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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALgM, QlttQON, BAymtp'4 NOVEMBER fll, 100?.
r-1 i i r ;""J4,-"f Five Hundred Doz. Torchon Lace' 5c a yard e have just received a shipment ot Torchon laces that surpass in value anything we have ever shown. The lines are composed of high grade laces made to sell at 5c, 10c and 15c a yard. But we put the entire line on our 5c list to make selling brisk. J. L Stockton THE-WHITE CORNER ffl) IN OREGON 48 YEARS John Chuton, well-known In this where I e worked ns a pnttorn ker nt the foundry for boiiio tlnio who v lived In Oregon for -18 ittrs. dl.1 tit ISugone nt :i:15 E'ock this morn.ng nt tlio nge of I years. Mrs 0 MpIboii, of this city, itlec i r 'ic deceirod. "ajton .- lorn In S;otnnd In II lilt rovrl to Canada whou n rc L; and mov d to Oregon In 60 IEMAWA " DEFEATS. 0. A. C. 2ND GOT $70,000 BY FORGERY Seattle. Wn., Nov. 21. Accused of coiniiilttliiK forgeries aggregating ?70,n00, Elliott A. Archer Is under arrest hero awaiting tho arrival of an otllcer to take him hack to New ark, N. J whoro tho allogcd crime Is said to have lieon committed. Aehor who was known In Seattle as C. Ar cher Carter, was employed as solici tor hy tho Seattle Tacoma Powor Company. The fli ' iua Indian Bchool this BrnlnicKf .tul the second team o' Ore- rlcnltnrnl collogo with Bcore of " toO In a hard fought me Th Indlnn school onthusl- K. ns a r tilt nre this nftornoon UnR It rs their hollof thnt they m a. tenm which will stand n good ce of dcfentlng Multnomah, O C, or tlu University of Oregon . O A C. had slightly the t of it during the flr.t half, keop- tno ball WCH down In tho Che- a fi. Id, hut tho halt ondod with ball nt O. A C.'s 25-ynrd line. M second half was almost entlroly Nht "n r O a. C. Hold und tho ' mans won their victory when "Big ui-rrm right tnckle. mndo I frun thrc-ifah tho loft gunrd tacklo ' i ram d -c hall ovor O. A. C.'s n Hu" wlMi two men clinging to f" Tl- o c. coach Bays Che-. I a ban t r ben trained toam he ' tern r - .1 r coa t ! ELECT DEMOCRAT TURNED REPUBLICAN Cathliuuet Wn., Nov. 21. Poll tlelaiiH In this vicinity aro all achat tor loday hecnuso of the nnuouueo raam made by John 0. Ilailuy, coun ty troNHiirur'olect and the only cundi dato on the county Democratic ticket elected, that he votod for Tnft and wished to bo rogurded ns a Ilopubll can. lie did not Ray ho had renounced tho Democratic party, but did Bay that henceforth ho will train with th Republicans. Dnlloy's announce meat has caused a political sousatlon hore. ATTELL WILL NOT HAVE EASY EIGHT Loa. Angeles. Cal., Nov. nl.- Abe Utell nnd Fr.ddle Welsh today stand en In the bottlnn dn llu-li' l."-i'oiutd " Thanksgiving eve as th. remit of atitton on the par tof Atrell's sitp 'witers. Welsh opened favorite nt "-10. Naturally thp Altoll people bbled this up In Jig time finny bets were exchanged at even .mints ahead. Now It appears that it is an even break Rgnln. I am In a position lo know thnt Attell will be nn S-10 fuorlt3 boforo he tltneof battle. They nro merely holding out as long as possible At tell mone also pred .-.nit'iitoa (o i. great dogree. Ihe fact should not bo overlooked hnt Attell will be giving away many pounds. This sacrlflco ot uvolrdu pols hasnotmndomuchdlrferont-eav.