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;0ME QUEER IN NATURE AND ART ! ..MM..MM S IIHW,if" i.--.. t IMnwnrlf .T ;baby was uof "" - " I ..., it heart attached to tho out- f Us body and performs its func 1 . ,..u vtnw. Tho heart was just 3 111 J.u - tho cheat anu' ovur uiu upper t was beating regularly ami to iappcaranqes tho baby was in nor-llii-iltli. 'rll pbysiciau decided it nn operation was necessary and child was rtaken to tno nospiiai, ,cral unsucccssiui attempts nave .n'mailo to placo tho organ in its ,)Cr ponlMon, but little hopo is enter- . i.. n, Inntnra tlm tlir pliilil InOll ") l"u " . . jl live. Thoy say tuo phenomenon I without parallel in tlio aunals o ,lical history, anil it has aroused in- be interest among physicians. rho London L-ancot notices the h of a woman from a scratch dn nose, received whuo smelling v r. i- .Imrtntfin n vnrinfv nf nrmi. jmuia li"'u,"vul "--v 1 L originally brought from Central 6illH. II'O liaiiuui. d.ijo ii. is huk mu 1st case of tha kind. Every submarine vessel in tho Brit- navv is supplied with a cago of itc mice. Theso tiny rodent aic ted on the ship's books liko ordinary ' men, and tho government allows Ail 1 . wa AAlf &mm fin,l W l.ntaa cm -v cuius in" nui.-n.iui iuuu, j.!iuii Bice on board a submarine is to give laming of escaping gas. Tho Very lightest Icakago of gnsoleno fumes niiiKc mem uiicuuuuruiuic juiu Ley will begin to sqenk. As it is ab- jilutely necessary that thero should no osoapo of tho deadly gas, the Rost delicate test of its presenco has Icen employod. Numberless oxperi bents have proved that theso mice fur- Eisk tho most reliable indication of im lending danger. I The smallest woman, now living is illlc. Paulina, of Holland. Sho is 18 leara old, is 120 inches high aud weighs cm than nine pounds. Americans who havo visited Paris Kill recall a gaunt, tnu man witu n rca lea'd who on fcto days stood before Ihe cafe ca' ranees nnd swallowed "any bid .thing" for1 tho amusement of peo ple who had ''sous" to glvo away. His Inline was Brum 'an, audi ho lias done with swallowing. Ho began In this waj: Accidentally ho swallowed a cork one day and found that his stom ach immediately rojectcd it. Ho tried a ft'rt nails and discovered that lie wulil bring them up a,t will. That de- MiQi' him to chango his profession P'om acrobat to "stomach wonder." Sometimes ho failed to recover tho wallowed object, but since ho suitercd- Ino unpleasant results ho did not bother conceding an onormous admiration fo? kis poncrs, His specialty became nails and pebbles, somo of tho latter 'verit able cobblestones, " ns his allventiso merit read. Qn the day of Mi-careme to outdid himself by swallowing a spllte, or by trying to do so, but it tfuck in his oesophagus nnd ho had to Co, reluctantly, to tho hospital. There bey told him ho must bo operated on at once Ho declared ho only needed m emetic, and repaired to another bouse of mercy, where tlioy .took hold I 1 tT 9mf H Use only 20-MuIe-Team BORAX It ll il- t'.e.o., ltd rurlr, the poiei.ewf the kin white, cleir, velretr PJ"' 'T, bieo Ujj bioi too ae iltogctfcci tht pu 01 the molt eipemire ikin wip t Inctioc 01 weir wk. A" dealers. Free sample and illustrated booklet for dealer's name and 5c in srtamr Address l'acific Coas Borai Co. San JFpSQrk1 aAUTOENIA. NEW ADDBESS: BACfON BU1LDIKO, OAKLAND, OAJUu THINGS s wwwHIIIIHit of him and operated on his stomach by force. In it they fouud seven nails moro than two inches long, 14 "verit able cobblestones," and a number of empty spools, the wholo weighing near ly two pounds. Tho wound in the oesophagus was easily hcakd, re pared and tho intestines had not been ponforatcd. .Brunenu is as well today as over. Perhaps thu costliest thimblo in Englnnd is tho property- of a lady with whom tho lato shah of Persia onco took tea. Ho was her guest for but half an hour, and tho present of a thimble incmisted with jewels . of tho finost water was surely a right royal ac knowledgment. It is, however, she