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DAILY CAP ITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1903
THE OAILY JOURNAL
Scrlppa News Association Telegrams.
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JOURNAL 8PECIAL DELIVERY.
Ono Wook .10
'Ono Month j .35
Throo Months $1.00
SAt Journal Office.
.At Daue's Grocery, South Salem.
-At Bowersox Grocery, Yew Park.
.Asylum Avenue Grocery Store.
Electric Grocery, East State St
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OREGON COMING EVENT8.
National., llrostock.. convontlon,
Portland, January 12-16.
Angora goat ahow, Dallas, Janu
and Thursday, occasional
A Sad, Momory.
Td llko a cup of coffoo," said the
stranger to tho man
"Whoso restaurant was run upon tho
"old homo cooking" plan.
"Tho same, sir," said tho other, who
could broil and brow and bako;
""You sliall havo a cup of coffoo llko
your liiothor UHod to make.
,Tho strnngor'a ores grow molstoned
a In memory onco nioro
Ho tasted of that coffoo that ho
drank In days of yoro,
And to tho rostaurant koepor: "Woll
It that'a Uio case," said ho
"'And it's all the samo to you, I guess
I'll haro a cup of tea,"
-Nixon Waterman In Good
ROLL CALL ON THE
CAR 8HORTAQE BILL.
Atthorcquostof a numbor of persons
wo reprint tho roll call, by which thu
1b that has passed tho other body.
When this announcement is public
ly and solemnly made tho bill Is hand
ed to tho president of the sonato, and
by him placod on the file, and, at tho
first break in tho routlno proceedings
tho bill is taken up and acted upon.
By such a system no hi"8 can bo
stolon in passage, at least from ono
houso to tho othor. By .this simple
process tho gambling bill would not
havo boon lost In transmission from
ono houso to tho othor.
The next laglslatura should soo to it
that blame for tho loss of an Impor
tant 'measure can bo moro definitely
located, and not charge .a sorious
crime against half a dozen different
parsons, all equally Innocent.
ANOTHER LEGISLATIVE- BOTCH.
A promlnont Republican momber,
of tho loglBlaturo is wcoping because
his bill to restore tho 300 oxemptlon
had no omorgonoy clause, and will not
go into offect until 1005.
This is auothor ovidonco of tho fol
ly of a throo-day session of tho bov
orolgn law making body, thnt was pre
dominated by a shouting lot of air
fannors, blll-stcalcrs and legislative
Tho gontloman who Is now crying
at tho failure of his effort to undo one
of tho sorious blunders of tho last reg
ular session, was ono of tho loudest
In tho Republican caucus to force a
His bill takes effect March 23, 1004.
and tho tax lovy for 1005 1b made
March 1st. So for two years tho poor
man will bo taxed for tho dl alios ho
oats from, tho bod his sick wjfo is
conflnod on and tho humblost plcco of
crockery in his whole housohold.
Tho big corporations nnd the
wealthy people of tho stato will pay
on about sovon million dollars less
property, and that amount will go up
on tho assosmont rolls against tho
poorest peoplo, and tho all-wlso short
session, hangman-logislatur.o states
man sheddeth crockodllo tears.
MeaDeH&aBfeSi. Naboth's Vineyard.
lAIiniU A V n A iC I M" ne'e""01 Hnth a ,ltUo flold'
2 JUUKlllAL A"KAl O Small storo of win Its presses yield,
$ S'And truly but a slondor hoard
MMmMMMOMiMMMpajItB harvogt brlnB8 f0P barn or board.
Two Junk doalers woro holding n 'yet though a hundred fleldB are mine,
conforenco to dotormlne a scale of jportllo with ollvb corn and vino;
prices for tho coming year of ourjThough autumn piles my garners
Lord In othor words a scrap iron and high,
old rubber trust. "Vo must redoozc , am. for ttmt ifttlo field I sigh.
gombotitlon. Ve must havo friendly
Of course, it is always propor to
give the places to tlioeu who seek
hardest and clamor loudest for them.
