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vf7WW? DAILT CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORB JON SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007. e fmfp I (5- fOough M F 7 7 wtwwmiiiiiu.BjmntMi s Especially night coughs. Nature needs a - s-'f little help to quiet the irritation, control the O KJ S inflammation, check-the progress of the dls ren a case. Our advice Is .vc the children Aycr's J Cherry Pectoral. Ark your doctor If this Is Lis advice also. He Knows best. Dorshesavs. W tuva ro ttertil W publish tliaformnUiiofall our preparation. J. C. Artrfe., mil. Lou !1 WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW J. D. Baker & Co, Comment On Ihe Money and Market Conditions If ever It wore noodod to provo high generalship for tho Union I'a clflc, It would do hut to point to tho Jlnnnclng of tho company's bond Ib- buo just closed. To hnvo hnd thin fliicceHHfiilly undorwrltton, and ovor flubscrlhod In tho underwriting, months ago was n hit of fnr-slghtcd rannngoment, which has Its fruition now, with tho public Hiibscrlptlon falling flat, and making not tho lenst dlfforonco to tho railroad hecauso it has Its money. NovortholcHs, tho public falluro to mibacrlbo hna had Its effect, and tho wcok has been one of fluctuating Bontltnont, mostly gloomy. Tho Atchison G per cent bonds Bhowod n llko lack of partici pation, 18,000,000 or 19,000,000 of tho 920,000,000 having been tnkon, with no frlondly underwriting to ewnllow tho untakou portion. It cor tnlnly should not ho dlfllcult to (IIh poso grnudolly of theso bonds at par, convortlblo an thoy aro Into stock, and one of tho moHt nttractlvo In vcstincnto offorcd today. For those , who wish well aBBiircd prlncpnl, a good, round G por cent por annum, nnd a chance to tako ndvantngo Hpoc tilatlvoly of tholr faith In tho country nnd Its uHliunto emcrgonco from tho clouds of tho present, thoso with tholr fonturo of convertibility Into tho common stock of a great railroad with great prospects, afford splendid opportunity. A Smoky Wendc. Tho other pessimistic features of tho wcok woro sotuo furthor export of gold, a rlflo In call rutos, and kaloidoscoplo manipulation of Japa nese nnd Amorlcan Jingo nows. As If this woro not onough, n fresh out burst from Washington, threatening recolvorshlp for tho t'abaccn trust, foil with a nlckcning thud on tho be numbed body of tho pntlont. Con stant whacking, howovor, hns mado opinion nlmost liiHonnlblo nnd this atartllug bit of news, which two yenrs ago would hnvo cnused un ex plosion, simply mndo tho iiltuation more smoky. Iomlon and America. Wo fiuld last week that by ronson of leading authorities boldly declar ing It, tho cniiHOof our dccllno ,wn beginning to bo admitted, nnd the blnmo placed whero It belonged, on tho Itoosovelt attacks; oven tho lSvonlng Pout loudon correspondent reluctantly admits that it Is tho anti trust campaign that Is putting down London prices of Americans this wcok. One does not hoar now tho re futing argument that securities all over tho world are dopresaod. Th American condition Is still affecting tho whole world as It began to affect It first during our March panic. Tho nrltor was In London then, and tho funeral fog that hung ovor Throg tnorton tttroot had no other souro than the situation on this side. Noth ing was thought of but American, nnd It must be borne In mind that nt that thus foreign securities had not begun to dcllut. It was tho American fall that pultvd down tho world. Nation are too close toge ther In theso latter days to bo Inde pendent of vhcU othar. It wnt tho llarlng crisis. In 1890 thnt depressed finally every znonoy center tho world over. Kvport of Gold. Tho foreign bnnk situation still contlnuos rdduced an to roservos, the Iianks of England and Franco both showing lowor than a yonr ago, nnd onch straining for a recovery of gold. Tho movomont of export which wo nro watching with such Interest, nnd doing nothing nrtlflcally to off set, will probably have much effect upon our situation later when tho fall huuoozo boglns. It may bo easily proBtiiuod thnt thoso two banks will not bo such onsy aids