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DAILY fiAIMT-lr' irvtM.i.'.i- ''"( ,1fl.t .itt aJAILY QAl 1TAL JQLUXAL. SALKM. ORKGON, YK1XKSIAY, NOV EMRER 11, 1008, For a Warm Bath Room A bath in a cold room is a "shivery" operation and is extremely i. 1 1 . M. nni. 1.1 fa liable to cause corns, i ne uamroom vjj3 above all should be kept warm. 1 Ins is easy and the bath is a comfort ii you have a ERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) ll may be carried Irom any other room to the bath room, which i will heal while you arc preparing lor the bath. Impossible I lurn it 'o n'fl" or ,0 'ovv' 'IC mosl cconom'ca ncalcr you can buy micns ncai iur v uuUls mm one lilling- 'K0 hold purposes. Gives a clear. rfaJv ligliL Madc ol bss Ihrouohoul and nickel J,! Eq- ?PpcJ with the latest improved central drall btirn-r Handsome simple salislaclory. Lvcry 1,-np r ,iannlccd. . . 11 w j cannot get healer or lamp at your dealers, wrile our nearest nnency lor descriptive circular. . STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) rr US FllOSI THK STATE UNIVISHSITX, Diversity of Oregon, Eugene, Nov 19DS. The Ahdoclatoa btudontB the t'nlversivy nro piunning, u dccs'wIII I'crinlt, to inuku tho ,tton Weekly," thu University iDDf. a soml-wookiy insioaa or, ttklr, The chango, If mudo, will bibl tako placo nbout tho ttmo the Chrlstmns vacntliou. Slnco number of Btudonta In tho Unl- ilt)- has becomo so largo, nows tier Is .much moro abundant, nud njr stories nro crowded out each oa account of luck of Bunco. rl Klji.itrlck of La Qrnndo, Ib od- rln-chlef, and Dean Goodman, of dletoa, business manager. he class of 1910 of tho Unlvorsl- c( Oregon Is planning on an olnb- :e Issue of tho "11)09 fioavor," tho ml Issued each spring by tho mbers of tho Junior clans. Oliver tion, of Portland, has boon cted eilltor-In-clilof and Caroy V. ly, of Klamath Falls,, business sier. The Stato High School Dobntlng iw, of which Prof. E. E. DoCou tfle I Diversity, is socrotnry, ltf nl- &T beginning nclvo oporutlons for ' )i work. Thirty-live high mhwu havo entered tho League and nie or Him hnvo already held' ir tryonts. A now dobatlng dls. t ttr Coos Hay has boon created tiddltion to tho four of last year Columbia river, Southorn Central a Estern Oregon. Jthe remarkable will OF A DOCTOR Ho Leaves (ho Secret of Life to Ills Children and tho World. ( COMMITTEE TO LOOK iW GRAFT PROSECUTION (United I'rcuB Leaned Wire.) San Francisco, Nov 11. A com mittee of sovon citizens appointed bv Mayor E. It. Taylor, Is preparing plans today for a thorough Inquiry Into tho conduct of tho "graft pro secution." Tho numor thnt an In vestigation by a special commlttoo would be proposed at tho next ses sion of tho legislature caused tho Citizens' League of Justice to at tempt to forestall possible Interfer ence by requesting tho mayor to name a committee of San Franclp cans to undertake tho Investigation. The men appointed by Mayor Tay lor nro : Dr. Honry Gibbons, dean of Cooper Medical college; Alexander Goldstein, raisin grower;' tho Rov. D. D. Crowley, head of tho Youths' D'rcctory; tho Rev. William K. Guthrie, nantor of tho first Prcsby terlnn church; William J, French, editor of tho Labor Clarion; William Denman, attorney; William Kent, capitalist. In appointing his committee, May or Taylor says that so many stnto- !mant of ono kind and another hav- been mndo In regard to tho graft pro ecutlon, tho Investigation of a rammltteo would be of bonoflt to tho community. The intlmntlon thnt tho legisla