-pols has not made much dUTeronco to Attell In his many buttles with lightweights who wore outclassed iib to cleverness. Welsh, however, standa as tho cleverest boy, barring Attoll, over seen hereabouts. Ills stamla Is su perb and his footwork good. o NO TREATY MADE WITH JAPANESE H'tiltcil Press lowed lre Toklo, Japan, Nov. 21. Thnt tho rumors from Washington, D. C. ' that tho American stnte department and the Jnpnnoso ministers are con cluding an agreement relative to the ntt'lud that Ame-lea will tnkv on the Mauchurrlnn question nre (un founded and ridiculous, Is tho state ment made today by Thomas J. O'Brien, American ambassador to Japan In an Interview with u repre sentative of the United Press. Ambassador O'Drlon stilted that It must be admitted that Japan has an tnlluuuce In Manchuria that entltlos th's nation to a special claim. Tho conventloiiH nlrendy In force botweon Japan and Uu sla and Japan and Franco, ho said, assure ponce In tho Orient nnd make tho signing -of an agreement with America uniieces-nary. 2 '." KETCHEL AND WOLVES KILL GAME AND INDIANS STARVE Vancouver, I). C, Nov. 21. Wolves in larg? numbers nro killing gnmo off so fast, thereby depriving tho northern Indians of their usual means of procuring food, thnt GOO redskins near Fort George aro report ed to be on the verge of starvation. Tho wolvos have killed all the gnmo thero was, so that during the past few weeks the native) have boon unable to kill or trap anything with which to bnrtor for food with the traders. Tho first snow three wwks found tho Indians without food. Tho situation has become so alarming that It Is probable the Dominion govern ment will suppl food. OREGON PEOPLE GR0WI U WISE " number of them aro now using AM.K.VS BOSTON "l' lUti;l) FLOUIt. Th peoplo of New Hnglnnd have lived w 1"- Fj'h Pure Foods for o 'or a hundrod yoars These goods are i lu packages nnd In 10 and 25 pound sacks, and nro for !'" ' Ui FIHST CLASS GKOCEHS. An I N & LEWIS, Portlan Distributors for Orogon. ALLEN'S B. B. P. FWUR COMPANY l' f.c 0ast Flu.torj.f Sun Jo8t.f Caj, PAPKE BIH fUnlii'-l 'y l.on d Wire.) (By Wllllo Jncobs.) San Francisco, Nov. 21. After resting for a dny, Kotchel hii-i Pnpko nro bnck nt tho grind again, tanking thing hum nnd nre busy In their respoctlvo gyms. Kotohol spent yoMordny In nutolng about town, wlillo 'Pnpko had the time of his life playing with n new brood o' llttlo chicks just Incubator-hntched i at farmor Morris Lovy's ranch. Hnth hMsklo8 fcol full of life and Klngur after tholr short vacation. Kotchol plans to mnko tomorrow n big day. During the week his train ing camp ha boon swampod with visitor and It is thought thnt tomor row Mlllofs Coltnn rowirt will ho J n mined to overflowing ICetchol's work on tho morrow will conslit thousands Haye Kidney Trouble and Neyer Suspect it.; l'rvmlriicr "t KlilnT DImi'. ( Most fjlc do n't rcalie the a!arw g increase anu reiiiarK.u'ie prcv.i.jr WliilekidncydiC' orders are the A Nurse's Story If you aro a suffeivr from headache, neuralgia, or pain from any cause you should rea'd the. fol lowing loiter from a nurse. "For omtlin I have felt It my duty to wtlie you. I wns linvtre inv doctor twlro eiry we, fnr jiemt nche. ll ho did for me wns to clvo fomrthlnir to ease the r.ln. 8omi tlinej tho tain was K orxoro that 1 rouM not npi.iK, and innnhwrH of my ramlly stoml oer in and navo mo medicine etry nftoen mlnuK-a until '. was rrllevr rt. A nainplo of It. Mile" Antl-Pntn T-lln fell Into my hand. I rend the ctnitir very cnrcnilly, nnd round my ci.no described exactly. Tho iiext tlmo mv head beirnn to ncho I took the Vna PIII acconllns to dl rectlons nnd I felt 1 wis nottlnif better, o I sent to the druEglsi ror a box nnd took them until I vran o much better thnt I wna nbout tho house nil tho Afternoon. I have not nnd n (''--y for hendnrhe ilnee. hen he m. me eouictlmo nfter he wanted to know how I wns, nnd I told lilm what I hnd dono. nnd ho replied, "if you have found nnythlng that will help you. stick to It;" nnd bo I have. Iiclng n nurso I liavo recommended tlicm to a.rent mnny grntcful people. Ono enso I will mention. I aaw n doc tor ko to a. nclalibor every vreek for months bccnuo alio hnd audi awful hendnchen; but for n long tlmo I dared not BUKpost nnythlnB to her. One dny 1 met her nnd I pnvo her n half n box of Antl-Pnln Plus nnd Bho used them nnd tins hnd no doctor since. Bho snys they nro a rreit blcsslna to her and Bnld. "why didn't you tell me about them before" I could tell you of many nlmli.tr rnxeV .. Mi3B josjspniNn noim. 170 W. dencseo St., Auburn, N. T. Dr. Miles Anll-Pln Pllli are told by your druaalit, who will nunrantee that the first package will benefit. If It falls, he will return your money. 