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"""" SMtUK'jraECmi -js!?nna a.Karanwrxu. DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUKS1UV, AUUUST 21, 1000. ww THE CAPITAL JOURNAL Ih U0FKl Kdltor nnd Troprlotor lodcponrtuiii Sewiiaf DerttM to Atntrlcfta Principle and the I'AiirwK uti.t Perelopemeut of Atl Oregon. Publlshod Bfery Kfaaftw Kxeejlt Siindr, sTns,iii,rio HiTKti. (luVBrtablr Id Artmnce.) Drily, br wrrier, per ycr Drilf, by mall, per ycnr - 9eekV, fy mII4 per venr........ , .w.oo Per 4.(0 ..00 for Six nUT PEW, DAYS TILL CTKOUB. Great Event Is Awaited With TJn usunl Amount of Inipattcnco. Thousands of visitors aro expect ed In Balem next Thursday to so Iho ntngling Brothcra' big circus, Tho town Itself will turn out gen erously, on It always docs on Itlns 11ns day. News from other points has It that novor boforo In their romark afolo hl'stroy havo theao flvo brothora mndo such Important changes and co many Improvements as this oca son. In Now York City the circus was described as tho flnost ovor seen there. Tho Bchumann performing horses, Iloblldollo tho wire wizard, tho Lorch family of acrobata, tho tele phoning olophants, tho double-oom-ersaultlng automobllo act, tho Ar thur Saxon trio of strong men, tho ballon pig. tho missing link nnd tho great opening spcctaclo give somo Idea of what visitors mny ex pect. Thoro Is much moro to tho pro gram and nono of It Is commonplace) or old. In selecting tho hordo of porformors that aro concerned In tho giving of tho show, tho foreign agents sont out by Itlngllng Broth ers searched ovory nook nnd cornor of tho old world In quest of novol ty. Tho result exceeded tholr .bright est hopes. Thoro aro 300 Euro peans and Asiatics among tho act ors. But fow of them woro over In America before. Tho pnrndo In tho morning will bo a pngcant to bo romomborcd as long us ono lives. It will bo three miles long nnd ono chain of novol tics. Camels, giraffes, olophants and ovon zobrns driven In harness and hitched to tableau floats nro somo of tho odd features, Thoso who wish to avoid tho crowd on tho show grounds can buy reserved seats and ndmlelons nil show day nt Pntton Brothora' book ftoro nnd tho prices there will bo tho samo as charged on tho circus lot In tho rogular ticket wagons. BUILDING DAM TO PROTECT THE BRIDGE Judge W. M. UiiHhuy of Salem cuino ovor the first of tho week to comtnuueu work on moiiiu necessary ropalrn to tho county bridge and the construction of u wing dam to hold tho Saiitlam rlvor In Its proper chan nel. This work Is tho result of an agree inout between Judge Duncan anil iho county commissioners of I. Inn county and Judge Ilushuy ami Commlmilmiur Uwkwlth, at a conference held hero about n month ago. Tho approaches to the bridge on both Hides of the rlvur were found to lie In good shape nnd It was only on tho bridge piopur and the mVis that needed repairs. The main imns of thu bridge will havo a new floor mid the piers that Btipport this long bridge (omul to bo In a woakenod eon dltlon and will be replaced with new ones of concrete The river u short distance above the bridge had threatened to change Its coursu, and It was almost a cer tainty that In another )iur unless something was done it would leave Ita natural channel and flow down through Linn county, leaving a dry bed under the brldgu., To remedy this nud keep tho river where It now Is It was decided to build uu Immense wing dutn. This dam will be moro than 300 feet lu length, 10 feet wldo at tho bottom, eight feet across the top and eight feet high, Hock nnd brush will bo used lu tho construction as this proved to be tho strongest ftud least expensive of nny mnterlal and under HniiiHHiiiiniimm ; : DEPOSIT Yow Savings i :: S With Us- '. '. Thy will earn interest Uml te avatfoble when wanted Savigs Department Cajrflal National Bank jrv EIcm, Ore. mouth.... ..40o ,...asc ... Kc month.. . montbi . the clrcumstnnceB nnswer tho samo purpoeo as n dam mndo of concrete nnd other costly mnterlal. Tom Smith Iiob chnrgo of this work and sovoral mon and teams started on tho Job last Tuesday morning. An soon na tho foundation la laid and the work goto under way In good