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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAV, SEPTEMBER 25, 1000.
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SMOOT .;
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KYi Support Canteen tons-
ure to Spite the
W. C. T. U.
Washington, Sept, 2D.- Senator
Smoot, of Utah, in tho latest cham
pion of tho army cantoon, nnd sayB
- ho Intends to Introduce n bill nt tho
next congroBsIonal session providing
lor tho ropcnl of tho prcsont law.
4'I Imvo llttlo reputation to loso
among tho women of tho country,"
the senator Bald, "so It sooms to tno
that I mny n wojl bo tho champion
of what oach and ovory representa
tive In congress belloves should bo
done. I think thoy all agreo with
the officers of tho army that tho antl
canteon law Is unwise, but because
of- public sentltnont thoy all aro
afraid to cotno out and urge Its re
peal." '"Any woll-doflncd offort to 'secure
the ropoal of tho antl-cantoon law (a
certain to bring down upon Congress
an avalanche of protest from tho wo
men of tho country, It wns the wo
men who compelled tho abolition of
the canteen, and It la woman's Influ
ence that has dotorred tho congress
men from doing anything In tho di
rection of Ha restitution, as recom
mended by army oulcors.
Stafe News
Each Mourned Other.
North Plnffn. Nnli.. Bnnt JK t.
-.--... - ..VVw, ....v, Ut,,.i.. a.. ..- l
tflr hfivlnrr inmirnnl nnnli nllmn no I
--- ...r.,..n --.... a.v. bllbll UhllUI t.q
dead for noarly flvo montha, onch
bollovlng that tho other had boon
killed In tho Snn Francisco earth
quake, James Turner nnd Mlsa
Mabel Portor, Ills Bwoethonrt, mot
faco to fnco on a train noar horo
yestorday, and wore mnrrlod almost
Immediately. Thoy woro living and
working In Ban Francisco nt tho
time of tho oiirthquako nnd had boon
Jovor and awcothoart for several
years. Tho mnrrlngo linil boon sot
for a day In. Juno. Tho evonlng bo
foro tho earthquake tho conplo had
spent nt a theatro and when about
midnight thoy kissed good-byo not a
cloud appeared on tho hnrlron of
their lives.
Tho horrlhlo dlsnstor enmo, and
flames dostroyod tho homo or IiIb
nwoothoart. and unnhlo to locato
hor, Turner wont to Oakland. A fow
wobka ago ho camo to his unclo'a
ranch In South Dakota. Tho family
Vacant houses In Portland aro at
a premium,
' Tho city charter of Independence
will bo amended.
Tho Harney county fair opens at
Burns October 2d.
A new bank will be opened at
Freownter, Oregon, this week.
Over 200 Japs aro employed In
tho beet fields at La Grande.
Eugene's public schools began
yesterday, with an attendance of 920.
Martin Ensley, a cabinet maker
of McMinnvlllc, died at that place
Sundny,
Mrs. Zllph'n WUkins, of Cornelius,
ngod 70 years, died at Forest Orovo
Sundny.
Mrs. Albert Crosby, of Portland,
keeps her husbdnd at homo nights
by beating him with a poker. Ho j
wnntB a divorce.
Mrs. S. A. Havonstroth, of Corne
lius, died at that placo Monday.
Sho leaves mnny grand children.
Mayor Feo, of Pendleton, mado
tho oponlng address at tho fair thero
Tho city is full to overflowing with
visitors.
Tho quarterly conference of tho
Stako of'Zlon, Mormnn,"-of Union
county, will bo hold at La Grando
this wook.
Tho Linn county farmers aro com
plaining of tho unusual slaughtering
of tho China phoaBnntB this year by
outsldo sportsmon.
Oscar Morton of Astoria, tried to
commit sulcldo Sundny by hnnglng
hlmsolf with a strap In his father's
house Ill-health was tho cause,
Mrs. A. II. Orubbo, of Oakland,
Or., formorly Miss Maud Dockley, of
Ilosoburg, died Monday, aged 2B
years, of consumption.
Tho heavy rains of ton days ago
caused fully ono-thlrd of tho prunes
growing In Clark county, Washing
ton, to crnck nnd fall ofT tho trooa.
Hon. Wnltor L. Toozo has reslgnod
tho presidency of tho VHlnnn3tt0
Valley Dovolopmont Leaguo, to
which offlco ho was but recontly
olectod,
Archbishop Chrlstlo, who has boon
vory III, at Marshriold, where ho wont
to dodlcnto a new hospital, in tho
Coos Hay country, Is reportod as bo
Ing out of dnngor.
Bernard O. Volguth, tho young
clerk who Is accused of robbing tho
Portlnnd Ons Company of thousands
of dollars, appears boforo tho circuit
court today to pload.