tor? planned nn Investigation In cluded tho proposition to Investigate the conduct of tho pollco courts. Whether tho proposn1 to appoint tho lcglMatlvo Investigation committee to come from tho "reformers" or the "pcrformere" could not tnlncd. I Great SaM Consolidation UNTIL DECEMBER FIRST Wc will continue to cut down our stock by giving the same liberal reductions that have kept us crowded ever since the sale began : : : : : JUST A SMALL LIST OF, OUR STORE FULL OF BARGAINS Ono of tho world's greatest physi cians, upon his death bod called his children about him and said: "When I dlo I will lcavo tho socrot of Ufo as I havo discovered It in my practice" Whon they rend his will It dl recto J thorn to a safety valut which which contained a largo onvelopo mnrkod thus: "The Socrot of LIfo." Upon oponlng It they rend: "Don't nbuso tho stomach." This profound thinker nftor a long Ufo of modlclno know tho stomach to bo the throno of mnn. Stuart's Dyspopsla Tabids will holp you make a stomach healthy. If It 13 worn out and lacks tho fluids of digestion thoso tnblots will tako tho placo of such fluids. If It Is flllod with poisonous Julco3, tlicso tablets will noutrnllzo and re move such poison. If you cannot cat without agoay thoso tablets will show you how you can. If you will eat foolishly, or drink oxccsslvoly, or if business do mnnd nbuso of stomnch, thoso tab lets nftor mcnls will mnko such nbuso light, for thoy tako tho hnrdshlp nwny from tho stomnch. Thoy aro gront dlgestors, flllod bo , aBcor MAKE THIS BE THE LAST DAY Or SUFFERINS I If! a. .L . . . . . I ., mu irjouis Have boon hold-with moro noworfnl neon! thnn thn I. uemiej liavo dOtermlned tho ' Rvstnm ran Hn fhi en fcn-lr tnn mp!oMhp team in each district, ! tho blood nftor they havo digested n CNllitr Cf pnntnulu ...111 l.n l.-l.l , I t the two host teams for thu at debate -which take nliinn nf thn jlty o Oregon in May. w bulletin containing full In "Mtlon la regard to all tho ouos- ' to bo debated la .now In thn ! . j - . . TT w " I ortlie prlntor and will bo mall loon as possible. u retentlvo memoi-v nuiv im i f4 tWng. but to bo abloto Torgot ue token of greatness. Jry Kodol today n our guarantee. ' " wr a mtie wbllo, as that 'a 'jou win need n i. vi a, r what you eat and makes tho r-c 8Wea. tt. Sold by all drug- meal, thereby Increasing the ability of nature to tako caro of digestion without exhausting othor organs,' High livers need fool no consldor nblo hnrdshlp If they will ent ono ol these little tablets after a rich or Into menl. It Is n splendid gift to tho stomnch and a cood hnblt to form. Stuart's Dysponsla Tablets sell for 60c per packago at ovory drug storo. Send us your name and nddresa and wo will send you n trial packago by mnll free. Addresi F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Rldg., Marshall, Mich. p n i ii ,mm ,m RAILDOAD MAKES MORE TIIAX REFORE PANIC I'tU!,,, we th!nk nnd I that what wo nkea us what wo aro. F fT 0.1 HER DOORSTEP FOR TUKunTuci i0,J,!'c!,11' of Evermore, Cal., Puked in. r- j b!..iy a 1UUe b0k in which I tcira Ka Irltu..", . -ry rauch Interested. N UtMhlt . year3 of aeo had fl cud J , ' exU"eio nervousness feSri?'!fcUe- She wM all run. l0, w !,,. k 'a3 very compre e:odor .1 ;. and t0,d of the new 'U W l? i nB the medIdnal elfi. ffr fhl.8 ,her fram tle oil. Wtih.S1Wrwi tota ' Wr; and M'Ba,U- 'yUttle W of v a', ,meate,y'weat tor ."