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DAILY CAPITA!. JOURNAL, BXLEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAT 1, 1906.
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' -" """"" DB yar -... -, ,uu uy a rwngerawr, and we would be glad to have you - VH m suuw fcueia o you COACH LEAYES TODAY CENTRAL HOWELL GRADUATES cmuu Vireil Garvin, the crack nrofessional baseball player, who ha been coachine the high school baseball team, left to day for Portland. Garvin will join the" "Beavers" and deliver the sphere for Portland's representatives. Speaking of the outlook for basebal on the coast this summer, Mr. Garvin is of the opin ion that the withdrawal of the Califor nia teams from the lea true will have a tendency to the formulating of a league in the Isorthwest, which will probably include Portland. Tacoma. Seattle. Butte and other cities where the great national game has devotees who want the art to nourish. Garvin believes Salem has some verv1 promising1 baseball material. He spoke tc highest terms of the work of Cary Colman and King. The thine that im pressed him most was the willingness ct tne men to do what they were told, and to listen and abide by any sugges tions ho might make. This was Gar tin's first attempt at coachincr. thoucb he has played the game since boyhood, "My work has been very pleasant," said the "Beaver's" great pitcher, "I appreciate the kindness shown me dur jng my stay in Salem, and I leave with pleasant memories of the few week fpent here." The high school bovs arp sorry to lose Garvin, for they all, play its and supporters of the team, hold him to be a "jolly good fellow." Then too, the little boys, who gathered about Mm every afternoon to listen to hU stock of stories, will also miss him. o FOR THE CITY OF ROSES Salem Will Send a Carload to What Was the Beautiful Metropolis of Sonoma The Salem committee for the Cali fornia sufferers hold a meeting last evening, and decided to forward a, carload of provisions to the people. of Santa Rosa, who are -suffering from the effects of tho recent disaster. Some monry will nlo be sent in response to the telegram received recently from Mn.xor J. 1 Overton, of Santa Row. nnd whieh wu's published In yesterday ' Jc,iirnal. The car will bo sent Wednos day nd the people are asked to bring in thoir contribution! early so as to not delay the sblpmeut. Only provision? will bo forwarded ho bread U wanted fir this carloud. OBTAIN THEIR DEGREES Sure Curo for Piles. Itching Piles produce moisture and cause -itching, this form, as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrudinir Piles are cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy. Stops itching and bleeding. Absorbs tumors. 50c a jar at druggists or sent by mail. Treatise frep. Writ I me about your case. Dr. Bosankn. Phil. adelphia, Pa. -o In Probate Court. In the matetr of the estate of Mary E. Burze. tho final .nepnnnt nf n,o-ln I C. Fisher, as administrator, was ap- nnrtnrc inA Nut-coo tlr.J..4 proved and tho administrator dl . " ,UIJ" WlaUUdlC charPPd frnm J,!. ,,,f .! 41. n. -"-- - - nui7k. uuu uc nunc Tonight From Old Wil lamette This evening, at the M". E. church the Medieal College of Willamette Uni versity will hold its 4M annual com racneement. Not only will 14 bright young men obtain their doctor's dogree i.:. i i . . . ... ....j i-tviung, out me following j-ountr declared closed In the matter of Swain L. Frnzier, executor of the will of the lato Martha Battey, tho county judge approved the final account, and the executor was dis- cnargea. The will of Charles Bridger, who died Saturday, at his home on East State street, was admitted to nrobate vps. terdny. It beoueaths his nrnnr' t - , j-.w,.v,,, v x. -. uouuiard, who is also appointed Miss Julia Fniser to Speak. Mifcs Julia lVnser. Pacific const field