to our own cramped conditions two months Intor. In othor words, wo doubt whether they will permit tho re-Import of this snmo gold which Is going out now, when wo nttompt to bring It back Into in August nnd September. Last year, it will bo remembered, wnon our fnr-slghtcd Show produced tho mechanlcnl condition by which wo woro enabled to bring over gold arti ficially, notwithstanding thnt the real conditions of Intorest rate nnd sup ply of money nbroad did not warrant It, tho foreign banks stood Idly by until one day tho Hank of England wnkod to tho fact that gold was senrco tho world ovor, nnd thnt Eng land's trndo was being drastically af fected. hTcn tho bnnk put up tho rnto one and two por cent threaten ing three, to stop tho outflow, nnd found that, too Into, thin had boon dono, nnd nil tunny months nfter. Will Knglnnd Htop He-lmporiH? This year It Is to bo prosumed thnt tho Old Lady of Thrcndneodlo street will not bo caught napping, and If, and when, Cortolyou tries tho Shaw Indies of paying interest in trnnsit, tho Bnnk of Englnnd's rnto may quickly rlso prohibitively, forbidding. Wo. shall begin to bo then In tho throes of our yearly monoy stomnch- acho, nnd what mcdlclno shall rcllovo us? Aiuericn'N WnMo of Gold. And this brings us to n considera tion of tho outrngcous wasto of gold roHorvo In America, through our supornnuuatcd, vicious currency sys tem. Thero Is gold monoy enough being cnrrlod around In tho pockets of our pcoplo uselessly, In tho shapo of wnrohouso receipts, to mnko re serves ensy nround tho world. Thoso 20 yellow-bncks, ovory man who carries a roll flashes on you when ho opens It, represent n wicked wnsto of tho basis of prosperity. It Ih as If a man rcoklossly polsonod millions of busholB of grain In ware houses, whon thousands of woro dying of starvation. And yet with thin condition prevailing, wo BOGUS LORD NEARS END ON GALLOWS Has Had a Strenuous Life But Is to Die Next Thursday St. Louis, July 20. Unless Gov ernor Folk should docldo to commuto his sontonco at tho Inst momen. "Lord" Frederick Augustus Seymour Dnrrington, convicted of tho murdor of Jamos P. McCann, will bo hanged by the nock until dead in the Jail yard at Clnyton, St. Louis county, noxt Thursday. Mnny times beforo death has pointed Its grisly finger nt the English ndverturer, only to pass him by whon the fntul moment was noar nt hand. Now It appenrs that the law's dolay is at nn end. S'tlll de claring his innocence nnd confidence In ultlmnto ncqulttnl, Dnrrington has not yet began prcpnrntlonB to meet tho worst. "Lord" Dnrrington came to St. Louis whllo tho exposition was being built nnd announced himself ns n ropuresontntlvo of King Edward nnd tho Drltish government. Ho was re ceived with great corcmonv nnd wined nnd dined by tho officials of tho fair and tho soclnl leaders of the city. One of tho most polished nnd apparently roflned of unhung rogues, Harrington wooed nnd won Miss Grnco Wllholmlna Cochrane, tho daughter of n well-to-do KansnB City packor. Tho roseate pictures ho Englnnd BUfforcd for (lrow of ,,fo ' Brighton castle en- rniimrcu mo unsuspecting young woman nnd tho result wns tho hasty marrlago. Harrington's notion soon nrotiBcd tho suspicions of a brother of tho brldo nnd InvoBtlgntlonB woro Instituted thnt soon rosulted in lay ing baro tho record of tho bogiu noblomnn. Kicked Into the street by tho Irnto brothor, Harrington wnB nrrosted as a paupor and a dlsturbor of tho pub lic penco nnd sentenced to six month? lit tho workhouse. In a Blnglo dny no ion irom his proud cstnto ns n lotdly roprescntntlvo of tho British king to n common "hobo" nnd brawler. In his blttorcst hour, howovor, ho wns nt without frlonds who ndmlrcd his "norvo" nnd considered tho mnn ncr In which ho had Imposed upon tho soclnl elect of tho city as a hilar ious joke. One of theso wns tho proprietory of n St. Louis saloon, who pnld Hnrrlngton's fino nnd In stalled him bohlnd tho bnr of his re freshment dlspenHnry. It wns at this time, whllo adding drink mixing to his list of accomplishments, that people J Hni'rlngton mot Jnmos P, McCnnn, n milllonnlro turfman known among tho