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CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1904.
DAILY - """ . Mfc htWSmmm muuu.T,,nTnr.- yjxy ' ' " -AJ.l)nliltPrtnrf.itinnriirAI- almilaling theFoodondncguIa-Kfig(hcStomadoaMBow;3of Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought AMATEUR ATHLETIC GAMES Promotes Digcslion.Chccrfur ncssandRc3t.Conlnin3 nelllter Opium.Morpliinc nor Mineral. OX KAK C OTIC . flx$cfOUDr&llHUrLFtKHUi JUUmna tiMUSJa- taxi AtVPTaVH PofTitr rfpAnellMA. f1n Cniif OlAMtanlt X a.jJtjjj . Worms Amvulsions.Kcvtnsh- nrflB arid Loss OF SLEEK i mi . in i . Facsimile Signature of NEW YDT1K. Bears the Signature )m h Jjv In hX Use Salem Will Place a Strong Base-ball Team For Over Thirty Years EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER. tm oatrraba ioumk , kva tw ant. MlteiCIeHM-OKHlfrHCCIfiHllH8frHl R. M. Wade & Co. Have Received A carload of smooth and!; I tabed galvanised wire and jl X 1 1 The College Basket S Ball Teams Have Important Work Cut Out Tho Capital City Amateur Athletic Club held a mooting last evening, and it was decldod to placo tho best team possible in tho flold for this season's baseball games, and tho officers of the' club aro now corresponding with players of standing, with a vlow to gathering In tho best obtainable. Sa lem, with tho prestigo tho city has slnco last season's games, is expected to placo a strong team In tho field, and tho club proposes to livo up to tho expectations of tho public. A commlttoo was appointed to wait upon tho business mon of Salem, and ascertain what guaranteo can bo se cured for tho club for tho season of 1004. President II. II. Olingor, of tho club. was elected dologato to tho Stato Baseball Leaguo, in place of P. H. Sroat, who was recently choson presi dent of tho stato leaguo. Mr. Sroat, on behalf of tho leaguo, will visit Van couver and Oregon City in a fow days, going down this evening, with a vlow to securing tho co-operation of those two towns, and perfecting a six-club league. Throo baskot ball gamos aro to bo X played In Albany this wook. A crrnnt. J or Intorost la being shown In baskot ban mis year in this city than over before, and tho popular Indoor gamo Is attracting a great deal of atten tion. Wednesday ovonlng tho Albany col logo girls' team will play tho Wlllam- ctto university girls In tho Vanco building. Wlllamotto hoo a strong basket ball team, but Albany has the best girls' baskot ball team In Its hi tory, and tho gamo will probably ha play the team of Tr oop A, O. N. 0., nt T.elinnnn nmi til A lllell SCllOOl bOVS will play the Chemawa Indian school team. Tho Freshman class team has made a splondld record this season. Tho cavalrymen lost to tho high school team n few woeks ago, but they aro reported to have Improved materially since that gamo. The Her ald says: Tho high school lads also play good ball, and have won victories In most of tho games they have played this season. They and tho COl- lrnrn frPRhrrmn nrn of about Caual strength, each having won ono of the match games they havo played. Tho colleco clrls will Dlar tho Ore gon Stato Normal school team nt Mon mouth next Friday evening. Tho O. S. N. S. has had strong basket ball teams for several roars, but tho Al bany eirls will mako them "hurry." Manager Wood is scheduling a good many good games for tho college girls and they aro making a creditable showing. 1 ) .