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li ? OREGON. SATURDAY. AUGUST 8, 1908. VH2 DAILY JOURNAL. SAwEM. TWO il n Dfr I j IK S & THE OilU JOURNAL Bcrlpp New Association Teleflrams. 3 and 5 O'clock Edition. Y HOFER BROTHERS. Dailv One Year. 14.00 in Aavanew DlV-Thr.Month4U)0Jn.AwancJ Dally by carrier, so tenia rer monui. Weekly One Year, If. 00 In Avaneev JOURNAL SPECIAL DELIVERY. One Wick I 10 Olio Month 35 Tlife Mouths LOO At Journal office. At Daue'a Grocery, South Salem. At Roweraox Orocery, Yew Park. Asylum Avenue Grocery Store. Electric Qroeery, Eat 8tato 8L 4-H IIIHIIHII H 1 I I t crty In that borough. Property valued at half a million doiiajanaswuspen. purchased nearfthe Atlantic avenues terminus aa ajjslte fcftvan' Immense freight depot V . Within the last'two or three years Now York has erected a large number of substantial and costly school build- ings; but-tho need-iopmore-ia con stantly Increasing. The.JJo.ird of Edu ration Is now considering .the advisa blllty of asking JG.OOO.frOO for seroral more buildings. The vexed question of getting a cocktail on Sunday Is not so difficult t&sOlvf.jfc onjaktiows how to go about IU This li pr&re'd Ly a young society physician, who a few days ago wrote the following for one of his thirsty frleade: R8p. Jtinlptrt oemp. 2 oc Spit, ouyiaflflo II, 30 drops, arc'harf. 30 grains. HHHmBHBMsiB i b iBIKES f i M BRAKES fcVVVSBk4 fHltfHHMIHM4HIH - " The' Weather. Tonight and 8atmday, fair. i U . . i i NEW YORK AND ITS DOINGS i - . r Newsy Letter From the Home of Million aires and Sharpers - ' ii . ' ' Work' On St. Johns Cathedral Described and Also the Tammany Leaders Picnics Now York, Aug. 8. If one Is to Judge lijjjurront ifosiJp, KV Yorklwlll have 4ho4ame niayoinlty candidates this year.thaau In 1901. It la said upon vootl authority that Mayor Low will accop'rarcnbmlnatI6n, and'slnco Tarn inony.lcador.Cbarloa F. MurpuyU pres flgo tiQS boon so seriously damagad as. rainllnf tlip Dock Board lumilry.the favbr thai oucV apparently 'belonged; Mjla.caodtdate (loOrso U. McCleltan, Is turning toward Edward M. Hli up- hard, i Thon l'ls said tlmMr. Shopard was promised, llio,' Tammany 'nomination for mayor' naMa In 190$, when ho fAllodUloJiQ .olcctud two year ago, Theru are not a fow prominent Tarn Diany men 'Who helloro that ho la that atrongest jiwm that, could Jio iiiffnVd. Noo'iifTs It aald that Mr. Low will rim again, but that tbo fusion ticket may bo a duplicate of that of IDOL Controller Grout can havo a ronoinlnn Uon lfvho wants It. while all oMho thorough presidents havo mado sails, faotory records. ' Alroady the fusion forces havo be Hun Issuing campaign literature, and nothing will bo loft undone before eloo tun day to show the voters what has licoii accomplished for the bettormont of tho city government by tho reform hdmlnlitratlnn. Tho strict business proposition of whothur or not tho poo. jilu tleslrit an administration conductod on business principles as a return to the Tammany methods will bo tho hey nolo of the foslonlsta" campaign. Commissioner of Immigration Will iams thinks that strong Influences are nt work to send to the United Htates a portion of tho refuse of Kurope and viatic lo see tbo tlmo when somo ro nrlotlou will b put upon the flood o( Immigration, to this country. Mr. Will lama thinks, ib at. If an lllltornoy test iould bo applied to deturmlno the Ut iles of Immlgranta to land. fully90,000 a. year would bo debarred from enUr Ing this country. Ills bMluf la that tli o basis of exclusion should nut Im their liability to become a puhllo charge, but tho liability to lower our standard of lUlng or civilisation Tho lasy-lookluK lljnerant Italians Vho grind out ragtime on hurdygur dlos at not as uocalaulatlng aa tboy fern, as thc-lr newest "got-rlch qulok" Hohetno will show, The. luoro olalm rato of tho a'rvet organa formerly had moving pictures and dancing figures that wro set to mntlgo by tho turning o( thi erank handle, Tho spirit of "loinpthlny foe nothing" appealed txi strongly to ono otthtfto ,'8rInaen., so Mleo Plat patiM. Big. Pour o'er cracked Ice and laugh before taking. No building In the oourae of erection In New York has proved of greater In teres than 8t. John's Cathedral, which will net be complied or forty years yt. although a