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1rr"PF7"'W?'V-7' WTMH3 v'PyiiP1 WK- -SWWJWr J. k Wyv.-fJHWillWUi-ai'i. - DAILY CAPITAL JOITXAL, SALTOI. OREGON, TUKSI1AY, AI'RITj 2rt, 1007. 3 7 fffffiSL Kitchen eiggl Comfort Pal I If i ii The combination of hot meals and a cool kitchen has always seemed an impossi- uuuy, yet mis nappy result is olAine wherever there's a New Perfec tion Oil Jove in the kitchen. The blue flame producedAy &e JEW PERFECTION Wicl Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove and best results. The New Perfection is t-js&yt rives qr-"vj -- -- -. . , .-- from it ot"cr ou 5love v-uis iuci UApuusc in two. three fts Every stove warranted. a If not at your wrlte ur nearest agency for descriptive circular. ntn-n n bo uscd " J in any room and is the host .safest all-round house lamp made. Gives a M steady light. Brass throughout and beauti ful nickeled. Equipped with the latest improved brter. Handsome simple satisfactory. Every Wip warranted. Write our nearpat agency if you dnnot get it from your dealer. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (I.'IOOHi'OHA.TKD) different Made in dealer's, i pKET QUOTATIONS Wke Snlcin n Good .Market." Home SALKM MARKET. Stclncr's Market. balers In flsli, enmo nrd poultry. cash prlco paid for eggs, iompt delivery. Stnto street. Load Wholesale Market. Eg 15c. lens 12'ijc; young chickens, He. incks 10c; geeso, 8c; turkoys. C15c Butter 274c; butter fat, 25 c ffheat 05 068c. Local wheat CSc. 0iLs-3Sfr40c. irler J22 0J23. Hour 13.25. Will feed Drnn, 119.00; uhorta. 1.00. il7 Cheat nnd clovor, $7 $8 ton; timothy, $10 per ton. Onions DOcJ) $1.50 per cwt; po mti, 65c per bu. Hops Choice, 10llc; prime to 'Ice. 89c; medium to prime. ', pittlm bark 5Cc. Tropical 1-Viiltn. Bnanas G'c nor lb. Oiangea S2.76ft J3.00. lemons i. 00 $5.00. Retail Market, Pl $1 35 por cwt; wheat, 80c: M barley, $27.50ff28 por ton. W 20c do. Ppplttt S3 00 atter Count ry.20 30c: cream- llS'ida'r. floor Jl r.f-r sack. Iran Top r,fr 8nck. $21.50 p0r Pr Tlicothy, 70co por cwt.; t and r..vr. 50c per cwt.; '. 9oC por cwt. l.lvi'Sforl.- kft Tir, -,,1, 9t.. '-iiiliil!llO lb otoers, hc. aur t'-M3ttG4c, aol Lifers 90001000 lb, fte. ck bos o ;f-Ft, C',c. UNCLE SAM'S HUNTERS The Government Will Guar anty Purity of Meat Products -If Veal Drtgl, sc. fTI.V MARKET. M- .'., 75c; valley, 72c; 'ten, 77c JjJ Choi. . white, 29c. JJfcW-Uran. $17. -Tm-ottv. Ji5 116; alfalfa Jjj-I708.00. 4, 16icc; mUed , y?' 1'-iH5c; dressed chick. ..' turlJ-8. live, 13 0 j 17; 18c; pIgeonB, $1.00 4-Dreaaed, 606c h7 DreM1.56c. -SeiOc lb, according to !. V1,eJ". coarse to medium, JaOregon, U18c Washington, April 23. If tho re ported smuggling of Jnpanose Into this country via tho Mexican or Ca nadian bordorB provos true, It mny result in reopening tho excliiHlon quostlon between this country arid Japan. It 1b declared that largo nuijbors of Japnneiio nro slipping In to tho United States via Mexico, espe cially, and Senator Flint of Califor nia, accompanied by Judgo Morrow, of thnt state, already has paid u visit to tho Whlto Houbo. It Is believed that this Influx of tho Japancso was the subject undor discussion. How over, thcro is a decided lack of unanimity apparent on tho coast with rogard to tho Japuuoso quostlon. According to George W. Simons, n well known contractor of Portland, Oro., who Is horo on business, the fooling against tho "llttlo brown I mon" Is not gonornl on tho coast nnd la not notlconblo In olther Orogon or Washington. Mr. Simons doclarea that tho opposition is confined to tho sUto of California, and Is ontronch od In tho labor unions, which stirred up tho agitation to provont tho com petition thnt tho Asiatics offered. In any ovont, now that tho exclu sion order has issued, tho Prosidout will bo compollod to mako roproson tntlons to Japan if It If proved that tho new law Is being vlolatod. If Cyrus Leland, of Topokn, for mor than a qunrtor of a contury ono of tho Republican loadors of Kansas, Is to bo bollovod, tho