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DAILY CAPITA! JOURNAL, SALEM, OMgCgfrjrilPBSDAY, SOVEMBEIt 20, 1000
ii" wwiw 4 v ir- Avoid alum and alum phos phate baking powders. The label law requires that all the ingredients be named on the labels. Look out for the alum compounds. NOTE. Safety lies in buying only Royal Baking Powder, which is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and the best that can be made. Huie Wing i i.i 1 1 m 1 1 ni 1 1 1 1 n m i-h n BIG STOCK 3 X2ikJnk,Lt JLjd All kind of Clilucso nnd .Tnpnucflo Fancy niul Dry Goods, Silks, nil kinds of DrcftH Good, IfnndkcrchlcfH, Hmhroldcry, Lace, GciiIh' nnd Ladli-a' Funiltdilng flood, Holts, ContN, rants, Overalls, Shirts, Blan ket, Comforts, Gloves, 1Ioh Tninkn, Mattings. Wo mako up n new lino of Wrappers, Waists, Wlilto Undent car. Kimonos for Mile. AH kinds of good nt very low prices. $1.23 Klnioun Halo S .00 81.n Klinoua Hnlo 1.00 9:i.0() Kinionu Halo .' 2.23 $1.05 Wrapper Halo l.'.t." $5.23 Wool Wrapper Hale. 1.00 ROc yard Wool Hitler Don 11. .!3 He Outing Flannel 10 00e W(Mtl Drt-MH Good 515 73c Wool Dress (loods 50 All kinds of Holiday Goods at Lowest Prices CHINESE AND JAPANESE BAZAAR 346 Court St., Salem, Oregon FARM IN UNION COUNTY Appropriation Will Be Asked For Eastern Oregon Ex periment Station Formur 8Ute Senator Walter Mr Fenroo, of Umntllln county, wns in Salem yoaturday on . busltuMM. Mr. 1' our co, IiohUIm being n lawyer of lino nltnlnmtmUt, U iv whtrnt kliiK In Umatilla nnd Union oouutlos nnd Ik tho principal owner of the Kront Kenstoru Orognu resort at Hot I.uko wlioro lio Is arranging to muku of tho group of hulUMtiKS tho llnost hotol In Orogon. A pnrt of Mr. Ponrco'a huulnotm . .- 1. , . I , ,, , , """'ru"'" Ion tho next loKU utnro wl I bo nskod to mako for the bonollt of tho onst- orn Orogon oxporlmuntul stntlon. Appropriated for An1uiii. It will ho romombored thnt n num. ber of ycnni ngo, tho stnto npproprl nted n sum of money to purchase a alto for nn Iubmio asylum In eastern Oregon nnd C40 acre wero purchased lu Union county not far from tho town of Union. It la ono of tho flu oat farms In thu statu of this alio. Tho leglslnturo has jftbundonod tho Idea of establishing the branch asy lum, which is prohibited by tho con stitution anyway, nnd slnco then tho farm has been used us uu agricul tural experiment station. TQ state has appropriated conoid rWJ wonoy from time to tlmo for this jnrpoe and during tho two VrnM that Mr, Poarco was in tho tt wiato ho secured about $15. flO0. It wax tho purpose to koep (kit JtiUet and mot of )t now ra- HMtM i Uu traMtr,y. Mr, Fttro and a larg$ auwWw of &tni Omwmi farmer btHtut tkta far trjr wtaM in fciiiiiiiiriiiiin iiiiiiii ii rt Sang Co.f i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 i i u i OF GOODS $1.50 Fancy Waists Kalo..$ 1.00 $:i.25 Wool Flannel Waist. . .2.23 90.00 Silk Waists I.H0 $1.23 Kllk Waists JI.23 $15.2:1 Kllk and Wool Hulls 10.00 15r ladles' Hose 10 $1.23 Union Knit Hale 85 220 yanls Kiro 11 91.15 WtHd Khauls 1.00 It mid make n small appropriation for Its mnlntnlnunco. Governor Unwilling. Governor Chnmborlnln will bo urged to recommittal In Ida mossngo to tho loglHlnturo that nn appropria tion ho nuulo. It In doubtful If Oov-urnot- Cluunhorluln will do this ns ho doe not bollovo tho prnotloal botio fUs from tho farm Justify tho appro priation. Jiiilgn llnlley's Plan. Judgo Thomas 0. llalloy, of tho supremo court, who besides bolng an nblo Jurist, Is a practical fnrmor of oxporltmoo, has u plan thnt ho be lieves to bo a good one. Ho thinks thnt n small cxporlmont station should bo mnlntnlnod In onch county, probably on tho county poor farm, nnd each ono under tho direc tion of tho Orogon Agricultural Col logo oxporlmunt station. In this way things could ho oxporlmontcd with thnt sultud tho particular soil nnd ellniuto of ouch county. Tho coun tliw of Orogon nro widely different 111 I lift It ntinvinitnMlut Ia.i .. .1 .. . 