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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALBM, ORBOON, SATURDAY, JUNE SO, 1000. I- & ! -. I" ! ', M , t V pi r. I Muslin Underwear Section We will demonstrate to all ladles the new perfect form fitting DE BEVOISE Combination Corset Covers -and Drawers; the Brasslers are well adapted for the new princess dresses, They are lace and embroidery trim med and the dainty patterns show an air of exclusive: ness found only on these garments, Sizes, bust meas ure, 34 to 42; prices from $2,50 to $6,00; reduced One-third in Price Saturday "night" bns bocoino a very busy evening In our Ladles' Hosiery nnd Underwear sections becnuso ovory Saturday night wo offer specials In these sections that Indies cannot afford to miss. Lnuics' Silk Swiss Ribbed Vests, high neck, long bIoovcs; tho colors nro croam, sky and pink. Ilcgulnr values $3.00 and 3.50. On snlo nfter suppor 7:30 to 9:00 this ovoulng LESS ONE-THIRD IN PRICE X ' J- . -"' CdQb; 1 .-j-n w i tit imiri &M&MJS. Try our 3Cc chicken dlnuor. Elite cafo Irrigation Dills All Irrigation bills paid during tho month of Juno will bo subject to 10 por cant dlucount. G-14-30. 3Gc. Frlod spring chicken. Ellto Cafo. f Stop! Look TRACK LAYING on the Falls City and Dallas rail road has been completed to within FIVE MILES of West Salem, , j,4 y TWO WEEKS will soo tho first stool rails enter ing tho town of West Salem, FREIGHT AND PAS SENGER SERVICE WILL IMMEDIATELY OPEN, Tho ENGINEERING CORPS is at work in West Salem, sotting grade stakes and laying out the tor m nal yards, The MILLER GRADING CREW is camped on the bank of the river and aftor grading up tho streets of West Salem for the Wators Bros, Investment Co, will immediately grade out tho terminal grounds, Work on a LAUNCH LANDING AND STEAMBOAT WHARF was commenced today, Arrangements have boon made with the DENMI SON BOAT COMPANY for a FIVE-CENT FARE BE TWFEN FOOT OF STATE ST, AND WEST SALEM, r' ur fr ends and tako one of the Dennison fast gasoline launchos for a trip over the river Sunday to seo tho work going on, FAVORABLE REPORTS have been received from an application made some timo ago to tho United States government to rip-rap tho bank of the river r.bovo and in front of West Salem, REMEMBER, West Salem will connect the West S!de and East Side trains fo tho Southern Pacific; will bring Independence and Monmouth trains into West Salem every day; will give West Sido connec tions with Corvallls and Newport, and McMinnville, Sheridan and Portland, and will open cheap river transportation to freight, Waters Bros. Investment Company Is selling lots In West Salem at $5 down and $5 por month, WITHOUT INTEREST, Buy now, West Salem lias a bright future, Call at the office, over Bush's Bank, or at branch office In West Salem, Ladies' Black Ema broidcred Hose On buIo nfter supper, 7:30 to 9, regular COc nnd CBc values, to night only 39c All bIzcb nro shown In this assort ment. IIOHIIillV SECTION- To avoid sorlous rosults tako Foloy's Kidney Ilomcdy at tho drat sign of kldnoy or bladdor dlsordor, such as bnckncho, urinary Irregular ities, exhaustion and you will soon bo well. Commonco taking Foley's Kldnoy Ilomcdy todny. J. 0. Perry. and Listen! JwG(rfrffATEnk B OOOOOOOOO-'O 0 CITY NEWS jCOoHOOUOOO Wcntlier Forecast Showers tonight nnd Sunday. The llest chicken dinner. Elite Cafo. Baseball , Lcaguo grounds; 2:30 p. m. Sun day. Ask tho Choose About ths danco at tho Auditorium tonight. Good muclc, good floor, good tlmo. Evorybody wolcome. U. J. Lehman, Assistant Undertaker, with W. T. Rlgdon, 460 vourt strcot. 