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DATE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDA, JANUARY 17f- 1010.
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soats, including two seats lost by
tholr allies, the Laborltos.
If tola percontago Is maintained,
tho Liberals will have but 284 par
liamentary seats in a total of 670.
By tho same estimate tho corres
ponding gain of tho Conservatives
would glvo them 303 seats.
This condition would give the
Irish Nationalist Party thto balance
of power. By a swing of t heir
votes tho members of this party
would be ablo practically to control
parliament. Irish Nationalists are
pationtly happy over tho way tho
election seems to bo going.
Tho real reason why tho elections
hero are hold dally for two weeks
instead of one fixed day as In
other countries is because police are
required at every polling booth
Tho majesty of tho law has to be
present oven if only a dozen votes
itro polled and at every constituency,
however small. Tho law govornln
elections Is an ancient one and be
cause tho advantage of the first
contest are always with tho govern
ment, no government will revlso tho
regulations. In tho present case,
tho results on Saturday aro sure to
influence those constituencies that
have not yet polled. In addition to
this, London bordughs liavto special
charters and theso allow them to fix
tho dates of their voting which Is
generally douo at tho Instance of the
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source by which rock could bo ob
tained for roads and streets.
, Judge Jtttsliey Favors Extpnslon.
Judge Bushey Is of tho opinion
that cllizons of Salem Heights should
havo a paBaongor sorvlco ,and that
tho south end of tho city would be
groatly benefitted If tho cars could bo
operated. As tho result of tho com
mittee's visit with tho county court,
tho body will go to Portland tomor
row, and, whllo looking after other
business, will drop In nt tho head of
iico of tho Portland Rnllwuy, Light
& Power Company, nnd put tho mat
tor jbeforo them, Judge Bushoy Is
inclined to bellovo tho company will
consont 'to establish a regular pas
onger service to Salem Heights, when
It is thoroughly apprised of tho con
Committee Scans Record.
Tho special committee made an in
vostlgatlon of tho county court rec
ords bofore consulting Judge Bush'
oy, and found that no specifications
had been made for tho construction
of the extension, and that there was
nothing to show what the road was
laid for. It Is generally understood,
however, that the street car company
was given permission by tlio court
to lay their lino out through Salem
Heights to tho rock quarry for the
purposo of hauling crushed rock to
Amusement Park Proposed.
The committee stated tills morning
that tho Salom Heights people aro
contemplating laying oil a nice park
near tho extension and install re
froshment booths. If the passenger
service Is assured, steps will be taken
at once toward securing a park site,
and arrange to make Salem Heights
a place of recreation for the city folki
In the summer months.
Sliver ton News Budget.
J. L. Short expects to have
now sawmill running soon.
SUvorton oxpects to have another
creamery and Ice plant In tho near
Old fir wood is worth $4. DO a
Tho 4 -year-old son of W. W. Vear
rlor fell Into a 10-foot well last week,
and, but for tho timely appearance of
his fnthor, would havo drowned.
When taken out ho was unconscious.
At a meeting of tho SUvorton Com
mercial Club, hot dTuesday, January
10, tho following yofilcers were elect
ed: M. A Sel'tz, president; S. E.
Richardson, vice-president; Geo. W.
Hubbs, secretary, and L. H. Fisher,
treasurer. On the board of control
tho prosldont appointed P L. Brown,
S. E. Richardson and James Craig.
Tho ofilcors elected and appointed
aro tho Bamo that havo served since
tho club was organized.
A Frightful Wreck
of train, automobile or buggy may
causo cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo earth's greatest heal
er. Quick relief and prompt euro re
sults. For burns, bolls, sores of all
kinds, eczema, chapped hands and
lips, soro oyes or cornB, its supreme.
Surest pllo euro, 25c at J. C. Perry'H.
Connects with all trains at West Sa
lem for Dallas, Falls City and Salem.
Leaves Journal office for West Salem
at 8:00 a. m., 12:00 m., 1:00 p. m.
and 3:30 p. m., every day except
Leaves Sunday at 12:00 m.
and 4:15 p. m.
Calls at hotels on request
Telephone or leave orders at
Journal office any day but
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Mays should be admitted as evidence
against Hermann; the other wheth
or thjo declaration of Mays was ad
mlssablo, coming as It did from Tar
ploy and tho others.
The conspiracy charged, the
court said, that a plan had been
formed bjf which tho conspirators
would procure state school funds
fraudulently and that all the par
ties to tho Indictment wero concern
ed In securing title to the lands in
question prior to tho creation of the
Tho court held that. tho conspira
cy was tho offense, under the law,
and that whllo it was necessary to
prove an overt act done in the fur
therance of thb conspiracy, yet nt
the samo time the substance of the
offense against the law consisted in
tho conspiracy itself. In order to
form a conspiracy, tho court said.
an agreement must be entered Into
between tho conspirators. It Is sel
dom that such an ngreoment could
bo proved in court by this explicit
agreomont. It became necessary, to
show a concert of action.
