ARE YOU WEARING
THE RIGHT KIND?
DAILY CAPITA I. JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, M6NDAY, APRIL 4, 1010.
Invites your inspection of the many
we are offering.
To those we have been advertising
we add: Several Traveling Sales
men's samples, all bright,
new, snappy goods.
A large line of Muslin Underwear at 1 -3 less
Sweater Coats forladies 1 -3 less
Waists for ladies 1 -3 less
Boys' Wash Waists 1 -3 less
Girls' Wash Dresses 1 -3 less
Don't forget the great values offered
in Ladies' and Men's Tailored Suits.
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The store of real worth
and merit. The store of
The store of unusually mod
est priees. . The best values
are always here
Dairy conditions at the Oregon
Insane asylum aro equal to the best
to be found anywhere in the nation,
according to Dr. S. W. McCbiro,
chief of the bureau of animal indus
try in the northwest, who has just
returned from an official visAt to tho
Wlllametto valley. When asked con
cerning the milk supply sonditions
at the asvlum. he replied:
"I have Just returned from Salem,'
Oregon, where we tested tho dairy
herd owned by the state insane asy
lum. This herd is costltuted of 12)
cattle and Is kept in the highest pos
sible condition to economically pro
"While at tho asylum I had the
opportunity of examining carefully
the new dairy barn which has jus
been, completed under the direction
of Dr. Leo Stclner, superintendent
of the asylum. In my judgment this
barn is the most sanitary and most
up to date in evory particular of any
dairy barn located in any of the
western states, in fact, it is probable
that few, if any, barns in the United
States exceed it in sanitation and
"Dr. Stelner is to be congratulat
ed upon the wisdom he has displayed
la tho construction of this barn and
the state is fortunate indeed to pos
sess such an institution within its
borders. Under these modern con
ditions tho stato 'nsano asylum .s
Supplied with dairy products which
are unsurpassed anywhere in tho na
tion. This barn Is worth many titles
what it cost as a demonsttatlon to
the dairymen of tho state In modern
dairy sanitation. Any dairyman who
contemplates the construction of a
new dairy barn can well afford to
take a trip to Salem to view this
"Wo found tho dniry cows all fre9
from tuberculosis and found that
the old barn was kopt In a most ox
cellent sanitary condition and that
everything possible is being done to
produce tho purest possible dairy
Products for the Inmates of this in
stitution," East Oregonian.
NO WONDER HE DIED.
tho soles of his feet, and they dosed
him with ' .orange infusion of tho
metals, white vitriol dissolved 'a
compound peony water, powder ot
sacred bitter, sirup of buckthorn,
rock salt, emetic wine, two-blend
pills, bdyony compound, powder r-f
whito hellebore roots, powder o?
cowslip flowers, best manna, cream
of tartar, barley and licorice, sweut
almond kernels, sal ammolas; anti
dotal milk water, mallow root, melon
seeds, chicken broth, bark of elm,
a julep of black cherry water, flow
ers of lime, lilies of tho valley, pe
ony compound, spirit of lavender,
prepared pearls and white sugar
candy, senna leaves, flowers of canv
omlllo, gentian root, nutmeg, ab
made without hops, spirit of human
skull (commonly employed In con
vulsive disorders; tho purpose was
suggestive viz, to excite horror, ai
it was to be tho skull of a man who
had died a violent death), Peruvian
h"-1- sirup of cloves, Raleig's
stronger antidote, Goa Btone, Rhine
wine and oriental bezoar stone."
Dr. Raymond Crawford, the au
of this odd historical sketch,
bolloves that tho king's trouble was
not apoplexy, but Bright's disease.
X-RAYS AND SMILES.
DOES UP A FEW
mSITtl) PIt!22 LEASED WII1H.
Walla Walla, Wash., April 4. E.
J. Morrison and Elmer Mullinix, who
Were among the four injured in an
automobile accident on tho College
Place road Saturday night, are In a
critical condition today, and it is not
believed either will recover. O. Hoff
man and Clarence Maxfleld aro im
proved, and it is thought will be able
to leave the hospital in a day or two.
Thomas Lynch, the fifth member of
the party, who escaped injury, and
ran two miles to summon aid, follow
ing the plunge of tho machine down
an embankment, said today he had
no Idea as to what caused tho acci
dent, although a defective steering
gear is thought to be tho most prob
able cause. The speedometer on the
wrecked oar shows that it was going
at the rate of 70 .miles an hour when
the accident occurred.
The Way Charles II. Was Dosed by
His Fourteen Doctor.
