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DAILY CAP 1TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22,
Solons Met Last Ni&ht A
Laid Out a Bay's Wok
MAY BE NECESSARY
To Correct the Mistakes of This One, If it Undertakes to
Pass the Bills Already Agreed Upon
Tho Rapubllcnn caucus yesterday
afternoon was In session for nearly
thrco hours, and ovory mlnuto during
that tlmo was fraught with lntorost.
Immediately after tho caucus con
vened Mr. Eddy Introduced a rosolu
Hon, providing for adjournment Wed
nesday at 4 p. m and, In discussing,
his resolution, Mr. Eddy urged that
nothing but tax legislation and mat
tors of tho greatest Importance be
taken up, and ho warned the Repub
licans: against entering upon goneral
legislation. Aftor a heated discussion
tho resolution' was tabled) and It was
decided to onter upon a program of
remedial legislation, and for an hour,
somotlmos with considerable heat,
proponed bills woro discussed, and
the advisability of bringing them bo
fore tho loglslaturo was canvassed;
All ngrped that tax legislation
should bo amended first, and tho or
ror of tho last loglslaturo, In tho mat
ter of tho Phelps act, should be rem
edied. In this connection It was
agreed that tho $300 exemption law
should bo ro-onacted, charter bills',
gamo bills, otc, considered, and all to
bo disposed of by Wednesday night,
Decembor 23di At 5 o'clock tho cau
cus adjourned, to rcconveno at 8
o'clock Promptly at that hour the
caucus reconvonedv when moro logls-
latlon was proposod, Judge Hale pro-
iHas She Not Said
2 Juot now, as a fit ending to tho oiu
9 profit Tory thick1.
The House Furnishing Company.
Salem. 269 Liberty Street. Albany
, iifimioKiiamiBHiti1""' gl
We do what We Claim
w bm and remove cancers and
! I Read the testimony of a
' ; TO THF PUBLIC In justice to Dr. Cook, and that the i I
ii world mav know i hat great work he is doing, wish to ,,
world may Know m b rinrr treatment from him ,,
that I have been
' fnr th mst fifteen months ana in mat nine . . :
i mSved from my alimentary canal J"
cerous growths, as arge as a man is hand, a from Hie
- 1 .' IUL..iHn ill VI I .IIIIIMIL.1 WMSSWW ' tJ . .
a - - .
!! 5unlb:. t ffl .hwfti and he spider like
n cines aionc, uic ;6 j-" fh m 0fj w thout tne :;
;; roots and nature itself casting Jhern on, wnn ,,
I ; aid of knife or surgery. I J not be ' ewij h :
ii LM the ,;
ii yuu uccu w
2 . - r.ir
posing four or flvo hills that ho de
sired to bring before tho loglslaturo.
A wrangle onsued, whon tho sensation
of tho day was sprung by Jones, of
Lincoln and Polk, who, In oloquont
torms, urged the mombors to drop
all bills of minor Importance and to
take up tho nowost vital quostion of
tho day, the frolght car shortage, and
Increased freight rate, which, ho
urged, was fast ruining the industries
of tho entire state. This started a
discussion that became warm, and, at
times, red hot. A number of the mem
bers participated In this discussion,
and Judge Hnle, who finally took tho
floor, urged action on the Important
measures first, naming the tax bill,
the canal right of way, the freight car
shortage and freight rates. lie pre
dicted the Introduction of a railway
commission bill, and stated In ring
ing tones that a crisis was upon the
stato, a financial crisis that had to bo
met. ' ,
At this point the debnto took a new
turn, and, on motion of Pholps, it was
decided that the nctlon of the caucus
was binding on all. Harris then took
up the car fnmlne, and urged relief
to tho shippers, showing that the In
dustries of tho state were being crip
pled, and this vlow was aUo onter-
tnlncd by otlier leading speakers. It
J was held that tho governor would
I Wotlc Like a
A buffet, a china closet, a dlnlno '-a
ble, a 6et of dlnlno chairs, a rocker, Q
a parlor or library table, a couch, a
i. . n Uifl tut 9 mirror, n nle.
