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PAGE BIX, VMTjY QAPITATi JOURNAL. 8AMSH. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIIi 27, 1010.
AND IS NOW IN A STATE OP NER
VOUS COMAPSE FROM SOR
ORIETV INITIATION WILIi BE
THREE YEARS BEFORE 8IIE
'united rsiBs tuasD wibs.
Bridgeport, Conn., April 27.
Whilo Miss Ethel Clark Is critically
ill at Brattloboro, tho city board of
education today Is Investigating a
high Bchool Bororioty Initiation
which is alleged to bo responsible
lor her condition.
Miss Clark is tho daughter of F.
Clark, a member of tho lower house
of the Connecticut gonoral assembly.
Her Initiation. Into tho secret socloty
occurred early last February.
According to Information elicited
by tho Inquiring bpard. tho girl was
blindfolded and fed macaroni and
ojutors, believing they wore angle
worms and pollywogs.
Soon after her Initiation Miss
Clark suffered a nervous collapse.
Sho was taken to Brattleboro for
Doctors who have charge of her
caso say it will bo at least three
years before her stomach and nerves
rotnrn to a normal condition.
STORM'S ANTICS TUZZLE
CHICAGO WEATHER, SHARPS
united rnuas lhakbd wins.
Chicago, April 27. Chicago weath
r nharps aro puzzling today over tho
queer antics of a storm that has been
passing and repassing abovo tho city
tor several days.
Tho storm first appoarod last Fri
day, and, after a two-days' blow,
was lost to tho northwest of Lake
A day later it mot a storm from
tho Eastern states, and tho combined
gales camo raging back over tho city.
Passing toward tho southwest tho
storm met with another from Kan
sas, and was again blown over Chi
cago. Weather men look upon tho aerial
antics as phonomenal, and havo been
busy tracing tho courso of tho gales.
Tho storm now Is bollovod to bo In
central Michigan, whero, it la hoped,
that it will vanish.
Fell Off tho Water Wagon.
Now York, April 27. "Bugs"
Ilaymond, eccentric twirlor for tho
Now Yqrk Giants, quit today. Ho
bad a quarrel with Manager McQraw
and announced that ho would throw
no mora twisters for tho Giants.
Tho old water wagon ruld that
McGraw insists on was tho source of
tho trouble "Bugs" has frequently
bad disputes with McGraw over the
question of tho propor sort of liquid
to bo used for drinking purposes.
Tho argument has frequently been
sottlod by tho fistic method.
Mast Answer or Tlioft.
ruNiTKD rasa uuHsn wtu.1
Moscow, April 27. A 15-yoar-old
lad named Fonim will havo to an
swer for tho tlioft of $500,000 worth
of Jowols from tho famous Usponskt
cathedral, In the Kremlin. Fonlm
lias uurrendorod to tho police and
roturnod tho jowols. Ho had hidden
In tho cathedral, but was Anally
forced out by hunger. Owing to his
youth and Ignorance tho authorities
aro disposed to doal with him. leni
ently, Do you want soft yellow fir
lumber? Do you neod doors,
Are You u
We can Supply Your
FALLS CITY LUMBER CO.
Miss Dora LaGraiige.
Miss Dora LaGrango was born In
Lako City, Minnesota, Juno 23,
1870, and died at tho home of her
parents In South Salem, April 17,
1910. Sho camo to Oregon In 1889,
and to Salem In 1890, and hero sho
lived until her death.
Fath'cr and mother, two brothers,
and her fiancee are left behind to
grieve. A llttlo brother, long since
deail, Is with her. at rest.
Dora's Hfo was quiet and un
eventful, nnd yet hor Hfo, as woll as
her character, was out of tho ordi
nary run. Always dollcato, more
than onco through tho years given
up to dlo, and for many yoars
forced to fight sickness, yet always
bravo, smiling, and hopeful, and ab
solutely puro and true, sho lived
beautifully and died as only tho
Tho flvo persons who lovod best
aro rich In memories of this dear
ono, and a host of friends will long
recall with plcasuro her sweet, wo
manly, genuine presenso.
Miss LaGrango was a graduato of
tho East Salem school, class of 1897.
Cody Plans for Death.
Ignited rssss xjeasbd wit.
