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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1010.
HEAT AND WATKR FAMINE RE
DUCES CROP PROSPECTS TO
TWENTY.FIVE PER CENT OF
NORMAL PEACH CROP PRAC
. UNITED PEIBB LBiSID WIBB.1
Guthrie, Okla., Aug. 1. Owing to
the extended heat and drouth, cities
of Western Oklahoma are facing a
water famine. Oklahoma City,
Guthrie, Enid and other large cities
have been utterly forbidden the use
of the city water except for domestic
puropses, while Stillwater, a college
town, has been prohibited from us
ing water except for drinking pur
poses. - Aside from "the scarcity of water
the agrlcrltural board says that the
state crops will not be more than
25 per cent of normal. Hot winds,
chinch bugs and continued drouth
have damaged the crops to such an
extent that the farmers expect very
The peach crop, Is said to be
wounded that ho may not recover as
a result of a quarrel In a down-town
hotel. Mrs. Frasor shot her husband
Inflicting two woundB. She then tried
to end hor own life. A threat on the
part of her husband to bring divorce
suit is said to havo been the cause of
the shooting. Physicians today so
the woman cannot recover.
Prepares to Entertain Knights,
f UNITED TUBS UlSElt WltUt.1
Chicago, Aug. 1. Tho police, and
local hotel men are completing ar
rangements for tho accommodation of
at least 300,000 visitors during the
Knights Templar conclave, which be
gins August 8. Chief of Police Stew
art has invited the police department
of nearly every large city to send
details of detectives to aid In protect
lng tho visitors from robbery. The
hotels announce they can easily ac
commodate 300,000 visitors, and will
be prepared for that number.
Coming of Spriug in Africa.
In this part of, Africa whoro
flowers bloom and birds sing all the
year round, there is no such burat
of bloom and song as in the northern
spring and early summer, says Col
Roosevelt in Scribners. There Is
nothing like the mass of blossoms
which carpets the meadows of the
high mountain valleys and far north
ern meadows during tholr brief
high tide of life, when one short Joy
ous burst of teeming and vital beau
ty atones for the fall and winter. So
it is with the bird songs. Many of
FUNERAL OF HENRY ltnem are beautiful, though, to my
ll miprn nr Tears, none quite as beautiful as the
ut ..mrrr,..,B.u of ou own bird songs.
IVII. HIVUEL, dUlVUATl At any rate there is nothing that
I quite corresponds to the chorus that
ino xunerai or the late Henry during May and June moves north.
Kllngcr, of Mt. Angd, was held at ward from the gulf states and south-
that city Sunday. There was an Im- orn California to Maine, Minnesota
mense numDer or people in attend- and Oregon, to Ontario and Sas
luu inuuesaiou to ma grave ue- katchewan; when there comes the
ing three-fourths of a mile long. De- great vernal burst of blooms and
ceasea was a son of A. Klinger, and song; when tho mayflower, blood
t,ucW u! mu.i imager, oi baiera. ; r0ot, wakerobin, anemone, adder's
ue was years old and leaves a tongue, liverwort, shadblow, dog
wife and child. His death took place wood, redbud clnddnn thR wnndv
Friday from abscess of the liver. Ho; when mocking birds and cardinals
was a nigniy respected business man, slng in the magnolia .groves of the
uu universally iovea in tne commu- south, and hermit thrushes, winter
mi, me amines or Eugene uck- wrens and sweetheart sparrows in
erlen, A. Huckesteln and Wm. Kais- tho spruce and hemlock forests of
er, of Salem, were in attendance at th Nm-th- whn l.nhniini i tha
the funeral. I r.f j ,j i-i,, r-. a
West Blng in the fields; and water
ousels by the cold streams of the
j Rockies, and canyon wrens in their
I sheer gorges; when from the Atlantic
to tho Pacific wood
veories, rufous backed
HENRY MILLER, ACTOR, IS
NOT SERIOUSLY INJURED
fTTNlTicn rmeRR TjiMin wnn 1
Stamford, Conn., Aug. 1. Resting seaboard
easily and declared by physicians to thrushes,
be out of danger, Henry Miller, actor, ! thrushes, robins, bluebirds, orlole3,
is lying at his country home at North ! thrashers, cat birds, house tinches,
Stamford after the automobile accI-,SDE sparrows some in the East,
dent in which Miller received two some, in the West, some both East,
broken ribs, and West and many, many othfr
It was at first feared that the ao- singers thrill the gaTdens-at sunrise;
tor had Bustalned Berlous Internal!!- until the long flays begta to shoWen,
juries, but, despite the fact that he and tawny lilfes burn by the Wiad-
-was hurled 30 feet, landing against Bide, and the Indigo buntings thrill
a ptone wall; Miller soon will be oat, t"a the tops of little trees through
his physicians say.
