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DAILY OAriTAIi JOURNAL, 8ALMC, ORBCrOrf, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1908.
L. STOCKTON THE WHITE CORNER NEW TODAY 36 inch Jackets for Ladies Wo have Just received n now ship ment of Ladles' 3C-lnch Coats In the very new cut even newer than the ono hero shown. The cloths are Black Thibet and Broadcloth, Covert Cloth, and light novelties. Read's Rainproof Dress Goods 1 .50 and $1 .75 vals. reduced to $1 .20 nemember. Read's goods have no competition. Tho old Quaker eaves have stood at tho head of the class ever since the class was ganlzcd. CORTICELLI SILK The only reliable high silk sold, in Salem. fulfil Mm a I grade !)Mcet SPOOL. tl fc.ll 1 0c a spool,- 3 for 25c TROUBLE IN RUSSIA OVEIt EJECTION OP CO-EDS Copenhagen, Nov. 10. A bitter quarrel, Involving tho very oxlstencu of the universities of RusBla, has re sulted from tho action of tho Min ister of Public Instruction M. Schwarz, In discharging tho "llbei al" professors of tho universities, according to advices received here today. Through tho Imperial ukaso of 1905, tho universities became tself govemlng bodies with a board of di rectors comprising tho professors or tho Institutions. Policies thereby be came secondary. Recently a chango In tho govern ment placed M. Schwarz In tho chair. His first act wno to dlsohargo tho Liberals and to forbid womon stu dents to enter tho unlvorsltlea. Tho immediate result was a revolt of tho tudents who withdrew in great numbers. It Is believed that the light can only end In tho extermination of tho universities or an order from tho cznr restoring tho old ordor. CONTRACTS MADE WITH 0510 PLAYERS IX YEAH Chicago, His., Nov. 10. Sccreary J. II. Parrel), of tho Nalonal associa tion of Professional Baseball leagues Biibmlttcd hlsnnnual report to tho national meeting which is In session hero today, showing that 37 lcaguoa, embracing 238 cities now arc in cluded In tho associations. Tho report shows that contracts were made during tho year with 0510 players; 415 players woro sus pended; 43 players wore drnftud by the National league; C7 were draft ed by tho American league; 92 woro drafted by Class A league, which Included the American association, Coast league, tho Western leaguo and tho Southern league. Tho total amount negotiated through the secretary for drafted players was J103.CG0. Tho amount paid on optional agreements was $40,G00. 1 1 1 1 1 1 III I II 1 11 1 1 III 1 1 111 II I tit II II II 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 II I II 1 1 1 1 1 III I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 181 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 kMff IPEROR FLIES IN BALLOON Berlin, Nov. 1 0. -KalBor Witholm Bonn ascent with Count Zoppolln in thu reconstructed dirigible , !7.eilln I," nt Lake Con m . . r -. . brec hunuieu inouunnu persons beret to P"r, ,tl"x. iMinn'i,ti-iiiiftHT fcWrflirihe big air monstor. own Prlnco Wilholm mado n HILL ITGHTIN GAGAINST TACOMA TO II LLP INCH Tacoma, Nov. 10. The mercan tile organizations of this city re newed tholr efforts today to over como tho opposition displayed in tho city council to nllowlng the Great Northorn railway to onter Ta coma. James J. Hill announced yes terday that tho Great Northern is readyand willing to onter Tacoma and will aid In tho building of a grand central depot to equal nny in tho west. Tho proposition of tho Groat LjfeatfwiHtHs to como from Soattlo over tho Northorn Pacific doublo LtcarkH, and build modern yards nnd freight "TioilseB on land purchased from tho Northorn Pacific road. t In tho samo balloon with groat I ,f " ,wr " "i ii .im w; last week nnd for aomo umoLra.rond' ,"l?fflL,(1. Br IllUUuril UUl'ui turn iu iu uiu -iij vnlunblo concessions In oxchnngo for tho ubo of two streots abutting its tracks. , Tho eUy council han not yot nc copted tho proposition. i been tho dcslro of tho omporor -company County Zoppolln on an iToyago. be announcemont thnt his royal Anew would tnko tho' trip caused at anxiety nnd Interest through- the emplro. w announced today that tho vrameal has purchased toVlZap. ' -. ,.w.. 