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DAILY OAI'ITAIj JOURNAL, SALEM, OIIBGON, FRIDAY, APIUL 10, 1809.
I - . I IVTRAGOOTQ fQf Edcrhcimcr, MAKIKI Pick out any specially well dressed boy and you'll find You aro wronging yourself- and the boy when you get an XTRAGOOD. Wo'vo a wealth of stylo and sizes, Tho Old Roliablo Storo w ., r. se o o o o o o o o CITY NEWS u o o o I ( t) O l O O O o o o Went her ForeenM Fnlr tonight mid Hnturduy. Fruit Trncl Flvo and ton-ncro traota on tho Oregon Klcctrlo railroad; monthly installments. Boo Derby & Wlllson. 4-1 Mf Chocolate mid Hon lions At Buckingham's Pnlnco of Sweets. Hod Cross Pharmacy. 4-3-tf l'lltX' IlONt And owner hopea that ho limy llntl it boforu April 2Tth. ('entlniieu- Your suit called for, oluunod and rotftiniixl oaoh wtiuk all for 91.00 por month, at thu Btuitm Cleaning nnd Dye Works next door south of tho Journal oltloo, llnco QuoMluii HoIwmI On tho plunot Mars. Thu only dlf lloulty that disturbs thu publto mind Ih the wlutloii of thu problem April 27th. Another New Mine lHi-ooivd And will bo tipuuod up un April 27th. Moro fun urn! pluaNiire in this mint) thnn In h box of monkeys. Get i sent on the band wugoii for Hint date. Pine Maple mid ,Wh Wood For snlo, cheap, for Immediate de livery. Apply ICrubs Bros,. Hush Ilioyiiwu building. Telephone Muln 734. LlB-tf In Out .gnlu lUnry llHia, Salem's oldest Jew W, is gln Hbaut hie work utter titlng oonllued lu his homo fur n few day with nn ntttiQk of rlfl. Henry U OS your of ago and is one of ths lUBHt popular butlHiMw men In tho city. Yld Mwuw Delia To you. Two of tho greatest Inveu. tlona of modem times on exhibition lu Dorcas lire Hop ortlco. GroAtor money makor than telephone. Call and goo thorn; froo demonstration. 3-3 1-tC Tliero CitM Nwir llolii n I'lght On State btreut Inst night ut mid night. Two stranger stopped a lo oal young man uiul asked him what tho "what Is It?" window onrds meant, Uooauso ho oould not toll them thoy threatened to "knoek hU blook off." Pite Per Cent luiprouuut ltoud. subscriptions will bo reeolved for whole or part of 19438.10 improve uijut bond 4 city of Salem. Inter est paynblo semi-annually. Apply to city recorder or to tho committee. W. II. Millard, at Udd & Hush's bank, Isadora areonbaum. at Ros teln & flreonbaum'. 4-15-5t v Tho Stein & Co.' as much styles nro (' J XM&Jt. jr-M-irmi Cottage Undertaking Pnrlo Cottngo and Ohomokotn sts.; calls day or night; J. 0. Sill. Phono 721. Now Uum'IniII (Imuiid William P. Lord has leased hi blook of laud on tho cornor of Mis sion nnd Liberty Btroutu to tho Fair mount baseball olub, and that ofl grogatlon will play their gnmos thoro this HORSOII. Hank Robber Amateur- It is a dead sure shot tho follows who undertook to hold up tho Stay ton bank aro amateurs, and most likely familiar with Stayton. Had they been old hands thoy wouldn't have beuu frightened at tho dropping out of sight of one of tho bank urn ployos, knowing thuy had tho drop on him if he stuck his head over the uouuter. Grip (lot Idirry Day Otllnor l.rry Murphy has been having slugu of the grip, and HlthoiiKh not oonlluod to his bod, he has been what Is Hunornlly tunned a sick man. lrry Is not aubjeot to sIcKiim. but the ohaiiglug wonther attd the e.Noltumont of tho llrst of the bull swisoii tended to bring on an attack of the grip. Interested In Mil - Notwithstanding ShUiu faiw kve had no npirartHHlty to wllnet) the na tloutil gam of ImmmImM hr k yet. tuore la oonsldamble Interent wanl twled Ih the gMiuea playwl heiveN thw Portland twnu and the visitor fron BftrrawiiUi. AroHiul the tele graph qMlow tkare hi rh tavgar arawd evry tly vaJUf for the relHrus. and PortlaHd In geiiHmlly picked aa ike favorite. Invited oitrtttiu Oorerwor AHgwatHa H. Wlltson, of KeHtueky, has xteudM a cordial In vitation t Governor llouwjn to at tend the Thlnt Intornntlonal Confer VHoe oh Stto and looal Taxation and also to appb'nt throo delegntos aud three alternate to roprosent tho State of Orotrou. Tho meeting U to b hhl undor tho nusplcio of tho In teruatlounl Tax Awoclutlou. and Is ihk for September 21 to 34. Govern or ltNou has atuworod tho Invlla Hon and will appoint tho delegate aud alternates as roquosted. REPUBLICANs'sUPPORT INCOME