switary for the Woman's Buar.Wf Home Mission, will peak fln "Foreign linmiration" m the First FreobyFe, rlan church tomorrow J Wednesday) ev. vnwg at . :nu. Mi, rmer j.n's had wist amount of experience ftn field, and her unsual iMiwers of ob soxvanco umktt her one of the best in formed and interesting speakers of the day. Those, who hoij.fi hor at the 'orth Pncifij board - mooting, in Portland, verr delighted with her. Come and Jnai her. Io you koleot your food for its nour ishing ipmlitlM and palattwblenots oom blued I 1 eau ashiint jou because my ttock is carefully soleoted nnd frosh. Itagnn, tho groeer, 420 Court street Phono 2-Sti. TIIE BANK IIABIT. , , Possibly you who read this have never kept a bank account. If not. let us suggest that you try tho ex perlment. You will'fiud it helpful U many wayfc Aside from tho fact al nurses: Lola Mvor. of Sln. iri Walling, of Portland; Anna Downev, of Suiyton, and Elsie L. Bichtor, of "this city . It seems that woman always hus the worst of it. The young men who grad unte tonight have all kinds of imsm LilitioA, AU tho woman oan expeot is Vrempioymont. Yet it may well bo quenionod, whether tho 14 young doc tors or the four young girls who g.i out Intthe worjil to attend the sick will dolho more god or save the more lives. Dr. Willi. B. .Uorso Jnll-in., ... a .Innrniil un,tn ,!.: ... ims had n .- ""i'""' " morning, and in the mis- """'g this theme. saM: ..It js ummuu.uo,.,, irue mat the trained nur nas caved what the doetor, otherwise would havo lost." h is her witehfu' ms, nor tender, womanly sympathy her gentlo touch, her moH.nrU-" u..,,' hor kindly administration, hor soothing and quiet prusanoe. the vieilnn.. !, makqTthe mothpr wnko at the infant's stir, the ovor-'oxisting desiro to aid tho suffering, that mnko lir .i. n:..i4 - "". viuuii-ni. i Iast at tho cros and first at tho tnmh she has over been an anrroi nf ,... ...! .1.. ,. ... . "" " ""-"-J. u 4o Uopo amt salvation of the world. While The Journal has only tho best and kindliest feeling for the jounjj mjm who graduate tonight, it much more ardently hones for .h.. perity and happiness of the little wo men who enter on thr ..... .. . -- ...... ,ra vturK without hope of fame, and moved onlv by a s.ense of duty and mercy and in Anita pity. ia.iios will be graikiated as profession-1 executor without bonds. The value of me property is estimated at $1500, and consUts of a house and small tract of land west of Jones' nursory, on East State street. Mr. Bouillard was an in timate friend of Mr. Bridger, and at tended him faithfully during hi. r cent fatal illness. Ask your dealer FOR 32-PAGE ILLUSTRATED Fully 400 people witnessed the exer cises last evening. It was a splendid audience. The class that graduated has the honor of being the first to com plete the ninth grade work at Central Howell. This class is exceedingly bright. Their motte: "IVo victory without labor." Class coler: Cardinal. Class flewer: White carnation. Salem, Silverton, Turner, Macleay and Pratum were represented among the spectators The comedy was a decided hit. The recitations, songs, solo, drill and or chestra were highly appreciated by all, which was evidenced1 by the heartv ap plauding and encores received. Earl DeSart introduced the class. We under stand that Earl has been neither absent nor tardy for three consecutive school years. The representatives of the class, salutatorian, class prophet, class historian and valedictorian, did' their parts exceptionally well. The valedic torian, in the name of his class. Daid high tribute to the principal, Miss Liz zie Cornelius, nnd the assistant, Miss uara Harper. Tho orchestra, under the leadership of E. E. Washburn, princi pal of the Silverton schools, furnished several pleading pieces. Rev. Albyn Esson, of Silverton, a strong character, oratorical and of pleasing