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DAILY CAPITAL jTOURNAL, SALEM, ORBGON, TUJ80PAY, MARCH 1, 18.
r r - -r T A ,. C w C nave you ever worn a ting Tailored Waist? If nol, you cannot reallzo the unerring Bmnrtness, the distinct ive style, the perfect fl and the, unusunl Comfort that they be stow on the wearer. King Tailored Waists Ii.vp been worn by well dressad women for many years. They realize thoy know that the King Waist has a smnrtuess of style nnd a perfection of fit, totally absent In ordinary waists. King Waists are strictly tailored. The bosoms are made good nnd full nnd the sleeves aro cut In tho latest dlroctoire, mode. "Most of. the fabrics used aro Imported nnd ninny 'of tho beauti ful patterns shown ro exclusive with King Waists. Every detail of fabric and finish Is 60 correctly done thnt no amount of laun dering or wonr can affect their style, shape and fit. Every King Waist comes to you hand-laundered nnd pneked In an Individual box. In buying waists, be sure to loorc for the "King" lnbel. TIMKEN GETS OUT OF SAN DIEGO United Press I.ciucd Wire.) San Dlogo, Cal., March 1C. Honry Tlnikon, aged 78, who died nt tho Van Nuys hotel nt Los Angeles early today was ouo of the wonlthlost resi dents of San Dlogo. He had boon ill but a short timo. Tlmkcn had been a resldont of San Diego for many years. Hu was n heavy owner of real estnto hero nnd ut tho time of his death had a ton story concrete building undor con struction. Ho was formerly a resi dent of Canton, O., wliero ho owned n plnnt Avhcro Tlmkcn rolled bearings, which aro used in nil automobiles manufactured in this country, nnd where Tlmkon buggy springs wero manufactured, lie was tho Inventor of both appliances. Ho leaves two sons nnd two daugh ters. His daughters woro with him at the time of his denth. ENGLAND ADMITS FEAR OF GERMANY United Press Leased Wire. London, March 1C. Tho cabinet today admitted that the fear of a grant Incronso In Germany's naval armament was bohlnd Its domuud for an Increased amount of naval appro priations for the English navy. Financial Socrotary McKonna do clarod thnt England could not afford to run tho risk of bolng outstripped by Germany In naval supromncy. Ha mid that the admiralty must be In tho position to rush orders for tho do livery of four more big battleships In 1912. MoKounn also said that Hnglnnd proposod to lay tho keola of two ships of the Droadnnught class In July and two more of tho samo class In Nevember: that ho wanted tho construction of four othors author ized and tho uinds neceaeary there for provided. ANYWAY, THEY LET THE BOYS FISH (United rM rkied Wire, Sacramento. March 16. Tho bill by Senator Willis making It unlaw ful for sportsmen to fish with hook nnd lino for any of the protected fish of this state went from th assembly to Governor Glllott today. The pro visions of the proposed law are made a part of the act requiring persons to geouro hunting licensor, which was passed two tears ago. Under the Willis bill ono license will permit the holder of the same to hunt and fish. BeoaHte of a general plea .for the email bay. which was made to tho legislature early In the session, per tone under the age of 1-i- yours arc MM required to secure a license. During the fiscal year whioh ended jHly 1. 190b. th? state collected In aaating license feee a sum that ex ceeded $9i.00 The new law will decidedly Increase the amount of rev enue from this source. Does not Color the Hair AVer's Hair Vigor is composed of 2S&&3ttfiti. Show thlt to your doctor. Ak him if there U a single injurious Ingredient. AV Ua if he think Ayer Hair Vigor, a made from this formula. U the bet prepa ration you could lac fox falling hair, or for dandruff. Let him decide. He know. ' . . GREEKS MEET AMERICANS ICulted I'reii Leased Wire. Ogdon, Utah, March 16. A bloody riot, In which scoros of Amorlcnn worklngmen and Crook lnborors woro Injured occurred today whou a Greek attempted to becomo ono of a group of Amorlcnn structural iron work ers who woro posing