1. " i" inriuiiiK suited to eastern Orogon Is entirely out of noo ,u t,,0 wmnnietto vn,. tnv ivy Stato Kuglnoor Lwis Is Interested in nil suah matters ami somo state mouts will no doubt bo made to tho legislature. - -0" . Ah I'Ynure! l'ut it. Little KraucM had boguu to write letters under tho suDorvlslon of mama. Uist wook hor mother was on a visit, nnd Francos, decided to wrlto to he,r without liolp. Sho managed slang nnd tho now mode of spslllng In ono sentouce: "Orandmn got n letter frojn Anty and tho news in It nokt hor out." Now York I'ross. e- . , lit Danger. "I have orton stood In a slaughter house," observed tho fleshy man from Chicago, "whllo tho butchers wero killing hogs ou all sides of lno,,, "Oh," 'oxclalmoa tho toadert hearts but taeOww Nw - ILA A SPEAKING OF CIVIC REFORM Salem Should Benefit by Ex ample Set by Other Cities . Says J. Conner "Speaking of civic Improvement," said Proprietor J. Conner, of the Willamette hotel, during a discus sion of tho subject with a Journal roportor last evening, "Salem should pattorn after tho planB adopted by nearly all of tho cities of any Im portance In Colorado and Utah. "Tho first essential to cleanliness and tidiness In a city is to get tho people in tho habit of throwing their refuso where It will not become scattered upon the streets and side walks. In other words, carry tho Idea of 'a placo for everything and everything In its place' Into tho gov ernment of municipal affairs. "Thero Is not a day nor nn hour of the day when you cannot walk down tho streets of Salem nnd sco tho sidewalks and gutters strewn with scrap paper nnd refuso of all kinds nnd descriptions and ono is in constant dnnger of painful if not serious Injury, and possibly the frac turo of bones, by slipping upon tho Innocent looking banana pool. All this In splto of tho fact thnt thoro nro stringent ordinances on tho city statutes absolutely forbidding tho throwing of fruit skins, papor scraps or debris of any kind upon tho streots or sidewalks. "In Salt Lake City, Ogdon, Donvor mid nil other cltlos of any proml nonco In tho Rocky mountain district every stroot corner is provided with a Inrgo stationary motal box, made In tho shnpo of a small dog konnol and provided with nuitablo oponings Into which all ' Bcrnps of jmpor and refuso of all kinds, oxcopt clgnr nnd clgnretto stumps, aro to bo cast by tho pedestrians. Anyono falling to observo tho ordlnnnco prohibiting tho throwing of refuso nny placo except In tho8o boxes will bo called to prompt nnd sovoro account by tho penco o Ulcers and, In consoquonco, tho streots and sidewalks nro kopt scrupulously clonn nnd frco from de bris. "Thoso boxos cost tho city prac tically nothing -slnco tho outside space upon thorn Is sold to tho high est bidder for ndvortlsing purposes, and, in caso of Btrong competition In this lino, tho city make a hand Bomo profit upon tho Inveetmont be sldoa obtaining tho oxcollont rosults sought. If Salem should adopt a systom of this kind you would not hoar so much complaint and kicking about dirty etroots and filthy side walks ns undor prosont conditions." o . Somewhat IHuYrciit. "My motto," said tho doctor "Is Ro sure you're right, nnd then go nhoad.' " "Mlno Is Bomowhnt dlfforont," said tho politician. "It's 'Ho suro you got nhead. thon you can mako it right.' " Chicago Dally News, A Bold Stop, To ovcrconw tho woll-grnundcd tad rcoMMiahlo