panur oct -i --i
ture, a dresser, a chiffonier, an Iron
bed, a desk, a music cabinet, a pair of
laco curtains, a pair portlers, a rug,
a table cover, an art square or some-
thing eise. $
,. n-n AtarvaA ie nnl nnr
year, u u. m
tumors without tbe aid of a knife.
prominent Salem man:
all Diseases- saiea, hwhj ". x
a ia finnrnur I'iiiii.riuuj livtius ---
a tan a
Will "go" r.ntil she drops, and think
she's doing rather a fine thing. Verv
often the future shows her that she was
laying the foundation for years of
unhappiness. When the back tches,
when there is irregularity or any other
womanly ill then the first duty a woman
owes to herself ic to find a cure for her
The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Tre
scription In cases of womanly disease
will insure a prompt restoration to sound
health. It regulates the periods, stops
unhealthy drains, heals inflammation
and ulceration, and cures female weak
ness. It makes weak women strong,
sick women well.
Sick women are Invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free of charge. All
correspondence absolutely private and
In his thirty years and
over of medical
iractice Dr. Pierce, as-
sisted by his staff of nearly a score of
physicians, has treated and cured more
than half a million women. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
" I will drop you a few tint to-day to tet you
know tint I Am feeling well now. "write Mis
Annie Stephens, of Belleville, Wood Co., Went
Va. I feel ltlce a new woman. 1 took neveral
bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' and of the
'Oolden Medical Discotery ' I have no head
ache now, and no more pain in my ikle; no
bearing-down paiu any more I think that there
li no medleiae like Dr l'lerce'a medicine "
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, Is sent free on
receint of 21 one-cent t tamos to rov ex
pense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
have been justified in calling tpgether
the legislature to consider any one of
n dosen measures now before the cau
cus. Hand finally moved that five im
portant hills lis taken up and consid
ered In the legislature. Their erder:
The tax problem.
Execution of Armstrong.
Car shortage and freight rates.
To this Dalley added the flat salary
bill, and them six matters were
agroed upon as being of vital 1m
liortnnce, ami wiould be considered.
BroNrtiell next took the floor, and in
a spirited nddrens called attention to
the fact that all these matters could
not be considered In 48 hours, and af
ter discussing especially the vital Im
portance of the frolght bill, moved to
reconsider the vote by which adjourn
ment was fixed for Wednesday be re
considered. This brought an eloquent
reply from Kddy, and warm words
passed, others taking irt In the dis
cussion until, when a vqte was Jaken,
reconsideration was drated by a vote
of JG to 26
Again nn effort was made to throw
aside all that had Imoji done in the
matter of approving measures to be
reconsidered, aud start anw. when
a motion to adjourn cut off further
debate, and the caucus adjourned at
10:80 p. m subject to the call of the
Among those taking part In the dis
cussion of the transportation prob
lem were nrownell. Hale, Jones, Mill
key and Kddy. all but the latter fa
voring sufficient time to consider
these matters, but when the caucus
adjourned tho six measures named
above were agreed uiwn as having
preference, and the time for adjourn
ment was fixed at n ocioore. mm
Millionaire's Poor Stomach.
Tho worn-out stomach of tho ovor
fod millionaire Is often paraded in the
public prints aa a horrible oxample of
tho evils attendant on the possession
o fcroat wealth. But millionaires ar
not tho only onos who aro affllctod
with bad stomachs. The proportion Is
far creator amonc tho tollers. Dys
pepsia and Indlcestlon aro rampant
vaonz theso pooplo, and thoy suffer
far worse tortures than tho millionaire
unless thoy avail theraselvee of a
standard medlclno like Oreen's August
Flower, which has bm a favorite
household remedy for an sioreacu
troubles for over 35 years. AUgusi
Flower rouss the torpid liver, thus
creating appsUte and Insuring perfect
digestion. It Wwiee and vitalizes uie
itir gystea. and makes Hfo worth
living. w mattr what your station
Trial boUto. ; regBUr siae.Tftc,
all druggist. At Dr. SUwes
The rai of owr stock of Jswslry
Is wide yU to satttfy swsryoss
If you want n brooch or a pteto gold
ring for yor girl or raothrJ8-law, It
Is here, and prfc as well as quality,
at W. Calvet. praetleal watchmaker,
No. Mi State etrwrt. 1
1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiihh
Advertisements, five lines or '
less, In this column Inserted
three times for 25c, 50c aweek
$1.50 a month. All over Ave ' '
lines at the same rate.
