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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, APIUL 30, 1007.
M W -V-V wsap IGHINERY OF WARFARE . v,nnt nt the machinery Warfare Is making constant and j.-.ir rnnld progress. There Z dirigible war ballon, a vorltu- ,iip that will carry u iu "' "' .unamlto and may uo ui.:u ... Mnn at a height of GOO or . .t nnd which, after SCatter- BV ' .. . ... 1.1 ' the dynamite wnero it uuiu, 'the most nam., . "? ; .hpnolntof doparture. That , these nlr monsters might do this ot interfered wltn, uut it ia io ue ,meJ that thero win uo opposing ,hlpi that, will moot them nbovo , Clouds, and the war gamo win ply be an elevated one. ?nre. which Is acquiring n fleet jalnhlps. Is also providing a for cible equipment or war cars. L ar0 steel clad motor cars, some them with revolving turrets, rinir nulck-flrlng mnchino guns l capablo of a speed ranging from fto 40 miles an hour. Theso wnr I are curious-looking contrivances E4lve, Ithout ornamentation trimly ugly. There nro ninny Ki of them, but whatever they veritable, swiftly moving fort es, built with a doslgn to bo used kh offensively ana uoionsiveiy. fence Is not slngulnr In acquiring outfit of theso nicklo atcol-clnj itneises; Germany is equally nc- i and enterprising. he Scientific American, In nn nr- b descriptive of thoso movablo ItrMscs, remarks thnt "their grcnt tractive force, combined with fclr mobility, bids fnld to Introduce ! entirely new elomont Into the irfare of the future; nnd It Is bo- rved In many of tho wnr ofllcos of irld that these nro moroly fore- nncrs of verltnblo land Droad- lushts, capablo of destroying on- t cities that lie In tholr tack." In hit maneuvers of tho Gcrmnn kr ca-s It Is sntd thnt "threo word Rem of welrd-looklug wheeled Itfresscs, which pursued ono nn ker up hill and down dnlo. They tied around ono nnothor In lntrl- te convolutions, changing snoods i bckhlng forth whnt nppoarod to i terrific hnils of lend." It Is fcirf'il to contomplnto what next crat snr may bo In It lo! sa! rro(f8SPs of cnrnnKe. It Pres!d"it Hoosevelt's thobry that poworfil nay Is ronlly n ponce cimfiT rirhnps. by tho samo Menirc i mosses, tho conclusion Tb" nr.Lri nt thnt nil tho olab- t on'rluucrs which nro holm; mi'l t - Purposes of warfaro aro v, as l h said of our big navy, Is ram- acalnsi wnr." Cer- Nr t c instantly oxnnndlng pwaMcns for wnr constituto tho hi iniUMamw AYecetablelVcnaratlonror As similating ihcToodandlledula ticg the Sumachs and Bowels of RwnolcsTHcsUon.Checrful &tt5arulRcst.Contfl!ns neither tywnKMorputac cor Mineral. OTX.VHCOTIC. vt tfcuDrSwvizpnvaui fkffrwuat - tit ( M 4 ApCtf -tP.mcdtf rnrrVincliM hon ScurStomach.Diarrnoca, 'orcts tonuilsions.rcvcnsh.- end Loss OF SLEEP. T4iS.rle Signature of iEV YORK. immiiPlBBl CCT COPY Of VKA99CB. nn-aiLu mm H JllimIUJLJMUi.Jl 1 I tf , It you think you need a tonic, ask iS-gjf jouraoctor. iryouthinkyounecd I lxJLl something for your blood, ask your doctor. If you think you would yfBV ,ike o try Ayer's non-alcoholic J,1 I (LLL Sarsaparilla, ask your doctor. W6 fiub lih thn farmuUi St IvmPa of Ml our rropKrittlont. IwtU.Miun, BamnmwLki most Impressive ot nil arguments for the proposition of total disarma ment. If thero Is to bo any limita tion established in war preparations, manifestly It must be tho sweeping limitation of surrendering tho wnr implements. But total disarmament is, apparently, JUBt now, only a dream of tho dreamers. Baltimore Sun. China n ml Our Wheat. Sevoral years ago Mr. Jns. J. Hill prophesied that China would some time become an importer of our wheat. Tho majority of tho agricul tural press concurred In this view, probably bocnuso Mr. Hill enunciated It, rnthor