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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGO.V. FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1811.
PAGE TWO the capital journal F. M. HOFER, Manager E. HOFER, Editor and Proprietor. Independent Newipp Devoted to AiMriean Principles and th Pngrm and DwelopJMnt of All Oregon Published Etmt Evening- Except Sunday, Salem, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATESl (Inuriablr In Advance) Daily, by Carrier, per rear- 16.00 Per month- 0Wlr.br Man. per rear 4.00 Per month- Teekly. by Man, per jwar- 1.00 Six monthi . 60c Kc . tflc FULL LEASED WUU5 TELEGRAPH REPORT LAFOLLEnE SCORES THE PRESIDENT (UNITKI) l'REH LKAHED WIKI.) Maaieon, Wis., March 3. "Dollar diplomacy," Japanese exclusion and a strong scoring of President Taft and Secretary Knox In connection with those names Is the central Inter est this week In LaFollette's maga slne, out today. The weekly, In Its leading article, says: "The Taft-Knox dollar diplomacy ba scored again. This time It Is on trade with Japan. America has aban doned its right to exclude Japanese laborers, leaving In Us place a 'gen tleman's agreement,' which, without a treaty provision, Is nothing. In re turn, If there Is any consideration given. It must be found In the likll hood that certain New York bankers will be permitted to participate In concessions for the construction of Manchurian railroads. "Dollar diplomacy Is more Inter ested In Morgan concessions than In Japanese exclusion. Dollar diplomacy traded the navy's secrets "Carnegie entered the armor plate business to make money, not from patriotic motives, and not in re sponse to any call 'rom God. He would have been more accurate If he had said that gold and the devil or dered him to go into business. He charged the government six cents a pound for armor plate, while manufactured steel did not exceed a cent and a half. His conscience does not even condemn his defrauding his country." FORTY-FIVE SUSPECTS TO BE ASSASSINATED CONCRETE STREET WORK RESUMED IN SHORT TIME Contractor Kehrberger says he is getting the spring fever to be at his work on South Commercial street, and has made all arrangements to put on a full force and rush the street through In two weeka when ever the street car corporation gets its track laid. The rails are on the ground, and General Manager Page says he Is about ready to go ahead. Mr. Kehrberger says he will, in a few days, begin work on putting In the curbs on Asylum avenue. There must be a new street car track laid there as well. Mr. Pugh has the contract for a concrete street on North Commercial street, although the property owners there have petitioned for bitulithlc. It Is not likely that the street com mltee will cancel his contract, with out bla consent. Mr. Albert South wick has been chosen by the proper ty owners to superintend the Kehr berger contracts, and that is perfect ly satisfactory to the city, as he oversaw Mr. Pugh's contract on North Winter street. ITALY AND AUSTRIA MAY HAVE A SCRAP ( U SITED If ESS LElSZD W1KI London, March 3. The agitation in Italy to regain possession of Trieste and Trent from Austria took active form today when the government hur ried troops and suns to the frontier. Despatches today say Austria also Is rushing soldiers toward the border. Further evidence that the relations between Austria, Germany and Italy are strained is seen in the announce ment that Francis Joseph will not visit King Victor Emmanuel during the celebration of the jubilee of Ita ly's unification. o A LITTLE SIDE-LIGHT OX PARISIAN HIGH LIFE Port Llmon, tlosta Rica, March 3. Forty-five saspiMs charged with complicity in the burning of the Cuartel at Managua, are to be shot, according to telegraphic confirmation received here today of advices brought here by passengers from Nice landing at Punta Arenas. Most prominent among the con demned prisoners Is