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DAILY CAPITAL J0UKXAL, SAL
'It! Ha, i -Ul U ht! "Uft nt oi 1 if 'ace c to t: cordf. there. !.; SALOONS CLOSb A 1 MIDNIGHT -ADOCll Indicates That Any OflielSUUUUWiuuB.ii Hi a i nuui :i:r,V'mr - - uc i'epic. The dregs of he population, ho maintains, tnulti Ply rapidly--honco the da ngor ot e- i on foreign countries have largo fumllei and are supplanting the Aug o-Saxtons. He proposes that as privileges ore grantod ... ,. a . , tho man who had three children. an the government should subsidize the parents in whoso homes ollvo-branch-o flourish. He summarizes his con tention in the following werds: To the vast majority of women, KM, OREGON, TVK8HAY, DKCiaillKIt I, 1000. Hereafter, In nccordanco with a nnd especially to thoM ot fine type - nrdinanc - adopted by the city the rearing of rhlldren would l. ti,.' vjbcII la3t epn,nB' a11- of tho sn ,,nost attractive occupation, If it L. in the city of Salem will bo offered economical advantages onnnl ivMuged to close their doors to trnfllc to those, say, ot school-teaching or UrMtaidnlgM. Wltn th0 exception ot service in the poatofflce. At promt oesiues inc wu L nr tbreo cases niitte hotel bar, this now order ot Lmc in present conditions ns all I tbe saloons close their doors nt t aboat mldnlgni out " win wen: MrJshlp on tho threo exceptions tlth have beon iu habit oi keeping I il.t nn1 tlin nrillnnnpA linil IpenlllO'e"1' "'" radically no opposition. A$ originally Introduced, tue uiu It Is Ignored as nn occupation un- reinunerutod, and In no way honored by tho state. Once tho production of healthy, moral and Intelligent citizens Is reerod as a social sorvlco and made tho subject of deliberate praise and oncouragemont on the part ot tho govornmont, It will, wo may be sure, attract tho best and most patriotic ot the citizens. Once set free from tlrt overwhelming L.. ordlnnnco called for closing economic penalties with It Is at pros i .. i. 1 J. ....... A i it. . I - . . tt H 30 o ciock, out it wiu 10 wiu ( cm visueu, me rearing oi a lamiiy rdlnsnco committee which reported may gradually bo rendered part of tbk with tho recommendation that .tho code of the ordinary citizen's te hour of closing mo amended to morality. The natural repulsion to cad tetweon 12 o'ciock, miunignt, interference in marital relations lid 5o'clock a. m., nnd, after some will have free play. The mystic ob Lie dilatory debating ot a half- ligations of which the rellglpus- learted nature, tho amendment was minded feel the force will no longer aide nhd the ordinance adopted nl- be confronted by tho dead wnll of nut unanimously. I economic necessity. To the present . 0 i writer it soonis that only by some Tho Texas "Wonder. Cures all kidney, bladdor State News Portland preachers are making wnr on the nlekle-liwhe-slot ma chines. King Tttll), a longshoreman ot Portland. Is supposed to bt tho tnll 08t lwrson in that cltj, being 23 years old, weighing 211 pounds, and stnnds 6 fet. s Inches lu his stock ings. Mrs. Fannie Marshall, on of tha oldaat pioneers of Oregon, and for rs ownar of the Silver Lake ho tel, at Sllvtr Uk. Orison, died Sunday. Mm. C. 0. Paullnfa, wtt ot a Portland conductor, was killed In a runaway at Uoldandal, Wash.. Mon day. A hone worth $1R0, owntd by Hancock & Gordon, Forest Grove liv ery men, wag killed by falling over nn embnnkment near the Hnluod power plant Sunday. Conch IJesdos, ot tlu U. of O., and