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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1007.
,.,, - oiiibv S Afllipillll C!maMi ! rrft1 n" "i-niuiH mi-uuui. it you are in poor f VPP. kjill health, weak, pale, nervous, ask your doctor ' about taking this non-alcoholic tonic end altera- 4 4 1 Mve icozo Get the BARGAIN J)FFER of 2 5 Per Cent Up to May 1,1907 tn but not Including May 1st, 1 lu' . ,. mi.,. UULU iui uu fa Capital Journal, per year uy El or special delivery, 53.00. Ln rate on Wcokly Capital Ui, per year, 75 cents, In ad- rt All arrearages on vuuiwy I be paid up at $1.00 per year. J IT TO, BUT NOT INCLUDING ir 1st. tllr, by carrier, ?&.uu per year, ivance. Regular raiea oy car- 16 00 per year. Rato for an . In subscription to Dally Jour- ! i.0O a year by mall or special Irtrr. l.OO-Savc ft 1MB Dollar 91.00 . o Sprinkle or Oil? il. liimlnnoa o(tnn(fl ,' ", i.n.llv for bo early In PECIAL ..." ,t nil nrn rlnmorlnir forlstnko had previously been offered for It'ilSUUi "" " I . .. i..i,in- nn in wnrt lueei "i'""1"-' o- alas, nobody wants to oporato a rtaWer this year for somo reason lanothcr. Tho proposition is get- to to a serious on, nnd some- fcj must bo dono very soon, why kali not tho tlmo to begin tho era FrtrMt oMng In Salem? It 1b tho lit season of tho year, and tho libit with tho sprinkling proposl- lecms to point this out as tho tort u no time to login oiling. -o HammcrMcin Goes to Europe. New York, April 23. Abraham dnr, tho Polish basse, who hna lit, la tho French opora house, li lastcst engagement announced OKar Ilnmmcrsteln's company, feleh Is to present French opera nlquo next year nt tho Manhattan house. Hammcrstoln sailed Europo today. Ho said: "I shall bring over tho scono pnlnt- i of tho Opera Coinln.no In Pnrls, I they will work all summer dupll- fclag tho Paris settings of 'Loulso,' "ellcis ct Mcllsnnde,' nnd 'Manon,' bill engage other Fronch singers Jle- there and probably a Fronch sj8 C3!!nKrr and a French con ifer No expense will be snarod cilo th i .inlquo sonson a auc-i , I shall Rive 'Louisas' at least I timej, and I nm suro It will bo a Nt s;- '3 " It Is taM that tho publisher of b!i ' r fu- d to soil tho Amorl- srlgt'i tr. ,s at least ton por- (raascj w, ,p cuarantood. nnd that dtcanilcd $uo n porformanco. If Hann Vt( III hna nnnnnnpm) li!iJSsKSKSSS ... ,VN o Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which has hecu uso lor over 30 years, - nnd hns hecn mndo under his per- i&- xnnnl Kiinm-vlsiim nlnon itx InfiuiCY. SLsjUttZ- ' t '''vvtfn. Allntvun AU Counterfeit, Imitations nnd" Just-ns-rood"nr bub Experiments thnt trifle with nml emlniifrer tho heoi of "uauto nnd Cilidicn Experlenco n,-jnlnst Export . &uU What is CASTORIA Castori.. ts a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pnro Korlc, Drops itnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It wiitulns neither Opiiun, Morphine nor other Narcotic hsUuico, Its oko Is itH guarantee. It destroys Worms Yd allays Feverlshncss. It ciurcs Dinrrhoiii nnd Wind -olIe, It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constlpatlou J Flatulency. It nsslinllntes tho Food, regulates tho U.mahnnd Kowels, glilntr healthy and natural bleep. ' C hlldrcu's Panacea- Tho Mother's Friend. .VNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the n-u w(4 The Kind You Me Always BougM In Ue For Over 30 