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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1007. STOCKTON'S The Old White Corner For tlio Whole Family. SUMMER HOSIERY Bummer Btocklnga are usually made thin at the expense of wear. To keep your feet cool and com fortablo and still havo stockings that will last, ask for Wnyno Knit full-fashioned. You can get them In fancies, In open work of nttractlvo designs, or in the thin lisle, but what ever you buy. If it bears the Wnyno Knit trade mnrk you know that it will last. They are dyed as well as science knows how, and aro guaranteed YfiTtijnc Jihii uWv? II infvi'4 HOSIERY 1RAM MARK Look for this mark, It means quality. You'll And It here. 25c to $1.50 a pair Humpty Dumpty Stockings A new line of hosiery for Salem. .1 5c and 25c a pair Our 15c Humpty Dumpty IIo3o wear as well as ordinary 25c host'. They aro made for both women and children. The wlilto-foot hoso for ladles, is tho king pin of the line, nnd the prlco is only 1 5c a pair MUST RECLAIM ITS LAND Officers of Company Appear Before Commissioners to Confer Upon Regulations ii HOTEL arrivals. Willamette. Geo A, Emory, Portland. 0. V. Cady, Portland. C W. Richard, Springfield. J. 0. Wood, Portland. W. D. Owen, Now York. J I Springer, Portland. I. C McCoy, Portland. J. C, Wolf, Sllverton. R. Kcdflsch, San Francisco. J E. Hansom, Snn Francisco. Ceo. A, Peel, Portlnnd. It. J. Kirkley, Portlnnd. Dr II. T. Hunter, Hoqulnm. C W. Fulton, Astoria. H. C. Hunter, Portland. Q. W Frankol, Now York. Salem. Geo C Payno, Campbell, Cnl. J X Hell, Portland. H C Hawk and wife, Jefferson. Hurry Wood, Portlnnd. R J, Shullhe, Now York. G II Hruckmnn, Portland. II A Griswold, Portland. Under tho naw mnnngement of tho Columbia Southern Irrigation Com pany, of which Walter H.'Moor and W. H. Lytlo, of Portlnnd, nro at tho head and principal flnnuclors, ap pears before tho stato land board and makes n satisfactory showing of good faith and Intentions toward thu fulfillment of tho contract to reclaim tho lnnd within Us Boggrogatlon, within n reasonnblo tlmo, tho notion int law for tho annulment of tho con tract between tho Btnto and tho com pany, which Is being hold in nboy- nnco pending tho fulfillment of the promises of tho now management to mnko good tho deficiencies ot tho old', will bo Instituted In court nnd pros ecuted vigorously to relieve tho com pnny of Its obllgntton nnd mnko room for other capital to comploto tile project. Tho adoption of nn order to thlrf effect wns the result of a meeting of tho stnto land bonrd Tuosdny, after hearing tho petition ot tho Columbia Southern Water Usors' Association through Attorney W. 10. Guorln, Jr., of Portland, asking that logal action High School Tnuponineo Contest, jbo not delayed, that tho company bo Enthusiastic preparations nro bo- P"t out of IhihIuoss, nnd tho projocl lng mndo for tho Froshman-Sopho- tnkon In hand nnd completed by the moro declamatory contost at tho Sa- ritnto' To board doos not consider lorn high school. Tho contostnnta iM proposition fenslblo, but tho nro nil working hard to mnko their stnto nolthor funds nor authority part of tho program entertaining to fostor tho ontorprlso. U ruposes nnd worthy of tho commendation of fnitli In tho now organlzutlon nnd U n high-class audience. Tho froshmon , disposed to glvo It n fair chnnco to nnd sophomoro classes aro preparing nuiko good Its promlHO, to Bocond tho efforts of tholr rosnoc- A" "rdor wns mndo requiring tin tlvo roprosontntlvos by such mnnlfes- ofllcors of tho compnny to appear be intlotm nf clnss tnvnltv nn cinsn vniis I foro tho board noxt Moiuluy after class decorations, etc. Tho contos-i"00" t 1:30 o'clock, to confer upon tnnts nro Christy Noff. Dorothy , tho adoption of rulos and regulations Shnnk nnd Esther Miles, of tho fresh-1 or tho reclamation of tho land, mnn clnss. and Howard Zlminermnn. . "Joct to tho approval of tho board. HMRMMnHHr 1 Florence Motcnlf and Gladys Cart wright, of tho sophomoro clnss Thoro will bo excellent music, In ad dition to tho tempornnco recitations nnd n commlttco of 11 vo very compe