slinno moro men nnd teams will bo put on and tho work rushed as fast iib possible. It will requiro uirco weeks or nmonth to complete tho work nlrcndy started. Stnyton Mall. ESCAPED CONVICT CAUGHT AT PORTLAND United Press Leased Wtrcl Portland, Aug. 24. Tho capturo of Henry E. Roberts, who escaped from tho Oregon state ponltontlary at Salem last Juno, rovealod today that tho man was armed with a re volver and rod popper In ordor to mako a dosporato roslstonco against being recaptured. Itoborts said that ho had tho rod poppor for tho purposo of throwing It In tho oycB of bloodhounds In. caso thoy were set after him. Ho boast--ed thnt ho would havo used tho re volver on Ills pursuers If thoy had not caught him unawares. Itobcrts was sont to tho ponlton tlary several years ago from Oswego. When asked why ho staid near tho sccno ot his former enmo itoncrw replied that ho had n long list of porsonB ho wanted to "got" who woro responsible iot ms serving tlmo. BROKE HIS ANKLE BUT SAVED HIS LIFE (Unltrd Press Ieiri Wtr-I San Francisco, Aug. 24. HIb foot ! conight In n switch frog and a train bearing d6wn upon him, Joseph Do Santo, a resident of Ocean View, saved hlmsolt from death last night by deliberately breaking his ankle., Do Santo wnB crossing tho tracks nenr Fourth ana Townsona siroois whon ho stopped on the frog and his shoo caught between tho two rails. Ho tried to pull himself looso but his foot was tightly wedged. A moment later tho warning shriek of n locomotlvo whistle- told hlni ot tho rapid approach ot a train j Tho onglno was nearly on him whon tho man gnvo n desporato wrench, which broko his nnklo, nnd nt tho samo tlmo extricated himself from tho frog, A moment later tho trnln rolled ovor tho spot whero tho man's foot ! hnd hold him prisoner. He was later found nnd taken to tho omergoncy hospital for treatment, SQUIRREL STARTED BIG FOREST FIRE (United l'ttii Leased Wlre.l Grass Vnllcy, Cal., Aug. 24 A treo Bqulrrol Is believed to bo re sponsible for tho forest Are which broke nut at Spenservllle, a fow nillos below here. The llttlo animal ran up n pole nnd struck ono of the high tension electric wires nnd caused a short circuit through Its body which caused tho wire to burn lu two. Tho wlro fell to earth where It sputtered and started a flro in the grnsi. This was quickly communi cated to tho forest trees surround ing and a big conflagration was threatened when the fire was dls cowred by a rancher. ITCHING ERUPTIONS QUICKLY CURED Just a fow drops of Oil of Winter- green properly compounded and washed luto tho ekln will tako away Instantly the worst kind of Itch. If you tire suffering with any kind ot ttktu trouble, such ft summer rashes, prickly heat, poison Ivy. poi son oak. etc.. you onn rid yoursolf ot the itch in ten seconds by wash ing with Oil of w'lntorgreen com pounded In D. D. D. Prescription Physicians recognize D. D. O as tho standard for eczema and Psoriasis, nnd it has certainly been found In valuable for all other skin diseases. J. C. Perry. o .. .... Mrs Pals U rvnw-, wife of Cartoonist Homr Davenport. Is su ng to p-'pnrft'len She aHiges nbap " Illicit THREE CONVICTS ESCAPE Seen on Minto Island but Dark ness Compelled Officers to Abandon Search Temporarily. Tho Bhcrlff of this county is wait ing to hear somo further news from tho three convicts who escaped from tho penitentiary last Monday. Sun day morning a tolophono call camo to tho offlco to tho offoct thrco men had been seen on Minto island south west of this city and had attempted to hlro somo mon to row them across tho rlvor, but tho men, recognizing tho prison garb which one of the convicts was wearing at tho tlmo, rc fUBcd to transport them to the other shore. Shorlff Minto phoned to Sher iff Grant of Polk county nnd to tho marshal of Indopcndonco to drivo In from tholr respective locations on tho west and south of tho Island, and hlmsolf nnd Wnltor Johnson crossed tho slough Just south of hero nnd picked up tho trail of tho escapes. Tho convicts had stayed all night in tho Minto hop houses nnd left Sun day morning nrmed with nn old shot gun nnd several roundB of buckshot nnd powder which thoy found in the hop