ul "x-t'om f tin 1 to l..tcl llgdul to ih uo o hcjrot, n.ollt-1! ul ..oir. pounds, Dr. R. V, llenjo, of lluCtio, N. V., M)inc tlmi' ago, dti (4d U bul a Lai 1 deimrmro from tho luuol oourx pursuij by tho iimWirs of put-up niedidufls for do xnestte uso, nmV so has publUhcd broad cast and oner to tho whole world, & full and cotr.nfuto list of all tho IngrodUntq catering inVhocp!npoHlonofliHiJt-ly celebrated fcpdltHTod. Thu h his taken his unmrnnu yairuns nnd patients Into his full uiiRttSnto. Thui too he hu n ruovwlulViwllclnas from anions st-crot nmtrirWi)! doubtful merits, and mado thouiWci.mlk!i 0 Kiwu-h Cominttuiwx. By tlillwl,l -"pl)r, Vrfo hysWvij tlTTtTltli t.irin.u T"'"'!''." etnTnSg iorinH.jt tn ( Mi-it.exfwpfil'!; s iu fcttiltHo suucK-t ttmm t I-'UliYj-V rVot only do-i. tUe wrtrr of erery bonis of lr Pli'iw'a vilU-n Ufdleat l)tcit-i y. Urn iiuiuuv numit-inu ir ik sum) u it. iu llvri'rtwlk.ut vvtaiitl ll ! rrlialdtM ix-s wlu-rovt'i kicftunL lnvu iiriuiiU uini 11. in jJ.iki I'ngiuA, k lull n1 cuwnloio Vi u( a!l lUo lufivdn-utK cttxilutf It. but a kwall UkU Iim Uiu vintilkil f r)in luinu rou suuJanl nuHiti al uvrkn. u( all U aiffi rvut .m'ImhJ uf lira. tir cnt..iilii M-iy itumvr ou tuitrauu (turn Um uriUcpt uX Katltct IimclitloiuTs tf utiliclu iH'dotviiitf in the iruupaW jJ U Urm. vn h i.d uxurj Uifru dla iiitiiHl tu lr. Purve's invdkiitAc. Ono ut Oium l.ulo IvrnkswlH l tuail.tt fuc to any otto kiHia.nif adiltoaaoii iwrtol can) or liy lulter. to lr IL V. 1'iun.u. Out al.t. .N. 'i and rvi.iu-tiiu.- the sahhx IVw 1I1U llitl Uik It n .It Ur ivatiHt thav J. r. lu rwn mwl lotum r4.t it uu aUJiut. natvuiUs. luliuial attviiU or olliot ilkuKiM ur l. Jmioui arvnta tint that tluty are mmlo tiiu uailvu. n.ivllci ual routi ot krv-i bluet also that mhw of tho iimi valuctxu tiitrrtvltrnM couialugd ta l)r ruiWs lavuHiloT;itlon for aV. iiurvuwk. uwrwuiUtl, run-uowH." nnrruus aud UoUIUatiMt wudtuii, vrvro tmiiiK.iiil. loai j oats vu. to Imtlaiui foralmllaratlBienis bBx-tlatf llu-.r M'uawa. lu f ai U otu of tho 'lttiM Ts.luaM u.ivtu-iual i)ii!trntonc Into tlioiv .iKiv.xta v. r Ir rutve FaTi-riu 1'rc Mrtiiiloii, known ut ttio Itnlnm as uit 1 ' Hut LaowKWuof ttio uses cf not a fiw ut (tbkh Ta uaWo native wt-Cu-Jual rUn.4 vruKaluod fiuui tlto hullau. Aa taado up j Iwprovixl tinj ucact pn Wi, U10 " 1 arvritv Vivm rlotUvii M11 tuoot eKcUnil rt'twcM, fi. r rtMrutatliur all tho wiwa aur fum-Uou. cHtvtln,' ilUlircnwnl. as iKulatMM. fcnUvcri,Kui and l-utomriiao. ovfKvntjr yauiful wtbik aotiUur uu t er ly JC5?BFjeT t ?ij X CLASSIFIED DETMEOT Z,r BltlCK Brick furnished In large or small qtiaHtltics. Pressed brick made to order. Yard on State Street, sonth of Penitentiary. SALEM IlltICK YARD A. A. IIUUT0X, Prop. DRAYMEN. R. O. Cummins Successor to White Cummins, express, delivery and transfor line. Prompt servico is our motto. Furniture and piano moving a specialty. Stand at 156 South Commercial street. Phone 175. Residence phono 9C8. 8-4-tf TOR RENT. For Rent. Furnished and ' unfur nished rooms at 790 North Com mercial St. M. A. Dice, Prop. 5-J-tf FOR SALE. For Sale. Second-growth fir wood. Sawed and Delivered to any part of tho city. Just received 100 cords. Call at Salem Truck & Dray Company's olllce, CO Stato street, or call up phono 74 Main. 11-lC-lm INSURANCE. Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, nccl- dent nnd ponslon Insurance; $2, 000,000 pledged; every claim paid. Good agents wanted. J. II. C. Montgomery, supremo organizer, Box 432 Salem, Oregon. R. R. Ryan, secretary, 54 C Stato atreot. LODGES. Foresters of America Court Sherwood Foresters, No 19. Meets Tuesday in ITurst tall, State street. U. S. Rider . C. R.; A. L. Rrown, F. S. Central Lodgo No. 18. K. of P. CastW Hnll in Ilolmnn block, corner Stnt ami Liberty streets. Tuesday of each week nt 7:30 p. m. J. O. Graham, C C; W. I. Stnley, K. of R. and S. Modern Woodmen of Amorica. Ore goa Cedar Camp No. 5240. Sloolt every Thursday evening at 8 o'clocl in Ilolmnn hall. W. W. Hill, V. 0 : F. A. Turner, Clerk. Woodmen of World. Moot evory Frl day night nt 7:30. in Holman hall F. R. Cnpper, C. C. P. L. Frazler, Clo-k. MISCELLANEOUS. Will tho Person Who took furs by mistake from G. W. Johnson & Co'a store, plense return them. ll-27-3t IIous . llrlggs Carpontors and con tractors. Job work dono to order promptly. Sho'p' at 19th and State streots, opposite Epploy's store Phono 424. ll-C-lm Plctiho Pay Up All who owo mo will pleaso pay nt once, ns I can not further dolny sottlomont. F. A. Wiggins. 10-1C- Aleuts Canvn3sors, mlxors, pod- dlors, solicitors, mall order pooplo, otc., Bhould btiy Kramer's Book of Trado Secrots. Regular prlco $5.00, but balance of last edition for $1.20 ns long ns thoy last, Guaranteed. Ordor quick. Sioux Publishing Co., Southland, Iown. 11-28-lm. BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is worth more than any other broad, yet tho prlco Is no higher. For Balo at your grooor's. . CALIFORNIA UAKERY. Thomas & Cooloy, Props. At Sirs. O. II. Walkers 321 Coiu morcinl street, you can get your clothes dyed, cleaned, pressed or ropnlred. Anything from a pair of glovos to tho most elaborate elite gown. Velvet collars put on, and coats rellned. Phono 1245. Phono 1245. Itutto tt Wenderoth. Fine winc&. liquors and cigars. Wo handlo tho celebrated Kellogg and Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly on draught. South Com mercial street. 9-3-lyr i Salein Iron Work. Foundora, ma chinists nnd blaoksmlths. Manu facturora of all kinds ot sawmill machinery. Hop and fruit drying stoves, otc Manufacturers of the Salem Iron Works Hop Press, "i"' vn naunury. Has now changed hands, and Is under the proprietorship of Mr. A, E. West Wo render tho best of servico and guaranteo satisfaction. QUo us a trial order, and we will pleaso you. JJ4 Broadway, Paoae 2 CI . n-M-lwk .vp.w ANTl RECOND-ILUfD GOODS. New nnd Second-Hand uoous. Bought and Bold, also ranges, stoves and cooking utensils, dish es, granite and tinware of all kinds Give us a call. 0. L. McPcok, 170 South Commercial St. 8-13-ly OSTEOPATHS. Dr. W. L. Mercer. Oraduato of KIrkt ville, Mo., under founder of osteo pathy. Rooms 25-20 Breyman bldg. Commercial St. Phone 910. Besi denco 419 North Summer street Phono 014. Treats acute and chronit dlseasM. Examination feo. Dr. B. II. "White Qradunto of Klrks villo, Mo., under founder of Os teopathy. Room 21, Breyman building, Commercial Btreet. Phono 87. Residence 316 Liberty street, corner Chemokota Btreet. Phono 1448. Treats acute and chronic diseases. Examination free. 11-17-tf PLUMBERS. riico. SI. Rarr Plumbing, hot wntor and steam heating and tinning, 1C4 Commercial street. Phone Main 192. 9-1-ly M. J. Fotzcl Pluniblng stenm and gns fitting. ,8uccce'or to Knox I Murphy, 220 Commo'dal strcot 'Phono Main 17. A. L. Frazcr Successor to Burroughs & Frazcr, plumber nnd tinner. Mnnn facturor of copper and galvanized iron cornice, and motal skylights, 105 Stuto streot. 'Phono 1511. SALEM HOP DEALERS. Krebs Bros. Growers of and deal ers In hops, Salem, Oregon. Phone 121. Offlco over Salem State Dank, 115 Commercial street C. C. Donovan Hop merchant; rep resents best firms in America. Cor ner Commercial and Stato streets, Salem. Phono Main 137. 