5-27-eodtf Oottngo Undertaking Parlors Cottago and Chomeketa sts.; calls Jay or night; J. O. SHI. Phono 72i. Several Now Houses For salo or ront. For prices and terms boo Vogct Lumbor Company. Wntcli the Fnlniioiint UoyB clonn them at tho Leaguo grounds tomorrow. Attention, Everybody Danco at tho Auditorium tonight, McElroy's orchestra. Admission 10c. Irrigation Bills All Irrigation bills paid during tho month of Juno will bo subjoct to 10 por cent discount. G-14-30. For Stovo Wood And ooal cnll 198. Company. Vogot Lumber Baseball Third Rogt. O. N. G. of Portland vs. Fnlrmounts; 2:30 tomorrow; Lcaguo grounds. Ask tho Cheese About tho dance at tho Auditorium tonight. Good music, nood floor. good tlmo. Evorybody wolcomo. The Host ItcMilts Aro obtained' by buying Folger's Golden Guto Coffoo wholo roast and grinding It a4 homo beforo using. Family Mails Served- Wo mako a specialty of catorlng to tho boat family trade. Try our Sun day dlnnors. Harnett's Cafo. Attention, Hverylody . Danco at tho Auditorium tonight. McElroy's orchestra. Admission 10c. ItarpiliiH In Odd Lots Of nil kind" of goods at Barnos' Cash Stoio. Soo adv. on pago 7. Look Over tho Bargain Tables At Barn s' Cash Store. Prlcos greatly reduced on hrokon linos In nil (Icpartmont3. Seo ndv. on page 7. Thin .Menus Dollars To you. Two of tho gvtatost Invou tlons of modorn times on oxhlbltlon In Dorcas Bros Hop Office. Groater money makor than tolephono. Call nnd seo thorn; freo demonstration. 3-81-tf A Phono Ordei Will brltiK your grocery wants to you as quickly nnd as satisfactorily n though you call In person for them nt tho J. M. Lawronco grocory, cornor of Forry and Commercial stroots. Phono 311. Offer 1m of Farm Thomas Davidson Jr., now residing In Sheridan, Or., but who formerly lived hero, hns offered to the city of Salem for park purposon an Indefinite lease without chargo a farm of 200 acres at tho soiithorn limits of tho city. It Is probable tho offer will bo necoptod. Crouds ut Dreamland The Dreamland thentro has had big crowd,; tho prst two days, and U making good with tho people. Tho now management puts on throo mo tion pictures and two'songs, and has a now progrum ovory two days. Mls Lanco continues to bo tho popular singer of the Dreamland- Fliwli Case Next Month It Is ox poet od that sovornl murdor eases and other Important criminal mattors will bo nrguod In tho su premo court In July. Tho case of the stnto vs. llembroo, charged with mur der In tho first dogroo. will bo ar gued about July 15. Other murdor cases to como up next mouth nro tho Finch nnd Jancljng oases. Tho Ross cnso will recolvo early consideration also. Attornoy Clarenco Reaines of Medford Is In tho city preparing a transcript for appeal of tho Crator Lake cnso. The Warner Valloy ensea will come up also during the a u nun or, Try Crystalots For tho breath. For sale at: Moyor'a barber shop. Eckerlen's. Waters' cigar store. Adolph's cigar store. Dick MadlBon's. Tho Spa. Willamette Hotel. Tho Council, Talklngton's. ' Tho Court. SHIP TO SMITH Ho Is tho man who pays you promptly and ho does not cha 'g commission. For good, rat qual ity of produco wo aro paying ns follews: Drossod Veal under 130 lbs., 8c; Drossed Fork of any size as long ns It Is young, fnt and sweet, wo will pay 10c. Largo Veal is paid for according to size. Llvo Chickens He. Frosh Eggs 22c. FHAXK Ij. SMITH MEAT CO. "Fighting the Reef Trust" Portland, Or. Good Blood Means good healthy and Hood's Sarsaparllla has an unapproachod record as a blood-purlflor. It effects its wonderful cures, not simply becnuso it contains sarsaparllla but becauso it combines tho utmost remedial values of moro than 20diffcrcnt ingredients. There is no real substitute for it. If urged to buy any preparation said to bo "just as good" you may bo euro it is inferior, costs less to mako, and yields tho dcnlor a larger profit. Get Ilood't Sanaparills totUj. In unnal llqnM form or In chocolated tablet! known as Hnraataba. Now Tlmo Card Tho Oregon Electric Is arranging a new tlmo card to operato Its trains, to meet tho changes la tho S. P. Co's chcdulcs. , Soldiers' Home All Right Mr. A. Amorman, who Is hero from Roseburg, r.nd who Is an lnmato of tho soldloru' homo at that place, says that thoro Id no shortngo at that In stitution; tLat tlw homo is well kept, and ovorythlng possibio is proviaoa