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DAIM OAPtTAL JOURNAL, 8ALKM, ORBCrpy, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 31, 1008.
to WHEN YOU CATCH ON TO THE FACT That we're offering you the best clothes ever shown in this town you'll be surprised that you neglected your opportunity so long. Every HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Suit and Overcoat in the store is a good catch, and you'll real ize it as soon as you see them. We've got some of the finest things here that Hart, Schaff ner & Marx ever made; they're special things produced for us, and for you. We'll show you some of the smartest styles in fine over coats, new ideas for this sea son both in fabric and ih mqd els; nobody in the whole coun try offers such values as We do in our Hart, Schaffner & Marx fine clothes. It's the same in suits, we show vou the bcfst in the mar- 'ket at low prices. Evdf y dollar yoU pay here getS ValUe. Copyright 1908 by Hart SchafTher & Marx This Store Is the Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes kWmmW,Skmmmmkm km 'IrSMs WfM W4tti;l III S III Ml EP7Kf 1 eWm WmT- at e Store Closes at 5:30 Except Saturdays OM TWWWi Store Closes at 5:30 Except Saturdays I o o O 0 o o o.. o o o o o o o CITY NEWS oooooooooo O. V. Scott & Co., Real Kttc Persona wishing to buy soil, ronl er trado liouaoa, lotn or farms, will do well to cnll on us. 540 State at. 11-10-tf. lUm' Forget- Tito bnzn.tr of tho ladlos of tho St. Paul's church, Dccombor 10.. Thrco rensona for buying Cleveland's Baking Powiler: Suporlor Qunlity (Puro Crcnm of Tartar). Neatest Pnckngo (Scrow top can). Boat Prlco (3 IbB. $1; 5 lbs. 1.05) New Classo! Will bo commoncod nt tho Cnpltnl Business Collogo on Monday, Nov. 23, In arithmetic, grammar and short- annd. A good tlmq tqbogln a prnc tlcal course of Btudy, Sond or cnll for catalogue. ll-18-4t. Its No Trouble To Boloct Ohrlatmas preuentn nt Hlpgos Jowolry Store. You enn buy such beautiful tliliiKs nt greatly ro ducod prices. 123 Com'l strdot. ll-20-2t. Mr Ontfcnl HusIiio.n Has grown so I am compollod to reduce my Jowolry. cut glass, silver wnro and clock lino so I enn glvo mora attention to that Important aranch. Chns. II. Hinges, 123 Com'l St. 11-2012U Blje Millinery Sale Air goods at ono-half prlco, re gardless of cost. Our ontlre sloe must-bo sold by Docombor IB, All Itats 'trimmed to order without extra charge. Miss Evans, Meyers' store. n-au-ti Am Kr of ProBiKrity ThU county, nnd ospoclally tho Pacific Northwest, Is now ontorlng an unprecedented orn of develop ment ami prosperity. This oxtonalon of business In nil linos will afford hundreds of openings for young poo nla who can kcop books nnd do Bten ography. It Is wlso to got rendy now. A course of study at tho Capi tal nuBlnoss Collogo will bo one of tho best Investments n young man or woman can mnko at this tlmo. If fntero-'ted. call to tnlk tho matter over with us, or sond for catalogue, ll-20-3t. Did Vou See The crowds In nt Hinges Jowolry Storo. Ho is huvlng u snlo, n big ono too. Inductions nro tho blggost ovor si von In Snlom. 