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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, J 007.
HOFER BROS. Publishers and Proprietors E. HOFER, Editor. A. F. HOFER, Manager. THE JOURNAL STANDS FOR PROGRESS, DEVELOPMENT, GOOD GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADHD LABOR. REMEMBRANCE. Thoro'a a villlago that's gono with our youth, my pet, Thoro's n brook and a gray old' mill Ah, you will remember them well, my pet, Tho dripping wheel whero tho Bedgo was wet, Yes, you will romombor thom well, my pot, And the Bplashlng that nover was still. .V Thoro's a wllllow treo by tho mill dam dear, With branches that dip to tho stream Ah, you will romombor It well, my dear, 'With Us shadowy cells and U3 soundB bo queor, Yes, you will romombor It woll, my dear, In your musing hour and your dream. It was thoro wo strolled In tho twilight, sweet, ' Along tho grass-fringed shore Ah, you will romombor It woll my sweet, Tho rlpplo and song of tho wavo at your feot, Ych, you will romombor It woll my swoct, That beautiful song of yoro. "But mourn not tho scones that aro gono, dear heart, Nor tho brook nor tho mill nor tho treo, Nor weep for tho years that aro flown, dear heart, Tholr momory is Btlll of Joy a part, For I have boon loft to you, dear heart, And you havo boon loft to mo. Flody D. Razo In Chicago Record-Herald. 0 APPLES FROM AUSTRALIA. A thousand barrels of apples roughly oqulvalont to about 2000 Oro gon boxos recently arrived nt Now York from Australia by way of Southampton. Botwoon Australia and England thoro Is n largo and Increasing trado In many kinds of porlshablo products, nnd occasionally shipments find tholr way to this country. This being tho lato autumn In Australia, all tho lato-kecplng nutumn fruits aro In perfection and can bo oasily shipped In cold storngo to Eng land nnd thoro Is always vacant cold-storngo spaco In stoamors returning tfrom England to this country. Wo do not know tho rntos'of freight paid, HUT IT IS NOT PROBABLE THAT THE HATES FROM AUSTRALIA TO NEW YORK ARE AS HIGH AS THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD RATES FROM THIS COAST, nnd tho tlmo occupied In transit, whilo longor than tho timo from this K ftt 7 Jn jjvonlng service at 8 'cousi unuor normal coiuuuon, can "0 csumnieu wmi mucu more cunuin- . m ddroBS j)y j q r10(iC8 atnte ty, and at any rato Is no moro Minn winter apples can stand In cold BOcronry for Oregon and Idaho on storage without tho lonst Injury. I Tho Work Qf UlQ Y M c A Thur8 inuro iiiivu, in uiui, iiuuii lun DtiiiniiuiiiH ui iviiHLrtuiiui iiiiuno iu ou. (jnj. n g p nu mij.woejj prayer mcot- xoric. Australia raises good tilos, and Indeed good fruits of all kinds. Tho public authorities carefully suporvlso nil exports of porlshablo commodities and tnko enro that all such commodities which carry tho' ntnmp of public Inspection SMALL BE HONESTLY PACKED AND IN ALL WAYS FIT FOR MARKET. ! ,BmI! J iBnliff ili.T nV.lnl 1 .1 I I jj THE CHURCHES j 'If-fiii win iHiiimiim First Coiigrcgntlonnl. Center and Liberty streets. F. E. Dell, pastor. Services of special In terest will be held at both morning and evening hours. In tho morning at 11 o'clock there will be tho ob servance of Children's Day. There will bo songs, recitations, etc., by the little people. Tho offering at this Hervico is to bo applied to tho UBes of the Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society. A general rally meeting in tho interest of the local Y. M. C. A. will bo held In tho evening, beginning at 8 o'clock, and will be addressed by Mr. H. W. Stone, eecretnry of tho Portland Y. M. C. A. The morning service will tuke the place of tho Sunday school. Christian Endoavor society meets at 7 rclock. Prayer