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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1010.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
IIOFER, Editor nd Proprietor.
'inopondom Newiptper Devoted to American Principles and
the iroifro and Dorelopement of All Oregon.
ublliod BTetr BTenlnir Except Snnday, Salem, Ore.
(InTariablr In Adrauco.)
llf, 07 c trior, per roar. (6.00 For month.... ....60c
a.ur, br mall, por rear. 4.00 Per month 85o
tttntlj, by mall, per Tear.... .... '.00 Six month! ....fi0o
The Alumni, of tho State Normal at Monmouth ask your nupport for
that school. ; 'You know wo must have teachers. Wo must educate tho
boys anil girls; n trained tcachor is tho host agency for this. Tho cost
Is four cents a year on a thousand dollars. Vote Yes for Monmouth,
and settle tills question. J. II. V. UUTLER, Sec. Com.
Strawberries by tho crato on April
22 That Is Douglas county's record
this year eight days earlier than
last season's first picking. However,
this coiinty leads all tho rest of the
stato ovory year whon It cbmos to
producing tho oarliest fruits and
herrles, As to the quality there are
iiono finer than tho Douglas county
product,' With tho earliest spring
coason, as well ns tho best all tho
year 'round climate n tho stato, to
gothor with Its splendid soli and
land still very reasonablo In prlco,
wo should sot several thousand now
pcoplo this season to locato and
hulld homes hero: says Rosoburg
"Articles of incorporation havo
been filed by the Sclo-Lacomb Rail
road. This road Is to run from Mun-
Iccro, on tho Corvallls and Eastern,
to Sclo, and thonco to Jordan valley.
Tho capital stock Is ?B0,000. The
Incorporators are A. G.Prlll, E. C
Poory and Charles Wesley. A part
of tho money for building tho road
from Munkors to Sclo has boon
raised, and tho rest will bo scourod.
It Is proposed to have a train run
ning at thp oponlng of tho county
fair," Bays Lobanon Express.
"At the mooting of tho city coun
cil Tuesday night dotalled plans for
a now city hall woro fully settled on
by tho architect and the council,
and tho architect was Instructed to
got out plans and specifications for
tho samo, and as soon ns thoy can
ho prepared tho eommtttoo will ad.
vortiso for bids for the construction
of tho building, Tho approximate
cost will bo between $10,000 and
912,000' says Lobanon Express.
"Tho hlghost prlco ovor paid In
tho 'Roguo Rjvor valley for im
planted orchard land was pnfd
Thursday, whon tho John Cox place,
a mllo southwoa't of the city, wnp
sold for liUS an aero, or $12,000 for
tho tract, which consists of -280
acres. Tho place Is considered one
of tho best In tho valloy which has
not yet beon planted to orchard,
and tho now owners plan to start
work soon getting tho land In condi
tion for planting orchard," says
f Medford Trlbuno.
"Judgo H. H. Hewitt, of this city.
who woh requested by tho state rail
rood commission to act as special
connBol in tho ten-cent arbitrary
rate paso of tho Southern Pacific
railroad, has forwarded his accopt'
anco of tho appolntmont to tho com
mission. Judgo Howltt may bo do
ponded on to make nn able preaoilt
wont of the- pooplo's case," says Al
"Tho Pumpkin Fair association
hold a mooting last week and drow
up rules nnd regulations for Its first
"Pumpkin Show,' to bo hold a fow
tlayo earlier than tho county fair at
aSugono, the dates of which aro Son
tombor 21 to 24, Incluslvo, bo nil
those, who wish mny havo tholr ox
hlblta in rondinese to ship to the
county fair, and If arrangements can
bo mado with tho railroad companlos
for froo transportation, tho whole
exhibit may bo sent," says Eugene
"Yamhill county has always ocou
plod a Boat In tho front row of tho
counties of tho state lu agricultural
matters and now In an educational
way, sho has landed In tho front
rank. This county is tho first ono In
tho ntato to hold a county spoiling
contest. This Innovation In educa
tional matters Is due to Supt. II. II.