small army of laborera are dally working upon IL Vork has Just begun of moving the two hugo columns from, tho pier at Kast One Hundred and Thirty-fifth street, and It will b long and tedious. Instead of the snormous truck which has been specially designed to cart the section-) of the column being drawn by horses, tli s truck will be mflrotl, 2n feet at a time, by means of a steam winch. An aitchor will b Imbedded In tho road way to hold the pulley, through which a wire cable will be run. It will take Several days to cart each section to tbo rathedral, and It will take thirty horses to draw tho empty truck bark. The tnirk'hlone weighs lfi.OfH) pounds, and the largo sections of the columns weigh ninety tons each. Probably tho most romarkablo of all llrooklyn streets Is Myrtlo avonuo. Thero is not a thing In Manhattan Uiat can bo compared to It unless It is the Ilowery, nd only In a few things Is thero any ' similarity in that This Ilowery of Brooklyn Is ono of tho long est streets In, .the borough "and Is a ru'ass of Id-fashioned liJilfillijKs most of thon! of tho tumble-down frame va riety. Nothing llko tho Myrtlo-avonuo merchant can bo found anywhoro out side of Dickens' novels, and It Is possl blo to got any old thing but vory few now onoa on tho avenuo, and always on ygur own terms. Hcports Just Issued show that tho Proabytorlan church has not grown so rapidly In membership, but Its mom bors havo given most llboralty to nils slon work. I-at year n million and a half dollars was given for homo mis sions alone, tho largest In tho history of tho denomination. On the other hand, tho contributions of Episcopali ans for mission work nro decreasing, at least In tho dioceses around New York. Itov. Hoglnald J. Campbell, pastor of City Toinplo, London, who has bon preaching In various churches all ovor tho country, sails for England today. Dr. Campbell Is an enthusiast ovor America and has ben so pleased with hla trip to this country that ho talkB of making another visit tioxt summer. It will, peihaps, soon breumo aa fashion ablo for Kngllsh and Continental dl vines to 'spend their vacations In the United States as It Is for American preaohora to go abroad. Tammany leaders aro courting popu larity by giving tliolr followers and their families outlntis during the hot months. It costs a protty penny to rhartor a steamboat and provide ro- frttshmeuts and entertainment for five or six thousand poopla. but It la a pay Ing Investment, and nearly all the load ers, not excluding Chief Murphy him self, have done- It. tLasKJ I to be outdated. It will have to hurry. I Aaa result &t the railroad wreck la jpdlohlan yesterday, that state hasvcelvKl some remarkable adddl-1 inn, ,n if fmma. Auroral tleers have I taiipn up their quarters In a cemetery several elepha&U are pasturing In a grain field. Soma lions and hyenas j foot snake baa crawled under a school AntlAr Jlf UTiP WflO house. All the boozers are taking the VI1IW w" , piig "sirs iinwn vv lie He Walks" Some Of the Utilities of the Coaster Brakes Besides Some Other Pertinent Suggestions Ed Jeurnal: The now law, requiring bicycle riders to do their pumping In tho dusL Is liable' to "chop a little Ice" with somo of us. It also reminds us that as much as our success in life depends upon the common, ordinary, everyday bicycle, yot, think how much more Important Is tho matter of having a coaster brake. How many men owe all they havo in mo to mo fact they got on a coaster brake as soon as It was Invented. To thoso who have failed with a coaster brake, it Is evident that the brake got on the wrong wheel. It Is ft good scheme when you commenco to ride to get too successful with your "bike" to change th brake onto the front wheel for n while Thero Is nothing moro insplr Ing than to seo tho business man, or jgentlemnn of leisure, describing sym metrical circles with his legs up the heavy Inclines of our different sldo- waiKS, ami tnen as he approaches a down grade of about two feet, to see him suddenly cease all heavy motion, and gracofully "glldo," with limbs at rest, down tho grado.v 'This "glide," which Is so gracefully. executed by somo, brings the samo sort of vision ary visions that reading "Lost Parn- dlso ' does. The sinuous movement of thoso coaster brakes through a crowd of