houso, and had gono nearly duo south. Shorlff Minto nnd Mr. Johnson tracked them through tho mnny little swales and miniature coulees located all ovor tho islnnd until thoy met Shorlff Grant with n deputy and tho officer from Indopcndonco. Tho Polk county officers loft Sheriff Minto and Mr. Johnson nnd had been gono but n short tlmo when tho ocnl men saw n man dressed in prison clothes run ning toward them down a cow path through tho brush. Sheriff Minto nnd Mr. Johnson Btcppod off into tho brush expecting tho man to conttnuo V flight, but he evidently caught Bight of tho officer boforo thoy step ped nsldo, ob ho turned oft nt onco. Shorlff Minto nnd Johnson picked 'up tho follow's trail where he loft tho path nnd followed It for somo dis tance, but owing to darkness coming Inn ihnv iin ..lvntinlliiil In trlvn If nil nm r(jtHrn homo Cured Hay Fever and Somracr Gold A. S. Nusbaum, Batesvlllo, Ind., wrltes: "Last year I suffered for threo months with a summer cold to distressing that it Interfered with my business. I had many of tho symptoms of hay fover and a doc- tor's prescription did not roach my case, and I took soverai medicines which soomed only to aggravate It. Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foloy's Honey and Tor. It quickly cured me. My wife has since used Foley's Honoy and Tar with the samo success." For sale by J O. Perry. o Work of constructing tho Portland Mount Hood railroad, which ban boon abandoned since the panic of 1907, is to bo resumed nt once. o- if you aro all run down Foley's Kidney Remedy will help you. It strengthens tho kldnoys so they will eliminate tho Impurities from the blood that depress the nerves and cnuso exhaustion, backache, rheuma tism and urinary Irregularities. whirti . n, vit.ut n nn 4.1. Take Foley's Kidney ' Remedy at once. For sale by J. O. Perry. i OF FIFTEEN BROTHERS LAST ONE IS DEAD (Unltrd rr l,w1 Wlrt.l Seattle, Aug. H, The lust of a race of great shipbuilders and tho survivor of 15 brothers, all engaged In the sumo business. Henry Knox Hall is dead at Winslow, Wash., 0( heart failure, uged 79 years. m ..o- . -... . ...u. ,.... .m iu 6 Hall brothers formed a partnership In Cohasset. Mass.. to build and on- orate sailing vessels. About 35 years ago they moved to Port Dlakeley, Wash., and created a new firm under the nnm of the Hall Marine Railway ' and Shipbuilding Company. In every part of the globe nro to be found stanch vessels built by this concorn. I Among the ships turned out bythe Hall concern was tho Fred E. San ler, which established a record from San Francisco to Seattle that has nevor been equaled by n sailing ves sel, Weak women should read my nook No. 4 for Women." It tells nt Dr. Snoop's Night Cure. Tells how those soothing, healing, antlieptto auppo'ltorloa bring quick and certain help The book Is fret. Addms U Snoop, Racine. Wis Capital lrrg jtrri' iHs!:J ! -X-RAYS AND SMILES jjsHc 1 About tho most Jntolllgont actors ' In the Uncle Tom's Cabin bnrn , storming bunohes Is tho hound pups. i There was no quorum of the city cuncll Inst night nnd nearly tho samo i conditions prevailed at tho opera house. Some one asks: "What is civi lization?" Well, to most folks it means clothes, food, recreation andn transportation and soap. Heney maybo thinks ho can run faster because his name was on two tickets. Like tho Frenchmen who hired tho livery team and got two whips so thoy could travel twlco as far. If Harrlmnn over sees that statu o of Jim Hill at Seattle he will aban don nny old routo If ho hears Hill is after It. Hill ought to tako It up tho DcschutcB and shoot It. Honoy saya ho will run for prose cuting attorney for San Francisco. Somo folks havo a pretty firm idea that Mr. Honoy 1b mistakon and thnt Mr. Hcnoy will walk. La Grando as had an attack ot Undo Tom's Cabin, as tho blamed thing Is virulently contagious It Is hoped tho health ofMccrB, will herd It by. "Sweet Auburn" may havo boon tho lpvellcst ot tho plain, hut yester day at Scattlo tho Judges selected tho loveliest of tho fair, and also of tho A.-Y.