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Ail Kinds Holiday Goods
At irjih nrlrn Rnln nn hnfnrfi Christmas. Embroldorv. Bilk. I land-
1 1 Icorchlofs. Chlnaware. Toys, Gonte' and Ladles Furnishing Goods.
; Heavy Wrappers. All klnda of Garments and Ornaments. Court
! ! street, corner of alley,
Mkww kain 2953.
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WERE YOU TOO BUSY?
193 Commercial St.
Orer The Journal.
JOIIN H. COLKMAN, PllKSIDKNT, SaLKM, OltKGON.
College of Liberal Arts, Law, Art, Medicine, Moslc,
"" - Oratory, Theology.
PREPARATORY DEPARTMET-Ocen to students comclctine elebtti erode da
psarlment lower grades In pretaratory deortment- Besides afferdiie
professional training, the University seeks to clve a tboroKsn practical
education for all who are aware of the value of trained train.
"Snr un&u 1 t nCDlbTUEHT-nlf... VltiAriiiati riii In ifcjk 1hntv unit
IIID QVIJil'11' H-rpi4'iHM'-wiii
v practice of teacmntr. meets an tne requirements or siare scnoot iaw
Its teachers are In constant demand,
Catalogue Upon Application.
ntur Hftn Blofk
$ Cxpetieacei gutter end titter. Will
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Signs of Renewed Activity
In tho real estate world indicate la
creasing building operations this
Spring, an prompt us to remind yeu
that our facilities for supplying hard
and soft wood, lumber, lath, shlugks,
and other building materials are ex
ceptionally good. Wo will be pleased
to furnish estimates on contracts,
largo or small. A car of Mill City
GOODALE LUMBER CO.,
. Near 8. P. Pi Depot
i at moi ...). an .HM-aq
Sang Co. I
You did not send mo that onler for printing
last month. You had bettor do It now, Thar
la no bettor tlino. to get a fresh supply of sta
tionery thnu just before the new year. If you
ordor it soon it will bo ready for yoa.
the Job Printer.
a1iiviviiuivi'" " ' i" ""
guarantje all work Also dean
DAILY CAFKTAL JOURNAL, '8ALEM; OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER
How it Is Being Used
in the Hos
pitals A Subtle Power That Has
in, All Ages
It Is well known that
groat power over both
beast It can excite or It can sootho.
It can please or it can madden It
can ongondor fury or It can klndlo hymns and songs that by their asso
love. It can charm away the fiercest ! elation may havo a disquieting or ir-
grief or disarm tho severest rago.
enn soften pain or
soften pain or ease, and drlvo
despair and madness from tho mind.
It can uplift and onllvon. It can
depress and make sad.
Music has boen a fnvorho thonio
with tho posts. Shakespeare spoaks
of music as "a swoet sound that
jbreathoe upon a bank of vlolotu." In
his "Antony nnd Cleopatra ho pic
tures Cleopatra lovesick and forlorn
at the absence of Antony, asking for
music nnd calling It the "moody food
of those that trndo In love." And
again he cnlls it the "sliver sound
that comes with speedy relief for tho
grieved heart and oppressed mind."
Another poet pictures music as sooth
ing the savage breast, softening the
rocks and bending the knotted oak,
even causing Inanimate things to
move as living souls. Again, that
It can tame the most furious beast,
can make tho wojf or foaming TToar
restrain Ills rage; cause tha Hon,
king of beasts, to drop his crested
, maiio and listen nttentive to the voice
of song. That In music there Is a
sadness that move to tears, or again
it has magic wands that enchant the
souls of mortals,
I In all ages and In all cllmas tho
'subtle power of music has boon felt;
Its magic has been sung by the bards
of all nations. Soldiers on every bat-tlo-flcld
In tho world have been ral
lied and Inspired by Its martial
Btralns. Mortals hove boon lured to
llvos of idlo pleasure and sensuous
wantpnnoss by its seductive charm.
I Whllo from tho most ancient times
tho powor of music has boen recog
nized and usod In mnny wns, yet It
is only recently that Its Influence has
beon used as a euro for disease, us a
moans of restoring the sick to
health. In Now. York City a Society
J of Musical Tharapoutics has been, or
ganized, and It Is tho purpose of this
, society to Introduce Into the hospitals
'of that city musical treatment for
I In ono hospital, Sb Luke's, a splen
did organ was placed. Then, one day
after everything was In rendlncss, tho
great organ boomed out the opening
chords of a beautiful selection from
Schubert. As tho doep tones of tho or
B . ?
If Old Santa Claiis
Wo have had new goods arriving every day during tho last two
weeks, and are well prepared to supply the demand for holiday furniture.