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind mostly of boxing, nil over labor be ing proportionately cut down. Ho will do the last of hi sglovo work on Monday, which will be tho Inst day nt h'n quarters. Pnpke will alo put on a big show tomorrow, nfter which ho will storo the heavy mitts In hl trunk nnd cut tho rough atnf for tho balance of the trnlnlng siege. Ho will box six rounds with "LUtlo Alfred" Kauf man besides going down tho lino on tho usual run of Indoor exorcise. INTERVIEW WITH KAISERCORRECT London Nov 21. A story printed h'T" todiiv to (he effect that the story of Dr. Haynrd Halo's Interview wlln Kulsor Wtlliul timn board thu lin porlal yacht Hohouzollorii told yes topdut ls correct Jiaj. ndded tojlto senautTon enwu-d In tllplomalle cir clet! by thu alleged outburst of thu Oermuti ompuior. The atory says thnt Dr. Ilnle vUIi"d the kaiser with the Intention of writ Ing uu nrllclo on his dally life and that the famous Intorvfew camu as un unexpected surprise. It Is stated that Dr. Halo went from llurgun to llrtiHaels whoro he stayed nt tho Motel Dollevuo and thoro made us accurate notes as It was posslblo for him to mnko with tho kulsor'H words still In his mind. The story nays that tho kalsor's In terview with Dr. Halo hnd been edict ed by the Oeriiiiin foreign olllro nnd would have been perfectly harmloKH had not tho kaiser given n representa tive of tho London Telegraph nn in terview that creato tin world wld. sonsntlon. Tho Btory printed hero sttys thnt tho notes mndo by Dr. Halo on his In terview nro In tho possession of tho Honrst bureau hero. o Treasury Ktiilenieiit. Washington, D. C. Nov. 21. -The tronsury statoincnt today ahewfi: Itocelpts. IS.min.088. DIsburwuKMita. Ji. 870.000. BARR'SWELERS THE GifT SHOP The difference between Barr's Shop and others is that we make a "specialty" of everything we do, and way back in the beginning we determined to make this the "C'ft shop" -the mecca for seekers after modish jewelry, silver and glass. Rirf hrloMc ant tAnrlrlinne nvn -iliioio nnllinrt nnminrl uiiuiuuja unu uuuiiiijo aiM aivvajo luumy tuuuiiu, l nnH thn ctnnl hoc of thi'p timn thVt orlrtnrl hiKn n( lUn complete holiday showing, j;. Why not number yourself among those who came, I saw, and bought? BARR'S JEWELERS I come of tho Ynle-Hurvard footbnll United States Attorney A. P. Dlnclc game this afternoon. It In estimated conducted tho cases for tho govern that beforo the game Is called, ovor inent. Tho lino for each conviction a million dollars will have boon Is from SI 00 to SG00, placed. In bovoii cases tho roads woro In ono place nlono 120,000 hns blocked by Hoods last February nnd been Ktnkod on tho gamo on eaoh In threo cases whoro thoro woro side, making u total of rJ0,000. H Hoods lrit March, tho Jury guvo tho Is Btnted that ovor $300,000 will railroad tho benollt of tho doubt, change hands In this city alone. I In ono of thu ensus on which a cons Most of tho monoy lius been put vlctlon wob secured, It wns shown?5 nt oven terms. Ynlo men have not that tho railroad company had kept n given odds while Harvard men Imvo cattlo train watting nt tho Molo four given us high iib 8 to G. hoimi whllo tho furry boat carried : hi :. 