Years.. VMMmMMWUf.nwHMurmMr. hmmmwt. , iou,jriT s oarsapanua nas eeen IPAA ffAm at A 11 f I .. . I.. .. innu a ..f r id. i ." ue uas a better medicine, take his. best, always. This Is our advice wnniTtnoiwriiii W publish the formal, of nil our Preparation,. J. O. Ajar Co., that all his subscribers had reserved their seats for next season. Encampment of the Grand Army. Dallas, Tex.. April 23. The- nn nual state encampment of the Grand Army of tho Republic, and tho Wom an's Relief Corps, convened in this city, and will continue its meeting until and Including tomorrow. The annual camp fire will ho hold tonight on tho fair grounds. Distinguished Bpeakers nro hero from tho entire bounds of old Texas, and besides, numbers from other states. Excur sion rates on tho railroads enabled thousands to como who otherwlso could not have come, and tho attend ance Is thoreforo remarkably largo. Whooping Cough. I havo usod Chamberlain Cough Romedy In my family In cases of whooping cough, and want to toll you that It is tho beat medlclno I havo ovor used. W. P. Gaston, Pasco, Ga. This romedy is safo and Buro. For Bnlo at Dr. Stono's drug store . o . Park Brew Stakes for Puccrs. Providcnco, R. I., April 23. En tries for tho great pacor raco for Park Drew 8kc8 closed today. . The pacors nrouiiu mo s.iu ninrK. Area ... . . . turo of tho event is tho fnct that tho ontranco fco will bo on tho hnndlcap plan, according to tho records of tho horses. Tho slower tho record the less tho owner hns to pay. Tho Park Drew stakes amount to $5000, nnd nro for tho free-for-all pacing class when .tho grand circuit meeting is held hero this Honson. x o Don't Put orr For tomorrow what you can do to day. If you put oft buying n bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment, whon thnt pain comes you won't havo any, buy a bottlo today. A posltlvo cur: for Rheumatism, DurnB, Cuts, Sprains, Contracted Muscles, etc. T. S. Grnham, Prnlrlo Grove, Ark., writes: "I wish to thank you for tho good results I received from Snow Liniment. It positively cured mo of Rheumatism after othors had failed." Sold by D. J. Fry. o Mollody vs. Mlko Twin. Lob Angolos, Cal., April 23. Mel lody and Mlko Twin Sullivan nro here to light for tho woltorwolght cham pionship tonight. Thoro Is n big crowd. o Tho Texna Wonrtcr. Cures all kldnoy, bladdor and rhoumatio troublo; sold by all drug gists, or two months' treatment by mall for $1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2020 Ollvo street, St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold by Stono's drug store. dw-lyr I 1 r A has horno tho slpfimtnro or nii fmlnnnlvn vnil ill tlllft. Signature of 4-H-H-H-t-S IlliniliHlllll'' DIRECTORY HllllllilHI Mfl I 8 H IH-HH Delegation lu Congress. Sonator Chas. W. Fulton, Astoria. Senator Jonathan Dournc, Jr., Portland. Representative W. C. Ilawley, Sa eom. Ropresontatlvo W. R. Ellis, Pendle ton. Stnto Otllclnls. Governor, Gcorgo B. Chamborlnln. Sorotary of State, Frank V. Don son. Stnto Treasurer, George A. Steclo. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, J. H. .Ackorman. Attorney General, A. M. Crawford. Stato Printor, W. S. Dunlway. Stnto Labor Commissioner, O. P Hoff. Stipiviuu Court. Chief Justice, Robort S. Bean. Assoclato Justice, Frank A. Mooro. Associate Justice, Robort Enktn. Commissioners, W. T. Slntor, V. R. King. Clerk, J. J. Murphy. Reporter, R. G. Morrow. Dniliff, P. II. Raymond. Circuit Judges, Geo. II. Burnett, Snlom; William Galloway, McMlnn vlllo. District Attornoy, John II. Mo Nary, Snlom. 