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DAILY; CAP1XVL JOURNAL,. SALEM, OREGON; MONDAY. SEPTEMBER !, 1808.
r THAW IS AFTER ONE MORE TRIAL ASKS FOR JURV TO TEST SANITY P '- (United Prc Leased Wire.) . "Whlto Plains, K. Y., Sept. 21. Counrfol for Harry it. Thaw started bin complicated caso, on a. now tun fiont today by filing1 briefs before Judgo Mills in tho . tmpromo court Asking tl)at n jury trial bq given Thaw on tho question of his sanity. DlBtrlct Attornoy Joromo Is oppos ing in ovory wny posslbto tho effort o Teopen tho cnue, holding 'tliht Tlmw'M medial condition hns liecn In vestigated thoroughly on twb tilffcr- cnt occasions, nrtd thht tia'ro is no excuse for putting tho stalo to tho ex pense of giving thp matter oilolhdr trfI, as woll'na no legal gVbrunds for eucli action. -i Tho motion on which .Thaw was brought horo was made In.n.n ondonv or to bnvo him transferred from 4li. aylum for tho criminal InBnno. nt Mattownn, whoro, In tho oyes of the law, ho Ik now confined, though, as a matter of fact, ho has not bcon In Mnlotwan ulnco enrly last spring. Blnco ho was taken to Pougkcopulo for hearing a habeas corpus nctlon.hls lawyers succeeded In buvlng him he'd in tho Pougkoop-lo jail, until ho win transferred horo two wooIcb ago. Willi, these complications, In addition to hla recont bankruptcy proceedings and varied phasos of his matrimnnlnl tan gle, Tli it w has a hard tlmo keeping n Una on bis affairs. TURKEY TO EIGHT RUSSIA PUN FREEDOM OF PERSIA THE MARKETS -O- COMMON SENSE AND A TABLET ))o Away With Dyspepsia, Htomacli Trouble nud Make Meals A Pleasure, When your stomach goo3 on n Btrlko and mnsB mooltngs of ludlfj lmtlon nro hold all ovor your body, then It Is that you Bhould sit up and tnlto notlco. It Is clonrly and only a question of common soneo Is this thins called DyapopBla. Taho away, by Abuse, ovor eating, excosscs ami high living, tho things whloh the fttomch noodo and you hnvo dyspap In nud IndlgoBtlon; thou other nml ndlci follow thotto this Is common tense. Tho Rtomnoh Is willing tnwugh but you won't lot It do Kb work. You tako away tho materials which nro so necessary for It to use. Give- back those materials and dys pepsia and Indlgoitlon lleo nud tho wholo machinery of man begins slowly to movo and do Us wgrk. What tho stonich needs Is nervo force, fluids for lt digestive glands, nourishment and power. All theso iieccsiltles It takes from tho blood. If dyspepsia gives nothing .to tho blood, tho blood gives nothing to tho stomach. This Is common sonic also, pure, simple and unnlloyed. BluaU's Dyapopila Tablets nro common seno pressed by high pow er Into tablets. Jn theso tnbtetd nro powerful eMences which go Into thj jBtomach, digest food, tPj gas mnk lug, prevent decaying of food, enrich tho gastric Juices, nro nbno-bod by ConRtnntlnople, Bcpt, 21. Young Turkey Is prepnrlng to fight tho Cznr, Rensurred. by their victory over the Srultan and the troubles In Persia and Ruse-la, the Young Turku ,h:ivo been quietly preparing for eome months to liberate Persia, and-give thnt country n government simllnr to their own. To do thlB they realize- tfiey must fight Russia, and tlfeyard todci'y pr'oTmrlrtg'fo Btrlko. "' Tho g'rh'nd Vizor wrt's himself quoted, indirectly, btitAnijlhorltntivo ly, lift having, amurod llftf ministers that ho bclloven n claali Is Inevitable. Tho Btrtigglo'WIll bon'lor over Per sia. The Young Turkrplnn-'fo ovor tbrow tho Shnh, and establish a 'soVl of protectorate ovoi Persia' at'Tohor- en, until tho Per Inn people nro Rtrong enough to govern thcmsclven. It I? ngrccd thnt, to do this, Russia must be driven out of tho country. Whether or not tho Shah's llfo will bo spared