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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
E. UOFEIt, Editor and Proprietor.
GRAIN ON FOOT
Independent Newspaper Deroted to American rrlndplei and
the Progress and Dovelopement of All Oregon.
Published Every Trenlng Bxoept Sunday, ealetn, Ore.'
(lnvtrUblr in Advance.)
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InllTt by mall, per year. -. 4.00 For
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OUNCILJDUN WERE STILL
WEARY FROM MONDAY'S
STRENUOUS SESSION AND
JFAILED TO SHOW OT LACK
MUND ONLY ASKED, "WHY?"
Still fatigued from the lengthy
and strenuous session held Monday
vonlng several of the members of
tho city council failed to malto their
appearance (or the special meeting
to bo held last night, and for the
Mack of a quorum an adjournment
vrns taken until Monday evening.
Tho meeting had been called for
the purposo of transacting tho bust
ncsB which tho council was unable to
dispose of becauso of tho lack of
timo Monday evening. When halt
past eight arrived tho council still
lacked a quorum and Clork Moores
after endoavoring to locato tho ab
Bent ones ovor the tolophono, called
those presont to ordor, announced
that the mayor wnB In Portland and
that ho was unable to locato any of
'tho absent councilmon. An adjourn
ment was, thoroforo, takon and Just
as tho council men woro passing
out tho door they mot tho mayor, but
tho council was still without a quor
um, -and attondlng councllmbn Jour
JFERItY RO AT ON KOOTENAI RIV-
Kit PARTS OAHLE AND IS CAP
SIZED BY THE SWIFT CUR
JtENT TWO KILLED BY CA
3 ILK, THREE DROWNED.
JLIbby, Mont., Juno 16. Prepara
tions nro being mailo today for tho
funerals pf tho flvo victims of a fer
ry boat accident horo yestorduy af
ternoon In which throo persons were
drowned and two killed when tho
cable, attached to tho ferry broko
under tho strain and swopt a num
Tier of porsons into tho Kootonnt rlv
Tho forry was In mid-stream when
1t capsized. " Six porsons woro
aboard, and threo cscapod.
A. O. Frnntz, ferryman.
Frank Murray, six years old.
A largo number of persons gath
ered on Uio bank whoro they woro
witching tho struggles of tho vic
tims, when the forry cable snapped
under tho strain. It ourlod ovor tho
crowd nnd laBhod thorn, hurling it
Bcoro Into the rlvor. John Mulllnox
nnd Thoodoro Wall woro killed out
.right. Several woro ba.dly hurt.
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PAID TOO MUCH
Now York, Juno 10. Conimls
uloua paid Insurance agents and
brokers nro too high, according to
reports from an Investigating com
mlttco representing tho Insurance
commissioners of many stutos, in
session horo today. In somo states
tho commission Is 40 por cent, whllo
tho nvorngo for to whole country Is
21 par cent.
Tho coinmlttoo Is ondoavorlng to
And moans for reducing the oxpousos
of lnsurnnao organizations. It will
probably recommend that commis
sions, of agents be reduced to the es
tablishment of a uniform rato bo.
cause, it is said, of tho keen compe
-T . -O
It la Just Uolne ronllaod that tho
Trans-Siberian Railroad was a poor
job from an engineering standpoint
OOQOOOOO0OOO 0 000 0
0 Capital National Bank, 0
, Salem, Oregon. 0
O Capita), Surplus uud Undivided 0
O Profits, 9J40.000 0
O Officer and Directors! 0
O J. H. Albert President 0
O B. M, CroUftn. .Viot-Prwldsnt 0
O Jos. II. Albert Cashier 0
O John A. Caroa, 0
0 Geo. V. Rodgera. 0
MADE UP FOR
ROUGH RIDERS AND SPANISH
WAR VETERANS WILL FORM
ESCORT FOR ROOSEVELT
MAYOR GAYNOR TO DELIVER
ADDRESS OF WELCOME.
(UNITED PltBBB U9ABSD WISE.