1 V 1
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Honesty speaks for itself.
are so honest in their workman
ship, so superior in good tobacco
well blended, smoke so fragrantly
cool through the mouthpiece
that they speak quality in any
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO., Mfrt.
NOT TO BE
Washington, August 1. Porter
Charlton, confessed murderer of his
wife Mary Castle Charlton, whose
body was taken from Lake Como
Italy, mny go forth a free man from
Jersey City Jail tomorrow.
Tho Italian government ha made-
no formal demand for the extradi
tion of Charlton, according to a
long statement made by Assistant
Secretary of State Wilson today,
and in the opinions of authorities
on international law, unless such de
mand Is made by the authorities,
the federal officers must'' order
It has been generally conceded
that Italy hesitates to demand
Charlton's extradition, owiner to
their policy of refusing to extradite
criminals to tho United States, who
as citizens of Italy have retur ed to
that country after the commission or
Notlco is hereby given that the
county superintendent of Marlon
county will hold tho regular oxaraln
ntlon for applicants for stato and
county papers at tho High School,
Salem, Oregon, as follows:
For State Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, August
10, 1910, at 9 -o'clock a. m., and
continuing until Saturday, August
13 at 4 p. m.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling, physical geography, read
Thursday Written arithmetic.
theory of teaching, grammar, book
keeping, physics, civil government.
Friday Physiology, geography.
composition, algebra, English liter
ature, school law.
Saturday Dotany, plane geomt1-
try, general history.
For County Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, August
10, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m. and
continuing until Friday, August 12
at 4 p. m.
Wednesday Penmanship, history.
orthography, reading, physical geography.
Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday Geography, school law,
civil government, English literature.
W. M. SMITH,
County School Superintendent.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE
Effcctivo Sunda- January 1, 1010.
No. 16 Oregon Express. . . .5:16 a.m
No. 18 Portland Passengor 7:43 l.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 2:66 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express. .8:20 a.m.
No. 12 Shasta Limited. . .12:36 p.m.
No. 13 San Francisco Exp.. 3: 31 a.m
No. 19 Ashland Passencor 10:69 n.m
No. 17 Roseburg Passengor 6:46 p.m.
No. 15 California Express. .9:66 p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited ...7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight ....9:60 a.m.
No. 222 Portland Fast Ft. 10:45 p.m.
No. 225 Way Freight. .. .12:35 p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43 a.m.
BECIITEL Jb BYNON'S BARGAINS
?1260 will buy a fino home of six
rooms on Turner street pot far from
car lino and in nice neighborhood
This lu one of our real good buys.