'jwui, vpii(iir. O F.cw Notaries Named Today. ia Hpeddon, Asteria: W- ". Bin, Rnnlor; Sam). M. UarUad, wen: w. xt. iTnivtu. n. t. Und; Urban F, FUhor, Mt An- pnp's Balsam will atop, any rt that can be stopped by any klue and cure coughs that can- i M cured by any other uaediclae. 1 wwaya tho best cough cure ar s IEWELERS itly htkt mas tlect ions S Phenomena constantly escapes r Dercentlnn !. ., t... ,...., m, nuak tug ? the commence must siirelv llle.ve. Therefor when we uv elect Christmas gifts now" we as solicitous for your welfare Pour own? .Make a eolden min f mnr. i commence early and reme'm- mat Barrs Jewelry store la content without yoir recogal- . ivu will be enriched by your """gallons. ZLtt JEWELERS i CONQRATU'ATK GOMPER8 l ON NOT REING INVITED Waahloxtna, Nev. 10. Tho Con tral Labor unioa of this city today seat n telegram to Snmuol Gorapors, Breflldujt of the American Fedora ttoa of Labor, congratulating aim ea aet feeing kivited to President Roosevelt's Jht dinner. Dea't tefcw cold. but It yom do, don't fall o take Kemp's Balsam to ireveat serious oonseiBoea. Notts nn else Is -so valuable la treating cowgha nd 'colds. SEED GRAIN Wti Siave somo flno rocleanod 'Otats, Wlieat. IRye. Vetch. et, on liad. Quality ttho best nnd prices xlgM. Md CLEANER Oar grain and seed cVauiar Is run- slug lull xlino and Just Itecys .1 with the mail orders. Brixg In your grain xad uve it cleaned; there Js eBough foal Mds on your land sow without saving any more. Charges reasonable asd work first ). GRASS SEEDS This Is a specialty with us and we have the largest stock la the valley. We handle only the very best aad oHr prices are the lowest, quality considered. M. WHITE &; SONS JUDGE MOORKS HOLDS VSUAL MORNING CODIUNION I Four more liberal partakers of Joy water answered to tho roll call of Judge Moorcs this morning, an-1 were all given tho least tlmo in which to get to work or leave tho city. O. Fleming apparently drew the short strnw and tho Judgo or dered him back to tho comfortablo city prison to mcdltnto what his first move will be when ho again gots his freedom. John Piper, Just latoly from n long cruise on tho Pacific, according to his statements, was ar rested last night on tho chargo of doing the "allp-mo-somothlng" act, and was politely ordorcd out of town. B. Plner nnd A. A. Mooro. who were nlso put oul of harm's way by the police In an Intoxicated condi tion, wero given permission by Jradgo Moore to scout about nwhllo In search of work. Theso two mon were hardly of tho common floating stock, both bolngshlnfilera-by trado. HLANKI'TT ONlV COVERING FOR ELOPING GIRL (United Press LonBOd WIro.) Santa Bornardlno, Cal., Nov, 10. Wrapped In a blunkot, her only garment, Jaunltn Pticnto, a pretty little 14-year-oTa -Mexican girl Is to day fleeing -over tho IiIUb with her lover, Rafael Munro, n man 30 years of age, and there Is llttlo hope of the trailers, Bent out by tho maid en's Irate father overtaking the pair. Munro had lived In the Plicate household at Colton. His Infatua tion for the young daughter of thu household brought protest from her narcats. Thoy ordered him from the house aad took their child to tho raisin drying colony at Ktlwnn da. Manro learned of their whoro a"bouts and early Sunday Mole Into tho llttlo town and lntultlroly found tho house In which the Ptronto fam ily had sought shelter, "When tho Bun roae tne Idsappear- limco 'of the girl vas dtecovored. All ncr garments were as Bno ion them wn retiring the 'lght bofore, but a "blanket was nvUfclng from the Vefl. The glrl'B father Tiwtlfled the au thorities nnd -swore