Now York, Juno 10. Dotalls of
tho reception to bo accorded Theo-
doro Roosevelt upon his arrival In
New York Saturday were completed
today and the committee In charge
fools certain there will bo no hitch
in carrying out tho program. Tho
parado and reception ceremonies will
bo concluded at 11:30 o'clock.
Mayor Gaynor will deliver a brlof
speech of welcomo to Roosevelt,
who Is expected to reply briefly.
Roosevelt will have nn escort of
Rough Riders and Spanish war vet-
ornns in tho march up Fifth avenue
from Eighth to Thirty-sixth street.
Twonty-flvo thousand members of
political organizations will lino the
nvonuo and cheer tho distinguished
leador ns ho passes.
Thoro will also bo members of
many social nnd fratornal societies
along tho lino of march, Including
Italian, Hungarian and Scandinavian
Roosevelt and his family will dim;
at tho homo of Douglns Robinson at
Sagamoro Hill and will leave Long
Island City at 4 o'clock In tho after
noon. Tho Nassau county reception
committee has mado arrangements
foj- Roosovolt to travol In a private
car on a special chartered train.
A dotachmont of 144 Rough Rid
ors under Colonel Aloxandor will
march ahead of tho carriage In
which Roosovolt nnd Mayor Gaynor
will rldo. A detachment of mounted
police and a band will lend tho pro
Following the Roosevelt carriage
and surrounding It will bo mounted
rough riders. Carriages boarlng
other notables nnd representatives
from other states will bo next In line
Two thousand United Spanish
war votorans will await tho arrival
of tho parado at tho Woshlngton
arch and will' probably prosont
Roosovolt with resolutions of wel
como. Tho voterans will then fall In
at tho roar of the procession.
It is bollovod tho program will
conchulo at 1:30 o'clook.
A wireless message roco'ved hore
today from Roosevelt said all wore
woll. Thoodoro Jr., sont a wlroless
to his brothor Kormlt, aboard tho
stoamshlp Kalsorln Augusto Vic
toria, asking him to sorvo- as best
man nt tho forinor's woddlng which
will tako place Juno 20. Evolyn
Irving, who wbb first soloctod by
young Roosovolt for this honor, has
withdrawn owing to his fnthor's
Tho Kalserlno AugiiBto Victoria
was 310 dogroos southeast of Sab'o
Island when the wlroloss mossogo
was sont from tho steamer.
Srnrod Into Sound Health.
Mr ,D. F. Kolloy, Sprlngfiold, 111.
allowed his kldnoy and bladder ail
ment to run on until his condition
nlarmod him groatly. Thon ho took
Foloy Kldnoy Pills with splondld ro
suits. Ho says: "About a yoar ago
I began to bb troublod with my kid
neys nnd bladder, which grow worse
until I was alarmed nt my condition.
I suffered also with dull heavy bond
aches and tho action of my bladdor
was annoying and painful. I wua
fooling very miserable when I road
of Foloy. Kldnoy Pills. Aftor taking
them a few weeks I found myself freo
from all distress, tho hoadaohos no
longer troublod mo, and tho action of
my kidneys and bladder was onco
more normal, This la duo ontlrely
to Foloy Kidney Pills In which 1
have groat canfldooQO." Sold Yy J, C.
The Argentine Legislature Is con
sidering the eotutrueUon of under
ground railways for1 Duenna Ayroa.
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'tanks On Sura Thing Now
"I'll uavtr be without Dr. Klug's
Now Life Pills again," writes A.
S'hlngMk. 6J7 Blm St., Buffalo. N.
Y. "They eu-ed we of chronic eon
stlp&tlon when all others failed.'
UnequRled for biliousness, Jaundlae.
Indigestion, headaoho, chills, malaria
and debility. 2 So at J. 0. Perry
DR. W1TI I YCOMHE TELLS WHY
HOGS ARE MORE PROFTABLE
THAN GRAIN $11 WHEAT
MAKES $17 PORK PEAS MAY
BE FED OFF WITHOUT HAR
VESTING AND YIELD A RE
TURN FROM GAIN OF HOGS OF
FROM $10 TO $20 PER ACRE.