Charles n. of Englnnd lived less
?. a weok "fter wns attacked
oy his fatal illness, and It is wondor
ul that he lived so long. A mono
sraph on "The Last Days of Churls
'I gives some extraordinary details
or theRp iaBt (jay8.
,w roy;i1 I'ationt had fourtcn
owors ln nt;on(innce. , Tney bled
to the extent of thirty-four
"iv shaved his hair and
h i ,bl'8terlng agents all over hi.
uea; they also nnnltml nlnsteis m
The eruption of Mt. Etna will no
doubt seem tamo to Teddy after hl3
political experiences In America.
Rosoburg organized a republican
chib last week, with a membership
An Oregon City man has brough'
suit for divorce because his wife got
drunk at a dinner party grvon at
thoir homo and sworo at the guests
so that he had to ask them to ga
Tno f!nnnon. In eulogizing the late
Congressman Cushman of Washing
ton, In speaking of tho future life,
an ill- "Ymi can sneculate about it.
but you can never settle," Which
iu nhnnt. the on y thing uncio jog
confesses Ignoranco about,
t iHnnA to J. i vl il y n rnthor hot
paving war, In which everything but
good lnienuuua is sjufcbc;o'-tiU "
mi, Mt, lina n fri-Ant. rttmitatlOD
1 11U un n - " - '
for wisdom and for no other appar
ent reason Uinn that ho knows
enough to keep his mouth shut.
A KNOCKER. .
finally resulted. Dogs were bitten
by ,the same animal before it was
killed, and tho mayor has Issued a
proclamation compelling all dog own
ers to keep their canines chained, or
the officers will shoot them.
Jeffries Starts for Training Grounds.
is a man who can't see good In any
porson or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you find
that you aro beginning to see things
through blue spectacles, treat your
liver to a good cleaning out process
with Ballard's Horbmo. A sure euro
for constipation, dyspopsia, indiges
tion, sick headache, biliousness, all
liver, stomach and bowel troubloa.
Sold by all dealors.
Tlu-rc is more net proflt In one
aire of 25 bushel wheat than In five
ucres of ten bushel wheat.
Ingredients: Buipho? oivjJrki. Qntntn. sodium obiond. Show this to your doctor.
tWonTriS Promptly destroy we senpi yer aitulmtL It remove every
fUina hair. It nourhhe the hair- Crm "latcaute ftWnd keep the calp
Emi-V"!0" 'hem to heal'h. The hair ttop trace of dandmii juci'i
out. crow, mor'e 'f j,"; "e luur " " tCan and In a healthy condition.
uoes not Coaorffle oar
State Wins Tav Suit.
Attorney General Crawford today
was advised by T. J. Cleeton, coun
ty judge of Multnomah county, that
he had decided in favor of the state
in the matter of tho Inheritance tax
of the Sollna Barr estate. In levying
tho tax originally on tho heirs and
tho widower the court erred in mak
ing an Incorrect proportion and it
was advised of tho fact by the state
treasurer. The attorney for tho es
tate agreed to have it corrected but
failed to do so but instead permitted
the 30 days for appeal to expire and
then contended that the case could
not bo re-opened or appealed.
Assistant Attorney General Van
Winkle contended that the error was
a clerical ono and .brought an action
to have tho matter corrected and tho
advice received this morning Is that
the court has upheld his contention
and decided tho case in nis tavor.
Suspected Firebug Arrested.
UNITED PnKHB IJ4AB8U W1KH.I
San Dieg6, Cal.. April 4. Tho po
lice worp busy this morning trying to
get a confession from Adolph Lewi3
Schonek, a young suspect arrested
last night, i ho police allege ho is the
llrobug who had been setting ilres ln
this city for several months, and had
successfully eiuaeu uie poucu uuu
flromen, besides telephoning to them
and taunting them with their failure
to catch him. Schonek absolutely de
nies ho had any part In tho fires.
Ho wus caught last nlghUust after
an alarm of lire was turned In at
Second and Spruce streets.
Ho was grabbed at tho firebox by
Councilman Woods and others who
wore hidden nearby and promptly
takon In an nutomoblle to tho police
station. Tho crowd yellod "Lynch
him!" but tho man was taken awuy
so quickly that he was novor ln
Died Krnm Coyote llltc.
IVNITIV) rtlBSH IJ3AHUD WIBB.1
Spokane. Wuih.. April 4. Roger,
the C-yeRr-old son of John Troutnian,
HvInK five mile oast of GeiiBMOe,
Idaho, U dead today from rablw.
