. 18, K. I P. Castle Hall In Holmaa block, cor aer Statn and Liberty street f , .. ( Tuesday of each week at 7:80 ( ra. Osear Johnson, C. O.; B. H I Andersen, K. of R. and S. jH0 Wteea t Awwlft--Or gon, Cedar Camp No. 6246. Meeti every Thursday evenlug at I o'clock In Holman hall, W. W Hill, V. C; P, A Turner, clerk .Vooaw of World Meet every m day nlght a( 7.30 Jn Holman hal) 0 - rarIInR-. C. C.f-P. L. Fra- lr. Clerk. mmw , Li1k AaoHlty Uwlop. Rick, aee dent -and ponslon Insurance; 2, fi9,669 pled'frd; every claim paM Good ageats -wanted. J. H. C Woapomery, sapresae ergaalsr Box 4 32 Sales, Ore. R. H Rya. eevelttry, I4V KatetrBt MISCELLANEOUS WeitRcr & Chcrrinfeton Pianos and Organs colu on easy tonus; tola phono 1187J 247 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon. tf Snlcm Cash Market Tho finest cuts! of meat nt cut prices. My phone 370. 247 Commercial streot. P.W, Royoltz, Prop. ' 7-21tf Help Furnished Frco of Chw-go Ry Salem Employment Company, 478 State street, phone No. 149. Par tics wanting help ploase call at office or phone ub. Also have cows for Bale. Concrcto Work Get my price on sldewalkB, curbs, septic tanks and comont work of any kind. All work gunrantoed first-clash. M Ward, 2378 Maplo Ave., Highland. Phono 15C9. July24tf Voget Lumber and Fuel Co. Lum ber .shingles, building material, wood and conl. Low price and prompt dellvorlr. One block east of 8. P. passenger depot Phone 198. 7-2-tf riutto & WcRtJeroth Fine wine, liquors and clgnra. We handla the eolobrated Kellog gand Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer conBtantly oi- draught. , South Commercial street. 9-31yr Enlarged Our moat market on E. t State stroot has boon doubled In nlzo nnd ve aro bottor preparod thnn ovor to serve customers. Prompt Bervlco and the best of ments our motto. Call or phone 199. n. E. Edwnrdi Moat Co. Shuoml Jt'iultcn the boatman. Launchos nnd r'l kinds of boats for ront. Excursionists takou to any part of tho bay. Will meot trains at any time at Yaqulnn oni roquost. Rates reasonable. N;ow port, Oro. The Home Seekers Information llu. roau will placo yon In direct com- munlcntlon with owners of farm? 4, nnd city proporty. Chamber Com- t morco, Portlnnd. 222 N, Commor- J clal stroot, Salem Or. 7-2.l-tt;4. Wuntctl Manager for branch Qlllce wo wish to losrtto. hero In Salem. Address, with reference, Tho Mor riH Wholeftalo House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 7-54.1 inn' , . . Fomiil. Bunch of fduT kdys. Apply nt Journal ofllce. 7-273t - - - iKwrylMMly Invited I Koreby ail' nounco that I will dollvdr a lectin e on Prohibition Wednesday, Thurfl - tiny nnu rritiny oveningj, July 29, 30, 31, 190S, boglnnlng nt 8 o'clock, shnrp, In Mnrlnn aqunre. George Washington. 7-27-3t REAL ESTATE IX)R 8ALK r Something Worth Investigating 0 Acre 5 mllos from Salem; 7-room house, barn 40x00, family or chard, stock ' nnd Implements luollidod. Prlco $3f00. 20 ncroa, nil in cultivation, 10 miles from Snloin land good for any purnosq, waer pipe I on placo. Price $1100. We havo improved nnd unim proved olty property for sale. If you cannot pay cash buy a city lot on tho installment plan. Salem city property Is u good Inveitniont. Look over our list bf farm property, OLMSTED LAND CO. Salem Branch Yctcx Bro. Oe. 37U STATE STRKKT. LjVEJItVAND FEED rTTABLKg Livery and )?ee fil;tble Old Post office Stable;, at 254 Ferry street between Commercial and Fron streets. Telephone 18cj. Some 01 tho finest llverios in the city cat be found here. Dick Weatacott proprietor. 10-1-lyr WlSrW,J?JlrlfAWtil Frank M. IlrowH. Manufacturer ! sash, doora, mouldings. All klsrf f house finish and hard wwA work. Front street, bctwees f&tMt ad Court. Meke all cowplatatr M the . . RETURNS DRAYMEN (Tummlna Bros.' Transrcr Crmpany- All kinds of transfer work don. Furnltuio and pianos boxod read? for shipment. Prompt service ' our motto. Stand and office at 268 South Commercial street. Prtrme 31 n TtwsldorlP Phono flm .pjnCmderjj and steam heating and tlanJaj. 164 Comnerrlal strnut. Phoae Main 191. S-l-lyr ' i i i M. J. rotwl -Plumbing, Bte aai gas fitting. BucceMor to Knox Murphy, 226, Commercial atret, Prono Main 17 WANTED wnnuHi at once From $100 to $500, tho beBtr of collateral secur ity to offor. Addross O 10, Jour nal offlco. G-ll-tf Wnnted Socond-hand steam engine to run separator. Must havo at least 12-horsepowor. Address Joi. Jrcaslcr, box 108, R. F. D. No. 3. Salem. Phorto Farmers 401. Wntitcd A contract to cut from 100 to 500 cords of wood. In qulrcof Derby & Wlllson or J. II. Sharp. 7-21-lw WnntidTwo or threo hou3oke.op lng rooms by couplo. Address D3, caro Journnl. 7-28-31 Wanted Lato Duko cherries, In any qunntlty, not too rlpo. Mutual Canning Co. 7-28-3t nOTELS AND RliaTAURANTi. HHHMHHMmHt'Ma., Tll E White Mouse Restaurant f Por a Rt-gilar X 25c Dinner at 20c i They can't bo beat T' McGilcIirist & Son i rroprlctors, frwiniMmnuiiiisS 3t-tiiiiiejee)fe) I m .... . at 8 court wmxm. Call and try tfcMsu Meata 15c. Board per week 92.7K; also furnished roems Terr reasonable. jf AT TUl r Salem Restaurant MEALS 15c r MIHHI HOTEL OREGON Oor Seventh and Stark SU, Porlldnd's New and Modern Hotel. Rales $ I per day and up. European plan. Free Bus. WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO. Proprietors H-W-4"W-f"i- II MIHI IH- ::.The Leonard ij HHWWiiii'wi m ummntmmrH First clnsa rooming nnd hoard ing houso. A. Clnrk, proprfo- J tor, Phono 971. 254 Front St. Salem, Or, fll I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I ! I 1 1 1 I O G L Co. Stenmors Ponrona and Orcgona lenvo for Portland dally except Sun day at 0 a, m, M, 1 BALDWIN, Agent. ON Ultlillfl MIIlfIFREKCH FEMALE mfltfWWOIli PILLS. A Bin, fln.n Kmii f.rflv-rriuau MtraijniM. KtYM (HeWR U FAIt. f ' Hunt Sri HUl.. t.rt I Wu mu4 ;w( wilrf If ttf UUITCO UCDICkL BO.. Tl. Iu.if. m. ield in S?te bv Dr. S. C. S! SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICM CITX II ALL. Per w&tHf service apply at olRee, Bills pays! taoattly la aUvnaee, fi