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'lll'H f !. ----T JTPMff - "WfT fyrt, r?rw - jt -T"- iHf'MfcTl "W(f"vTr-VKtrtli'""' " iipr i- -- y i PARLIAMENT OPEN IN . CANADA Modification of the Grand Trunk Rail road Contract The only measure ot im portance, tire Govern ment Has to Offer for Consideration Ottawa, Ont, March 10. Parlla- 5 meat opcnctr this afternoon with the usual ceremonies. Tho session prom 1 ises to bo a lively ono, as It Is gen- I orally believed It will bo tho last bo- foro tho general election. Tho government will press for tho adoption of modifications In tho con tract with tho Grand Trunk Pacific, 1 for tho construction of the transconti nental railroad. Tho Grand Trunk peo ple havo decided thnt thoy cannot ! undorlako tho construction of tho winri without Bomo modifications of ' the torms agreed updn labl session. Tho opposition Is preparing -to "vigor ously fight tho demands' ot,tJio rail road ana tns ouicomo remains 10 do seen. Beyond thoso proposed modifica tions In tho Grand Trunk Pacific con tract and tho estimates, tho govern ment has nothing of importance to present to parllamont Consoquantly, to far as tho government's program is concorncd, tho session should be a short one. But whothor such will be tho case Is a question of doubt. The opposition may find It oxpldent for tho education of tho electorate, to forco a general and oxhaustivo dis cussion ot tho ontlro fiscal policy of tho administration which might pro long tho session for many weeks. It Is regarded as a possibility also that reciprocity and lnter-lmporlal trade may come up, In connection with tho tariff Tho Premier's suggestion, to wards tho closo of last session, that Canada should bo granted tho treaty making power, may also vory pos sibly bo discussed, Tho quostlon ot Inducing Newfound land to enter confederation has boon a good deal boforo tho country of Into, and has attracted much atlentlon among tho people Proposals for an nexation must como'from Canada, and not Newfoundland, and It Is re garded as posslhlo that tho quostlon may bo takon up at tho present sos e!on and that something deflnito may result, Tho acquisition of Groonland, and St Plorre and Mlquolon, may also como beforo parliament for discus sion, as well as othor minor matters that havo beon ongnglng public ot ADVERTISING The Elkus Ads Have Been Papers for Years. Here Is Behind (By Albert Elkus, Saoramonto.) In this brief article I shall endeavor to set forth some of my praqtlcal ex perience as a clothing advertisor during the last hlrty years. First and foromost, do not put too ouch In too small a apace. You must remember that a workJugman does aot read an advertisement for tho literary enjoyment ho may derive herefrom, but merely to find what Jones & Son sell that might bo of benefit to him, and what prices they we that might induco him to trade "ere. A clothing ad differs from a department store ad in this respect - man does not havo tho tlmo or tt Patlenco to wado through small Particulars. A man hurridly looking w the paper will not exert himself toe least to And your ad. If it pro J01 a crowded appearance and Is " ot small typo. It is more than Iy he will pass It ovor entirely. Whereas, if the ad haa an attractive jKwaranco, neatly arranged, and a ' facts forcefully stated in good horned English, tho merchant can Pct only good results. 