-.. '''"Sin. and v. a . nrL.emf,y Sratfftil fontka H cklid"0. ha.'f .weak. delicate or .m ; .J "f ted by my r!ei (United Press Leased Wire.) Chicago, Nov. 11. Tho attontlon of tho railroad world was called to- ;day to tho statement of the earning! of tho Milwaukee and St. Paul rail road during tho month of Sootember. Tho statement shows tho largest gain in gross of any that has been made In September WhHe other roads showed larger profits none showed a bettor cond'Mon and a greater Increase of buslnow. The roadu gross earnings for Sep tember were ?C. 105,873, an Increase of $572,881 ovor September of last year. September of last year was considered a good month. Tho panic had not yet set in. 4 o Iuiirm-liR lUfo Ifnrlxir. n'nld Pres LoaH Wire.) HIlo. Hnwall, Nov. 11. Work on the new' breakwater In JJHo harbor which will give added protection to the ships -anchored fh tho port and will make HIlo one of the boit har bora ori the Pacific ocean. i undrr way today. Several carloads of boulders havo been put In place and 25.900 tons of rock will be brought from the Puna quarries to complete Miserable Indcod Is tho man or wo man whose digestive system 1b un strung who goes to tho tnblo nnd' cannot ent or what little Is oaten neoms to All thorn pud lays like a lump of lead In tho stomnch, rofuslng to digest. If you, dear rondor, suffer this wny nnd will put on your wraps now and got from your pharmacist a 50 cont enso of Papo'n Dlapopsln nnd oat ono 22-grnln Trlnngulo nftor your noxt menl you would npprecl- nto, llvo minutes Inter how long you Buffered unncccessarlly. Thoro will bo no moro Indigestion no misery In tho stomnch no no sour risings, or bolchlng or gas, no Heartburn, Flatulency or Eructu tlons of undigested food nnd ncld or fooling of Nausea, Fullness, Head ache or othor symptoms of n weaken ed Stomach. Stomach troublo and indigestion vanish llko snow before tho blazing Bun, Whon Dlnnoiiosln worku your Stomach rests gots Itself In order. Dlapopsln purifies and sweetens a sour stomach and freshons tho intes tines without tho uoo of Laxatlvos, r-nd what Is moro, It Increnso tho gas tric Juices. This Is what your stom ach Is begging for moro and bettor digestive- Juices. This la what mako3 you hungry and want to oat, and you can rost assurod what you thon eat will bo tnUon caro of proporly nud not loft In tho stomach to'formont nnd turn to gas and acid, and poison tho breath with nauseous odors. Got a 50-cont cise from your drug gist now you ought to havo Dlapop sln about tho houso always. Should ono of your family oat somethlnn which dooa not agroo with him or hor, or for a Sour Stomach or Ex ceaslvo Gas, ono trlangule will always give immediate rellof. , o Dry Goods Best tablo oil cloth, now J3c n ynrd 8 l-3c flno grade bleached muslin, now OJ4cn yd 8 l-3c flno grndo unbleached muslin, bow, 0!(n yd .15c dress gooods, now yard lie 25c dross goods, now yard inc 40c dross goods, now ynrd UOo 50c dress goods, now yard Wc to 40c 75c dress goods, now ynrd .BBo $1.00 dro3a goods, now ynrd 05c to 7fio $1.25 dross gooda, now yard HOo to Wp $1.50 dress goods, now ynrd ...., 9t4C $1.75 dress goods, now $A,5M Wldo (unbleached scrim, now -Ion ynnl WIdo blenched scrim, now Go n yard 15c Towels i , c 10c Towels, now , , ojfio Cream Opting Flnnnl now t Aic --- v Ladies' Coats $5.00 Vnluos, now 9.0 $7.50 Values, now ? 1.2S $9.50 Vnluos, now $'-R $14.00 Vnluos, now 910.00 Men's Suits $S.B0 men's sulto, now $B,00 $10.00 mon's buWs, now $7,B0 $12.00 men's suits, now $8.B0 $15.00 mon's BUlts, now ?0.B0 Wo also havo odda and ends In men's suits at nbout halt price. Boys' Suits $1,50 boy's 8iiltB, now $1.00 $2.50 boy's suits, now .