From a letter written by Dp.
Wlthycdmbe, director of tho Oregon
Agricultural Exporlment, Station,
the following extracts are taken.
The Northwest offers unlimited
opportunities for producing high
class beef. Despite tho fact that
cprn may not be available, other
feed stuffs equally as good can be
produced in great abundance. Good
killing stuff can bo secured from
well-cured wild or alfalfa hay. There
Is llttlo wasto In feeding well cured
alfalfa hay cut at the proper sea
son, but when overripe or coarse Its
value will be Increased from 20 to
35 per cent by running it through
Somo grain or succulent feed
should bo fed with hay to fatten cat
tlo. In practically all of tho stock
jfeedlng districts the field pea or
fodder can be grown. If these are
ensiled and fed In tho following ra
tion 15 pounds of alfalfa or wild
hay, 30 pounds of corn or pea silage
and 5 pounds rolled barley a gain of
2 pounds per day should bo secured
for a period of 90 days. It would
put tlio steer In prime condition and
thus add from 1 to 2 cents per pound
to tho value of his Initial weight.
Another excellent feed for fatten
ing cattle is a combination of alfalfa
and beardless barley hay. These
may bo grown separately or In many
Instances grown together ndvantage
ously. For oxamplo, fields where
alfalfa Is not th'ckly set should he
thoroughly disced with a splke-toolh
disc In ,tho spring and beardless bai
ley drilled in and the whole cut for
liny. This combination is excellent
for putting beef cattle In tho very
best condition for market.
Prime mutton can bo economically
producod from the same 'feeds sug
gested for cattle. In Eastern Oregon
tho principal winter fattening feed
should bo alfalfa and beardless bar
loy hay and rolled barley. In West
ern Oregon conditions are Ideal for1
producing tho highest quality of
mutton and early market lamb. The
wlntor feed should bo Clover and
vetch hay, kale and rolled barley.
These feeds can all bo produced In
great quantities and cannot bo ex
celled for mutton production. Much
of tho growth of sheep, however, In
this section can be secured In the
open flold from rape and winter
Oregon is pre-eminently a hog
country, No section can excel this
stato for quality of production when
properly finished on home-grown
food. Barley or wheat aro tho Ideal
fattening feeds for hogs. At tho
Orogon Exporlment Station In food-
Ing experiments conducted for tho
past ten years, tho averago amount
of whoat or barley required to pro-
duco ono pound gain was four and
one-half pounds. It was also ascer
tained that it cost approximately
from threo nnd one-half to four
cents por pound to grow a pig to fat
This must bo dono, however,
largely In tho open flold on alfalfa,
votch, clovor or rapo.
Pigs grazed on clovor during thq
sumnior hnvo given n return In
growth of ovor $40 por aero and
frdm alfalfa ovon hlghor than this.
Estimating that It costs four cems
por pound to grow tho hog and when
ready to bo fattonod ho weighs 150
pounds, mnkos a total cost of 6.
Aftor consuming 450 pounds of
whoat or barloy ho should weigh
250 pounds and bo worth' nt sovon
i cents per pound ?17.50, or giving a
! roturn for 450 pounds of wheat or
barley of $H.50. This gives a gross
return to the farmer for his wheat
of $1.53 per bushel, and for his bar
ley $1.28 per bushel.
Field peas aro also valuable for
These may be fed off without
harvesting and will yield a return
from gain of hogs representing from
$10 to $20 per acre. In alfalfa
growing sections hogs can be grown
very cheaply and finished economi
cally upon barley.
What is true of Oregon is truo of
Washington nnd Idaho. This is i
now era and wo are confronted by a
condition. We must rise to meet It.
Tho merchant anticipates tho de
mand for somo articles and takes n
risk. Tho farmer and tho ranch
man tako no risk in preparing cat
tle, sheep and hogs for tho Portrland
UNITED rUBS LEASED WIU.
