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PAHA OAPITATj 3PQlmNAL..8ALgM, ORck)N, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1008.
J. L. STOCKTON
The White Corner I
New Nekwear
For Ladies
.TuBt received direct from New
York, the very latest IdeaB In fix
ings for tho neck, ChllTon Collars,
Ruches, etc. Lnco Stocks, Ties, Jn
bat? rind Ccl'nrs, Lace Fronts, etc.
Stocks with Croat Ties, cto
15c to $3.00
New Purses
A special lino of or.ir rcgulnr
1(125 and $1.50 Hand Bags Is
now on snu" .
$1.00
Elastic Belts. All colors. Look
host like 50o values Special
25c each
Kirtinnas i
Long ninnket Cloth Klmonas,
and Robcj. Long Eiderdowns,
Flannelettes nnd Silks In very
new and attractive Btyles such as
you find only In fnihlonablo de
partments. $1.00 to $7. no.
Short Kimonas
Silks nnd Cotton Cloths In every
stylo nnd quality.
50c to $3.50
ALBANY NEWS
LATEST LIVE LOCAL AND PERSONAL
imiGIlT VALLEY CITY.
news from
APATHY
.. -,- rfS? " U-A tr.-m .p-aA-
!Uno most noteworthy foautroof
the closing days' of tho "campaign h
the fright over the possibility of
Bryan's success, which apparently
has seized tho country.
"The first effect has boon to pro
vide the Republican campaign mali
ngers with more money than they
dreamed of getting.
"The second effect has boon to sot
n considerable part of tho business
Interests of the country nctivoly
against Bryan. Tho apathy among
business men has disappeared.
"The struggle has now become
one between the Republicans -with
wealth and business as coadjutor
against tho Democracy with organ
ized labor, or a part of it ,and tho
cm.P,!0.y?d ns tho chlof auxiliary.
with plenty of money on hand
and the business Interests chnnglng
the'r previous nttltudo of indiffer
ence, tho Ta't lenders no longer
fear the outcome despite the prob
nhln loss of Ohl onnd Indlnnn."
THREE TO ONE THAT
TAP? WILL II EWiXXKIl
New York, Oct. 29. eBts thnt
Taft will be elected are being placoJ
today in the finnnclnl district at
odds of three to ono on tho Repub
lican candidate. Tho cotton ex
change people who are wagering
money are laying odds that Hughes
will be elected but there Is moro
Chanler money in sight thnt thore
is Bryan money.
No money Is being wagered on tho
Kuuornniorini light that either can
didate will carry tho state by any
stated vote. The Chonlor men nro
getting odds of 9 to 10 nnd 8 to
10.
Two hols of $100 cach'havo boon
recorded so far that Bryan will got
more electoral votes thin year than
ho did lu 1200. These beta wor
mnde at even money. Ono hot o7
$500 hns been mndo that Bryan will
carry tho United States by a plural
ity of 10,000.
Mr A. W. Welch Is preparing to
bin work On tho electric street
lilway.
? Albany Co. Q., O. N. Q secured
unl place In the rifle shoot being
tten by Cottago Urovo nnd Rosa-
prg.
10. D. Hansard of Lobnnon wad
cud guilty of violating tho local
Itlon law for tho eighth tlmo to
ft icd Judgo Burnott. of tho clr-
llt court, set Friday morning at
o clock as tho time ho would sen
ium, i
A large commlttoo of Albany'
eminent citizens' and merchants
appointed this morninc to go
Portland on Octobor 30 and In-
all Portland to como to Albany
November II, tho opening of tho
(ot and the Linn County Annlo
ft, and Albany Is going to do hor
w to show the v sltors n tlmo
"S to be remombored.
At a meeting of tho city council
t night Engineer Harrison tond-
M bit resignation on nccount of
prk he was supposed to do, but ho
"aim it wns not his nlnco to do
fw reigned, and Mr. E. Austin,
p lately arrived horo from tho
Is but llltrhlv rncnmmnnilnil vena
Mti to the position, sovornl qucs-
were trecussed, nmong thorn
wt End water question.
toaior Chnr os Pullnn i tr,
Mk on ne;nibllcnn campaign is-1
ec.ius at -tho county court house, to
morrow (Thursday) night.
Brusc & Anderson, who were
burnt out In tho big fire of July,
hnvo opened up n swell, new, mod
ern, four-chnlr barber shop across
from tho Rcvoro hotel, and will bo
ready henceforth for any and nil
customers.
Tho county clerk nnd deputy
hnvo Issued 21 mnrrlago licences for
tho month. t .