Dolt, who InauRiiratod tho schomo
Llko any new thing this contest has
boon watched with a groat deal Qf
IntoroBt by tho educators In other
counties and now that tho contost
hau proved sjuah n success, it will bo
adopted by other counties and, hlor.
will probably be nn educational fea
ture throughout tho stato," says
V. JL Rutherford, of Tillamook
t Oaoital National Bank f
: Salqm, Oregon
Capital, tyurnlux nd undivided ;
Profits, M40.000. i i
Offlcoiu nnd llrectoit ;;
J. (I. Albert President . '
R, IS. CrqJan. .Vice-President n
?W Alla flaahlar T
John A. Carson
. Qeo, F, Rodgere
has been selected by tho school
board as city superintendent of tho
McMlnnvllla schools next year. At
tho present time Prof. Rutherford Is
principal of tho Tillamook high
school. Ho Is recognized through
out tho stato as ono of tho leading
and progressive educators In the
state. Tho school board was fortu
nato In securing his services, as ho
had flattorlng offers from various
other cities," says Nows Reporter,
"M. O. Lownsdalo, membor of tho
Oregon stato board of horticulture
has wrltton Manager Wallace R
Strublo of tho Albany Commercial
club that tho board Is going to have
a big meotlng of the- applo growora
of tho Willamette valley In Albany
some time In M,ay. Tho Commercial
club is asked to assist In getting a
largo attendance, as there aro sov
eral very Important matters to be
taken up among tho applo growers
of tho valloy. Albany was selected
bocauso of being tho most central
point In tho valloy. Manager Stru
bio has assured Commissioner
Lownsdalo of tho hearty co-opora'
tlon of tho club in promoting tho
success of tho mooting," says Al
At a meotlng recently hold by tho
Cottage Grovo Commercial club an
Invitation was extended by tho or
ganization to tho Commorclal club
of Eugono to attend a rousing moot
ing to bo hold at Cottage Grovo by
tho club on May 1. Tho club also
decided to incroaso Its membership
and looking to that end decided to
pornVt fnrmora living tributary to
Cottngo Grovo to bo lnltlnted in tho
course of tho next CO days without
a fco. t Is expected that whon the
membership campaigning Is con
cluded that tho club will show u
niomborship of 250.
Tho twenty-second nnnual ro-un-
lon -and threo days' picnic of tho
Linn County Ploneors association
will bo hold In DrownsvU'o on Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday, Juno
22, 23. 2 1, 1910. Tho officers of tho
association met In this city last
week, and after sotting tho nbovo'
dates for tho picnic this year pro
ceeded with tho prollmlnnry work of
nrranglng for tho ovont by appoint
ing tho committees," says Browns
"Tho musicians of Dalles havo or
ganlzod a brnss band," says Polk
County Obsorvor. "August Rlssor
Is secretary of the organization;
Low Dallantyno, llbrnrian, and Lisle
Rico, troasuror. Besides a numbor
of boglnnora, tho membership of tho
now band Includes somo of Dallas's
votoran musicians, thus nssurlng a
strong organization from tho start."
"Tho Dallas Tolophono Company
has a forco of linemen busily on
gaged In rewiring tho city." says
Podk County Obsorvor. "A large
wire cable, composod of a largo
numbor of small wires, all leading
to tho central otllco, has boon put
up In Main stroot Tho work Is nil
being dona under the personal direc
tion of C. D. 8undborg, tho now
manager of tho company. Mr. Sund-
borg will In tho noar futuro Install
tho contrnl system on all linos, such
us la usod In all of tho largo cities.
This will bo n great improvement
ovor tho present system, as by tho
central energy system It will no lon-
gor bo necessary to 'ring central."
