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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1010
Tho third annual banquet of the
Civics club was hold at tho Unitarian
ohurch last evening. A sumptuous
banquet had boon provided for tho
occasion and also an Interesting
program arranged and tho banquot
was tho moot successful over hold by
Dr. J. N. Smith acted as toast
inns tor and tho program opened
with an address by Stato Superin
tendent J. H. Ackorman on tho sub
jeefc, "What Sook Wo Hero To
night." Mr. Ackorman is an enter
taining speaker and tho addresses
were thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Judge It. S. Bean of tho United
States District court was tho next
speaker on tho program, but was
unable to attond, and Dr. W. II.
Byrd responded to tho toast, "Tho
Physician of tho Future" Dr. Byrd
handled his subject in a most inter
esting maimer and. was given tho
closest attention. Stato Printer Dun
iway responded to tho toast, "Tho
Press" Ho showed a thorough
knowledge of the topic upon which
ho epofco and his talk was both en
tortaihlng and instructive. R. K,
Pago, manager of tho Portland" Rail
way, Light and Power Company, had
been placed on the program but Ho
was also unablo to appear. 'Hon. C
N. McArtlutr, private secretary to
tho governor, gave an interesting
address on "Tho Function of tho
Legislature, and G. S. Pattorson,
dean of tho Wlllamjatto University,
dellvored an Interesting address on
"The Executive." The program
closed with tho toast "Our Club" by
Dr. W. C. Smith.
Tho club also last ovoning elected
ofllcora for tho year. Dr. J. N.
Smith, tho present president was ro
electod to that position and E. F.
Carleton was oloctod to tho ofllco of
iecrotary and troasuror. P. B. Wal
lace was tho formor secretary.
(Continued rrom Pazo 1)
tho mjno's rules, and lighted a for
bidden clgarotto whilo in thjo tunnel
is accepted as probable by many of
tho minors. Among them tho Kor
ean employes fatalistic beliefs are
wpll known, and extreme caro was
exercised at all times to prevent
them from breaking tho mine rules
Ono of tho Asiatics less than a week
ago was surprlsod in tho act of
lighting a cigarette in one of tho
tunnels by a boss. Ho declared that
if there woro to bo an explosion, it
would occur regardless of what ho
did. He was discharged.
It is also deemed possible that
ono of tho victim's lamp was over
turned, allowing the flro to bo com
muntcated to a pocket of gas. Tho
third theory embraces a possible
powder or dynamite explosion.
Preparations are bolng made to
day for the funerals of the victims
The bodies of the Korean and Mex
ican minora wilf bo buried here
while those of the 17 Slavonians will
be taken to Trinidad. Tho bodies of
12 of the Slavonians already have
boon brought from tho tunnel, and
other Slavs in the camp are urging
tho rescuers to bring the other live
to the surface, so that tho funeral
train may start for Trinidad this af
Another Mine Diastcr.
Drakesboro, Ky., Feb. 2. Thirty.
three men dead, two missing and
twelvo injured, forms a complete
list today of fatalities and casual
ties attendant upon tho destruction
of tho White Mine at Broder, late
Of tho twelve injured men, at
least ono will die. All tho bodies of
tho dead men woro shockingly mu
tilated and Identification Is possible
In only a few cases.
The dlsastor was duo to an ex
plosion, suld to have been caused by
tho Ignition of flro damp.
A Simple Trick.
It's nn easy matter to keep your
joints and muscles supple no mat
ter what your ago may bo or how
ybu havo suffered with rheumatism.
Rub yourself night and morning
with Ballard's Snow Liniment.
Cures rhoumatlsm, stiffness, cramps,
crick In the back, sldo, neck or
limbs, and relieves nil aches and
pains. For salo by all dealor.
There Will Be' Homes Need
ed For Twentyfive New
Families Within Sixty
Good Industry Located
We are prepared to sell good
ufacturing Company, a Salem
qorporation, with plenty of cap
? itali has located an industry at
West Salem that will employ
at least 15 hands to start with,
We ar eprepared to sell good
home builders lots at terms
that make it possible for any
one to get a home - on easy
Offices Removed From Ladd &
Bush Bank Building to United
r States National Bank Block
GIVE YOUR STOMACH
By Using Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
AVhlch Digest Food Without
A Trial Package Sent Free.
Tho stomach should havo a rest
when it is tired out and irritated
from dyspepsia and indigestion.
One should not call upon the stom
ach in this condition td do its' full
and complete duty. What the stom
ach needs is natural' assistance, and
when this Is given it the stomach re
sponds quickly to the needed rest,
and comes back to its duties re
freshed and invigorated.