.oil liv Min liltB nf a covnte Inut
week. Whllo playing ln the yard of
hla fat hers home, the lad was at-
tiv the coyote, which, mad
iiened by hungor. Inflicted several
UMTED PRESS LBASKP "WHtH.l
Oakland, Calif., April 4. James
J. Jeffries, Mrs. Jeffries and party
arrived here this morning from Los
Angeles, enroute to uowaruennan
where Jeffries will take up active
training for tho light with Jack
Johnson July 4.
Upon arrival at Oakland Jeffries
debarked from tho train at the Slx-teenth-streot
station, thereby giving
the slip to a number. of newspaper
men who had gathered at the Oak
land molo to greet him.
Jeff was met at the Slxteenth
streot station by an old friend,
"Dick" Adams. Tho Jeffries party
entered Adams' automobile and
were whirled away.
. It was expected that Jeffries
would "cross the bay" later in the
day and leave for Rowardennan
from San Francisco this afternoon.
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Weston Reaches Cldcago.
UNITED mESH LSASCD WtBB.
Chicago, April 4. Edward Pry
son Weston the aged pedestrian,
passed through Chicago early today
on his tramp from tho Pacific to tho
Atlantic. For tho first time on any
of his long jaunts routed through
this city ho did not stop here for a
rest. Ho walked east passing
through tho southern part of Chica
go and going to Hammond, Ind. Ho
Is 11 days ahead of his schedule.
Notice of intention to improve
South Commercial street from the
south line of Mill street to the north
line of Mission street, in tho City of
Notice Is hereby given that tho
common council of the city of Salom,
Oregon, deems it expedient and pro
poses to improvo South Commercial
street from tho South lino of Mill
street to the north line of Mission
street, In the City of Salem, Oregon,
with concrete pavraent, according to
the plans and specifications adopted
for such Improvement, and on file
at tho office of tho city recorder of
said city, at tho expense of the ad
jacent and abutting property within
the limits of said proposed improve
ment, which said plans and specifi
cations aro hereby referred to for a
more complete description of such
Remonstrances may bo filed
against said improvement within 10
days from tho final publication of this
Tho date of tho first publication of
'this notice is tho 2d day of April,
1910.' W. A. MOORES,
4-2-1 lt-dly City Recorder.
1-1 of l'otmd a Weok.
at least, Is what a young babyough'
to gain in weight. Doofl yours? 1
not there's something wrong with ltr
digestion. Give it McGee's Baby
Elixir and It will begin gaining at
once. Curse stomach and bowe'
troublon, aids digestion, stops rrot
M l..it.l ..
following the attack symptoms of ?f 2Bo and 60c' 80,(1 by a1'
rabbes were manifested, and death aoaorB- ,
OF JAP SPIES
Manila, April 4. Much indigna
tion has been aroused by the release
of tho two Japanese who were ar
rested here a few days ago on the
charge of being spies. The Nippon
ese were given their liberty on cable
instructions from Washington. Ow
ing to the fact that there is no pro
vision in the Philippine military
code governing the trial of spies of
a nation not at war with tho Unitpd
States the alleged spies were turned
over to tho civil authorities.
An Investigation of tho civil laws,
likewise showed that the statutes
were Inadequate to punish them,
with the result that they were re
leased after Washington had been
Members of the American military
staff hero look upon tho release of
tho Japffneso as an open Invitation
for renewed activity of Japanese
spies, who will now feel encouraged
to learn as much as possible regard
ing the American defenses here.
It is probablo that a demand will
be made on congress to remedy tho
r united rnnss lbascd wieh.J
London, April 4. After varying
degrees of success In West Hartle
pool shipyard of Furness, Withy &
Company, which was being operated
on a co-operativo plan, has returned
to its old system following a voto of
Its employes to discontinue tho pro
flt sharing plan.
Tho employes declare that Sir
CHrlstopher Furness plans for In
creased permanent worklngmon
werp not carried out under the plan.
Labpr leaders also opposed It fpr the
reason that it tonded to disrupt
Tho agreement Included a 9 per
cent Interest annually on all sums
invested by workmen and an agree
ment on the part of the workmen
not to strike but to submit all dif
ferences to a board of arbitrators,
The drama of human life is more
interesting than tho novel; tho tftory
of tho day's work Is tho most won
derful story ever written.
President Roosevelt Says
that outdoor oxorclso is needed by
tho American people. That's all very
well, but how can people with rheu
matism follow that a'dvico? Tho
answer is simple use Ballard's Snow
Liniment and tho rheumatism will
go; leaving you ua spry as a colt.
Gives quick and permanent relief
from rheumatism, neuralgia, lamo
back and all pains. Sold by all
I ll u
' 'CLOVE FITTING"
111! fi i
means style, fit and service.