H-M-H-H It 1 11 1 1 M H H l
Wanted. Manager for branch oftlce
wo wish to locate hero In Salem.
Address, with references, Morris
wholesalo house, caro of this papor.
Wanted. A bright girl to do solicit
Ing for nn ngreoablo buslnoss. Call
at room 9, Oporn house block.
Wanted. A second
Wanted. Pantry girl at Willnmotto
Hotel. Apply at onco.
Wanted. Llvo boys, who wish to earn
Bomo money ovor tho holidays, ap
ply to Journal office; soiling papers
LOST AND FOUND.
Money Found. Anyoao would feol a
thrill of plcasuro to pick-up a alitor
half-dollar on tho highway. Thoy
aro lying around ready to pick up
(no capital roqutrod) If you aro
willing to rustlo and can talk only a
little bit. Good for olthor box, young
or old. Address or call at Journal
For 8ale. Twonty-flvo goats. Inqulro
of Chas. Untt, Routo No. 3, Salem.
Capital City Mills Quotations.
Bryant & Penned, Preps, .
Poultry at Otelner's Market
Eggs Per doion, JOc.
Turkoya 12',4 015a
Potatoes, Vegetables, Etc.
Potlto prunes ic ,
Italian prunes 6c.
Wood, fence Posts, Cto.
Big fir 14.00.
Second-growth $3 60.
APt $3.00 to $3.75.
Body oak $4 50. ,
Polo oak $4.00.
Cedar posts 12 Ho.
Hldet, Pelts and Purs,
Orcon Hldos, No. 1 6c
Oroon Hluos, No. 2 4c.
Calf Skins 406c.
Goat Sklne Z6o to Sl.M.
Grain ant: Frour.
Wheat, Salem Flouring Mills 75c
Barloy $18.60 per ton.
Flour Whqlesalo, $3.60.
Live Stock Market
Cows 2 He.
Dressed veal 8Hc
Drossod hogs c.
Llvo hoes (c
Mutton 2c per pound.
Hsy, Fssd, Eta,
Balod cheat $1L
Baly clover $1O0$11.
Crsamery and Dairy roduots.
Oood dairy butter 20O25C
Creamery butter 30c
Cream separator skimmed, at
Com. Croamory, 30c, net.
Wheat Walla W.-Jla, 71o072s
Flour Portland. best grade, $760
$3.85; graham, $1.76. ,
Onts Choice White, $1.10
Barley Faed, $20 psr ton; .ollod.
Mlllsturf Bran, $ia
Hay Timothy, $16
Bggs Oregon ranab, 37Hc
Poultry Chlckaos, raliwl, HoO
10e pr pound; spring, lie turkey.
Mutton uresBoa, bvo.
Pork Dressed, 606Hc
Ilef Dressed, 60CiC
TIn.wi10Oa onm lttOilC
Trivnr. 17018c: Eastern
Oregon I2016e: Mohair. 3517V4c
Hides dry, 1 oands an. upwards,
Butter Boat dairy, JO022Hc; fan
r roiimery.30c; store 1516Vic
W. OaWet praotkal wawamajier,
Hi suta street, keps repairs for all
kiuU at latniet VIoHm, gul
tars. a4Uia aod baJos, at rock
Market Owotationa Todays
X "Kk Ssltms Good Hosts market" X
Derby & Wilson Wilt sell two nloo
building lots off tho south Bldo of
tho Ckggo(t property, on Common
clal street, which P. W. Derby
bought last Saturday at public Bala
For Sale Or trade, a flno 10-acro
chicken or fruit ranch; first-class
buildings and Improvements; close
to Bchool, poatofflco, storo and rail
way station. Will trado tor city or
unimproved farm property. Address
"W. J" Caro Journal ll-C-
For Sale. At a bargain. For anyone
wanting a good buslncsn loantlon,
largo store and house comblnodj
good chanco to entry on a general
morchandlso business on ono of Sa
lem's beet stores. Address Ira
Towns. Salem. Ore. 12-lC-lm
Buff Rocks For sale. Sovoral trios
of Ui bout Buff Plymouth Rook
chlckons. A. F. Hofor, Jr., Kast Sa
Vetch Seed for 8alo. I have a quanti
ty of first-class votch socd for salo,
both varieties. Call at place or ad
dross F. Achtlios, half mllo wcet of
Kaiser school house, four miles
north of Salem. lM0-lMwk
Three Choice Young- Boars Register
od Borkshlrctt; wolpht 200 pounds;
tonns reasonable. Thono pigs aro
from tho flno brood bow I purchased
of Mr. Ladd, paying $00 for her.