'other State Otllclnls. J. W. Balloy, Food and Dairy Com missioner, Portland. J. W. Baker, Gamo and Forostry warden, Cottago Grove. Robt. C. Yenny, Stnto Health Ofll cer, Portland. J. 11. Lewis, Stnto Engineer, Sa lem. E. Gllllnghnm, Stato Librarian, Sa lom. II. G. Van Duboii, Stato Fish Com missioner, Astoria. Chas. V. Galloway, Stato Land Agont, Salem, W. V. Eldor, Commnndor Soldlors' Home, Rosohurg. Marlon County Olllclnls. John H. Scott, County and Probnto Judge. R. D. Allon, Clerk of Courts. W. J. Culver, Shorlff. W. Y. Richardson, Tronsuror. E. T. Moorcs, Superintendent of Schools. F. J. Rice, Assessor. B. B. Derrick, Jr.,' Survoyor. J. C. Ncodhnm, V. II. Goulot, Com misslonors. A. M. Clough, Coronor. D. G. Dragor, Recordor. Snlom City Olllclals. Goo. F. Rodgors, Mayor. W. A. Mooros, Recordor1 and Polico J ud go. D. W. Gibson, Marshal and Chiot of Police Frank Morodlth, City TronBiiror. A. O. Condlt, City Attornoy. Jns. W. Martin, Stroot CommlB slonor. Mark Snvago, Chief Flro Depart mont. W. C. Smith, Hoalth Ofllcor. City .Standing Committee. Ways and Moans Jacob, Waldo, Churchill. Ordlnancos Groonbnum, Low, Goodc. Accounts nnd Currant Exponaos Churchill, Radcllff, Bnyno. Stroots Downing, Stockton, Stolz. Public Buildings Stockton, Stolz, Gcsnor. Seworngo, Stolz, Jacob, Low. Plumbing Frasor, Downing, Gcs nor. Flro and Wator Low, Radollff, Goode. Bridgos Gosnor, Churchill, Fras or. Hoalth' and Polico Haas, Jacob Waldo. Lights Goodo, Haas, Groonbaum. Printing Radcllff, Haas, Frasor. Public Parks Bayno, Groonbaum, Stockton. Hoard of Education. W. II. Byrd, Chairman. A. A. Leo, II. C. Eploy, E. M Crolsan, Directors. H. A. Johnson, Jr., Clark. J. M. Powers, City Supt. SchooU. o ItliiHiinutic 1'hIiih. I hav boon a very groat sufferer from tho dreadful dlsoaso, rhoutna tisnrffor a iunrbor of years. I havo triod many modlclnos "but never got much rellof from any of them until two years sgo, whon I bought a bot tlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I found rellof before I had used all of one bottle, but kept on applying It and soon felt llko a different wom an. Through my advice many of my friends have tried It and can tell you how wonderfully it has worked. Mrs. Sarah A. Colo, 140 8. New St, Dover, Del. Chamberlain's Pala Balm is a Liniment. The relief from pain which It affords la alono worth many time Its cost. It make rMt and slfefp poible. For sale at Dr. atoue's drug atora. Womon Who Woar Well. It I astonishing how great a chnngo k fow years of married llfo often mako In tho appoaranco and disposition of mauy women. Tho freshness, tho charm, tho brllllanco vnnlsh llko tho bloom from a poach which Is rudely handled. Tho matron Is only a dim shadow, a faint echo of tho charming maiden. There nra two reasons for this chango, Iguoranco and neglect. Few young womon opprcciata tho shock to thu system through the change, which comes with marrlago and motherhood. Many neglect to deal with tho unpleasant jielvlo drains and weak iicsses which too often como with mar riage and motho-hood, not understanding that this seerot drain Is robbing tho check of Its freshness and tho form of ts fairness. As surely as tho general health suffer when thoro Isdebmgeinontof tho health of tho dcllcato wotnohijorBans, so