for tho caro and comfort of tho old soldiers. Thoro nro a fow cranks, of courso, who would complain, as did tho Hcbrowo about manna from heaven, but, outoldo of these, tho In mates nro all satisfied, .both with what tho government does for them, nnd with tho management of tho homo. A Seiislblo Gnmo Warden Tho problem of issuing anglors' li censes to boys under 15 years of ago and to womon, has agafn boon ro vlvcd by tho officials. State Gamo Wardon R. O. Stovon on, who Is lo cated at Forest Grove, has sont a communication to County Clork Al len, In which ho states that, owing to tho law bolng Intended to oxompt womon nnd and chlldron under 15 yenrs of ago from paying for anglers' licenses, ho has Isnuod Instructions to all his deputies not to molest or pros ocuto any woman or boy who Is de tected Moiling without a llconse. Thoso now In tructlons, glvon out by tho stnto gamo wardon, will probably do away with tho systom. tho county clerks now hnve of Issuing llconscs compelling tho womon and hoys to pay 25 eenti for tho Issuance of an nlUdndvIt, and 10 cents for tho filing of the papers. Tramp Willi Money Chief Gibson of tho local polico forco Is doing a lino business In tho travoling hobo line now that tho Scattlo exposition has started, and thoro Is not a night passes that falls to bring In from two to n dozon knights of tho box-car. Uoforo tho big show started up In Scattlo tho trains through Snlom very seldom returned to tho city basttlo with n subject, but nt prosont a good patrol wagon would bo handy. Theso fol lows, however, nro not tho sort who. nro always bont on mischief, nnd many of them aro common working men from different points of Califor nia, making tholr way to seo tho fair without spending nil tholr hard-earned dollnrs for rnllroad faro, many of them having quite snug "tuns of tnonoy. Chief Gibson (loos not do tain thorn long unlo s ho has an occasion to look further Into tholr history, and tho first thing in tho morning tho roll la callod and tho "night sloopors" nro sent on tholr rospectlvo wnys, some going north nnd soino roturnlng to tho land of oranges nnd snndwlchos. Tho Stranger Objected A man who had evidently boon tho recipient of a month's wagos, and bont upon getting rid of It as fast as possibio, wnj taken to tho city lock up this morning by Ofllcors Gibson nnd Murphy for raising n row on tho cornor of Stato and High streets. When tho polico found tho tipsy In dividual, ho was talking In a loud volco, nnd tho lnngunge he was using Is not tho kind found In naxtor's hints to tho unconverted. Tho fol lows vulgar talk did not censo until tho two guardians of tho law stoppod up and placed him under arrost, as It mado him all tho moro determined to raise a quarrel, nnd ho began to light Tho polico dealt with him In tho gon tlost mnnnor possibio until they got him a block toward tho Jail, when tho now onrngod man began a lively ro s'stanco, and tho polico woro com pelled to take him down on tho side walk and put tho "darby" on him. This put a stop to tho light and tond od to somewhat cool htm off. Ho was then oscorted to tho Jail and locked up in ono of tho dark rooms, whoro ho can dovolop a moro nmlc nblo mood. Tho polico have had very fow casog of this kind during tho pa t fow years, nnd tho struggle be tween officers and fighting men drow qulto a crowd. Judge Mooros will look Into Mr. John Dee's case about noxt Monday morning, at which tlmo ho can havo an opportunity of ex plaining his unBOclablo refusal to accept tho officers' Invitation to visit tho city building. Irrigation Bills All irrigation b'lls paid during tho month of Juno will bo subject to 10 per cent discount. 6-14-30. This Is the Tlmo of Year To buy summer dusters. Call on F. E. Sliafer for them. Best line of harness In city. F. E. Sharer, 187 South Commercial street. 