123 N. Com mercial St. ll-20-2t. Honda, Hoiuls Wq havo just rocolvod $40,000 of city bonds. It you nro Interested call or phono Wntor Bros. ovorLadd A Rush. 1 1-21-3 1 DoH'fc Forget Tho, bazaar of tho ladlos of tho St. Paul's church, December 10.. How Altout . That old sot of harness;? Bottorj got n now sot boforo tho winter work boglnB. Seo F. E, Sliafcr, th har- noao man. Weather Forecast Unlit tonight nnd Sunday; creasing Southerly wIiuIm. In. Stove Wood ,' And c6nl. Call 198. bor company. Vogot Lum- Mih. Sam White Itf tired of buying ground coffee. She buys Folgor's Golden Onto whole ronatod and grinds it. l-'or flood Meat Quick dollvory nnd courteous trontment, Steusloff aanltnry mnrket Ib tho plnco. Thoy havo boon with nu for years nnd hnvo plonsod othors nnd will plcaso you. Notice To nil buyers, J. M, Lnwronco Is tho plnco to buy your grocorlos, fresh eggs and country buttor. Now Houses Alwny for snlo. company. Vogot Lumbor Plilloiiinth Creamery- Butter for tho good tablo. Ask yopr grocor. o ooooooooooo O PPRQnMfli MPWTIfiM O O O O O O O O O O'O o II. Shull wont to Portland on busi ness this morning. Frank Ward wont to Portland to day to attend tho football gamo. Miss Elono Doll, of Albany, arrived this morning to visit with friends for a short tlmo II. Upporlo wont to Portland this morning to spend Sunday with rela tives and friends. Claud Doll, tho candy man, loft for Portland today to seo tho foot ball sport. Congressman "W. C. Hnwloy loft yostordny for McMlnnvlllo to visit for a short tlmo. F. W. Dnrbln has loft for North Yamhill to spend n few days hunttn wutor birds. George Gntos wont to Wnodburn this morning to look nftor business matters for a fow hours. John Glover, of Tumor, was In tho city yostordny looking nftor business for n.Bhort tlmo. Loul Plcknrd was n pnssengor for Portland this morning to visit his old friends and wltnoss tho ball gnmo. Bon Robertson, of Turner, was In tho city yostordny taking after busi ness mnttors for a short time M. L. Jonos, of Brooks, was In tho city yesterday looklug nftor business mnttors nnd visiting old friends. Miss Cnthorlno Smith loft today for Walla Wnlla, Wash., to visit with hor parents for a numbor of days. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lund returned to their homo In Portland this morn ing nftor several days' visit with Sa lem friends. Dnn Byrd, of Corvnllls, 1b In Iho city todny visiting with rrlond.i.. Ho loaves for Portlund in tho morning to visit wjth rolntives for u number 3f dnjs. 4 : o- SPECIAL TRAINS FOR JpOTERS Special trains for thp. rooters at the big game In Portland this aftor noon botwecn O. A. C. and tho U, qY Of pa Bed through Snlom this morning. Tho largest train, that of tho O. A. O.' lads, passod through at 8 o'clock this morning nnd ho. U. of O. train passed through at 10 o'clock. Tho O. A. C. apodal train conshted of 1G coaches and tho U. of O. of 12 coaches. Engines, coaches nnd 'tudonts wore decorated with tho colors of tho rospoctlvo schools o an elaborate degree. RORN. TOLAND To tho wife of Henry To land, at their homo on, Wednes day, tho 18th of November, an &Y, pomTd girl. It goes without saying, Mr. To- land Is a very, hupny person. Mother and child doing nicely. HAIR DRESSING, FACIAL MASSAGE SHAMPOO AND MANICURK ELTiA M. COUCH, Professional. My processes are scientific and sat isfaction guaranteed. My creams and hair tonics are t3ted and tried by tlmo and experlonco. Give me a trial. Room 15, Eldrldge Hotel. Phone 1112. 11-2-tf. PROF. RICKARIVS Electro-Turkish Bath Parlors nAsronsNT Willamette hotel Wo euro Rheumatism, Neuralgia and all chronic dlsencos. Sweedlsh Movements and Mn8ago; Facial Massage nnd Scalp Treatments. Hours, 9 a. m. to 11 p. m. Experienced Lady Attendants . STARR PIANO HIGH CLASS GOODS GEO. C. WILL IHTTERNUT BREAD. It U worth more than any otha iread yet the price in no hlcaer for aala at yoar grocera. CALIFORNIA BAKMRT, TkeM'A OeetoT, FrM. THUGS BULLET (Contlnuod from pneo 1.) shouldor blade in his bnck, nnd Issued from tho right breast, but which tho doctors say will