Jimmy Sullivan, night clerk nt tho
Foley hotel, at La Grande, was hold
up at 3 o'clock Monday morning by
a masked num. who, with a revolver,
forcod him into a chair, tolling him
I
Netvous People and Theit Teeth
IT IS A WELL KNOWN FACT THAT ANY NERVOUS PERSON IS MORE SENSITIVE xu i-aia xiiaa un unu hould xEVEr
KNOW TUFA' HAD A NERVOUS SYSTEM. IT IS WITH THIS CLASS OF PEOPLE I HAVE MY GREATEST SUCCESS. I TREAT EAm,
AND EVERY PATIENT WITJI THE UTMOST CARE AND USE ALL SCIENTIFIC APPLIANCES KNOWN TO THE PROFESSION TO ALL&
VIATE THE PAIN OF A DENTAL OPERATION. POOR TEETH RREAK DOWN THE HEALTH, AND WHEN YOUR HEALTH IS GOV
WHAT IS LEFT? LIFE IS THEN LIKE A NUT WITH THE KERNEL OUT OF IT EMPTY.. DON'T DELAY HAVING YOUR TEETH AT.
TENDED TO, AS THE .LONGER IT IS PUT OFF THE MORE IT COSTS.
AS TO WHAT I AMDOING AND HAVE HONE READ THE FOLLOWING:
.July 25, 190C.
Nearly a year ago I had Dr. Wright
mako mo an upper) set of teeth, and
can say they aro arperfect fit.
' ' MRS. R. OMLEY,
Yew Park, Salem, Or.
if
a
Juno G, 1900. X had thrco teeth
filled by Dp. Wrig-hys painless method,
and I oxperionced n'o pain whatever.
MISS -BELLE BUTLER,
.1 Sublimity, Or.
Juno 30, 1000. Df". Wright has just
extracted a tooth for mo without any
pain. MUS. TO. BUTTE,
Salem, Or.
Juno 35, 1900. Dr. WHght put in a"
gold crown and a threcrtooth bridge
for mo without causing mo any pato
whatever, and I will add that tho work
is entirely satisfactory.
MARTIN OLSEN,
Salem, Or.
Juno 8, 100C Dr. Wright put in two
bridges for mo and several gold fill
ing?, absolutely without pain. They
are highly srtisfactonr and I am now
having him insert two moro bridges.
Candidly, If you want high-class, pain
less dentistry, my advice is to go to
him. MBS. PETER ZILINSKI,
Brooks, Or.
July 31, '0G.
Dr. Wright made mo a full upper
set of teeth, which fit perfectly. He
also mado mo a partial lower set,
which does the work llko natural
teeth, sitting in place, solid, without
any movement whatever. I had a
lower set made by another dentist,
but found them worthless. If you
want perfect fitting teeth go to Dr.
Wright. Mrs. A. M. Wornor.
R. F. D. No. 1.
June 9, 1906. Dr. Wright mado me
a full lower plato'to replace tho 0110 I
had mado by another dentisit, and it is
a perfect fit MBS. W. FENNEL,
803 Llborty St., Salem.
GOLD CROWNS $5 PLATES $5 ' FILLINGS 50c' EXAMINATION FREE
DR. B. E. WRIGHT, The Painless Dentist
Steusloff Building, Court St. Hears: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m., Sundays 0 to 1 2. Phone 206 Main
X-RAYS
Wl1. ...1...... ,1... ..! l.-.i . .1.
...... , ,,u.u u.u Kll. mi inniia nor, to remain there, and liroko open tho
homo in flan Francisco woro all till, getting about u. n0 aftor-
WUwI. and. believing that Tumor wards wont through Sullivan's poek-
lmil mot tho Bnnio fnto, she camo to ots, scouring nbout $30
Nebraska, her former home, to live w. P. WHH011, of Minnesota, was
Ml h hor aunt. Tho happy couple arrested In Grants Pass yostorduy
will return to Snu Francisco and charged with passing fraudulent!
mako It their home. chocks and draft. Ho has been bar-
" '"' "h irncia 01 land noar
Wot king .Noar Stay ton.
Tho gang of convletH which has
been worklug tho roads noar Mt.
Angel wan moved to Btayton today,
whero thoy will bo employed. Tho
Kng nu inborn 20, and W. W. John
son, oj this city, went to Btayton to
day to net na ouo of tho guardH.
"Yes, madamus: I told Mtno Du
rand that you woro ill and that a
uoon na you had recovered you would
rail on her, and alio mild alio wns
vory sorry to hear It." Lo Rlro.
I.ady (entering the kitchen ami
noting pnllcomau. So you are tho
brother of my rook. Aro you an only
brother?
Otncor I hope no, madam. Meg
gondorfQr Blatter. ,
ADVANCING
THEIR
INTEREST
WH KNDKAVOK to advance tk
Wu4ae latere of our custom
rt la vry eltlwut way. I
mi 40-Irk, er niqUvm y fc
KMMwkt tlnetur! with Mllk
a, fiH-, hhm tk jrorlty f
IU )trt klNKM th iucc t
vry bk.