If Portland can't take caro of 3000
visitors, what doos she oxpoot to do
For ah! mothlnks no otherwhere
Is any flold so go od and fair.
Small though it bo, 'tis bottor far
Than all my fruitful vineyards' are,
Amid whoso plonty sad I plno
"Ah, would that littlo flold woro
Largo knowledge void of ponco and
And wealth with pining caro passots
Those by my forAlo lands are moant
Sir Thomas Llpton oxprdsaos hiaiThat littlo flold is called Contont.
R008EVELT AND THE PEOPLE.
Two young Domocrntic farmorfl
called at Tho Journal office this morn
ing, nnd said if Roosovolt was noml
nntod, and tho Domocrats put up one
of tho Cleveland wing of tho party
thoy would voto for tho Republican.
If tho Republicans did not noml
Jon OS car shnrtnim bill fntlml in nnnn
tho houso In tho special session of th nnto Roo80voIt th.y woul'1 vot0 for
leglslaturo, December 23d: mSt any Domoorat- Thl is no doubt
Yeaa-llanks, Illlyou, Bursas, Clay tho montal ttttUutl of many citizens,
pool, Comott, Dannomann, Edwards,
Kmmltt, Qault, Halo, Hnnsbrough,
Hawkins, Hormann, Ilumo, Huntloy,
Johnson, Jones of Lincoln, Jurtd,
Krnmor, LnPoIlott, Malarkoy, Purdy,
lllddlo, Sholloy, Simmons, Whoaldon,
Mr. Spoahor. 26.
Nays Adams, Ilalloy, Dlnkoly, Iloth,
Hurlelgh. Cnntrell, Carnnhan, Cobb,
Kddy, Ilsher. ail, Ilnlin, Illnos, Hod
son, Hudson, Hutchinson, Jones of
Multuomah, Kay, MIIoh, Paulson, Reed
Bobbins, Test, Wobstor. 24.
Absont Davoy, Galloway, Cllnn,
Haydau, Nottlnghnm, Olwell, Orton,
Tho full text or tho bill, as It was
ngroo4 to In commlttoo of tho whole,
la prluted In this lasuo, nnd It need
only bo added that It Is tho law of
Toxas, Iowa and sovornl othor states,
in whlqh tho railroads do a largo and
AND NOW THE BOY DID IT.
Tho wholo blamo"of tho disappear
nnoo of the gambling bill Is now;
plaottd un tho senate pace.
This U wxtronmly fortunate that
tho boy can bo niada a scapegoat. It
Is a wonder tho blame hain't beon put
on a woman.
Whou the politicians got through
trying to tnnlto capital for or against
this man or that, lot the truth bo told.
Tho system by which hills arq
trnntnuittod from one houso to tho oth
or Is unworthy of a moot-court in n
county Jail or an nssembly of hobos
by a pile of burning railroad tUs.
Othor statu legislatures transmit
bills something llko this: Tho olork
of tha body paselug the, bill gives tho
bill olork a receipt (or It, nnd carries
it la a sealed envelope to tho othor
branch of tho legislature.
Tils arrival at tho sonato Is an
nauiiQod by tho sergejint-at-arms, nnd
the providing ufllcer brings down his
navel thre utliuee, and nunouncea; "A
moesngo from the houso,"
All buHlnosa la suspended until tho
meettage la received and announced
the bill being accompanied by a com
munication announcing what the bill
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
ThU question arise la tho family
very day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
ji delicious and healthful dessert. I'm--pared
In two minutes. No boiling I no
taking I add boiling water and set to
L rUvorat Lwuou, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Got package
at your grocers te-day, io cts.
Ropuhllcnns ns woll as Domocrats
Many Republicans nro saying if tha
party does not put up Roosovolt, and
tho Domocrats put up nn ablo nnd
popular roproeontatlvo of business In
toiosts, who is a patriotic American,
tho Democrat will go in,
Theso nro not published ns our
vlows, although Tho Journal will con
foss to a protty strong fooling that way
Itsolf. Tho tlmo Is past whon tho
people will swallow a yollow dog at)
the head of the party ticket,
wllllngnos to try onco more for the
cup. He might try for tho saucer to
get his hand in.
