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AII.T CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALKM, ORMOOX, . THURSPAY, JUNE 17. 1809.
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TRUMBULL, SHOT IN
THE THIGH, WILL
RECOVER
United Press Leased Wire.
SJianlko, Or., Juno 17. The entire
conntrysldo around this city la
crowded todny with men and bpys,
searching for H. E. Drooke, the
drunken negro porter, who early yes
terday shot and seriously wounded
Bornard II. Trumbull, representing
tho Illinois Central railroad In Port
land, and slightly wounded John 8.
McLaughlin, employed by tho samo
company.
While Trumbull was more dan
gerously wounded than McLaughlin,
Neither one of tho negro's Victims
will die. Thoy aro resting comfort
ably in a hospital In Portland. If
Brooks Is not captured this morning
the penitentiary bloodhounds at
Walla Walla will bo piut on his trail.
Sheriff Levi Chrbtman and a largo
number of deputies havo arrived
hcro-from Tho Dalles and takon up
tho search in ono direction, whllol
o tn or pos'ca are wonting in opposite
directions.
Obrlstman said ho would havo sent)
for bloodhoundo at once, but for tkt
reason that thoy could not work well
owing to tho heavy rains.
Trumbull Will Recover.
Portland, Or., Juno 17. Tho
wound, which it was feared at first
would causo tho death of Bernard
Trumbull, who was shot by a drunkon
negro porter, who was being assisted
by Trumbull to Ills car at Shanlko,
Is not fatal. Tho first roports from
Shanlko were to tho effect that Trum
bull had been fatally woundod. It
dorclons that l has a wound in tho
loft leg just bolow the groin and a
wound in the right log. John S. Mc
Laughlin, who was aIbo helping tho
negro to stand up, was shot In tho
right leg. Physicians say tho only
possible dangor Is that of posslblo
blood poisoning.
HAYWOOD PULLED FOR
SMOKING CIGARETTES
Ellonshurg, Wash., June 17. Wil
liam D. Haywood, former socfotary
and treasurer of tho Western Feder
ation of Miners and prominent in tho
ranks of tho Socialists, 1b today say
ing unkind things about Washing
ton's new clgnretto law, for ho was
tho first one to. be arrested under its
provisions In Ellonsburg.
Haywood did not know such a law
existed when he leisurely rolled a clg
nretto in the Mint saloon yesterday,
struck a match and started to put.
Two wnrklngmon did tho same. Pres
ently Deputy Sheriff Gorman walked
In and, after going through tho
smoke, seized Haywood and his two
companions. At tho pollco station
Haywood produced $i5 in cash ball
and was released, but tho other two
prlsonors wero held until court wnB
called.
County Attorney E. K. Drown sent
n chill through tho officers of tho
pollco depnrtment by annonuclng
that ho would not prosecute Haywood
or any other persons arrested undor
tho anti-cigarette law until a test
caso Is made. Ho thinks tho law Is
unconstitutional. Tho prisoners wore
discharged.
MOTHER
SAVED
HER BABY
CLUNG TO PUMP PIPE
FOR HOUR AND A
HALF
All Run Down? Pale? Nervous?
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale, nervous? And do not know
what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Aycr's non-atcoliollq Sarsaparllla. No alcohol, no stimula
tion. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a Strom! alterative, an
laid to digestion. I.cfcj'our doctor decide. jj&E'ffi:
E. ECKERLEN
Wholesale
Family Liquor Store
144 Commercial St. Free Delivery
Phone 103
United I'rcin licnied Wire
Portland, Or., Juno 17. After
clinging to tho pump plpo In a well
for an hour and a half, holding tho
unconscious body of her 3-year-old
dnughter nbovo tho water, Mrs. Rob
eert Ohoyn, of Hartford, today Is re
covering from a norvouu collapse, re
sulting from her frightful exposure.
While playing in tho yard of hor
homo yosterday, the child fell into
tho water. Her screams attracted
tho attention of tho mother, who
rushed to tho rcscuo of her child,
Lowering herself by meanB of tho
sllppory pump plpo, Mrs. Oheyn
grasped tho baby and hold hor abovo
tho wator for an hour and a half,
whllo an older daughter securod help
from n neighboring farm houso.
Tho baby was unconscious when
help arrived, but quickly rccovorod.
Mrs. Choyn collapsed, and is con
fined to her bed.
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Pacific Court League.
San Frnnclsco G; Portland 0.
Oakland 2; Los Angeles 0.
Vornon 7: Sncramonto 0.
Northwest League.
Seattle C; Portland 3.
Abordccn 3; Tacoma 2.
Vancouver 6; Spokane 4.
National League.
Chicago 3; DrooKlyn 1.
Now York, 8; Pittsburg 2.
Philadelphia ; Cincinnati 1.
St. LouIb G; Boston 3.
American League.
uiovclnml A; Now York 3.
St. Louis 3; Washington 2.
Chicago 0; IJoston I.
Philadelphia 5; Detroit 4.
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Evoryono would be bonoflttcd by
taking Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo for
constipation, stomach and llvor
troublo, as It sweetens tho stomach
and breath, gently stimulates tho liv
er and rogulntcs tho bowols, and Is
much superior to pills and ordinary
laxatives. Why not try Foloy'B
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OLD DUTCH DUNKARDS A couole of Washinaton County Pcnnsylvanians, who have
made and used HICKOpY BARK C0U9H. REHEDy Jor seventy years, and reared a fam.-
ilyfof jNvi childrwi. For s.ale by alL,tiealr.s eyerywhre; .
SUUEPURE. , - . SURE CURE.