do clarcs, tho most uncomfortablo thimble sho ever trk'd to wear. Confined at St. Luko'3 Hospital Denmark, having recently undergone an operation on ono of her fingers, which had bocomo dcfornuvl fi"om a break, and which was straightened, is Miss Mary H. Gartside, who, according to tho Times of .that city, has tho dis Unction of being ,tho first person on record to havo tho vermiform appen dix removed. It was becauso of this J 1 operation, wnicn was purely expen- mental, and which was resorted .to in tho last cxtrnmity that tho possibil- Hy of removing tho appendix was dis covcrcM, THE STOLEN WHISKY. A Caste Showing Exceedingly Looso Bustyfcss Methods. That nine dray loads or any consid erable quantity of liquors could havo disappeared from tho stores of thos charged with tho administration of ro lief and cannot bo accounted for is ovi donco of looso management. Theft especially of whisky cannot bei pre vented, but with anything oven np preaching good, business management tho records should show from whose possession the tuff was stolen. In tho case of tho lost whisky tho army seems to have no record ovidenco that tho liquor is still not In its possession, although thuro is parolo ovidenco in abundanco that some unknown quan tity of intoxicants had been "turned down" by Captain- Killan, and a very strong inference that what ho refused was filially delivered to tho City Board of Health. If, however, tho delivery was made, tho records of tho army should contain somebody's receipt for it. If it can bo traced to tho custody of any individual that person, of cou-so, can bo mado to show, or prove himself unable to show, what became of it. Thero havo been a great many cases in which valuablo supplies were lost in transit between ono custody and an other, feiw of which havo over been mado public. Thero can bo no doubt ns to whoro tho responsibility for that and other waste of reliof stores lies. It must rest with thoso responsible for the continuous changes in organization which havo boon all tho timo going n. Thero has been from tho beginning How to Have Beautiful Hair i Shampoo with a pure white soap and hot water in which a tablespoonful of 20-Mule-Team Borax is dissolved, rub vigor ously, and rinse the hair thor oughly with a spray of clear, cold water. Dry carefully with hot towels (see cuts). This treatment will cleanse the scalp, prevent dandruff, allay any itching or irritation, heal scalp soreness and make the hair soft, fluffy and beautiful. ' i - , i in mill i DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, cntiro uncertainty as to tho extent of individual responsibility among tho minor officials, and changes of per sonnel and of positions havo beon so frequent that no ono had timo to fa miliailzo himself with his duties bo foro ho was assigned to somo other duty. Tho complaints of tho subordi nates In respect to this havo been con stant and bitter, although they may not havo re.iGhpd tlm ears of tho higher authorities. As a result proper records wore not kept, or, if kept, were not preserved, ond properly filed. Thero was good excuse for this daring tho first fow lavs of tho relief work. TIioto has been no excuso for it since. It is tho confusion of authority and tho absonco of proper recording which has made tho plunder of tho relief stores by employes and their favorites so easy. There seems to bo no remedy oxcept to get rid of tho monoy at quickly as possible and with tho least possiblo waste. That courso Is now openly favored in street conversations. San Francisco Chronicle. WHEN SHOULD A PERSON MARRY ? (Intor-Mountain Ucpublican.) Ono ovening recently, in a littlo company of men and women, nono ia a position of peril, tho question of tho proper ago foirl marrying was discuss (kit. Ono of thoia persons held that man should marry at 24 or earlier, and to a woman a few years his junior. Against that position it was contended that no main should mariry beforo he was 30, at least, and tha.t a woman had