Coach Xorcross. of the 0. A. C. toam, will both play with the Seattle toam against Multnomah In the ChrlBtmns game. The Southern Pacific Is surveying for tho now lullroad on tho wost side of Coos bny. ' John Anderson, of Marshfleld, wns fined $75 Saturday for catching sal mon out of season. j A numbor ot prominent Oregon City young man are going to form i an athletic, social and Utoiary club, In which no drlnkln. or gambling ' will be allowed. v A handsome throo-story building will b'i erected In Oregon City In COOL WEATHER The weather now suggests a nice fall tti, and overcoat. We have them In all of the new styles and models. PRICES $J0.00 TO $25.00 Heavy weight underwear tn wool or cottony two-piece or union suits. 50c to $6.00 Pet Garment JK"F Copyright IK The H efKO(fAhtmr I Salem 136 Commercial St. Woolen Mill Store Salem, Oregon and 'such "sharp turn' In tho way of our .connection with the St. John's un denting with those problems ran we rochlnl and high school, which will ihtumatlc troublo; sold by all drug- nvold race deterioration, If not met klsti, or two monthB' troatmont by suicide." aill for $1. Dr. B. W. Hall, 2326 c pilre atroet, St. Louis, Mo. Send Henmrknble Cure. lor testimonials, com uy oiuuva ... . nffl,toil ,..,,,. ...,.. bras atore. ltoco Suicide In Kngliuid. The Kngltsh peoplo uro tlirout- roed In Great Drltlan by either phys- cal degeneration or rnco Bitlcljle, ays Sidney Webb, tho London pub- fclst and professor of political econ- ;my Ho treats tho matter, In tho landon Times, from n purely eco- aomlc standpoint. People will not Marry because they cannot afford It, nd the burden of roaring and edu cating children to those wild are harried Is too great to bo borno. The konsequence Is n diminishing birth uw-ur ica wrUog K(K c Nudi IownVne( ' Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about up ' crutchos and sufforlng a deaf of pain. I was lnducod to try Unllard's Snow Liniment, which relieved mo. be named the McLoughlln Institute of learning, In honor ot Dr. John .McLoughlln. Outwits the Surgeon. A complication of foinalo troubles, with catarrh ot the stomach nnd bowols, hnd reduced Mrs. Thomas S. Austin, of Lonvonworth, lnd., to auch a deplorable condition, that hor doc tor ndvlsed an operation; blither hits To Be Sure We Have Other nnd cheaper brands of cot eon and teas but for full vnluo ro-( colved, delightful flavor nnd refresh-1 Ing offect wo gunrantoo llnkor's j HOLIDAY IDEAS IN PLENTY! i "I usod threo COc bottlos. It Is band fonrlng fatal rosultB, postponed I the grontost liniment I over usert;jti,8 to try Hlectrlc lllttors; and to have rocommondod It to n number u,0 amazemont of all who know hor, ot porsons; all express thomsolvos n! this medlclno completely cured hor. bolug btneflttel by It. 1 now walk without crutches, able to parform a groat deal of light labor on the farm." 2fic, r,Oc and 51.00. Sold by 1). i Kiy's drug store. Ciunrnntcod cure for torpid kidney dlsoaso, biliousness, dlnce, chills nnd fevor, goneral de bility, nervousness nnd blood polsjn Iuk. Heat tonic made. Price 50 at J. C. Perry's drug store. Try It. BARRINGTON HALL COFPEE To bo the best blouded Mocha nnd Java coffee In tho market. Once tried you will bo satisfied with no other brand. NVe nUo enrry n full Hue of LIpton'B cholco grades cf llvor, ' tm. Jnun- H. M. Branson 432 State st. Our stock Is larger than over, more vnrlod in assortment All now Ideas In