$1.71 $3.00 boys' suits, now $8.10 $3,50 boys' suits, now $9MW $4,00 boys' suits, now , . , ,$ft. $5.00 boys' suits, now m w n . 3,75 $0.50 boys' suits, now, ,,,,', .$'1.60 Men's P&ritis $1.00 Mon's Panls, now ...Itid $1.50 Men's Cotton Pants, now $1.10 $2.00 Mon's Part Wool Pants, now $1.10 $2150 Mon'a Part Wool Panta, now $1.73 $3,00 Mon's All Wool Pants, now $a.lW $4.00 Mon'n All Wool Panta, flow $a.00 Rostein & Greenbaum 240-246 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM Tho nrrost of a farmer at Marengo, 111., may prove to bu tb iiioimh of uuearthlng anothor "aurdur turn.' similar to that at tho Cello f'ui,nnsrt Dfnco at La Porto, ml. . o- ' - ' MAKE WO"1-? KASIRH Balom Peoplo Aro Plvascd to lani How It Is Done. swing chairs will nccurary waa that many frauds wore porpetrated mndo by Eurlo when ko wiib qunrrol- on eloctjon day. and thnt a ,.a-n..i -. -.. iv-wmmi Nover do anything dlsngreeablo, but seek even In your nnger to pleaso in whatover you do and say, TEA New York is too far from Japan;. San Fran cisco is;ncarcr. yr strttrr rrfurni'roor menci II too don'l liVefcthilliHt t IWtl. vu Kf tuu. Do not four bolng misunderstood, and nover waste a moment thinking about your onamlos. Seven Years of Proof, "I havo had seven ynis of proo' that Dr. King's New D'scovery Is the bes medicine to take for coughs aad co'ds and for ovory diseased condition of throat, chost ro lungs' says W. V Henry, of Panama, Mo. The world has had 3S years of proof that Dr. Klng'a Now Discovery 1 the host remedv for couRhs. colds. la grippe ..hmn tiav ovai- iironrlilt I. hem orrhage of tho lungs, and the earlJM stages of consumption ing with his wife. Charles Dayton, a neighbor of Eurlo'o, who wiib work ing for tho nrtlst, heard Mra. Earlo's volco raised, thon a scronm, and nft pnvnrd. Carlo cmo miming, toward hint holding his head In his hands. "My wlfo hit tno,1' yollod Earlo. Dayton Is cortaln ho said "wlfo'' nitit not "nfflnUy." "What iyd sho hit you with?" itskod Dayton, who wnB cortaln somo weapon had boon used to Inflict tho. Injuries. "With a chnlr," groanod Earle. Later Earle denied that his affin ity had hit him with tho furniture and called upon his wlfo to boar wit ness to their complete ItapplucKM, "Wo nro fioFfGOtly happy togothor, aren't wo, dear?" ho qiiorlod. "Wo nro," was hor torso response. Tho casualties between Earlo and his aftlnlty aro now oven. Several weoka ago Eurle struck nnd choked his Boul-mnto and was Jailed. Ho pleaded guilty and paid a fine. o SENATOR'S fiECRE l'. It V l'AHSKI) IJD CIII'.fJKH Lob Angolos, 'Jnl , Nov 11 O. E. Young, former wiovo'pi-y lo l'nl ted1 States Sonntor join W. Daniel 'A Virginia. Is In Mis e-lty i;-'oii oday, aW'Utng trial -f uiuuo-oii iIi..iih or Ismilng flctltioiH clueki fru small itilioiints. Tho polios have also wired to' tfnn Francisco to ascertain If ilm mail? who was formerly pructlciug law in Washington, V, and In It's pretty hard to attond to duties With a constantly aching back; With annoying urinary dlsordors, Doau's Kidney Pills mako work oarlor. Thoy euro backacho. Thoy euro ovory kidney 111, W, H. Wood, of 250 Cottago St., Salem, Or., says: "A good many yoars ago I got badly kicked by a mule right ovor tho kidnoys and at another tlmo while digging a well It caved In on mo also Injuring my back and slnco thon 1 havo had more or less annoyanco from my kidneys. Change of weather caused my back to ncho and when I worked hard it became so Iamo that t COUld hardly stralghton up after stooping', t pro cured Doan's Kidney Pills at fitono'o drug store, and slnco taking (bom' altogother I havo continued to work hard and been exposed to sevro weather not an ache or othor symp tom of my former troublo romaltiiJ-. This clearly proved that Doan's KU ney Pills act up to the representa tions mado for thorn I also know of other peoplo who have derived bone.