"Instructions havo boon received
by Major Swartzlandor, agent upon
tho Umatilla reservation, to circulate
petitions among tho Indians asking
for tho nbolltlon of tho toll charges
now exacted whon whlto men drlvo
stock across tho reservation," says
tho East Orogonlan. "If a majority
of the mnlo adults of tho reservation
will sign such a potltlon tho Indian
department will npprovo of oponlng
tho roads across tho - reservation
Though tho tusk boforo him sconu
a dimwit one Major Swartzlamler Is
entering upon the samo with energy
and ho hopes to meet with success.
Ho has already discussed the sub
ject with bo mo of tho Indians and
has called, a ejoinp April 27. to dis
miss the ywrtRslUon.
mont In tho city and recently a com
mittee was npplottted to Investigate
aa to Its cost.
Tho Commercial Club of Corvallls
has decided to construct a building
of Its own and at Its last meeting
appointed a committee to negotiate
for a site.
During tho past week Roguo
Rivor valloy orchard land has sold,
implanted, for $428 an acre, while
a bearing orchard has ' changed
hands at $2375 an acre. These
prices set a now record for those
paid In tho northwest for ochards
and aro based upon the production
of tho land. Hence they are simply'
another tribute to tho suponority of
tho Roguo River valley as i fruit
growing district. During tho pres
ent season over $2,500,000 hiw been
paid for fruit lands In tlrn Itoguo
River valley, says Medford Tribune.
Tho Clark-Henory Construction
company unloaded, threo carloads of
wagons and machinery at Medford,
Saturday and aro making prepara
tions to commence work their
contract for paving In Medford .s
boon as tho men and niacin: ory ca.i
be assembled. Medford Tribune.
Eczema to flu Face
Spring Hnraors anil Tirefl Feelings
Cnrefl Ho Trouble Since
Taking 'Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Sins. B. Ghat
During tho visit made Cooa
County by Rev. Shower j, pastor of
tho First United Brethren, church of
Fotland, arrangements wore made
to organize United Br-athoren
churches and build chur'.h edifices
later on at Flshtrap, Enstslde nnd
Marshfleld. When the st.Ue confer-
on co Is held In June two ministers
will bo assigned this now territory,
says Coos Bay Harbor.
Tho Coqulllo Herald says: "Stato
Organizer of the Farmer's Union,
Charles A. Hill, of Pendleton, Ore
gon, arrived last week and pro
ceeded to give lectures over the
county with a vlow to organize
several unions. Tho time has como
when union goods are required In
all markets. Tho .individual shipper
is so often swindled by commission
men that thoy cannot longer afford
to take the chances of shipping
Tho Warren Construction com
pany has been awarded a cdhtract
for tho paving of Main street In
L. N, Ronoy, who has built about
0 bridges, in iano county, has
signed up a contract with the Port
land, Eugono and Eastern to con
struct a threo-200-foot span bridge
across tho Willamette at tho end of
tho car lino Into Springfield and to
havo It completed by January 1,
1911. Eugcno Register.
Tho city council has employed
Engineer Myers, from) Tacoma, to
superintend tho construction of the
municipal power ditch at tho electric
plant on tho McKonzle at a salary
of $250 a month. Contractor Rych-
man, who has boon employed by tho
council to finish tho ditch, resumed
work today and It Is expected that
the plant will bo-rushed to comple
tion, says Eugono Guard.
More Than 40,000 Testimonials In
"From what I know personally concern
Ing tho goodness of, and the cares by,
Hood's Sarsaparllla, I heartily recommend
it for all spring
humors and tired
feelings. I had
eczema badly on
my face, and also
seemed to be
brought on or de
veloped by vac
cination. I knew
that my blood
was In very
My face was very sore and I lost ono
eyebrow. Hood's Sarsaparllla was
recommended to me and I took a few
bottles. Tho humor entirely disap
peared, and I have had no more
troublo since. I have heard very
many friends and neighbors speak of
the excellence of Hood's Sarsaparllla
and cordially recommend It." Mrs.