-P. visitors, it'a a deaJ shot eho wasn't Auburn olthor. Whon a hog goes Into tho packing houses nt 7 conts por pound and comes out breakfast bacon nnd hams at 2G cents a pound, tho consumer fools llko ho wotuld onjoy processing tho packing houBo hog who runs tho other hog through his pncklng hous An exchango says Oregon Is tho mecca for. great mon. It ought to bo, for tho homo supply Is shy. Ono crop that seems to havo failed In Oregon. Always excepting tho hot- houso for thorn at tho corner of Sixth nnd Alder In Portland. Tho social snobs of Chicago aro arranging to cntcrtnln Taft on the theory that thoy aro tho only Amcrl enn citizens good enough to seo tho nation's president. And Tnft says ho would rather go out on tho bleacher and seo a ball garno than be bothered with tho clucking of so ciety hena and jnanlnlty ot tho Jack nnt'cal self-appointed representa tives of a great city. Tho dispatches today cay that Mmo. Zcgglo, formerly an Ameri can girl, Is visiting In Lonox, Mass., and thnt alio will givo a party In honor of hor pet monkey this week. Sho carrloi it around In a gold cago and values It nt $5000 Generally Americans classify American glhlB who marry foreign titles as fools, hut j when a caso llko tho abovo occurs I .ono nmurnny leeis sorry ror mo nu-. unuu. MIMING PROPERTIES UNDER THE HAMMER PlttBburK. Auk 24. All tho prop. ertloi Include inlnoa nnd smelter. Copper company In tho vicinity of. Uutte will be sold at auction nt a ' trustee's sale hero today. Tho prop- urtles lnclud nilnea nnd smelters. - There aro 8 CO acres of land In Jef-, for&on county, Mont, and 23 lodo , claims in Lowls and Clnrko county. A number of letters patent and pnt-i em rights, foreign and domestic, , also are to bo sold. DYSPEPSIA "Having tka yoar wonderM CsiWi Mi.i fa three nioaths anil bcUUfe&Uftl cwed ol stomach catarrh and dyspefMi ' I tnlnk a word ol praUe TJ ' Cacarets' for their wonderful com? i yo j b,ve taken aumeroiM otaar a. , eUcl remedies but witkout avail, a4 1 ted that Caacarets relieve more ia a 4m ' , o"1" fJS2L,!2r 108 Matter St, Jersey City, N. J. ItuMMit. PUtbl, Pottoi. Taste Ooo. Do Good. Nvr SKtn.cen or impc Mc. Sfta. Navar old la bulk. 11m I i ubM tumped CCC Guaranteed m car or your nosey hick. W MFALS 15c Call and try them. Meals 15c. Hoard per week $2.75: also fur nished rooms very reasonable. AT T1IK Salem Restaurant WO C ilMT STm'KT Tlio Kind You Havo Always in uso for over 30 years, Vti Allow WutfTZV-CtfC All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good"nro hut Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health oC Infants and Children Expcrieuco against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Cnstorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo pubstnncc. Ita ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fercrlnhucss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind folic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation -ud Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Btoinnch and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORfA ALWAYS Boars tho (z&CcZki The Kind You-Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMI NTAUH OOMPNT. TT MUKY TKCCT. N(1 TO COT. UU lHHfWflHmlHlllllf SALEM A SSOCIATION Beer Sold in Cartoad Lots. Shipments in Kegs or Bot tled Beer to any Point on the Pacific Coast : : : : l Brewing Plant and Offices jj ; ; On Trade S In Wholesolc District Salem, Oregon ; ; THE HOME OF THE SPORTSMAN Fishing Tackle that Catches the Fish CUTLERY AMMUNITION BICYCLES ATHLETIC FIREARMS GOODS V e also have a large stock of second-hand Rifles, Re volvers and Shotguns. It will pay to investigate S .H0t. -". .Sb. .-B pNfaraa yeseg people for bookkeepers, stenograpken and gwural irwk. Tk development of the tlwnsatitta ia tke next few years. W. I. STALEY, PRINCIPAL "- IM11atMtMtJtJtJI tiNSURANCE GASOLINE STOVES .'aus of all sizes. P att & Lambert Varnishes. Sun sh ne Stains and Varnishes. Salem Hardware Co. Bought, nntl which has been hns homo tho signatnro of and hns heen mndo under Ius por nnnnl Himnrvlsinn filnco its infaiicv. no ono to deceive you In this. Signature of BREWERY I Northwest trill afford opening fcc Prtpart aov. Bend for eataiogoa, SALEM, OREGON ;p ,4v'(vv'4-(''i'1'U'i"- t St-"