probably not bo fatal, Homer Black, -Iwrllvcd to be the' thug who committed the atrocious holdup, Is In tho county lall. Black la alleged to hnvo stated nftor being brought Into tho shojlff's ofllco, that If It had not been that William Tweedy had him covered w th a double-barrell-d shot gun from n bunsy. Uo would havo killed W. W. Johnson, tho livery stpb'o i an, who hnd left tho btiggv to of 'ect the suspected thug's enpturo ob ho rnn Into hiding In the liuahB rbou t blopi' wpst of the Fair Ground- atoro on tho Fair Grounds rond When criptured Blnck wore n black handkerchief around liU neck In puch a pos'tlon thnt It could bo nally drawn up around his face. In the front of his tro'.isers ho carried a 15-cttllbro Colt's revolver nnd on other parla of his person ho had nearly nu entlro box of Bholls. Two empty sholls of tho snmo cnllbro wore found by nursorymnn C. F. IiuBlng on nn ovorconte bollovod to belong to Black, found on tho plat form of tho street car wnltlnp; room nt tho Fnlr Grounds. Doctor Robertson passod a good right nnd It Ib Btnted by tho doctors who attended him tho wound will probably not prove as serious as was at first expected. Should no compli cations set tn tho physician should be well In a' comparntlvoly short tlmo. An Important fenturo In connec tion with Black Is that ho was soon In thlB city yesterday with nnothor man. It In tho bollof of tho pollco that tho two worked in conjunction In several nils-deeds, recorded In thin city nnd especially in the boating up cf Clsrk Giles of Barnes Cash Store. From B'ack's position of hiding by tho Bldo of th? Fnlr Grounds rond, 't looked to the two mon who effect ed hit enpturo, ns If ho wero pre pared to hold up n enr, ns ho hnd hla mask already to pull over his faco and a pistol In his hand at a spot whore all cars hnvo to come ul moBl to n stop before rounding tho ciirvo near tho place. The Hodti'f Dr. Robertson, being afoot and carrying an umbrella, was walking down Fcturtoenth street. Ho ob served a mnn nlso carrying an um brella In front of him somo dlstnnco aw'hy, and whllo wntcbjng tho tnttor aw h'm bring hi umbrolln down in "rorit of him. yhon nulto close to tho stranger the umbrolln wns again raised tho man pointing a phtol directly nt tho doctor. Tho mnn then orttoreJv tlio doctor, to throw up his hnuds. Dr. tlobertson thBn made au attempt to escnp'- but a ho began running away tho man 11 red striking tho phy Iclnn In tho hack just bolow tho right shoulder b'ndo and pass ing completely through tho body. The bullet enmo out of tho right br I st. Tho highwayman thon flrod nnothor rNot, which fortmiatoly missed Its mark. n Mon camo rushing up from ovory direction after hearing tho two shots. Among tho first to respond jyoro J. H. Scholl, Frank E. Shnfer, D. W. 8hafor, W. N. Savago and Judgo King. Those gentlemen quickly removed tho Injured man to tho home of Frank Shafer at the corner of Thirteenth and Stnto strot whoro hn was made as comfortable a? posMb'o, awaiting tho nrrlval of a physician and tho nmbulanco which came a vory fow mlnutt-g after. Ho was romoved to tho WP lametto Sanitarium. RetrultH of the Drag-net. Ono of tho best pieces of work evor done in this city was accomp lished In thU caso by the ofllcers and their nsMatants. Immediately after tho shooting, the shorl'f and chief of police wore notified, and within a fow minutes thoy wore on tho scene ready for business. Sheriff Mlnto, after obtaining tho particu lars returned to his ofllco and pro- ceodod to get In tt ch with somo ot tho b03t mon In the city, whom ho gave instructions to