tent Judges will dccldo who desorvoa to silver modnl. May 10th. MRS. W. J. WEUER, Contest Suporlntendont. rrand Opera House " JXO. F. COHDHAY, Manager. rmi)Y, may a Jill. WVLKER WHITESIDE the Most Remarkable Flay of the Season rHE MAGIC MELODY D'rerllon of Ltchlcr & Co. Ihe Tress of llutte, Si)okniie, Taconm ad & tittle pronounce this tho best y ond company been In the North- t in the past flvo years. ces, 50c, 75-, $1.00, $1.50. Soxofflcoc -ns Friday 0 a. m. MGUl GRAND! TONIGHT Occasionally one has tho fortuno to moot womon who havo Idoal looks and flguro. Nlnoty-nlno tlmd out of hundred you will find they taxe Holllstor'H Hocky Mountain Ten. Ten or Tablots, 3fi cents. For ml at Dr. Stono'd storo. o XOTICH. The oxtra cars heretofore leaving Stato and Commnrclnl streets at 11:10 p. m. for tho asylum and re turning to Stato and Commercial strcots nnd making tho' nn to the ponltontlnry at 11:30 p. m. will bo discontinued from nnd nftor May 1, by roason of tho fact that tho service has boon found to bo unprofitable in tho extremo, and from tho further Tho company will bo given 20 or 30 days' tlmo In which to submit com ploto .pinna nnd estlmntes covorlng tho completion of tho project. In conformity with nn ordor ma Jo by tho board last Juno for the benefit of tho old munagomout under tho prosldonry of Robert W. Wilson, of Portland, tho board also adoptod a resolution forbidding tho company to furnish water to any InndB outuldo of tho seggrogntlon, until the ro ulnmmntlon of nil tho lands within has been completed. It also provided that all of tho avallablo supply of water shall be furnished the settlers for the irrigation of such binds as may now or lioroafter be undor cul tivation for crops, without rognrd to whother or not tho interest nnd principal, or both, upon doforred pay ments for tho purohaso of tho lluu upon tho InndB has buou paid. -o- Julia Romaine Co. I'ltl-SLNTS TONIGHT "THE USVNAMrcn PLAY. Beg'np r Thn..j.. .i.Li nn. Mile" ,u""u uibm w- tffs 15 and ?K,v WETHING NEW In Bifocal Lenses t Ug .how ... . . .. . .,.. ' wu u ucai, uy-iu-uaie r n-ar and far-seeing. It U "' U BOOd aj thl Aman.liA VlnH ; lt the mf oa't throw away your broken-Tp1- Bring them to us. We can w anv nar uw ti.i -.. naa llllio any ex- Chas. It Hinges -"w"w PgttsHn. . Met 4mt ts XtfeM Guardian Appoints), A. I). Itasoy has boen appointed guardian of tho ostnto of Elizabeth Horron, Incnpnblo of conducting her foot thnt tl.A Inln irnln. frnm Pr I 0W" HlTalrS. IJOIlllS WOrO plllCOd nl land now arrive in ample tlmo for the 1.00. Mrs. Horron Is 73 years of accommodation of passengers by tho aK nml ,S ,n nn onfoQ,),0(1 condition regular runs on each line. Portion I of m,,n,,'i Hor 80n- T heodoro Iler Qeneral Electric Company by ron' ,mB ,,oon "Pl'olntod guardian of IIOLLIN K, PAGE ',or Pr80n' w't' tho understanding 5-l-3t Local Manager. imu " W1" pornHl ",8 1II0WI0.r lo vihil Auuun iiooro, nor aaugmur. and that at all propor times hor grandchildren bo permlttod to visit hor. Clnra Dauer Ilolgsocker has been appolntod guardian of tho ostate nnd porson of John W. Ilaur, n minor. W J. Jones, Itudolph Schmidt and J. T). Craig havo boon appolntod nppraln ers. Tho bonds wore fixed at 1 MOO. i o Convalescents iiS A!ur 5 r iiH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 n i a 1 1 1 Spt ay Now I Tested Seed Coifn Tho blossoma aro falling and It is tlmo to Bprny with AIWK.V ATE OF LEAD. Wo havo Jt mixed, roady to spray. No dan gor of burning your trees If you uso what wo sell. Our prices nrn Inirfit Omn If vmi litiv ihn " ingredients and mix it yourse-f Stayton farmers, wore in the city to- .. ..,. -..,. , , ' " , Jay. looking after some of the detalU vnr;L , Z LZ n,,Z of farmor8' institute to be held your treos, but buy something .. .. m .. ,. ,. . ,. ... J i. W m Jl 1VM "; ! "-havo a big program of geuoral Inter Need VINOL for it hastens recovery by creating strength A member of tho O. W. Putman Co., says: "Thoro Is Just one thing the mat tor with n porson who has been sick that Is, weakness. "To nil such people In Salem wo recommend our delicious cod llvrr oil