women and children Is also Inter esting to tho ordinary man who has to walk with hla legs. In fact a coaster Is of so much Importanco that It would seem necessary to havo ono, if you don't happen to havo enough money pay your debts. A coaster will KODOL HMiinit IhU. Weak Hearts Are due to Indigestion. Nlnety-alne of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigestion. Illaasdes tlflo fact that all cases of heart dl ease, net ereanlc, are not only trace abla Id, but are the direct result of tndlgastlon. All food, taken Into she stomach which fall of perfect dlte ttoa ferments and swells the stomach, puffing It up spdnst the heart. This (eterferej vlth the action of the heart and In the course of time that delleate but vital organ becomes diseased. Rodol Digests What Yob Eat Wra. Lortsf rflchdi of Pttwi Ytn, N. Y, wrrtm AfltruUrr. my food wwM UrM m kr nuilB mr hurt ppUt tnd I voU beanie vtrr vcik. FliuSr I set bottl of tttkH Jvd It t" m ImroMltte rBf. AfUr sitae ' boUUt I tm cured. Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach disorders, and glvea the heart a full, free and untranv moled actlou. t onlr. SI. 00 Site hoMlnt 3M ttm tie Mil su. wticb Mils for 80o niniip it Wm A,rti.-ilil PreDnralionrorAs- slmilaling ihcFoodandncgtiia tini the Stomachs nndBowcls oi tea asBBBssaaTu Promotes Dlgcslion.Cheerfur nessandncsi.Conlalnsnelllicr Opium.rorpliiiic nor Mineral. VoT'&xn.coTic. jit afoujrsAKvnmuaR MxJmit' Apcriccl ncmedy for Consb'pn non , Sour Slomach.Diarrliocn Worms .Convulsions .Fcvensh nras and Loss of Sleep. FacSurolo Signolure of NEW YOT1K. CASTORIA For Infanta and Childroiil The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature' of .C.DiWltt A Co. Chicago u i. (Isii. Drag Rtore. AW i Ul Lav 4"! JsHsbbbI sb! m I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. I. Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORU tms otHntun aeMMN -. New ro wtt. Notloe to Taxpayers. Tho bonrd of equallzntton for Ma rlon county, Oregon, will meet nt the olllc of the county clerk on Monday August 31, 1003 at 9 o'clock a. m and will remain In session each successive day for ono wuok. All pnrtlos Interested aro requested to appear and cxnmlno their ases ment for tho year I'M, and havo all orrors corrected by said board, If any tliqrv be, as- no corrections can be, made after the adjournment of said board. CHAULKS I.EMDCKE. Assessor of Marlon County, Orogon, . Salem, Orogon, August 8. 1903. 8-Sd-w-3w JOURNAL X.nAYS. Tho Drowns havo workod thorn- selvoa to 'fourth phio In tho Pacific Coast League, and If they kop on may reaoh fifth or sixth. An original youug woman of Snmar tins Invented a gamo whleh oouaUta of Jabbing a pan 11 of poanuts with a hat plu. Tho gamo does not drlvo the average young raan to (ho grae. but It does send him to his beer. It la really surprising the proportion of marrtagea taking place, that aro described by the lal papers aa being quiet." Still, nothwlihstandlug the lack of hilarity at the start, thero Is room for the IwlUf that the itojniUilHgJ win conuMMirp later he arranged hla Instrument so that It U uNMary to dror cent la the slot attached to lh hurdyurdy to start the show. OttiH uulekly followed 8nlh . . I The thuKowr in Seattle iae organ 1 ho niacins- of the tracks ot tho is a uaal srW and thero are 1 lataut) railroad undorrurHt on now uwuly o 0U pirates who hold AtlaoH vtRuo, nroilm. I nearly up trapratn. amltake their catch. It la ctrnipl!. and tho company la moving reported, that JSOOO worth wero taken for further lmprovemenla of Its prop, at one haul it l-ortlaud doesn't want tmmmmam lJfaf 1 Ncwcouchsarebidenouph! KJIQ KjOUQRS old coughs are worst. Hutf 21ili?!LC0!lf u.mRtion' tyer s QhotW Pectpnil wrts con wHkmf Not all cases, but very 8Ry, ,, c, ftdiSft SALMON COME IN J5H0ALS Second Run Now En tering the Riyer by North Channel Atioiner Run Outside the Bar Said to Be Almost Crowding Each other Out of Water ThoAshlBK situation today remained about the same as yesterday, with more fish being caught In the Rlllnets. traps and selioa than could be hnn died by tho cnnnerlejs and cold stor age plants. A few canneries were ablo to take tho deliveries from their own gear, but most of these had been limit ed beforehand. The great run that has lieon In tho river Is passing