'over tho prlvnto car of uu olllclal. .pC. . - j Thoro was plenty of room on tho " 1 J'-'V j furry boat for both Ibo cattlo train Thutrn aicsiifa-J;in;t'rv inml th0 i,rlvn,u L,r l" Uto car mi , , , , " 'llio right or way arc full-lH)iioni U'.ilch-. I men. There isn't' nervous prostration in Holland.... , much .BILL TO DO AWAY Wl I H CURB BROKERS j . .- .. . ' Your ctectr returns rour none, II you don't Ilk Schllllat 's Dcili wt psr bin .ESPEE FINED FOR NEGLECTING CATTLE San I'Viiiu'Ihiki, Nov. 21, Coploa or u bill ifiiNlgnuU lo keep "fakers" and "rihiirka" out of tho real estnto business which will lie presented lit tliv Howilon of thu next state Ieglsla turo, aro being sent to nil responsible real uatute dualoiH throughout Cali fornia by tho State Koalty Federa tion. Tho bill was prepared by Do- (Uliltril I'rvus Leaned Wire.) will II. (Iniy of Krosuo. uhulruutn ot San Francisco, Nov. 21. -Tho, the loKlslntlvo commlttuu nml formi.p Kouthern Paclllo company today faues president of the Koalty Fodoratlon. it lino or $5000 following Ita eonvlo- Tho tloslrod law, If pnssod, will lion boforo Fedornl Juilga Vim Fluot imiko It it misdemeanor for nnyono yostorduy on tun ohnrgOH of violating to ongago as a real estate agent with thu law providing that cattlo shall bo watered and rested nt proscribed in tervals during their trituumlsslou by, railroads. The government brought suits oti charges of twenty-two alleged viola tions of tliv law but withdrew two of them because they failed to make out cases. Convictions wore secured on ton of tho remaining ones. Assistant Sail WITNESS AGAINST TREADWELL IS DEAD Mi New and Secondhand Goods Bought and . Sold UKOJNg'BgraS .FOR SAPUo. HI . Itoth in Good Itepulr. ' cas, Price paia for geroad-haiul goods. 0. L McPeck 17!f most cutnmon diseases tlul pre vail, they ar almost the hist recognized b patient and pi')' siciaiis, kAo tf.nt thtmttlttt ith doctoring the ffecli, while the rty .K.J dituue undermines the itcm. What To o. There is comfort In the knowledge so iflcti expressed, that Dr. Kilmers JHSmp-KOOl, llic gicui kihiii;, .W...W.;, ulfills every wish in curing rheumatism m in the back, kidneys, lucr, bladder ud every part of the urinary nasMge . ,..,,.. i.miiiiltv tn hold water .tul scalding Ji In passing U, or Ud iTects following use of liquor, wine or ..er, and overcomes that unpleasant lie tssity of being comielled to go often ..rinj; the clay, and to get up many niies during the night. The niiM iid ,ic extraonflnary effect of Swamp-Root s soon realized. It stands the highest or its wonderful cures of the most .cssiuK cases. If you need a ! on should have the best. Sold bv drug, -istsin fifty-cent and one-dollar sues. you may nave a "ij. "r ' Kok tuai lens an Jwutlt.lJOthsentfree v tnail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., King- . v ' TI'Iikii laimuii, . . "- , ., .ritiiig inrntion tms paper aim u"" ...le any mistake, )M remember the . .me. "Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Root, and I IIIM. ss5"l 4BLjAZ37 HooMff t"p-K-- fPiiltMl Tress fasM Wire. San Francisco, Nov. 21. Prepara tions nro being completed today for tho funeral of Hrodlo M. Hmdford. thu former confidential agent of Jus Treadwcill awaiting trial on- charge outgrowing the failure of tljo Cali fornia Safe. Dsposlt & Trust Com puny. Bradford was ono of tho moat Im portant witness during tho grand jury Into tho wreck or the Instltu tlon. It was expected that ho would bo an Important wltnoss against Treadwoll whon tho bankor comes to trial on ono of tho sovoral Indict ments pending against him. Bradford died yestordny nflor r month's Illness. Funeral service will bo held tonight and the Inter ment will take place nt San Joso. Bradford -was a native of Now Brtinx vlck and was 48 years old. Tho Badgo of Honesty Is on every wrapper of Doctor Plnrce'i Golden Medical I)lcovury because a full list