J. W. McKlnnoy, Tumor, Oro.
Christmas Trees. All sices, fin est
Bhapca. Telephone your order for
a Christmas trco to Clarunco and
Porey Blundoll, Mornlngside. Phono,
Rod 20CG. Treoe dolivorod; prices
For Oale O. K. Qrubbors. Best In
Oregon; thsoo stato premiums;
one horse has tho power ot 99; can
grub an aero a day. James Finney,
Brooks. Or. 11-26-lm
For Sale Inmproved and unimproved
block property In South ' Salon. For
Information Inquire of E. Hofor,
Journal offlca lrfo-tf
Choice Farm For Bale. Throo rollea
northwont from Brooks, having
dwolllng house, barn and two hop
houBoe, with 30 acres of hops, bal-
anco forming land, with running
wator, axcopt onough cholco Umbor
to supply Uio place M, J. Egan.
For Sale Eighty acres ot land In
Washington county, for $480. A
bargain for Bomo ono wnntlng to
mako a home. Some timber on tho
placo; somo cloarod. E. Hofor, Sa
lem, OrcRon. 10-C-tf
Rooms for Ront 321
Phono 3481 Black. A.
Rooms for Rent Up stairs, Cottle
block, by day, weok. or month. Al
so light housekeeping rooms. Eloo
trie light Opon all hours.
Commercial St, No. 333.
Phone: 2965 Main.
Mattle Hutchlns. Prop.
Mrs. L. Campbell Dos dressmaking
at her homo, on tho car line, near
tho South Balera cemetery. Country
trade solicited. 11-ll-lra-d-w
Motor's Barber Colleoe Of Salt Lake
City, offora advantages In teaching
the trado that cannot bo had Uso
whore. Avoid schools tho Oregon
and California harbors' now laws
aro apt to cloao at any time. Writo
today for our spools! offor to .dis
tant students. 1M0-Im
Tho Proper Thlno The popular
drink for faially uso Is O. B. soda
and carbonated beverages. .Tor
body should keop these goods at
their homos. Call up Oldeoo Btols
Co. 'phone 421.
Say Have you tried ISdwards A Lunch'
or's for meats. Wo navo uio un
sausago In town. Como and try It.
and bo convinced. 410 East Stats
Salem Truck and Dray Co.-Oldot
and boot quipped company In Bs
lom. lMsno ard furnlturo moving
a speolalty Offlco 'phone, 811. W.
W. Brown A Son, proprietor. Offlcs
No. 60 State street M-lm
Dr. Z. M. Parvlr-At 297 Commercial
street, upstairs Singing school
ItudlrnenUtl and sight reading olaso
ea. Begins Wednesday ovenlng, Oc
tobor 14th. Class every Wednes
day evening to May 1st next Tul
Unique Cleaning Rooms Shaw A
Johnson, the alners, are bow lo
cated at 200 Comraerda! street
nn. .1.. imimiI nreeslnic and re
pairing busings. BpeclalUesi Bklrts,
Kil io. via cloves, neata' okXh-
Jbk, U Ptirne2814. 6-28-1yr.
Dr. W. S. Mott-WHl newiw
found In tbe Brvy block, 276 Oom
mereUI streot over Oregon Skos
Co. Offlco telephooe. 20J1; re
oeoce phone. 2761. Offleo hours
to 12. and 2 to 6.
New Sweet Clder-8ad your order te
tho nearest grocery, or esJl
pCose 421. Oldsoa Btt4i tf
W. Calvet Practical W.tchmakV.
IBS State stroot, makos a specialty'
of rttpalrinc wntchos, clocks sad
Jowelry, and guarantees good work
at reasonable prlcoa, lMJ-lyr
Ferguson's Restaurant 65 State
street Opor day and night Our
20o meals aro bettor than any 25o
houso In tho stato. Six 20c meals
tor $100; 21 20c moals for $3.00.