boforo n cetu ora. When tho Greek wns thrown out of tho path of the lenso ho became nbuslvo and a fight followed. Soon workmen of both nationalities JoIuhJ In tho fray. When tho Grooks wero worsted It wns found that roorp than 30 on both sides woro Injured. Nouo will dlo. . o , . '. TARIFF BILL IS HELD UP BRIEFLY I United Press Leased Wire. Washington. March 10. Ropro Huntntivo Fnyn'o of Now York do elded not to introduce tho tariff bill until after the appolntmout of tho new Republican mombor of the ways and means commlttoo to succoed for mer Representative llonymge of Colo rado. It Is deemed proper by Payne to show tho bill to Donyngo'H succo- or before presenting It as thu com mittee measure. At noon today It was not believed that thu bill would bo roKrtd from tho committee until tomorrow. "My thrco year old boy was badly constipated, had a nigh fever and wns In awful condition. I gavo him two doses of Foloy's Orlno Laxative nnd the next morning tho fever was gone nnd ho was entirely well. Foley's Orluo Lnxativo saved his life." A. Wolkush, Cnslmor, Wis. J. C. Pony. J. C. YOUNG PORTLAND'S NEW POSTMASTER United l're Leaned Wlre.l Washington, Maroh 16. The sen- Late this afternoon confirmed tho nomination of John C. Young, post master at Portland. Oregou. Simple Remedy for La Grippe. La grippe coughs nr dangerous as they frequently develop into pneu monia. Foley's Honey nnd, Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs so that no se rious results need bo feared. The genuine Foloy's Honey and Tar con tains no harmful drugs and Is In a yellow paokage. Refuse substitutes. J. C. Perry. Broke World' Record, t Unit to lrtJ Leued Wire. IMtUjlwrg. Maroh 1C Mrfi. M. Kern and her daughter Miss Bertie Kern of St Louie, broke the world's women's reeord by scoring 1024 point in the howling longree held here today The team rword was held heretofore b Mrs Hull and Mrs RosVopf of Chicago. CITY COUNCIL DOES THE DRUG STORES WILL HAVE TO PAY Mr. Presnnl), of the license com mittee, reported that tho ordinance requiring druggists to pay a $200 per year liquor license was not being en forced. Me said Dr. Stono and tho Red Front drug storo had beon the only druggists to over obey tho or dinance, and that thoy had each tak en onit one license, and ho moved that the chief of pollco bo ordered to enforce the ordinance requiring drug stores handling liquor In original packages, or In any mnnnor, aside from prescriptions on a registered physician's license to pay tho city li cense. Ho said, by not enforcing tho license, tho city was losing $1400 n yenr revenue, which was very much needid. The mayor said it was use less to adopt such motions, aB It was already the duty of tho mayor and city attorney to enforco tho laws of the city, and they should do so n the ense of drug stores, tho samo ns in nny other Jlno of law violation.. The matter wont ovor without furth er action by tho council, but n test will probably bo mndo up to seo If THE MARKETS SAX FRANCISCO MARKETS. San Francisco Markets. Snn Francisco, Mnrch 13. Whoat, No. 1 California club, per cental, $1.SS& 1.96: California white mill lug, f 1.95 ft 2.05; northorn bluostom $2.05(0 2,16; off grades whoat, $1.80 (& 1.90; reds, $1,85 01.00. Barley Feed barloy, $1.42 $1.4G; common to fnir, $1.36 1.40; brewing nt San Frnnclsco, nominal, at $1.45(0 1.50; chevalier, $1.50 1.60, according to quality. Eggs Por dozon, California fresh, Including casos, extras, 33c; firsts, 21 'c; seconds, 21c; thirds, 20c. Batter Per pound, California fresh, extras, 32 c; first, 32o; bov onds, 31c. Now cheese Per pound, California flats, fancy, 15c; firsts, lie; seconds, 12c; California Young America fancy IGc; firsts, 1414c; onatoru Now York, cheddnrti, fancy, llftc, Oregon flats, fancy, IGc; do Young Amorlcn, lC'i. Potatoes Por contnl, Enrly Roso, $2: river whltos, fancy, $1.35 1. GO; Lompoc -urbanks, $1. 