address, gave the class rich thought and timely advioe in his splen did addres. The following program was rendered. Orchestra. Flag drill. Chorus "Crow Song." Recitation "Giving," Leta Johnson Orchestra. Recitation Select, Lizzie Cornelius Comedy, two acts "Dr. Cureall." Recitation "Wishing," John Lichty Orchestra. Invocation. Introduction of class Earl DeSart Salutatorian Everett E. Milne. Quartet "Chimo on Sweet BelK" Recitation "Cumberland," Will Howell C. Parker. Class prophecy Hulda A. Lardon. Solo Dick Down. Class history Ida M. Smith. Duet-"Thro' the Gates of Gold," Mrs. Lena Wiesner and Bertha Wiesner Valedictorian Earl C. Simmons. Address Rev. Albyn Eson. Silver- ton, Or. 4 iHCJiiauon oi ceruncates of pro motion-A. B. W. Hughes. The flower girls were Ada Simmons Bessie Pickens, Emma Tweed, Amy Werner, Julia Looro and Hoddie Bine gar. Thus ended a brillian educational event long to be remembered. SPECTATOR. Pale? Wn?, jou of Ajrefi Strupiriili. It docs great Ihlnpfohh? I " 1 """T1 ""f""M mcir ingestion, OU Ids tin ),. " It A? your doctor if be endorse, this. TSiJSlJSLib MORE TIMBER FRAUDS State Land) Agent Oswald West dis covered a number of school land cer tificates, which are a part of the Puter- McKinley land deals. Thirteen of these Mere sent to the department, by the Commercial bank, of Eureka, Cal., cov ering about 4000 acres, and 15 of the certificates were sent by E. G. Jones, of Appleton, Wis., covering about 5000 acres. Mr. Jones is evidently one of the worst victims of misplaced confi cence. He resided at Hood River twe years with his brother, who is an ex pert timber cruiser, but the wiles of the gang caught him. o PINEY RIDGE TOfil Tonight t. .. boards at the OT? "J Dlav is .4 .. ."fntJ . . - oiury nr 41. , rpnl TiAn.4 2i . c ' - "-4fc inierA4 i 1-8.1 j m c l ""u io ienie!j tv. .. the Lyceum Company M night. "Pinv pmV?iIi York success, and lhJ!'fe patronage of the plar.i Salem. F 7 !. No Prohibition Ticket In T.lnn County, A dispatch from Albany last night says; "For the first time in 15 years there will be no Prohibition ticket in thel county election in Linn county this year. The old method was declared devoid of results at a meetine of the Prohibition county central committer in this city Saturday. After consider able argument the members of the com mittee decided that they can accom plish more to promote the principles of their party if they vote for e00d men on the other tickets, in'tead of havine a ticket of their own. There was sor talk of endorsing certain candidates on the Republican and Democratic tick ets, but it was later agreed that each momliAr ff 4Ka nn4. -l...1.1 .1 M I-.w..Ui,. ,uc I'mij suuiuu. cnoose lot himself what candidates were worthy or a rronibitiomst's vote." iliss Jane Kelt !. role Of "Amli. n. .. -c LpprtK.k.i penter will handle WiAl of "Jack Rose'3Hl 'Dagamar," and ; ley as "Mark BriarMn.V .. Th 5dce'V Siste. l the Audience's affectio, i.. appear in different cost J new songs tonieht. t i. .' salaried vaudeville ,,. L with any repertoire .i, .. It might welt be imagiA tu la mindrw 'Tglioni and Ceritow pined " For tho vigor and pit. ,U movements mm,;..! Even Rigelboche never farb In the naughtiest citytbt'ib iue giooe. i 4E5teSe BOOKLET BORAX IN THE v . -v 44uai mo lact that vour mnn ...111 u. . V. v Jil A?4 flr' ,ueh a Bllt tendi to thrift, economy, discipline, and a gCDflrnl understanding of buiineu wine Iplea. all of which aro lull Ual to success. It !a affords a enWelh0,a tor pay" Bt of bills; and. as tho cheek. ar ? V"" and returned to Salem State Bant ?L. K. PAGE, PruUMf Clean Un the CamniM Tne Undonts of the University voted thumstlves a holiday todav. h., ?