TAX BILL tUnltrt Tu Uad WIia Washington. April 10 The Hall y Uoowo tax amondmoat to tho tar iff hill Is tlnd'ng Hopuu,Uoni sup tMirtern today and.lt Is suggested that tH Um modified form It Is possible that tho KoHbllaana will odopt tho idea a their own and report a com mlttt auiendmont. The Democrats senators thl afternoon resumed their tariff poeterence. WE SELL TO MOTHERS WHO KNOW Wo would boII all tho boys' clothoa in town, If nil tho mothers knew tho trulh. For wd control tho XTKAOOOD .lino the Edcrhoimor-Stoln suits for boys. No otlior boyB' clothes give so much for tho money. Thomakcrs of Xtrngood specialize In olothoH for young folks thoy nro tailors for 'young man and boys. Thoy have built up an Immunso businoss of GOO, 000 suit per your by excelling on those linos nlono. trousers nro' lined in ovory XTKAOOOI) suit for boys. Tlmt moro thnn doubles tho Ufa of them. Ono-thlrd moro cloth Is used In XTItACOOD Bulls than tho common. Thnt's bo tho boys won't outgrow them. No suits i)ny tbo mnkoiH or dealers Icbb profit, but you got twice for your money, distinctive. and tho ho wears an XTRAGOOD label, inferior suit. Come and see the Every Day Is Bargain Day Here, 2 THE BALL SEASON TO OPEN "Play Hall!" At 2;30 o'clock to morrow afternoon this old familiar nlgnnl will bo hoard on tho Willa mette Hold aud adorning that dia mond will be tho Salem High School manipulators of tho horsehldo, and the University of Oregon team of ush rustlurs. Kverythlug ta In roadluoes for what promlsoe to bo one of the beet game the Salem High Sohool hut ever put up. Tltero will bo no ban put upon the rooters who, In (wot, aru especially Invited to l"t looso all tho noise tlw are capable of. Just so long as thoy holler for Solem. Dwell Jerinuu has about complet ed h's solttotlou of the lineup to meet the visiter, and the aggregation ha luis selected la a promising looking lMiuoh of young Imlltoawr. Ou first ha , Joe KahMr will linger Young Kaiser taken tkeut as they ronie mid hla putoiil Hemg M not to 1k lookHl niton as await by anyone IKillv' I'ariuer. one of SiileWs spHdltst ut tie ballplayer, will set on the nn ond catck aud stop thv troplial bul luU which some through ntkt ad from the eetcher. Hobert Iish l.-.n g vea the short end of the team be iweeH thinl and the pitcher's box. ltoborte isn't mueh for big. but he u a wonder for ground covering and hnsoruunlng. Kay, the lad whom the Salem High Sknool hae ul ways dehended on to no, real skittish whea It onmei to making the home plate step, will cover third tomorrow Phillip has beeu nwarded permis sion to stop oeryth'ng coming his J I way from the pltohor a plate and to kop away from tho business end of the bat Lucas, Robinson and Wes ley will tho outgardon lu ropalr. Thot throo chap hav oeon trained to look up. not down, when thoy hbar tho bat craak and also to get Htider anything flying through the " " w "" "" ..-.v -. , a ttaseuaii. Tnore aro two men p okwd to till the twlrlors' position, they txdsg Smith and Ashenfelder lloth itttohers have been working out splendidly so far and Coach Jertuau expert great things from them. Kyre aad Soth will alaa be given ua OHPortuulty Co further compete for ateher'e piwltlon. Contractors Iluy Koo Push & Hornm have bought a fine paseougw Keo, to uso in running around looking after contracts rhricmK TWO ESCAPED, ONE GOT BAD FALL Aftcf securing a railroad splko In some unknown manner, Wilson O. Hall, A. May, alias Gcorgo Thomas, and K. P. Hicks, inmates of tho Stato Insane Asylum, effected an escape this morning about 12:30 o'clock by prying a window guard looso and lowering themselves to the ground , by a ropo made of bedolothing. Hall, in making his way down tho Impro vised ropo, was dashed to tho ground, a dlstanco of 40 feel, as the result of the ropo breaking, fractur ing one log and bruising him up con siderably, but tho other two patients made good their escape by using bed spreads to descend with, and up to the prcsont time they havo not been captured. May and Hicks wore tho first 'o inakoth o break by prying tho lock off tho doors of tholr nleeplng rooms and going Into Hall's room thoy be gun operation on tho window guard. The escape was discovered by Dr. Tn mloslo, who hoard tho moan