1 aave discovered that If tno adver- r states that ho has "tho highest .Hjp a tho lowest price," hla ad ' T fal1 flat, and a statement day af- I day and week after week to tho feet that he sells "clothing at pop- ' prices," will only deaden his ad- Hsment, and It will soon fall to ct even passing Interest , Te aewspaper Is practically tho advertising medium. It Is cheap- can readily change your aa- """ewaent, and you receive direct tontion during tho last half year. Any ono of these questions would Involve a considerable addition to tho length of the session, and In addition thoro is a possibility of systematic obstruc tion. If tho opposlUon should decldo to carry tho session over to mld summor. there Is little or nothing to prevent it. In view ot these consider ations It Is believed by many that tho session begun today will last several .uumua insienu or weeks, and that tno genoral elections will not be hold beforo the fall. King's 41st Wedding Day. London, March 10. From royal rel atives in Denmark, Germany and other parts of Europe and from rel atives and friends in all parts of Great Dritain a flood of congratulatory mes sages and numerous presents poured in upon King Edward and Queen Alex andra today on tho occasion of their forty-first wedding anniversary. In recognition of tho annlvorsary their Majesties gave a small dlnnor party at Marlborough house this ovcnlng which was attended by tho Prince and Prin cess of Wales and other membow of tho royal family and several Intimate friends. Aiuort Edward, Princo of Wales now (King Edward VII.), and Alex andra, oldest daughter of King Charleu IX. of Denmark, wore married In St. Georges chapol, Windsor, March 10, 1863. Tho royal brldogroom was twenty-two years old and tho brlJo. nineteen. Notice to Modern Woodmen. Thoro will bo an open mooting at tho Woodman hall, In the Holmon building, at 7:30 o'clock this evening, of Orogon Cedar Camp No. C24G, for all Modorn Wodmen and frionds. Address by Hon. Prod G. White, of Illinois, na tional lecturor of tho ordor. Rofresh monto will bo sorved, nnd a general good tlmo is anticipated. All Modorn Woodmon, their families and frionds Invited. Get Invitations at Irwin & Potty's store. 8ure Cure for Piles. Itching Piles produce moisture and causo itching, this form, as woll as Dllng, Blooding or Protruding Piles aro cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy. Stops Itching and bloeding. Absorbs tumors. 506 a Jar at drug gists, or Bent by mall. Treaties free Write mo nbout your case. Dr. Bo sauko, Phlla, Pa. n Farm for Sale. 114 acres, In Marlon county, half a mllo from Mill City, 35 acres im proved, 05 acros good timber, to 1 mllo from a $300,000 Eawmlll. Land good, rich, black soil; C-room houso; lumber barn; with outbuildings; 10 acres good fruit, mostly winter ap ples, trees avorago 7 yeara old; good spring water at door; two creeks run through placo; good neighborhood; mllo to school, church and railroad. Flno boavor dam meadow land, easily, cleared. If sold at onco will tako ?3200. Tltlo clear. Torms, two-thirds down, and from 2 to 3 years on bal ance with 7 par cent lntorost; Immo dlato possession. Call on or address J. E. Kay, Mill City, Orogon. 3-8-3ra CLOTHING Conspicuous in Sacramento the Philosophy That Is Them and Immediate rosults In carrying out this idea in my own business I spond three-fourths of my advertis ing fund In tho newspapers, whllo 25 per cent, is used In bill boards, street cars and occasional souvenirs. Dur ing tho past threo years I havo used continuously a handsome celluloid match box with very good results. I figure on using 3 per cent, of the gross saloa In my advertising. I use both tho Sacramento dalllds and three of tho weeklies, with an ad In evory Issuo. The same copy Is never run twice. Aa for special sales, I believe that in a store like mine, which caters to a high class of trado, they have a tendency to lower tho standard of tho store If repeated too ofton. Each year I have two Important Bpecial sals. ono within a short time after tho Fourth of July, and ono after the hoildav selline. During tho rost of tho year there aro speoial offers made from tlmo to tlmo, but no attempt at a big spoolal sale. I was once told that to bring proof to show that advertising pays was as unnecessary as It would bo to stand upon a street corner an a dry summer day and advance arguments to the passerby to prove that tho sun shines. Advertising must pay If intelligently done. Let tho public know that your store Is alive and has up-to-date goods, and that you are there for tho ono purpose to sell them. No business , ........ ...Arff a! ncr find can Bucceoa wiinum uroinoi -- -Is seems a truism to say that the better the advertllng the better the business. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM,. OREGON, THUR8DAY, PROTESTS OF THE DENTISTS Against Appointments by the Governor-That Of" ficial's Position Tho Oregon Stato Dontal Society has taken occasion to complain bitter ly of tho action of Governor Chamber lain in appointing members of the stato dental board who had not been rocomraonded by that society, and tho oxocutivo committee of tho society has held Indignation moetlngs, pro testing against such appointment. Governor Chamberlain, In speaking or this matter yesterday, said that ho had considered tho recent appoint ments woll boforo making them, and that ho had oxercisod his best Judg ment In selecting now members ot tho board. Ho said: "Tho Dontal society recommended six names and out ot this list 1 was to appoint two members ot tho board. Thoy Ignored Eastern Oregon, and I thought that Eastern Oregou was cntltlbd to representation on tho board. Most of tho men recommended wore Portland dentists, and I ap pointed ono of thoso rccommondod, Dr. Gcorgo Larkln, of Newburg. I also appointed Dr. R. I. Lincoln, of LaGrando whom thoy did not rocora- mend, for tho reason thnt Eastern Orogon had had ono representative on tho board whoso term oxplred, and they Ignored that section of tho state. "Evon If I had boon disposed to ap point a dontlst from amoug thoso thoy rccommondod, I found that It would havo created much friction among the Portland dentists. Although tho six woro rccommondod to mo by tho ox Market Quotations Today, mane cmicbi a uuoa numc marKer Capital City Bryant & Mills Quotations. Pennell, Props. Wheat 77c. Buckwheat 80a Poultry at Stelner's Market Chickens 810c. Eggs Por dozen, 13c. Turkeys 12g14c. -Ducks 10c. Hop Markst, Hops 1925c. m Potatoes, Vegetables, Etc Potatoes 45c. Onions lV4c Dried Fruits. Peaches 10c. Apricots 10c. Apples 10c. Potlto prunes 1c. Italian prunes 5c. Wood, fence Poets, Etc Socond growth $5.60. APh-J3.00 to 13,75. Orub oak $0.50. Cedar posts 12 c. Hides, Pelt and Pur. Green Hides, No. 1 Be. Green Hides, No. 2 4c. Calf Skins 4 5c. Sheep 76c. Goat Skins Z60 to 11.00. Grain and Frour, Wheat, Salem Flouring Mills, ex- port valuo, 72c. Oats 11.10 per cwt Barloy $19.50 per ton. Flour Wholesale, $3.60." Live Stock MaTkaL Steers 33o, Cows 3c. Sheep 3c. Dressed veal 7c, 'I Dressed hogs 6ic Llvo hogs 5 c. Mutton 2c per pound. Hay, Fmo'i et. Baled cheat $10. Baled clover $10. Bran $21. Shorts 922. Creameey "1 Dairy froduoU. Good dairy butter 20025c. Creamery butter 30c. Cream separator skimmed, t Cora. Creamery, 30o, net. PORTLAND MARKET. Wheat Walla Walla, 77c. Valley 82c. Flour Portland, best grade, $3,900 $3.95; graham, $3.50$3.90. Oata Cholco White, $1.17 $U0 Barley Feed, $21$22. por ton; rolled, $24$25. Mlllatuff Bran, $18.50$19. Hay Timothy, $16$17. Potatoes Common, C0S0c. Eggs Oregon ranch, 17018c. Poultry Chickens, mixed 1201214c per pound; turkoya, 15016c Pork Dressed, 7V4c Beef Dre8d, 607& Veal J 9o. Hops 24025c Wool Vftltey, 17018c; BuUrn Oregon, 12016c; Moaalr, 3235c Hides dry, 16 pouads and upward, 15016c ButterJ Fancy creamery, 27&irwc dairy susd store, somlual. OKE OF DB. COPID'S PRESCHIPTIOHS. That Lots sometimes