no right nor duty in hymeneal bonds under 25 years of age. No attempt will bo made hero to do- cido tho question even as to theory involved. And of courso nono of us will ever sco tho dny when age) for mauriaco will b'a fixed by legal rcgu lations in practice. But ono may offer tho argument In favor of tho urly marriage that young pcoplo ccm to bo moro pliablo in their natiwes, moro adjustable to each other. Thero seems ' ... .... loss Jikliliooill ot tnoir ciasning u bhoy unito .their lives wlncn tho habits nnd fancies of either are fixed as they will bo by tho maturcir wars. The chiof motivo in life imn.'ruvl ml sin- L'le is happiness. Tho avoidance of disputes, with their heartaches and their poriods of permanent disaffection is n. desirablei thing. It Feoms moro difficult for n man of 30 to yield iu any of tho compromises which must bo mado in every .association, in cvo'y friendship, than it would bo for a younger man. Tho oldor ho gets w moro "set" ho will be in his ways. The les-s willingly wilt ho concede that his wifo may bo right about some of the points, which she, on hor part, regards as necessary or imperative. But tho opposer of early marriage has a sU-ong point in tho statement that neither man nor woman is prop erly matured either In body or mind for tho duties and responsibilities ol maatied lifo If they assumo them at 20 or 34. Nolther is mb that ago quali fied to makW judgment as to tlio men- tal and physical and spiritual qualities of tho other. Neither can weigh Inv partially tho slightest attribute Ncith di can e-H cloorly tho defects of thu other. And thero aro defects in both of thorn. Neither can concludo hat tho chances of marriago with tho other are in fnvor of happiness. And theso aro all important matters that should bo decided and decided) right beforo tho final step is taken. Beforo the fancy is givon charge, of tho caso, and permittod to paint Mo other with all tho colors of radiant perfection. Onco the cholco is made, no matte1;' what tho ago may be, that pwrfect In fatuation should como, and bhould re main till death do them part. Shakespcaro was married at 10. His wifo was a littlo older; and they did not Hvo happily. In fact, they did not live together n.t all after tho first fow yeafrs. Ben Johnson married at 21; Franklin at 24; Mozart was 25; Danto, Kepler, Samuel Johnson, Ed mund Burke, Sir Walter Scott at 20; Byron, Washington and Bonaparto mariedi at 27; Nelson at 20; Burfni at 30; Chaucer, Hogarth and Teel 32; Wordswortli and Davey 33; Aristotle 30; Sir William Jones nnd Young 37; Wilborforco 38; Luther 42; Addison 44; Wesloy and Young 47; Swift 49; Button 55; Old Tarr tho last timo 120. Gossip has not told us In all cases whether thoi lived "happy ever af tw;" butweknow that Byron was In constant; that tho immortal Oeorgo quarroled with his wife; that Bonar pa.7to put aside "tho woman ho welded when he was only 27 and ehe was little oldei. We know that Nelson nev er rested content in" the rule of bis homo as, indeed, ho could not very well do. eailor and hero as ho was. And wo know that tho maaTlago of Burns was-lews anllncidtmt in 1U H'e than somo previous alllancea which i in iiii ' iHMmMMnnmMHHnami OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1000. Whose Say-so Is Best? With noarly all medicines put up for sale through druggists, ono bus to take tho maker's snv-o ulono ns to their cum- tlvo value. Of course, such testimony Is noi mat ot a aiainieresteu party ana accordingly Is not to be- given tlio uino credit as If written from disinterested motives. Dr. Pierce's medicines, how ever, form a simxlo and thcioforo striking exception to this rule Their claims to tho conlldeueo of Invalids docs not rest solely uiwti their makors' say-so or praise. Their ingredients aro mutters of public know ledge, bolng printed on each soparato bottle wrapper. Thus Invalid sufferers aro takon into Dr. Pierce's full conlldeueo. Scores of lendlns medical men have written enough to (111 volumes