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Ir r- 'r'"- ' " ?s"'-"MT FV T7Vtvtv' DAILY CAW rAL JQUUNAL, 8ALKM, OREGON, MO.VIiAY. DKrKMHKK , JOOrt. I DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL I H. ' ' - jtv iion-iii imos., Publishers iiikI Proprietors. pNIQ jyH ) abel 3 Sl'llHCItlPTION HATES. y Mail. Dally Journal, ono month .... 35c Dally Journal, thrco months ..$1.00 Dally Journal, ono year -00 Weekly Journal, ono year .... 1.00 ly Carrier. Dally Journal, per month .... 50c A OOOI) CITV COUNCIL. Barring mistakes any hotly of pub llr men Ih liable to mako tho pres ont city council litis boon n good one. It has always stood' for A 01 (MAT J-IIl A.NI) 3I0HM PUOOUKSSIVK SA- LMM. It has stood Irmly for stroot Im provements, hotter bridges ami moro electric llnoH. It hatt hand tod those Important matters without any well-sustained charges of corruption. Tho only chargo has hoon from tho Inside, and that Is AN MIIUMTIOX OK FACTIONAL POLITICS. No ono outside tho council has ov er breathed a word against tlio pres ent city council. It haH labored hard and without pay to promote public Improvements, and against groat obstacles. -o- MT TIIM llAIMtOAl) GOKH. Tho story Is being tiubllshud that curtain Portland gnntloinou sold nut tho Illllsboro, Nohalam & Tlllamoolc railroad to Ilarrlmau. Hut Mr. Lytlo Is building tho lino Labor Is omployod.at both ends. AND UB MILKS 1.4 FINISH Kl.' Three million foot of logs aro cut In tho foroHt and tiro being haitlod to the lllllHboro sawmill. Illllsboro and Tillamook people rustled right of way, and bought stock l mako I In- road go. All the mouuy put In has boon. spent for labor on dm road and HILLHIIOIU) NASA NKW PAVItOLL AT A SAWMILL. Ilarrlmau and IMttoulc nro lo ho suud for a merger contract and what not, hut tho r.ond rocs. What Oregon noods is moro man to build railroads, nud loss man who do nothing but rati h- 1 In tliu courts. All tin- uuirijer lawsuits In tho world WILL NOT ntMliU A MIUS OF HAILItOAD. OrPKon needs more construction and lest obstructluu. -- TIIK ICl'OICXK CONlMJItHNCIC. Thc'conforuito of shippers. IhrIs lalors and railroad men that meals In JO u go no. Dei-ember Mh. may mean much to Oregon JVif'Ct in opcuK Inn li'i wtn tho busltuHH men, law mnkiu and trans- mmmmmmmmmmmmm n n n Salt, Rheum Itches, oozes, dries and scales over and over ugam; local amplications do not cure it becauso they cannot remove its cause, which is an impure condition, of the blood. The most obstinate cases have been perfectly and permanently cured by 4 course of Hood's Sarsaparilla the best medicine for salt rheum in all the world. Fur testimonials of remarkable cures end for Book on Salt Rheum, No. 3. C I, Hood Co., Unwell, Mass. MONEY MADE vs. money Saved Id not the uioiioy iiuulo hut the money uveil that provide n fund for tho "i-Hliiy day." Munoy acil makes you lmlo H-nili'iit, enable you to gnup liHxhicoM opportunities mid lays lh foundation for financial ue v. Tiu way lo wivo I to put It in Urn iMiHk thcH Mlint you put In earns morV. In IliU Uttnk UjMTjjyi thmner cMt Merest. roWowNtlttl 6cwl- ,.mimhM)V Ono dojlar Will ofH'n; mtk ACCOM HT. Gafttal Naitoaai BaJc I 5 STYLISH WINTER "' WEARABLES For ap-to-the-miaute styles, cat and patterns of fall and winter stlt3 and overcoats for men we carry In Geo?geots Aay You be the jtfdge; don't take oar word for It Call and Inspect oar superior line of gents' famishing G. W. JOHNSON & CO. SALEM, OREGON portatlon Interests would result In greatest good. If Oregon hud more transooutlnon lal llni'H or railroad TIIK CAIt SIIOHTAOK KVIL WOULD XOT UK HO OUKAT. If Orogon'hnd twice tho population wo