than from any conviction on tho part of tho editors through tho study of tho situation. F. 3. & II. did not. Instead, It pointed thn fact that if the Chinese ever became wheat enters thoy were porfcclly able to grow all thoy wanted. Thero Is now some evidence ot the Chlncso turning toward Hour. There are at present flvo mills in Shanghai, of from 600 barrels a day down wards, nnd ono or two hnvo been In operation six years. Ono of those mills Is owned by Germans nnd tho rest by the Chinese. Up to 190G thoy wore nblo to get nil tho wheat needed within a radius ot about 500 miles, but tho short crops ot thnt yenr cnusod somo Importation of Tn comn whont. Canadian capital hns recently opened nn SOO-bnrrol mill at Hong kong. Tho moving spirit of this en terprise wns for 12 yonrs tho Hong kong ngotit for tho Portlnnd Milling company and when Ills nnnunl sales reached 2,000,000 sacks of 10 pounds ho folt that a sulllclont de mand for flour oxlstod to warrant tho erection of n mill. Tho expecta tion Is thnt Uttio whont will need to bo Importod, evon at Ilrnt, and event ually all tho wheat usod will bo Chi noso grown. From tho foregoing It npponrs that Farm, Stock nnd Home wns right In Its opinion exprossod so ninny year? ago. Australian Hour Is nnothor factor thnt is unfavorable to tho United States product, as It cnu bo laid down at Hongkong for SC conts n ton loss than American flour. Unions this dlfforonco In freight can be oqunllzod It will provo disastrous to Amorlcau exports, ospoclnlly when dealing with ns close buyers as tho Chlnoso. It is vory ovldont that China cannot bo lookod to ns a fac tor In profltnblo whont growing In tho Unltod Stntos; In fact wo may see tho time whon It will bocomo a strong compotltor. Farm, Stock nnd Home. It's too bad to boo puui'io who go from dny to day sufforlng with phys ical wonknoss, when Rocky Mountain Tea would strengthen them. Ton or Tablets 35 cents. For Hal at Dr Stono's storo. . CASTORIA Tor Infanta and Childron The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Over .Thirty Years CASTORIA twe ourtM mrtrr, mew rtt Bears the A Signature Jy$ U' For NOT UNKNOWN IN CALIFORNIA The cold snap of tho last few day camo as a breath of soft lnconso to tho peach crop liar, and already the shrill A minor discord of his an nual prevarications throbs sadly down tho Dine Ridge and npends Itself In cacophonous quavers along tho heavenly reaches of tho Eastern Sho Like tho gont rnmpant and the Easter hat, tho poach- crop liar Is a sure sign of spring. Tho dny tho first muslo of tho fledgling lark en chants us his honrso hoot drownB It out. He Is tho donth's hoad nt tho vernal feast. His faco Is woo nnd hla wall desolation. A groat many Dnltlmorcnns won der who tho peach-crop liar may bo, and why some vnllant Brutus doos not rlso nnd stay htm. Ho Is thought of ns a weird, mysterious being a qunlnt, spectral, leering, anthropo phagous a horrid, unearthly shapo a villuinotiH subitum! olf of ovll. who lurches Into vlow onco n yonr, pipes his creepy lay and then re tires again to tho depths of some slimy, uncharted pool, or too tho dim recesses of come reiuoto, demon ridden cave, nut, nB a matter ot fact, tho ponch-crop liar Is nothing moro nor loss than nn ordinary hu man being n human bolng, perhaps, with congenltnl atrophy of tho cere brum but still ono with tho normal outfit of logs, oyos, teeth and toes. Lying nbout tho peach crop, In docd Ib but ono of his cUBtomnry tnBks. Tho open senson for such ex orclso Is necessarily short, and bo during tho rost of tho yenr, ho dl vorts himself with othor forms of deviltry. Ho Is tho mnn who visits you whon you nro 111 and rognloB you with a graphic account of his uncle's Inst