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tMibr-cAPr.-j, journal, salkm, qrbqon. Saturday, KoviamwR 21, ioos.
pauldin ging Co. im If you are one of Salem's SOO who will build houses 'this coming year we want to give you estimates tock and Best Fir Lumber ri Willamette Valley to Select From argest S iFFICES FERRY AND FRONT TELEPHONE MAIN 88 REE GARAGES TO BE BUILT IN SALEM San Francisco, Nov. 21. 'Open war between the Postal and tho (United Press Leased Wire.) he street paving in Sulom luisl which relatives and friends are lo I .. . I...-I lOUtOll. nmrpn nmv n uuiuiiizii lu iiuai-. i ! .1 AlihmiL'li tlin nvnnt locution of thu. ri.,(A it.,i., Tin..rni, .nmnnnlna hKMie.nll but th promotors of " " ,, - "" .vb.,... ...-. C 1 ri-,, t.H.lmr hood aid,,,raPHL'11 BUl'"Ke8 '" m,1 l"1011' "l0 'which has been browing for some buret an also taking licod, nud (COPnol. oll Wlilch Htood the Francis, , , , , , , , V, t . . Hitw linu lintm rlnnlnrnil in tlin rrwirttt most 'i. uar or thuso arc me Hvcry stable at tho intoraoctlon of TELEGRAPH COMPAMES FIGHTING FOR CONTROL State and Front streets is a probable spat upon which one of iho buildings will lie orocted. .lack Peterson, who is widely known in this city and Portland as being an enthusiastic nu- olst and financier, Is tho promoter tomoblle a. i nts inforuiu'i. ii lias como to Tho Jour- frnin u Bourse that can readily belled upjn. hat within tho next t or six nun .hs throe garages will Efonstinc'cd, or rented, In some E-lf.H 1...II . - ttl tlm iltt t wt UUUB UIU1 I" III II1U- toUJ itldl I . It orders are bdng filled for mu-liunior going nuout. Inrs of tho I) st make from the It'ia nsjd h'i (The seal upon whlah those pro- pod sir -i will bo constructed Is tint i f 1 cimmon nuto llvory pplng I i , Mich as Is tho enso most clti j wlioie the automobile time, has been doclnrod In tho courts hero and it Is stated today by thoso who are Hi a position to know that the two compan'cs are In the strug gle for tho poBCB3lon of territory In the United States and Moxlco now partly controlled by both concorns. 'Oisi auu uuaucior, is uie prummur - - - ... ,., , ., . . , ,, , . .... , 'It is asserted that neither company t tin orftab Ishment, according to.,' " v' v , ' ; hm Kn tmitmit umI m nnvr Iilntr nisi The old Shields Park property at the lntorsoctlon of Center and Com mercial struots Is another situation on which will probably bo built an nuto factory.' Tho promoter of this will bo content with anything olso thnu the nbioluto eliminating of tho opposing compnny from tho dis puted territory. The trouhlo wns brought to n foc us yestordny through the granting imitleiiliir carnuo Is not known thus by Judgo Srnwoll of a tomporary In 'r but from tho moagor Informa- Junction to rontraln tho Postal com - . ... I . i ... .,.- -. i.i in .. ' in., i.nt tlm lmHlmiHK lion Blned, tho man who Is to no irony irom ro-oaiing iiiohmkiw i "t IMIt UIB HlfIMImi .-.-.- w . , 1 . . . 1 .... It. (3 i i ' II not take cars lu for the occupant nns neon a goon imui -tlon alono, but cars' years In the business, and thorough .1.1 will im at tho sar-'ly understands tho bundling of autos, i iUIc for biro at any! A prominent automobile man of t ' r' il' F . M r fc" rf h Ij ( -l I' ll lii.iffeurM will be om- iiugos for thu pur- nhitlug those who i few hoars' lido jitiv in h IiIk touring Brc. i i .i mit ui'H will also bo m S'.v f. . i 'ni'i'ttttnev nrdnrs. such dieoa t iu aeMdonts or n bo- N l' i" to trains, olo. With tti tin -1 o stivlco lu tho city ono pi I' f J"d with the moans of F -. ''ithing districts, not WF- I .llinada In n lllfiHt iiifv'f n njior. With tho three "Ks nt for cars will bo very P50" ..d tiiirlitU tho Biimmor on'hs wl- -, the livery business In fi rp., . , mKoHto(l, as has been P' r Jul pni'AL'finrxio nvn ar PicaP i ,.fun rfn automobllo' P'l be Utm '( sMiinnlilv Horvlnai.liln to f Sa' r r ii.Ho who frequont such wees as S' i Creek folia. Ilrelten- pb and ) - many small towns in aeattle whs In the city some time ago Inuwtlgullug mo euy in iuu hopes of securing a location In which to Install nocownry