now havo, twlco jib mail1 cars would bo oomlni; Into tho stnto. But OroKon Ih ho ImmonBoly pro duutlvo moro poopla AVOUM) VAST- IjV ixcukask riu)i)i:rrs to (jo OUT. Oregon now producoa about four onrioatlB to go out for ouch car load that la brought to Orogon as frolght. Oh tho principle that, you got no attention In audi matters without roglHtorlng a ltlok, tho conforonco WIUU IIKOIKTKK A (JItKAT Itlf.' KICK. It Is lo ho hoped tho IiiirIiiosh men thoro will boo to It that cool, delib erate bunluoBH pollcloH ar purauod. LETTERS ACROSS CONTINENT TirnKucn-osis hospital. TIiIh Htule Ih bului; urgtd to t tabllHh an IiiHtltutlou for traitmout Of COUHUUiptlVOH. It Ih urged In th liiterwt of hu manity, for winiuiry rwiwinu, and HKOATSK OTHHIt STATICS AUK IIOIXCI IT. Would It h good advrtlie uient for Oisjjon to lead In thlt on torpiiiv? 1M u not b too progrM lvf on thin line. No ono haB evr Uen found who could duturmliie what uouBumpUou ! ), or Ih not. qr whnt tuberculosa la. Conahmptlvmi mvtr admit nun thttj- have coiiBinnptlon. THKV XKVKU ItKlilKVK HPT THAT THKV Wll.l, IHUTOVIflt. 'iMuti-it In Bimli n wlit Hoonai of ba llet, and mi many dtrferaut cIiunhni: of tuburculoHla, IhHt fret auu hoa-1 pltnl to trHt tlioia nit would nar to tulin In thouanilda. It la not Ukly th IcflamtuK will i-MMiil tho cr of tho aiat beyond tho Jurlmllctloji.of the Uoweatlr An, mal Pomiiiiaaltui to dml with tuhor-( I'llllMB to cum; .coitU ix oxis day, THk LA3e.VTlVtt UltOMO Qulaino TahltU. UrlKtt rafUHd monay It It falls to cure. Ifl. W. GKQVB'S iiKtuUura on each box. 21c. ' 0 " Appropriate. What quow'iitukiMiHO your broth or haB. It fioumlH llkTlala." "Vog, lhuta It Vuu sm. b's tho blnok aht oT tlio fwnlly." -Chlwf o Daily Xowa i o- ' llolilstor'a Rock) Moimuln Tt purllliw tha blood. BtrMiKlheiw tho nrvoa. rvgulntaa tho bowls, ntils the kldnoyw. euro mowack trouhloH. bulUU up tho nervous foroe anil re palrti tho 111 olTeota of ovr cntliiK. Toa qi Tablota, 88 vents Kor sal4 at Or. SloWa store. O- '' Xotlco of Rstrwjr, Notlaa U horaby glvoq that thft un.1 dorBli;iHHl has takon up ono ?Qrrol muro about six yeam old; woleht abQUt 900 pQumla: whltu atrlpo In' forehead; whll5 right hind footj1 whlto left foro foot; brand 5 clrcla ou right, shoulder; fowtop and tall bobbed oft. Duo notlco has been poatod according to law, and nppralaa meat of valuo made by Juatlco of the Poaeo L. P. Kvaus. of Drooka dis trict, and notice filed with tho coun ty clerk of Marlou county, Noretubor JO, 1906. Ownr ck recarer irop- erO' by IdoHtlfyla utmt aad pylag ciMta m provli4 f kv. U-Ja-Cf Brook, Otoa On train in KaHtern Orogon, Doc. 1. I havo promised tho boys and glrlH who. road Tho Jourunl hoidu loltui-H dosorlblng my trip from tho l'aclllo coiiat to tho Atlantic, n trip that Ih now made In perfect comfort n II vo dayH, when it look tho plon-ooi-h who camo overland II vo months. Our train II low In two mlnutOH nu far au their ox teaniH moved In ono hour. Tho Union Pacific railroad followB tho trails opened by thouo Immi grants In tho forties and flftlofl. .Tho ox-tonm drlvor wuh tho flint transcon tinental engineer. . in tho early evening wo leave the beautiful, blazing, olectrlc-llghtod Portland. N'oxt morning wo aro Hpoedlug through tho Umatilla In dian roaervatlou of KiiHtern Oregon Hy the wide of each frame houso built for tho Indians by tho government, Ih tho topoo tout, with smoke coin ing out of Its pointed top. Tla hnuaea aro frequently uninhabited, but there la always amoke In tho topee. Soon we paaa Hot Lake, where thoro la a amoklug awlmmltiK pool of about llvo acrot), fod by a hot aprliiK. . We croHtiod tho Hluo nioun