Chicago, April 27. When "Buf
falo Bill" Cody dies his body will be
tiurled on tho summit of Cedar
Mountain, In Big Horn county, Wy
oming, and over It will stand a mar
bio buffalo, 40 feet high, with oloc
trlc lights In tho oyo sockets so
brilliant that they can bo seen eight
At least that Is what Cody him
self plans, though ho says ho Is far
from a dead ono now. Tho plans
wore rovealcd by Charles A. Heath
in a Jecturo to tho Geographical so
ciety of Chicago. Heath declares
Buffalo Bill confided this plan to him
a yoar ago.
Scalp and nnlr Troubles Generally
Caused by Carelessness.
Dandruff Is a contagious disease
caused by a mlcrobo which also pro
duces baldness. Novor uso a comb
or brush belonging to some ono olso.
No mator how cloanly tho owner
may bo, theso articles may bo In
fected with microbes, which will
Infect your scalp. It Is far easier to
catch microbes than It Is to got rid
of them, and a slnglo Btroke of an
Infected comb or brush may well
load to baldness. Novor try on any
body olse's hat. Many a hatband Is
a resting place for microbes.
If you happon to o troublod with
dandruff, itching Bcnlp, falling hair
or baldness, wo havo a romedy
which wo bollevo will completely ro
llovo theso troubles. Wo aro so
suro of this that wo offor It to you
with the understanding that It will
cost you nothing for tho trial if it
does not produco tho results wo
claim, This remedy Is called Roxall
"93" Hair Tonic. Wo honostly bo
llevo it to bo tho most scIonttQc
romedy for scalp and hair troubles,
and wo know of nothing olso that
equals It for effectiveness, becauso
of tho results It has producod in
thousands of cases.
Roxall "93" Hair Tonic Is dovlsod
to banish dandruff, restoro natural
color when Its loss 1ms boon brought
about by dlsoaso, and mako tho hair
naturally silky, soft and glossy, It
does this becauso It stimulates the
hair folllclos, destroys tho gorm mat
tor, and brings about n free, hoalthy
circulation of blood, which nour
ishes tho hair roots, causing them to
tighten and grow now hair. Wo
want ovorybody who has any trouble
with hair or scalp to know that
Roxall "93" Hair Tonic Is tho best
hair tonic and restorativo in exist
onco, nnd no ono should scoff at or
doubt this statomont until they havo
put our claims to a fair tost, with
tho understanding that thoy pay us
nothing for tho remedy If It docs not
gtvo full nnd coinploto satisfaction
in ovory particular. Two sizes, 50
conts and $1,00. Romembor you
can obtain Roxall Romodlcs In Sa
lom only at our storo. J. O. Porry.
lumber? Are you looking for
screen doors or windows?
GIVE US A CALL
FOR PET BILLS
PRESIDENT TAFT ATTEMPTING
TO GET ACTION ON POSTAL
SAVINGS BANK DILI AND OTH
ER PET BU3ASURE8 -IS CONFI
DENT. Washington, April 27. With the
possibility of congress adjourning
soon after Juno 1, President Taft Is
attempting to get action on tho pos
tal saving bank bill which appears
to havo struck a snag In thd houso
Tho president Is confident a rail
road bill will pass and hopes the in
junction bill will be enacted.
Ho Is anxious to see tho postal
bank bill passed and will try to ob
tain action upon tho statehood bill.
Tho president has told friends that
he considers tho postal bank, bill
necessary to uphold tho platform
promises. He Is reported to havo
Intimated plainly that If tho house
regulars blocked Its progress, votes
could bo gained for It among the In
surgents and tho democrats.
It Is expected that as soon as the
vote Is taken on tho railroad bill,
houso republicans will hold a caucus
upon tho postal bank bill and the
OVER PRETTY GIRL
UNITED PIIKBS LEAFED WIIUS.
Butler, Pa April 27. Tony Pas
suolla and Michael Feran, Italian
laborers, aro In tho hospital today
suffering from a number of knife
wounds received In a stlllctto duel
ovor Annotto Mariano, a pretty 19-year-old
Both men were hor suitors. Yes
terday sho said: "I shall wed tho
The two Italians thereupon went
to the outskirts of tho city where
thoy slashed at each other for half
an hour. Then they wont to An
notto to whom they bared their
Annetto, said that sho could mako
no choice, as neither had won.
Whllo tho contestants wore being
taken to tho hospital, thoy grasped
hands and vowed to have nothing
more to do with tho girl.
Sham Battle for Roosevelt.
(From a Staff Correspondent of tho
Paris, April 27. As a proludo to
tho Krlegsplel, or war game, that
Colonel Roosevelt expects to view at
Berlin, tho French government today
provided a sham battle for tho edi
fication of tho American visitor.