- s jS J.. -1 t a good ono. pX&KW. Ml mftKe at- -I Priy ovonlng thoro will bo two tf active prices. iiK'ieiiiaiaiM-itioieiwioet No More Public Executions. (Tho Dalles Chronicle.) Tho first hanging In Salem occurred Friday, and Harry Egbert paid tho penalty of a doublo murder. Hero- aftor all murderers will meet their fato at the capital city, instead of at tho county seat of tho county whero tho crime was committed. This will havo tho effect of making loss public tho execution of capital sentences upon criminals, and perhaps will. In this regard, havo a bonoQdal effect upon tho dlfferont communities. Pub lic executions havo long slnco boon discontinued, and havo been con ducted In tho prosonco of a jury nud a fow porsons. Whon criminals aro hanged at ono city in tho stato, tho notoriety is soraowhat lessoned In tho community in which tho crlmo was committed. SUQM A CHANGE. Not only in feelings but in looks. The skin is clear, the eyes are bright, the cheeks are plump, No more pain and misery no m0Te s'ck headache, no more jaundice. What worked the change? Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which cured the disease of the stomach that prevented proper nutritlotij and also cleansed the clogned nnd sluggish liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover)' cures diseases of the stomach and other organs oi uigesiiou anu nutrition, n cures diseases of lungs, heart, liver, and oilier organs which seem rcmuia iroui the stomach because many of these dis eases have their cause in n diseased con dition of the stomach involving the allied organs of digestion and nutrition. WI e'nt vou a letter about a year ago," writes Mr. I. Hfllt Hamilton, of FarralnRton. Marion Co., Vet Va "I Hated ray case a plainly nil I could, and receded a letter from you In n few days, lelllttjj me to tue Dr. Werce'a Golden Med ical Discovery and 'l'avoilte Prescription' a bottle of Rich. I used three of each, and feel like n new woman. Don't niAer any pain or mleryany more, Before uilne your medicine I aufiered all the time Kid Jaundice, caused from food not dilating properly. I would have aid: headache three and four timet lu n week. Could not do the work mjmelf. I commenced using your medicines at recommended for Hrer complaint, and think I am cured now. I asked our doctor if he couldn't cure me, and he said he could give nit medicine to help me but the trouble might return any time. I doctored three year without any relief, Haven't had ick headache alnce I took the first bottle of your medicine " Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation. ODIFi SmoTwjj roUflifllBMO 5 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY, DEPART YOU. Chicago Portland Rpoelal 8Ma. m Tta Uunu logton TIMBBCHEDULE3 From Portland, Or, Atlantic KxproM 805 p.m. via Huntington 6t. Paul Put Hall 7 45 p. m. Tl Spokane Bait Lake, Denver, Ft "wuii vraana, Kktuu Bait Lakn. n.n.. ... 111.L.C tl ." ' r L tiuiwi, uratM. Kaniaj ano,iU'UU' wiirwiiri7rr Spokane. Wallace. Puui man, Mlnnoapoui hl Pan!. TVnlnth fJiiHZ- Ohlto; Wid'iaaC 'SOI , .,, . i2f POWS.DBTeoffiAC0 0 'OCEAN AND RIVBR SCHEDUlT -" IVIUBflB' J p. m. Dally except rinday p.m. Saturday "r.m. KU aalUna datoa IUbJ yoranKrauoltoo Ball uvery 6 dayt COLUMBIA HIVKR ToAitorla anl Wat Landlngii. p.a. ; ; games In Albany. "Tho toam of tho I Freshmen elnan nf ihn r.ntt -n ' r.' 9 ' i iEi v-Ur)lv-vA ill uiilW TltlVI Mjk3 Li.lc7r1 I " nil , rwvj;wam Yoa Will Agree With us, on Investigation, that our carpet and drapery de partment Is tho largest and most Yorlod In this torritorr Somo say wo carry too much, but wo doom It only Just to our groat and growing patronage to show tho tiruducta of the boat mills, In quantities sufficient to Justify th most critical Now spring offerings In high price carpet and rugs Ju3t arrived. Tho