Dr. E. Splnosa, a physician who is known from Mexico for con-it0 Argentina. tracts for the Schwab shipbuilding influential citizens of this and company. It is meddling in Turkey ' neighboring cities are planning meet- to get more concessions for American lngg of protest against the proposed financiers. What next? is there any- condemnations and telegrams have thing more, anything which Taft and been gent to president Taft, Secretary Knox will not give to foreign nations In exchange for the 'business' desired by their Wall-street friends?" o ' CHILE REFUSES TO SELL JAPAN A SMALL ISLAND Valparaiso. Chile, March 3. It was authoritatively stated here to day that Chile has refused a secret offer of Japan to buy Esaiter Island for a fortified naval base. Chile wished to use the land for .her own naval purposes. Easter Island or Rappa Nul, is In the Paclfla ocean 2300 miles west of the coast of Chile. It la small and volcanic, and Its highest point is 1970 feet above spa level. It ia the uppermost of the Polynesian group, and la notodi tor its; ancient statues and carved rocks, the works of pre historic people. The area of the Island Is about 50 square miles. SIZES UP THE OLD SINNER ABOUT RIGHT Chicago, March 3. Roasting An drew Carnegie to a brown turn, Rich ard T. Crane, president of the Crane Company, is out here today In the current issue of tho VaJve World with a criticism of the iron master's recent statement that he was "called'' from Scotland to America to make armor plate for the nation, Crane says: Knox and the Masonic lodge of San Jose, the Costa RIcan capital. o THE LADY HOW SEEMS CERTAIN OF HER MIND "You bet I will and I will be sure to not marry a whiskey barrel," was the response of Mrs. Margaret Bush man to the admonition of Judge Gal loway, upon granting her a divorce yesterday afternoon, to be sure that when she married again to get the right man. The charge made by Mrs. Bushman against her husband was habitual drunkenness. She is handsome, was prettily gowned, and In giving her testimony In response to questions by Deputy District Attorney Wins- low exhibited considerable wit. She declared that she had started her hus band in business but that he would drink up all the money and that to cure htm she had even gone to the extent of making htm live In a prohi bition town but he was past redemp' tlon. She was married In Portland In 1904 and besides securing a divorce, she was granted the custody of Carl Henry, her six year old child, o To Confer on Reciprocity. I UNITED 1'RKtlH 1.RAMKD WIHR.) Ottawa, Ont March 3. W. L. McKenzle King, mlnlBtor of labor, Is expected to go to Washington to confer with the president or his rep. resontutivea on possible amendments to the reciprocity agreement. He was in the house today, and, so far as oould be ascertained, has not yet de parted for Washington. THEY CHARGE ON PARIS WITH EROPLANES Pau, France, March 3. The first aerial charge in history was started from Pau today when .Captain Bellan ger led a squadron of aviators In a night to Paris, a distance of 473 miles. He was accompanied by Lieutenants Derose, De Malherbe and Prlncetau. The men used Blerlot monoplanes and flew in military for mation. The squadron expects to maintain the formation during the entire flight. The first descent Is planned for Chateau Roux and one other stop will be made en route. The squadron was expected to reach Paris tomorrow. CNITFJD I'BF.SS I.EASKD WIRE. Paris, March 3. Light was thrown on a curiosity of French life today when the police investigated charges made by the wife of M. Planchon, a wealthy bakery proprietor, that she lived In terror of her husband, who forced her to play servant to his affinity. The police say Planchon's wife did the drudgery,' while his affinity rode in carriages, wore the family jewels and ate her breakfast In bed brought to her by Mme. Planchon. Priest's Advice Led to Their Recovery Thin, weak, or frail people those who "take cold easily" and sufferers of Bron chitla and Asthma, ahould be prepared with Eikmana Alterative In the house, Remarkable cures of even Tuberculous (Consumptive) persons are often accom plished. Here are two Instances: Gentlemen: "On June 1. 