meeting Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock. Sunday school teachers' meeting lmmedlatqly after prayer mooting. Strangers ns woll as vUltlng friends are most kindly re ceived at all services hold in this church. ,rt-- First. Christian. Corner of High nnd Centor streets. Regular services at 10:30 a. m. and S p. m. Tho day will be devoted to 'exercises of tho children and the young peoplo, who havo mado special preparation In drills, vocnl and ln Btrumontnl music and recitations. Tho special features of tho evening service will bo lntorchangenblo col ored electric lights. Tho pastor will dollvor n short address at tho morn ing sorvico on "Tho Church and tho Children." Blblo school nt 12 m. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. in. Tho public cordially Invited and wolcomo. First Presbytorlnn. Church street near Chomokotn. Rov. Henry T. Babcock pastor Morning sorvico at 10:30 n. m. by tho pastor, Subject: "Walt for .To- hova." Sunday school at 12 m. C. Rheumatism Does not let go of you when you apply lotions or liniments. It, simply loosens its hold for a while. Why? Because to get rid of it you must correct the acid con dition of the blood on which it depends. Hood's Sarsa parilla has cured thousands. z,uuu $44)000 WHcih Do Yo pIefe, FOR SALE! Ing, missionary mooting. Public cor dlally Invited to nil theso services. Christian Science. First Church of Christ, Scientist, 140 Chomokotn streots. Services at 10:30 11. 111. nnil 8 11. in. Snhlnnt nf Jim wiiu 1111 uiuau iiuvuiiiiitiun "r iuiMiria ui iriiu iiuiu numi mm Jpggon SCriUOtr "God tllO Olllv nro novor llkoly to bo of much commorclnl Importance, for tho roason C(UIB0 ,ln(1 crontor." Sunday school that thoy will not bo ablo to compote In nny largo way with tho domestic at ll:.jr, n lll T'lQ wodnO'sdoy ov- HonBonablo fruit. onlng' meeting Is hold nt 8 p. m. Thoro nro already In tho eastern mnrkots a grout abundance of berries 'llQa(Ung room n tho churoh 01)0n cherries and a few southern poaches Qaflh nftorlloon oxcopt Sum, A Wo shall soon bo shipping early fruits nnd noxt month, which will nro conlInlly Invltcd to nttoml tho bo tho llrst month of tho Australian wlntor, onstorn mnrkots will bo 80rVC0B nml tno roniug r00m. lull of all varlollos of sumnior fruits with which no wlntor fruits can g( iais Eplsconul. compotu for tho roason that tho public Is Just throukh with thom nnd Is Chomokotn nnd Church ' Btroots. rem y lor u c,.nBe. ,,,, , , , nov. Barr G. Loo, rector. First Sun- Thoro Is. of course, n llmltod mnrkot for flno npplos of approved vn-!llny nftor TrInIty. HoIy communlon rlollud at any tlmo of tho w. I at 7:30 a. in. Second celebration nt Tho Importation of Australian npplos, thoroforo, although lntorostlng. n ,. m Rvnil,11r Hft.,ipn nf B .,. I - ...- ..V w ,., .... Sundny school at 10 a. in. Wo aro now In a position to make priceB on vacant lota, also houses and lots In Highland addition, along tho Salem-Portland now electric lino This proporty has not boon offered for salo beforo slnco tho complotioo of tho road, and wo havo some ox cepttonally good buys. Derby & Willson PROPOSALS FOR LIGHTING. Proposals will bo received by tho Doard of Public Commissioners of tho State of Orecon at tho Captol Building, Snlom, Oregon, at tho hour of 11 a. m. June 6th, 1907, for lighting tho Capitol Building, Ponl tontiary, Insano Asylum, Roforra School Muto School and Blind School nt Salem, Oregon, with arc and In candescent lamps. Information, speci fications and blank proposals may bo obtained from tho Clerk of tho Board at tho Capitol Building, Salem, Ore gon. W. N. GATENS, Clerk of Board. G-1G-18-22-2G-29, C-l. Tho avorago man earns about $1100 years and earns a total of $14,000 la a m day laborer gets ?2.00 a day r en . Tll,lT ... ... T Uloraotjoo J earns $24,000 In a llfo tlmo. Thn rtlff.. . 