Two brigades of Infantry, two
regiments of artillery and two regi
ments of cavalry composod tho forces
In action. Tho battle ended when
flying squadrons of cuirassiers tri
umphantly charged a battery. At
tho conclusion of tho charge Roose
velt roso to his feet and cheorod tho
Governor DolBteln directed tho
Roosovolt this nftornoon went to
Versailles, and plans to attond a por
formnnco of "Chantsller" tonight.
Kills a Mniflprfr,
A morclless murdorer Is Append)'
cltls with many victims, But Dr.
King's Now Life Pills kill It by pre
vention. Thoy gontly stimulate
stomach, liver and bowels, prevent
ing that clogging that Invites appen
dicitis, curing ConRtlpatlon, Head
ncho. Biliousness, Chills. 26c at J.
tm 1 11
well dried and well graded
Frames and builders' hardware
Phone Main 198
KINGLY HONORS BEING
PAID TO DEAD POET
UNITED MISS IJtABED WIRE.
Paris, April 27. Tho body of
BJornstJorno BJornson, Norwegian
poet, dramatist and novelist, was
removed to tho Protestant chaper
here from his home, where ho died.
Kingly honors aro being paid to
tho memory of BJornson. Tho body
will be sent to Havre, and there
taken aboard a warship bound for
Work or Good Roads.
Tho Oregon Stato Automobile as
sociation and tho Portland Automo
bile club are doing a great work for
good roads. Mr. II. R. Glenn, In
chargo of tho 'Pathfinder car"
(owned Jointly by tho stato associa
tion and the City club), in company
with Engineer E. Frank, Is going to
mako a -tour of all the principal
roads in Eastern Oregon. These
gentlemen will bo in Tho DallC3 on
Tuesday and will map out their trip
from thero with tho Idea of compil
ing an accurate road map. Rellablo
rond Information in this state is very
scarce, and with a good map availa
ble tourists' automobiles from all
parts of tho United Stato will bo al
most as plentiful on tho country
roads as in tho towns and cities to
day. This now map will show distance
between towns, grades, every turn In
the road, and odometer readings.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians
who arc to hold their annual con
vention In Portland July 19 to 24 of
this year say no meeting ever ex
cited such advance Interest. Late
advices say Philadelphia county,
Pennsylvania, will send 25 dele
gates, while from tho Middle West
special cars and even special trains
aro being planned right now.
Tho Gold Hill Commercial club is
tho latest child to see adoption in
tho great family of the Oregon De
ACKNOWLEDGE IT. '
Salem Has to Bow to tho Inevitable
Scores of Citizens Prove It.
After reading tho public state
ment of this representative citizen
of Salem given below, you must
come to this conclusion: A remedy
which cured .years ago, which has
kept tho kidneys In good health
Bince, can bo relied upon to perform
the same work in other cases. Read
C. W. Hill,. 1317 S. Commercial
St., Salem, Ore., says: "Doan's Kid
ney Pills are by no moans a now
remedy to mo, as I havo used them
off and on for years. I havo always
enjoyed good health and about tho
only thing that has made mo miser
able has been kidney complaint. I
sufferod from backacho , and was
anxious to get relief. I finally pro
cured Doan's Kidney Pills at Dr.
Stone's Drug, Storo nnd their uso en
tirely cured mo. I am a firm be
liever In tho merit of this remedy
and am pleased to recommend It
whenover an opportunity occurs.
Tho abovo statement was given
Jnnuary 31, 190. and was con
firmed on November 22, 1909, by
Mr. Hill. Ho said: "Doan's Kidney
Pills cured me of a bad case of kid
ney and bladder complaint some
tlmo ago, I am glad to say that
although three years have since
passed, I havo had not, return at
tack of my trouble."
For saloby all dealers. Price, 50
conts. oFstor-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agents for ths
Romomber tho nnmo Doan's
and tnko no other.
Road tho Journal Want Ads.
All Patent Hellene or raedlelaee ad
vertited In this paper are for Ml at
rho only cm arm atore la Oregon,
we no oa, ana u ou owct
It; errlr Urg stock; Its shelve
counters and show cases are loaded
with drugs, medicine, notions, toilet
articles, wines and liquor of a):
hind for medicinal purpose, i. r
t-tone I a rot;ular graduate in medl
cine and ha had otrny years of ox
perienca in the practice. Consulta
tions are fro. Preaer!ptaa arc
free, and only regular prtofct for sned
Ulae. Dr. Btono an a tonad at at
drug aterc, Salon, Or., rae f la ttt
1 SEALED BOXES
I A TRIUMPH IM SUCAP MAKING!