cur disease is a fact that bai recently been called to the attention of the public by a prominent physician and college professor In some ncrvou diseases of women, audi as hys teria, this physician gives instance whi-te women were put in a pie Hint frame of mind, wee made happy by tailing in love, and in consequence were cured of their nervous troubles the weak, nervous sts tern toned and stimulated by little Dr. Cupid became strong nnd vigorous, al most without their tnowledge. Many a woman is nervous and irritable, feels drag ged down and worn out, for no reason that he can think of She may be ever so much in love, but Dr. Cupid fails to cure her. In ninety -nine per cent, of these cases it is the womanly organism which requires attention; the weak back, dixxy pells and black circles about the eyes, are only symptoms. Go to the source of the trouble and correct the irregularities, the drains on the womanly system and the other symptoms disappear. So sure of it is the World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion, proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that they offer a frpo reward for women who cannot be cured of leucor rhea, female weakness, prolapsus, or fall ing of the womb. All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the complexion and sweeten the breath, they cleanse and regulate the stomach, liver and bowels and produce permanent benefit and do not re-act on the system. Our is a gentle laxative. "The Common Sense Medical Adviser" is sent free, paper-bound, for i one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31 stamps for cloth-bound copy. Address, World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N.Y. ccutlvo commttteo ot tho stato dontal society tho recommendations did not meot with approbation ot tho profes sion individually, and protests woro made. "My principal reason for Ignoring tho rccommondatlons was1 that I felt that Eastorn Oregon, because of Its lmportanco from a business stand point was entitled to havo a volco on that board or any board created by any law of tho stato." WHH8ltglHW8llll YOUR BE8T GIRL. Can toll when your laundry Is ; right. Sho will notlco It If It Is not dono up well qulckor than , you aro llkoly to. If you want I to mako your best appearanco 1 always beforo your best girl you I should have your work dono at tho Salem Steam Laundry, bo ' cause horo everything is dono carofully, and your shirts, col ! lars and cuffs aro always right I Orders left at tho Kutch Barbor 1 Shop will recolvo prompt ntton ! tlon, Salem Steam Laundry Colonel J. Olmsted, Prop. Dorus D. Olmstod, Man. Phono 411 230 Liberty St f Notice of Changing of Grade. Notlco Is hereby given to all whom It may concern, that the common coun cil of tho city ot Salem, Orogon, In tends to alter tho grados of High street, In said city at tho following points. At tho Intersection of High and Mill streots, from tho existing el ovation to 41.50 feet ubovo tho base of grades: and at a point 216 feet south of tho south lino of Mill street, on High street, from tho existing ele vation to 41.00 feet abovo the baso of grades. Tho ordlnanco providing for said changes in tho grades aforesalJ will bo under consideration at tho next regular sosslon of said common council on March 16, 1904, at 7:30 o'clock. Dona by order of tho com mon counall of Salem, Oregon, this 4th day of Maroh, 1904. N. J. JUDAH. 