Valley lodoe No. 18, A.O. U.Wr-Meeta
In their hall In Hotman blok, cor
ner Btnto and Liberty, ovory Mob?
day ovenlng. VlelUng brethren;
wolsomo, Roy Mclntlre, M. W. A. '
E. Aufraaco, Recorder.
Central Lodge No. 10, K. of P. Castle
nan in Holman block, corner Bute
and Uborty fits. Tneeday of caok
weok at 7:30 p. m. A. BS. Htnuig
a C. R. J. Fleming K. of It and S.
Foresters of America Court Sato
wood Foresters No, 19. Meets Fri
day night In Tumor block. S. W.
Mlnturn. O. R.; A. L. Brown. Bsc.
Modern Woodmen of Amtrlce Ore
gon Odar Camp No, 5!. Mesca
ovory Thursday ovonlng at! 8 o'olook
Holman Hall, Frajak A. Turner, V.
O.; A. U Brown. Cleric
Protection Lodae No, J, Andeat Or
der United Workmen, sawit OTy
Saturday eronlng In tho IIolHUua
Hall, corner SUta and Xibscty
strsets. Visiting brethren welooaw.
J. a Orsham, M, W.! J, A. BoUwoed
Drs. M. T. Schoettle, Frank J. Barr
and Anna M. Barr. Graduate
American School of Osteopathy,
Klrksvlllo, Mo., successors to Dr.
Grace Albright Omc hours 9 to
12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odd
Follows? Temple, Phone Main 2T21
rosldcnco phono 2803 rod.
TONSORIAL AND BATHS,
Evan's Barber Shop Only flrstalan
shop on Stato streot JEvery thls4
new ami up-to-date, Flneat poroa
lain baths. Shavo, 15o; hair-out Ke
baths, 25c. Two flrst-olass boot
hlaokn. O. W. Evann. proprietor.
BENJAMIN 8CHWARZ & SONS-
Hop merchants, 97 to 99 SUts
street Salem, Qrogon. RoprcsonUd
by Jos. lfnrrls. ,
WM. BROWN A CO. Hops, M,ohalf,
wool, hop growers' supplies. No,
229 Commercial street, Salom,,Ore-'
gon. Phono 1301. .?";
SQUIRE FARRAR Hop merch'aat
and purchasing agent No. 316)1,
Commorcln! streot. upstairs, OaleaaJ
Oregon. Phono 1651.
T. A. LIVESLEY A CO. Dcaloro ln
shops and hop supplies. Phono 1211,
nrtlco room 18 Ohorholm bldg, Se
J. CARMICHAEL Hop buyor. Offlos
In Bush-Brsymnn building, Haiea,
Oregon. Samples of choice hops so
llcltsd from all growers.
CATLIN A LINN Hop busrs. Rooa
H. ijusii-ureyman uiook, naiem, ire
gon. Phono 1431.
HUBBARD A CROSSAN Hop buy
era. Room 2. Murphy blook. Baleta,
Oregon. Telephone No.' 371.
SALEM WAJER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water service apply at oov
Dills payablo monthly In adraue.
Mao all complaints at the offloo.
EXPRESS AND TnANSPER.
Express and Trassftr
Moots all mall and passenger trains
Baggage to all parts or tns aty.
Prompt service. Telephone No X4L
HECKMAHBEDRICK ft H0MYR
A carload of wovon wire fencing.
Special prloos till Docombor iju.
Poultry Netting, Shingles and r. A u.
roofing. WALTMll MUJO.UI,
60 Court Btroot,
O. H. MAOK
Bucceasor to Dr J. M Keene, In
White Comor. Balem, Oregon. Ifartles
dMlrlng superior oparaUoss at, mo
erat feo lu any branch aro In special
requFMt . .
THE ELITE CAFE
308 Commercial Street
Regular Dinner at Noon 25c
Meals at all hours
Service a la Carte
Vot Infants gad Children.
TJw M Ym Hwi.Alwijt BNght