Spokane, Wash., Juno 16. Fran
chises to tho North Coast and Mil
waukee railroad companies nnd for
SEEK BARGAINS THAT ARE TRULY BARGAINS
Bear In Mind That We Are on Liberty Street.
:No store today is offering such values as you will find in our removal sale, We are going to occupy the largest ex
clusive store in the Willamette Valley, and have decided to sell our present stock for what it wil Ireasonably fetch.
SOME WOOL SDITS-Latest Models
Suitable for wear the year round. Regular values $15
to $35, removal sale $6.95 to $14.95; perfect fit guar
anteed. Dresses ,waists ,wash suits , coats, underwear, in fact
rv thing- for women to dross, at the same cut
If you are in Need of the Best
Obtainable in the way of Dry
ing Stove, either for Fruit' or
Hops, get a High Grade Boiler
Plate Steel Stove made by the
The Old Cast Iron Stove is Out
of date and you will get Fooled
by Buying One. Call and see , us
the Union passenger station in Spo
kane were granted by tho city coun
c l last night. This puts an end to
the long and acrimonious discussion
in the council nnd by the public, ex
tending over a period of three
months, and It also disposes of the
proposition that tho franchise matter
be left to a vote of- the people.
An amendment that the city re
ceive compensation for streets to be
vacated, when such vacation occur,
was adopted. 'Another amendment
proposing that, beginning with the
year 1915, each railroad pay a year
ly revenue of $1,000 for the fran
chise was voted down. An amend
ment requiring that the franchises
bo submitted to a vote of the people'
to determlno whether they approve
the franch'ses on terminal rate ba
sis was twice voted down.
THE REAL TEST
Of Hernlicido Is In Giving It a Thor
There Is only one test by which
to judge of tho ofllcloncy of any ar-
tlclo and that Is by Its ability to do
that which it is Intended to do.
Many hair vigors may look ntce
and smell nice, but tho point is -
do they eradicate Dandruff and stop
No, they do not, but Herplclde
does, because It goes to tho root of
the evil and kills the germ that at
EVERY TIME YOU SHOP
Complete Outfitters For Ladies and Children
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FURNACE CO., 558 Trade st-
tacks the papilla from whence the
hair gets Its' life.
Letters from prominent peopb
everywhere are dally proving that
Nowbro's Herplclde steads the "test
It is a delightful dressing, clear,
pure and free from oil or grease.
Sold by leading druggists. Send
10 cents in stamps for sample to the
Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich. Ono
dollar bottles guaranteed. J. 0. Per
ry, Special Agent.
To Cure Cold In One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnl
Tablets. Druggists refund money ..
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
dlgnature on each bo-. 1 2Kc TTS
Only 5 por cent of tho total
area of the world is tillable.
Special, attention is called to our millinery department,
or 200 beautiful trimmed hats to choose from, at
and below the cost of material,
Don't fail to benefit by at least investigating what we
advertise. Remember we will refund the money if you
a:e not satisfied,
Tho telephone and telegraph wires
of tho United States would encircle
tho earth at the equator moro than
GREAT CHINESE DOCTOR
L. M. HUM
has medicine which will cure any
known disease. Ho makes a special
ty of and guarantees, to cure catarrh,
asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism,
debility, stomach, liver, kidney
troubles; also any blackened or
swollen soreness, broken limbs;
smallpox, epidemic; all kinds of
bolls.lost manhood, female weak
ness, hernia troubles and paralysis.
Consultation free. Care of Ylck So
Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herbs.
15"3 High street, upstairs. Salem,
JUDGING BY APPEAItANCES
Of course everybody does that, and
Laundry Work can't be judged any
other way." Everything subjected t
our artistic treatment comes out an
clean as a polished surface, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed proper
ly lost twice as long and look twen
ty times better than goods badly
laundrled. We make cheap 'abrte
masquerade for something better.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phono 25. 130-100 Houth Liberty St