$3600 will buy a good hard finished
house of 8 rooms and 7 lots in the
best part of North Salem. Fine ,f ruit
trees and garden. A real good place
and one that can be divided, and will
make money for the buyer,
$1360 will securo a fine home of
7 rooms In a swell pat of South Sa
lem. This Is on a gooat corner, 75
feet front, close to car line and school
Can bo had for only $350 down. Bal
ance like rent. If you want a home
Remarkable Canned Soups
A recent bulletin of Canada's lu
land revenue department, bsarln
the interesting title, -Canned Soup," on the easy payment plan see this,
aiscwssea Dy 5. Canadian papor v havo hminn in mi nnrtt nf
wuiuu uoitrs wiwi lOUCniag enecl fcUv. Tjet tnll vm. nhnnt nmn nf
iV.. . 1 . ... I v
mu wen remoinDerea auty rromiw
aiico in wonaenanav':
THREATENED DIVORCE SUIT
HXCITES WOMAN TO VIOLENCE
I nxiTKD press ugisaD wnug.l
San Francisco, Aug. 1. Mrs. Ot
tilia Fraser Is dying today and hor
husband, Joseph Fraser, so severely
out tho hot afternoows.
All patent medicines or medicines ad
vertised in this paper are for sae at
Learning the Dlctionaiy.
Some one has said that the fav
orite reading is tke dictionary. This
foTm of literary hunger finds a
parallel In a modern boot -called the
"Story t a Plain Man." It shows n
youth -vrho began life as a green
grocer's errand boy, rising to the
top of the ladder by dint of sheer
hard -work. While he was still nn
errand "boy, his elder hrother gave
him a dollar "toward on education,"
saying that education is to be had
in books and that without education
no one can rise. For fifty cents of
his fund the hoy bought an armtul
of old books. Among them neie
several volumes of "Sir Charles
Grandlson," the model hero, the per
fect type of a lady's loyal knight
Pages of this book; even the longest
and dreariest of tho speeches, were
committed to memory by the lad
who had set out to learn what was
Another volume was an old copy
of Johnson's dictionary. This like-
wise the determined student set out
to learn by heart. Ho committed
every word of all the a's, b's and c's
of the book, including the variouB
quotations that show tho use of the
word. This was learning his a. b
I c's with a vengeance. At this time
I the head of the business found out
The only cash drug store in Oregon, what he was doing and proceeded to
owes., no vone, and no one owes it;
carries Jarge stock; its shelve.,
counjgrs and. show cases are loadej
with- drugs, medicines, notions, toi
let articles, wines and liquors of all
kinds for meSlcIna purposes. Dr.
Stone Is a regular graduate in medi
cine and has had many years of ex
perience in the practice. Consulta
tions are free. Prescriptions nro
free, and only regular price for med
icine. Dr. Stone can be found at
his drug store, Salom, Or., from 7
In the morning until 9 At night
send him to a good teacher. So his
pluck and effort found the way.
The Laziest Man in Oh World.
Would not bo contented to bo kept
in the house and do nothing by rheu
matlsm. Neither are you, who are
always busy and active. Then don't
neglect the first twinge of an ache or
pain that you might thing is just
"crick." Rub well with Ballard's
Snow Liniment and, no matter what
the trouble is, it will disappear ut
once. Sold by all druggists.
JUDGING BY APPEARANCES -Of
course everybody does that, and
Laundry Work can't be Judged any
other way. Everything subjected U
eur artistic treatment comes e-ut at
clean as a polished surface, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
morB day. Articles washed proper
ly last twice as long and look twen
ty times better than goods badlj
laucdried. We make cheap ?abrl
masquerade for something better.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
"Beautiful coup so rich and green,
Waxcing in a faot tureen,
Who for such dainties
Soup of tho evening, beautiful
omitting, however, the impressive
lines that run, if one remembers
"Oh, what would not one give for
Ennyworth only of beautiful soup.'
uuuetm No, 20i betrays, how
ever, no such poetic afflatus as the
tearful Mock Turtle. It states in
simple and business-like way that
experts have examined certain soups
in cans. Some of these wore found
good, others only "fair," and two out
of the ISO were "poor."