House Furnishing J H Him. HIM niH4 .: : A Voice Ftom !! Friedman1 To Quiet Title. In tho circuit court last ovonlng n suit was filed by J. W. Meredith against P. H. Marlay to quiet tltlo to a certain tract of land of 40 acres. In section 8, t 8 s, r 3 w. In which both claim an Intorest. John W. Roynolds la attorney for tho plaintiff. D For a flno saddle, bridle or whin. go to F. B. Shafors harnoss bIiod. at 232 Commercial street, Salem, Or. 6 HUIE WING SANG CO. Chlnawaro, Jarmneao fancy and dry goods, embroideries, laces, silks, wool en goods, Bklrts, wrappors, waists, white underwear. Wo mako up all kinds of ladles' garmens, gents' over alls. Matting, dishos, etc., now on salo at tho cheapost price. Corner of alloy, Court strcot, Salem, Or. WILLAMETTE RIVER Steamer Ruth loavos Rnin, ... Portland and way landings on Toe days, Thursdays and Saturdays, aboij c a- m- M. P. BALDWIN A. L. CILAia, AgtO.R.&N. Stlea Oon. Paso. Agt Portland, Or. RADIUM RADIOS RADIOS RADIOS Stupendous Offer Made by Well-Known Phlla. Firm. RADIOS RADIOS at 289 Liberty Street, "l I lllllinillllllMIH Since I Un Vai MTJied up on by lasa f ht ,i-a. i -- " WW,. I Remain la SrImb, I kmre fixed up . .my BTore at H9 mmbn street, m't . .havo nloa an. ..l. -. " " ww mvd inm m ::FtitnisIimg Goods,! ::Hats, Clothing, ::Etc. ; : I withdrew from adrerMerar rn : ;that we might havo more time lot 'KUk 4. k..Ma ... T RADIOS 8torca Salem and Albanv. I " ' Wch to bu,M tt -Solving, etc.t ? -Z: ..r '" b :: , I ... I tvr - 'im rnoany. jj . i ' i ' rrnnnu ;;and those i. ,.. ., "':: -S-aW . " "" VUO, rfQ lift iimsaJ . v ' - -" " r can at aiBiatAIAweHwt Doa't Send a Boy To lVTiU : : T1' Jll.aafU-nitW'IIULI If JTOU Want a nut.). . 7 " f B- 1-Svl Thousand, of Persona In All Sections of the Country Have Been Healed by This Wonderful Discovery, Dear Krlctida: Oon't read this advertlaement If ... expect to art um.iM.. .-."'P.V..11 Jou you r-arl -'"".S"".." r? Whtn Vnti -. .,.." ."'" wratut where tlTinc la .ith.,' fc '" S0'11"1. that aome- and higher claiVa .mi ,. TUe ""tfd daavk:r.h.1 it .ZltttA omen. who ?ol actera hV T,..i ' uuuc " "ononaj char- -ua I'lUtlUCE. ntlA tliaia- .lll "' pBK5LV e .?'? ! :" trtei De more she look.-; ' Thli old .aTlSU'1," P"1 ellenta to a T uv 'L '7'?K . S?cru.i our not a pat-it meJlJirir It tonV? iK.1"1-Ji-ui. cntralli wmiTum. of S '?' l' tlona make an " iJLli deacrlp. ovr the bmly iad In fact I? ,r.'J.ture air tuan itnd woman tad VS k"i,?,InDW ." before It CS? ncl ebmT turbalttit wliera of xftl?. farr5elnof the lmrlaun wiit, .1.1. .'"-sra are In com old Money to Loan THOMAS K. FORD. Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or. THE EUTECAFB 208 Commercial Street 8hort Order, Oysters In all styles Meals at all hours Service a la Carte E, ECKERLBN. Proprietor Yes Fee. Dr. Stono makes no elmr fnr consultation or proscription. Can bo found daily at one or ti,n othor of his drug etores Salem uregon. rtiAc!vi. -fM id VlA lt p jwrlaon wlVb " tail. n 'JSLSI. ?re '" ' une peraon writes "U-, .iiV oue dlaeoyer It beforer' J Uld not hom u you want a man's aik d,,. ! an old aytnfc You eon aoari nyotuj to our market f. m-. J ytmr onW viU he tmi ut ! l""IIIHHm wen as If yo m -ttwtllt ; : ; ; keep nothing hat th ,., ' ; UOV&f Juloy, and , m taj trim !' yvur aw, rwuu and rtjoaa aa 5 t-flo.-,- r twa. J : : y ..oue queerer It beforer " Bon" 9 ! Wnli.i, ,.!.. r. . i -'" " numanlii" x w"""ii iiiiu: only earu-ru con lor tout E. C9 Gross "i I.Vr.V".:'.'" WULMl l?lS2S - - xaiu u.aatio -r..i. .... ' v xaTaS. S2rl&XESSk3&' I -. fllll.t , frj PILES HasaaBoio zLr?.Bir "to.iiu, , evritt7 Pfv 'i .