locate at differ ent po'nts whoro the highwayman would bo most I'kely to make his escape. After doing this the shorlff and chief of pollco Glbon accom panied by tho chief's force went di rectly to the Southern Pacific depot, whoro they made a diligent search of tho promises and tho passing trains. At 9 o'clock the sheriff's drag not was put In motion,- and nt 9:30 o'clock the mnn upon whom' the strongest suspicion nnd evidence a of crime is placed, was hnndcMffed sitting In tho sheriff's ofllco. Johnson niul Tweedy Captors. W. Johnson, 4ho well-known liv ery man, and William Tweedy were deputized and Instructed by the sheriff to station themselves at Brooks and keep a lookout for the fugKlve, and they proceeded to carry out tk ordors promptly, The, two OREGON ELECTRIC RECOGNIZES SALEIVlAS LUULA I I0NAL CENT MANAGERS WILL ENCOURAGE ERECTION OF WAREHOUSES ALL ALONG THE LINE. Tho Oregon Electric recognize basts. Thin mat aniem is tno- greotcst eduentlon- points betw- eitttltiJ m center or uio wummetto valley. vIIId, nnd-wllien m M: Miuu nro an kmmib oi lnsmuiions or school at Sal maJti higher education, a unlvor Ity, n The Orogon. , , business collogo, n Cnthollc nendomy, lUK ont in,iu' lrlc ' ! a normal school, nnd n $70,000 h'gh to bull.i ...!nent, tottj school, a free people's collogo. lino hniu-oa., . 0a r., (l. i ... .... .. -. oaiem a.i . .- wuu ui uiu jiual uiuvuo ui mo ur- They w'll mroi i gon Electric io enpturo business nn 1 than linlf .. p,rtl(3 uuii'iui ciuuni tin uu uuin;.uiuil cun- j IIOUHCS nt i t r Ib to put on n school rate for' cars "er , . wwy Point wW t . ,a l.h uu auu. raie lor cars to onnbl o them hi . '' BtMdonU on a very low commutation ' freight business "H1 innn.lm.ilnv.. Ir.Tl 11... nil.. I I ...H..-........V.O lult t..v vj in ,i r g, notwithstanding ha . nnd wero driving down tho 1-Vr ' formation of iorb J uroumia roau aim una arrived with- slip of tho tongue aZ J, in a row uioom or tno Fair around draw8 the net cloiZS storo whon Walter Johnson fnlntlv -nn .... t... . ro"11 nlionruri' iflin fnrtn nf n tnnn nrniintin.t .-. . ... " JTO linlitnil n Inriro tvm tinnf 1in rnml I n. n ..... VI"IX. " ... .; ? " . " 10 Bam Black, wan n minuio, uio nocK yoKo is; "You nro hrreied fo UT comlne down." Bald Johnson to nni.nrj.A- V'.j'.ji r,ill Tweedy, nnd ho got out of tho bnggv 'the shef? tftrfra "S,! nnd wont around to tho horseB' y0u to- f, v:u.u. heads, from which plnco ho wnlkoj . n rC8ponso Black Mid U tfiMM1 llin IiIIhIkyh nl til a nlln n 11n I ia " iuuiu uiu uuanuo ui uiu oiuu ui mo . notiung to Bay. roau witn two rovoivors grasped in his hands In readiness., Johnson demanded tho mnn In tho bushes to como out nnd throw up his hands. Tweedy wns (standing up In tho buggy with a double-barrelled shot gun pointed directly nt Dlnck, thun, nn nftorwnlds learned, prob ably saving Johnson's llfo, as Blnck powers to hear In order ton would havo shot to kill had Johnson stolid nnd Indifferent apptirwy been alono. Wnninn rmi. . n. Ji .......v.. UUI.IVO VI U Tho follow rosponded to Johnson s order with nlncrlty, and Johnson searched him finding n big -1 6" Colin rovolvor stuck in tho front of his trousers apparently put there when ho wns told to throw up his hnndo. Aftor ascertaining thnt no other weapons wore on tho prlsotior, John Bon marched him to tho rig, mndo him not In and brought him to tho shorlff's ofllce. Tho shorlff wns no tified of tho capture shortly after whllo still at tho dopot, and roturnel to hla ofllco to find tho mnn socutolv hnndouf'ed. Shorlff Mlnto thon In vestigated ovory pnrt of tho man's