When you feel as though your
stomach were a piece of lead, when
gases or foul odors issue from your
throat, when your tongue is coated
and your appctito gone, it is high
time to send your stomach on a vacation.
Tho stomach is constantly com
ing In contact with foreign sub
stances, which It must reduce in form
to give strength and health to the
other organs of the body. It is the
commissary department of the hu
man system, and must furnish from
such supplies as come to it all that
such a system demands.
If the stomach becomes deranged
and cannot furnish all that is neces
sary, it weakens the entire machin
ery of man, and Is itself placed out
of commission. It cannot cure itself.
because the curative powers of na
ture receive their force from the
stomach, so that if tho stomach is
sues imperfect nourishment it can
not receive curative means for its
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets impart
all tho power, vigor and strength
necessary to the stomach. They do
the stomach's work and without call
ng on this organ for assistance.
If you would put your meal in a
glass jar and with it place the cor
rect amount of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets you could sit down and
watch these little tablets digest tho
meal as perfectly as tho most heal
thy stomach. This demonstration
has been mnde in almost every stato
In the Union by these tablets, one
grain of a single ingredient bolng
capable of digesting .'!000 grains of
If you have the slightest doubt
ibou tyour stomach, go to tho near
est drug store and buy a box of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, price 50e,
or send us your namo and address,
and we will Immediately send you by
mall a trial package free. Address
A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg.,
Threatening foverishness with
children is nulck'y and safely
calmed by Preventics. Theso little
Candy Cold Cure Tablets should al
ways bo at hand for promptness
Is all-Important. Proventlcs con
tain no quinine, nothing harsh or
slckonlng. Thoy aro indeed "the
stitch In time." Carried in pocket,
purse. Provontlcs are a gonuino
sufogunrd against Colds. 25c. Sold
by Capital Drug Store. '
Mart V. Undlcott, a cigar doaler,
in Lane county, has commenced suit
agniust the brewer' who sold him
lor.ded near-beer, and which he sold
to customer: not knowing that 1c
was loaded, resulting in his arrest,
conviction, sentence of .10 days !n
jail, hue of $260 and humiliation.
A Safeguard to Children.
"Our two children of six and olght
ears hnvo been since infancy sub.
joct to colds nnd croup. About three
yoars ago I startod to uso Foloy'.s
Honoy and Tar, and it has novor
fallod to provont and cure those
trouble. It Is' tho only modiclno
I can got tho chlldron to tako with
out a row." Tho abovo from W. C.
Ornstoln, Groon Bay, Wis., dupli
cates tho oxporlonci of thousands of
other users of Foloy'a Ilonoy and
Tar. J. C. Porry, Druggist.
Attorney-General Crawford has
been considering tho question as to
whether, under tho law, the stato
dairy and food commissioner can ap
point more than three deputies, and
will render a decision on tho ques
tion this evening.
The question was brought up
through the application to the com
mflsIoner by Portland parties for
moro deputies, and the commissioner
declined to appoint them on the
ground that under the )nv ho was
only entitled to appoint three depu
ties, and that he had already ap
pointed that number. The law of
1!0S provides that three deputies
shall be appointed and paid for by
the state, but it now develops that a
law on the subject was passed in
1905, which provides that tho com
missioner may appoint more than this
number, but that they must serve
without pay, or secure their salaries
from the towns and cities desiring
their appointment. The question un
der consideration Is as to whether
the law of 1909 repealed the former
law, and, if It did not, the commis
sioner will make more appoint
ments. Attorney-General Crawford,
from what investigation he had made
of the matter this afternoon, was in
clined to Relieve that the 1909 law
did not repeal the 1905 law, but that
it was valid.
IIKAVY GALTC BLOWING
OUTSIDE SAN FKANCISCO BAY
United Press - leased Wire.
San Francisco, Feb. 2. For more
than 24 hours the heads outside
San Francisco bay have been
whipped into a foam by one of the
severest north gales that has visited
this vicinity In several years. Yes
terday no ships left the harbor,
while only a few plied about this
bay. Tho wind blew 60 miles an
hour at the summit of Mount Tamal-
The Stattj Land Board today
turned oyer money collected during
the month of January amounting to
$38,560.58. Tho apportionment of
this amount turned in was as fol
lows: Common school fund princi
pal, paymonts "on certificates and
cash ( sales, $32,252.59; common
school fund principal, sales of tide
lands, $3,964.56; common school
fund Interest, payments on certifi
cates, $2,109.43; , common school
fund interest, rents and payments on
sales of lands acquired by (feed or
foreclosure, $72.00; agricultural
college school fund principal, pay
ments on certificates and cash sales,
$20; agricultural college fund intei--est,
payments on certificates, $2.40;
Swamp Land fund principal, pay
ments on certificates and cash sales,
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a hacking
cough. It's foolishness to let it go
on and trust to luck to get over it,
when Ballard's Horehound Syrup
will stop the cough and heal tho
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bot
tle. All dealers.