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SCHOOL
ELECTION
MONDAY
At tho election for school director
Monday that office will bo filled for
a term of five years. From nrcsent
Indications thoro will be but two can
didates, Grant Holt, foreman at tho
Spaiulding Lumber Co. yards, and
MrB. N. E. Qrlswold, of Yew Park,
where Mr. Holt also resides. Peti
tions have boon Itf .circulation for
some time nsklng Mr. Holt to be
come a candidate' and ho ha ac
cepted. Ho Is a young business man
with children to cducato, and ownB
a homo In tho city. Ho has all tho
qualifications for a good member of
tho Board of Education. Mrs. Oris
wold's nnmo was not brought out un
til yoiterday, but she Is a well
known woman of tho highest charac
ter, who has always taken a deep In
terest In tho schools. This will b
the first serious attempt to place a
woman on tho Hoard of Education,
and Indications aro that thoro will bo
n spirited contest Monday afternoon.
Tho election wll, bo held In each
ward at tho usual polling places.
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VETERANS OBJECT TO
REDUCED RATIONS
I'nltrd I'eM I.wuoil Vlre.J
Soldiors' Home, Sawtellc, Cal.,
Juno 17. A growing dissatisfaction
folt by the two thousand and more
veterans at tho soldiers' homo hero
over tho parsimony of congrois in
CUttlnt! down tho ratlniiH nnnrnnrln.
tlon for tho current qunrter year,
was partially alleviated today by tho
arrival of 1137,000 ponBlon monoy.
Tint nmiRlnn nnvmnnt will mint. In
at least 400 veterans to leave for tho
mm growing districts wiioro thoy
mnv I'll r II n llttln ninnov nn tilnlrnni
(llirlllir tho Hlllllinoi-. Thin will nnrmll
extension by tho home commanders
or tue snort rations to wnlch tho vet
ernns have boon hold and which
would not lie Incroannd until .Tnlv 1
Congress In conserving tho finances
of the nation cut the local appropria
tion by $2000. This compcleld tho
homo authorities to serve 11 ounces
of moat twlco dally Instoad of thir
teen ounces, Tho vo.torans complain
ed but tholr Indignation was directed
at congreiM and not nmilnat th homo
officials.
The ponslon monoy strongly guard
ed arrived this morning and will bo
distributed today 'and tomorrow.
The Man Who Looks Ahead
No man ever saw prosperity ahead of him except through a
bank account. Tho man who succeeds is ha man who looks ahead
and plans for tho futuro. He realizes that monoy is absolutely
essential if ho intends to rise In tho world. A smnll sum will
open a bank account. A bank account establishes credit. Good
credit opens the way to all thlngb prosperous. Open nn account
with this bank today and lay tho foundation of n fortune
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UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
SALEM, OREGON.'
iieifaniiiiignjinnin)iOiiiin)iiwi
SAYS TARIFF ON PAPER
IS INEXCUSABLE
tinned Prcii r.aJ Wlrr.l
Washington, Juno 17. Pointing
out that Canadian manufacturers aro
tho only competitors of American
print papor mills, Senator Brown, of
Nebraska, today, in an address In
tho senato, bitterly assailed the
llnnnco commltteo for proposing nn
amendment, Increasing tho low rato
fixed by tho house on this product
"Inoxcu able and Indefenslblo from
any standpoint," wns what ho char
nctorlzod tho action of tho commit
too. nrown said that print paper was
made at loss cost in tho United States
than oUowhero. and declared that
any duty In any amount was wrong
in principle, nnd utterly unendur
able Ho declared that American
print papor manufacturers did not
need protection, and that it would
be wrong to give It to them.
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THE WHITE HllillON
WOMEN AT STAYTOX
Th vountv convention of W. P. T.
U. women Is being held nt Stayton.
Quito n delegation wont up Wednes
day, incirtiuing Aiesuames uiivor,
Rhodes. Dowerman. Holt. Law. Van-
il4rvnrr nnd Adklns. The ronnrt Is
-that Mrs. Law Is a candidate for the
couuty pre luoncy.
'Mr. and Mrs. A. .v&Moaros enter
talued the alumni qMYIIlamette uni
versity at their residence on Chemek
tn, street last night. .
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W. E. Wilson of Colorado has lo
cated at Salem nnd gone Into tho real
estate business.
o.
Two new six-pound guns from tho
Oregon are to be sent to Salem In
tlino for exhibition at tho Cherry
Fair.
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Pain anywhere stopped In 20 min
utes sure with one ,of Dr, Snoop's
Pain Tablets, Tho formula fs on tho
2G-cent box. Ask your doctor or
druggist about this formula! Stops
womanly pains, headache, backache,
pains anywhere. Write to Dr. Snoop,
Racine, Wis., for free trial to. prove
value. Capital Drug Store,
SALEM BREWERY
ASSOCIATION
Beer Sold in Carload Lots.
Shipments in Kegs or Bot
tled Beer to any Point on '
the Pacific Coast : : : :
Brewing Plant and Offices
4 On Trade St., In Wholcsolo District
NH
Salem, Oregon
iiiiitaiHHtBnieiits)mie)ia)H
Look At This
for Sale A first class rooming and boarding houso prop
sltlon at Newport, Oregon. Two houses and furnishings and
lots will bo sold for less than tho cost of tho houses. Tho
buildings aro four years old and furnished comploto. Tho
owner is a non-resident and needs tho monoy. . Look Into
this as a speculation.
LEE WILLIAMS
Newport, Ore. Inquire at Journal Office
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Wo have just leceived a
new I. ne of
FOLDING
TABLES
in various styles and sizes
These tables are very
strong and weigh but a
trifle, We show these ta
bles in oak with the wax
finish and in 24, 30 and
42 inch sizes, The price
varies from $3 to $&,5Q,
We will be pleased to
show" them at any time,
Imperial Furniture Company
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