momonts. This rolntlvc, ho In forms you, dlsplnycd symptoms much Uko yours, nnd nftor a long nnd lingering illnoss died In horrlblo agony. He Ib tho mnn who drops In a wook boforo your wedding day and tolls you storlos of mnn-ontlng mothor-ln-lnws. He Ib tho man who bids you bon voyago as you sot sail for Europo on n woll-oomod holiday and Incldontnlly whlspors Into your onr a saga of shlpwrcckB and sharks. Ho Is tho mnn who dlscov ora thnt you aro gottlng wrlnklos; thnt your hnlr Ib growing grny; that your wlfo Is growing fnt; thnt your ronl ostnto Is doproclntlng; that a panic Is coming; thnt your heart H wonk; thnt tho puffs undor your oyoB nro signs of npoploxy; thnt your son is associating with a bad crewd: thnt your bnnk Is wobbly; thnt your lawyor Is a shystor and thnt your hookkoopr plays tho racos. Tho panch-crop liar Is biiHy all tho time. Ho takoB no vncntlons nnd wnuts none. It Is IiIb function nnd plonsuro to mako others miserable. His bump of benevoloncu Is a moro point In oinpty space nnd his voln ruu greon with bile nnltlmoro Sun. -o- EUHEICA! Yen, I Huvt Found It nt ImHt. Found what? Why that Chnmbor- lnln's Snlvo euros cczomn nnd all mnnncr of Itching of tho skin. I havo boon afflicted for many years with skin donscs. I had to get up three or four times ovory night and wash with cold wator to allay tho terrlbU Itching, but fllnco using this salvo In December, 1905, tho Itching has stopped and has not troubled mo. Elder John T. Ongley, Rootvlllo, Pa. For iralo nt Dr. Stone's drug storo. o llaKi-r County Will OK Homl Money. (I)akor Democrat.) Hakor county will rocelvo tho $10.- 000 and cost of various suits on the bond of ox-Sheriff A. H. Huntington And tho bond Itsolf will draw inlor oet from Juno, 190C. Settlement Mill probably be made within a few days. It Is said that cortaln costs bills In the Umatilla county olrcult court must be figured out beforo tho mon ey can be paid ovor by the bondsman who are ready to settle. Had It not beon for the penletent, oareful and consistent work of ex- County Judgo Wallaeo W. Travllllon In prewlng the suit of the county RgalnBt the bondsman, Dakar would bo loser today all of this money. Associated with Judgo Travllllon In this matter were Judge Thomai Green, of Portland, Judgo Sam White, District Attorney Leroy Lo max and dustar Anderson who fought the case through four differ ent courts. Tho taxpayers of tho county can congratulate themselves that a faith ful officer protected their !ntoreM against great odds and every kind of opposition. A masher by the same of II. A. Young wax Mre4 oat ot Baadoa. The First Sight of the Golden Gate never torgottcn The First Taste of Folder's Golderf Gate Coffee Lingers Long ia ths Memory s?"r.:z- i mmm mm J. A. FOLQER & CO. San Pranclco ' JVvnt DAXGEH IS LURKING IN IT. Whon your bathroom or lavatory Isn't fitted up with modern snnltary plumbing. Sower gnu Ib moro dan gerous In winter than In Bummor, bo cnuso vontllntton Ib not so frco. You will wnrd oft dlscnso by having your closots, bathroom, kitchen, sinks, nnd water plpos overhauled, Wo mako a specialty ot sanitary plumb ing nnd do It scientifically and at rcasonnblo prices. A. L. FRASER 238 BUto Street. Phono mn. PURE FOOD LAW How many pooplo nro thore among you who know what It moans T Tf nn artlolo Is puro, tho manufacturors nro moro thnu plonsod to say It on tho Inbols of tholr goods and In tholr advertising. If thoy woro adulter ated, thoy will say nothing until forcod to by law. Again, many deal ers will ordor tho ndultoratod goodc bocauso hoy can mako moro profit on thorn thnn lu posslblo to do on wholesome, puro foods. So, It you get puro food, you will hnvo to so loct tho brand nnd Insist on gottlng it from your donlor or sond to tho manufacturer for your supply. ALLEN'S BKLIMUSING UOSTON MWWN IlltKA!) FLOUIt IS POUR ALLEN'S SKLIMtlSLVa -H PAN CAKE l'LOUll IS PUKE, For ealo by all first cluss grocers. It yours does not havo It, wrtto to us, ALLEN'S B.B.B FLOUR CO. Pacific Coast Factory, San Joso, Cal Easier Factory, Llttlo Wolf Falls, Manawa, Wis. Spent wisely Is the sour.'