85(0)2; do 8n llnns. $2 02.10; do Oregon, $1.75 1.90; sood potntoos, por contnl, $1.50 0 S. as to variety; sweet potatoes, por crate, $1,650 1.75; do por saok, $l.b0. Onion Per sncH. Oregon, $1.75 02 00. Orange Por box, navels, stand ard. $1.25 2; fancy, $2.26 02.50; Tangerines, por box, $1(81.50; do small boxoB, 6Gc. PORTLAND SLVRICKTS. Wheat 1'rnclc Trices. Club .! ..$1.08 Bluostom ,..$1.20 Turkoy Red - $110 Red Russian $1.05 Vnlloy $1.10 Flour. Patents $5.G5 Straights $4.65 4.80 Exports $4.00 Valley , $5.10 Graham, 1 sack $5.20 Wholewheat $5.40 Rye $5.50 Feed $3000 Oats. No. 1 White $38.00 Gray .,.... $3700 Hay. Wlllametet val ordinary ..$14 16 Mixed $18.00 Eastern Orugon. fancy $17.50 Alfalfa $14015 Olovbr .,,... ., $13 014 . Cheese. P. C. Twlm 1716c R C. Triplets 17V4c, YQung America loc Cream brick .,...,.'.. 30c Swiss block ,, 20c Llmburger ,.1820c MUUtuffs. Bran $26,60026 Middlings $33.00 Shorts, country $29 030' Shorts, olty $30.00 Chop $20:S Efc'K- &lUM'Orgon 2021c Bastn ..15 030c Barley. DrtMcd Meats. Hog, fanoy 9Viloc Hog, ordinary 8 09e SOME STUNTS tho $200 a year drug storo ordlnnncn is law or mere printed mnttor. LITTLE MATTERS BY SALEM COUNCIL Street comraltteo reported favor ably on sldownlk from Twolfth to Fatrmount Park. Tho boulevard conimlttoo asked for time In which to report, and woro granted furthor timo. Tho opening of Pine stroot was re ported favornbly on by tho aldormon of tho fifth wnrd, nnd tho city en gineer was instructed to propnro grades for tho same. Tho North Fourteenth Btrect resi dents, through Alderman Millard, naked for a now brldgo across Mill creek, nnd tho matter was roforrod to th o brldgo committee Tho standing rules of tho city council wero completed nnd ordorod printed with tho chnrtr and ordi nances, nnd nlso 100 copies for the uso of tho members, Tho Court street paving ordlnnnc was put through third rending, and a great many other street improve ments wore pushed nlong. Picnic 10c Hogs, largo 7c Veal, extra 10ll&o Veal, ordinary , 809c Vonl, heavy 7c Mutton, fancy 6 7c Cottngo roll lie Hroakfast 15 021160 Rogular short cloars, Brooked... 13c Ditto, unsmokod 12c Clenr backs, smoked 13c Shoulders lie Poultry. Chickens, mixed 16(3) 15 Vic lions, fancy 15l0o RoOBtcrs, old 10011c Brollora and fryers . . . .226 25c Dressed poultry, 1 cent pound high er. Ducks 2021c Gcesb, llvo 8 9c Turltoys 17 18c Dressod 20 23c Butter. .Fnnoy , 35 30 Choice 30c Storo 18 20c Pntiitfuta. Buying prices, per cwt.. .$1.25 1.35 Sweets, owt $2.75 3 Fresh Fruits. Ornngo $1.75 2.75 Lemons $1.50 j Grnpos, crato $C7 Poors, box 75c$1.00( Cranborrloe, bnrrol . .$14.0016.00 olT'. UpTi ;Vr6J?iBJn Onlons, por cwt $1.25 LG0 Jocnl Retail Market. Wheat, por bu $1.10 Eastern Orogon $1.60 Bran, per sack 95c ShortB, por sack $1. 3501.56 Rolled barley $35 Whent, per bu $1.10 Local Wholesale Market. Wheat, per bushel 90c Onts, por bushel , 50c Flour, hard wheat $5.45 Flour, vnlloy $6.20 Mill feed, shorts $33.50 Mill food, bran $30 Hops, 1908 crop 10c Hops, 1907 crop 23o Chlttlm bark 35c Wool, .nnrso 13c Wool, medium 16c Mobalr 20c Hay, cheat.. $13.00 Hay, clover $12.00 Potatoes, bushel 70 080c Apples, bushel 50c $1.00 Onions, per owt 85 90c Prunes, por pound I VI 4 V6c Cranberries. Howo's variety, bbl $13.00 Butter and L'ggt., Retail. Eggs 25, two for 45c Buttor, oroamory 40c Buttor-fat 36c Chewe, pound 20c "F;om tho Barroom to the Pulpit Is the title of a lecture to be deliv ered at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday.! Probably a very good lecture, but ,uo ought to bo ashamed to make toe. straight trip. I o No falMi pi-ftrnMi has marked the career of Ely's Cream Balm. Bolng entirely harmless. It Is. ot respou- slide like the catarrh snuffs and pow ders, for minds shattered by eooalne. The great virtue of Ely's Oroatu Balm la that It speedily and com- plately overeomea nasal catarrh nod ha fever. Baok of this statement ta the testimony of thousand and a reiwtatlon of many years' buccom. All druggists, SGa, mailed by Ely Br 04 , C U'arron street, New Yorlr. ywiiMiiiiMWiiWfc rfc n .IT YflUL STAND THE TEST If IT IS A Shirting material of every kind costs