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DAXE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1010.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
" E. HOFER, Editor and Proprietor.
Independent, Newspaper Dovotod to American Principle and
the Proprefa and Dovolopement of All Oregon.
rnbUahed Bvery ftvenhiR Bxcept Sunday, fialcm, Ore.
n variably In Advance.)
'ally, by carrior, per year JO. 00 Por month SOo
VPeokly, by mall, per voflr.....
,i.00 Six months.
U N IQNDv BE L
MED ST LOUIS CAP
A NOVEL OFFE
Will Give Four Thousand Acres of Land to the People if Other ,
Land Owners Will to Likewise.
UNITED riUCSS LEASED WIIIB.
St. Louis, Mo Jan 17. Declar
ing that In another generation his
lands, if loft to heirs, would becomo
tho property of moneyed Interests,
Georgo M. Jnckson, an elderly capi
talists, today repeated his offer to
tako four thousand acres of rich
'Arkansas lands from his heirs and
glvo thorn to the people. Jackson's
offer is contingent on tho readiness
of othor land owners to do likewise.
j'. ' Nolan Harvor, a socialist lec
turer, today offered to add his Okla
homa ranch to Jackson's free distri
In explaining tho motive of his of
fer Jackson said there must bo a re
distribution of tho lands to effective
ly check tho present battle between
capital and tho people. He de
clared that ho was old and unlikely,
to live long; that ho feared that if
ho left tho land to his nine heirs,
tho moneyed interests would gobble
It up within another generation.
Jackson lives at Piggott, Ark., and
Is 75 years of age. His novel offer
was mado boforo 250 unemployed
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fying and enriching tho blood.
It cures scrofula, eczema, eruptions,
catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous
ness, that tired feeling, dyspepsia, loss
of appetite, general debility, and builds
up the whole system.
Get It today la the twiat liquid form or Is
chocolated tablet form called, S&rsstabs.
Will Be the Attraction at
Grand Opera House
HAD A VERY
Declaring that her married life
has bocomo unbearable to hor bo
causo of tho abuse and cruel troat
mont heaped upon hor by her hus
band, Mrs. Lillle Guthorlo after 23
years of married Hfo and after their
daughter has attained liter legal ma
Jortly has illod a complaint with the
cleric of tho circuit c0urt asking
that tho marrlago bonds existing be
twoon horsolf and A. C. Guthrlo bo
Tho couple wero married, accord
ing, to tho complaint of Mrs. Guthrlo,
In Polk county, Iowa. She alleges
that hor husband is possessed of an
uncontrollablo tompor and that ho
would bocomo enraged at her over
trivial mattors. She alleges that
ut divers tlmos ho has assaulted hor
nud that upon ono occasion at thoir
homo at Eugjono, Oregon, ho threat
onod hor lifo. Sho also allogos that
Jio haa failed to provldo for hor and
ithat sho has boon compelled from
ttlnvs to tlmo to Bupport horsolf and
mlso hor daughter, that is boforo sho
(attained hor majority, by drossmak-Ing.
IDAHO MAN KILLED
IN GAMBLING ROW
1 U.S1TM0 l'MMtS I.IUlUHD wirb.i
Spokane. Wash. Jan. 17. Word hna
boon received here from Hlk City,
Idaho, o the affect that W. P. Boylo,
H wall-known minor and prospector,
hud boon shot and Inatantly killed In
n gnmbUiif saloon in Dixie a mining
4kuip, SO mill southeast of hero.
Tho police today are trying to con
noot "Snowshoe" Drown with tho
Drown won tho sobriquet of "Snow
shoo" by onrryhiK mails and supplies
Into tho isolated Inter camps on
UiQwahoos, making tho dangorouB
trips over tho tronohorous mountain
trails in tho eland of winter mint
taudod. Ho Is considered ono of tho
most daring and intrepid mountain
eers rthnt tho Northwest ovor pro-duood.
SPEAKS ON UN
r UNITED 1'ItESS LEASED WIIIB.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 17. Bo
foro a gathering of tho nation's
loading men representative of ail
walks of Hfo, Soth Low, former
mayor of Now York and now presi
ent of the National Conference on
Uniform Legislation, today deliver
ed an opjoning address to tho con
ference. Lowo urged tho standardization
of statutes throughout tho country,
declaring that uniform laws for the
states aro as necessary today as
THo railroads havo a standard
size of track, and so, declared Low,
tho nation today needs uniform laws
for tho best operation of justice.
Tho sepakor urged tho mombers
of tho conforenco to endeavor to por
suudo thoir states to appoint com
missioners who could assist in com
piling and unifying tho existing
codes. Ho asked that tho states
make liboral appropriations to this
Tho principal organization at tho
conforenco is tho National Civic
Fodoratlon which has chargo of tho
convention. Scores of othor national
organizations aro taking pnrt how
ovor. President Tnft, who is lntorosto.l
In tho efforts of tho federation will
address a national conforenco of
governors of tho Btato tomorrow.