Mr. Roy McFnrlnnd and wife hnvo
roturnod from Oakland , Cal whore
Roy was employed "twirling" for
tho famous Oakland uasoball team.
Mr. Frank Q. Stollmncher re
turned from a month's visit at Los
AngcleB.
Mr. J. L. Freoland, of tho Capital
ICty .transacted business here to
day. John M. Qcarln spoko to about
4G0 people last night nt the court
house.
C. O. Rnwllngs hns added to his
well equipped Job office, n Job press
self feeder, nnd It's quite busy al
ready.
A small bleack boar Is reported to
be chailng children nnd etc., south
of Albany a couplo of miles. It is
said to bo the ono which escaped
from Mr. Parker near Plninvlow,
which was a pet.
L. E. W.
ADMITS
ATTEMPT
T0JRIBE
ANOTHER FRISCO
GRAFT EXPOSE
(Ttnlted FrtH Lnued Wire.)
San Francisco, Oct. 29. E, A. S.
Blnke, a local contractor confessed
nt noon todny to the crlmo of at
tempting to bribe John M. Kelly, a
venireman called to sit on the Jury
that Is to try Abraham Ruef, oxpolt
tlcal boss of San Francisco, on a
charge of bribery.
Blake's confession hns created a
tremendous sensation here. Ho Im
plicates Attorneys Frnnk J. Murhpy
nnd A. S. Nowburgh who hnvo boon
appearing for Ruef In tho "grnft"
oases.
Blake said that Attorney Murphy
gnvo him $100 to offer Kelly. Blrtko
clnlms that Ruef offered him $10,
000 nfter ho was nrroBtcd to keop
sllont on tho ense and exhibits n
promissory noto snld to bo signed by
Ruef for thnt amount.
Blako wbb tried nnd convicted of
tho ntempt to bribe and was to have
been sentenced todny. It Is under
stood thnt ho will not bo sent to Jail
In return for hli confession.
UNLAWFUL 0NJLECTI0N DAY
It Is unlawful on election day-
To hire vehicles to haul votorB to and from tho polls;
To hire any ono to work at tho polls, oxcopt to challengo persons not
qualified to vote;
To wear nny political badge or Insignia at tho polls;
To dlstrlbuto enrdb or campaign lltoraturo at tho polls; .or to work at
tho polls In any way to Influence voters;
To do anything to Influence voters;
Under tho terms of Oregon's now corrupt practice not, passed by the
people In Juno, tho Presidential election November 3 will bo Just a plain
elestlon, without any frills nothing but the polls, tho election board
and the votera. Tho time-honored gaunlot of poltical workers handing
out cards which the voter has always to run. Is now Illegal.
t Tho xoluctant votor who has waited for his party enthusiasts to hunt
him out and tako him to tho polls in carriage or hack must walk, pay
car faro, or Btay away. Xo person ! permitted to uso nny effort, at 4h
polls or away from them, on olpctten dny to Influenco tho voto of any
ono. Somo "sections of the corrupt practices act rotating to election day
follew:
"It Bhall bo unlawful 'for any person to pay anothor for "any loss or
dnmago duo to attendance at tho polls, or In registering, or for tho ex
pense of transportation to or from the polls.
"No person shall pay for personal Borvice to bo performed on tho day
of any olectlon, for nny purposo connocted therowlth, except tor tho hlr
ilng of persons whoso sole duty Is to net as challcngora, nnd watqh tho
count of ofilclnl ballots.
"Xo person shall buy, sell, glvo or provide any poltical badgo, button
or other inalgna to bo worn nt or about tho polls on tho dny of any elec
tion, nnd no such political badgo, b itton or other insignia shall bo worn
nt or about tho polls on nny olectlon day.
"It shall bo unlawful for any person nt any plnce oh the day of any
election to ak, solicit or In any manner try to induce or persuade any
voter on such election day to voto for or refrain from voting for any
candidate or the candidates or ticket of any political party or organiza
tion." Tho last section above quoted would prohibit tho banners', heretofore
common, bearing the legend, "Voto tho Straight Republican Ticket."
In fact, thin section prohibits nil political activities on election day
which would In nny mnnhor tend to intluonco a votor as to how ho should
voto
GRAND 0PERA H0USE
v HI 1 Wr JN0 p. cORMtAY, Mgr.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30
JOSEPH AND WILLIAM W.