Vtiat his chll had "been kidnaped. Relative anJ friends of tho -pair, Vho sympathlm with them declare Hurt It was simply an elopement -n-nd first by this tlwo the lovers are "we'll im their way acrow ho hRla townrfl Mexico, o Eastern IWnvlpts. Calcago, lite., Tiy. 10. Receipts, hogs. 32.000; cattlo, 9000; shwip, 20;0M). , DO YOU USE POWER? .. The Capital Flowing 'Mills use electtic powe They have )i$st ceased to use their steam plants Better see us about yot power needs v Kaasas City, "Mo., colpts, hogs, W.OO; Uheep, "7000. Nov. 10. Se attle, JC.OIO; Portland Railway Light & Power Company WILLAMETTE VALLEY DIVISION Tm m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i PEROSNAL MENTION John B. Dlmlck of Hubbard Is In town today. ... , . D. T. Bmlth Jr., Is a business visi tor In Portland this week. Miss Bessie Cooper loft yesterday morulas; for Portland to visit frlonds. Rolo Southwlck has loft for San Francisco whore to will spend tho winter. Julius Hopli, Uio carpenior, wna a passongor for Portland today on t) 11 8 1 13 &Stl A. N.Mooros Is In Portland peek ing after buslnoss matters tor a short time. Dan Kaln of Valdec, Alaska, ra stepping horo for a few daya to visit frlonds and trasact hnslneos. Mr. and Mrs Fraalc Waters tloft tor Portland thla saornlns t visit for a short time. H. II. Oolay retanrned to Oregon City today after Handing tht wook trasactlng bualaeus Uioro. Harry Moyer em returned to his wqrk In Iortte after iiwndlng a week here trrtK 3il paroats. Miss Stella Jtortln rotumoU yes terday from a aQoasant v3lt with frlonds la Albtwy. ' Miss Mabel UIIlnger wont to Portland this aaiirnlng wfcmro alio will visit wltfti friends far n few days. Dick Kaddle fit JForest Orovo is in the clty.looklc after bumiesa mat- POSTMASTER OF SEATTLE OUSTED (United Fret Ued Wire.) Washington, Nov. 10. Tho presi dent today removod Gcorgo M, Stew art of Soattlo on charges of Boloclt Ing campaign contributions from cm-pleyes. OFFER BOOO FOR A RRAL MHDIUM. Seattle, Nov. 10. Washington ndvlces today stale that President RookovoH has ousted Postmaster Stewart, of Seattlo, from office, ar supposod to bo tho result of affidav its which wero filed sovbra) weeki ago with the United Statos civil commission at Washington city charging postntRBter Georg M. Stow art with having solicited money In 1906 from employes of tho local postomco Tor a campaign fund, o HWIMMLNG TANK ALL TO SHOW FOR $ino,(M0 Snn iTiinrlsco, Nov. 10. Mom bora of tho Oympla club today aro offering porsonal bonds to moot tho suit of Henry A. Bchulzo, nn archi tect, who yesterday attached tho expensive foundations of a now club honso to bo erected by tho athletic organization. Tho board of Omaaa, Neb.. Nov. IM. Receipts, hogs, 8500; catfio, 4G0B: sheep, 2.r 000. WILIiAMlCTTE WENT TO PliAY ACJAINHT LH.XV The wmamctte wnlvorsfcy iootball j team went to play Aiimny coiiegn to day. They have fced some of the stroe8t teams in lln valley, and held the great big farmem team at Corvallls down te tine ncosiu l nai kindof fjrit will win yot. , . u Pleasst, sure, easy, safe little liver Pills, re Dt Witt's Little Barly Rteers. For sale all druggists. stMitle. Nev. lfi. A marked Im provement la the ee4!tlOR of 8, O. Oosarove, geveraor-elect of Washing-tee. who has beea ailing ever .i... ko iutinn wit reeortea to day, though It was aaaeuaced Isst algat that Be was qaiie m. o BB6dy XaxatlTePesKh Syrap moves the beweis tlr.Cela,lf ae folates. It U leaaaat'ia alje, Mai ehildrea jUl!y like tW tw?. m sOmrly like asaale ssgar. I4i hy directors nccoptod tho porsonal fl- .".''