talua at nu al'tltiido of 120-1 feet. At Huntington wo leave Orogon. cross tho Snake river and ontor Idaho. On au avorago tho train iroe about two Htatoa In 2 1 hours. There la nut aa much to aoo In Idaho aa In OroKon. Hut to think of trnvellng noHrly IIOOO mll4 from oceuu to OaHiu In iv day a, chuugtug cam but once at Chicago. Portland, Oregon, la on tidewater. Shlpa load ror nil ports In tho world thivt have a largo cominero. Wnahtujsion, u, c..1b on thlewnter. From the Willamette to the Potomac (a a big jump. It la a grand panorama to behold from the PutlHinu imluce cur windows, and from the Oregon Short Una and Union Pnolflr- dlulliK car window You eat a meal about SO milea long, and take a SOO-mlle aleep at night. Aa you go xmBt you meet traliw ctnulug woat. They aro filled with homo-teekei-a. aa the ox-team wagon Snlna were (10 eai-H ago. In thde iys men like Vhltmau and (leueral Uiiuo went east to boo tho President , asking that tho Orogon country be mudo part of the United States. To day Governor Cliamherlalii and ten other mon are going to Washington to soeuro appropriations for the great nnvigiible rivers and harbors or one of tho greiitost of American common wonlthH, whluh Is producing an much matorlal that tho ra'llroads now in Oregon cannot haul li out. They nro also going to secure moro railroads. K. UOVItil. .My heart and buna n'uothW'eln lined, lib plea had coino toplato. It'a uvor tlijiB wjlth pjpla withqut pluck and vim. fuko Uoc'ky aionntaln Tea. doii't get loft again. -For aAlo nt Or. Stone's store. l''plalnctl. Hlowlt I'll toll you wlvj- so uishv women dlvoroo their husbauds o late. Kiiowll Well, out with It. "it's the fault of tho exchange tfyutom in (he department store. It has taugkt womou to tako bask (tooda that are aot as Voprescated and they c.'tsH out ot the habit." PfclUdeli&t Pr CAN'T ' MOVE CROP, Car Shortage Stops All Deal ing in Hops and Cuts Hie Price Materially - Aurora. Dec. .1. There aro about 1200 bales of hops nearly 12 enr loads, stored In different wnrohouses here waiting shlpmont on tho South ern Pacific, and no more hops can be bought In this section, ns there Is no place to atoro them. All kinds of business fools tho effect of lack of transportation to move tho 190G hop crop. Lust wook dealers hero had orders for Immediate shipment or about 20 cars or hops, but not a pound could bo sont out, and tho orders were turned down. Promi nent buyers here say tho car short age embargo has had tho cIToct of depreciating the soiling price from one to two conts a pound. Not more than one-third of tho crop has been moved from this district so fur, and the buyeis in this city alono havo had In orders for cars throo months buck for shlpmont of this sonson's crop, but cannot got a car, and there Is no linmedlnto prospect of relief. Some or the dealers tried to ship ft out river points, but the O. It. & X and S, P. huvo refused to tnke any frolght originating nt rlvor points on tho Willamette. A dealor from bore was In Portland last Fri day taking lip tho car shortage with olllclals or tho S. P., but .could get no satisfaction or promlso when tho oinbnrgo would bo relieved. Sum ming the whole situation up, the hop business Is practically at a stand still In tho Aurora district, with no Immediate prospect of rellof. State News Work on tho branch railroad from Pendleton to Pilot Hock has begun. Tho trial of Orlando S. Murray for the murder of Lincoln C. Whitney In Portland has beou sot, tor trial on Monday, December 10. Wearing black masks over their faces, two young moii ontorod tho grocery store conducted by Antone Kuiitson. 