preparation, VInol, n the vory beat strength creator for convoles cents we havo over Bold In our storo. "Vino! strengthens tho digestive organs, creates an nppotlte, promote. sound stuop, mnkes rich, red blood, nnd builds up a doplotcd system to health and vigor. "This Is becniiRo VInol contulnH In n highly concontrntcd form nil of tho medicinal nnd strength creating elements of cod liver oil, nctuully tnkon from fresh cod'a llvora.wlth thu useless, uausoatlng oil ellmluntcd tonic Iron nddod. "Wo'roturn monoy to thoao wljo buy VInol nnd rocolvo no bonoflt " G. W. Putmnu Co., druggists. Note. While wo nro solo agents for VInol In Salem, It Is now for sa'.o at the leading drug store In nenrly ovory town and city In tho country. Look for the VInol ngoncy In your tow n We Were Happily Surprised LAST W10KK TO HKCEIVU ANOTHER SHIPMENT FROM BACK ORDER OF Ladies Long Silk Gloves at $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.95 And Ladies' Long Lisle Gloves at 65c, 85c and $1.10 OOOl) VALUES IN LONG GLOVES ARE SCAIICE, SO YOU'D HOTTER OET THEM WHILE TH13 LOT LASTS. VM AIjSO HE- t CEIVEI) ANOTHER NICE ASSORTMENT OF NOVELTY SPRING DRESS CJOORS, WHICH SHOULD HAVE ARRIVED SEVERAL WEEKS AOO. that Is tostod and work right. Our stock of Field and Sweet .. ; Corn has boon tested and wo ) know that it la good. Our . . prices aro right. ID. A. WHITE! & SONS 2SS CoEBercl Street. Ph&M lt. nit iniHini mi mini Fanners Itihlilitlo Up at Kluylou. A. L. Mack and E. Shepherd, oet. Dr. Wlthycombj and tho Agrioul- t'tural staff; H. M. Willlauiaon, of 'll.ll(.n,l. Vf-o T Tl M'.l.l. ,.t trn. leay; Miss Marlon, of Salem; County Judge Scott and others aro on the program. A big basket dinner wi'l bo served. Sore Nipple. Any mother who has had experi ence wlth this distressing ailment will bo pleased to know that a cure may be effected by applying Cham berlain's Salve as soon as the child is done nursing. Wipe it oK with golf cloth before allowing the babo to nurse. Many tralsed nurses tue this Mlve with beet reeults. Yor M.U by Dr. ItMM'n Arc aiart. FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider l'axtlne Toilet Antiseptic a necessity In the hygienic caro of tlio person and for local treatment of feminine ills, As a wash Its cleansing, germicidal, deodorizing and healing qualities arc extraordinary. For sale at Drugplsts. Sample free. Address The R- l'axton Co., Uoston. Mass. o ."ry llae Uh Excise ISoihIm to Pay. Iluffalo, N. Y., Mny 1. Local Ihlttor dealoru aro Incuimed at tho auiendmentH Introduced to tho Htnto oxcIbo lawa by ABHomhlymnu Whit- nuy. The principal amendment that uroiiriufl their Iro Ih tho ono that pro poHOB to cliaiiKO tho olllelul yoar from Mny I to April .10, nil at pruHunt Octo ber 1 nnd Suptembur 30. If tho bill In pnsRvd, tho liquor doalorH and brew ors will be thomaelvoH nbllKod to pny for two uxoIho IioikIh thla year. Ono will bo ruqulrod to cover tho nhorl oxclso term from Mny 1 to Septem ber, ;I0. nnd the nddtllonal bond wljl be required for thu following yoar from October 1, 1007, to Soptombur 30, 11)08. Although tho price or ox cle bondM Iiiih been cut down, by the riipturo of the combine, from M0 laut year to $ 1 0 thin; tho necoHHlty for procuring two IioikIh of $10 apiuee, will nullify part of tho nd vantaKo of the cut. In tho cnuu of galonnkoopurH controlled by brew ora who enterod Into an nKreemunt InHt Juno to compel tholr cuHtomon to buy bondH of a curtain compnny at $18 nplece, the oxtra bund this year will brliiK tho bond coHt up to within $t of tho 1 10 oxtortud by tho local bonding truHt eompnnlcH laut year. Another foa'uro of tho Whitney bill Is that It provides for tho appoint ment of 11 instead of six doputy ox- olso oommlHslonors. Tho additional hxoIko commlBslonors nro to bo ap pointed for tho countlos of West- Chester, Albany, Onsdlu, OnanadaKo, Renssulser nnd Schunoetad. o , Start on Hiilloon Trip. St. Louis, May 1. With a sharp wjnd blowinK and heavy clouds baukitiK the sky, Captain Charles Hnl.' nlknn.llAi tr.tl.r..! Qlntiin If.ncil .V . VMHIHIIUI , UIIIIVM tllltWIf nllii, aorps und J. C. McCoy, an