- .. n,.o nfr whirl. , nanclal nld offered and will be m i, rr Partianc to visit Jon 1T CO mombors each frii.nHu ami nhltrtlvMi fnr a. luvi ilava. n 11000 IIIuumw m ..... nnmlai 1 architect doslares that tho bouded In $1000 to moot architects do lus nu IUI w. .. -W" ""!'"" .nn.1. m (11 " it ai Mr. and Mrs. Tlhwas P. JUbln loft """" " ,t"'t',:' ',1 ni.. M,n viai with imr Tho architect dosln relatives for tie reaalntor of tho money Is due him for plans of a club !Tj"k house built by the Olmplas. Tho H. "Hunter of Eugene arrived yes- rA of directors assert that tho terday to look after husla-sis later- c1' h0 never w I bo built from ib for a fflw dav. tho n,ans "ulinilttpd. Experts In John II. Alfirt the haaher. Is architecture will be called by both pending a few days la Portland ,ue '" Pl "i "ir oiainia ana ixaasactlag bHslaasi . .i.iiji.ra uuvw.u ,amuuo Dan Patterson went to Woodbum ,n the history of building design and this moralng aad will transact In- construction In this city. .urBea 'buBiaaM there for the next a eraeer or ine chid in referring few -lavs to "ie ,ult sa,(1 thRt after the (Ire Mr. W. T. Itlgaoa has returned l ub had 9 109,080 from iBsur fr. vi.it in j.fu.n. m. Hiir- ee. 8hl to plan and H'- .ntbor ulan arrlirprf la SUlftin Construct a B6W club hOUSS. The to imU the winter here. 1150.000 quickly went, according to mV .d Mm. pivd JnhnuiB and the clubman, and all that the Olym n w ibnun bnd wir kavu r. plan bare to show Is the massive turned from a visit with Portland foundation which coatalns the swim-friends- B1,BK taBk' Mrs.' Frank Jacobsoa went to PortlsM ta4ay where she wll vltlf Kemp'i Balsam la a safe eeugh her daaghUr, Mrs. Luther Hohbla, mre 0f f MBtalH, BOtB,HC tllllt w fer a few days. Jabs Heefer aad Caipar Zorn, " " tae ' wh are the largest UHd owaers In hat seats so were than aay ether the north end f the ceaatr, were In klad. All dragf tsts sail It. the- elty thM"wek on legal bhmrm. tF, F. TeeV J(he well-knows aews-( Mfr saaa, km aaa wiia IftuMlweod Oreaasery C., has re tarad t 8U. aad wlH wrKe for frit (in -SJ0 '. 'it-fTlT (United Press Leased Wire.) New Jtfork, Nov. 10. Any "little Drlght-eycs" or "Indian maldea" who can materialize real palpitating, table-rapping, ghostly-voiced spirits to the satisfaction of tho Metropol itan Psychical society, can easily ob tain $5000 which today U In Hhe custody of the treasurer awaiting a claimant. Tho announcement of the society that the sum would be given to a bonaflde medium, who could work with all the gas jets burned up and answer questions concerning de parted friends without the aid of a confederate, brought fitly appli cants la a hurry. All failed, at tho first test. E, Z. Kellogg.. the official medium examin er of tho society tried them with a. slmplo tost which none was able to solve. Ho placed a piece of paper with a fow lines wlrtton upon ltr near $100 and offered each medium, tho Btun If thoy could rend tho note. Nono of tho mediums' spooky frlesdsr enmo to their aid. Several other other tests woro applied, and four mediums wore able to glvo Indica tions that thoy might fulfil tho con ditions lit an open competition which will ho conducted Inter. " " o MULE KICKS LITTLE HOY TO DEATH (United Press Lensod WIro.) Wulla Walla, Nov. 10. After bolng oyo witnesses to tho dath of tholr four-year-old son Glen, who was literally kicked to a pulp by a mulp, Charles Jones and his wife are today at their homo In a itatn of prostration. JOfiOB yesterday turned a team of mules loose In the back yard and the llttlo hoy entered by a side gae un noticed by the father and jncthar. Ono of the mules Immediately start ed for the little fellow, aBd, wheel ing, kicked him down. Jtist then the parents, hearing the thud of the kick, turned and started to praveat the animal from doing further dam age, hut before they could reach the spot the mule had, stampted the body horribly, death being almost Instaa Useotts. n-i ALBANY APPLE FAIR if. Nov. loth t 1Mb. 4- Fer the above oeeasiea the I. P. Co, have authorized a rate ,ef, ONW FAMO asd TldKD fortbe reu trt. retura limit, isth. WM. M'MUKRaY. Y lM-lt. 1H Wmmni 8C w aH iiHHna 4id i si .