delegation from his stato in the noxt Republican na tional convention will be solid for Taft. His prophoey Is based on tho gonorally nocopted understanding that Proeldent Roosevelt has ospoused the cause of the secretary of war, but Mr. Leland hastenr-d to ndd that this fact. In Itself, U not the oniy reason why Kansnn will bo I for Taft. Mr. Taft has made a num ber of visits to Kansas, with tho re BUlt that ho has ninny strong per sonal friends there; In these visits ho has mado It clear that ho stands) for tho progressive policies mapped out by Mr. Roosevelt. Mr. Leland for six yoars was a member of the Republican national committee. Just beforo ho left for homo, Senator Burkett announced that ho favored tho renomlnntlon of Prosldont Roose velt, and gave It as his positive be lief that Nebraska would Insist upon his nccoptlng a third term nnd would send a delegation to the convention of 1908 Instructed to that end. From this It would soom that Presi dent Roosevelt has more or loss of ft mortgage on tho Kansas nnd Nebras ka delegations. Reports continue to pour In con corning tho awful condition of the starving peasants of Russia. Dr. Kennard, commissioner of tho So cloty of Friends, who was sent to in vestigate the situation, has reported from Samara, In tho honrt of tho f amino district, that tho sufforln Is fenrful and that 20,000,000 unfortu nates are facing death. Ho appeals to tho United States and Groat Bri tain to lend tholr powerful aid. Ac cording to Dr. Konnnrd, thoro arc 300,000 small children in Snmnra provlnco who havo no milk, nnd are forced to ent the coarsest bread, com posed lnrgoly of acrons, powdered Vood and cucumbors. Thoro Is no nutrition In this food, whatsoever, and thousands nro dying n fllngcrlng death by starvation, while dlsonso morclfully romoves others more quick ly. Under tho londurshlp of Bishop Potter, n rollof conuulttoo has boon organized In Now York City, with headquarters at 135 Iast 15th stroct, known ns tho Rusninn Famine Rollof Fund. The organization has Inves tigated thoroughly tho condition cxlcltlug In tho stricken provinces of Russia nnd has found thnt $5 will savo a llfo until tho noxt hnrvost, when tho situation will bo nniollor atfd. IJvon tho smnllost contribu tions nro wolcomo from gonorous Americans, nnd Prosidout Roosovolt has most heartily ondorsod tho work thnt Bishop Potter's organization has undertaken. Ono's mind naturally travols back to tho days when fcudnl bamns kopt huntsmen among tholr retainers, when glancing ovor tho payroll of tho Interior dopartmunt. Undo Sam aUo has his huntsmen, and this wook "Win. O. Postel nnd Geo. M. Glover wore assigned to hunt down wolves in tho Wind River division of tho Yullowstono national forest. F. J. Brandonsteln and J. S. Whlt lach havo been ordered to Institute a crusado agnlnst tho wolves in the Saw Tooth national forost in Idaho. Othor men will bo appointed In sec tions of tho country whoro thoy nro noedod. It has beon found that tho most effective manner nf destroying tho wolvos Is to find tholr dens In the early spring, whon, in addition to tho old animals, tho pups nlso may bo surprised and klllod. During tho noxt two months marry wnr will be waged on these euomles of shoep nnJ cnttlo. Unclo Sam herenftor will Kunran toe to tho world tho purity of his meat products. In a circular Issued by tho departmont of agriculture thl week, It was prescribed that nft-r April 15 all portions shipping moat, lard or othor animal substances packed nnd curod boforo October 1, 1900, must first obtain written por mjsslon from tho department, after having submitted absolute proof of tho purity of the food nnd the fact that It had boon proparod without tho use of any prohibited4 preserva tion Tho rallronds transporting such shipments nlso are required to have an allldavlt from tlif shlpp' certlfying that the meat is in good condition and lit for human fool, the allldavlt to bo forwarded lmmdiaU- HMniinHaMnMHMnii BOYS Good Watch iur a u tiling i vm i wwwmwwww This picture Is from a photograph of Harry Bennett, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, who writes: "I earned my watch In less than nn hour. It !s a beauty. Grandpa says it Iwks better and keeps better time than his, (or which he paid ten dollars." 