J BESISUGARFORTEA AMD COFFEE! I
I DTCaOCEBS EVIOCWnERE.t I
Music Festival in May.
Tho first week of May this year
will witness a festival of music of
two nights' duration, tho 3d and 4th
being the dates set aside. Mr. F. S.
Mcndenhall, dean of the College of
Music, and director of the festival,
has prepared an elaborate program
for the occasion.
Tho Willamette Choral Society, of
10 members, will appear tho first
night In a series of beautiful and at
tractive choral numbers, such as are
given by the best musical organi
zations in tho East. There will be
additional features of equal interest
and attractiveness, such as Mrs. F,
S. Mendenhall, head of the vocal
work of tho College of Music, so
prano sollst; tho great sextet from
tho opera "Lucia do Lammemeorr,"
will be sung; the glee club will sing
a number with soprano obllgato, and
tho Ladles' Glee Club will render a
beautiful short cantata. The pro
gram second to none in the North
lar cantata, "Traumtollsder," by Geo.
Chadwlck, thus furnishing an even
ing of the greatest musical enjoy
ment. Tho second evening will be entire
ly given up to the glee club, and
Dean Mendenhall states that the
boys were never In beter shape, and
that they will give a Glee Club pro
gra msecond to none In the North
west. Perry Rlegleman, tho clever
"stunts man," will glvo his latest
hits, and tho musical comedy sketch,
"Tho Rajah of India," will-be pre
sented In the latest and most at
tractive' shape, such as made the
greatest hit when the club was on
Was Disastrous Fire.
DKITXD FRKM LB BED WtU.l
St. Louis, April 27. After destroy
lng bottling house No. 3 of the Anheuser-Busch
brewery, a Are, which
damaged tho plant to the amount of
$250,000, was extinguished early to
day. For a tlmo the fire threatened the
hugo brewing plant with destruc
tion. Tho brewory is tho largest in
the world, and Is valued at millions
Forwa to Iicavo Home.
Every year a large number of poor
sufforers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go
to anothor climate. But this Is cost
ly and not always sure. There's a
better way. Let Dr. King's Now
Discovery cure you at home. "It
cured me of lung trouble," writes
W. R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark.,
"when all else failed and I gained
47 pounds In weight. Its surely the
King or all cough and lung cures,"
Thousands owe their lives and health
to It. Its positively guaranteed for
Coughs, Colds, LaGrlppe, Asthma,
Croup all Throat and Lung trou
bles. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
free at J. C. Perry's.
"Tako heed unto thyself and keep
thy soul diligently."
acrobat finds It necessary at all times
to keep his muscles and Joints sup
ple. That is the reason that hun
dreds of thorn keep a bottle of Bal
lard's Snow Liniment always on
hand. A sure cure for rheumatism,
cuts, sprnlns, sore throat, lame back,
controcted muscles, corns, bunious
and all pains. Price 26c, 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by all dealers.
) If It is not advertised In Tho Cap
ital Journal there Is something
(lacking geuorally the crowd.
Read the..paln rormula on the bo
of Pink Pain Tablets. Then asK
your Doctor If there is a better one
Pain means congestion blood pres
sure somewhere. Dr. Shoop'a Pink
Pa n Tablets check head pains, wo
manly pains, pains anywhere. Try
one, and seel 20 for 25e. Sold by
Capital Drug Store.
O. C. T. Co
Steamera Pomoaa and Oregon
eave for Portland Monday, Wednes
day aad Friday at It, a. m Tue
Jay, Thnrday and Saturday at a a
m. ITor Corvalll. Tuesday. Tk ars
is? a4 Saturday abvut :$ p. m
, u. p. BAiinmn. As
- - .
for backache, rhoutnatiam, kidney or bladder trouble,
AS Foley 3 KidaoyFiUa purify the blood, restore lost vitality
J. C. PERRY
The Cost is Not Large.
558 TRADE ST.
There is Onffy One
USED THE WORLD OVER TO
Always remember tho full name. Look
for this signature on every box. 25o.
Democrats think their outlook
very bright. But they should wait
until Bryan comes home. Ex.
