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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1010
San. Francisco, Feb. 2. Although
tho amount of dutiable articles not
declared by passengers of the Ham-"burg-American
Liner Cleveland Is
less than that usually found aboard
other steamers arriving here, local
customs Inspectors today are In pos
session of several thousand dollars
worth of seized imports.
Tho great majority of passengers
aboard tho Cleveland declared every
dutiable article. There were few
exceptions, however, and these ex
ceptions caused considerable trouble
for the Inspectors.
Thirteen trunks belonging to Mrs.
Edward V. Price, wife of a Chicago
millionaire, are at the custom1?
"house here following a perfunctory
examination yesterday of two of tho
trunks. In two of thom nearly
2,000 worth of dutiable goods Is
said to have been recovered and It
is expected that recoveries will be
Mrs. Price says that she told her
maid to declare tho articles but that
tho girl failed to do so. At first
Mrs. Price was Indignant,, but she
became tearful as tho inspectors
pawed through dainty laces and
Tho wires were kept hot with ap
peals to influential friends but these
apparontly failed of effect and the
customs officers continued their in
vestigations today. .
IN SUPREME COURT
Argument was made in the case
of Hattio Mansfield against J. J. Hill
in' the supreme couri this morning.
According to tho complaint in the
case Mrs. Mansfield waj divorced
from her husband prior to h'.M death
and awarded a third of the properly,
and now seeks to set anlde his will
and securo her portion of the re
maining two-thirds of a 160-acre
tract of land. P. H. D'Arcy appeared
lor tho respondent, J. J. Hill.
Waltham Watches are very,
delicate instruments, but sci
entifically and soundly made.
Your only anxiety in getting
one need be to know that it is
in good running order "when
you get it, so go to a regular
'jeweler who has the requisite
technical knowledge to regu
late and put it in order prop
erly before you purchase.
N. B.Whcn buying a Waltham
Watch always ask your jeweler
for one adjusted to temperature
OPENING THIRD UNIT OF
U. So Government
At Hermiston, Oregon, Feb. 10, 1910
For the above occasion the Oregon Railway & Naviga
tion Co, and Southern Pacific Co, lines in Oregon will
make an open rate of
One and One-third Fare
For the round trip and from all points in their lines to
Tickets on sale February 8 and 9, with final return
limit February 20, 1910,
Free booklet issued by the government, containing full
information as to cost, how to tile, yajer rights, etc.,
may be obtained, of any 0. R,Afi nS, P- agent, or by
writing to WM.McMURRAY.
General Passenger Agent.
$ By Charles McKnight $
A highly entertaining program was
given by tho pupils of the College
of Oratory in the university chapel
last evening. Tho room was crowded
to Its full capacity, standing room
being at a premium. The numbers
were well rendered, arid showed tal
ent In the ones participating. Miss
Thomas showed ability in handling
child dialect, and, with training,
should make a good impersonator.
Mr. McNees related some touching
scenes, whllo Miss Judd gave tho au
dience a chance to laugh when tell
ing of tho old farmer and the bicycle
man. Mr. Oliver told of a device
that might causo him to lose his job
(he Is a preacher) if It were adopted.
Stirring scenes were portrayed by
Miss Thompson, ana hold one in sus
pense, but the suspense wns relieved
by Perry Reigleman as ho related
tho experiences of a Frenchman in
New York. Miss Gross then carried
tho audience back to the scenes In
the days of Nero, which she did with
ability. Tho closing number was a
sketch by Miss Rees and Mr. Schmidt
and as a side-splitting number was
a good ono with which to close. The
musical numbers were well rendered,
and added greatly to the success of
Song, "Barque of Dreams," Ham
ilton Gray, Miss Helen Smith. Violin
obllgato by Miss Georgia Starr.
"When" Silence Was Unlocked,"
Marlon Hill, Ethel Thomas.
"The Warrant for Wilmer," Frank
N. Stratton, John McNees.
"Tho Now Lochinvar," Will Carl
ton, Alice Judd.
Song, "Beauty Eyes," Tosti, Glee
"Wamslev's Automatic Pastor,"
Methodist Review, G. 0.t Oliver.
"Cigarette Ride," Ouida, Louiso
"Number 5 Collect St," S. J. Par
dussus, Perry Reigleman.
Song, "O Mio Fernando," Donizet
ti, Miss Marguerite Mers.
"The Sign of the Cross," Wilson
Barrett, Bertha Cross.
Dramatic sketch, "A Show of
Hands," W. R. Walkes, Angela, Ruth
Rees; Edward, Wm. Schmidt.