1 and $24,000 is $20,000. Thu .. ,v J - lU0 minimum cents. talo c ) The JncrcuM i,i. fKH " Pun tical education In dollars and cannot bo measured In monoy. why a small salary whon tho International rw, a t, , . unattc Bckool w. .., .u bivo you aan education thaum salaried tnnn nf vnu? v v,ii. . . ... ttUtr wnat or otk m mi follow, this great educatlona Institution can r,rctarft , 1 spare tlmo and at a small cost to sccuro a goo4 Wh Jj Iff innni -lnn am . I.. .! . " wU4 . iJiuauuuuivo win snow you how I w cih.v I earning capacity. Look him up today. He la T0U tin lrf,i. 1 I i , . H. G. HUNTER I. L. b. Kepfcsentative d q i Ladd&BushBMg,&mJ Main 451 '-M M$& &OOB AOVICJ t m I J. M. LAWRENCE Formerly linker, La wren co & Hnkcr. Reliable Grocer, At the Old Stand : Undertaking embalming dest mm COMPLETE 017 On'y WhltonetrwBl I Horses In Mtrloa &d isjm ing counties. W. T. MGDW i. o, o. F.oidr utftl NOW IS THE TIME t0 flavo 'ouf ciothinf b; Dr. Rosemer's Moth Powder Novor known to fall. Leaves no grease, has a pleasant 02,7, nil will keop articles frco from moth and is germ-proof. For salo by all druggists, 25 Manufactured If MUlLI.V MFJKlff 09. to think of, can novor out muah figure iih a fonturo of commerce. o XATU11K STUDHXTS. A lowriiod authority has said that, if tho Prosldout hnd dovotod htm coif to uiituro-study, ho would huvo booomo a gront naturalist, How Hiinio of tho politicians wish ho hnd! Tho IMoMlil.ont always did lovo WCMJAMK 1IUXT1X(3, 1IOWKVKH AX1) IT IS MITCH MOUK Hl'OHT T) 11A(J A XATIOXAL COXVKXTIOX THAX TO THAI' A WIIOLK FIHLI) FULL OF WOLVIvS. It Is whon title imturo-studont turns tiBldo from hla ohouon specialty that hu mnkoB tho tlctlon-huutors winco." "T. H," shootu Btrnlght nt them Thoy havo onlnrgud upon thu naturnl habits of birds and nnlmnls and ho tolls thom so. It Is not bo much tho accusation that thoy havo diverged from tho path of truth that angora those unimnl-story wrltors ns tho Insinuation that thoy didn't know thnt thoy Woro carolosa and nover tried to find out. WIIICIIKVKU IT IS, CKUTA1X AUTHOllS AKK OIHTlXO SOM13 13X OHLLHNT AHVHUTISIXO. Whon did thoy orr nnd how? For stomach troublos, blllousnoBS Thoro must ho something In tholr tnlas, nnyhow, whon tho "ovorlord",and constipation try Chamborlaln'a takos notice of thom, critically. Stomach and Llvor Tablots. Many Tho llotlon books with notion nnlmnls In thom may not bo uaad In tho remarkable euros havo been effected All cor dially wolcomo. Gospel Clmpel. Fifteenth and Mill streots. Sun dny school nt 10 a. m. Proachlng nt 11 u. m. and S p. in. Testimony nnd prnlso sorvico at 7 p. in, Prayor mooting Friday ovonlng at S p. m. W. C. T. U. Rov. Charlos D. Sco.tt will address tho gospel tompernnco mooting Sun day, Juno 2, at 4 p. in. Mrs. Henry Powoll will sing. A cordial Invita tion to nil. First nUltmliin. Corner of Chomoketn and Cottago stroots. Sorvlcos nt 11 o'clock a. in. Proachlng by Rov. Paul S. Bondy. All nro Invltcd, ospoclnlly thoso without olhor church afilllations. uuhools, but thoy will havo a wider rondlng than if thoy had novor boon inontlonud by tho Prosldout of tho United Stntos; nml It may bo that sotno ohlltlrou will bo porauadud to dtsenvor for thumgolvos whoroln thoy orr o A SHltMOX OX TIIK ".MASHKH." Thv 1'uopU'H Pross of Portland thu wook publlshos tho following timely homily on stroot flirtations and "innshors": Now that wo havo a few extra polluomon why not put somo of them to work? For a start, Just to break In tho oniolnl clubs and glvo tho mon a uhanott to be usoful, lot tho chief Issiio orders against tho cornor mnshor rilM tMGAU STAND FhlHTHH AXl) TIIK Olllil HOODLUM who posi lioforo tho aheap theaters, a standing Insult to ovory girl