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DAILY CAPITAL JOUItNAI. SALESt, OREGOX. MOXDAV, SEPTEMBER 10, H0.
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V'lhh INVHSTICJATI? '
THIS IS THE CHARGE ON WHICH
O. SMITH AND HENRY BOLES
AVERE ARRESTED "ORANGE
Ann WAS ANOTHER NAME
It remained for Constablo Irn
Hamilton arid Spealal Offlcor Prank
Smith had them undor survolllanco
prison bars a cotiplo of tho law-ureak-ors
who hflvo ovldontly lieon follow
ing tho f,flif and race circuit over tho
coast and baot-Ksslng undor tho
gulso'of a sottdrlnk concession at
tho Portland and Salom stato fairs,
and wero not successfully landed un
til the very last day of tho fair here,
after Constable Hamilton and Offlcor
Smith had tlfS miindor survolllanco
for the last threo days of 'tho exposi
tion.' They gavVi tho names of C.
Smith, and Harry Bolos, are both
Btrangors In this part of tho country
and they wero arrested Saturday af
ternoon and halQd before Justice of
tho Peace Webster this morning, and
tho tlmo fon their hearing hns been
Hot for tomorrow afternoon.
Tho pair had a softrdrlnk conces
sion at tho fair ground, and appeared
to bo doing a thriving business, when
all other aoft-drlnk and confection
booths wero not making expanses, and
this attracted tho attention of Con
Btablo Hamilton, who s'arted In up
on a quiet investigation, to tho end
that he satisfied hlmsolf that boozo
was being Bold In tho placo undor tho
name of "California Orangeade," but
tho "orangeade" in this caso was not
cried very loud, and was only served
in tho nature o' a "chasor" with soda
pop, and othor harmless and incipi
ent beverages, but ho could find no
ono that was willing to swear that
they had purchasod "boozo" In tho
place, until tho last day, whon Offlcor
Smith Bocurod enough witnesses to
convict tho twain of law-breaking
and thoy took them in. All the
"boozo" was gono when tho offlcors
modo tho raid upon tho Joint, but
thoy eeized tho" flvegallon domljohn
In which It had boon contained, and
this smellod sufflclontly strong of
"Papa's Broath" to warrant their ar
rest and dotention.
united rnr.sa lsIsed wirb.
ChlouRO. Sept. 10. Tho sanatoria!.
committee tbJit will Investigate tho
charges of corruption in connection
with tho oloctlon of William Lorlmor
to tho United States sonato will con
vono hero tomorrow. Tho committee
Is ompoworod to subpoena any one
whom thov doslro to oxamlno, and to
forco tho production of any document
It Is expected that Senator L,onmer
will bo called boforo tho committor.
It Is understood that tho commit
tee will follow tho samo general
method of procedure as tho Balllngor
The members of tho committee are
Snnator Burrows, Michigan; Gamblo,
South Dakota. Hoyburn, Idaho; Bulk-
eloy, Connecticut, Republicans; and
Frnzler, Tennessee; Payntor, Ken
tucky, and Johnson, Alabama, Democrats.
JESSE 1SON, 10 YEARS OLD,
SWIPES AUTO AND LEADS
SHERIFF A MERRY CHASE OK
0 MILES CAPTURED ONLY
WHEN GASOLINE GAVE OUT.
VAUDEVILLE MANAGER OFFERS
HIM $300 A WEEK UNCLE JOI
has iiKKN IN VAUDEVVILLE A
T,nXfi TIME. BUT NEVER GOT
THAT MUCH SALARY.
UNITED rnBHB LEASED WIBS.I
Toledo, O., Sept. 19. Speaker Jos
G. Cannon can Dick up a few odd dol
lars on tho stage, if ho is willing to
glvo 24 minutes a day. to It. Tho
vninlovlllo manarr rs bavo seen "Uncle
Joe," and want to claim him for their
own. A Toledo, theatrical nrm nas
wired Cannon an offar of ,p000 per
weok for a ten-weeks' ongagoment If
ho will appear twice dally for 12 min
utes at oach appearance.
Undo Joo Is not limited In tho sub
Inr.tH he cm select -to talk about. He
may sneak on anything from politics
to weather, or ho can toll a few of tho
funny stories with which tho maga
zincs and newspapers credit him. It
Is all ono to tho thmtrlcal men. Tho
monoy Is ready If ho will claim it.
I A Now York theatrical firm is said
to bo financially back of tho offer,
Texas takes a consorvatlvo stand
on tho question of prohibition. It
both rejects and indorses It.