up, Riving mo seniors a ohanoo to mako Im menso hauls, but. ns they are aim nm. Ited, a great part of the run will get up tho river and bo to their natural spawning grounds aa the wates is too low for the wheels to operate. Tho price still remains at fqur cents, bui many aro purchased for "less. The. TO ported neAv run to enter the river has mado IU appoarauco along the north end of 8atd Island, and the traiui aro thinning to feel the Hood effects ot Its There Is now undlsputable evidence that another run equally large, if not larger, Is about to make Its appear anc. Captain A. B Caun. the bar pi lot, who come In this afternoon from the pilot schooner, off the mouth of tho river, reports Immense schools of salmon, Qut there, and a!Q steelheada and bluobacka. lie says ho never saw so many in his experience off the mouth of the river, aa they seem to be crowding one another out ot tho water, by their Jumping; He also saw reat schoola of sardines, with many small bird hovering over them. As toria Dudget. to mnko It easier to "glldo" by tho col lector, nut this is forelcn lo the mil.. Jeer. A fellow with a coaster need nover go to tho coast, and If his wife needs a day off, ho can coast-or over on the handlebars. Besldetf. tho blcv- dp hkV now bocomo, popular enouch to bo considered "wdr.k'' whon riding, honco tho poor, weary lees nf ihn tollers need tho rest afforded by this labor-saving dovlce. Wo hoar much made of tho bicycle, but what Is tho ordinary blko now, without the coast er brake? A decided back number, W)lle the bicycle broaks the pocket books, the coastor brake "lirnnki." nnr j heart to seo tho graco ond dignity dis played, if tho coastor brako had only boon Invented to-Morrow, Instead of by Morrow, many of -us would bo hot ter "off" todayv Woll, bicycles will be bicycles, and men will bo boys, so thero you aro. Hut. lot us all hnll tho coaster brako, he advent of the auto mobile will toko the minds of tho pes tering public off the wheels for a time, and give them a rest. As soon as the nutos get to doing good work with the population, the people will get busy with them, and then, wo hope, we can ride on the walks ncah. I'ntll then, let the coaster prevail, which Is n great saver of legs. Yours for more rest, CUAUI.KS MILLER 45c Ladfe's Crash Skirts 45c, Ta color, neatly trimmed with wnite brai d 75c Ladies' Duck Skirts 75c, goodneayJ material, neatly trimmed, regular $ 1 .25 Ladies' and Childrens Hats less thai naif price. Calicoes fast colors, 4c a yd Hop pickers Gloves Greenbaunf s Dry Goods Store; 302 Commercial Street signs of Renewed Activity In tho real ostato world Indicate 1 creaslnc bulldlnc ODoratlons thUl Spring, and prompt us to remind yot that our facilities for supplying hard and soft wood, lumbor, lath, shlnjH and otlior building materials are ex ceptionally good. Wo will bo vteuti to furnish estimates on contract. largo or smnlf.v A car ot Mill Citf BhlngloB received. QOODALE LUMBER CO, . Near 8. P. Paa DtpoU Phone 851, BcautifuT Glair makes JTJcai BKuWl1Iif?rilC!DBMAKra Jiw M . ii A,U bwause it dis. owncrgoodlooksfullytoor rer mm at aa futtdau Druj, Storts. A Man who is not Fastidious About his laundry work will tako It to "any old placo," but thoso who aro well-bred, and want their llnon ,to be faultless in color and finish will seek out the Salem Steam Laundry In tlmo, Just as wator finds its level. Our laun dry work Is Incomparable, and la tho perfection of the Inundrymau'B art. Try us. Salem Steam Laondry. &?,!iE1" J- OLMSTED, Prop. DORUSD. OLMSTED. Mgr. Phono 411, 320 Llbertv 8L aP3a. 4-sbbbV id M -V-?"', r- - Doctor Cheaner Than a Better Than Medlclm Tho wlnos, llquora and cordials present for tho approval of tho put merit your attention and purcn" Mellow, agod, good "bouauot," w output is bound to claim your atl" tlon, to satisfy your every desire " this lino ot goods. J. P. R0GERS.S-F1 Wholesale and Retail Llauor Del1 rr ie oy uaniei J, Fry. Send 10 "Vl"1:"" "eroit. Mich. Go to Strontfa retaurant for your '"'" oo Ju won't be sorry for it They also run a bakery In connection with, the restaurant j Uso Trib for tobacca '.IttsWsHfHt!,!,!,,,!,!,! r-JBR BROS. ,t 20c docn for eggs, f , In trade, less )0 per cent ia cask '"" '""llllllllIUIf1lnilHI HUHIM ssw If.-.L-.t.-.'u.J.l !. JM