3ASII AND DOOR FACTORIES. Frank M. Brown. Manufacturer 0 rash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of bouse finish nnd hard wood work. Front street, hot. 8tnto nnd Court VETERDTARY BURGEON. Dr. E. J. Young. Veterinary Surgeon .and dentist, 33 years' experience All work guaranteed. Difficult sur gieal operations a specialty. PL on 581. Ofllro at Club Stables. Phone 7, Salem, Orogon. 3-9-tf WANTED. Wanted Washerwoman to como to tho houso onco a week. Address "M.," caro Journal. ll-27-3t Wanted By a couple with baby, fur ulshod or unfurnished tooiiib, with bath In connection. Would also llko board. Address "W A," caro of Journal. ll-28-3t Wanted. 1000 chlckena at Wlllam otto Hotel. The highest cash prlco will bo paid. 11-19-tf Wanted To ougago 10 or 12 wait resses for loglslaturo In January. Apply at onco at Wlllamotto Ho tol. 11-19-tf Wanted Immrtllnroif a nn,t i. nnd pony to deliver papers. Apply 'h uiiurmu ouico. 11-9-tf Apples Wanted. We will tako cider apples up till January, bo don't let them waste. Prices according to quality. Call and seo us. Gid eon Stolz Co. 11-20-lm HOLUSTEr' Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Bmj McJlelas for Baty Peopla. BAagt Ooliea Health anj Rtavl Vljw .l W?",Q tor 9?.,1!,tilwt',''- In-IlgoaUon. iJti. nJ Klmy Troub o. llmnles, Kciema. ImDun fcfUS1 ly nrk'y niln Twin UtJ lt form SA cnta a Iwx. arnuln mado bi JIOLDEK NUGGETS FOR SAlLOW PEOPj: v. j'lii .Z?', P TOIAW9FREBCII FEEULEl lithium UPILLS. iiui,r 411 LxlIZSI fc.lftlaaai -- - - UetLw M 13 f A'l. " a! 8ijji utf VJI linUxai uiUlllilLiL' r"i:ALCO..oT4. Iluuir. . 'wasawssscjw? 1 aaBjBHdBndP '11 1 9 HOTEL OREGON Corner of Seventh sad Stark Street Portland, Oregon. The now and modern hotel of the eltj Caters particularly to residents of Sa lorn and other Oregon cities. Europsai plan. Free l,Ug. Rate $1.00 pw daj and upwar.U Handaoineet grill la thi Wwt, and price as low tut la plae ! tractive. DaUy Caplud jOTr, ot Ala. wwoHT-Dionowoir sotbi, 00 . WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPAN For watpr Bcrvlco apply at officii Bills pnynblo monthly in ndvnnco Mako nil complaints at the ofilce. B B B Order n package of this famous health and brain building flour and enjoy somo good old fashioned New England Brown Bread. A chanco at a right hot loaf will make you think you aro In Boston. With Allen's Self-rising B. B. B. Flonr you can make bread Just liko the Puritans used to mako. 3-B l'unenko Flour is also n puro food; self rising and nil ready to mix with water and bako on a hot grlddlo. Trndo Mark ALLEN'S B B B FLOUR CO. Pacific Const Factory, San Jose, Cal. Eastern Fnctory, Littlo Wolf Mills, Mhnnvt-n, Wis. 1 That Cow If you keep n. family cow nothing Is too good for her, nnd wo make n specialty of catering for tills class of trade. Besides nil tho staple feeds, wo carry New Process Oil Meal Sidney Shorts Very Extra Fresh Carrots Cow Kure nnd many other specialties to induce health nnd plenty of milk. TILLSON & CO. 151 High St Tno abovo cut shows our bri! lined Torrid Zone Furnace GJ anteed cas and dust nroof Ecoao- leal and durable; for the parllc" Inquire at A. L. FRASER 258 Stato Street. Estimates furnished on heath Proof of the Pudding Is la tho eating. The true of bread, biscuits, .1,. .i .iwiw. ran no better results realised than obtained from tho use of Eppleyrs Perfectk Bafcinc Powrfef JPw iNfeaWf lmM TW hji I1 Inds. It Is absolutely pure and, t J .. . 1 -iffht brr'l c....... . l.inC Silt"1 CMUCIU. 1H llw"" , dustrles your money . .... fiuild w UOHM9, SUM ; " .. city d ltcrcse the vals 1 ... . . . . 1, trial. i prowenv. unu -- C. M. EPPL Mofacii ' wttMKRf IS. I evveler Gates, roofing tola lw: cni - .w!iHP.Ii a,. , jeJSBlM..JIK. "2 - fr ikdnl. Jz!zLJf-gLT " ""y r. SaSSSSSawMMaMaMitSaSai g- .