Mrs; Carl Victor was choson Thurs
day ovonlng last to roprosont woman
hood of SL Louis in tho Madison
Squaro Qardon beauty and physical
dovolopmont contest, December 28th.
Her official measurements are as fol fel fol
eows: Chest, normal, 3G; contracted,
32; chest, expanded, 38; waist, 2C;
forearm, 10; bust 37!6; right arm, re.
laxed, 11; right arm, tonso, -12; neck,
13; hips, 37.
This Is supposed to bo "classic," but
thoro may bo some who woro not
A small lizard, found In a mall
box at tho St. Louis postofflco sup
posed to havo two heads, Is pro
nounced by scientists n sklnk. There
Is a dlfforonco botweon I and u. Any-,
nnn u-nulil knnw If unnllnil thnt.n.wnv. I
Tho newspapers roally do Rockofol-
Robort Trowbridgo, in Scribner's.
8ome Untold History.
Trncos of Captains Lewis and Clark,
whoso Journoy across tho continent
made known for tho first tlmo the
vastnoss of tho western part of North
America, havo been found in the
Rogue River valloy. Tho traces wero
found In 1875, but at that time there
was not so much interest taken In the
Journoy of theso famous mon, so that
the person who discovered tho marks
paid littlo attention to tho names, nnd
would not havo noticed them at all
had It not been for tho date 1805.
It was In the spring of 1875 thnt J.
W. Smith, Androw Woldon and John
Wells started from near whero Phoe
nix now Is, for the summit of Wngnor
Butto. Thoy reached tho summit,
and upon tho rock which crowns tho
lofty omlnoncc, found tho namos of
Lewis and Clark carved in tho stone,
togothor with tho rto. Thoy had but
little Idea of whom Lowls and Clark
ler an Injustlco in assorting ovory tlmo mid ,)00n but tho early dnto attractod
ho makes a gift tha prico of oil goes thoIr notlc0- 0n tholr roturn thoy
up a cont A close calculation shows tol(1 of wlmt they had Beon jn tho
that It is really only about oncfourth ' hnnglng ovonts of pioneer days, littlo
attention was paid to tho discovery.
History had littlo attraction for the
peoplo in thOso days.
Of lato years, howovcr, tho story
has como to ha revived, and tho broth
er of ono of tho partlos was tho in
formant of tho Mail as to tho above
Travollng through an unknown nnd
trackless country, tho oxplorors
would naturally seok tho highest
pointB In order to get n view of the
surrounding country and. to pick out
tho host routo to pursue, and woro
probnbly tho first whlto mon to viow
the magnlficont panorama of the
Roguo rlvor and tho rolling summits
of tho SIskiyous aud tho Cascades
i from tho top of Wagnor's Butto woro
tho lntropld oxplorors, whoso names
are carved dooply In tho tablets of
history. Medford Mall.
THE PROBLEM8 OF
Tho leading artlclo In tho Atlantic
Monthly for Docombor treats: "Tha
Church: Somo ImnWIato Questions,"
by Theodoro Munger. He must bo a
university man, as ho seos no hopo for
tho churchos, but from tho unlvorsltjt
Tho artlclo should bo road by all
persons who nro Intorosted In tho ov
olutlon of tho 147 denominations ot
rollglous worship In our country n
multiplicity of dogmatic dlfforentatlons
thn,t he considers nn ovll.
lie admits that Uio Industrial olasn
e are leaving tho church, and says
those who aro in tho churches are
"no longer the people,"
On scepticism ho admits that every
thing Is doubted, or la ohemontly de
fondod , because It fs doubted.
Ho says tho church Is now Insisting
on a few things, and antagonising or
Ignoring many. The tono of tho ou
tiro paper will compel many a theo
logian to take his rookinlng, as ship
Poctmatter-Gen. Payne and the Bishop
Poetmaster-Gonernl Payne says
thero Is a Western bishop who has
boon visiting regulurly a certain town
to make confirmations fur fifteen oi
twotity years, and who decided, last
year, that there was one woman In
this town's couflrmaiiun class who
had a familiar look
lie studied the woman, therefore
ctoeely. He genttiulwd her figure
her face, her dree She was old and
poorly clad and deeldodly her ap
pearance was familiar.