5-5-eodtjt Prepare for the Hot Weather Electric Fans and Flat Irons AT HIDE BROS.' ELECTRIC COMPANY KLKCTR1C WIRING AND SUPPLIES. PnONE 451 lt North Liberty Street HIS FRIENDS SWOOP DOWN ON COL PAGE Tho beautiful country homo of Col. L. K. Page, near Chomawn, was tho scone of n merry picnic on last Fri day, when tho Ladles' Aid society of tho First Presbyterian church and tholr friends, numbering about sixty in all, doscondod on tho plnco in bug gies, automobiles and tho Oregon electric cars, thoso In tho lattor bo lng convoyed to thehouso In u buy rack, sent to tho station to moot them. A large now burn In courso of con struction hud been transformed Into a lovely banquot hall by tho uso of evergreen boughs and flowers und two largo tables. These were soon loaded with tho lunches brought by the Indies and tho many delicacies provided by Mrs. Page and Miss Ma bel Page, consisting of cottage cheese, fresh buttermilk, cream from the flue Jersey cows, and luscious strawber ries. Aftor lunch tho younger (?) sot, led by Rov. II. T. llabcock und Mrs. lloothby, hud somo morry games, nnd tlio remainder of tho tlmo wns spent In Boeing tho fine horses, cnttlo, chlckons and other Interesting fea tures of this model farm. Not content with tho sumptuous lunch sorved at noon our hostess caned tho party In nt 5 p. in. to par take of Ice crcu maud cako to which alt did Justice, though declaring a short tlmo boforo thoy could not cat another morsol. All too soon tho rays of the sotting sun warned us that our pleasant day was ovor. Reluctantly wo bndo adiou to Col. Page and his gonial wife nnd daughter and loft for our homos, but pleasant momorles will linger with us, of tho happy hours spent with our Kind frlonds In their beautiful homo. NEMO. BONE OF LAMB'S LEG GRAFTED ON HIS OWN United 1'rcM I.caicil Wire. Chicago, Juno 20. With tho leg bono of an Illinois lamb grafted to tho Joint from which formerly de pended his own right tibia, Docoarl Townsoud Is tho object of unusual In terest among medical men in this city. Towusend was Injured in an ele vator accident, nnd It was thought his right leg would have to bo am putated. Dr. Casslus Rodgers called In consultation, suggested the rare operation of grafting the bono of n lamb an operation novor before at tempted In America, and only two or throe times boforn In surgical history, Townsoud boro tho operation well and his complete recovery Is pre dicted. WON SHOOTING MATCH WITH TWENTY STRAIGHT Chicago, Juno 2G. Prod Shat tuck, of Columbus, today won tho annual grand Amorlcau trnpshootlug handicap, with John R Livingstone, Springfield, Ala., a closo second. Tho two mon woro tlod at tho conclu sion ot yostorday's ovont, and tho match today wan to dotormlno tho championship. Shnttuck broko 20 straight blrd, LIvlngstono gottlng a scoro of 19 straight boforo missing. . . No Freo Tools for Farrem D,Rp WEATHER BUREAU SAYS COOLER WEATHER (United I'rrti l.eniwl vire.J Washington, Juno 20. Tho United Statos weather bureau Issued a fore cast today predicting coolor wenthor for tho occtlon of tho country lying oast of the Rocky mountains. TWELVE DEAD (Continued from Page 1) Frnucoscn Sabatlnl, slnshod himself with n razor early todny. Ho lies at tho hospital, nnd probably will dlo boforo night. Tho man cronted a panic In tho strcot before his homo when ho appeared in tho doorway, brandishing tho razor and omitting maniacal scrcc.ms, Yostorday's awful record was 12 additional dentlio and more than 50 prostrations. Many of thoo ovor como will dlo. Thousands ngaln slept on tlm sidewalk last night, and tho Bufforlng wnu Intonso In ovory ectlon of tho city. A llfe-slvlnp; rain, which foil In tho early morning, has moderated tho tomporaturo slightly. Many persons rushed from tholr beds to stand In tho downpour. o . Itasolmll Tomorrow Tomorrow nftornoon nt 2:30 tho fight for supremacy will bo on bo tweon Jho Fnlrmount basoball team and tho team from tho Third regl mont of the Orogon National Guard of Portland at t-o Asylum avonuo ball park. Tho manager of tho Fair mount club, Waldo Miller, has de cided to put tho little lightning Jerker Dnuo in tho box against tho gallant boys In bluo tomorrow, with tho nn tlclpation that Dauo will make things hum. Dane is certainly tho pitchor that will put tho Third regiment team In tho clouds and Falrmount should win tomorrow, making an even break with tho Portland team. Wanted Washwoman to call for and return clothes. Inquire L. J. Kll dall, Star Theatre. 