Ib a matter thnt has not yet been decided. Tho Young TurkB think that It will bo an ensy mutter to crush tho Shah, but they nro pre paring for n hard fight with RusBln. It was Btotod hero today by one (ft tho loaders of tho Young Turk party that within six months tho Turkish troops would bo In posiesBlon of Tabriz, whluh hits declared Ih Inde pendence nud offered !t nlloglnuco to Turkoy. Tho londer stated that the Turks would nt tho samo time bo In pnstoflslou of tho RmbhIiiii rond from Tabriz to Julfa on tho Muscovlto frontier. It Is cotiBldorcd horo that the Turk I ih occupation of tho disputed terri tory, within whnt tho Shah datum as IiIh boundary at Uriimla, wnu u di rect chnllengo to tho Czar, and would have been followed by an Immediate Introduction of RukhIuii troops In the CaucusiiB had It happened beforo the RusBlnn-Japaneso war Thoro was u show of force by Ru i Bla, but It wa nnsworcd by Turkey by ir.ich an Increano of her troops on tho very shoros of I.ako Urumln aa to completely ovorRhudnw tho additions to tho Muscovite force. The Young TurkUh lenders do not expect any opposition from Nicholas until It bouomon cloar thnt thoy nr to swoop tho country, but It Is not thought posHlblo that tho Ozar will nurroudor bis nbRoluto rulo at Ta heron for years without n show of force. o old methodist college opens EnMcrn Itecvlptrt. Chicago, Sept. 21. Receipts, hog?, 22,000; cnttlo, 21,000; sheep, 33,000. Hog opened Btendy. Left over Sat urday, 3(500; receipts year ago, 30, 000. Mixed, C.C0(07.40; heavy, heavy, $7.05 0 7.40; rough, $0.00(0) C75; light, IC.C0 (0)7.30. Cattle, steady, 10 cents higher; sheep, steady. KansaB City, Mo., Sept. 21. Re ceipts, 18,000; cattle, 5000; Bheep, 10,000. Omaha, Nob., Sept. 21. Receipts, hogs, 2000; cattlo, 8000; sheep, 0000. . SALEM MARKET. J)cnI Wliolcjnlc Mnrkot. Ekks 25 c. Butter Creamery, 32 &c. Cows $3 O1 3.50. Tlon'3 10c, young chickens 12c. Local wIrent-'-80c - - Oats 40c. - Barloy $22.50. Flour Hard wheat, $5; valloy, $4.25. Hay Cheat, $10 clover, $9 per ton; timothy, $11&'12.-"' OnlonB $1.25 cwti Hops 1907 crop; 5'0Cc. ' Caocara Dark 2yyQ3c. Mohair 1 So. Iletnll Market. Oats $1,45. Wheat $1.05. Eggs 30c. ' ' nutter Country, 30c; creamery, 35c. ., Flour Vnlloy. $1.25 per sack: hard wheat, $1. 4001.45. Hran 90c per Back, $30 per ton; shorts, $1.30 per snek. Livestock. Kggs 35c. Slock hogs $1.50. Steers 3 4 a. Veal 53 7u. " Tropical Fruits. Rannnns $0.50. Oranges $4.00. Lemons $3 C. , Portland Markets. Poultry Hon?, 12c; ducks, 12 iff 14c; 'pigeons, ol(P$l per dozen. Mlll-.tuK nrnn,-$2C. Flour V.illey, $1.20 per sack; 'jnrd wheat, $1.45. TEX THOUSAND BACK UP IIAKIA Indianapolis, Sept. 21. More than 2000 Methodist ministers, having come directly from tho adjourned conference at Shelbyvllle, assembled In the Btate house grounds and In tho capltol today, and, nugmented by nt lonst snot) laymen. Joined In the most remarkable demonstration evor Been In this Btate. The ministers demanded tho pas sage of tho local option bills which Governor Hanly Is advocating, and which were the chief baBls for nBem bllng tho logloluture in extraordin ary session. t The governor had promised the legislature that a crowd would bo on hand to back up his demands, but ho stood at the window of IiIb office "to day and looked on with amazement, as he did not dream of Bitch a dem on tratlon as was made. Aftor holding their remarkable prayor meeting in tho grounds nnd hallways of the state house, tho preachers thronged tho gollerlei of the Bonnto and. assembly nnd Jeered nt lawyerB, alleged to be representing the brewing lnterosts, whom they recognized on tho floor. Members of the legislature wcro cvn more amazed