less this yonr than for mn"ny years punt, and our shirt factory used n higher grndo of fab rics to soil at n certain price than has boon posstblo boforo. Thai's why tho ontlro lino of shirts this season shows such nu Improvement. Our lino of SUMMIT SHIRTS Is now complete. Evorybody who linn looked at MEN'S CLOTHING this season hits been surprised to find thnt thoy can buy stylish pure worsted suits nt prices th.it woro asked for half cotton suits last Spring. Owing to tho deli mo In prlco of men's nulling fab rics It Ih posstblo for us to sell you n better suit for $12 this spring than wo could sell you for $15 u year ngo. All clothing lines are deuldelly cheaper and moro nttoutlon than uBiinl has been paid to tho fit nnd finish nnd general mnko-up of tho garment. The COLLEGE CHAP stylo of young men's suits loaves nothing to bo desired by particular dressers. I Boys' Clothing Re(iilrcH great weni1 resisting nnd tear irstNtliig iualitl(H. That'n tho kind wo curry nnd StoreH can't match our prices. 2 0lir Mm.,, r0M.M ovcry evening nt 5:110 except Saturday, m flWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWIWWWHIWH? FREE PILE CURE - . , nn,onntnitf" tho Merit of pymmUl Pile Cure. Wlmt It Hh Bono for Othei-H.lt Cnu. o f(r Vo1 Wo hnvo tostlmonlnls by tho hun- dredH showing all stngos, klnda und dogroes of piles which have boon cured by Pyramid PUo Curo. if you could road thoso unsolicited lettoru you would no doubt go to tho nearest drug storo und buy a box of Pyramid Pllo Curo at once, prlco fif ty conts. Wo do not ask you to do this. Bend us your unmo and addross and wo will send you a trial paokago by mall frco. Wo know whnt tho trial pnakugo will do. In many casos It has cured piles without furthor treatment, if It proves Its value to you ordor moro from your druggist, at 50c a box. This Is fair, Is It not? Simply nil out free coupon below and mall today. FltKB I'AUKAOK COUPON. Fill out tho blnuk linen bo low with your nnmo and ad dress, out out coupon nnd mail to tho PYRAMID DRUO COM PANY, 164 Pyramid Bldg . Marshall, Mloh. A trial pack ago of tho grout Pyramid Pllo Cure will than hu sent you at onoo by mall. FREE, In plain wrapper. Nutne Stroot City and Stato. Salem lodge of Hlks wants tho elks proteoted, not tho tamo ono bolong- jng t0 the lodgo.-but tho real, genu lnB, magnificent, lordly animals tbemielves. A Pleasant Physic, when you want a pleasant physic givo Chamberlain's Stomach and Llv er TabletB a trial. They aro mild and gontlo In their action, and nl- wayi produco a pleasant cathartlo effect. Call at Dr. Stone's Drug Store for a free scrapie. You'll Find Better Values This Season Than Ever Before In Men's Shirts 5!M tho stylon nro Btrlctly correct. Credit I lew can any person risk tnklug somo unknown cough remedy when Foloy's Honey and Tar costs them no moro? It Is a snfo remedy, con tains no hnrmful drugs nnd on res tho niOHt obstinate coughs nnd colds. Why experiment with your health? insist upon having tho gonulno Po- Jofl Uomy J a Mr. and Mrs. Sol Durbln, of tfa loin, nro In Honolulu. n Kodol for dyspopsla and Indiges tion will digest any kind of food In nny combination at any nnd all times. Keep your stomnon woll by taking Kodol now nnd then, Hold by nil druggists. A thin purse mnkos n fellow flat In ordor to have good, healthy, porfeot digestion keep your stomach woll by taking Kodol for dynpepsln nnd Indigestion occasionally Just when you need It Pleasant to take. Hold by all druggists THE ARGUMENTS The disagreements, etc , thut uro caused l engagements not ktit ljf OHiistf of poor work cult safely bo avoided In puri-hasiug a 1 1 A. Ml lION WATCH. The IIAMIIro.V WATCH Is the product of yours of skill and experi ence; of a factory superb In Its equip ment und appointment In fine, tho IIAMH1'ON Is the wnttih that the mutt exacting of critics will imse fu vornbly on and that will give uni form flrst-oluss servleu. Would 'you iuspeot our stock T Barr's JEWELERS i8rT3.rtrLOH WW'" J, -. IyIrJ " k ? - 4L.. .V . i3LK . 'Ji i &0m -