.o ot much MtUfactlon. Why not spend a UttU of It wlely bow buying groceries of as 7 Baker, Lawrence & Baker Mmwki Xarritt k LawrMM. Tcsmc is &S Merit ' r-t3 A1- i r 'L '1 i7ii Arj4r it J" I ir..Xk nH lNlleltHHlllltlH(llWiti8lIW CLASSIFIED fif ! w FOB HAXJ3 For Sale. A flvo and a Blx-room houso, with from ono to six lots with ench, well located In East Batom. Good bargains. Isaiah Schonoflold, 21st and Marion Sts., Salem. 1-28-tf For Snk' Salom-Indopondr ace-Mon- mouth stago lino, fully equipped. Inqutro of Capital Commission Compnny, Salem, 4-G-tf For Sale 233 ncreo, 1G0 undor plaw, balanco tlmbor ?3G por ncre: 151 acres, good houso, barn and windmill, best farm In valloy, $10, 000; 21 acres, good houso, barn, 9 long by 100 feet wldo, J3G00; 80 cows; 10 acres, wagon, buggy, all tho farm Implements and houso furnlturo; 21 ncrea nonr town on tho Island, good 6-room houso nnd barn, $0000; big lot 200 feet ling by 100 foot wldo, $3G00; 80 acres 3 miles Bouth of town noarly all In grain, $GG por ncro; 8 acros 2 miles wost of town with houoo nnd barn, $S00; 90 acres, 12 miles ast of Salem, $40 por aero; 1V4 ncrco, good houso nnd barn, $850; lncro with flvo room houso and barn, $700; 5 ncros with good G room hoiiBO nnd bnrn, $1000; A acres with good houso and wind mill In town, $2200; 4 acres with houso and bnrn in town, $2(100; nlso from 20 to 30 good houses from $G00 to $4000. For sale hy J. 0. Schultr, 747 South Twelfth St. Salem. 4-1-1 mo. FOIt KENT or unit uouBO nnd four lots, gar- don and bnrn. All klndB of fruit. Apply nt 345 Union streot. Phono 591. 4-4-tf For ltont Sovon-room houso, hot , nnd cold wntor, oloctrlo light, bath room, lnqulro of Aug. Schrolb or, GG0 North High streot. 3-2G-tf DRAYMEN. CiiuiuilitH Hro. Transfer Company All kinds ot trnnsfor work dono Furnlturo and pianos boxed roady for ohlpmont. Prompt sorvtco Is our motto. Stand nnd offlco at 253 South Commorclnl street. Phono 210. Hosldonco Phono 008. MUSICAL. Arthur von jonioii Toacaor or p nno; touch, tochnlch, interpreta tion. Thorough preparatory course Advanced students prupnrod for public appoarnncu. Kosldonco 058 Center St. Tel. Main 620. 2-28-tf. SALEM WATER C0rHPAH orriOB CITY HALL. For water aorvlce tpply t offlrc nillp paynblo monthly In iilvnn I-OST. Ix)tit ninck. nurt snnnlol dog. Aw awors to nnmo of "Don." Koturn to E. Hofor, South Salem. 4-17-if lAHit, Pair of gold-rimtncd glassos, butwoon Salem Iron Work and Journal ofllco. Finder roturn to Journal oillco and recolve roward, 4-2C-lwk Iont Account book containing about $70 In ehooks and $2 lu tickets agnlnst It. M. Wado & Co. Fin dor lonvo nt PoHtal Telograph ofllco and rocelvo roward. I). P. Covoy. 4-27-3t LODOKS. ForcHt'ri of Amerlm Court Sh.r- wood Foresters, No. 19. Mcott Tuosday In Hurst hall, Stato streot Leo Abblo, C, K.; A. L. Drown, F. 8. Cnitrnl UhIko No, 1H, K. of P Custlo Hall In Holman block, cor ner Htato and Liberty stroots Tuosday of each week at 7:30 p m. Oscar Johnson, C. C; E. H. Anderson, K. of R. nnd S, Modern Womlmni of Ainerlrn Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 6246. Moet ovory Thursday ovonlug at 8 o'clock In Holman hall, W. W Hill, V. O.j V. A. Turner, Clerk. Woodmen of World Meot ovory Fri day night at 7:30, In Holman hall J. A. Dickey, C. B.j P. L. Fraxler, Clerk. Lincoln Annuity Unioa. Sick, accl dent end pension Inturanco; $2, 000,000 pledged; every claim paid Oood agent wasted. J. it. u. Montgomery, suprewe orgaalMr, Box 4S2 Ikleaa, Oregoa, R. R. Ryaa, mretary, 541 Mate tre. DEPARTMENT wre iiia MISCELLANEOUS. PrssTnirlorepTMslnrbsaH" Ing, Topalrlng and dressmaking dono by Mrs. E. W. James 484 Court streot. Phono 477. 