The basketball game yesterday be
twoen the Preps and Medics resulted
In a victory of 22 to 24 in favor of
the Medics. This was a closely con
tested game, and the most exciting
of tho inter-department series. Tho
score stood 13 to 10 in favor of the
Preps at the end of the first half. It
was anybody's game up till tho very
last and tho excitement ran high, the
friends of each team cheering with
all their might. One side would be
ahead and then the other, with never
more than four points in tho lead.
The playing of the Preps was clearly
a surprise, no one expected them to
hold their opponents to such a close
score. They showed great Improve
ment, and among them aro playbrs
who will make a record for them
selves if they remain in school till
they finish tho college course. Tho
Medics have a strong team composed
of old experienced players and should
land the championship if they would
O A STO R I A
practice a littlo and get Into condi
tion. Following is tho lineup and
baskets made by each: Medics F,
Mclntyre 3; (4) Pomberton 1; O,
Low; O, immcrman, 6; Ross;
Preps F, Hoinan, 3; (5) Pfaff,
3; C, Dlnckwcll, 1; G, Heppo; Row
Local Wholesale Market.
Flour, hard wheat $6.35
Flour, valloy ?5.405.80
Mill feed, bran $29.50
Wheat, bushel. .....$1.00
Oats, bushel 45c
Hay, cheat .., 141G
Oat hay $141G
Vetch hay $15 16
Mill feed, shorts .$31
Hpps, 1909 crop 17c21
Chlttim bark i lc
Potatoes, bu 60c
Apples, bushel 75c$1.25
Mutter and Eggs..
Butter, creamery 40c
Buttor, country 30c
Broilers and fryers 14c
Hons . 14c
Ducks 12 c
Steers (1000 to 1200 lb)..4c5
Sttoors (under 1000 lb) ..4c4
Hogs, fat 7 8c
Stock 6c 8
Ewes , 4 o
Spring lambs So
Veal, according to quality. .7c 9c
Notice Is hereby given that tho
county superintendent of Marion
county will hold tho regular examin
ation for applicants for state and
county papers at the First M ,E.
church, Salem, Oregon, as follows:
For Stnto Papers.
Commencing February 9, 1910, at
9 o'clock a. m., and continuing until
Saturday, February 12, at 4 p. m.
Wednesday Penmnnshlp, His
tory, Spelling Physical Geography,
Thursday Written Arithmetic,
Theory of Teaching, Grammar, Book
keeping, Physics, Civil Government.
Friday Physicology, Geography,
Composition, Algebra, English Liter
ature, School Law.
Saturday Botany, Plane Geome
try, General History.
For County Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, February
9, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m., and con
tinuing until Friday, February 11 at
4 p. m.
Wednesday Penmanship, His
tory, Orthography, Reading, Physical
Thursday Written Arithmetic,
Theory of Teachlng.Grammar, Physi
ology. Friday Geography1, School Law,
Civil Government, Literature.
1-28-1 Ot d-ltw
For that Terrible Itching.
' Eczema, totter and salt rheum
keep their victims In porcptual tor
ment. The application of Chamber
lain's Salvo will instantly allay this
Itching, and many cases havo boon
cured by its use. For sale by all
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is horeby given that tho
Board of Directors of school district
No. 40, McMInnvillo, Oregon, desire
proposals or bids for tho erection and
completion of a two-story brick high
school building with basement, as
per plans and specifications prepared
by Kroner & Honn, architects, 623
Worcester building, Portland, Oro
gon; plans and specifications for
which said building can be soon eith
er at the office of said architects, or
at the ofllco of R. L. Connor, attorney
at law, McMInnvillo, Oregon.
Bids will bo received not later
than February 5, 1910.
J. O. ROGERS.
Clerk of School Board, McMInnvillo,
A Rnliahla Romnifif
Is qulckljr absorbed. teV.
unrei hciici bi unc. 5J
ueuia uuu uroiccu
the diseased mem.
brano resulting from Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in the Hood quickly. Restores
tho Senses of Taste and BraelC Full size
50 eta. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid
Gream Balm for use in atomizers 75 eta.
Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York.
JJR FRENCH FEMALE
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X Bin. Pnwu Xiutr for Bcmwn VunniirH,
Pll AUW TO Mil. Kara. E!, 8aiu-
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Sold in Sulsm by Dr. S. C. Stona
ALCOHOL J JPEK CENT
slmtlalfng ihcFbod amfRcduta
ling Uic S totnachs andBowls of
ness and Rest.Contalns tteitfteri
Not Narcotic. ,
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A perfect Remedy for Omsfipa
tton ,Sour StomduDlarrtaea
mss andLoss of Sleep.