In pralso of tho curatlvo value of tho sovcml Ingredients entering into these well-known medicines. Amomrst these writer wo find such med ical IIkIiU an Prof. Klnloy Elllnewoou. M. U.. of Hi'iiiH't Medical College, Chlcniro; I'rof. Halo, of the sanio city; I'rof. John M. Sctul ilor. M. I)., lato of Cincinnati. Ohio; I'rof. John King, M. D.. Into of Cincinnati. Ohie: Dr. Orovur Cto, of Now Yoiki Dr. Hart lie low. of Juffer&on Medical Colleire. of l'a.. and scoros of others oiually eminent. Dr. Pierce's Kavorlto Prescription cures tlio worst cases of female wtiakni'ss, prolap lus.antovornlon and rotrovorslon and coi rccts Irrt'Kiilnrltles euros painful iktIoiIs, dries up dlsaitioonblo and uuakuiiliiir drains, somo tlmus known as polvlc catarrh and a multl tudu uf other dUoasos peculiar to wumuu. Ucar In mind, It Is not a patent nor ovimi a bocrot medlclnu, but tho"rnvorlto Proscrip tion" of a rt'Kularly educated physician, of lariro c.xporlcnco In tlio euro ot woman's peculiar ailments, who frankly and conlld Inply takes Ids patients Into his full con lldence by tollltur them just what his "l'ro BCiiptlou " Is comioscd ot. Ot no other medi cine put up for woman's special maladies and sold through drimsUts. ran It bo f-ald that thu maker Is not afraid to dual thus frankly, oK.-uly aud honorably, by letting ovcry patient using tha same know exactly what sho Is takluir. Sick womoti aro Invited to consult Dr. Plerco, by lottcr, free. AH correspond ence Is guarded as sacredly secret and womanly coiitidoucos aro protected by professional privacy. Address Dr. R. V. Plerco, Buffalo, N. Y. How to preserve health and beauty It told In Dr. Plerco's Common Senso Med ical Advisor. It Is free. For a papor covored copy sond Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N. Y.. 21 one-cent stamps to covet mailing onlu ; in cloth binding 31 stamps Dr. Pierce's Pel lots euro constipation. take him quito out of tho category under discussion here. It is after all, a question of truo love. And that means tho patience that endures, itlio, charity that over looks audi foifcivcs, the spirit which rewards and tho tact which gives do minion whilo seeming to serve. If young persons can look a fact squarely in tho face, can weigh tlio habits and tendencies of tho other in utvtrembling scales, and thim, having decided, can maintain tho position of lover through lifo, the.il marriago at an early ago should! bo as Aviso as at any other time. But would it not bo strnngo if they could decide this matter uner ringly whe.it tlioy aro confessedly in capable of sound judgment in every other mattctrf 3 Thin Feopio. Thin, scrawny, flcshless pcoplo arc usually nervous, irritable, bilious and dyspeptic. Every chango of weather effects them; If thoy happen to cat or drink anything containing disease .germs, it develops at onco, and thoy aro tho first subjects of any contagious discaso coming in tho neighborhood. Their lifo is a continual worry in their efforts to avoid oxposuno to damp am! malarial atmosphere Peoplo can gain from ono to thrco pounds of solid healthy flesh per week by tho uio of Dr. Gunn's Blood and Norvo Tonic. It puts their system in condition to resist sickness. This Tonic is in tablot form, to bo taken Tight after meals. Sold by all dj-uggista for 7Ge por box or three boxes for $2. It turns tho fooJ you oat into strong rich blood. This provonts and cures disease. Tooplo tell us who havo used tho Tonic that it euros them, then keops them from get ting sick aftorwnrd. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Signature of U& THE TOWN ORIER. Couldn't mako an announcmont that would plcaso the public botte' than when wo tell them that their laundry work will bo done to perfec tion and tho Salem Steam Laundry can't bo compotod with anywhero In tho country for tho perfection of its work on linen, silks or woolens. We defy competition in this line, bccauiolf Jtbcro wero any better methods wo would havo them at once. Try tho Salem Steam Laundry. Prices right. SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY. Colossi. J. Olmstead, Prop. rilONE 25. 