BUlEN & HAMILTON
gan vibrated though thd wards df the
hospital, tho weary, pafu-rncked pa
tlents cqasod tholr rfrtfes8 tosslngs
and thdlr feverish moaning to listen
to tho muslo.
Ther they ISy listening, and-as the
tonos of the organ grow softer and
moro soothing, a sweet reatfulness
crept Into tho throbbing brain and
stole over tho aching body and lulled
by the gentlo cadonco they ono by
one foil asleop, and physicians and
nurses pausing quietly In and out loft
them undisturbed, knowing that sleep
nature's rostoror, could do for thorn
moro than all tho medicines they
ThI society has found that tho vl
ollncello, tho organ, nnd trained so
prano and contralto volcos, In their
several combinations, produce the
best effect In hospital wdrds. The mu-
slclan In charge of the music must
havo tact and Judgment enough to
know the kind of music best suited to
dlfforent mental conditions.
For instance, nil doleful music and
itlrtatlnS Influence are forbidden. And
those volunteers who, with tho best
intentions hold religious services nnd
sing hymns nnd songs that depress
and make homoslck are looked upon
with marked disfavor by thoso who
hayo made a study of healing by
Each case should bo studied by It
self, and tho kind of music determin
ed by tho tempernmont of the patient
and the nature of the disease. If a
patient is1 languid and doproseed,
stimulating music should' bo used.
Drase Instruments have been recom
mended In these cases. A soprano
voice has been found to be mildly
stimulating, while the contralto Is
more soothing and relaxing.
A Busy Old Man.
Berlin, Dec. 22. The Grand Duke
of Baden, who Is 77 yenrs old, and
feeble, whlfo huntlngtoday, shot and
slightly wounded his own minister of
finance. Shortly after he shot his
forester so seriously that both legs
had to to amputated
in the .
- Get it
I Milt "" "ssssssssssssBisssssi
Physician prescribe It fl
for their most delicate H
i OLD and PURE. I
K For Oslo by H
A. 8CHREIBER, 8altm. I
i 153 State 8t. 1
& FARMER'S HOME,
Beat So Violently,
Could Be Seen
Dr. Miles' Heart
No matter what's the matter with your
heart, it will pay you to try Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure. It is a ereat heart and blood ti)nie
that cures by removing the cause. Try ittfor
a short time and you will find that you are
no longer short of breath after brief exertion;
that you can sleep in any position with com
fort and without the dread of smothering
ells. It removes the symptoms and cures
e disease, it strengthen tne nearvs
action, enriches the blood and Improves the
circulation. It has cured heart disease when
all else failed. It has brought relief when
death seemed nigh.
"Since taUng a number of bottles of Dr
Miles' Heart Cure during the past year my
health Is better than for many years. I no
longer experience any trouble from lying on
my left side, which disagreeable symptoms
used to bother me greatly. I he frerii
spells of palpitation and fluttering that I was
at that time subject to were most alarming.
At times my heart would beat so violently
my clothing. Doctors said my heart was
enlarged and I had frequent severe shooting
fains through and in the region of my heart,
think Dr. Miles' Heart Cure a great medi
cine and have always been able to secure
great relief from its use. I am in good
health now, considering that I am 6o jears
old. I wish you success." Andrew Jack
son, Centralia, Wash.
All druggists sell and guarantee first bot
tie Dr. Miles' Remedis. Send for free book
on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addrcst
Dr. Mdes Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
S. C. STONE, M. D.
STONE'S DRUG STORES
Tho stores (two In uumbor) aro lo
cated at No. 235 and 297 Commorcial
street, and aro well stocked with a
comploto. line of drugs and medicines,
tollot aruclos, perfumery, brushos,.
Has had somo 25 yoars oxporlonco In
tho practice of modlclno, nnd now
makes no charges for consultation, or
examination or proscription.
Is still horo, and an busy aa oyer.
Whon your clothoa nro worn and
dirty, or tho buttons off tako them to
hor, at tho Salem Dyolng and Clean
ing Works. Ropalrlng and rollnlng;
now volvot collars put on ovorcoata;
also four BUlta a month for ?1. Called
for and roturnod.
MkS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
105 Commorcial St root
! l;..rir,u.kl. I.d. Dr.itln
Urliilnm and Unlr Cu.li
U If.l) n1 (Jitld mtuUit VI. Mlt
iikiiMMkk.a ;i.kooik.h iurM
tln. ua ( Jo.r Dtunlu. r mc4 4.
UBM ter I'urlltliUrm, TMtlaalUal
u4 ''n.u.r r.r i.iS" i!"t7H.