1907. I was op erated upon for Tubercular Peritonitis at Bt. Mary's Hospital. Rochester, N. Y. After the operation my physicians gave me up, I was then urged by a priest to take Eckman'a Alterative, which I did. My weight at the time was 72 lbs. I began to improve and Bteadily gained in health and strength. I now weigh 12 lbs., and am absolutely cured." (Signed Affidavit) EDNA FINZER. 90 Savannah St., Rochester, N. T. Gentlemen: "I was troubled witn Asthma and Bronchitis for seventeen years. After trying many remedies, Eckman'a Alterative was recommended to me by our Parish Priest. I am now feeling fine. I cannot praise It enough. (Signed Affidavit) Anna Mae McEntee, Lacon, 111. Eckman'a Alterative cures Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Lung Affections. Ask for booklet of cured cases and write to the Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence. For Bale by all leading druggists and J. n. PERRY, Salem Oregon. BIG STORES OF PORTLAND BRANCH OUT t THE BEST STRONGEST AND MOST I DURABLE SEWER t ! PIPE MANUFACTURED gaS5 CEMENT MADE GLAZED SEWER PIPE It will pay you to inves- vestigate before placing i your order for Sewer t Connections. I Salem Sewer Pipe Co. t 263 LIBERTY STREET DAY WOULD BE MORE THAN ELEVEN HOURS CANADA TO ANNEX ONE OF WEST INDIES T YT 1 T7 Weak nerves mean nervous- Wf&ClK x V P.TD&. 9 ness nervous headaches, de r t vvw i bility. They call for good food, fresh air, and a nerve tonic. Let your doctor select the medicine. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. free from alcohol, f'"' Seize the Opportunity to Reduce our Stock Prior to moving into our new store we are making great reduc tions on all of our stock. 1 Power's Jewelry Store 247 North Commercial Street UNITED I'EEBS LEASED WIHK. Sacramnto, Cal., March 3. With the debate and vote In the senate on the 8-hour bill - for wpmen set for today, representatives of both labor and capital worked hard this morn ing to gain supporters. Lawyers and business men, representatives of the various branches of commerce and manufacturing opposing the bill were here la force, endeavoring to amend the bill to nine hours and to Include a clause permitting working over time 90 d?ys In the year. o SEATTLE "COLLEGE MAN" FIXES STATUS OP PEOPLE Now it is said that two large Port land department stores are thinking of putting in branches at Albany, Sa lem and Eugene. If they bring with them their present liberal use of newspaper space their advent will mean much to the newspapers of these towns. And there is no reason why they will not do so, as they know that printer's ink pays, when used in the right manner. Dallas Itemizer. CA0T DRAIX LAKE TAHOE UNITED I'BESS LEASED WIDE.l Montreal, March 3. The addition of another province to the Dominion of Canada Is the idea that Mr. L. B. McAulay brings back with hlin on re turning to this city today after a visit to the West Indies. The meet ing that took place in the Bahama Islands on February 20, was, Mr. Mc- Auley states, one of great enthusiasm. The legislature suspended Its sit tings and workmen dropped their tool h in the streets on the day of the meeting to talk over the question of asking Canada to annex them. Over 20,000 persons were present at. the meeting and only two dissenters were noticed. fl'NITED I'RESS LEASED WIRE. Seattle. Wash.. March 3. Hack- enschmldt, the Russian wrestler, who was to have appeared here the last of March In a match with Ordemann, or some other first-class wrestler, cannot show his prowess In Seattle. Claude Bannlek, the college gradu ate, wh was appointed acting chief of police by Mayor Dllllng, today