than the governor nt the demonstration. Tho preach ors nnnc'.inced thnt thoy will stay horo as long ns they deem It Is neces sary to Influcuco the legislature to pass tiio temperance bills. o HASKIttJj TO .MEET HEARST. OX PLATFORM Chicago, 111., Sept. 21. It was an nounced today nt Democratic head quarters that Governor Haskell, trea? urer of the national committee, hat roturued to Oklahoma, whore be will wait for Hoarst, who h billed to ar rive thero September 23, when Has kell will mount the platform and have It out with Henrst." has arrnnged to meet the lead- 8 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 H fr4-H-H4444-H4 Special Announcement Ye Liberty, ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM.... Monday, Wednesday and Friday r ladies' and Children's Matinee 3 O'clock Wedaes I day and SaturdayDoors Open Evenings fro I 7 to 11 p. m. Admission 10c. Seats Free. Ti n 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 hii 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 h-h-b-b4 er of the Independence party, If he Invades the governor's own state, and thero repents Ills charges that lias-, koll Is acting as the agent of tho Stnndnrd Oil Company, nnd was put into his present position in the Dem ocratic party through the Standard's Influence. It was said nt headquarters that Haskell desires nothing better than nn oportunlty to meet Honrst face to face, and "make him admit that his statements are fal-c." Hearst is on lib wny back to New 11IDS FOR STATIOXERY FOR THE LEGISLATURE Opened Today nt the Offlce of the JSecirtnrj- of State Many Bidders. At 1 p. m. Secretary of State Bet. ron opened bids for stationery mv plies ror tne next se?slon of the m- oral assembly. The supplies run Into thouEands of dollars, and nearly ill the' firms at Sa.om and Portland ve; in the competition. Among others York to nttend the state convention of tho Independence pnrty, nffsr wore Pntton Bros. nuJ the Go, P which h ccxpects to return nt once to Rodgcrs Paper Company, of Saltn; tho West. If HonrBt and Haskell meet, ac cording to tho plnnB now nrrnngod, the encounter wlU be-ono of the moU Interesting fonturos of tho pre-ldcn-tlal cnmpa'gn. n A hoar escaped from Mio .Itnllan cruiser In Portland harbor, and wns captured by n motormnn, whoso car blocked- Unfile for ovor on hour, while th' nnlmal wns being tnkon. J. K. GUI. Blnkc. McFall Cn tk, Irwln-Hodson Co., Commercial BooVM store, of Snlem; Kllham StalloPir Co., of Portland; Bushong & Co, Gln3, Prudhomme & Co., Sml'iH Frontier Typewriter Co., Coaat agte- cy. The bldB nro on samples, and !!' be awarded upon examination in t few days. n- Eugene, Glndetone nnd O'fgoaCi't schools open today Ijirgo l'iit on Eaton Hull Students ("mlng Fi"Mii Thrvo Stales. With tho flnost faculty ovor -pomblod, Wlllumotto UnlvorBlty w.U (Pn It doors Tiosdny for tho onsu lug year. Tho c.'Ugo of liberal nri cratory ami nuislo and the ueudo "y ruglster pupils Ttimlny nnd Wodnw t'ny. Four studonti arrived from Hnlio, tho MIihm Snnuon, MU? F'etohor and Mist Wygnnt, and are a'mrtored at I.Auuuino hall. au: young moit studoi.t aro hero from at' I nrtu of Oregon n't.) Wnihlugtou. A large forco U at work on Huton Hall. Piosldont Iloma'i will return fron tho Puttut Sound eonferonuo thU i-veultiK. Thero u.ll bti something the blood and thus give It BtrouBthdtlMg fro:n lU tn0 0l, ut o1a XYi,. tn fuwUlt n better uld for digesting; 'limotto. Vnowa what cjwprUes theso tnblot; every rtnigaUt has Iho ama know lodge also, Thoy nro natural com men sense dlgortcrs which do tho work for tho stomnch quickly on-l woll. Every drug sWr Carrier thorn, ROo per pnoki Bend u your namo and eildf6i und wo will send you trial packago by mall freo. Address P. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Mcmhall. Mich. o CONTROLLER CM 1-S RANK EXAMINERS TOGltl Hf.R O TOR THE TONIGIIT-379 StatcSt. PROGRAMME. 1. Overture 2. StoroopMcon Views. 3. Moving Plcturoj. 4. Illustrnttd Songn. 3. Anlmnted Picture'. 0. Selection, Sr Orchtrn. DON'T MISS IT 223 S. COMMERCIAL ST. i.i Mjf( y m ii li r if ii MICHAELS-STERN FINE CLOTHING MIC III. TCR C CO. When You Go To Purchase a Fall Suit Consider Well Style Quality Finish Fit. . . You of courso wish to gettho best your money will buy. You want to bo absolutely sure of getting cloth ing thnt will fit you perfectly an.! give you satisfactory service. You can assure yourself of this If yoj purchase colebratod Bishop's Ready Tailored Clothes which wo have In nil tho new models for Fall and Winter and In tuch n great fabric assortment that every tasto can bo gratified at every prlw. This Is e.pcclally true lu our large range of MICHAELS-STERN FINE CLOTHING HIONACIS, BTKIN C HOCMIITia. MONEY TO LOAN THOS K. FORD Over jiU & Buh's Onnk, Salem, O Norwich Union FJrc Instirance Sod?- Frank Meredith, llreni Atfiit. Offlce with Win Browu & Co., N't i9 Commvr'.lal street. XKW8 FROM HERE, THERF. AXO EVERYWHERF IVoiltlont Roosevelt, In a letter to Chairman MeKlnley, of tho Republi can congressional committee, make a plea for nil cltUon to uphold Tall, saying It would be n oMfttnUy It ho woro not elected. Mrs. William Rockefeller tatea that all rich people should scud their children to private schools, to as to make room tor poor children li tho public schools. An epidemic of Aslatlo cholera ha St. Petersburg In Its grip, nud thou- Washington, D. O., 8opt. 2l. 7i sands arfl dying. tnblUh u unlfoim method fjr iheli Timothy Kelly, a Linn county plon- guldnnco, bank examiner throughout err, died tho part week at hit homo tho East are assembled here today, nt near Jefferson. Ho was born In the call of Lawreuca O. Murray, con- County Cork, Ireland, troller of currency, U U understood t - - -- that the closing of a solvent Pittsburg HORN, bank, a hort tlm eago, by anStllegod STARR PIANO HIGH CLASS GOODS GEO. C. WILL iiuniiniiiiiimMHHt JiNEW TODAY i . . .FALL SACK SUITS AT $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 I IX THE CORRECT RROWXS, GREENS, GRAYS, AXI) BLUES OF EX OLUSIVE WEAVES-MOSTLY. STrRIPES AXI) SHADOW STRIPES IX SRI.F AX, COXTRASTIXG COLORS. SEE TllBM. The Best Clothes Made for Boys at Unmatchable Prices ' HlllllllHIIIIIHillHII WmuIihI. Young man to learn newj-' paper work. App'y at Journal o' tlco to city editor. 9-21- ItA 15 Jewel, gold filled Elgin watch. Reward of $& If returned to Journal offlce. 3-21-31 !,mt A lad'es' purw of ver' K'r-t, Value to tho owner was lost on stolen from the home of J. A. Blsh-, op, lu South Salem. Owner wM give more money than Is in ttu ' Vjirse'for Us return to Journal of fice, aud no questions asked. 9-21 3t Intoxicated o&mBer, w responslblo TAYLO. Tq Mr and Mr. Erneit fur this moctlBK. Under the esUtlug1 Taylor, at 1S05 Fair Orqund roal. coHdUIOM, the examiner work Inde- Saturday morning, September 19. Ic Friday afternoon on street, a ptt4My to Urge lxet and be. 1908, a son, wlht 10 pouada. Pall black and white dog Finder for tk wtl clo a well do Mr, Taylor U coductor on tho l lv t Journal oee for 4 yt will be adopts. trt railway, , ". 9-21-St ! 1 OXLV THE REST TAILORED, SMARTEST STYLED AND REST WEARING CLOTHES FOR ROYS ARE ALLOWED Tli EVTHR THIS STORE. MAXY DISCRIMINATING PARENTS. ' ... KNOW THIS AND COME HERE SEASON' AFTER SEASON' TQ CLOTHE THEIR BOYS. SO WILL YOU AFTER YOU OXQK TRY OUR CLOTH HS, fall Suits and Overcoats $4.50 to $8.00 Salem Woolen Mill Store ' i