Christmas Jewelry. Your inspection Mill meet with approval Is certain. Thoy hnvo won the approval ot many gltl-buyera already, that tho numbor of selections nnd lald-nway goods U throo tlmoa that of any former Chrlsttnns nt this early dnte. Como while tho day Is young, nnd tho crowds aro not yet denso, nnd satisfy yoursolt that nil you hoar about Hlngcs's atook Is within tho limit ot (acts. Wo hnvo a dozon or so Diamond lUng nt the old price. Our Wnlch stock Is more complete than over. Tho prnotlcnl knowlodgo nnd care ful Inspection of movomonts and patterns In eiuea places us In first plnce, when It comes to watches. Nino nlrendy laid awny for Christ; mas. Rings, brooches carrlnns, chains, lockets, chnrms, cijt-Biaw, sterling sllvorwnro Dracclcls. Signet Rings. Gold Handled UmhreKas. ENGRAVING TREE t mMiimmMA i t?MkAjiafctMat4atUMlnfewMWVVVVvvj, $! aaVP ca&IP j--. nrif'SIW&J" WM :'"9 H jfcP1 ." y mt j,SsHUBaBBBBBaa 3C!H mat -IbbbbbbSH r aaaaaWaaaMaaBTrafffil fk3 -LaBBaaBai ' ' ' BaBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBaaBBBaGBatllr hXSSSiOilWL ' HH The Jumoo 5tump CHAS. H. HINGES Jeweler and Graduate Optician Only Jewelry Store on Commercial Street. Next door south Capital Bank. Easy to find IMMMHMHHMNMHMM HkMtlnx U luting pujoyed hi Klam ath Kails Friday nine little children wvm trtwl to an le-cold bath, having aknutl too far out on th U-v. John McKay, of Klamath Kails, was fuuud dwd In Ul bad on his raitth nar tlmt plaw KriUy, having dlfd of bwirt fnllur. VllllllllllH-WHIIIlMM-44..! 1 1 I I I Puller i)lMM"IIIIMI'l"H4- mm-H-HiniiiiiiniHt-t- SCslow cannot Up over caSi.y, hcav, base; ..; telescope sweep. bClS IOW, tuiuiu i nrrfinarv OU crS. .... ik nmvpr: one-naw me v ' tour limes ui a - STOVER GAS ENGINES THE BEST - !; SIMPLEST. BEST MADE ! aaf ,J aaTaBBBBBBBBBaTv I MM I M r JJP ,-niBffftayaaaw kJ Wld laaw jJaawSSRBBaaUaffat A Full Line of Buggies Robes and whips. For fhc i balance of the year will i lake in exchange your ok! rigs as part payment. In- f staHment plan if you like. F. F. CARY Manager Salem Brandi Ili-ait I'iiilttrilng, UHdlgti food and gfl lu th atomacb. loeat! Jwt . htlow tht himrt, nmtm a8alut It and onus hrart imlpllntlou. Whan your haart troublMi you Ih tkat war taka liar- bliiH for a fw day. Yon will soon l all right. 0e a boltlf 8oUI I I) J. Kry'a drug tor Bargains Soma n lots on Asylum uvonuo flora u to itai. Mm lou cm ClieiHwkwta and Court streets. lliM ami fftur Iota S I4b9fty, $000, en IdttallmMiU !loi Mid )t Mill aad TanUMb, $400 IOmmm aad Ki llaUvlw and Twen ty first. HOfl. y Utft'U. 1 .n.i ta Ituttvtew and Tweu- irKo&. ow Twity-ond and Mill l ob M HUlMBth and Mill. num riMul 9-pwjih hoiuf, 2 fine lota. Twtrflcst sd Cli"ekla. n wnaA 9-roora he. A fin lots Twat-firH awi Okemsketa, Kor rle A Utm. and for cldiii. a4kiM. life d nr lMr aar... at fr any busluwi in my Uno, R, R. Ryan (46 State SL Pretty Chilly, Eh? ()ni of IIidmj hllt'grde Jer cy HniNtten Mill add liiutit (0 )oui coiufort Ihrto brltk, fnxty inoniliigs, ami iwy sv )ou a doctor's MIL All lr and rotor at $2, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75 WATT SHIPP New Crop Beans I 4 !i. Hum boans 3 t lbs small white baaus . -ti" 7 na ptak bwna .... I His Iluyo Uau ' lbs Una boons " - S3.-- -St Fresh Today Pure country-malc sausage. Pork tenderloins and spare ribs. 10 lbs. Merred Sweets 25c Moir Grocery Company A 1 1 I 4v JtH-"W ' minimum ""IMIIIIW"" BKSi ttlfe-A, n --' '' .