surely whertheso organs jmSotabllshcd In hoallh tlioToco niVhvMOHro witness tothoTactlnnMiftd comelrno Nearly 5, million women hava found health and bapplnps In tho no of Dr. Pleree'i Fn vorito l're'cnptton. Itmakns weak wom on strong and sick womon well. Ingredi ents on label contains no alcohol or harmful habit -forming drugs. Made wholly of thoso native, American, mod'"' Inal roots most highly recommended by leading medical authorities of all tho wv Dral schools of praetlco for tho euro ol woman's pecullnr ailments. For nuwln mothers.or for thoso broken down In health by too frequent bearing of children, also for tho expectant mothers, to prepare tho system for tho coining of baby and making its advent easy nnd almost naltil ss, there is no medlclno quitn so good as "Favorlto Proscription. It can do no harm In any condition of tho ystcm. It Is a most potent Invigorating tonic and strengthening nervlno nicely adapted to woman's dcllcato system by a physician of largo experience In tho treat ment of woman's peculiar ailments. Dr. 1'lerco may bo consulted by lettet frro of ohnrii. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, UulTulo. N Y. FOB BAIiB Canary for Snlo Ono flno 2-yonr-old Blngcr, St. Andresburg Rollor. Parents imported. PrlcoG. No. 735 Forry stroot. 4-20-3t For Sale GO hoad of goats, mixed, or will let on shnros. Also aovor nl good JcrHcy cows, giving milk, hrod to prlzo winning Joraoy bull nt 190C stnto fair. W. J. Crawford, Zena, Polk county. PJiono Farm er 28. 4-20-Ct For Hnlc Woll broko 3-yonr-old Holmdol colt. Inqulro of Perry Wright nt woolen mills. 4-20-3t For Sli! Good horBO, weight about 1200 pounds, woll broko slnglo or double A snap If takon at onco. Phono 232 or cnll at 801 South 12th Btroot. 4-10-3t Household (JowIh For Hale Inquire? at 1G28 Asylum avenuo botwoon G:30 nnd 8:00 p. m. this wook, 4-22-3t For Sale Thirty-four ncres of lnnd adjoining fnlr grounds, 10 ncrorf onst of rond, all In cultivation, all kinds of Hinnll fruits, 2000 houso, outhouses, otc; 24 ncros west of roud, 9 ncros in hops, small Im provements. Will boII all togothor or In part. Prico for all, fGSOO. Son or address C. W. Yannko nt Fuuhlon Stablos, Salem, Oregon. 4-22-lw. For Halo House nnd lot on 14th nnd Chomokotn etrcots, nlBo duo ncro ngo trncts within tho city limits. Call at 120G Chomokotn St. Phono 540. 4-22-31 11! Acres Flno soil, half tlmbor, half cultivation, l'j miles from Snlom, flno unobstructnblo vlow of Salem, river, mountains, otc. En tiroly cnclosod with now vlre fouco, Houbo and barn old. Ap ples, pears, plums, prunes, peach es, chorrlcs, borrlos full bearing. This In for you, Mr. Bnrguin Hunt er. Call on or wrlto to "11.," caro Journal. 4-19-rad-lw For Hale Good cow, fresh. AIbo good family horse, at a bargain, if takon nt onco. T. D. Jonos 2274 Stato Btroot. 4-18-lw For Bnlo Salom-Indepondonco-Mon-mouth stago line, fully oqulppod. Inqulro of Capital Commission Company, Salem, 4-5-tf For Halo 233 ncros, 150 undor plaw, bulanco tlmbor 3S per aero; 151 acres, good houso, burn and windmill, host farm In valloy, $10, 000; 21 ncros, good house, barn, 0 long by 100 foet wide, $3500; 80 cows; 10 ncros, wagon, buggy, all tho farm Implements and houso furniture; 21 acres near town on tho Island, good G-rootn houso and barn, $0000; big lot 200 foot ling by 100 feet wldo, $3500; 80 acres 3 miles south of town nearly