Why hide your light under a
bushel when a pint measure will
answer the purpose.
The old fashioned way of doing a
weak stomach, or stimulating the
Heart or Kidneys Is all wrong. Dr.
Shoop first pointed out this error.
This 13 why his prescription Dr.
Snoop's Restorative Is directed en
tirely to the cause of these aliments
the weak Inside or controlling
nerves. It Isn't so difficult, says Dr.
Shoop, to strengthen a weak Stom
ach, Heart, or Kidneys, If ono goes
at It correctly. Each Inside organ
has Its controlling or Inside nerve
When these nerves fall, then these
organs must surely falter. These
vital truths are leading druggists
everywhere to dispense and recom
mend Dr. Shoop'B Restorative. Test
It a few days, and see! Improve
ment will promptly and surely fol
low. Sold by Capital Drugstore.
The city of Salem Is marchlog Into
By tho way, havo we decently
burled mountain water until tho next
typhoid fever outbreak?
Rest Treatment for Colds.
"Most ordinary colds will yield to
tho simplest treatment," says the
Chicago Tribune, "moderatlye laxa
tives, hot foot baths, a free perspir
ation and an avoldanco of exposure
to cold and wet after treatment."
While this treatment Is simple, It
requires considerable trouble, and
the onq adopting it must remain in
doors for a day or two, or a fresh
cold Is almost sure to be contracted,
and In many Instances pneumonia
follows. Is It not hotter to pin your
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
WE HAVE THEM.
106 acres, 70 In cultivation, bal
ance good timber. All fenced and
good land, on splendid road In 7
miles of Salem. Only $50 per acre.
575 acres, 5 -room house. 2 barns,
goat house and orchard; 200 acres
In cultivation nnd crop; 200 acres
open pasture, good; balance timber;
well watered: all stock and, machin
ery goes; only J20.000. See this be
fore you buy.
18 acres new 4-room house, barn,
orchard, fine well, 10 acres In culti
vation; three acres of flno timber;
bulnco pasture; all fenced, on good
road. For a few days only $2700.
We havo houses In all parts of
c'ty. from $800 to $7500. Seo us,
we can suit you.
Some fine lots closo In cheap.
We have somo choice acreage in
small tracts. House to rent, etc.
If you want to buy, seo us. Wo sell
A. O. SMITH A CO.
Phone 1S07 B44 State St.
I SAVAGE PRUNK
Wor, Farm aid City
1 1.1A K. COMMERCIAL ITT.
Made in Salem.
They Heat the Whole
AND FDFNACE CO.
CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY.
faith to an old reliable preparation
liko Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
that Is famous for Its cures of colds
and can always be depended upon?
For sale by all good druggists.
At . wr uuuimrii
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IrrltAtlnna nr iiliAUK. - 1
iuwub uiuuiDranea. rainless.
JaTftntftArl nnt rx --!.-.
I or in plain wrapper, exprM
sold bj DrurcUta,
L prepaid, on recnf pt of $1.
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UH6 tVAKS UHEMIOAL CO.
U. 8. A.
Gold Dust Flour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydaey, Oregon.
Made fcr Family Use.
Ask your grocer for It. Bran
and Hhorta always oa hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
n.Ln, tor n&i
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
REAIi ESTATE BARGAINS.
A 6-room house, lot 55x100, good
woll, woodhouso, place for chickens
and garden; a bargain, only $1000.
26 acres on main road from Sa
lem to Dallas, all In cultivation and
In crop, 1 good team, worth $400;
5 good cows; cream separator; new
sulkey plow, harrow, new buggie,
good ,wagon, and all other Imple
ments on tho place; 4-room house,
barn 40x52, good well; two-thirds
of crop of 70 acres goes with place
besides crop on It. This Is a real
good place and can be bought for
only $4800, well worth the money.
Ask us about It.
Two lots on Pairmount Hill, $375
New 5-room houso, modern, lot
50x100, In South Salem, for only
$1700. Also four lota In same block,
Five-room house, large porch, 10
lots, newly fenced, chicken tight;
good well; everything new; good'
cheap place, $2000.
We have some One .farms near Sa
lem, and also in Polk countr and
near Jefferson. All kinds of oity
property. Call on us.
J. C. SCHUIiZ A CO.,
Bush Bank Building.
pi wnuoMUHUI Wtr
and urinary irreeuiritfee.
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oim, ,eall w)th Dlua Rlbboa. V
and vicor. Rofua aubucitutca.
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