-. sted nt walling the hours avyaj:, the Inys gave themselves un in ! i.A...t. fiog of the camnus. and In Ma . deuvor they were materially assisted by the winsome co-eds. This l nm. mer.dablp display of college spirit; one that means much mora tbanidl v.liint. at au athletic contest. Boys, here's to yon " HOME OA.aFaii a ttU HWntltMtm9mlU U-ffl&c It gives much valuable infor mation on the one thousand uses of Borax in the Home. CONTENTS Hw tt Hvt a CI Camikxta. ArtklM m ttM Kak ami Hands. , Iwax In Mm Laurnky, Htnary and - kWax in tfj Skt Rm. 5 Praaarvawve Um f Unc . John Cannon Dead. John Cannon, of Turner, died Mon day night at S o'clock at his home, of eh; age and a short illness of about one week. He was aged 87 years, S months and 7 days. Deceased came to Oregon in 1875 trom Iowa, and has. lived in Marion county continuously. Ho first reside, at Salem, then on his farm near Prin ple. For tho past 20 years he has lived in Turner. Hn Imv. .: ,j feeble and aged, and three sons and a' laughter. A. L. Cannon lives at Tur ner, C. II. Cannon lives at Pringle, anl J. T. Cannon lives in Arkansas. Tho daughter Is Mrs. Clara Robertson, wifo of Postmaster Frank Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Cannon were married 62 years last AVodnosday. Deceased was nil his life a good neighbor, a loving father, and died a consistent m.mw of the Christian church. His funeral will be held at Turner Wednesday at i a. in. no was a member of tho Pat ons of Husbandry, and that order will ccuduct tho funeral services. Memorial Day. Sedgwick Pot, G. A. R., took prelim inary stops at its last meeting for the I proper observance of Memorial Day May 30th. A committee of fiv -!. I appointed at that meeting, consisting m -uessra. ieuster, Byars, Brlggs, Drager and Fairbanks. By request of the post commandor these comrades are asueu to meet at tho post hall at 7 p m., May 1st, to consider a few prelim-' luary jnans, 10 suomit same for approv al by tho post, and it is dPi,.i n.,,4 every comrade will be present at our post meeting .May 1st, promptly at 3 P. m.. as your help is desired to make our coming memorial Day a success. y request or rost Commander Gideon OlOIZ. Had Somo Experience. Mr. and Mrs. L. Rogers, who recently arrived on one of the refueee train's from California, left today for Spokane aner a rew days' visit with their old Iowa friends, George Smith and Mr and Mrs. John King, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers left their home in Iowa last November for a visit west ward. They visited Kansas. Oklahoma. and were at Santa Rosa during the re cent disaster. They have thrilling . periences to relate of the quake and firo which demolished that beautiful little city. From Spokane they trill re turn to Iowa. Optica Bifocal lenses near-ilgUj signteu lenses made to ori Gold and Filled Fa Also made to otit:, Ourpritsji will find reasonable. Chas. H. Hinga : Jewelers anil Optician ' 123 Commercial St, v m t CIRCUS AT SALM Tuesday, May 8, 'I 22 Famous Equestrians 7 Russian Rn....!.. S I00- Circus Chamninnsi and Cslebrilwj!! 0 n i II Arabian Tumoinv 23 Merry Mirthful Ckf 3 Sensational XqpH; 20 Astonishing AcrobaM A Cemptete Jap Superb Carland X1 Scores of Trained Wild Be Hmnt at Parformhm Pnmol. Tl.mnc nnrl BOJ l-". Educated Seals and S Wj HIehest Jumplnc Vox Thundering Roman Chariot RK TrsUsJ IuiHiJ Irssiin SltHt Only Lady Japanese Artists ima e. Onit BaMtt iviarvfi nus r cai u ' Celebrated Sf irk (lO)Fanil?! sV' . " lei Ammif OftUl Cf """ Lm Fieur Trig.. a m -... . .aLaa BaSi " "" This Book 3s FREE iracihe Coast Borax Co., Saa Francisco. i Pioaeer Day. This day wUl be observed at Old Champocg, with the usual festivities May 2d. Charles V. Qalloic.v win .- the orator of the day. Judge HaUey Ulw prouuneni public epeakers will be there. X3Xx n A, 2dk, 'Tassm' Tl m HLV' Pft, aBBilBilBilBW Vf HBilBilBBlfl9Bj. 'mm V t .L, . TRnttsLH A 7 ' TK?PI U. ' rTw Pretty Edna Marg Grand Street rara Performance at 2 and 8 p I wAi-i..