13C-160 8. Liberty St J W S a mwK I 1 Tako your' meals at tho WHITE HOUSE KESTAURANT Thoy will plcaso you White House Restaurant GEORGE BROS. Proprs. Phono Main 106. Stato St. Meals served at all houra. Patronize Home industry, nnd find out ns your neighbor havo done that Eppley's Perfection Baking Powder Put up in glas jars is tho best baking powder made. Ask you grocer for "Eppley's"; givo it a trial and you will find that it will speak for itself. C. M. .EPPLEY Manufacturer Salem . . . Ore. COPvKtgMT DO NOT HAVE YOUR HEAD SAWED OFF By jobbers and carpenters who sell Inforlor lumber nt a 'big profit. Got our prices boforo buying. Wo can Favo you money. GOODALE LUMBER CO. Use i Self Rising B. B. B. Flow Asfc your grocer for It. WANTED Men foe Quary and Street work. Enquire WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO Roon 1 9 Breyman Bldg BI : Gold Dust Flow 1 i i i i ! J.tado by TID3 SYDNEY POW- 3 ER COMPANY, Sidney, Orogon. Mado for family uso. Ask your i i grocor ior it. iiran anu euorin i always on hand. i I P. B. Wallace ! AGENT H. S. Gile & Co. Wholesale Merchants and Dealers in FRUIT AND PRODUCE. Wo hnvo large supplies of berry boxes, both tin top and folding, also orates. Oct your supplies hore. W buy buttor, eggs, poultry, produce, etc Pay cash. HOTEL OREGON Corner of Seventh and Stark Streeta, Portland, Oregon. The new and modern hotel of the city Caters particularly to resident of Sa lem nnd other Oregon el tie. European plan. Free bus. Rates $1.00 per day and upward. Handeomeat grill in tha Wet, and prices as low aa la plaoea 1m attractive. Dally Capital Journal ou flla. WSianT-DIOEENSON HOTSL OO. aiiffl mkymSSmf i ' (XZH&t? Yi 1 1 J-xiiZi tKvVNwy WiW? eMMOt . A FINE, JUIOY ROAST From our market will plcaso you. Choice steaks and all seasonablo meats at the Stato streot market. E. O. OROSS. Phdno 291. The Fashion Stables Fonnorly Simpson's Stables, Up todnto livery and cab lino. Funornl turnouts a spoclalty. Tally ho for picnics and excursions. Phono 44. G1IAS. W. YANNKID, Trop. 247 atid 210 High Streot. BRICK Brick furnishod in largo or small quantities. Pressed brick made t order. Yard on Stato streot, south oi Ponitenllary. SALEM BRIOK YARD. A. A. BURTON, Prop. Just Received Two cars of best Star A Star Cedar , Shingles. Hnvo you tried Mallhoid Roofing or P. & B. Building Paporf Full Guarantee. Wovon Wiro Foncing of all kinds Fence Posts, Gates, Gate Hardware and Screen Doors. WALTER MORLEY, 250 Court St., Salora, Or. RELIEF POR LADIES. FRENCH TANSY WAFERS Original nnd only genuine Put up in yollow wrappor with Crown trado mark. For salo by leading druggets. Price $? por bor. Summer School Tho first torm of tho Capital Summer Normal opens on May 1st, to continue eight weeks. Tutltlon $10. Summer School of Primary Mothods. Openi June 11th, to continue threo weeks. Ad dress J. J. Kraps, or County Suporin tondent E. T. Mooros, Salem Or. tf O. C T. CO Steamers Pomona and Altona. loavo for Portland' daily except Sunday nt 7:10 n. m. M. P. BALDWIN, Agent. SUNDAY EXCURSION on the Corvallis 8c Eastern Rail road TO NEWPORT Sunday excursion to Newport and return on tho Corvallis nml Eastern railroad will loavo Albany EVERY SUNDAY AT 7:30 A. M. Arriving in Newport nt noon, return ing loavo Newport at C:30 p, in., giving S6 hours at tho finest Tosort in the West. Health, rest and pleasure for the weary worker. Throd-day and tcason tickets from all S. P. points, good going nnd return ing on Sunduy oxcuralon trains. Faro from Albnny, Corvallis or Phil omath $1.50 for tho round trip. Con nections at Albnny with Eugene local going southbound overland on roturn. iaaaaaaaaaaK!!aBBflal I ADVICE Buy at our rflces nnd savo money oa your grocerloa. Our oiTorlngs should appeal strongly to you, beeauM their values can bo sees at a glance. Baker, Lawrence & Baker goceessors to Harritt & LawTac. "T 1'