Your complexion as well as your
tomper Is rendered nuseraDio Dy i
,iion.,i..rTi,1 iivnt Hv tnklnp flhnm
borlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets
you can lmprovo both. Sold by all
I Exclusive Suits
Wo are showing now the
very newest, latest and best'
of the season's correct outing
suits for men, Qu lines are
exclusively our. own, made to
our order, A number .of men,
imbued, for various reasons,
with the opinion that they are
hard to please have become
our steady patrons and CUT
THlR TAILOR BILL IN TWO.
Certain shades of brown are in
high favor this season, If you
don't see the style or the price
that you want, ask for it we
IN BAD HEALTH
LDNITED PRESS LEASED W1BE.1
Boston, Mass., Sept. 19. Fear is
expressed on all sides today that
Senator Lodge will not bo able to
keep his speaking engagements dur
ing the remainder of tho campaign
on account of poor health.
Though tho matter was known to
only a few, tho senator, aftor mak
ing a speech at Norwodd Saturday,
collapsed and fainted and it was
necessary to summon a pliysiclan.
Friends of Senator Lodge say this la
not the first time, he has fainted in
Tho clover and daring thief who
purloined and made a successful got-
away of tho 30-horso power Stude
bakor automobile from alongside the
owner's tent at the fair grounu3
early Saturday morning, has at las:
been run to earth and it transp'rpa
that It was but a more youth of 19
voars who was making a desperate
and all-but-successful attempt to get
his prlzo over the border line of the
state Into California when Sheriff
Bown, o-f Lane county, got onto his
trail with a dozen or so fast auto
mobiles and ran him down, after a
90-milo chase, into Douglas county.
Sheriff Mlnto departed for Eugeno
on the Southern Pacific overland
this morning to bring tho lad, who
.rivno Min nntno nf Jesse Ison. back
t-, ' .......
to Snlem to 'face his accuser and the
charge of grand larceny.
The theft of the automobile was
effected early Saturday morning from
alongside the tent of W. JK. De Vu-
uov. of Sclo, who Is camping with
hie fnmliv at. tho fa r grounds, ana
It wnfr Runnosed that there were sov
oral Implicated in the plot since the
mnnlilno was evidently trundled
awnv from tho tent before the en
clnes wero started and the machine
was not missed until Saturday morn
ing when the family arose from their
Rinmlinra. which wero not disturbed
In the least by the moving of tin
auto, which was a big and new Ave
passenger Studebaker. The lights
wero not filled, nor had they been
Blnco Dr. DeVanoy purchased the
machine and the thief must have
had somo trouble In finding his way
over the rough and muddy roads
without lights. Ho was first re
ported as having passed througu
Jofforson on Saturday and that was
tho last heard of him until he passed
through Eugeno tho samo evening-
Sheriff Bown, when Informed
that tho stolen nuto had passed
through his bailiwick, Immediately
prepared to go, and gave chase with
several automobiles, to the end that
tho bold and youthful thief was run
to tho end of his rope, but not until
his supply of gasoline had given out
and he had led them a chase of
about 90 miles of tho fastost riding
that Iho sheriff and his posseo had
ovor engaged In on a cross-country
run, into Douglas county. Hb was
heading for California as fast as tli
machlno would carry him and was
making Rood headway when recog
nized, chased and npprohonded. Sn
far as could bo learned, tho machlno
Is uninjured nslde from tho shaking
up It would naturally receive in Us
mad enreer at tho will of Its despor
ato mastor over good, bad and Indif
I'lmlnff ilnntt. frnm nlint nnd shell
In the civil war was more agreeable
to J. A. atone, oi tiomp, iex., wu
facing It from what doctors said was
consumption. "I contracted a stub
born cold" ho writes, "that develop
ed a cough that stuck to me In splto
of all remedies for years. Mv
welcht ran down to 130 pounds.
Then I began to use Dr. King's Now
Discovery, which completely curea
me. I now weigh 178 pounds." For
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irni nf thn house In tho noxt con-
gross that tho quuatlon of lemlorshli)
nnd tho ohalrmnnshli) of connnlttoos
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sldarntlon. ISxceut tho old gentlamtin who
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boon on tho house pay roll sluos
1S50 and a vory low othor votorana,
hundrads of omployos of tho house,
In ovont of an ovorturnlng, will bo
ousted to maUo way for tho Demo,
Southern members aro listed for
the beet plnoea. They havo steadily
sent Damporntlc roprosontotlvoa t"
Washington '" wrvioo they
have risen to the top In the Demo
oratlo membership of commlttoen.
Ohnmn OlarU. of Missouri, lander
of the DemoorttU In the preseut oon
grew, would, In all probability have
no opposition for the speakership.
Leadership of the Dwuoorata on the
lloor would devolve on Underwood,
of Alabama, who ranks next to
Clark on the committee on ways and
meana, und would be made lu chair
man, a poaltlpu that carrlce ith It
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Why not make the colonel chief
juctliv r ih' t'nlti'il Statf supremo
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