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We will send sample copies of Tint IIomk Maoazink and n letter of instruction, without charge, to any boy who writes for them this month. Address THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPACT? Publishers : INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. ly to tho department here. Because of tho great falling off In interstntos and export tra.de, tho'packers appear to bo welcoming theso rigid rules for tho protection of tho public. Thnt they havo dotormlned on tnklng tho public complotoly Into tholr confi dence by disclosing to thorn the niothods of mnnufneturo nnd prepa ration of animal foodB, Is ovldcncod by tho fact that Natlonnl Packers oxposltlon, to bo hold in Chicago May 1, has boon wldoly ndvortlsoJ and Is to bo nttondod by representa tives of many foreign governments. Tho administration nlso Is lntoresto-1 In thin cloRur relationship botwoon tho mnuufneturors of food supplies and the consumors, nnd Prosldont Roosevelt has ngrood to pross a but ton nt tho Whlto Houbo starting the mnchlnory of tho oxposltlon In Chi cago's big collsaum. fodornl court at this place today, and tho court has boon called to busi ness. Tho grand Jury was charged to look Into tho lottery business which has boon reported to bo In full Hedged working ordor on the Missis sippi rlvor. Tho recrudosconco of lottorlos In tho Mississippi cnlley has quite surprised the authorities, but thoso havo equally surprised tho lottory mon, soma of whom hnve boon caught rod-handed. Tho Mor rlsos, tho lottory kings, say they havj had nothing to do with lottorlos In a number of yonrs, but tho federal au troltlos do not soom to tnko much stouk In tholr donlnlH. Some of tho most Important citizens of tho stnto nro reported Involved In tho bind nesB, nnd will bo Indicted. It It loarnod that a regular drawing by lotteries has taken plnco aboard vobsoIb nnvlgatlng tho Gulf, nnd tha. soino of tho sailors and omcorH have drawn prlzos In cotiBldornblu nurn born, whllo tho manngora of tho lot teries havo drawn ImmoiiBO buiub To Wlpo Out LotterlcN. Blloxl, MIbb., April 23,Judno NilcB called a Biicclal term of tho iilWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWmiWWWWWOiWWiliilllWllliWmWi from tho profltH of tho nofnrloua games. Tho fodornl authorities ox press tho grim determination to root tho whole biifllnoBB out, nnd put tho offendors In prison. Tho MorrUoa havo mado n nroat fortuno In this stylo of swindling, but now claim that tho business wns abandoned Blnco tholr father died, and that it thoro aro lottorlos going on they aro run by othor pnriloB. Ballardd llorchounil Syrup. Immediately rollovos hoarso, croupy cough; oppressed, rattling rnBplnK nnd dlfUcuU bronthlng. Honry O. 8torns, druggist, ShulUburg, Win., wrltos, May 20, 1002: "I havo boon soiling Ballard's Horohound Qyrup for two yonrs, and havo novor bad n preparation that has given bettor satlBfactldn. I notlco that whon I Hull a bottlo thoy como back for moro. I can honestly rocommond It." 2Gct uQc nnd $1.00. Sold by D. J. Fry SAVE GOOD MONEY i . w iThk Month Is the Last Chance to Get the Bargain Rates On the Capital Journal for This Season Save $ i .00 a year on the Daily Capital Journal or save 25c on the Weekly Capital Journal, ancf do it now, By paying up all arrears, you can get the DAILY IN ADVANCE FOR THREE DOLLARS PER YEAR, and the WEEKLY FOR 75c PER YEAR. i BARGAIN RATES Good to APRIL 30. Look ud the tao- on vour oacer and cav wo to the oresent. and then oav in ad- Jvance at $3 per year for the Dally by mail or special delivery, or $5 by carrier. ; elms is a redaction oi 3J per year, and will not be good alter April 30. 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