"Haven't I smii you before said
"ludeod ya ljev, alrM rammed the
"Haven't I ooufirmend you before?"
"Oh. ye, sir; many a tlmo, sir."
"Why what ou oarth how TM
tha bishop, amazed and porploxed,
began; but tha wqmajv, smlllug, Inter
rupted him to explain:
"I get confirmed, sir, ns often as
I kin. 'cause, I'm told. It'a good for
Portland's advlco to Lowls and
Clark fair visitors, "Como early, say
noxt summpr, and socuro your beds."
Our ostoompd contemporary, the
Orogon Journal, Is far from bolug
"ono glad Bwcot song," but Its manag
ing editor Ib Just now a Christmas
"Carroll." It might bo addod that Its
businoss managor is a strong Jackson
' ' ' i.
Blossed aro tho dead who dio'out.
sldo of Chlcdgo.
Tho Pomona Isn't so much; thore
aro othors who know what t moans to
hit the bar.
Nevor woro thoro so many beautiful
calondars issued in Salem as this
year. Tho Journal would llko a sam
ple of each kind. Just to havo a date
with all tho business peoplo.
If evor Colombia attacks Undo Sam
and ho finds It out Uio old man will bo
What has bocomo of Oonornl Urlbo
UrlboT Colombia is short hor only
Hon. I3d. T. Judd, tho war-horso of
Hoggam proclnct, has not been home
to faco his constituents Btnco tho spe
cial session was pulled off. Ho has
boon to Portland boon to soo his boys,
been to sovernl football games, and,
gonorally spoaklng, looks as badly as
ho feels. Ho hasn't boon accused ot
getting away with the gambling bill
and if his wife forgivoa him for com
ing down to tho three-day powow, he
promlsbs to nevor do it again
The railroad survoyors who havo
boon working on a line from Drain
down tho Umpqua valloy to Gardiner
nnd Winchester bay havo passed Ton
Milo crook, nnd will movo to McFar
land's place on tho North Slough In
a few dnys. Thoy aro camped at pros
hceitato in pres
ters in esses ol
They know it
cures Give it
a tr al alto gut
a copy ot our
1004 A 1 m anao
from yonr drue
pJBt. It is free.
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Many homes are mere lonely abodes
because no children are there. Barrenness ex
ists in almost every ease because female diseases
Wino of Canlui impart health and strength to tho diseased parts
amT makes motherhood possible in thousands of cases where barrenness
ia supposed to bo incurable. Wino of Cardui regulates the menstrual
flow and also prevents miscarriage and cures bearing down nams.
Wine of Cardut removes tho causo of barrenness by making tho female
organism strong and healthy. .., ,., , n j
Uo to vour druggist and secure a $1 .00 bottle of Wine of Cardui.
Hie uso of Wine of Cardui will bring happiness to jour home.
In cases requiring special directions, address, Riving
Bvmptoms. "The Ladies' Advisory Department. Ihe
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tennessee.
Amwthtbt. Cou.. Feb. S4, 1902.
Wine of Canlui is worth its weight in gold. It doe more than
you claim. It has saved my Ufa and caused me tolfflmeamotber
when iVverytmng else failed. MRS. DOHA 1. K. IwFBVBE.
Biiyast. Va.. Feb. 18. 1002.
My dauRiitar-in'law. Lucie Giles, found great benefit in Wine of
Canlui. She had a miscarriage in March 1001. before using your wed.
iolne. She was in very bad health, so I persuaded her to try Wine of
Cardui. Since then she has had a fine Iwby boy Soon be will bo three
weeks old. She highly recommends Wine of t'ordui.
My daughter. Fannie Hudson, also bai a hne baby boy by your
treatment. She highly appreciates Win,ardai.