Ktl t. m -,. ..L.. .. J
OsliuUMt.pw MuIUm aa.nk iin.., Jr
"WilTW tin Ann iwuIm4 If nM
PILES RU- Bupposltoru
OcU MhW, tlttwiIlK IT. C . riu. 7 M.iVr
Uft 4. an lit tLla Itr lata ' Dr. I II bum. I
tUmSMtjIT T.,ilul T.7lTinlt.rlilul 1
Unln. Or II I M.OIU, Clirk.k.rr, Tnu.. wrV i
' a) , an ' raan, M Caan. Saaalai Traa. iJJi
a a wia . ar ZS T.arl. I Lata fuand aa Haul sm
I U"H v.HTIN nuor. UNCaSTCR. M.
Sold In &alm by 8..C. Stone.
Call for BY Samples.
CorvaNis & EasternR R
TIME CARD NO, 24.
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
Leayoa Albany 12:46 p.m.
No. 1 Returning:
. ... 2:00 p.m.
.... 8:46 &.m.
....11:10 a. in
No. 3 for Derelt:
Loares Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrlres Dotrol 12:20 p m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Loavea Detroit 1:00 p.m.
ArriToa Albany 6:55 p. m
Train No. 1 arlYea In Albany In
time to connect with the S. P. ?outh
bound train, as well as giving two or
three hours in Albany before depar
ture of 8. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects with tho S.
P. trains at Corrallis and Albany giv
ing direct, service to Newport and ad
Train No. 3 for Detroit, BreUenbush
and other mountain reaorta loaves
Albany at 7:0Q a, m.. reaching Do-
iron aoout noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs same day.
Tor further information apply to
v EDWIN STONE,
T COCKRELL. AjmiL Alhaurr
h. a CRONisa, AgiHit, Corvaiiu.
TO THE EAST DAILY.
From l'ortlaod, Or,
8 60ft. an
Bait Lake. Denver. Ft
Worth, Uinaha, Kana
CUT, Bt. Lotilt, (JUlcagn
6 'Op m
8:16 p. m.
7 45 p. m.
Salt Lake, Donvor Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
mr, St. urn. Chicago
9 40 a, m.
Spokane. Viallaoe. Pull
man, MluuoatiolU 81.
Bpokane iOhlcago, and Eaal.
m HOURS v
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
Mo Chance of Cars
OCEAN AND RIVER QCIIEDUL
From Portland' '
All willing dates subject
rill evurj 6 days
4 p. a
To Astoria ani War
8 p. rn.
Steamer Ruth Ieavos Salora for
Portland and way landings on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
10 a. mi. Jf. p. BALDWIN,
For Corvalll8 Mondays, WodtieB
daya and Frldayo about 5:30 p. m.
A. L. CRAIQ, AgtO.R.&N. Salem.
Gen. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
Offers a cbolco of THREE gateways,
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH or
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East.
Through Standard and Tourist
stooping cars dally between San Fran
cisco and Chicago via Lob Angeles
and El Paao.
Through Tourist Sleeper ch
TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago
via Salt Lake and Colorado Sprints.
Through Standard Sleeping Cars
dally botwoen Ogden and Chicago.
Lowest rate In effect always avail-
ablo via "Rock Island Syotom."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES In
effect on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, and
AuguBt 18, 19, 25 and 26; SO days re
Bo euro that yourxtJckot reads rla
tho Great Rock Island Route.
The bost and most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For Information,
OEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. QORHAM, Gen Agt, 260 Aldr
street, Portland Ore.
From Tacoma, Seattle, the Poat
Sound country and Spokane to lua
sourl river points and the Southeast
the Burlington offers quick BervSoe.
Through trains Seattle to Kansas
City equipped with big, free chair cars
standard Pullman sleepers, and last
but not least, tourist sleepers, clean,
comfortable and cheap.
Why not take tho Southeast special
via Billings and the Burlington T Too
can't do bettea, and you might do
QHE-DON, General Agent
O. C, T. CO.'S PA88ENGER
and Altona ete for PorUasd, Monday,
ednetday and Friday at 10 a, in.
Tuetalay, Thursday and Baturday at 7 a.
in For Corral)!", Tuwday, Tauriday
and Saturday at 6 p. m
For Independence dally except Suudar
atp.m. r r -
Deck: Foot of Trad Street.
M. P. BALDWIN. Agt.
Capital Normal School
First National Bank Bulldlnr. Sales.
The fall term of twelve weeks cTpcea
September 28, Address,
J. J. KRAPS. Sales, Or
J. Brownstein & Son. ,
54 State street Highest cash price
paid.for Hides. Pelts. Wool. Tallem
aavl fnri alan 'rj.aa.rii1 tfoalor la nil
ja, Rabberafld Metals.
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