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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FIUDAYt NOVEMBER 30, 1000.
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It you wish a high-class hair dressing, we arc sure
ft-.t r. -tr. . f .M.tarl Artnul4 will
l1e yci nair vigor, new unplug" . ...., .....
4 greatly please you. It keeps the hair soft and
"yv smooth, makes it look rich ana mxuriani, prcvcms
Jlf0 - shutting at the ends. And It keeps the scalp en-
JLJi (ZoOiJl C tfrsly free from dandruff. Stops falling hair, also.
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Low.ll, XUI,
BUSINESS
MEN TO
GO EAST
Red Tape and Indifference to
Development Going to
Get a Jolt
Tho delegation of Oregon business
men who nro going east to look nftor
Orogon'tf interests in tho National
Rivers nnd harbor Congress will In
ject a new element Into tho federal
policies nnd that will havo very little
patlonco with red tnpo methods. Tt
fakes about fivo yenrs of circumlocu
tion now to got nn Improvement of n
Tlvcr or harlfor considered. It takes
as long h that to get n patent to
a piece of govornmont lnnd, nnd thon
tho department is unablo to protect
tho pcoplo'or tho government ngnlnst
glaring and gigantic frauds. Tho
land department is not only nflllctcd
with senility, nB Sonntor Fulton put
It, but with Blow nnd crcoplng paral
ysis, locomotor ataxia, nnd gonornl
official red-tapo-worm nnilctlons, that
nro disgusting to any ordinary busi
ness man. Logltlmnto business drngs,
but frauds can bo oxpedltnd. A na
tional congress of biislnoss men to
probo Into somo of tlioao ovllu, and
forco Undo Sam to walco up nnd
got n movo on from a nou-pollticnl
standpoint will result In great bono
fit to tho development of tho west.
An ovldenco of whnt govornment
"red-tnpo" can do or rathor, what
it can do In tlip way of not doing
things was found this weok In tho
department of tho Interior when nn
Indian claim Iliad In 1800 en mo up
for consideration. Aftor thirty-soven
years of ritposo In tho pigeon-holes
of ofllclnldom, tills claim of Joseph
Sonloy, a Chlckasnw Indlnn, Is to bo
Investigated. Bonloy long ngo was
gnthorcd to tho "liappy lumtlnR
grounds" of his fathers, so that bin
Intorcst In tho outcomo of Ills cauo
is not a vary llvo one, but his enso is
ono of 123 similar claims, Involving
a b ii in In oxcosH of $750,000. Tho
claims nro for reimbursement fur
loasofl sustained to property In tho In
dian Torrltory through doprodntlons
of tho Kiowa nnd Comiuioho tribes
when tlieso Redskins took tho war
path. Bealoy.wnH a frlondly Indian,
ns woro tho 123 others, nnd bis
frlendllnoss gnvo bis case a standing
boforo the government;
Tho number of arrivals of con
gressmen Ik Increasing daily, now
that tho opening of tho session Is
comparatively n few da'H nwa.v.
Judging from tho expressions of
thoao curly birds of tho loglslntlvo
family tho topic of probably chlofcst
Interest Just nt tho present tlmo ia
that of waterways Improvement.
Tho fact that tho Trans-Mississippi
congress and tho Nationnl Grange
convention last week both heartily
indorsed the movement to havo tho
govornment npproprlato $50,000,000
annually for tho prosecution of de
velopment work, has aroused the na
tional logislatora to tho extent of tho
popular demand. Congressman T. U.
Burton, of Ohio, chairman of tho
rlvors nnd harbors committee of tho
house, is at present nt Hot Springs,
Vn., a health resort much affected
by ofllclal Washington, and is making
plans for a meeting of his commit
too to consider tho question before
tho fall of Speaker Cannon's gavol
opens tho session. A number of con
gressmen havo disappeared from here
to reappear In tho lobby of tho
Homostond hotel at the watorlng
plnco, and prcssuro is being brought
to bear on Mr. Burton to havo his
committee glvo tho waterways Im
provement tho consideration Its Im
portance should command. Ropro
sontntlvo Rodonburg, of Illinois, ono
of tho arrivals, is enthusiastically in
favor of tho "lukcs-to-tho-gulf" canal
project, whllo n score of otbors nro
declaring that commorco in their
especial districts is suffering bocauso
of lack of transportation facilities.