whoso oyo or oar ho oun ctteh. It Ih also run that otllclnl ouorgy might woll bo spout on n fow of tha small fmnlOB who like this sort of thing nnd who nro to n largo ox tent responsible for tho corner nmahor nnd tho cheap thontor bum. Tho avorago bright youth from Aiblnn who spends his nights on the slldwalks Imagines that nil tho world of womon nro closo kin to the feeble minded, gum chewlug, tnnglod haired, flip mouthed, shabby, weak headed, forsaken flirt who claims him as hor "foller.'1 It tho otllclnl arm would reaoh out AND G1LVU HY THI2 LEFT EAR A KKW DO.FX OF TllllSH HUIGIlT YOUTHS, .VXD THE OFFICIAL SPANKING MACHINli WOULD ADMlXISTKU A FEW SOUXD WHACKS to these cuto llttlo be-sklrtcd creatures n lot of sonslblo decent people would And moro pleasure lu tho ovoulug promonndo. Many of this Ignorant brason youngor sot would bo greatly holped by 4i well admlulatorod paddllug, none would bo lujurod and while tho )!Tonao does not merit tho rock pile or tho coll, it does deuaaud attention. oy thom. Prlco 25 cents. Samnlea free. For Balo by Dr. Stone's drug storo. Money Makes Independence Hundreds of our depositors are becoming' a llttlo moro Indopond ont ovory day. You cau bo InJo pondont, too, If you will savo a part of your earnings and dopo3lt thom In our Savlugs Department regularly. Doposlts of ono dollar draws lntorost compounded seml-annunl- ly. Your account will bo welcome whothor large or Email. SAYINGS DEPARTMENT Capital National Bank TIIK 1IEST IUM3AD MADE. Requlros no world-wldo search to And. Just put this nnmo In your montnl momornudum book, and you havo Btruck It Ullom's bread. It is bound to mnko a hit with you nnd your family tho first moal It appoars on your table. Don't forgot that wo turn out flno rolls, pies, cakes, etc., right hero, too. CAPITAL liAKERY, C. ULLOM, Prop. hiiihiiihuiiiimihi J. W. BOLLEN Managor Salem Undertaking Co. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Calls answered day or night. Phone 70, 383 Court St., Salea f)afiaaM Salem Fence Wire Headquarters for Woven Wire Fencing. Netting, Pickets, Gates, Shingles, P. & 13. Ready Roofing, Screen Doors and Adjustlble Window Screens BUILDING A HOUSE Wo can supply you with tho lum bor you need at tho prlco that will materially oconomlzo In tho coat. Just como and seo us and look over our yards, GOODALE LUMBER CO., Yards Near Depot. O C. T. Co. -STEAMERS rOMONA AND OREGONA LEAVK PORTLAND MONDAY, WEDNES DAY AND FRIDAY AT 10 A. M.f TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAYS AT 0:00 A. M. FOK CORVALIS TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY ABOUT O P. H. P. M. BALDWIN, Agt. All at lowest prices. Walter Morley 250 Court St Salem, Ore Hall's Fetty In now open and ready for busi ness. Road excellent oa both ildw of river. A. D. PSTTYJOHN, 5-ie-lm-i Prarltor. Send the Family Washing To Us and you'll never bother with having It done at home again. Time ws when every family could not afford to send the washing to a laundry, but times have changed so, too, havfl the methods and prices. Today iron can better afford to send toe family washing hers tnan no- Ask about our prices oa family lug, rough dry, or finished. Shoes Just received t Urn Hi tho latest styles InnuV nnd children's footwear. from heavy work ihoM tot dress styles for both ui women. Also Oxford W' loather and canvass. -SPF.CUL With each pair of iio 11 a good leather pocketbeel iunv SH0B- WoalsohareaUrfSi Baby Shoes; all colors, Ki pliable soles. JACOB VOGIl Orposlto ratte' '' 345 State St. S I The Salem Steam Laundry - - au LITTLE DO-PEW U)8l1 .i orrJ' .w.iimooltbeji."?:, dainty and .WWfJSd ftn appelWM -T w choice m.Zki 1 of the a rf smoked "" 2. .w most critl 2- luw S. tt CWT gtre'1" State SALEM WATJ, BOto 1 PIMM M, 1BMM .