Bertram Gray, 248 Arnold street, New
Hood's Sarsaparllla expels from
the blood all humors and all impuri
ties that cause and promote disease,
removes weak, tired feelings, creates
an appetite, gives health and vigor.
It has probably effected more cures
than any other medicine. Thousands
of grateful people testify to its benefi
cent work over forty thousand In
There Is no real substitute for
Hood's Sarsaparllla. If urged to buy
any preparation said to be "just as
good" you may be sure It Is Inferior,
costs less to make, and yields the
dealer a larger profit. ,
Get Hood's Sarsaparllla today. In
usual liquid form or In chocolated
tablets known, as Sarsatabs. 100
Doses One Dollar. It Is prepared by
C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass., and is
cl '" 'Irncrsrlsts everywhere.
BELIEVED TO HE GEORGE
ADAMS, AN ESCAPED WALL I
WALLA CONVICT CLAIMS HE
IS INNOCENT AND THAT OF
FICERS ARE MISTAKEN.
Argument was heard this after
noon before Governor Benson on tho
application of tho stato of Washing
ton for tho extradition of Frank Orr
of tho city of Portland, whom It Is
alleged Is in reality George Adams,
an escaped convict of the Walla
Tho case Is probably ono of tho
most unique 'known to the criminal
annals of the northwest. Adams
was sentenced from Tacoma In 1908
to the Walla Walla State prison for
a term of from ono to 14 years for
the crlmo of burglary. While cn
routo to tho Institution he escaped
from tho officer at Pasco and since
then has not been heard from, but
the Washington authorities arc con
fident that Orr and Adams aro tho
same person and that they have now
The Identity t of Orr was made
known to the officers through a bur
glar who was arrested In Portland
and the Portland officers conveyed
the Information to tho Walla Walla
officers and Orr's arrest followed.
Orr has been engaged In the electri
cal business In Portland, bears an
excellent reputation among the busi
ness men there, and stoutly main
tains that It Is a case of mistaken
Identity on the part of the officers
and thnt ho Is not tho man. He an
swers, however, to tho descriptions
of Adam and the officers aro confi
dent that ho Is tho man they want.
ENJOY YOUR MEALS
By Simply Eating a LIUlo Pleasant
Tablet After Each of Them.
A special election Is to bohold on
April 27th for tho purpose of voting
upon tho organization of tho port of
Another Indication of tho stable
monetary condition of La Grande
enmo to light yestordny when Rev.
H, E. McLeod started tho subscrip
tion list for tho now M. E. church.
In tho short period of one day $5000
woro ralsod, tho first $2000 bolng
tho gift of ono family. With the
splendid Elte already purchased, tho
plans drawn and somo money to bo-
gin with, tho prospects, for com'
moncomont of the new edifice are
bright. La Grando Observer.
Tho Quarter Centennial of tho
Oregon Agricultural Collego will bo
celebrated Tuqsday, June 14. Tho
annual commencement exorcises will
tuko up tho threo days Immediately
preceding this (Into. Excursion rates
of a faro and a third will bo In oper
ation on all railroads within tho
stato and special trains will bo put
on wherever thero Is a demand. A
rate of ono faro for the round trip
will provnll on theiio trains, says
Another boom lu tho direction of
county publicity was launched at
Suthorlln last week, whon tho ladlos
of that city, assisted by mombors of
tho Rosoburg Ladlos' Auxiliary, as
sembled at tho beautiful Suthorlln
Inn nnd organized an auxiliary to
tho Suthorlln Commercial Club. Tho
organization starts out with a largo
membership, nnd Its futuro success
Is attested In a moasuro by the on
thuslasm displayed during the ini
tial meeting of tho organization fol
lowing formation, says Evening
Notice of Intention to Improve Asy
"Tho first onrlQud of wool said ?
weak." says Uttat orogonlan. "It yns
old by It V. SUwtteld to the Wool
en Mills at Pendleton.
