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SECOND EDITION 4 P. M. I Itottraal kt & 3 VOL. XIX DAILY CAPITAL JOUtXAL, S.W.K.M, OIMX.ON, n Tl III) l , MAllCIl 27, lOOt). No. 07. NO DANGER NOW THAT THEY ARE MARRIED ONE TOUCH OF BOOSTING MAKES ALl SALEM PEOPLE CLOSE AKIN DEV MNT I'M Ispf FAVMK "iviLUU I it vllv S 5 STATE AIDED ROAD Ontario. Or.. Mnrch 27. The Oregon-Idaho Development congress which Is In session here, wilt go on Tecord aA favoring Btnte or district owned railroads. This Is evidenced by the enthusiasm displayed at to day's meeting, tho dolegatos loudly cheering the spenkors vvho ndvocated such n projoct. Frunk Davey of Hums, Or., one of those who addressed the congress, declared: "It Is our plain duty to build this railroad across tho statu of Oregon, opening up the groat Inland empire." Helll Atkinson, secretary of tho Boise Commercial oluli, prophusled that If the project Is put through tho road Mould be extended to Dutto, Mont., and connect with the trans continental lines. E. II Heigh, president and gonernl manager of the Pacific and Idaho Northern, u local railroad running from Weloer to Evergreen, Idaho, said the district railroad plan was entirely feasible and pledged his support. MEDICINE MEN VS. LAW An umuslng yet Interesting game of basoball took place last ovenlng on tho Willamette diamond. Tho college of law and tho collogo of mcdlclno crossed bats with n resulting scoro of 2 to 2. Only five Innings wero plny ed, ns the time was short. nt somo future tlmo tho game will bo finished. Tho Laws think thoy have an eimy caso whllo tho Medics aro determined to glvo tho "peda- i fogucs" a pill which will euro them ! of tnelr conceit. THE ALWAYS BUSY STORE Js now showing the latest Spring merchandise In all de partments. Dress Goods, Silks, Ladies' Suits, Jackets, Spring IVi'iinery. Here you will find fashion, style and 'Laity at the lowest prices. BOOSTERS MET AND BOOSTED HEARTILY EOR SALEM Tho banquet given by tho Salem Board of Trado last night was ono of the most onthusUsttc gatherings of the kind over hold In Salem. Tho band on the streots before the meet ing "put life and mcttlo In the hoots" of the laggards, and when the tonst mustcr and president, Mr. Charles L. McNary, rapped on tho table for or dor the big room was comfortably flltad. Mr. McNary ntauo n brief but tell ing llttlo Introductory spoeoh. and was followed by Mayor Hodgern, whose address was full of wisdom, wit and good advice to Salem. Tho groat surprise of tho evening was when Tom Richardson. Port land's big booster, after speaking of tho things Orogon should do, said, In subHtunce: "The Capital Journal has been doing grout work for Oregon, M heretofore did not agree with Col Hofer's Idea, but he hns n genius for getting at things In tho right way. His thousand facts have brought a thousand people, and his work Is sim ply flmt-cluBs." He said lots of oth er nice things about Tho Journal that the paper might feel diffident about printing, If the "bosH' woh not way down In the southeast corner of the Htate, and ignorant of this article. HIh ears must have burned last night. Time nor space will permit any lengthy mention of the many flue speeches made. Dr. Stotnor spoke of mountain water, while tho wlno was being sampled; Mr. Chapman boosted advertising; Tom Kay talked hotel and M. O. Lownsdale tnndo u whirl wind address about fruit growing, EMERY GIRL WEDS HER JAP LOVER AT SEATTLE TODAY (Continued on Page 12.) I United l'rcu Lud Wlr. Seattle Wash., March 27. Miss Helen Gladys Emory, o( Corto Ma dera, Cat., hns at last roallzod nor heart's desire. At 11:45 o'clock this morning sho becamo tho brldo of GunJIro Aokt, who claims to bo ft Japancso of high rank, and a former Journalist, but whoso recent avoca tion Is roportod to havo boon that of n dishwasher In tho Emory house hold. Tho coromony was porformod by the Ilov. II. II. dowon, rector ot Trinity parish church, tho only wit nesses prcsont being tho brldo's pA- reutu, Archdeacon Emory and his wife, a countryman of Aokl and A. Pattorson, sccrotary of tho rectory. Accompnnlod by Archdoacon Btn ory, Aokl appeared at tho marrlago license clerk's window about 10 o'clock this morning and secured a llconso, thoro bolng no hesitation In Issuing tho documont. Wltk tat vovotod papor, Aokt and hla futuxa fathor-ln-law hurried to ths Savoy lintel, whoro Miss Emory and her mother hud boon loft. Thon tbo par ty entered a carriage and woro drive to tho church, whoro arrangement for tho ceremony had provlousty beea tnndo. HARRIMAN JOLTS THE POLO PLAYERS (United 1'rtM l,fi.l Wire.) llurllngamo, Cnl., Murch 27 The declaration of E. II, Hnrrltaan that ho would not cure to sea a gamo of polo on Sundny, ovon though ho ad- (Continued on pace 7.) ! jgmawtmmiimmummmmammmmmammmmmmma6 Spring Suits In a grand assortment of the latest muterlals and nowest up-to- date shades at prices you can't beat Long coats, satin lined and full flare skirts Prices onh - $9.50, $12.50 $14,50 and up Spring Millinery Hundred of the nwwMt here to select from In evry auaH and stle ou ask for Price ver re? tunable $1.95, $2.50, $2.95, $3.50 and up Silks and Dress Goods In the big cities of tho oust )ou cannot find a more up-to-date stock of fine dress dross goods and silks 'ban we can show ou Noth ing shown but the newoat goods Silks, yard, 25c, 35c, 49c, 65c and up Dress Goods ,yard ,25c, 35c, 49c, 59c, 65c and up The iii i: L. S. Fr akes Co. of Portland, take pleasure in announcing jMLOOCIfiiy the opening of their SALEM STORE, at m OQ No. 333 North Cornmercial Street lVlcMTCIl. ZZJ We extend to evety lady in Salem and vicinity a coidial invitation to viow our open ing display of the most beautiful and exclusive exhibition of e Suits, Millinery and Hair Goods aver shown in your city. We will cairy at all limes only merchandise made beyond orlt Iclsm at puces below all competition. RELIABLE, CONSCIENTIOUS methods is the cor nerstone upon which this business will be built. Our unlimited buying power ,our un bounded outlet, our facilities foi economically handling an enormous volumo of busi ness, and our unvarying principle of always giving our patrons the bost of ovorything tt lowest cost, combine to bring prices on most desirable wearing apparel down to tho ry bottom. No matter how low the price FRAKES' goods are always and unquot UOfltbiy good goods, and the FRAKES iiuarantee soes with every transaction. Your money back iff case of dissatisfaction FREE In order to have you become acquainted with the House of Style and Value, we will give absolutely FREE a beautiful hat to match every suit purchased on Opening Day. IF IT COMES FROM FRAKES' ITS CORRECT 333 North Commercial Street Salem, Ore. FRAKES 409 Washington Street Portland. Ore WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO HAIR GOODS, ALSO BUY COMBINGS AND CUT HAIR xAMi,i,tiiiii;,iititaiat4aiittUUaUliUiiiiaiiittiffHU),(tl())jtj IWwA ""-- r; ' Timiiiri i i wtiii -inWHw wmmmmtammmtamisllliBfi , mkmmmmum, J&rt A i