Sailor Broke His Nock.
lU.MTUn l'UUBH USASBD WtnB.
Mnrshllold, Or.. Jan. 17. Tho cor
oner of thlB county has been called
to Ilandon to hold nn Inquest ovor tho
body of n mate at one of tho vassals
In port there, whose name hna not
been nsoertalnod. Ho is reportod to
hivvo fallon and broken Mb nock,
Pity tho man or woman who nev
r has niiythliijt Kood to buy about
I RI-1I I Is. I. P
uapaai ivauonai duiik
Capital, BurpI" d Viullvldod
OfflcvrH iuui uirociora:
J. H. Albert ...President
M. M. Crolan. .Vice-President
Jos H. Albert Cashier
John A. Carson
Geo. F. Rodger
ANOTHER HEIRESS SNEAKS
AWAY AND GETS MARRIED
onuhu runes j.barbd wihb.1
Redwood City, Cal., Jan. 17
Swoot sovontoon, and holress to tho
millions of Honry Lux. tho cattle
king, Mrs. llubort L. Putnam, who
yesterday was Miss Viola Lux, today
is receiving tho congratulations of
hor friends, following a secrot mav
Putnam Is 18 years of ago, and la
a studont nt tho San Joso high school.
Ho Is tho stop-son of It. A. Gabriel,
an attorney and politician of San
Tho brido is a hoautlful girl, and
was tho ward of Father Richard Gleo
son, president of Santa Clara colh-go.
Tho Kansas City Star speaking of
"Beverly" has this to say:
"George Barr McCutcheon's ro
mantic novel 'Beverly of Graustark'
has been deservedly popular. Its
inspiration was no doubt duo to the
success achieved by Anthony Hope's
'Prisoners of Zenda,' but thero Is
this to be said .first, it is not so much
a copy as an adaptation. The scene
is laid in no historic environment,
although tho surroundings lend
themselves easily to that method of
treatment. In 'Beverly of Graus
tark' we are led into an Ideal world
which for its fullness of human In
terest depends largely on character.
" 'Beverly or uraustarK tens tna
story of an American girl who has
an Intimate friend the ruling prin
cess of an Ideal state. In her effort
to reach, her friend she is stranded
by a band who havo been expelled
from a neighboring but hostile peo
ple. Among them Is the exiled
Prince Danton, who masquerades as
'Baldos, tho Mountaineer,' and
whose lovio carries him through
many hard and ticklish places. In
tho end tho problem, is solved and
Baldos resumes his proper place as
Prince Danton claims tho girl ho
"The company is excellent. Mls3
Gertrude Fowler, as tho American
girl who is perforce compelled to as
sume the role of tho Princess, re
vealed a flno artistic quality that
was moro than equal to tho demand
made upon it. Hattie Carmontello
as Aunt Fanny gave another of her
Inimitable sketches of the Southern
mammy. As tne Princess xetivo.
Miss Edith Shnyuo revealed true
dramatic quality. Raymond Whita-
kor was sufficiently romantic as
Prince Danton, the dethroned ruler
of Dawsbergen, and tho othor male
roles wero all excellently filled. The
play Is beautifully staged and tho
largo audlonoe, apathetic at first,
wero stirred to real enthusiasm by
the unfolding of tho story. 'Boverly
of Graustark' Is a thoroughly inter
esting nnd wholesome play and
ought to be popular during its en
Just Coffee, but perfect
Your grocer will grind it
bettor if ground at home not
For tho breath. For salo at:
Myor's barber shop.
Wators' cigar store,
Adolph's cigar store.
I 1 RiSS,Al.liJiiiniiA.,.lllAniJMGr t
PLEASE STUDY THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT AND CONTRIBUTE
ONE FACT TO HELP ADVERTISE OREGON FOR 1910
The Greatest and Most Successful Movement to Bring People
to Oregon For the Smallest Possible Expense Use
the Home Newspaper and Tell the Story
of the Matchless Soil of Oregon.
SECOND CAMPAIGN FOR TEN THOUSAND FACTS OF PRODUCTION.
Help Us to Get the Material that Will Land Fifty Thousand New People in Oregon.
Tho undersigned was for threo years President of the Salem Commercial Club and for three years Presi
dent of tho Willamette Valley Development League.
As President of the latter organization two years ago ho got up the compilation known, as One Thousand
Facts of Production which has proven tho best advertising matter ever gotten up to bring Homeseekers to
Tom Richardson made the statement publicly at Saiem that the Ono Thousand Facts had brought one
thousand families to Western Oregon within ono year after it was printed.
Tho Southern Pacific publicity department printed the One Thousand Facts in folder form and circu
lated thousands of them. Tho time has come to get up a new collection of facts In a larger scale and cover
the whole state, and convince the world that this is the richest and most productive state in tho union.