11 GO llelmont street. Port laud, at 10 o'clock Saturday night, nud at revolver point hold up tho proprietor, his two clerks and two plumbers, who wore In thu storo to buy. All were lined up about tho walls or tho place, with hands hold high in tho air. A total of $170 and two gold watches woro secured by tho highwaymen. One shot wns flrud when KnuUion attempted to leave by tho roar door. At Its mooting Saturday Kvoulug Star Orange, Patrons of Husbandry, or Multnomah 'county, adopted a committee rftport adverse to the es tablishment ot a Jute mill In the pen Itoutfnry n't Snlem on the grounds that the proposed plnnt Is neither practical nor advisable. In view of th fact that Kivoiilug Star Is the first grange la the state to mako Investigation Into the fncU nud re port adversely on this' question, though other granges have been adopting resolutions favoring It. tho action la significant. Tho upland bird season Is closed, (trims been In that condition for some tlino sii far aa Salem ulmrods are concerned. Albert Healaud, of Sherwood, aged about 80 yours, was run over and out to piocos liy n south bound Southern Pacific trVIn at that place. Thlinkflglvlng ovonlug. He hnd been drinking, and had lain down on the trunk and went to sloop. (llonn Unshoe, deputy United States marshal, Is lying 111 at a hotel lu Pendleton, ns the result ot helns violently kloked by Hextor McCloud. a huir broed, whom ho was trying to arrost. ohargod with taking liquor on tho Pendleton reservation. McClniid Is a bad man, nud Is wanted for mur der committed on this rosorvntiou aUout n yoar ago. and he will now have to answer It. Mrs. Iiura Parks, of Coos Dav. arrived In Portland with her 20-year old husband, Thursday morning, nm' after escorting her to tho woat shU train on whloh she left for McMlnn vllle. ho departed for parts unknown. Ho forwarded a letter to hor ad dress, tolling her of his Intention?, and tho police aro now looking for him. Tho viuegur factory at Medford la closed, and tho machinery will be shipped to Portland or Tacoma, where a or plant will bo establish ed, They cannot get enough, apple pt Medford to kep tke plat foloj. COZY HOM$$ Your home can ho made more comfort able than ever before if vou have a Perfection Oil Heater. You can cany ii about and can quickly make warm and Cozy the rooms and hallwav that the heat from the other stoves or fur nace fails to reach. There is no other heater so handy, so clean and simple as the ?MyAww Ko:;5)Xc:o'. m tt.o::v5i ;: ;o; ! PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) Hundreds of thousands now in use and giving per fect satisfaction. Perfection Oil Heaters, equipped with the smokeless device, are all that the name implies. A trial will convince the most skeptical. Turn the wick as high or low as you can there's no danger. Gives intense heat. Two finishes nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beautifully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 hours. Every heater warranted. If not at your dealer's write to our nearest agency for de scriptive circular. JTV.Skh SSYYIFmI' tnc oe all-roundv mmf JaB household lamp made. Iti light giving power is unexcelled. Kay to operate and absolutely safe. Equipped with latest Improved burner, lirasj throughout and nickel plated. An ornament to any room, whether library, dining-room, parlor, or bed room. Every lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealer's. STANDARD OIL COMPANY A j&SL MJupjHpygiaawvwPCT Pickled Incandescent Light. In n certain Xew York stttte fac tory given over to the inunufncturo or electrical appliances visitors nro or dally occuranco and guides a ne cessity. A guide named