aeronaut, of New York. City, started lait night on tlio long distance balloon, trip thuy havo bsun trying to take for thrao days. They hoped the wind would onrry them oostward, that they might land near Washington, D. 0., but immediately upon leaving thu ground thp baloon took n southorly eourso, veering nllghtly to the west.; Captain Chandler I making aerial . observations for the government, which is now interesting Itself in bnloons as to aids to the army In ease: of war. Ho carried Instruments to, show tho ultltudo and the spsod at tained. Mr. McCoy hope to win the Lahm cup, offered for the lougest dlstanco continued flight. j Tho balloon left the ground at 7:21 p. to. Tho weather was not fa vorablo for ballooning, tho air be ing heavy with molsturo and tho temperature almost to the freezing point, but the light was made In or, iter to hare the benefit of the moon llEht, witWut wkkk the ilgbt would not Wave Immmi attapts4, ircalt THERE IS A POSITIVE FAMINE IN DESIRAHLE DRESS GOODS AND FANCY SILKS THIS SEASON AND THE FACT THAT WE ARE SO WELL SUPPLIED WITH ALL THE NEWEST CREATIONS IS DUE TO OUR PERSISTENCE IN DEMANDING THAT OUR ORDERS RE RUSHED AND PROPERLY FILLED. EVERYTHING IN FAR RICS FROM Oc MUSLIN TO THE HIGHEST GRADE SILKS IS SCARCE, AND MANY OF THE REST KNOWN HHANDS HAVE HEEN ENTIRELY WITHDRAWN FROM THE MARKET, HE0AU8E THE ENTIRE OUTPUT OF THE Mir. Ml IH KOLD UP FOR FROM SIX TO TWELVE MONTHS AHEAD. JL WE ANTICIPATED OUR WANTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AND YOU'LL FIND US WELL SUPPLIED WITH EVERYTHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT PRICES FIGURED ON THE SPOT CASH HAS1S. JxJi r).. J im Mjr M tirswed wz6s& asOS'e (5. $Zffiss'SeS; &jr'cfa ryy s m V carrlor plgeona woro tnkon nnd men Hago will bo sont back to St. Louis by tho aerounutH. Captain Chandler said buforo onturlng tho baskot Hint they expected to be in the air about 18 hours. IM'ovIhIoiih to last tho two moil threo days woru taken. ' The Hturt was even, tho bnlloou rising Htralgbt In tho nlr until hlghoi than Hiirroundlng buildings. It thou veored sharply to tho nouth and con tinued In that direction until lost to sight. Tho Amorlca, In which Mr, McCoy nnd Captain Ohaudler ascended le tho second InrgoHt balloon in the United Stutea. It has a displacement or 78,000 cublo foot and lifting power of 3500 pounds. 1 o You're to bo tho Judge; wo loavo It to you to deelde; nil wo want is your vr-rdlct Will Holllslor's Rocky Mountnln Tea mnko you well nnl keop you well? That's fair. Tcti or Tablets, 36 cents. For sale ut Dr. Stone's store. OAliTOrtlA. Bui tli. ) Ito KM Ym H-wWwri BwjM f iMr?Z "& &X Catliollo Collego nt Keuttlo IIiiihi?. Sonttlo, May 1. Tho Catliollo col logo ot tho Church of tho Imnmcu lato Conception burned to tho ground nt 10 o'clock this morning. Loss, $50,000. Ouo hundred boyii inarched out safoly. n Governor Hughe Defmtrd. Albany, N. Y., May 1. Tho senate today dofeated Hughes by voting to permit tho couusot for Kolsuy to ar guo bofuro tho sonato ngulnst tho eommlsslouor's removal. Kahiu liiik'M'iideni'H Moiimoutli Stago line. Leaves Indepondoncu dally (except Sunday) at 8;00 ' o'clock a. m, Iloturuing, leave Balum from Wlllamotto Hotel ut 3 p. in., arriving, nt Independence u tlmo for 0:11 motor for Mon mouth nnd Dallas Phono Main 170. Wo Ami Csh l'urtliHMi- Of poul try, oggB, and all kinds of farm produce. Hurry crates made up in unlimited quantities, Capital Commission Co., 207 South Com mercial street, Balom. Phono Mala 170. Selling Out Dishes I H. M. nransun, at his now x grocery storo, 432 Stato street, U soiling out all his dishes, crockerywaro nnd glassware at less than cost, doing fast Hotter hurry If you want some. H. M. BRANSON Phonel31. 432StaUSt A Mystery N Solved It U a mystery to somo why their pastry Is not tho boat, and why they don't havo tho sarao re sults In baking aa tholr nolghbor, but It Is becauso tholr neighbor uses Eppfey's Perfection Baking Powder It Is tho bent, and la made her at home, and contalas the purest matorlals. All grocors sell It C. M. EPPLEY MamifActurar jwrwnt vnsjijVll !