of dis tress from tho Injured man who foil. Hall wa9 given lmmcdlato medical attention and Is getting along nicely today. Tho two men who succeeded lu getting away nro not dangorous, and tho olllclnls think tlley will bo cap tured In a short time. NEVER TOO MANY STEELHAMMERS Mr. and Mrs. John Steolhnmmor, of Woodburn, woro in tho city to day Thoy brought along John Stoolhnmmoi', Jr., who Is tho only pot of tho grandfnthor. A, G. Stcolham mer, of Sllvorton. GOING DOWN FOR OIL AT PRATUM Malinger Taylor, or tho Willam ette Oil Co., which is sinking u woll east of this city, was In ho city to da ,aud says tho company has ar ranged to put on another shift of men, and will drill day nnd night tin til they strike oil. The Sloirk In Coming. I'rodoi lok Wllholm Storck Is com ing to Salem, If ho llkus It. In tho meantime wo want ovory llvo roul os tnto man ut Salem to sand him some thing h mull to 3337 Thirty-third avenue. South. Minneapolis, Minn. H0TELARRIVALS. Portland Mr. and Mrs. Shlel, Itoy lliirton nnd fumlly, Miss Annls Daugh tor.v, Itubon H. Davis and daughter, Clara. Mr. Johu Wlehorloy. Wm, T. Combs. Kred Hlroh, David H. Hick era, N. 1). Iiihou and wife. Jamos Wlckem. Shelburn, Or. It. A. Norton, C 11 .Oalirf. Oregon City Tine W. Hull. Seattle, .Wash. Hrnest Kline. A, A. Ileck. Klelmrd Pierao. ItiMieburg Wlllnrd Mlnner. Dallas. Or -Carl Malloy. Thomas a. Dickenson. Alkali). Or -Miss Mlnulo Child era. Condiui. Or. S. D. Zimmerman aud wife FALLING HAIR lu the loreranne ol baldness. If you wish to prevent It, start la now to use Health and see how quickly the new hairs will begin to come In; flood .strong healthy onctt too. The old hairs will stop lulling out, and dandrull, Ike cause ot baldness, will disappear. Then you will have a head ol hair to be proud of. , IS NOT A DYE. ft AND Sc BOTTLES. AT DRUGGISTS. Hay" Harllaa Soap cures cibi, rl, roub and cfcappcU bnu, a4 all km liein:. Kkm kln Cm and tolt, 35c ilro?elt. Srod 3c for lr luok. Tb Car U tbo Sklo," Tt Car ol the Hair1' PkU Kay . C Nwark. H. A. Regular Spring Sellers In high grade footwear we have ail the latest novelties in Tan, Patent, Kid, Oxblood low shoos for men, woman, boys', misses and infants, a full line of Elk Soled outing shoes in black and olive, Our repair man is a very busy man, but he will half sole your shoes while you wait. ' The Place We Fit II Salem Shoe Store 326 STATE STREET ST. VITUS' DANCE Striking Example of Its cure by the Tonic Treatment Many Children Suffer fromin This So- very Nervous Disorder With out tho Disease Hclng Rec ognized. Tho euro of St. Vitus' dance by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills la a striking er- amplo of tho power of a tonic acting through the blood to euro even tho most fterlous norvoit9 disorders. This powor Is duo to the fact that the nervos, llko every other pnrt of th. body, dopends on tho blood for their nourishment, strongth and health. St. Vitus dance Is tho commonest form of norvoiUB trouble which afflicts ch'ldron, becauso to tho great de mands mado on tho body by growth and development, there Is added tho -train caused by study. It Is when these demands become so great that thoy Impoverish the blood, and the nerves fnll to receive tholr full sup ply of nourishment, that tho nerv ous debility which leads to St. Vitus' dance, begins. Tho romarkablo success of Dr. WIUInniB' Pink P'Us In curing St. Vitus' dnnco should lend parents to glvo their children this blood-building medicine nt tho first signs of tho nppronch of tho dl6onso. Pallor, lbtleancsfl, Inattention, rcstlcssnese, nnd irritability aro symtoma which early show that tho blood and nerves nro falling to moot tho demands mado upon them. Tho euro of Carl A. Wngnor, of No. G13 South Sixth street, Arkan sas City, KansnB, Is Fniulclont proof of tho powor of Dr. 