Judge Wolverton held that the
trial of tho present caso did not dif
fer materially with Hormnnn alone
as a defendant, than had all the de
fendants under tho Indictment been
on trial together.
Had all the defendants been on
trial the objectionable evidence
would have been pdmlssable, not as
against Hermann, possibly, but to
show what nil affidavits had been do
Cured of n Severe Attack of Bron.
eh it is by Chamberlain's Cough
"On October 18th, last, my lttle
three year olid daughter contracted
severe cold which resulted in a
bad case of bronchitis," says Mrs.
.W G. Gibson, Lexington, Ky. "She
lost the power of speech completely
nnd was a very -sick child. Fortu
nately wo had a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy In tho nous
and gave it to her according to the
printed directions. On the second
day sho was a great deal better, and
on tho fifth day, October 23rd, she
was entlroly well of her cold and
branchltls, which I attribute to this
splendid medicine. I recommend
Chamebrlaln's Cough Remedy unre
servedly ns I have found It tho sur
est, safest and quickest cure for
colds, both for children and adults,
of any I hnvo ever used." For sale
by all good druggists.
DEEDS, NOT WORDS.
Snlcni People Have Absolute Proof
Of Deeds nt Homo.
It's not words, but deeds that
prove true mjerlt.
Tho deeds of Doan's Kidney Pills,
For Salem kidney sufferers,
Have made their local reputation.
Proof lies In their testimony of
Salem peoplo who have been cured
to stay cured.
I. N. Ridgeway, 485 S. 22nd St.,
Salem,. Ore., says: "For a long time
I knew that my kidneys wero disor
dered, as I suffered from pains in
the small of my back, especially se
vere when I stooped or lifted. I
did not rest well and arose In the
morning so lame and sore that I
could hardly get about. I became
tired easily" felt languid and was of
ten very nervous. I was also sub
ject to fntense headaches and dizzy
Bpells, during which my sight be
came blurred. Doan's Kidney Pills
wero finally brought to my attention
and deciding to try them, I procured
box at Dr. Stone's Drug store.
They went at onc? to the seat of
my trouble and in a short time en
tirely relieved me. Doan's Kidney
Pills have my highest endorsement."
(Statement given March 28, 1906.
After Three Years. "
On Nov. 20, 1900, Mr. Ridgeway
said: "Tho statement I gave for
publication recommending Doan's
Kidney Pills in 1906 was correct in
every detail. This nemedy benefited
me greatly and I am glad to tell oth
er kidney sufferers of my exper
For sale by all dealers. Price ."50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Uni
Remember tho name Doan's
and take no other.
pig ReductioH Sale
In our exhibit of Men's
10 and up
16 and up
out our add
GREAT OVER SURPLUS , STOCK SALE
If you road this ad and do not tako advantage of this,
the greatest salo of the kind ever attempted in jewelry at
this season of tho year, you will be missing a rare feast of
bargains. We would like you to understand that overy ar
tlolo wo sell during this sale, has been reduced In price
and if you buy tho same class of goods elsewhere we
will bo "satisfied to refund
Every article advertised Is just as represented. It has
been said that "the public likes to bo humbugged," but It's
not so. If a store fools Its customers once they are always
suspicious afterwards. Our sales aro so largely patronized
because tho peoplo bollove our representations and we'll
take caro that they never have reasod to do otherwise. We
havo explained tho necessity for this "stock releasing sale"
and why wo can afford to glvfo such really good bargains.
We just ask you to call and inspect tho goods and compare
LADIES' CHOICE HANDBAGS.
Regular from $12.50 to $25.00, sale prices
from $8.00 to $15.00
Regular from $5.00 to SS.00, salo prices from. $2.50 to $5.00
HAWKE'S CUT GLASS.
Regular from $3.00 to $35.00, sale prices from $1.50 to $20
All Jewelry and Silverware nuirked at tempting prices to
WATCHES, GOLD AND FILLED.
fj Regular from $10.00 to $35.00 , sale price from $8.00 to $25
Regular from $8.00 to $12. 0Q, sale prices from $4.00 to $8
& The public has made possible the steady growth of this
T business from its modest beginning in 1883 to its present
size, and it is but fitting that tho people should participate
in a financial way In the celebration of its Banner Year.
$25 Diamond Ring for $20 '
During the present sale no jewelry store in Oregon is offer- ?
ing what wo aro doing, and can afford to do today.
I BARR'S JEWELRY STORE I
Corner State and Liberty $
and Young Men's Suits are to
patterns at either the following
12 and up
18 and up
To test the worth of the different newspapers as an
advertising medium we have undertaken the unique
icle'a of allowing you an ADDITIONAL REDACTION OF
$1 on the already reduced price of any suit or over
coat in this establishment, including young men's and
boys' clothing, upon PRESENTATION OF THIS AD.
All suits and overcoats selling in a regular -wa
from $25 and up are subejet to 20 per cent discount,
plus the additional $1,00 you may save by clipping-
from any ppaper in which it
no favors shown in order to
ou must produce the advertisement,
vour monev. P
foe found hundreds of se
4 and up
20 anup .
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