said that the people who attended wrestling matches are not "the right sort." go he has forbidden the Haek ensichmldt match here. The proceeds were to have gone to the Chinese famine relief fund. UNITED NESS LEASED WIDE. ' Washington, March 3. President Taft today granted the Truckee Light and Power company permission to withdraw from a contract to con struct an artificial outlet for Lake Tahoe, which would have dried up the Truckee river. Strong opposition from Californlans along the stream caused the company to withdraw its claims. o WILL GOYERSOR VETO HIS ACTOJ ftNITKD PBE8S LEASED WIRB. Sacramento, Calif., March 3. Gov ernor Johnson will have to decide the fate of the bill appropriating $3,200 to supply him with an automobile. Senator Rush's bill reached the gov ernor today from the house. FAIR GROUSD FEED GROCERY AXD if 's ' U f. It '..::::?!!?; 1 a T 1 iHHillHMHH.' .' jc uuJULiltui-f I -1 Mi"7i?TTirr"'rT Best Patent hard wheat flour, sack U0 Best Salem Flour, sk $1.20 Extra Choice Sugar Cured Hams, per lb 18 He Nice Bacon 18c 2 lbs. Full Cream Cheese.. 85c 1 doz. Tomatoes 95c 1 doz. Salmon $1.00 (Your last chance to get the Metor Brand of Alaska Sal mon at this price.) 3 cans Milk (good) 25c 3 cans first class 4-oz. Oysters 25c Just received car load of alfalfa hay, per 100 lbs 80c 60 lb. sack Bran 80c Shorts, per sk $1.20 Oat Hay per 100 lbs 75c Rolled Oats and Barley, 100 lbs $1.50 Come and see me; I will save J you money. . t AH goods promptly delivered. R.N. MORRIS I Phone 1497. Celebrated Lear Turnrc. The Best Heater It will save you tr-- 'ey every day yo. own It. I ell ni d natal" the beat. Let me give ynu figures. See Me About an Individual lighting plant Tor your home. The best thing 1b I be market for ujoklng and lighting. A. L. Frasier Phone 13S. 25. State Street FRENCH FEMALE .PILLS. A Sirs, CiwTai ltiun for SirmnaiD H (rmui-now. NEVER KNOWN TO Mil. ain 9it- talioD UutrtblMd or ioo HrfnnJe.1. Item pr(imtd forfl.Oe per boi, W1U wnd them on trial. l h paid Tor when relieved. Barnplea Kree. If four drujrfUt dooa act bf Uwm avitd your ordera to Um NITED MCDICftLCO., BOR ret, UNCHTtit. pa. UNI1 Sold in SiScm by Dr. S. C. Stont I Salem Fence Works Headquarters for Woven Wire Fencing, Hop Wire, Barb Wire, Poultry Netting. Shin gles, Malthold Roofing, P. &. B. and Ready Roofing. All at the lowest prices. CBAS. D. MULLIGAN 250 Court street. Phone 124 Wnrning to Railroad Men. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are safe, sure and reliable, njid have been praised by thousands of women who have been restored to health through their gentle aid and curative properties. Sold by all dealers. Get it at Dr, Stone's Drug Store Salem's most poular res taurant THE WHITE. HOUSE We cater to the public who demand a good meal for a small price, Wm. McGilchrist & Sons. Gold Dust Flour Hade by tbe MYDNEY POWER COMPANY, Sydaey, Oregoa. Made fr Family Dm. Ask your grocer for It. Rraa aad kJhorta always oa haaa. P. B. WALLACE, Agt. AUSTRALIA DEALING WITH CORPORATIONS Look out for severe and even dan gerous kidney and bladder trouble resulting from years of railroading. Ge3. E. Bell, 639 Third street, Fort Wayne. Ind., was many years a con. ductor on the Nickel Plate. He says: "Twenty years of railroading left my kidneys In terrible condition. There was a continual pain across my back and hips and my kidneys gave me much distress, and the action of j my bladder woe frequent and most j painful. I got a supply of Foley's I Kidney Pills and the first bottle made a wonderful Improvement, and four j bottles cured ne completely. Since ! being cured I have recommended ! Foley's Kidney Pills to many of my j railroad friends." Red Cross Phar- macy. r UNITKD I RKHS I.tASKD WIRE Melbourne, March 3. Mr. Deakin, ex-premier of the commonwealth, has taken a strong stand on the question of the' referendum concerning the ex tension of the powers of the federal