4-3-lOt City Recorder, Salem, Or 8aIo of City Bonds. The City of Salem, Oregon, will re ceive subscriptions for tho purchase of $3O,Q0O of Its Municipal Four Per Cent Refunding Brldgo BoadB, to bo Issued on tho first day of April, 1904. Tho subscription book will bo opened at 10 o'qlook a. m., on Tuesday Maroh 1, 1504, at tho offlee of the city reeorder. In said oity and will ba etosed at 10 o'eloek a. m., March 30, 1904. Tho s&le ot said bonds will be upoa the popular loaa plan, tho les ser subsertptioss being filled first aad thoca naxt highest la due se- auecoa. n- J- juuaju. C?tV Recorder. I . YOUR BE8T GIRL. I ! Can toll when your laundry Is 1 1 MARCH 10, 1904. i; CLASSIFIED 1 Advertisements, five Hneo or less, In this column Inserted throe time for 25c, COo aweok X 91.50 a month. All over five linos at tho same rate. mini w-h ininiiiiiiH WANTED. Wanted. Roomers and boarders wanted at 204 Church stroot 3-7-3t Wanted. A good Japanese boy wants regular houso work only, in tho morning. Addross "F.," caro of Journal. 3-7-3t Placo Wantod By a competent girl to do housowork. Apply "I," care Journal. 3-5-3t Wanted. Lady or gentloman of fair education to travol for firm ot $250, 000 capital. Salary, $1072 por year, and expenses; paid weekly. Addross with stamp, J, A. Aloxandor, Salem, Oregon. 3-7-3t FOR SALE. For 8ale. A fresh cow and her calf; Durham stock; woll bred. Othor stock for sale. Also want to buy a gontlo young horso, weighing from 1200 to 1400 pounds. James Flnnoy, Brooks, Or. 3-g-3t For Sale. My houso, No. 53 Twoltth streot, 8 rooms, pantry, 5 closets, Hot and cold wator, bath, hard fin ished throughout Houso and yard. In good condition. Wyllo A. Mooroa, 3-8-3t For Sale Or trade, a flno 10-acro chicken or fruit ranch; first-class buildings and Improvements; closo to Bchool, poBtofftco, storo and rail way station. Will trado for city or uulmproved farm proporty. Address "W. J.," Caro Journal 11-5- FOR RENT. For Rent Farm; will sell team, wagon, harness and feed. For pan tlculars Inqulro of J. W. Morrlflold 3 miles north of Turner. 3-8-ood2w MISCELLANEOUS. Lost From my farm threo mlloa southwest of Salem, ono bay inaro, with halter on, wolght 1400 pounde, whlto strip In forehoad and two whlto hind foot. E. M. Crolsan. So- ' lom. . 3-7-3t Money to Loan. I havo monoy Co loan, If your tltlo Is good; nothing but flrst-olasa mortgago security wanted. Wyllo A. Moores. Phono 2343 Rod. 3-8-3t Motor's Barber College Of Salt Lake City, ofl'ora advantages In teaching tho trado that ennnot bo had olso whoro. Avoid schools tho Orogon and California harbors' now laws aro apt to close at any tlmo. Wrlro today for our spoolal offer to dis tant sttidonts. 3-8-lm Notice. Portions wishing work dono in tho I. O. O. F. coinctory npply to tho sexton, N. Rosonbaum, corner ot Wilson nnd Rock streets. Phono 2076 Black. 3-4-lm 8ay Havo you triod Edwards & Lusch ors for meats. Wo havo tho best sausago In town. Como and try it, and be convinced. 410 East State street 8alem Truck and Dray Co. Oldest and best equipped company In Sa lem. Piano and furniture moving a specialty Offlco 'pbone, 861. W. W. Brown & Son, proprietor. Office No. 60 Stato street 0-1-lm Dr. Z. M. parvln At 297 Commercial stroot, upstairs. Singing school. Rudlmental and sight roadlng class es. Begins Wednesday ovening, Oc tober 14th. Class evory Wednes day evening to May 1st, next Tui tion, $1.00, tiltttsiliaK-sgl G&tden Seeds If you want to got seeds that will grow; select from The Largest Stock Tho Purest Stock The Best Selected Stock in the valley, and remember tho only seedj we carry are SEEDS THAT GROW A handsome Illustrated cat alogue sent freo by moll on ro quest i Savage & Fletcher f Dealers In Z FLOUR, GRAIN AND SEED X 322-324 Commercial Street mf(mKmHHH-4WMfr New belts, new eollars, new waist sets, row hair ornaments, notions of all kinds at T Vatigty Sim ! St 4MM1 M. Wfttt, tm 8EV6N MISCELLANEoUsr Unique Cleaning Rooms C; AJ John son, Butcomor' to Shaw A Johnson, tho cleaners, Is now located af 239 Commercial street Ho does a sev eral pressing and repairing bwtf noss. Specialties: Skirts, bJK waists, kid gloves, gonts' clothing; etc. Phono 2C14. 