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daily QAi-ra w. jornyau fl.u.KMitKnoN Saturday, November 21, iopa. .
4 H . . .. MMMl Hn U H B Ih lvl fek H l R h l h H H h i l H l! H fl HH Hk H fl 1H flHi H H H l H BH l H lii H RH fli eI bB H l l H H V mH r lr Hfl Hl B fl V B Hl v LIH1 H All of our stock of cook stoves, ranges and house furnishing goods. THIS ROOM MUST BE VACATED. V ROASTERS ROASTERS 12x17, Self Basting Savoy Self Basting Savoy Self Basting, Enameled Usual Price $ .50 1.25 - 1.75 Sale Price $ .35 Self Basting - .85 Roasters - 1 .25 Roasters Flintstone 3-piece Enamel, Guaranteed Ten Years Enameled Baking Pans 4 qt. Double Boiler, usual price 60c, sale pr. 40c Usual Sale Price Price $2.00 $1.50 2.50 2.00 2.75 2.25 .25 .15 aSHK VWKUJLJrBBW: Pails, 10 qt. Enameled, usual price 50c, sate price - 35c n Everything Must Go &m?9lEw uYKH7 BIBMM 'i , PPK HK- IHHJHkv ". HBl $ mi ' i 4 Boilers, Copper BoUom, usual price $1.00, sale price Boilers, Galvanized Iron usual price $1.00, sale price Boilerf, Tin, usual price 85c, sale price ft ii ft Speric ef Hardware Co, Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem9 Oregon &?SXS3ZttZE&Z2DJMSaL .JgWWW 3CTB2323E FATALLY W0MDS Of FICER; THEN HANGS HIMSELF (Unltod Proaa Lonsocl Wlro.) Snn Joho, Cal., Nov. 21 After a light with a dospornto thus in which ho was Bhot twlco, Patrolman Hay W, Stnrlilnl Is lying in n precnrlonn condition today nt tho city hospital. George Italian!, ex-convlct and nior Iihino fiend, who did tho shooting whon Stnrhtrd called to arrest him at his homo last night, lump; himself In IiIh coll at tho c'ty July 20 inln utos aftor Ills enptnro. Mrs. llallard, tho wife of tho dend man, Is bolng troatod for a shot wound In tho right arm, rocolvod whon alio ntomntoil to wrost n rovol vor from tho handn of hor husband during tho fight with Starblrd. Stnrbkd wnj ordered by Chlof of Pollco Ilaloy yesterday afternoon to nrrcst Dallard on suspicion that tho convict was implicated In Humorous bloyclo thefts. Taking with him Patrolmnn John Salisbury, Starblrd wont to Dallard's homo, Salisbury remained In tho patrol wagon while Stnrhlnl ontored the houeo, A vcullle was heard and two shots followed. When Salisbury brolto In tho door, ho found Starblrd do:porntcly wounded but clinging to ntillard. Tn n huddlo nearby lay Ballard's wlfo. Starb'rd was hurried to tho hos- 1 pltal whore It was ascertained that two bullotj pinetrutod his abdomen ind ho has llttlo chnnco of rocovory. Mrs. Dallard reficed to go to a Iiob pltal and a surgeon later extracted a bullet from her nrm. After being taken to his coll, Dal lard attempted to butt his. brnlin out against tho wall. Half an hour Intor, a trusty saw him hnnglng from a window bar In thd coll. Dallard had mndo n noose of his suspendors nnd wub dend whon out down. ONLY ONE (Continued from page 1) of tho Wisconsin State Fedorat'on of Labor. Gompsrs re-olectlon conios a u vindication of his couro In taking 'the American Federation of Labor in to politics nnd working ror the clee t'on of William .1. Dryau during tho Inst national cnmpn'gu. Although tho convention has bon in so slon for two weoks and eov oral efforts woro mndo to organlzo an opposition to Gompors, thoy nil failed and the president of the or ganization was Bwopt Into ofllee nguln with n great demonstration. James Duncan was re-olocted first vlce-preel'lent by, ncclnmatlon. Danlol Keofo, one of tho vlce pros'donts of tho federation, was forced to decline ro-nomlnatlon by tho recommendation of tho commit tio on Gompor'3 report, which stato.l that all who do not ngreo with tho political policy of tho oxecutivo council of tho American Fedointiou of Labor should resign from ofllce. Koofo wne given permission to mnko a porsonal explanation of his reasons for dccl'nlng to nccopt tho nomination, Ho said that tho adoption of tho report of tho com-' mlttoo on tho president's report compeuea mm to leave- mo executive council ns a mnttor of principle ' "I hnvo voted tho Republican tick-1 et for 32 years and will continue in that faith until my consclonco tolls mo to do othorwlio," declnrcd Keefe, In explanation of his action In sup- p.titlag Taft la oppcsillca U recomnienilatlon of tfc hi council. Ho waj liberally u od when he took bl it ACCIDENTALLY KILLED I BY 9-YEAR-OLD! Rantn. Ana. Cal. Nor Jl- McDowell, nsd H.dMtofcJ a gunshot wound rew j hands of 9-year-old Awm- limf IllL'llt. il The hoys were duck bMtW Jones' hnmraerleu shotjan .lmitally discharged. Tbeci . .. n in. MnlHL 'I tered Jicuowcim " l-lltllf4-f--ff4-lflflllll I; Going! Goilld Goillg! I WhHeYouBlow Yourself for Comforts at Wednesday's Special My stock is getting smaller every day, the sales are beyond my expectation and will be more and more from now on. Goods coming in everyday for the Holidays which were ordered before I knew I was going to reduce my stock so I can give m re time to my fast growing opitcal business. These ae in the sale and will be sold at the prevailing cut to tie quick. It's to your advan tage to come early, better selection and more time to look the immense stock over. Goods selected with a small deposit down can bs reserved until Christmas. To give prices is impossible on our big stock, but come in and see the reduction yourself. C. l HINGES, Jeweler and Optician ' IWIIIBIIMI Ill IIMHT-""111 Let Wintry Winds Blow jT $1.50 Comforts at . . $1.10 $2.25 Comfortc at . . $1-55 $2.00 Comforts at . . $1.32 $3.00 Comforts at . . $2-15 $4.00 Comforts at . . . $2.98 m TT ""' " i MMM'Ti - Finest cotton find wool blankets at same reductions. Remember the Wednesday, Ihe 25th. See samples in window The House Furnishing Company 177 LIBERTY STREET. SALEM, OREGON $ 1?3 Commercial St Only one on this Street J !' LT.T1 .li.l'TJI tH'HH(Mlll4-4fir4llllltf-f