government. Speaking at Ballarat to day, Mr. Deakin stated that the state railways would become, under the proposals before the country, subject to federal control, while all other corporations would be obliged to obey both the states' laws and those of the commonwealth, which could not fall to cause endless confusion and litigation. TRUST BUSTING, SUITS ARE BEGUN IN CLEVELAND tt-NITKD rUCHS LKAMKD WIRS Cleveland, O., March 3. Big fed eral trust-busting suits wwe filed here today In the United States courts against 35 lamp and electrical supply manufacturers. T'lve of the companies are located In Ohio, four being Cleveland concerns. It Is alleged that these companies handle 97 per cent of the country's business, and that they are U a com bine In the restraint of trade. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOP I A !et It at Dr. Stone'a Drug Star 111 patent medicine or medicines ad rertlaed In this paper ar for aale DR. STONE'S Drug Store Tha only cash drug atora In Oregon owe no one, tod no on owea It. carries large stock ; Its shelve counter and show cases are loadeo with drugs, medicines, notions, tot let articles, wines and liquors of al ktids for medicinal purposes. Dr Stone Is a regular graduate In medi cine and has had many years of ei perlence in the practice. Consults tlous are free. Prescriptions ar free, and on'j regular price (or tued 'clus. Dr. Stone can be found ' als drug store, Salem, Or., from 1 in th morning until at night. Oregon. COLONIST FARES From the Middle and Eastern portions of the United States and Canada to Oregon, Washington and all the Northwest will prevail DAILY MARCH 10th TO APRIL 10th over the SOUTHERN PACIIFC LINES IN OREGON From Chicago nt $33.00 ' St. Louis 82.00 Omaha 25.00 Kansas City 25.00 St. Paul 25.00 nud from other cities corresponding, ly low. You Can PREPAY Fares The Colonist fares are Westbound only, but if you have relatives or friends or employees In the East whom you desire to bring to this state, you can deposit the value of the fare' with your local railroad agent and an order for a ticket will be tel egraphed to any address desired. Let the WORLD Know ! Of our vast resources and splendid opportunities for , Home Building Call on the undersigned tor good Instructive printed matter to send East, or give him the addresses of those to whom you " would like to have such matter sent. TOT. XcXURBAY General Passenger Agent Portland Oregon t-20-eod-tf MM t t X t t LOW ONE-WAY FARES To Oregon Electric Ry. Points Dally March 10th to April 10th St. Paul .....$25.00 Kansas City 25.00 Omaha 25.06 Des Moines 27.85 Indianapolis , . . 35.65 Chicago $33.00 Cincinnatti 87.90 Milwaukee 31.50 St. Louis 82.00 New York 50.00 From other points in proportion. Tell your friends in the east of this opportunity fit moving west on low rate through tickets via Burlington Route, Great Northern, Northern Pacific, "North Bank" and Oregon Electric lines. You can deposit with me and tlekets wi 1 be furnished people in the east. I will give details on request. C. E. ALBIN, Agent Oregon Electric Railway. W. F. COMAN, Gen'l Freight & Pass. Portland, Ore. Agt. The Bosom Sets Flat I The stud button holes exactly meet, the neck band does not bind on your neck; button boles exactly meet buttons, no bulging front, in Jact a perfect fit if we launder your shirts. It is done with our new STEAM PRESSES, which do not .ub or burn the fibre, but MOULD, the cuffs, neck band and bosom to a PERFECT SHAPE. Try the new work, Vlsliori welcome. Salem Steam Laundry VMUim South Liberty Street Phone 24 MMMM4MM MOt Ml I Make Want Advertising t Your Banker t i i i Journal want ads bring quick results t Try a Journal Want "Ad" for Results 1 PUD ' ll fat VtorLiV VinAl.M L! J . . - - ii t, V " """" or Buod. trouble, and urinary .rrt.a..nt. U, Foley K.ancv Pill, punly the blood., restore lo.t vitality n vigor. Rcluse .ubi"- FED CROSS PHARMACY.