5-28-lrr -HY-8JPJA. ANP -aUnOEOti' Dr. I. W. Starr Offico la BuBh & Brer building, ovor Oregon Shoo Store. Offlco hours, 9 to 12 a. m, and S to 5 p. m. Calls attonded In city or country. Resldonce 'phono 24154 Red. 1-6-tf Dr. W. 8. Mott Will hereafter fee found In tho Brey block, 175 Goat morcial stroot, ovor Orogon Saov Co. Offlco telophono, 2931; real donco phone, 2761. Office houra i to 12. and 2 to E. WIRE FENCING. Walter Merley, Dealer In Amoricu, Elwood and Page field fencing. AM kinds of poultry fencing. Shingle P. & D. ready roofing tad waif paper . Prices tho lowest 8a$gn Fonco works, 60 Court siroet Saloin. d&w. UNDERTAKERS. Undertaker. Wo carry tho large add flnoet lino of undertaker's good In tho city. Prices to suit alt Black and white hoarso. Promp reliable. Savo monoy by calling M No. 167. A. Vi Clough, A. J. Bate?. 1.16-8 RESTAURANT. Ferguson's Restaurant 95 State street Open day and night Ow 20o meals aro bettor than any SC4 houso In thi state Six 20a mr& for $1.00; 21 20o meals for $8.00. LODGES. Olive Lodge, No, 18, I, O. O. F. T, . O. F. Hall, Saturday each woek, et 7:30 p. m, B. B. Horrlck, Jr., N. G.J Frank F. Toovs, rocordlng secretary. Salem Camp, No. 116, Woodmen of the World Meets In Holmnn Hall ovory, Friday at 7:30 p m. P. L. Fraslor, Consul. Wyllo A. Mooros, Secre tary. 1-12-lyr Protection Lodgn No, 2, Ancient Or der Ualtod Workmen, moots evtnT Saturday evening In tho HolutMl Hall, cornor Stato and Llbrt3 strocta. Visiting brethren welcome. J. a Graham, M. V.; J. A. Sollweee! Recorder. ' ' Valley lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W. MMt In tholr hall In HoVman block, cor ner Stato and Llborty, overy M(b . day ovonlng. Visiting brelhr1 wolsomo. Roy Mclntiro, M. W. JC K. Aufranco, Recorder. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. G&xtlt Hall in Holman block, cornor Stats and Llborty Sts. T esday of eaeN wook at 7:30 p. m. II. II. Turner, C. C; W. I. Stoloy, it of R. nnd 8. " Foresters of America Court Saw wood Foresters No. 19. Meets Prf day In Tumor block. H. . Meyer, O. R.; A. L. Brown, See. Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Codar Camp No, 6246. Mtt evory Thursday nvonlng at 8 o'cloell Holman Hall, 19. E. Matten, V. C: A. L. Brown, Clork. O8TEOPATH8. eti Drs. M, T. 8chottle, Frank J. Barr and Anna M. Barr. Dr. Lola Mao Thomas, assistant speolaltst In to mato dlseasos; sovon years' oxperl onco In confinement coses. Consul tatlon froo. Dr. W. II. Thomas, as sistant specialist In renal calculi, gall stones, stomach troubles, con stipation and dislocations, All graduates of tho founder's school! Offlco hours, 9 to 6, I. O. O. F. tonv pie. Phono 2721 Main; residence phono, 2603 Rod. Dr. H. H. 8covell, Osteopath and Sug gostlonlstr Treats chronto disorders of tho stomach, bowolt, liver, kid neys; nervous and female disease, lung and throat troublos. D'Aroy Bldg., Stato St Mala 2365. TONSORIAL AND1 BATHS. Evan's Barber Shop Only flrstatiM shop on Bute street Every tats now and up-to-uttc Finest pereo lain baths, Share, 15o; halrtcut Ms baths, 25c. Two first-class boo! blacks. O. W. Hvanrf, proprietor. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HALL. For water service apply at ofles. Bills payable monthly la advans. Mae all complaints at the ofllce. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER. CAPITAL OITY Express and Transfer ' Meets all mall and passenger trains Baggago to all parts of the city, Prompt service. Telephone No. 24L, HECKMArtHEDRICX A HOMYEH DENTISTS. CX H, M-A.OK Siteoeseor to Dr. J. X. Xeeae. taf White Cerser, g&lem, Oregon. Parti) deslrfcg supefte operattess t me 'MJ W bwwl " - ti S (J I ' (1 i ! I' i i M 1 I' ? i n u 1 lit ., .a jU"j,. V'.