That's wliat you get when you
buy our line. Wo arc showing
OXFORDS and the popular
ANKLE STRAP PUMPS in till
IMPROVE THE FIGURE
"WITHOUT DISTORTING IT
Wo Just opened a big shipment
of NEW SPRING MODELS in the
long, slender effects, with lovr
Don't fit your new dress over
last year's models. Now is tlio
time to mako n selection while
our rango of sizes is complete.
We've added a
to tho lino that is an improvement
over former models. Onr price Is
WHITE H0VSB LOW CUTSi
CREDIT STORES CAN'T MATCH OUR PRICES.
Qurantine Colorado Cattle.
UNITED Micas LEASED WIRE.
nonvor nnin.. Anril 4. The Fed
eral government today is planning a
.. . . . i . i
quarantine against uoiorauo cumo
-irrnrriinf' in Stata Veterinarian
T.nmh nnri thn nnarantine will bo en
forced unless the cattlemen of West-
em vjoiorauo uip iuou oiuun. iui
Tho proposed action by tho gov-
M'n tti fin
until after tho coming mooting of
tho Colorado Stock Growers associa
te Tint firanrl .Tnnr.Mnn in Jlllv. to
await co-operative action by tho
Mario Corelll Will Recover.
A Reliable Remedy
's Cream Balm
ii quickly absorbed.
Citei neliel at Once.
h oluauswt, soothes,
aoaU aud protects
frlia i f I ann bo1 main.
brone reimltlnff from Cntnrrh nnd drive
iwuy a Cold in the Head quickly, ltcstore
.ho Senses of Taato and tiinell. Pull size
50 ota. at DruggUU or by mall. Liquid
Oream Balm for use In atomizers 7(5 ots.
EJy Brothers, 60 "Warren Streut, how York.
UNITED TRESS LEASED WIIU3.TI
London, April 4. Marie Corelll,
novelist, who has been critically ill,
Is thought to have passed the crisis,
and today her physicians believe
that she will recover.
Kills a Murderer.
a merciless murderer Is Appendi
citis with many victims, . But Dr.
King's New Lifo Pills Kill it ny pre
vention. They gontly stimulate
utmnnnh. liver and bowels, prevent
ing that clogging that invites appen
dicitis, curing uonstipauon, neau
ache, Biliousness, Chills. 25c at J.
(UNITED PRESS I.P.ASED WIKB.J
Chicago, April 4. Four girls prob
ably were fatally hurt and eight In
jured severely today by jumping from
the blazing six-story building of tho
Central Laundry Co. When tho flro
started 15 girls were at work ln tho
Those who aro believed to hayo
been fatally Injured were: Kntlo
Hrychzcky, 20 years of age; Annie
Kunlrlck, 32; .Toslo Stofbeck, 19;
Kate Rockefeller, 27. Tho girlsd
jumped from tho second story of tho
structure. When tho flro started thero
was a panic among the employes,
most of whom were working on tho
The explosion of a steam pipe
started the blaze,
"Did you over have appendicitis?"
said tho insurance man. "Well,"
answered tho skeptic, "I was oper
ated on. But r never felt sure
whether it was a case of appendici
tis or a caser of professional curios
ity. Washington Star.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The United States Natloual Bank, at Salem, ln tho Stato. of
tho close of business, March 29, 1910.
Loans and discounts .
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ... . . '. .. ..
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Bonds, Securities, etc ',
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Duo from state and private banks and bankers, trust com
panies and saving banks ,
Due from approved reserve agonts.
Checks and other cash items f. . . . . . .
Notes of other national bankB . . , . . .
Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents ,
Lawful money reserve in bank, vlx; t
Legal tender notes i "20.00
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer (5 per cent of circuln-tion
Total .... $891,004,71
Capital stock paid in . ,.w $100,000.00
Surplus fund 26,000.00
Undivided profits, less exponses and taxes paid .... ; 0,228.68
National bank notes outstanding ,i 24,700.00
Due to state and private banks and bankers ,
Individual deposits subject to check., V '.
Domand deposit certificates '. i '.
TImo certificates of deposit ........ .v . . . . . .
Certified chocks ,-. , ' '".
Cashlor's chocks outstanding
Total ' $$91,004.71
Stnto of Oregon, County of Marlon, s
I, IS. W. Hazard, oanhlor-Qf tho,abovo nmp( bgnlf, $o solemnly swonr
that the abovo atatomont Ib truo to tho host of my knowledge and bollof.
B. W. IIA3ARD, Cashlor.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d day of April. 1910.
V. N. DBRBY.
Correct Attojjtj '. 3. P. ROGERS,
I). W. EYRE,
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