all In grain, $05 per acre; 8 acres 2 miles wost of town with houso nd barn, $800; 90 acros, 12 miles ast of Salem, $40 por sere; l4 acres, good house and barn, $850; lucre with five room houso and bars, $700; C acres with good G room house and bard, $1000; 4 acre with good houso and wind mill ia tows, $2200; 4 acres with houso asd bars la Uwn, $2600; also trem 29 te 80 good housea from f (66 te $4666. For sala hf J. O. SckMltx, 747 South Twelfth St. gale. 4-1-lw. irtieiigiti44H44&t44ieitgiggiitwi I CLASSIFIED - FfrfrHt4ttgBrI - For Sale. A flvo and a six-room houso, with from ono to ulx lots with each, woll located In East Salem. Good bargains. Isaiah Schouoflold, 21st nnd Marlon Sts Onlora. 1-28-tf FOR RENT s. For Rent -Sovon-room houso, 1345 Court street. Modern Improve ments, water furnished. Will lenso for from oni to tour yoars Inqulro at 2000 East Stnto street. 4 -20-lwk For Rent Houso and four lots, gar don nud barn. All kinds of fruit. Apply at 345 Union stroot. Phono 591. 4-4-tf For Rent Sovon-room houso, hot nnd cold water, olectrlo light, bath room. Inqulro of Aug. Schrolb or, SGO North High Btroot. 3-25-tf For Rent Throo fournlshcd rooms for light hoiiBokooplug, bath and phono. Enqulro 480 N. Llborty. Phono 1403. 4-22-3t For Rout Good houso nnd bnrn with about nu aero of ground. Plonty of frlut and borrles. In qulro at 1528 Asylum nvonuo bo tween 5:30 nnd 8:00 p. m. this wook, or telephone to MIbs Can ovor nt tho stato printing oillco. 4-22-3t DRAYMEN. Cummins llros.' Transfer Compnny All kinds of trnnofor work dono. Furniture nnd pianos boxed rondy for Bhlpmont. Prompt Borvlco 1b our motto. Stand nnd ofllco at 253 South Commorcinl Btroot. Phono 210. Rosldonco Phono 908. MUSICAL. ariinir von iieMscn leacaor o nno; touch, tochnlch, interpreta tion. Thorough preparatory course Advanced Btudonts propnrod for publlo nppoaranco. Roaldonco 058 Contor St. Tel. Mnln 520. 2-28-tf. SABII AND DOOS FACTORIES. Frank M. Brown. Manufacturer ot sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of houio finish and hard wood work Front stroot, hot. State and Oonrt SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFIOB OITY HATjL. For water serrlno npply at office Bills payable monthly la advaae Mnko all complaints at tho oflle. vTantud. hiutotl To borrow $1000 on the best of ronl eatato security. Ap ply to "J. P.," caro Journnl oillco, 4-20-tf Wiuitoil A good, rollnblu boy to cloau up nnd mnko himself gonor nl'y iiBoful. Call at C. II. Hlngos' Jowolry Btoro. 4-20-3t HlglioHt Cash Prico Pnld for chick oiib nt Willamette Ilotol. 4-19-tf -J IiOST. Imt. Envolopu containing a ton dollar bill, In Salem April 18. Find er lonvo at Journnl ofllco and se cure reward. 4-20-3t" Lout Black, part spnnlol dog. An swora to namo of "Don." Roturn to E. Hofer, South Salem. 4-17-tf Wmitetl. Woman would llko to do family washing. Addross "H.," caro Journal. 4-223t Wttiiti-J Practical planor man tj run planor In a sawmill. Enquire Hoovor Lumbor Co., Dotrolt, Or. 4-22-3t Wanted At Hotol Snlom, man or hoy, with oxporlonco, for ofllco work. 4-22-3t PLUMBER. Theo. M, Jlurr Plumbing, hot watr and stoam hoatlng and tinning 104 Comrnorclal street. Phoai Main 102. 9-1-ly M. J, retzel Plutnblog, ateam aal gas flttiog. 