Sulern StM.it Bank
JLh JKU JrACvKf JcMMMMMt
fi.W.IiAZAJRDtriptlir
Mtum i .... - , ...
.-. linn iiuu umoroii into aovernl
largo deals, whon It was aceftalnod
that ho was a fraud.
Tho 2-yoar-old child of James
lloakley, of 1'ortland, was killed yes
terday, as tho rosult of a ham door
fulling on him. Tho child's grand
mnthor who Is quite old, ran to tho
noaro8V,nolghbor,H to securo l.oii,
Tho exertion, together with Mm
shock, proved too much for her. nnd i
nu ciieu a row hours lator.
Sportsmon nnd railway onlcInU nt
Oranta Pass aro making great prepa
rations for tho reception of tho groat
st "big game" hunting partv that
was ever in Oregon. Tho party will
,n.;';:: ::. nny iuo en,
"7., ' m York mllltonnlroa.
"in mo man who guided President
veu inroush Colorado, will bo
tho ottlclnl guide of this party
Mrs. L, c. Akerly, of Lower Slut-
, was nccmonlally shot In her left
leg Sunday. She was taking down
omo clothe, and knocked over a
oadd gun which was dUcharged,
tfo entlro charge of nno shot taking
offect m tho fleshy part of her leg!
nnkV uvvcn "or knee and
nichard Doll, tho U-yoarld .on
oi Mre. Richard Dell, of 570 H
Jront atreet. Portland, h run away
from homo to avoid win -.-,
IU wothcr It almost distracted over
ha loss of her win. and officer havo'
beon nolinml all alone tho n ,
watch for Mm.
Members ot tho Grants Pass Fruit
Orowora' Union aro much alarmed
rr tho appearanro of Kan Jow
.v ,., (no orcnanis. They win
wak war w, t '.t once, althou.k
wck harm has already beea done.
"cnton county's prune crop m
have to rot In ths orckars. If pick,
r cannot bo ecrd. lleln J mr
advertises that "tho cost of'lnterment
has been greatly reduced." Still
thoro Is no rush of applicants to
tako advantago of the goods being
marked down.
Assassination Is tho proper numo
for what Cubans call rebellion, and
tho groat mass of tho population of
that political volcano become bet
ter tho longer they nro dead.
An Arabian shclk has adopted
Homer Davenport temporarily. Now
If somo ono will manngo to have It
mado permanent.
t
Uov. II. Vrooman, In a sermon nt
Portland Sunday, saplontly remarks
thnt "wo flhnnlfl snoW tn Ipnrn nnlv
A Portlanil Arm nt nr,,li. ' .,. ,i.i ... , ..... i . ..
w ""uumiivun.iiiu iiiuiKH n ih iiusaiuio 10 Know.
Tho mooting of tho grain handlers'
domnnds by Portland oxporters
would mako an additional cost of al
most a cent n ton an amount suffi
cient to scaro almost any exporter
who over used short weights or
knocked tho prlco on tho farmer on
account of damaged grain.
Complaint (h mado that many sol
dlors aro dosortlng from tho regular
army at San Francisco. Perhnps
thoy havo Icnrned of tho order re
cently Issued by tho secrotnry of wnr
that army offlcors must learn to cook
nnd thoy rofuso to bo practiced on.
Wiso soldlors. Qrent bends.
It does look as though trying to
learn what Is Impossible to learn Is
like shearing a pig for wool shear
nonsense.
Neglected Colds.
Every part of the mucous mem
brane, tho nose, throat, ears, head
and lungs, etc., aro subject to dis
ease and blight from neglected colds.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup Is a
pleasant and effective remedy.
W. Akendrlck, Valley Mills, Tex.,
writes: I havo used Ballard's Horo
hound Syrup for coughs 'and throat
troubles; It 13 a pleasant and most
effective remedy.
Surveyors aro busy in Harney
county surveying tho road near Mal
heur Lake, on tho same route that
was surveyed onrller In tho year.
Irrigation nt Hood Rlrcr.
The annual meeting of the State
Irrigation Association will be held
at Hood River October 11 and 11.
Hon. S. A. Lowell, of Pendleton, b
president. Tho following delegate;
havo been named from tho Wlllam
etto valley Development League:
J. K. Weatherford, Albany; Charles
Hardy, Eugene; O. A. Westgate, Al
bany; Hon. B. F. Jones. Independ-J
uuuc, v. a. nuiua, roresi urove; c
Hofer, Salem.
Burglars entered tho Drain postot-
flee Sunday evening for tho purpose
of blowing open tho safe, but were
evidently scared away before the Job
was finished. A charge of nytro-
glyceron, connected with a fuse, wai
found on the safe.
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