machinery for an automobile garage; whothor or not ho HiictfsMrtUJ In obtaining a suitable place has not been lenrnod, but from tho Information ulvon out by him whllo In the city, his Intontions aro to make n pormanont location hero In connuctlon with his many auto es tablishments throughout Oregon and Washington. John Mauror, the maclilnlht. Is snowed undor with work continually end ho employes a good sized force of oxporlonced machinists. His es tablishment contains from two to ton machines all the time which aro In need of repairs, and the transient machines can always bo found In his building, notwithstanding the fact he does not profess to bo a regular gar age conductor. Spray, Windmill Power and Hand Pumps colvod from tho Wotorn Union for trnnsmUslon ovor tho Postal cablet Wherever tho Postnl lins been re ceiving thoso inossagort nt rabl terminals, it hn been making an extra chargo of $1 a word or I 5 n nieMago. The Injunction restrain"' In. Postal from collecting the nddl- tlonnl chnrBe until the whole mat tor enn bo throshod out In the courts. In the ineant'ino .the Western Union Is rodntlng all message re ceived from 4ho Portal for Moxlco, In which Wo item Union has tho ex clusive telegraph rights by contract with the Moxlcnn govornment An additional chargo made for theso messages nud tho "Wcetcrn Union lias also refused to nccopt Postal cable mciRngcs for an Inland town unless tho Postnl delivers theso message to It nt tho point whore ihoy wo recolvod In tho United Statcn. The attorneys for the Postal com pany justify tho rodntlng of West ern Union uieKsngcn for transmission by cable by tho statement thai Milieus they be ro-duted, the Postnl com pany would become responsible to the persons to whom they aro nd dres od In foreign countries for de lays that may occur on Western Union wlroa. Tho Postal peoplp say that If they pay tho coat of trans mission of cable mossngoi from the point whore thsy aro recolvod In tho Uultod Stutss to tho plnco whore they aro dellvdrod to the Western Union, tho latter company has no iIkIii to complain or demand that It shall gK ho oxtw toll. Tho expansion of the two big tel egrnph companies hns touched n point whore they are reaching our for the Hiimo territory and It Is pre IHud todny that tho litigation b gun ln San KrutieliNO will extond to all parVs of tho United Slut. The Wositra Union Is entrenched In Mexico through Its oxoluslvo con- irncit with Diaz's govornment and It has tho excliwlvo light to use South ern Pao'flc polo and wires. The Postnl compiiny. on the othw. hand, has cablos across both oceans and Is parallelling tin- wires of the Western Union In many part tof tho Wostei ii Union In many parts of th United States. jn. For all kinds of work. Spray, garden, lawn and suction hose. The bet and the cheap est, Falrbauks engines and lawn sprinklers, metal and wood tanks. Get some of our Grapha lastlc Paint for old or new tin roofs. Guaranteed for six years. Chase & Skaif e 198 State St. HAMMERSTEIN SUED FOR BROKEN PROMISE Now York. Nov. 21. -Just at the beginning of his douul- season here and in Philadelphia. Oscar llammer stelu faces a suit for 1100.000 to dny. The suit wns brought by Miss Francis l.oo for nlloged broach of contrsot and It Is oxpooted that some of the doings of tho "inlmlc world" will bo brought to light, as Miss Let says she will Introduce Jotters of en dearment written to hor by Hie Im prossario. Miss Leo. who was heralded as "Tho Toxns Patti" claims in her suit that Hammerstoln promlsod to mako hor a grand opora star and failed to do so. Sho snys that she has been cornpolled to sing in amatour pro ductions becnuse Hammersteln did ,. in hor with his companies and 'after spending ten yoars preparing !for her promised career with llani I . . ..l w. rAVPnllf) , mersttin rno is bviumb " 'ttit of her voice. I Miss Lee came hero from Texas I n.. nt h tatters twelve years au. w w. ...