Tho convention of tho Nationnl
Rlvors and Harbors Congress hero
December 0 and 7. will offor nn op
portunity for tho crystallzatlon of
those domands. and It Is bollovod
that tho federal govornment will bo
arousod to tho necessity for sotting
vigorously to work to remedy tho
noglect of nonrly a half century given
over to tho development of rnllroada
to tho xccluslon of nil rival methods
of trnnspor'tntlon.
o
A Year of lllooil.
Tho year 1903 will long bo ro
mombored In tho homo of P. N.
Tackot, of Alllnneo, Ky., nB a yenr
of blood; which flowed so copiously
from Mr. Racket's lungs that doath
soomod vory near. Ho writes: "So
voro blooding from tho lungB nnd a
frightful cough had brought mo at
death' door, when I bognn taking
Dr. King's New DUicovory for con
sumption, with tho astonishing result
that after taking four bottles I wns
completely restored and as tUno has
provon permanently cvwod." Guar
anteed for Boro lunga, coughs and
colds, at J. C. Perry's drug storo.
Trlco GQo.and J1.00. Trial bottlo
freo.
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Mmlo a Hit.
"13vor boon on tho stngo?" nBked
tho comer grocory egg.
"Sure," nnsworod tho cnbbago, "I
was onco cast for tho vllllan and
nindo a great hit." Chicago Dally
Nowa.
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JgctaUcPreparaUtmforAs
stmilating thcTood andHetfuta
lir theStaaada andboweU of
l?rooteaTsBm.Chetrul
tMMulIkstCoflUIns ndtter
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CASTORIA
For Infanta nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
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CASTORIA
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IN FASHlOiVri kjamU.
8EPARATE LONG COATS INDISPENSA
BLE IN THE tiMART WARDROBE.
A Black Broadcloth n StylUli uiid
Practical Moili-1 for the Womnn of
Modcrutp Mboiih The Old Sawtooth
Trimming Ucvlvcd Hood effect.
Evcrj' well furnished wardrobe this
season must have nt least ono smart,
serviceable long coat that can bo worn
equally well as a separate "wrap for
motoring, traveling and for rainy days.
Another Indispensable garment Is the
evening wrap, which, If wisely select
ed, will also do duty for ninny occa
sions of greater or less social Impor
tance. Tho black broadcloth coat with long,
graceful, flowing lines from shoulder
MODES IN FUR.
p
OAllIUAOri WltAl Ol' ailAY nilOACCfcOTU.
to hem Is n smart nnd prnctlcal model,
especially for the woman of moderate
moans, to whom the possession of
inoro than one separate wrap at u time
is fur from u reality. This woman
buys n coat which not only serves as
a smart accompaniment for her after
noon costume, but likewise Is dressy
enough for evening wear. And It Is lu
tho black garment that she tlnds these
qualities best combined.
Tho skirt of the coat uIho forms a
foundation for effective applications of
braids mid other trimming, the newest
of which Ih witnessed In a rlbbou trim,
mlng known to the older generation of
women as sawtooth trimming. Black
satin ribbon three Inches In width and
edged with a narrow bluck silk
gulmpo described an - effectivo trim
mlng on n garment recently brought
through the customs. Llko tho ma
jority of tile season's coats, the back
was Its newest nud best feuturo, tho
trimming being applied in a circular
movement suggesting en pa Hues.
Another ono of Its points which
aroused somo comment wns tho length.
It could not be said that tho garment
was a three-quarters, and yet not a
seven-eighths, but, rather, n betwixt
nnd between, coming, ns It did, but n
couple of incites below tho knees.
The howl nnd hood effect tiro other
forms of eont trimmings of tho season,
Tho former appears on the rain and
tourists nnd unto coats for service ns
well as effect, with the latter in use
on tho evening models. Sometimes It
BUILT COt SMriHS UXSk
to parrfcd out with shaped band
ttM materia), and again fur, Is ud
with tellluK effect Parlaleunca do aot
Itkq the hood.