-....'" " .". oia, Cui,s..t:.."2"'. .-i .. " ' h Jim. 1 1... .-.-: ' 14 1. k) '."" . ..L ... "? rt.. " " ut, iancm "wica rria, : : Just reetarl a ea, lcaa 0f the ; ; flnf6t el0T e market It "j . . 1 cleaa and has that ' . "-- -n ,, ,. . i ",u "as uat i j" ; ; .olo, that . . H ereea I Capital National Skif;,lp5?1 Bnk ,u M" ... yBBwvuauwum nRBltrie aVSAaiCa-: aft!WM iJwi.tw":::::v.Bfr SAYINGS BANK !! ; arBa?"ayha iiif D-A- Wic hand blrh I. aot ..rBlBTi : ! & "Ott wreat. DfperiU of oaa artli. ft. ( . . SSSftJ?1SJa ii,iiPadSdaii . --- viivu u-fii Jinni i i a I d July 1. -.... jw, n..,,. . M . : ,v, . . ' . . -... oS rQei!. 17K1 J. wmwii. W.. I Wall ,,' m.:?..,1'01 n' to humanltV" wellkn.wn -.ni,.,r- 'v'.f Vork. Yh. a areat meaaure I. h,,V'. j..T. In tent ma !.... .ITl-)'. U"1 OP Jour . If jour brood la lomure tf ll ovl!' .a .nytblnc more, ""'"niMH " T" DLUM "AD.UM ssi SSSS5 !te Acu th aa7,.Bxnr, "Sff" Wo,,. "' ' -" OFFFR ,.Il.ADI03 co Blra Vhlladelphi,, i.,.e Knlkaaut ... ... ae5"S;a ".,. flo J' . '?rhleh 6?B a. m, ...11:30 a. m 12;16 p.m. In a plain mJFSLS,? I aVlV-irH1"" "! aad If r,vbM:MnoM XQ aa,l oa . w - " w are (hat effect. Name . . . Addrea . CUy .. . Qtate .. rlttea teotrmet to Sold In ni,u u.. o . ... --.., u 0. Ut atona. r'l for Frex) Samplaa Corvallis&tastefnfifi, TIME CAHn Nn ia No. 2 for Yaaulna! i!Te- A,bany 12:p.m JS CvorTRl 2:00p m Arrive, YaQUlnR J J "0. 1 Returning; ares Yaqulna Leave Corvallis Arrives Albany No, 3 for Derc.lt! Leaves Albany .. 7ftn Arrives Dotroi .I'?0a-m' No. 4 From Detroit; " iveavea Detroit . . Arrive. AloTny '.; " " Train No. i h .",.". 55' tme to connect .1 CV " ' " bound tralh. as ,..!,. ft ?ou" three hours ,n A, 7 VZl T " treofS.P.northCndtn!d0Parv Train No. 2 J P. trains at Corralll. . .v 8t tag direct ,"?.nd b"r BIT- Jacont bewho-. W r,eWPrt toch the 8pT: S."g- U-T- COCKRKLL, Aent aW'- Offers a cholco of THREE KteTrars. KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSBPtf or OMAHA, to Chicago and point Ewt Through Standard and Tefrfo sleeDlnir can dallV htM flirt iVxr.' oisco and Chloaro via Lb Alleles and El Paso. Through Touriat Sleeper aci TUESDAY from Portland to Chlctrt via Salt Lake and Colorado SsrlngA Through Standard SIoodIdk Can dally between Ocdon and Chlcaso, Lowest rato In effect alwsrs MilV ablo via "Rock Island Svstea" Reduced ROUND TIIIP RATES la effect on July 12. 13. IS and 18. an! August 18, 19, 25 and 26; 90 dajn re turn limit Do sure that your ticket reads rk mo ureat Rock Island Route. Tho best and most reasonable dur ing enr sorvico, For lnfonnaUoa, GEO. W. BAINTER. T. P. A. L. B. GORHAM, Don Agt, 260 Aldtf treot, Portland Oro. Quick Time East Prom Tacoma, SoatUo, tho Potet Hound country and Spokane to Ml sourl rivor polnta and tho Soutaeut tho Burlington offore quick sonic uty equipped with big, free chair can r-y"",u i-uiiznan aieopers. ana isti OUt not lAnaf n..n. .!.... Ufi comfortable and cheap. i. Lnot tftk0 the Southeast speclaJ m Billings and the Burlington? To cant do bettea nnd vou mlcht 6 worse. FMwmm; A. C. 8HE-bON, Qanoral Aont IOO TIHIID STKEETt PORTLAND. O. C. T. CO.'S PAS8ENQER STEAMERS POMONA SfAnaleatefor Portlad. Voaday, Wedneiday and Frlaay at 10 a, m. M', Thuradayand 8aturday at 7 a. t raaePendnce daUy except Boaaar eck: Foot of Trada aHrwt wP. BALDWIN, Ajjt. YouTstepmotlier IB Still hnr nn .... .... crrer. f aa 94JP U uga When your clothoa are worn wrty, or tho buttons off take them to irf-w V18 Saiom Dyolng and Clean ns Works. Repairing and rellning; new telret collars put on overcoats IQr ana returned. MHS. a H. WALKER, Prop. 195 Commercial Street I B