TKfc La Grando City council lu
Ooinflderlug the proposition of pav-
KTnltrtA la ll rtrtl..f nl.tnn Mint , 1 .
flUMbU.lO IIUUU tjlVltJ 11111b IUU
common council of tho city of Salom.
Orogon, deems It expedlont and pro
poses to lmprovo Asylum Avenuo In
tho city of Salom, Orogon, with con
croto pavoment from tho oast lino of
14th Btreot to tho contort lino of
24th stroot, according to tho plans
and specifications adopted. April 1,
1010, for such Improvement, and on
file In the oflico of the city rocorder,
whtch said p'nns and specifications
aro horoby referred to for a mor
porfoct description of said Improve
ment; said Improvement to bo made
at tho oxponso of tho adjacent and
abutting property within tho limits
of said Improvement.
This not'eo Is published for 1"
days pursuant to tho ordor of the
common council, and tho data of tho
first publication thereof Is tho 13th
day of April. 1910.
Remonstrances may be filed
against said Improvement wlth'u 10
days of tho final publication of this
By order of tho common council.
-W. A. M.ooree, City Rocorder.
To Cure Cold In Ono Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money 'f
It alle to our. E. W. GROVE'S
signature on each bo?, spa TTS
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When digestion is perfect the
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Thoy are of right proportion and do
tholr work speedily and well. When
Indigestion and' dyspepsia aro preva
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If at all, aro weak and Insufficient or
aro filled with strong acids and al
When such a condition exists each
meal I9 a hardship upon tho dlgest
Ivo organs. Tho meal should
atrengen tho Juices, but on tho con
trary it weakens them, so that man
by tho very act of eating causes con
ditions to arise which of thomsolvo3
bring him pain and loathing for the
By eating one of Stuart's Dyspep
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your saliva and It goes Into your
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natural digestive Juices. Theso tab
lots aro mado up from natural vege
tables and fruit essences nnd nr
composed from Hydrastics, Go'den
Seal, Lactose, Nux, Aseptic Pepsin
and Jamaica Glngor. There Is the
formula and one grain of It will di
gest 3,000 grains of food In any
stomach, Beside digesting the food
It will give tho blood tho powor to
enrich tho digestive fluids so after a
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Though you havo no stomach trou
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Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart
Bldg., Marshall, Mich.
The Salem Military , Band, under
the direction of W. E. McElroy and
assisted by Geo. C. L. Snyder, soloist,
will give the following program In
Wilson's Ave at 8 o'clock tonight:
1 March Tho Motor King
2 Overture "Mosaic". . . .Rolllnson
3 Vocal Solo "Down In The Deep
Geo. L. C. Snydor.
4 Intermezzo "Indian Summer",
5 Characteristic "Piece Forest
C Barn Dance "Corn Huskin"
7 Selection "Manana" .... Missud
8 March (Request) Put On Vour
Old Gray Bonnet Wenrich
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Do the thing you can today and
the thing you cannot do today wllf
become the easy task tomorrow.
Good roads are sometimes, but
not always, the result of entire neg
lect on the part of poor road makers
A French physician claims to
have an elixir that will prolong
life, but It seems well to say he does
not claim that It will prolong tho
public life of a politician who Is In
bad with his constits. Ex.
Notice Is horehy given that tho
Board of Directors of School District
No. 24, In Marlon co nty, Oregon,
aro to Issue popular loan notes. In
sums not less than $50 each, and
nmountlng In tho aggregate to $25,
000 to tho bona tide resident citizens
of said district. Said notes aro to be
Issued and delivered on tho 9 th day
of May. 1010, and mado payable on
or boforo ton years from date of Is
sue, and aro to boar Interest at tho
rato of 5 por cent por annum, pay-
ablo semi-annually. ' Tho books for
snld loan aro this day openod In the
Any lady reader of this paper will
receive, on request, a clever "No
Drip" Coffee Strainer Coupon privil
ege, from Dr. Shbop. Racine, Wis.