Tho carrluso wrap Illustrated Is et
Over gray JbrondcloUi In a graceful
MtMwI sfcape. Tfeo entire guraa It
4oUUl wit Uver brakl, wtk Mm
Kewte ttWer draperkM atul cUw
HHMre tauotttty trinisttd.
V Xiy JMMti MttJ WWfttl U tb tfcHMV
qwurtor wt oc Vtek HrMdchMli, fUm
mw. for ntUcted irtmwimra w4 tar
Mil f Wvt AMY VAHM1M.
Wlnte Ncnrlr n rfmnrt nnd ExpeimlvB
n Snblc.
It Is Intcreptlng ta watch how the
different sorts of fur will bo one year
bo fashionable nud the next quite out
of vogue, nrid In the same way a novel
kind of fur, like enrncnl. for example,
Is when first Introduced too Inexpensive
to be exactly smart, but In n few sea-
l... n,vi, tnr linvntul the HlllltS
I Di.lflii nf nnnran I
of n smnu puree, o.imca, . -'-""' i j
nn.i rhliirlillln can never go out of fa- W
vor. Yet even these exquisite stuns
will be far more popular one winter
than another.
Tills yenr mink Is very neatly as
fashionable as sable Itself, and conse
quently Its price has so advanced as
to be almost on n level with tho truo
sable. Tho dark skins of mink are
Indeed beautiful and worn with n vel
vet or cloth skirt of tho same shade
mnke n most attractive costume. One
mink wrap was made up .In tho em
pire model, the yoke formed of pnrnllel
stripes, whllo In the rest of tho jacket
the Bklus ran horizontally savo for a
deep border all arouud. Tho wrap
fell almost to the knees, so as to bo
really vory warm. Tho high standing
collar wns faced with cream lace, and
there wns a full jabot and sleeve ruf
fles of tho same, the coloring being
tHMMM4,igii8.
if I npTii iM TiiN
Seffiwmnn llHw
wiPi
A stunnx.no abtuakhan coat.
really exquisite. A favorite mcdol
this year Is cut after tho short box
style, and thts length coat Is to be
worn almost altogether for afternoon.
Tills might be cnllcd tho einplro jacket,
for thero Is n little yoko below which
the fur hangs loose to the hips. ' In thlR
stylo of Jacket elbow sleeves still pre
vail, but lu the long wraps, built pro
eminently for, warmth, long sleeves nre
more In favor. On this coirt n little
collar of velvet Is embroidered In old
gold, with a small tie of llngcrlo and
vnlcnclonnes. Among the Inexpensive
fur coats nstrnkhau takes first rank.
The Illustration shows n stunning
model,
For ClirUtiiinn Warkeri,
Now Is tho time to get together pat
terns nnd mnterluls for the fancy work
which is to turn into Christmas gifts.
Tito theater bag for which n design I
given makes a charming llttlo glfl
which nay lie adapted to old or young.
ns It Is cnrrled out in gray, white or
black. It Is embroidered In beads and
spangles.
Uso honvy silk or soft suede and
work Ifi tho dots with heart,? and the
rest of tho pattern In obloug nnd round
spangles. The bag Is made nllko on
both sides and tins n fringe of bends
added to It us a border.
With gray silk uso steel bends nnd
silver spangles: with black uso Jet
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Don't neglect your coughi
3tatistics show that in New York City
alone over 200 people die every week from
consumption.
And most of these consumptives might
be living now if they had not neglected the
warning cough.
You know how quickly Scott's
Emulsion enables you to throw off a
cough or cold.
ALL DRUGGISTS t 50c. AND $1.00.
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KMUllOIOCUEO TUEATZU UAO.
and black spangles, or a dainty and
beautiful bag may be made with white
or yellow silk done In yellow or gold
beads and gold spangles.
Pretty bits of brocade and light
weight bits of furniture tapestry alsc
mako lovely bags by following th
woven pattern in putting on tho bead
work. Thero are little novelty housei
dealing lu the clasps and chalus wbert
the bag may bo lined and mounted and
where the beads and spangles In colon
and sites may be obtained, steel chair
and clasp should bo used for the gray
gilt for the yellow and gun metal foi
tko black, Philadelphia North Arae'ri
can.