Tk niit M,U Mf kAl,1. V
iiiciciuiui6ui nciuwi reep
the hnwels rpmilnr. AnH u.
great medicine Aycr's Pillsl
Ayer's Pills. fcw.tej
cnt on J. H. Hlbbard's placo on Ton
Milo, living and cooking In tents, al
though clorical work and drawing of
plates, maps, otc, Is done in Mr. Hib
bard's rosldonco. Tho party avorages
about 25 mon, hoadod by Mr. Cooper,
chlof onglneor and manager, with Mr.
Drum clork and paymaster.
Tho work dono appears vory com
pleto and accurate, though no ono
claims to know for whom thoy arc
working, oxcept for a rich company.
Tho lino will cross C003 Bay below
North Bend and tho surveyors expect
to contlnuo south until thoy meet an
other party working tholr way north
ward, probably in tho neighborhood
of Bandon. Marshfleld Mall.
Tho tenchor looked at tho l4
"That will not do, Katie," she t
chldlngly. "You havo rubbed j
soiled flngors ovor thnt word '
cago.- wo must ueip kccp mo (fl
cloan." Chicago Tribune.
A Ministers Mlntake.
A city minister was recently hami
a notlco to be read from his nuM
Arromnanvinir it was a cllnnln? trl
a nowspapor bearing upon the matti
Tho clergyman Btartca to rcaa the
tract and found that It besan: "T
Kemp's Balsam, tho best Cough Curl
This waa hardly what hoaadexpectl
and, after a moments nositation,
Hirnnfl It nvnr and found on thn NY
side tho mattor Intended for readlnj
Getting JReady for Invoice and want to cleanup some
Mackintoshes for ladies or children, all ihis fall stock,
20 per cent reduction.
Knit Shawls for 25c, the best you ever saw for the
Ladies' Hose fleece lined 12 l-2c a pair, best value in
S the city.
I Towels at 10c each, bleached with colored borders,
I look like they are worth 25c.
General Redaction on all goods in the store except
spool cotton '
i Rosteiin & Gteenh&um
g 302 Commercial street.
The Entire Stock
Of Boots and Shoes and Rubbers
; We have purchased of Jacob Vogt must
i i be sold at a sacrifice. Come early and
; ; get the bargains
i Successor to Jacob Vogt. 265 Commercial Street
; BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.!
II iR AI N BDYERS AND SHIPPERS OF GR AINl
Oats For Sale.
HOP GROWERS SUPPLIES. Crude and stick Sulphur.
J J. G. Grata, Agent, 207 Commercial St., Salem. Ore. J
I Positive K'Poefl:
Has prevented many
from bein cored by me,
Afford to Rtm
Wp kill and roinoro Cancers and
Tumors without tho aid of knlfo or
Dr. J. P. Cook, tho Botanical Doc
tor, cures all kinds of diseases after
all othor schools havo failed, with
out tho old of knife or poisons. Ilia
medicines aro composed of Naturo's
horbs; they aro gathered and selocted
In various parts of Amorlca and for
eign countrlos, at groat oxponse.
Read the Testimonial of a Prominent Salem Man:
TO THE PUBLIC.
In justice to DR. J. P. COOK.and that tho world may know what t
a great work ho Is dping, I wish to Inform thorn that I havo boon tak-
lug troatmont from him for tho past 15 months, and that In tha tlmo
he has removed from ray alimentary canal three tumors of cancer
ous growths as largo as a man'shand, all from the large Intestine Also J
another cancerous growth of lwser size from off my foot, and anoth
er from off my thumb. This has all baen accomplished through medl
oines alone, thoy killing tho growth and splder-llke roots, and Na
ture Itself casting them off without1 the aid of knlf or surgery. I
daro not bollevo I could have found equal successful treatment any
whore in the world, and cheerfully recommend Dr. J. P. Cook, the
Botanical Doctor, to all who read this testimonial. It. J. SPENCBR-
We can do as much for you, or more, If you need it
J. F. COOK
Deutscher Botanical Doctor. Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon.
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