4-4-ltno Drcsstiutkhifc Plain or fancy drew making dono by Portland lady e oxporlonco. Mrs. A. N. Munsey, 350 Sovontconth Btroot. Phoae 1171. 4-3-lmo. Your Stcpniotlior Is still horo busf ns ovor donning, dyoing, prossln' nnd repairing anything from a pair of glovo to tho most elaborate silk gown. Goodo called for and roturnod. Mrs. C. II. Walker, 221 South Commorclnl ntroot, Phoaw 124G. 4-1-lm Piano Tuner L. L. Woods, piano e4 pert tuning, repairing and polish ing. Ler.vo orders at Goo. O. WUIb' nitiBlo storo, Salem, 2- 9-lyr a i Concrete Work. Got my prices om aldownlks, curbs, soptlo tanka rbA cemont work ot any kind. All work guaranteed first-class. M. Ward, Highland add. Phone 569. 2-11-tf llutto Ai Wctulerotli Fine wlnee, liquors and cigars. Wo handle tka colobrntod Kellogg nnd Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly on drough. Bouth Commorclnl street 0-3-lyr Salem Iron Works. Foundora, ma chinists and blacksmiths. Mann facturorn of all kinds of sawmill mnchlnory. Hop and fruit drylap; stovos, etc. Manufacturers of tk Snlom Iron Works Hop Prets. Bnleni Ilo .i Lumber Oo.--nomoT(Mt from South Salem to 14th street, nonr tho 8, P. depot. Doxos, Berry Crates, Fruit Trays and Perfection Fruit Evnporators. Phone 201. Enlarged Our meat mnrkot on East State street has beon doubled In size and wo nro bettor prepared than ever to sorvo customers. Prompt service attA tho host of moats our motto, Call or phono 199. II. E, Edwards, Prop l'1 ll"l" ' t PLUMBBBa. Thco. M. Hnrr Plumbing, kot water and steam boating and tlaalBg, 104 Commercial street. Phos Main 192. 9-1-ly ! M. J. Petiel Plumbing, atesm aa4l gns fitting. 8noceior to Knox A Murphy, 220 Commercial atmt. 'Phono Main 17. WANTKD, TifT" Wiiii t mI i'o wor jcl niolTyimfii Wholo f.amllloa can get work and housod to llvo In. Good pny, Call on Hop Loo Co., 213 Commercial stroot. 4-20-Gt Wniitnl To borrow $1000 on the host of ronl ontato socurlty. Ap ply to "J, P.," caro Journnl office. 4-20-tf Highest Cnsli Price Paid for chlck onu at Wlllamotto Hotol. 4-19-tt nntcl Stock for pasturo. Throtf miles from Snlom. Good for horses and cattle, running water and shado. Jns. Heck, Ohltwood Island, on Wallace road. 4-29-lw (lllMMgo Proponltlon For a hust ling real estato man, nt homo, Wrlto todny. Jacobs-Btine Com pany, Portland, Oregon. 4-29-Gt Wuntl- Ohambormald at WIIUbi otto Hotol. 4-29'0t SAHII AND DOOR rAOTORDW. iA Frank M. Brown. Muuufecturw & ab, diors, mouldlnga. All klade ! houio finish and hard wood werk Front street, bet. State and Court. Mak Mil complaint at tb oflle. BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is worth moro than any other bread, yot tho price Is no higher. For buIo nt your grocer's. OALIFOItNIA IIAKEKY. Thomas & Cooloy, Props. Ftwh.-.!1, Sft Rocl,y Mounbin Toa Nuyrjtts A l!duiui 't limy 1'tooU. Driags UiLlH ll'd nJ HoweJ Vigor. X M-in tor' ' ii i luMjtitlon, MtS rut Knoy Tf i 1 . . ji- kuitint. Impure UUmm.' Iktl llruli Muifi.li llortri. lluuiMl u4 llackcl4 1 1 it II ''k)(-iiDtHluTeulnaU Irt tunn W rent A " (ifiuUun nuul by JiUJaTicn l)' t (' urANV, iltuUum, V, mil n-' wujttp mil ta t rW Fft.- i in mn mmimmmmm I FMNCH FEMALE PILLS. ja. CT4t kui bbimMuliu.iuitu. ittti iNows va rait. " .i i(j;i iZ lillH,t. riH.4UM i,i.l, uiut blllUMtlM4DI,U --.-., UKircDU(ieAice..aor4.u,e4t(. mmmmmmmmmmmm SoW In Siltm by Dr. S. C. St nc