'Vllllnms' Pink Pills to cure this dtsonso and war rants their iiso In any raBe. He says: "I boeamo aflllctod with St. Vitus dnnco wh'lo nttondtng cchool nnd my parents nlwnys thought that It was cnusod by too close nttentlon io school work. I wn8 sick for eighteen months nnd might to havo been In bod, bnt wns so nervous thnt I felt T couldn't Ho thoro. My bond Jerked nnd my eyos twitched. I seemed to bo In n troublo nil over my body nnd could not control my musclos. Often whon walking I would loso control or my logs and fnll. I could not hold anything In my hnnds. If I trlod to food myself, tho chnnros woro that I would drop tho knnfo nn 1 fork. Tho disease finally affectod n v spoocb so thnt It wni an effort to talk, whlolj I conild not do dlst'nctly. I ofton had a smothorlng sonsntlon, whon 't scorned thnt I was going to loso my breath. "I wns under tho enro of aovcral doctors but received no bonoflt and row worse nil of tho tlmo. My fath er heard of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nd told tho doctor thnt ho was go ing to glvo thorn to mo. I had not tnkon them long boforo I could boo that thoy wer helping me. I could sleep better nnd wns loso norvous. I contlnuod taking tho pills until 1 wns curod. I am strong now nnd able to do a good day's work." Dr. W'lllamB' Pink Pills hnvo nlso cured selntlca, nournlg'a, nervous hoadaohos, norvoua debility, nnd havo glvon In-tlng bonoflt In pnrtlal oarnlysla and locomotor ataxia. All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink Pills or they will be sent by by mall postpaid, on rece'pt of pr'ei, 0 cents per box; lx boxes for J2.R0, l.v the Dr. Williams' Medicine Com- lan, Sohenootndy, X Y. -o- ObJet to Strong Medicines. Many people object to taking tb-' strong medlclBOs usually prescribe j ' y physlelans for rheumatism. Thex i no need of Internal treatment lu ' suy case of muscular or chronic rheu matism, and more than nine of o every ton catoa of the disease a'o -if one or tho other of these varieties. i Whon thoro la no fover and little (If' my) swelling, you may know that It' s only neeestary to apply Chamber- Iain's Liniment freely to get qulw -ellef. Try It, For sale by all geoJ druggists. Hsta 737 NIDICTMENTS AGAINST CUDAHY Topeka, Kas., April 1C. Upon de mand of tho United States district nttorney the grnnd Jury will return 737 indlctmonts ngnlnst tho Cudrdiy Packing Company today on charges that it defrauded tho government. The packing company Is accused o! using quarter-cent revenue stamps on packngos of oleomargerlno when ten-cont stamps nro required. Tho penalty for conviction of this offonso Is n flno of $1000 oi two yonrs' Imprlsonmont for 'each of fonse. JOCKEY ADMITS KILLING HIS WIFE St. Louis, Mo., April 10. Floyd D. Cnrtor ,n Jockoy, alleged to have killed his wlfo In Sacramento, Janu ary 28, stated today that he was in toxlcated nt tho tlmo of tho crime Jealousy of her attraction for other men, ho snid, was the causo of his deed. Cartor was capltirod ut the union station here last night, and after be ing "sweated" at pollco headquar ters, consented to return to Sacra mento without extradition. AGED JOHN H0EFER DYING AT CHAMPOEG A special last night says: John Hoofer, pioneer farmer, and said to bo tho largest land ownor in tho Wlllametto vnlloy, is reported dying nt his homo near Champoeg. His holdings total about S000 acres. .Ho is S3 yonrs old. IJOU.V. KI.KIt. April iG, 1909, to Mr. nnd Mrs. U. P. Klzcr, No. 1445 South Snglnnw street, Salem, Orogon, nn S-pound boy Tho youngster has boon chrlslonod HenJiimin Prnnklln Kizor, Jr. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company Prnnlc Meredith, ItCHlrient Agent Room 13, Lndd & Bush, Bank Building. MONEY TO LOAN THOS. K. FORI) Over Lndd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Oi PIANO TUNING LUTKMiUS h. WOODS. Tuning, polishing, ropnlrlng. Ph'oCOS OOOOOOOOO NEW TODAY O O O O O O o o O O 0 o O For Kent Furnlshod rooms nt 440 Mill street, wost of Eloctrlc dopot. Inquire nt nddroes montlonod. 4-10-lw For Sale Good oak bnrrols at f 1.00 oaolt. Soe I. Baurogartnor, noar Fairgrounds storo. 4-lC-3t For Sale Hnlf-brood Jorsoy cow, fresh; oxtra good mllkor. 771 N. Commercial strcot. 4-lG-3t For Sale A fow more fresh cows. Call at 1195 South 12th stroot. Phono 1171. 4-lG-3t For Kidney trouule, Inflammation of of tho bladdor, rheumatism, and rheumat'o pains, got DeWltfa KIdnoy and Bladder Pills. Thoy acf prompt ly and aro suro. Sold by all rug- Buy your bee htvos ot us nnd save about one-half your money. Wo make them Addro s J Egge, 1312 Corbet street. Portland, Oregon. G. W. EYRE, Prop. MafV -I ' -y & i ,;- mBMiMBfcHliMJttMiMjg