- ni irom meir use. j am ginu io ier m,.HrAr.Mrt I- ,...,... i.. a.... .-.. others know the merits of Doan'logco , ioni)o0lIon wlfh tUo ,,; will change tho rouult and will r. soat him on tho bonch. Should Cook ho correct In IiIb. claim, tio ro-count would unsat Judgo govrgo A, Sturtovant who. bonl oul Cook by two "thousand' votos, Judge Dunno, wht Vras prl inarlly oppoBod to Coolc on the ww tiort of rtt and antl-graft nUMw third In the list of tho llvo judgM oloctod. Cook doclnroa (hat ho was net pre parod to go Into tho oxponso of n ro-count until persuaded to do so by tho campaign commltteo of the UhIor Labor party, o f KIDNAPJOU PROTECTRn "? PROM IORRK nv FRIK.VDS (United Press Loased Wire,) Seattlo, Nov, 11. Another noma. with Information thnt Loo Ilezomor, wno aitomptod to kidnap B, P, Eng lish, a wealthy loggor, and hold hl for ransom a few days ago, la la hiding In a log cabin, started today In sonrch of tho fugitive. This posso Is headed by Sheriff elect 0. W. Stovonson, and Is mak ing for tfid dense forests between 811 vana and Mnrynvlllo, whoro, It Is roportcM, food Is being brought to him by frionda, who nro also keop fng him ' Informed as to tho movu fiientH of tho pssos. An ounco of loyalty la worth a pound of clovornoN. Kldnoy.PIIls for backache and kldnoy trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllbum Co., nuffalo, In vest Igatons. Young waa n hiwyo at Hie naUtir. al capital when Senator Dinlol bo-i gamo attraotod towards him and toolv Now York, sole agents for tho United !,,,, M ,,, vrlyatMM(Arry Voung States. Remember tho and take no other, name Donn's- AFFIXITIRS If WE SPATH TJKE ORDINARY COUPLES Now York. Nov. 11. Ferdinand Plnnoy Earle. tho artist whoso olalm to fnmo.lrt his discovery of an "nffln pv " 1 nursing x. black .-ovo today, tho result of n'coUlsIon between him lf rnd a chair In the hnnds of the ita ilmelv svond Mrs. Earlo, according to a Lbecnme firmly wiablluhod lit Wash- Uigton sooloty but in ualil to Iiuaoi ahun to drink. Ho tlwn ca.uo to California whoro ho has 'Iml a varied oareor. Kodol For Indigestion Our Guarantee Coupon use aJwa nrevnnH tlw develmw)f ( nelhbar to wwom Barjo ran for ro- of pneumonia. Sold under gftaranteo . tectlon St J, U. ferry, nrng worn, ovc uu Th AtUMVIrv fhn If, flr uilor a l.eo Ixillla ol Jvodol, jroq can boutill tr ll hai not bnfilJ jou, i will itfund rout tuonef. Tfj Kodol todr Ibli guiranlss. Fill cul oJ tlga lh follow lor. prcxat 11 lo III dcaltr l lb lnn of parcho. If ll fll to ailtfr;ou rtiurn tin bollU lo tli dtilt r from wlioni jroa UmL ll, aad wi will rtfuBd jrour uicoo, To 'Slat 8Ua bi CulTkMUut- CLAIMS' FRAUD I.V I - SAN FRAXOI8CO KLKOTIONH 4 (United 'Press Leased Wire. J ", . San FranclJco, Nov. 11, fudge Carroll Cook, who was defoated for ro-o!fictlpn. to tho superior bohch by, nirfp tVhf YiltFl a narrow marglo of yoteo. I, tak-1 " , ll ?. . . Ing oteps today to havo a re-couut , nA Mke lh5teaich 5wt mado of the ballots. The ludKO rie- C- OwWITT CO.. ChUnae, 111, affinities can cgre, tnat word bM come to hjra BOM) BY ALL DKALKH8 i i m u .&& a w,a- the breakwater. : aa m-l-1 l..tl IwO. I "- -- - Trial bottle fre. l4'"