Charles Frohman's. duck pond
was full last week and not a lame
duck In it. At his seven New York
theatres ho has seven full-blown
successes, several of them "turning
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars re
ward for any caso of catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions, and
financially able to carry out any
obligations made by his Ann.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Laboring men from all over the
northwest aro flocking to Tho Dalle3
to get work on tho Deschutes rail
roads. Spokano is furnishing ita
quota and every train from that city
brings in a large number of men
who find ready employment, for they
are immediately shipped out to the
scone of action, tho number each
day running from 50 to 125 inenl
The Dalles Chronicle.
That a clean, nice, fragrant com
pound like Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
will instantly relieve a bad burn
cut, scald, wound or piles, staggers
skeptics. But great cures prove its
a wonderful healer of the worst
sores, ulcers, boils, felons, eczema,
skin eruptions, and also chapped
hands, sprains and corns. Try it.
25c at J. C. Perry's.
a .1 . r- If f -
IK." '.' your aocror tj an .ougns are ncccsnary.
a If not, then why cough ? Aifc him about
I Aytr's Chcwj Pecloral. &&&S?;:
Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and
tears. Stop it I Coughing prepares
the throat and lungs for more trouble.
Stop it I There is nothing so bad for
a cough as coughing. Stop itl Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is a regular doctor's
medicine for coughs and colds.
A Common Cold!
Wo claim that if catching oold
could bo avoided some of tho most
dangerous and fatal diseases would
never be heard of. A cold' often
forms a culture bed of germs of In
fectious diseases. Consumption,
pneumonia, diphtheria and scarlet
fover, four of the most dangerous
and fatal diseases, ore of this cfoss.
The culture bed formed by the cold
favors tho development of tho germs
of these diseases, that would- sot
otherwise find lodgment. There is
little danger, however, of any of'
these diseases being contracted when
a good expectorant cough medicine
like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is used. It cleans out theso culture
beds that favor the development of
the germs of theso diseases. That
is why this remedy has proved so
universally successful in preventing
pneumonia. It not only cures your
cold quickly, but minimizes tho risk
of contracting these dangerous di
seases. For sale by all druggists.
Marie Tompest, with the sparkling
Maugham comedy, "Penelope," hast. J"
left New York and is playing a two
weeks' engagement in Boston begin
ning January 2 4.
Thirty head well bred Percheron
hum, lffcl X4t to 1819, All veil
fctokst srtll to 0o34 i puWio anctioa
BaSMB, Saax47, Fakra&rjr 5, nt
tho Club Stnbloe. Call and inspeot,
"at Olub Stables.
Sals commandos at 1 p. in.. No
rtsarvatlons. Tor ma oust), on tltuo
on approvod steurlty.
f" TcmIofccI Clothes "1
Blankets and indian Robes 1
DISCOUNTED 20 PER CENT
As a matter of fact the present price of wool shows an advance in price over
our last fall purchases, All goods of this nature for fall delivery are being
bought to avoid a still greater rise, Prudent buyers who' are familiar with
the market .conditions are rapidly taking advantage of our extraordinary dis
count this week on Blankets and Indian Robes,
Snow white, select all-wool,
'extra quality,best made, double
full size Blankets, sixe 72x84,
that formerly sold at at .
$7.50 .and $9,50, during this
week will be sold at the follow
ing prices $5,60, $6,00 and
Beautiful gray guaranteed all wool, full
size, double blankets, 72x84, will be on
sale all this week at the above price
only a limited number on hand,
Genuine Pendleton Indian
Robes, made by us at Pendle
ton, Oregon; some patented
and designed by real Indians,
. Their unique arrangement of
colors and designs are indeed
very clever and characteristic,
Handsome patterns regularly
sold at $8,50, this week only
Indian Robes made here by Salem Woolen
Mills and warranted to be best colored -all
wool and to give entire satisfaction, Spe
cial this week only at $4,00,
Frgm the clothing section we have on sale 350 pair of men's and young men's trousers
at a discount of 20 per cent, All sizes and materials made up, regular and peg-top.
Woolen Mill Store,
J. A. CARPENTER
Col A. T. Baldwin. Auctioneer.
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