of thn Ingredients composing It i printed thero In plain Kugllsh. Kortj years of experience has proven Its su porloi worth as a blood purifier and In vigors I lri(f lonlo for thn cure of stomach disorder and all liver Ills. It builds up the run dwu ayslom as no other tonic can If v, hleh nlrohol Is used. The uctlvo niodlr Irml prluettiles of native tootn sueh (iuldnn fcwui nnd Qucen'a root, Stone an i Maiulraku root, Illuodroot and !;;. -Cliorrybark aro extracted and prwirv by the use of chemically pure, triple retlned glycerine. Send to Dr. It. V. IMcr st Buffalo, N Y., forrce booklot wbiJj quotes extracts from welbrocogulzcid med ical authorities such as Drs. Ilarthnlow, Kins. Scuditcp. Coo. Klllnswood and t host of oilit-j, showing that theso roots nded upon for their curative weak states of tlie stomarn, y Indigestion or oyspups's bilious or II vercomploi.-.tr rastlng diseases" where tier" and gradual running down trength and system. The "Onliten Mrdlral DIscoverT'inakf out obtaining a llcunso from tho statu and without tiling n bond for not less than $5000 foi tho honoit of persona with whom thu agent may deal. The measure Is aimed to chock the work or brokorngo firms that spring up whon sales and Invest ments become brisk. It will also pro tect jho real estate friituriilty from unjust erasure when a "curb" llrm Is exposed GOBBLERS' PRICE GOES SKYWARD can bo (low action It all accompanied v as well f si irvfcll and njn Is losyfirnesh ortls fUn'tod ProB Loasod Wlro.) Kan Frnnelsco, Nov. 21. Ab tho day upproao.'Kw whu thoro will bo n grand march from thu barnyard to tho TliankiHSlvIiiK tubk, tho turkey uiarkat ih HMiimsd nn air of tin- (ovrtaliity aad It Is stated horo today 'that the Pacific const prlco will bo Ins. high as 30 cents a pound drossod. What tho birds will bring on tho claw Ii n matter or much doubt. Tho prlco now Is 28c n pound for tho droimed bird and charitable or ganizations nro making arrangement; for purchasing turkeys for tholr dln nora o tho poor boforo tho prlco goB higher. -o MILLION BET ON YALE-HARVARD GAME fTTnlred Pres Leased Wlro.) Now Haven, Conn., Nov. 2.1. All Vetting records have been beaten In ho wagering of money on tho out- len MFillral l)lvoverv"rnikf rjrh, oifw tifootl ami so " liivlgorates mfj ri-RUinif int.- suunacii. liver ami inw, and. , through them., tho whnjw fyt"m. Thus all skin arTectlons, blotches, plrnplft and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel ling and old open running sores or ulcer are cured and healed. In treating old running sores, or ulcers, It U well to In sure tholr healing to apply to them I)r Pierce's All-IIcallng Salve. If yourdrig gist don't happen to have this Salvo r. stock, send fifty-four cents In postagi stamps to Dr. It. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo. 11 Y., am a large box of the "All-Healing Salvo will roach you by return post. You can't afford to acwpt a secret no trum as asubsUtute for this non-a.' .!.oi:c medicine ov KKovrit coupositiow, not even though tbe urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta regulaU and Invigorate stomarh, livnrand Uihi'Is. Bugar-coaUU, Uuy grauulw, aaay U Uks uctadr. Threo Klllctl la Collision. (United Prosa Leanod Wlro. I Toledo, O., Nov. 21. Throo men woro killed and one badly Injured In a collision between freight trains on tho Ann Arbor railroad near Lake land, Mich. Tho collision Is said to hayo boon caused by a tylstako In signals Ono of the freight trains, It la believed, ran past a signal following u chungo In orders. Both train woro badly piled up. Tho dead taken from the debrlt are: And row Ofegan, fireman, Tole do. Ohio; William Ryan, engineer, Owosao, Mich.: fireman, namo un known. Tho injured: M. Draper, engineer. ihe address, Btnghamtou, ii, . J