A section devoted to "Remarks'
reveals exactly what was "in tho
soup. Chicken .was found in tho
10 acres at Liberty, with one aero
Italian prunes. 3 acres in clover, lial-
would not anc0 un,ier pjow PrIC0 2000.-
$2250 will buy a new house and a
first-class Bve-acre' tract close to Sa
lem. This is fine soil, and has good
shade. Will make a good chicken
ranch ,and can be had on good terms.
Don't forget that we havo a good
lot of laTms for sale at right prices.
BECHTEL & BYNON
347 State St. Tel. Main 45 J
For salo, 40 acres, In cultivation,
b-ilonco stumps and timbor, 2
miles from Salem; $100 per acre.
Some 10 acre tracts on Jefferson
road, from $100 to $200 per acre, 3
miles from Salem.
Good S acres, 7-room houso, good
well, good garden, balance timbor,
close in, $1800.
21 acres on tho Island, and largo
lot 100x200 In city, plenty of stable
chicken soup, tomato In the tomato
soup; ox-tails In the ox-tall soup,
wIthboofs and horns In tho beef
soup. But the most Important dls
covery of all was reported from cer.
tain remoio aistncts. wnero is im.
doubtedly the haunt of a creature room' -room houso, good well, largo
long sunnosed to. have exlstfi nniv sP"nK, can be used. Tho 21 acres
in the inkwell of i.gwIb finrrnii aro mostly in cultivation and alfalfa
Now he has been fished out of thn nnd aH klDds ot berries, $7,000
gaudily colored cans that invite s acres near jnaepenaenco, all in
consumption of tho "60un of the cl""vation, fair houso, barn and fam
evoniug," for Mock turtlo has bean M' orchard, good place; $4000.
discovered in the Mock turtle soup C4 acrca 8 miles trom Salem, all
of Calgary, Manitoba and Winsor. m cultivation, good spring, fair
No less than 15 samples bear this nous. barn, orchard; $4800
interesting record. 5-room houso, 2 lots, east of de-
Tho scribe eagerly demands fur- Dcrt' U000. House and 1 lot $700.50
ther Information as to tho habitat . IE acres, closo to city, good house,
and other habits of this remarkable Good barn, good orchard, and a good
bird, heast, fish, or reptile, whichever cn,cken house, $6200.50
it proves to bo-and finds in this dls- Two Bood lots on Asylum avenuur
covery promise of Dodo omelettes clso to store, $500 for ono lot and
and Gryphon cutlets to delight gour- $U0 tor two lots
mets ot tho future. Americans will Good hotel for sale, rents for $35
rather rouse to new hope that the Per month, $4000.
interesting specimens of tho fauna Good houso on S. 13th street.
or Africa attributed to a certain cel. $1500.
ebrated shot heard round the I All kinds of country and city prop
world of Jate will also find a place erty for sale or trade. See
in natural history records If not in -J. O. BCUULZ & CO.
tin cans. Such are tho dlkdlk, the Room 1, Bush Bank, Salem.Oro.
ostryplox and tho blue narob. Tho
American thirst for education will
now nevor be quieted until informs-
tlon concerning these creatures la
forthcoming from some source.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves Fop
Portland and inter 6:40 a.m.
Portland-Hillsboro inter . . 8! 65 a.m.
Portland and inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and inter 2:00 p.m.
Port., Tualatin, Hillsboro. 3:20 p.m.
Portland and inter
Portland and inter
local Arrive From.
Portland and inter 8:25 a.m.
Portland-Hillsboro inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port,, Hillsboro, Tualatin. 10: 45 a.m.
Portland and inter 1:00 p.m
Portland-Hillsboro inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and inter 6:50 p.m.
Portland and Inter 8:30 p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m.
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leavo West Salem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black. Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock
9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Falls City 4:16 p. m.
NEW SUNDAY SCHEDULE
SALEM, FALLS CITY AND WEST
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY
Passengor Tariff No. 11.
Naming Special Sunday Round Trip
Commencing Sunday, May 29,
1910, and In effect' oach succeeding
Sunday until and Including Sunday,
September 26th, 1910.
Rate In Gents.