clothing, making him strip to th" skin. Tho Investigation resulted In tho bringing to light nearly a whole box of WInohestor IG-cnllbro shells, nnd a small tobacco sack filll of 32 calibre automatic sholls, two hats, ono whlto one perfectly dry, and n blnck ono spnked with wntor. Noth ing inoro of Importance wns found on IiIb porson, nnd tho shorlff placed' . drossM ! K s belleTwyoiM him undor lock nnd koy. thor'tles that hp other milli Tho sheriff 'it n quostlon to him , jn the town and a trca u "Were yoji aloae whta m.1 n.inn . . " m misr- nsKou Sheriff Mlnto. question Black replied y after wnrds denied lhl oeMtfl nin.i.. .1 ... ' i.un-n o uviiivanor (Dli m showed nervouncs. tad Uki Iff Mlnto convcrsod tlth hlB,kJ compelled to bring all hi i tlnry made a closo InipMkri Ulifk nt tho county Jill ttai Ing, hut ho could not Identity fci An umbrolln which vat (il possession wns found todiy Uiu In Yew PArk, near the Wootal An nccurnte description ottWil bre'ln Ir nubllshed below u4i It be Idrntlflcd by anyoMiil city, from whom It wa it stolen, It can bo had by crfJi the court hou'e: Ladles l!(Ui hrolln. long hardood etrn'Kht. A few stitches law? the piece Qf light leather mk t lower cntch. Tho trade nukull Meyers & Sons In the InMnfJ top. Two black taswli on I It was discovered by tbe i this morning that Black mi hi cltv yrslenlay In compaiy nnothor mnn Screral attest procuro medical aid was maJe M tho nnrtnpr who was snlferitjl n n in Iho lee. and i W mndo for him. a-t a IT)OKIAi. ...r xw$ otMn u H4 MONEY TO K THOS. K. FW OverI.u.Md&Pub,i.e,!' dlroctly cone rnlng tho uttompto! holdup, but tho only nu'wer ho got, was, "I havo nothing to say." Upon a closo in&opctlon of the gun It wns discovered thnt It hnd ;l boon fired recently, although no sholls were missing fom the cham bor. Tho amokeloss powder grains wore in evidence in tho barrel!, also a strong umell of freihly burnod powder. DescrlptloR of the Man. Tho prisoner gave his narno as Dlnck. HIb build Is aomewhat slon dor, but woll 'ormed, nls faco smooth shaven and ho has a pair of cool, dark, p'orclng oyea. Whllo going through tho sheriff's inspection, ho was apparontly unconcerned, and kopt his eyos down o tho floor with I Q Q $ tho oxcoptlon of a few lightning I OOOOOJ! --T glances to thoso around him. Ho varrled a bottlo of whisky which ho "killed" In tho sheriff's olllco. Johnson and Tweedy OoHgratHlated. CIia.IM IflnlM Mni.it Tnhnonn nnfl uiiuiiii miuiu 6io UU....v,.. ..-( Tweedy his sincere congratulations on their grod work done In taking tho man Into custody, as tholr brav ery was cortalnly commendable. Sheriff Mlnto questioned DlncV lat nlsht regardlnjr the Ami, and Norwich UflK Fk Frank Jfcred. 'ljl Ofllce with Wm. Brow ' 29, Comtnorc'al trt. 0 o-TTTTinnnr o new TODAY .. i i . tfMI Ui k ..it a rJinTS. " i . .. . vt.io West ftW1 '.T-r" tor rcu' vnr iteiit Three rooaM ih j ".... ..,nl.l,ftd pU,T' "r.-r.toiw.-w1 Lj innhone. RefW1-1, Znaed. Call I. Center street, corner and Center 09 building tat in the city, 60x50. This U V" $2100 Finest vacant Hall. $1200 150xlG6 large enough for 3 or i cottage . on tho car lino In a fine locality. Basy terms. Fine farm, 1'44 acres, 125 acres undor cultivation. balance- itl mo iuiiu, iii vo, - umber ' timber; $45 per aero. Will cut off 30 acres i ncro. Also 20 acres tlmbor at $40 per ncre. if w' Is located near Liberty In the famous Prune District, , best road. Wo have farms In nil parts of tho county, Call and tit osfH List your poropty or Insure your houses wflh us Mever & Bell Land Co. Room No. I, vTji Statesman BuildiNg. v