6-26-3t OOOOOOOOOOU 0 PERSONAL MENTION OOOOOOOOOOO Mlso Mnbol Strong, of Portland, returned Lcmo yo3tordny aftor visit ing frlonds horo. Mr. and Mrs, Hobort Frost, of San Frr.ncl co, Cal nro visiting at tho homo of Mr, nnd Mrs. II. G. Moyor. Mr. Froct la a tiephow of Mr. Moyor, and tho Cnlffornlan3 aro on an ex tended bridal tour. Mr. F. Ntvmnrk, of Minneapolis, formerly of McGregor, Iown, has boon vi3ltlng Salem frlonds. Miss Ethol Durkholdor loft this morning for tho Shophord New Min eral Springs,-nt Carson, Washington, whoro sho will romaln as tho guoet of friends for a fow days. BERNARD LAGAN S WILL RECOVER United Press Leased WIre.l San Francisco, Juno 20. Oornnrd Lagan, who was shot by Polico Cnp taln, Michael Conboy whllo tho lattor was Intoxicated, will rocovor from his wounds, according to tho belief of his physician, Dr. Wallace Torry. Ills condition today Is much Improved. Ho Is nblo to Bpoak, but cannot movo his lower limbs. Torry Is of tho opinion that he will bo a life-long paralytic. Proceedings against Captain Con boy will bo filed with tho polico com missioner Thursday. Notaries Appointed, i List of notarial commlsslonillMued In nnd for Orogon Juno 25: David L. LoForro, Mllwmiklo; E. O. Alfrodson, Portland; F. m Bran donborg, Portland. Nor wich Union Fire Insurance Company Frank Meredith, Resident Agent Room 13, Ladd & Bush, Bank Building. ' MONEY TO LOAN VHOS. K. FORD Ovor Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or PIANO TUNING JjUTKLLUfl Ij. woods. unlng, polishing, repairing. Ph'oCOS OOOOOOOOOOOO O MCUlf TfinAY O OOOOOOOOOOO Lost or Stolen Bovernl wooks ago, a Snoll blcyclo, two or throo years old; stool rims. Roturn to Jour nal ofllco for reward. 4-3-tf Snap if taken storo Juno 1 57 acres, 30 In Italian prunes, 3 In Po ntes, 5 In wlntor npplcs, 2 In Eng- f llsh walnuts, 3 years eld: 3 In Royal Ann cnorrlos and Bartlett pears; flno gurdon; good houso, 2 barns nnd fruit dryor; $10,500, If, sold quick. Six miles from city. Moyor & Bell Land Co., 347 Stato stroot. Phono 857. 5-4-tf Found A nlco shophord pup, near ly grown, bos como to my houso on South Commercial stroot, cor nor of Lincoln, Tf ownor doos not cnll for him will glvo him to nnyono who will glvo him a good homo. Raymond Lowls. Phono 072. 0-25-tf. l'or Rent Desk room on ground floor, good location. Inqulro ot W. A. Llston, 484 Court at., Salem, Or. Phono 1321. 0-20tf Agents Send for freo copy of "Tho Thomas jgont" tho grcatost ngonts' paper ovor publlshod; filled with monoy making plans: no 11 conuo tax decision of tho supromo court; polntors to ngonts; ovory ugeut In tho U. S. should havo a copy at once. Address today, ThomnB Company, 33G9 Barney block, Dayton, O. 0-2G-U Wanted Boya to sell Saturday Ev- onlng Post. Call at Journal of fico. 6-26-3t For Snlo Bird dog pups. Address J. H. Shufdr, Turner, Ore. Phone 33x1 Fuimors. C-2G-3t Painter and Paper Hnngor Esti mates rafdo and flrBt-clas work dono. I. D. Driver, 507 Capital stroot, Sslora, Orogon. Phono 926 6-26- Wanted A palntor. Phono 70C or call 5G5 N, High at. 6-2G-3t Por Sale Sovoral houses iu Salem, and farm lands at a bargain. Cap ital National Bank. 6-l-eod $1,150.00 Flno 5-room nouso, bath, elec tric light, water all through houso; lot G6x50. $650 cash, balance on tlmo, or will trade, Meyer & Belle Land Co. 437 State. Phono 857 New Hotel Located at Hoover, Or., two and one-halt miles east of Detroit at the end ot O. & E. R. R., on Santlam river. Newly furnished rooms and good board at reasonable rates. Hunt ing and fishing first-class. For In formation write HOOVER LUMBER CO., .Hoover, Or. V fl W '