West Falls Black
Between Salem Dallas City Rock
Black Rock ..160 75
Falls City ....125 60
Dallas 75 ... 60 76
West Salem 76 126 150
Children Children ot halt' fare
Wo havo Just returned from a tour of Marion and Polk coun
ties, and havo secured contracts on a largo list of good farms in
tho two counties, some of which have been listed at bargain
140 acres, house and 2 barns; 30 acres cleared; enough timber
to pay for place; 4 miles from Dallas. Only $20 per acre.
200 acres l miles from Rlckrcall; houso and largo barn, All X
cleared land. Rich, black soil, $65 per acre.
530 acres 6 miles from Dallas; 2 houses and 3 barns;. 6;000,000 .
feet of good saw timbor on place. Will sell all or half of placo
with set of buildings for only $25 per ncre.
Wo are now prepared to supply tho b!g demand for good farms
at low prices. Give us a call.
H. A. JOHNSON & CO. ii
388 Stale St., Ground floor. Salem, Oregon
onr T STUBDERSV DOUBLE oNeThALF WCASTS NO
jL- LIGHT gTTHE LIGHT KTHt COST jf SHADOW jj
-S--45 S -tdo
Borne Builders. Attention
Why not Install a home Hunting and cooking- ay torn, miking as
worth ". rning, 100 per cent hotor than any other gas. Safer than
electricity. We light sto. -a, halls, churches, factories, etc. Also do
tinning and heating and plumbing. All w k aranteod.
A. L. FRASER
The Celebrated Lennox Furnace.
268 Stato Street
age, one-half of the adult faro.
Sale Dates Sundays only.
Limit All tickets will be be good
for continuous passage In each di
rection, good only on date of salo.
Baggage No baggag'o will ne
checked on these tickets.
Issued, May 17, 1910.
Effective, Sunday, May 29, 1910
LOUIS GERLINGER. JR.,
For Quick Relief From Hay Fever.
Asthma and summer bronchitis,
tako Foloy's Honey and Tar. It
It quickly relloves tho discomfort
and suffering and tho annoying symp
toms disappear. It soothes and heals
the inflamed air passages of tho head,
throat and brqnchial tubes. It con
tains no oplatdo and no harmful
drugs. Tho genuine Is in a yellow
package, Refuses substitutes. J. C.
Disagreeable at Home.
Lots of men and women who are
agreeablo with others, get "crankly"
at home. Its not disposition, its tho
liver. If you find in yourself that
you feel cros saround tho house, lit
tle things worry you, just buy a bot
tle of Ballard's Horblne and put your
liver In shapo. You and everybody
around you will feel better for it.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
You traverse tho world in search
of hnpplness, which Is within tho
reach of overy man, Horace,
Active at 87,
This would bo unusual news; It
men and women would keep them
selves freo from rheumatism and alii
aches and pains as well as keeping
their muscles and joints limber with
Ballard's Snow. Liniment. Sold by all
Phone 23. 180-100 South Liberty St ' gists
Baby Morphine Fiends.
Are made by all soothing syrups
and baby medicines that contain opi
um and narcotics. McGee's Baby
Elixir contains no injurious or nar
cotic drugs of any kind. A sure and
safe cure for disordered stomachs.
bowels and fretfulnees splendid for
teething Infants. Sold by all drug-
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
For Farms and City
185 8. COMMERCIAL ST.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
rLC-v . THIS UIAMOM IIUAMlT '
l-lll. i jita tb4
Uraulii lot A
Jill KM.. Y
Will be Greater Than Ever. I
IN PREMIUMS AND f
Grahd Showing of Live Stock:
Racing Program Complete.
Reduced Rates on all Railroads!
Come and bring your friends.
I'rmtmiM. AiWor 'IU- W.H-Trit
SQIDB)' DRUGGISTS EVEfflMffi
I J. H. BOOTH, Pres.
FRANK MEREDITH, Sec. 4