Steve took such prldo In tho works thnt ir sur prise and enthusiasm did not always respond to his personally conducted tours ho would promptly Imnglno various things to awalcon what ho bollevod to .be the proper emotions. Ono day, with au unusually uiidoin demonstmtlvo man In town n man seemingly not even Interested in the "roaturos" shown him, while ho paid closo attention to dotails of appar ent Insignificance Stovo bognn on tho subjoct ot tho Incandescent light. "It was discovered puroly by acql dout," ho said. "Mr. Edison sny.t hlmsolf that ho would never havo thought of tho thing If ho hadn't soon sonio lightning playing around a fork that hnd heon left In nu empty pleklo bottlo." Tho visitor looked up rather odd ly at this Information, hut still so qulotly that Stove, to oup Ills ell max, added: "And so was horn "that boon to all mankind, the lucandoecont light." At thnt Instant a passing umployo snught sight or the visitor, and, coming up to him with hand nut strotohod, exclaimed: "If It isn't my old bow! How tiro you,. Mr. Kdlson?" Stovo sat down on the first objoet liandy.nnd. with ids bend In hlfi hands, tried to recall what he had wild and think quickly of some wny out. When ho looked up the "Wizard of Menlo Park" had departed, un douhtedb wUor than when he began his. tour round the facton hut also undouhtedlx considerate of Steve And u fortnight later that gentle man received trom West Orange a book on eloctrlcnl science, "wrlttea down" to Juvenile readers, and on tho fly-loaf, bonoath a sketch of fork In an empty bottle, were wit ton those werds: "And bo was born that boon to all j mankind, the Incandescent light '- Llppincott'u. Cured, Paralysis. W. P. Dnlly.P. 0 True, Texaj wrltes: . "My wlfo hnd been Buffer ing llvo years with paralysis in he' arm, whon I was persuaded to use cured hor nil right. I have also used It Tor old sores, frostbites anl skin eruptions. It does tho work" Sold by D. J. Fry's drug store o O'ood Fellow. "George, denr," said young Mr Murryat, "I got a receipt for a fruir oako today that will keep for yoar." "Oh!" replied tho husband. ought to koop It longer than that "What? " Kaon" It Ion?, r than that." What? Keep a fruit iak. longer nm t IIV, Xo, the recipe. MUla It some- whorQ," -Kxclinnge , : o I.oiijj Tennessee Fight. For 20 yoars "W. L. Raw Is of Bell Tonn.. fought nasal catarrh H wrltee: "Thu swolllng and snrene Inside my noao was feaifi ' "U l gan applying nucklen's nura Sa'f to tho sore surface; thH m.d Boreness and swelling to li-appe never to return " Uet ' l " tstonee; 25c at J. C Prm dBS kHk Huie Wing Sang Co. -M-M-H1I1 IIIWIIIIIHIIIWIIII Nil HUIMHr BIG STOCK OF GOODS SPECIAL SALE All kind-, of Chinese ami Jupnneso Fancy anil Dry Goods, Silks, " kinds of Drew. Goods, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery. MCC (,enis' "d Iisdles FuniisdihiR Goods, Suits, Coats, Pants, Overalls, Shirts, P1D kets, Comforts, Gloves, Hoso Trunks, Mattings. We make up ne,T line of Wrappers, Waists, Whit Underwear. Kimonos for sale- A" kinds of goods nt very low prices. -4V 11.75 Waists, sala $1.25 $2.50 wals,ts. sa,le ...,.,..$2,1)0 $5 50 Silk Waists ,..$4.50 $125 Umbrellas, gala 90e $2.00 Umbrellas, sale ....$1.50 $1.50 Comforters, sale $1.00 20c yard. Lace, sale 12Vc 15c yard Lace, sale ioc $2 00 Heavy Wrappers, sale $1.50 T5e $1.00 Klmouo, salo -0 $1.35 Kimono, sale ' 0 $2.75 Lone Kimono, sale - $5.25 Wool Wrapper. Bal" ' ,e 50c yard Wool Dress Goods . S5c yard Wood Dress Good . 22c yard Heavy Fleece Good' J 13c yard Heavy 50c yd (oc yara shk. saw AH kinds of HoKday Goods at Lowest Prtc CHINESE AND JAPANKE BAZA J4b CoiirtstSakiw, Ortfwi