Known Uy Their Color.
A white card on a Parlalan Urdltaj
taouso Indicates, that furnished apart
menu aw to let. A yellow card In
forms pedestrians that unfurnlshoO
Yoouis may ba had. Tho object Is tc
wiv paiHMTOfey Um troabltt ot cuel&
tfc tret U tlwy ebsne to be oa tb
t0lte ftU, to pU MM NMk M
tfaty tlMtrt ra mi. adwrtkia.
ST wJtB
THE WI8EST SLVX PUTS HIS iJ
IN IT
uuuu in u ivuim mo suining &
of his wisdom being the pultinj
his foot In a comfort-giving pair
shoos purchasable hem You c
beat our $3.50 shoes nnywhere
this lnnd. For patont leather
Bpoclnl lasts wo charge more, to
sure. Dut you'll get full value
every dollar you Bpend with u
shoo leather.
eeprflrtfT
JACOB VOGT,
Lender in Oootl Shoe Value,'
WANTED
Good, second-hand coofc stoves
Also have a few bargains in
Ranges and cooking stoves left
WATER PIPES
A large quantity of second
hand water pipes, as good as
new at a bargain
. J. N. SHANTZ & CO.
WIFIE
TALKS
SWEETLY
But Thinks "Pa" Had Better
Stay In Jail Until His Jag
Is Worn Off
o. c t. a
-STEAMERS-
Wednesday Telogrnm says.:
Mrs. Mary Docett is n woman
whom tho pollco glvo credit for not
only good common sense, but n lively
appreciation of tho otornnl fitness of
things and the courage of her con
victions. Last night C. M. Docett, her hus
band, was arrested by Policeman O.
Nelson on a chargo of being drunk
and disorderly. Taken to tllo city
prison, ho expressed a desire to l.e
permitted to telephone his wife.
Permission was granted by Captain
Slover. Hero Is tho conversation
that resulted:
"Hello! hello! Is that you, mo
ther?" "Yes."
"Well, this Is me."
"All right. What is it?"
"I hardly know how to begin."
"Why, what's tho trouble, pa?
Where aro you?"
"Well, you see, Mary, I havo been
drinking a little, and or of the30
olllclous cops grabbed me. Ho didn't j
really havo any cause to do anything
of the kind." I
"Drinking, eh? and at the police
station?"
"Yea, Mary."
"Well pa, I guess that's n good;
place for you. You bad better stay
thoro a whllo."
"Mary, please come down and got
mo out won't you?"
"No, pa; you nre old enough to
know bettor. Stay thero until you
are sober and know better than to
disgrace your family."
"Pa" pleaded hard, but in vain.
"The last answer of his wife, gently
but lirmly delivered, was: "Pa. I
think you had better stay there a'
while." "With that she hung up tho !
receiver.
And "pa" stayed there all night,
Today he went homa soberer, it not
la better man.
POMONA AND OREGONA LOl
PORTLAND MONDAY. "iVEPSI
DAY AND FRIDAY AT 10
M., TUE8DAY, THURSDAY j
SATURDAYS AT 0:00 A. M. H
CORVALIS TUESDAY", THl"Bl
AND SATURDAY AUOUT 0 lv
M. P. BALDWIN, jl
The Fashion StabS
Formerly Simnson's BUM
Up-to-date livery and td I
Fune-nl turnouts a specialty. T
ho for picnics and ruralM. H
44. CIIAS. W YANNKE, "
247 nnd 240 High Ftrt
MIIMMMIItlSM(1'
Gold Dust Flog
Made by THE SYDNEY I
IJK COMPANY, Sidney, Orf
Made for'fninlly use. A J
erocr for It. Bran and i'"'
always on hand,
P. B. Wallace
AGENT
W"1
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FIRE!
What a chill this horrlfrj
senda chasing through obm
torn. You win u m
dread apprehension ol
from tni a ai" "'
and the danger of
Appang Loss
of 11
Will be eliminate 1
your offlce, store or
reside8
' -- .ur-
our thermostai ut "
They never fall to wo
always at their post ot
State Agcirt
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