- from Hammersteln sho says sho will introduce in the case, ends as fol fel fol eows: , "I am counting on tho days when I have you Jn my arms again, the only woman In the world I adore." It Is signed "Owcar." H Missouri went for Taft by 1200 Hallways are beginning to ibPtl tute tolephone for te'egraph Instru ments for train ill patching. Loss of SLEEP Body and brain need sufficient peaceful sleep each night to repair tho waste caused uy tho physical and mental exertions of the day. Broken rest brinps on headache, despondency, ir ritability and nerve exhaustion. When the nerve forco is low, eeeAamtt mq invaluable as an aid to re new the supply of health-producing: elements. They act favorably upon the digestivo organs, throw off impurities from the blood, and restore the vital energies. Beecham's Pills relieve congestion, dispel brain-fag, quiet the over wrought nerves, and Bring Sweet REPOSE SeU EtmtW. b Usm 10c a4 Ms Alexander Dnlrymplo waa found guilty nt Tho Dallos ycetordny ot manslaughter for killing Los Pnt nam Inst June. How. Is Yoir rdgrtlon. Mrs. Mary Oowltnr of No. 288. 8th Ave., Ban Francisco, recomraendH a rcaicay ror stomncn iroumo. aim bvr "Omtltudn for the wondor.'i:! effect of Blectrle Hit tors In n cao of ncuto Indigestion, piomptR this testi monial. I am iiiuy convincou iiini for stomach nnd llvor troubles 131ec trie Dlttors Is tho best romody on tho market todny." This great tonic and nltorntlre medicine Inv goratcs the system, purities tho blood nnd Is espe cially helpful In nil for inn of fomalo wenknosB, GOc nt J. C. Perry's drug store. . - o- Tho ro.'.T,nnl7.ntlon of the Wcit lnghnuo Interests, which ifnfllod ovor a year ago, has begun and will start business again with ft $12,000, 000 cnpltnl. French cruisers have boert !Ht to S. Pierre, the Island off NewfoMal liind which recently declared Itsolf b favoring annexation to the VbH4 Stnton. Mhsil Vonr IlHslncNit If you don't nobody will. It to your bunlncsi to keep out ot all the troitbln you enn nnd ymt can and wlH , keep out of llvor nnd bono! trottbta u you inao ur. Kings now l.u mm. They keep blllounuoen, malaria a4 jniiudlcu out of your syBtooi, Kc at J, C. Perry's drug store. Tho forgorliM of Peter Van Vllwt lugon grows dully with the Investli gntlon, tho bogus trnnsaettoM tka far totn'llng $1,530,423. Try Kodol todny on our guarnnteo. Tnko It for ft little whllo, us that ' all you will nood to tnko. Kodoldl gosts what you cat and mnkos tho Btomnch swoet. Sold by nil drug- KM"- Use DsWItt's Cnrbollcd Witch Hazel Snlvi- It la henilng, cooling and cleansing. It Is especially gootl for piles. Sold by nil druggists. . o I Five hundred squnro mlloa" or graklng land near Ituswell, I. T., has been swept by prnlrlo Area, whlca ire v PI burn ng. IloWltt's Llttlo Ktirly Risers, the famous llttlo liver pills. Sold by all druggists f ABPnKteSfPQwU I yr77v4nHJ Monday's Special Thanksgiving Sale of Rich Cut Glass Monday Toilet Specials Hegular 50c Cumelllne. Monday g'jc Itegulur CO Cremo de Camella, Monday 33Cl itegular GOo Wisdom's llouariinti. ionday 33C vogular GOc Dlokoy's Oreme do Lis, Monday 33c Rogular 25c Kspoy'a Crei) l, Monday, two for 25C Hegular 25c Holmes' Frostllla, Mon day, two for 25C Hegular 35c Java Hlz Powder, Mon day 25c Regular 25c Satin Skin Powder, Monday - 17C Regular 25c Swansdown Powder, Monday 9C Rogular GOc La Dlanche Powder,. Monday 33q Regular 60c Powoul's Powder, Monday 33C Regular 26c Monnen's Talcum Pow der, Monday, two for 25C Brush Specials Urushus. Monday S2.39 25c Tooth UniHliuH, Monday jgc due Ladlea Dressing Combs, Mon day 43c !5c Oontlonion'B Combs, Monday "Jq 1 Rubber Goods Hg. 17G 2-qi. Watui Holtlo, Monday $1.59 Reg. f2.00 3-nt. Water Uottlo, Monday SI .69 Reg. f2.00 3it. Combination Water Uottlo and Syringe Monday $1 88 Reg. 12.50 4-ijt. Combination Waier Uottlo and Syringe Monday $1.9Q Regular 26c Infant Rattles, Mon day y13c Regular 25c Complexion IJrnshea, Monday .Qg Rogular 60o Rubber Sponges, Mon day . . 23o Demand Andrew Jergan's Toilet S Glycerine, cako -"3o Oat Meal, cako 3q Klder Flower, cako 3q Transparent Olycfcrlno, cako 3(j Crab-apple, cako 3q $1.26 Hair Brushes, Monday. .IAq Crab-apple, cako ,-Jq Regular $3.00 Sanitary Military HalA box of 0 cakes, assorfd odors 25q i i YOtea.