sporting fraternity from ono ond lmvo n President who could, if ho.0'"" country to tho othor. McCann would, put through tho roform bills .Introduced hlmsolf to tho "lord" by In short order, and mnko n greater 'mlng him n 950 bill. With this record in hlstorv for his admlnlstrn- .s U8IH, tho pair bocomoa fnst natural crook. From tho ago of 10 to 40 he was not out of prison an entire year at a time. George Fred trick Harrington Is his real name, and he was born at Turnbrldge Wells, England. His first sentence was five yoars for embezzlement. Robbing benofactors seems to have been the principal occupation of the man's life. Of an engaging and nnliBlmd manner, ho made many friends and those ho alwnys robbed and defrauded. He first came to America as Sir Frederick Sydenham Durgoyno, and married Caleste E. Miller, a wealthy Brooklyn woman. After gnining possession of nil her property he dosertod her. In Phila delphia, latter, ho married nnother woman of wealth nnd fnmlly, whom he deserted In Cincinnati on their honeymoon trip. o Proposals. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of J. H. Ackermnn, State HulldlnK. Snlom. Oregon, until 2 o'clock p. m on tho 1st day of Au gust, 1907, nnd then opened for the construction (excepting heating, which will bo let separate) of tho Mechanic Arts School Building, at Corvnllls, Oregon, In accordance with tho drawings nnd specifications, cop ies of which may bo had at the office of J. II. Ackermnn, Salem, Oregon, offlce of E. E. Wilson, Corvnllls, Ore gon, nnd nt tho offlce of the archi tects, Bonnes, Hendricks & Toboy, C7 Lnbbo building, Portland, Ore. Governor G. E. Chamberlain, Chairman. J. II. Ackermnn, Wnlter M. Pierce, W. J. Kerr, Pros. O. A. C, Building Committee. 7-19-20-23-2G-29-31 For Snle. At n bnrgaln, tho Cnndolarla Fruit Farm, situated thrco-fourths of a mllo from tho southern limits of tho city. One-half mllo from electric street car lino. Ono of tho finest locations in Marlon county. A pplendld view of tho beau tiful Wlllamotto rlvor, Polk county, hills, cltv of Dallas, Monmouth, In- dopondonco nnd city of Salem, stnto fair grounds, cnpltol building, asy lum, ponltontlnry, asylum farm, muto school, roform school, Mts. Jefferson, Hood, Adams, Rainier and St. Holons. A good crop now In tho orchard, of chorrics, Bartlctt pears, peaches and Italian prunes. If Eold In tho next ten days tho crop will go with tho salo. This year's crop will moro than pay tho intorost on tho In vestment two years in advance J. G. WRIGHT, 7-2-lm Agent tlou than can possibly bo obtnlnod othorwlBo. Railroad reform Is n vory little subjoct ns against ourrouoy ro form, through tho lack of which tho country Is losing millions yearly, nnd fonlUhly defying disaster. Light In tho Sky. All tliiwo aro serious cousldora- friends nnd McCnnn Instnllod Bnr rlngton ns his prlvnto soorotary. Ono night tho two wont forth on n hunt ing trip In St. Louis county. Thnt wiib on Juno 13, 1903. Dnrrington enmo back nlono nnd tried to tak McCann's placo In tho dead man's home. Suspicion pointed toward the houus "lord" as the bIiivai- nf hu tlons, and thv horUon lino Is not yet bonofnetor. Ho was tried, nnd whIU clear onough for much oiitlmlam. jtho ovldonoo was wliolly clrcutnBtnn- NovortheloM. thnt tho situation la tlnl. It did not roqulro long for tho clonrlng thero Is no doubt, nnd tho jry (0 nrrlve ftt n V(mUct of Bnty calm way In which much that Is A 0f murdor In tho first dure. Since proving Is mot, glvw good evidence (nnt timo niirrinchm niii.i i. i. Notico of Intention to Improve n Portion of Broadway Street In tho City of Salem, Oregon. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: that probably tho worst has been on countered as far na socurltlos nro concerned, burring nlways tho dan ger of this fall's money market. Btun, tluontlal frlonds nnd prominent at tnrnoya has mado a fight for Ufa thnt has oxtendod vainly to tho supreme tribunal of the Fulled tSttf. Now Complete rocovory. howovor. and Jonly Oovornor Folk's clemency and OREGON STATE BANK Jefferson, Oregon Capital $25,000 Bet facilities known to tellable banking offered patrons. Jefferson is a good town, has good stores, good mills, a good bank, and good people. Come and see us. Oregon State Bank J. A. AUPPERLE, PffSJftiMt M. J. CAMPBELL, Cwthkf nigii priced seem still a groat way off. Meantime, tho security markot furnlsho n most attractive field for ' the investor, nnd preferred stocks, convertible bonds, short nnd long J note, ami oven some common i4ooli, make up a wmilth of selee- jtloMt, any of which, It purchased, are sure to produce grout rtwults far tho Investor who will hold thorn. J. S. 1UGHK & CO. Tho Doctor Away from Home When Most NtHMlOtl. Pernio Rra vory muoh dlsnppolnt- ed to llud that thMr family physician U away from homo whon thoy most need his aorvlcos. Disease llko cramp collo and cholera morbus roqulro prompt trwtmonU aad hnvo in many Instance proven fatal beforo medl clno ciMtld bo procured from or a physician BUiutuouoj. Tho right way It is not thought ho wtl' exercise it stand botween DarriHgton ami tho gnllows tlvo dn8 bonce. "Vee, the time Is near at hund.'' said Harrington In his little cell nt the Clayton jnil, "but I urn confident that I will yet be acquitted of this crime of whloh I am nbsoluUly guilt loss boforo God and man. If I should die on tho gallows, it will be because of powerful enemies who havo eought my ruin nnd who have hounded and persecuted me for many year. It I must, I will meet death bravely. I havo nlrondy suffered too much to fear the grim destroyer. The things I havo been called upon to bear are too harrowing to deeorlbo. They are known only to me and to wy God tho God of my faith and the star of my otornal hope who through nil thoso yoars of intonse grief and suf fering has wonderfully sustained. is to keep on hand a bottlo of encouraged and strengthened me. My unamuoriam Colic, Cholera and niftrrh(Hva Remedy No nhvalclan caa procrlb a hotter modlcino for thwo dlsoasoa. By having jt In tho housi you wcapo much pala and uflffcrlng and all rl3t. Buy U now; It may eav life. For aalo by Dr. jStono'fl Drug Store, hnnds nro clean, my conscious clear, aud I shall at loast dlo ns a true Christian nnd a British soldlor should. I am prepared to moot with out fear tho source of all Justice, tte God of my parents, wy childhood and my mature dara." Barrltsgtoa hu been exposed as a Notice Is horoby given that tho common council of tho city of Snlem, Oregon, deems It expedient to im prove, and proposoa to Improve, Brondway stroet In snld city from a point 51 S foot south of tho contor lino of Bolmont stroot, northorly to tho centor lino of Norway stroet In snld city, oxcopt a strip eight foot wldo In tho contor of said portion of Broadway stroet now occuplod by tho track of the Orogon Electric Co., with full Intersections in tho follow ing mnnnor, to-wlt: Jiy grading tho roadway of said portion of said stroot full width ex cept a said strip eight feet wide In tho center of said portion of snld stroot, with full Intersections to the propor sub-grado, and by thoroughly rolling tho sub-grado of said street nnd by placing thereon orushed rock In layers to the depth of eight Inches, and by thoroughly rolling said orushod rock. Mao by constructing wooden curbs along both sides of said portion of sntd street. All of said Improvements to be made in accordance with the charter of tho city of Salem, Oregon, and the plans, BiwwMcatlons and ostlmates for tho doing of said work.herotofore nuoptod by the common council of gatd city and how on file In the olllce of the recorder of said city, to whloh said plans, speclneationa mid n mates the attention of all persons ln torosted In said improvement Is here by oallod. The coet of all of said Improve ment to bo nsseesed to tho owners of property adjacent to said portion of said street hereby proposed to bo Improved. Remonstrancos against the abovo Improvement may bo filed In wrltlne with tho olty recorder of 8ald city within ton days from the final Dubll- catlon of this notice. By order of tho common council of tho city o! Salem. Oroimn J W. A MOORES, Recorder. Date of final publication of this QOtlca U July 2$, 1907. 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