FacSiirak Signature oF
NEW YORK. J
Guaranteed underths iWjj
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Tho following notarial commis
sions wore Issued by tho secretary
of state today: Amzi O. Hooton,
Bridge; "W. A. Dimlck, Ortegon City;
John T. Mclntyre, Salmon; W. A.
Fullor, Grants Pass; I. S. Herbert,
A. B. Wlnfroo, Georgo Harold, S. H.
Haines, C. Kuhl, Walter H. Evans,
R. L. Edmonston, and Earl Gllland
ers, Portland; Chas. L. Oglo, Wood
burn; and G. E. Unruh, Salem.
CASTOR I A
For Infanis and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
. My entire stock of shoes are reduced in
price to suit your pocketbook. Broken lots
must be cleaned out,
1 1 5 Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon,
1 I TTilllOIll lllltSlll
(Successor to TUIsou & Co.)
1 51 -1 61 High St. Phone Main 1 39
Wholesale and Retail
Grain, Hay, Feed, Flour,
Seeds, Potatoes, Poultry
25 Per. Cent Discount on Rex Condition Powders for
the Next Ten Days
Regular $2.00 Pail $150
JU-Stilnr $1.00 Pucluigo . , , 75
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
BiQtV l&i&l4HBiQi&i1H 6 i
For Infanta and Children,
The Kind You Have
TNC OIKTUW aopntt. NW VQBK.CIT-
will' got Into mischief often It
means a burn, or cut or scald. Ap
ply Ballard's Snow Llnlmont just as
soon as tho accident happens, and
tho pain will bo rolleved while tho
wound will heal quickly and nicely.
A suro euro for all sprains, rheu
matism and all pains.
Prlco 2Cc, 50c and $1.00 a bottle.
For salo by all doalora
The senior class of tho Yalo Shef
field Scientific School has boon elect
ing Its officers and expressing its
collective proforonces. Maudo
Adams Is tho favorlto actress.
O ASXO R 8 A
JUDGING BY APPEARANCES
Of course everybody does that, and
Laundry Work can't bo judged any
other way. Everything subjected to
our artistic treatmont comes out as
clean as a polished surfaco, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed proper
ly last twice as long and look twen
ty times hotter than goods badly
laundrled. Wo mako cheap fabric
masquerade fdr somothlng hotter.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phono 25. 1.10-1(10 South Liberty St.
Is the Road
t C4-HH-48I f ttt I
VI V I
Fire! C y Fool
Proo JL JT Proof
In considering making your own
light, or cooking, -why not coins'
tho F. P. Gas Machine and
beta Light. ' ' .'" 5
Will Bell and install this mo
nnd guarantoo It to glvo o por
cent more light for tho sa aoney
than electricity or city gas. Let mo
figure with you, estimates furnished,
Call at my shop and Bee tho lights
and stoves In operation.
I also carry PYRO DENATURED
ALCOHOL utilities. Safe, economi
A. L. FRASER
858 0tato tit.
Salem's Old Reliable
Has been thoroughly renovated I
from celling to basement.
Nickel plated racks havo been 3
put In in place of wooden ones.
The woodwork has been enam
eled and a marble wainscoting
put in. Drop in and look
L C Cross & Son
Salem's most popular res
taurant, 362 Stnto street. Wo
never close, upon all night.
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry Nottlng, Shingles, Mal
thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
CHAS D. MULLIGAN
250 Court St.
Mado by tho SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Mudo for Family Uso.
Salem Fence Works
Ask your grocer for it. Bran
and Hliortw always on hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
JUiAT CII NESID DOOlOlt
u. M. l U M
has medicine whluh will cure any
Known dlsensu. no makos u specialty
of and gu-.rantoos to cure Catarrh,
Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rheuinatiam,
Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney
troubles; also any blnckoned r
swollen (soreness, broken limbs;
Smallpox, Epldomlo; ull kinds o
Bolls, Lost Mnuhrod, Fomalo Weak
ness, Hornls Troubles and Parulyola
onsultntlon froo. Caro of Ylck S
Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herb
163 High street, upstairs. Salem, Or
HICHESTER S PILLS
T- . Mills IMAaiW-Vlf IIUA.MI.
;ni n qy rtniififiiw FVFPWHFRE
wk&iMA OVER 60 YEARS'
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