HELP DEVELOP OREGON BY SENDING US ONE OR MORE FACTS.
Your name has been sent us as one of the successful producers of your section of the state, and I
want you to take the trouble to stnd me a brief statement of fact on sonic lino of production. Whatever
it is, we want the amount produced, and what it sold for in the market. That simple statement answers
thousands of questions from people who are coming to Oregon, and your neighborhood will get the full benefit
from publishing tho statement and the name and postoffipe of the producer, as Is proposed to do in each case,
and let th,e facts speak for themselves.
Hero are given a few specimen statements that have been published for the past two, years, and have
done the business of settling up this part of the state. These are to show how we want the statement
made Jn the most concise manner, proving what the soil will produce and that we have markets for our prod
ucts, and that the cultivation of the soil and raising stock and poultry pays:
A Few Sample Facts Showing How to Get Up a Statement
Wo sold ?115 worth of strawber
ries off ono acre last year. C. L.
Weaver, Liberty. '
Our 75 registered Lincoln long
wool ewes brought us $2000 per year
for the past two years. Hawley &
From about six acres, picked 94 C
bushels Italian prunes and sold them
for 5 cents per pound, dried, real
izing $1020. Frank Hrubetz, Rose-dale.
From 73 hens I sold poultry and
eggs, $200; have 100 left. All In
1907. M. C. Looney, Jefierson.
Bought 40 acres of hop land for
$13,000. First crop paid for It.
Thomas Hilman, Eola.
I raise and fatten from 150 to 200
head of hogs each year. Fred Achil
From 100 acres I harvested 397
tons hay, clover and timothy mixed.
Sold at 10 per ton. J. C. Hare, Hills-boro.
Sold 400 pounds of Royal Ann
cherries in 1907 for $200 from one
tree 14 pears old. A. Vercler, Polk
I picked ten bushels of English
walnuts from one tree and sold for
$5.40 per bushel. Frank Diem, Mis
I have 100 Angora goats from
which I sheared 350 pounds of mo
hair this season and sold the sameT"
at 30 cents per pound. R. Y. Por
FACTS ARE CONVINCING AND ARE UNANSWERABLE.
Send ns from ono to flvo facts stated as concisely as the above or in a more extended manner If you
desire. But send us the facts. We must have them to prove that Oregon surpasses any other section in the
west in producing the greatest variety the richest yields and has the best markets. Tako time to make
your statement accurate and make it for tho year 1000, If possible. The past year was not a bumper year,
but in grain, fruit, potatoes, hpps, cattle, horses, sheep, goats, and poultry we want to be able to make a
good showing of the facts of production In spite of tho fact that it was a poor year. It was a poor year In
other states and wo are not afraid of comparisons. Help the campaign of development of our grand common
wealth. Contribute your mite to showing the facts of production the story of the soil told by the men who
can be referred to by any inquirer who wants to back up tho statements he reads.
Make out your statement of fact and send it on sheet below.and do not fall to sign your name and post
office in full. Very respectfully,
E. HOFER, President.
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Jno. V. Cordrny, Mgr.
MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1910
Tho Original Studebakor Thea
ter (Chicago) Production
Geo. Barr McCutcheon's
DnuuntUod from tho
"Beverly of Gaustark"
A Stirring Koinnuco of Lovo and
Prl $1.00. TSc, tOe.
sale starts Saturday at 9 a. at.
If your stomach, 'hoart, or kidnoys
aro woak, try at least, a few doses
only of Dr. Shoop's Restorative. In
llvo or ton days only, tho result will
surprise you. A fow conts will cov
er tho cost. And hero is why help
come so quickly. Dr. Shoop
doosn't drug tho stomach, nor stim
ulate tho heart or kidnoys. Dr.
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
tho weak and1 falling norvos. Each
organ has Its own controlling nerve.
When these nerves fall, tho depend
ing organs must of necessity falter.
This plain, yet vital truth, oloarly
tell why Dr. Shoop's Restorative is
so universally successful. Its suo
oeaa is leading druggists everywhere
to give it universal preference. A
teat will surely tall. Sold by Capi
tal Drug Store.
The people of Lebanon havo dedi
cated their Baptist church and laid
tho corner stone of their now high
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pill Is a sugar-coated globule of
health, that changes weakness Into
strength, languor Into energy, brain
fag Into mental power; curing consti
pation, headacha. chills, Dyspepsia,
malaria, 25c at J. C. Perry's.
Women are better than men. A
woman will shield a man who aban
Piles Cured in O to 14 Days.
PA20 QINNTMBNT is guaranteed to
cure any oase of Itching, Blind, Bleed
Ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to li
days or money refunded. 50c
A Traveling Salesman.
H. F. Beers, 617-7th Ave., Peoria,
III., writes: "I have been troubled
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so severely at times I could scarce
ly carry my grips. After using one
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ly recommend them to all." Foley's
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