It Is sliver-plated, very pretty, and
positively prevents al drlpp'ng of -a
or coffee. The Doctor sends It, with
his now free book on "Health Cof
fee" simply to Introduce this clever
substitute for real coffee. Dr. Shoop's
tieaitn coffee Is gaining its great
popularity because of: first, Its ex
quisite taste and flavor; second, its
absolute healthfulness; third. Its
economy 1 lb. 25c; fourth. Its
convenience. No tedlus 20 to 30
minutes boiling. "Made in a min
ute." says Dr. Shoop. Try It at your
grocer's for a pleasant surprise. J.
Oh, yes. Civil service Is grand.
Only the educated class get to do the
government work at two prices
and the nowspapers havo to help
1-4 of Pound a Week,
at least, is what a young baby ought
to ga'n In weight. Does yours? If
not there's something wrong with Its
digestion. Give It McQee's Baby
Elixir and It will begin gaining at
once. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids digestion, stops frot
fulness, good for teething babies.
Price 25c and 50c. Sold by all
The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor of tho Western
district, comprising Lane and Doug
las counties, held Its annual conven
tion at Eugene Friday and Saturday.
Tho convention was presided over by
President Williams, and the session
of both days were of an Interesting
and Instructive character.
YES, WE TACKLE SMALL JOBS
AS WELL AS LARGE ONES
If you havo a broken speed
gear or had a general smash-
up, send your car here and we 1
will put it In business again.
Private Garage Owners
Wo will wash, polish and
oil your cars for $12.00 per
month and deliver them to
We do vulcanising second to none, bring us your tires instead of
Bending them away.
xe3 we carry a complete line of Auto Supplies. Droo In and see
FOR RENT First class Machines, day or night.
SALEM AUTO GARAGE
i-ncns, Mgr. Phono 3fl
Object to Stroni; Medicines.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheumatism. Thero
Is no need of Internal treatment in
any case of muscular or chronic
rheumaUsm, and more than nine out
of. every ten cases of the disease ar?
of ono or tho other of these varieties.
When there is no fever and little (if
any) swelling, you may know that It
is only necessary to apply Chanoor
1 I T 1 I & M x A 1-1.
trtotT nt No. 3l8 StnVe streersalom; j 5!! "' For by a g00d
cotved until noon of .ao 7th day of1
May. 1910. 1
By ordor of tho Board o (rectors !
lint tut lila KMl rlnv nf Ani.lt Idtfl
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h. a. Johnson, jr. tlV'S UNam Uaim
Mr. L. H. Farnham, n prominent
drucKlst of Snlrlt Lako. Iowa. sys.
chamberlain's Stomach nnd Liver
Tablets are certainly the best th'ng
on tho market for constipation."
Give these tablets a trial. You are
certain to find them agreeable and
pleasant lu effect Price. 25 cents,
tamploa free. For sale by all good
It qulcklj abiorbtd,
Gle Relief at Once.
It c'lansos, soothes,
heahi and protects
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Qatar -h and drive
away a Cold in tho
W and rfuaU. Full size 50 eta. , nt Drug
t$H er by mall. In liquid form, 75 eenU.
sir Brothers. 60 Wuran Street, New 1'ork
Whether you are father, mother or simply a friend
of some prospective May or June bride it matters
not, you will find it convenient and satisfactory mak
ing your purchase with us, We can show you an
assortment comprising the most expensive gifts of
solid silver in handsome cases, to be handsomely
marked, as well as the simplest cut glass dish at
moderate expense, Our line of bridal gifts is varied
and we cater to the discriminating tastes, Gifts suit
ab'e for-ushers or bridesmaids are also to be found
in new and varied designs in scarf pins, broach pins,
Corner State and Liberty St.