8uceMor to Knox 1 Murphy, 220 Commercial itret 'Phono Main 17. IWflKK. Forotent of AmerlcM Court Bhvr- wood Forestors, No. 19. Meets Tuesday in Hurst hull, State street Leo Abblo, C. R.; A. L. Brows, F. S. Central Ilgo No. 1H, K. of P. Castle Hall in Holmaa block, cor aer State and Liberty streets. Tuesday of each week at 7:20 p. m. Oscar Johnson, O. C; E. II. Aadersoa, K. ol X. aui 8. DEPARTMENT )ltllH - llStC(liHia$W Modem Woodmen of America Ore gon Codnr Cnmp No. 5240. Meet ovory Thursday ovonlng at S o'clock in Holmnn hall. Y. W. Hill, V. C; F. A. Tumor, Clork. Woodmen of World Moot ovory Fri day night at 7:30, In Holman hall. J. A. Dtokoy, O. S.; P. L. Frazler, Clork. Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, hccJ dont and ponslon luaurancoj $2, 000,000 pledged; ovory claim pah! Good agonts wanted. J. H. O. Montgomery, supremo orgnnizor,. Box 432 Snlom, Oregon. R. R. Ryan, socrootary, 546 Stato street. MISCELLANEOUS. Carpets Clennod Flno volvot, Brus sels nnd Ingrained carpots elennod. Just as they nro on tho floor. All spots nnd dirt romovod. Work gunrnntod. W, R. Speece, 142 Court stroot, phono 1474. 4-20-lw 1'rrHslng Parlors Pressing, clean ing, ropnirlng and dressmaking dono by Mrs. E. W. Jnmos 464 Court stroot. Phono 477. 4-4-lmo DrosHiiiaklng Plain or fancy dress making dono by Portland lady ot oxporlonco. Mrs. A. N. Muusey, 350 Sovontoonth stroot. Phone 1171. 4-3-lmo. Your Stepmother-la bUU horo b.usy no ovor cleaning, dyolng, prosslnc nrd repairing nnythlng from A. pair of glovo to tho most olaboraU Bilk gown. Goods called for and returned. MrB. C. II. Walker, 221 South Commorcinl Btroot. Phone 1245. 4-1-lm Piano Tuner L. L. Woods, piano ef port tuning, ropnirlng and polish ing, Lonvo ordora at Goo. O. Wills music Btoro, Salem. 2- 9-lyr Concrete Work. Oct my prices oa sldowalks, curbB, eoptlo tanks and comont work of any kind. All work guaranteed first-class. M. Ward, Highland add. Phone 569. 2-11-tf Ilutto H Wenderoth Fine wines, liquorB nnd cigars. We handle the colobratod Kellogg nnd Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly on drough. South Commercial street 9-3-lyr flalem Iron Work. Founders, Bta ehlnlsta and blacksmiths. Manu facturora of all kinds ot sawmill mnchlnory. Hop and fruit drylag stoves, etc, Manufacturora of the Salem Iron Works Hop Prow. Kaleiii Box iVi Lumber Co. Ho moved from South Salem to 14th stroot, near tho S. P. dopot. Boxes, Berry Crates, Fruit Trays and Porfoctlon Fruit Evaporators. Phone 201, i .-,.. - .., . .. PURE FOOD LAW How many pooplo nro thoro among you who know what it monnsT'Tf an nrtlolo Is pure, tho manufacturers nro moro than pleased to say it ou tho lahols of tholr goods and In tholr advertising. If thoy woro adultor attd, thoy will say nothlug until forood to by law. Again, many deal era will ordor tho adulterated goods because hoy can mako moro proftc ou thorn than is posslblo to do on wholOBomo, puro foods. So, it you get pure food, you will havo to se lect the brand nnd insist on gottlng It from your donlor or send to the manufneturor for your supply. ALLE.VH BELIMUHI.VO BOSTON BROWN IIHEAD FIX)UH 1H PURE t ALLIt.VH HEMMtlHINO 51-R PAN CAKE FfOUIt 18 PURE. For snlo by all first olasa grocors. If yours does uot havo it, wrlto to us, ALLEN'S B.B.B FLOUR CO. Pacific Coast Factory, San Joso, Cal Eastor Factory, Llttlo Wolf Falls, Manawa, Wis. The Fashion Stables Up-te-4ate liver a efc Mae, Faaeral tnwHt a eelaMy. Tally ae tot pieU ti exearsUM, Pa 44. OHAJf. W. TiKNa, Frk, JI Ms4 W10 JUjHI Mfffli