JEFFERSON
And an Exceptionally Tallented Company in
Richard Brinsley Sheridan's Classical Comedy
"The Rivals
"fces, l 50, ji, 75C 5 Seat gftlo at t,ox o3ice prday 9 a.m.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
A suggestion will bo introduced
nt tho next meeting or the county
court by Judge Biuhoy rolatlvo to
the. difficulties encountered bv lha
county court in distributing funds for.
mo improvements nnu building of
county ronds. Judgo Buahey would
recommend thnt ench and evory dis
trict for which tho Marlon county
road fund Is cxponded. tnx It3olf In
accordance with tho amount of mon
ey tho respective district will roquiro
to Improvo or ro-bulld their roads
for the year, nnd thnt tho countv
court nllot the district tho amount of
road monoy. which -their taxes mil
for nud no moro.i By doing thh thf'fl
Judgo thinks each district will noti
mane application ror funds beyond
their means, which scorns' to "bo the
principal trouble nt tho orcsont
time.
J. IL Patton, of Sllvorton, hns
modo application to the -county court'
asking for nppolntmcnt nt road su
pervisor of tho Victor Point district.
to fill tho vacancy mndo recently by
the resignation of Formor Road Su
pervisor Bon Funruo. Mr. Patton
hns nnd experience with roads, he
bolng n prominent fnrmor in tho Sll
vorton district, and tho court It Is
expected will glvo him tho office
Road Supervisor C. S. Flcklln, of
district No. 20, In Frultlnnd vicinity,
appeared heforo Judgo Bushny yes
torday and asked the county survey
or bo instructed to survey a portion
of rond in his district over which
thero has been n dispute regarding
ndjaccnt property holdors' lines. It
nppears from Supervisor Flcklin's
statements that a cortnln anglo In
ono of tho ronds which ho has under
faro, Is bofng taken up by some
fences within tho limits or the coun
ty hlghwny. Judge Bushoy- has In
structed n surveyor to look Into tho
mntter In order thnt Supervisor
Flcklln may act Intelligently In set
tling tho controversy.
Mnrrlago license wn9 iBsuod bv
Countv Clerk Allen yestordny to
Konnlri C. Olovor, ago 20, and Vera
Mary Rynra. ago 24. Both partleB
rosldo In Salem.
Heed Itwflttlcil.
J. nnd K. Ewh to'O. Hnsslng, lots
2. 7 nnd. 8, block 2 In Pnlmor'u ad
dition to Mt. Angel, W. D., $10.
O. nnd R. Hnsslng to J, Esch,
3S-4fi ncrs lu xor-tl:Mi !. T fi ?. " 1
W. and section 3, T 0 8 R 1 W, W D,
$10.
J. V. and A. L. Welch to P. L.
Brown, 1G-100 ncro In Sllvorton, W
D, $1300.
Frank C, .Qrlerson to S. Jones,
41.90 acres In T C and 7, 8 R 3 W,
W D , $3247.25.
M. C. Orierson to S. Jones, land In
T 6 and 7 S R' 3 W; W D, $3944.72.
o
When you noed a cough cure you
need ono that will euro your cough.
Komp'a Balsam, tho best cough wire,
will, do IU All drugglsU Ball it (or
25 cents,
O .L JSt T OS XI I -A. .
Xiitn tk -j? In" Haw Alwars Baufl
FAMOUS ABOLITIONIST
ASPHYXIATED BY 6AS
(United Press Lonsod Wlro.)
Lynn, Mirs., Oct. 29. John W.
Hutchinson, nged 87, loot. vocnllBt
and friend of Lincoln, Gurrinun and
othor noted Abulltlonlstu, wuh as
phyxiated at his homo, Tower Cot
tago, High Uock. Ho wbh round by
his wire, lying unconscloiiH,' rnco
downwn'd near n door towrd which
ho hod crawled In n noffort to cs
capo gas leaking from n hoator. A'
though medical aid waH sdmmonod,
ro died within an hour.
John WallricO Hutchinson wnu
known nil ovor tho United Statos as
a fnmoiu alngur, Abolitionist, tcm
Ieranca reformer and ndvocato or
woman suffrage. llo was born' In
Mllford. New Hamnshtro In 1821.
During tho tlmo of tho Civil War
his pnronts and their 1.3 children
formed, under tho nnmo of Tho
Hutchinson Family, a qunrtoto at
vocalists', composed of John, Judson,
Ann nnd Abby. Iloforo tho wnr thoy
Bang lu -tho North and West. Their
songs were tin appeal to tho people
to favor abolition ami tempqranc.
Tho IIutchlnon family also sang
Into Republican campaigns of 18G8
and 1800.
After war wnh declared, they vis
ited tho army of tho Potomac and
woro expelled. They woro later ad
mitted by porsonal order of Presi
dent Lincoln and were afterwards
singers an dactlve workers as nurse
in hospitals and ramps.
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