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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TIIUII8IIAV, DECEMIlKIt 0, 1007.
I Mill! - - MAGNITUDE OF THE BREWING BUSINESS STEEL AND IltON WORKS, ROLLING MILLLS AND IlLAST FUR XAOtiS COMIUN10D, AND COTTON GOODS FACTORIES ONLY TWO INDUSTRIES IN UNITED STATES WITH MORE CAPITAL INVESTED, i KEEP DRY TO 5TAV WELL HERE Advico of Noted Authority, Also Gives a Simple Home Prescription For tho Trouble Now Is tho time when tho doctor gets busy, and tho patontl modlclno manufacturers reap tho harvest, un less great care is taken to dress warmly and keep tho foot dry. This Tho following communication ap- industry Is in operation. It Is thore penred In tho Oregonlan of Sunday fore apparent that an investment of. lngt. ialmost G00, 000,000 is at tho mercy ' ... ,, it of tho "so-cnllod" temperance move- Salem, Or., Nov. 29.-(To tho mont wfcftt wouW be the offect f Editor.) Pew persons havo oven a an industry of -this macnltudo were very dim conception of tho mngnl- utterly destroyed for destroyed it ,s tho advico of an old ominont nu tudo of tho browing business and tho would bo if prohibition woro on-tHorIty' wno 8nys nnt Rheumatism Important factor It ia today in the forced. Tho destruction of this oneand Kidney troublo weather s hero, commercial and industrial llfo of industry would leave in its wako ajaml a,BO tolli what to do ln c of this country. It Is very doubtful If trail of desolation In which tho nn attack. tho avorago consorvativo business wrecks of a Bcoro or more other in- Got irom nn Za proscription man would for a singlo instance on-'dustrlos, Involving hundreds of more pharmacy one-half ounco Fluid counigo nny movomont or tho pass-'millions of dollars would bo strewn. I Extract Dandelion, ono ounco Com ing of any legislation that throatona 'Among these latter industries would, nol,nd Knrgon, three ounces Corn tho destruction of tho browing In-'bo tho cooporngo manufacture, tho Pound Syrup Sarsaparllla. Mix by dnBtry if ho realized tho disastrous1 gin8a and bottll factories, Ico ma-Bnnk,n ,n a bottlo nnd tako a teu bTow such action would be to tho chlnory manufacture, tho hop Indus- spoonful nftor meals and at bed-pi-ogress nnd wolfaro of tho business try, tho bnrloy Industry, tho mnlt,t,m0' world at largo. 'industry, brass nnd copper supply Just try this slmplo homo-mndo "When a, pooplo as n whole aro houses and manufacture, beor hot- mixture t tho first Blgn of Rhoumn Wosporous ithon is tho tlmo whon'tling mnchlnory manufactories and tism, or if your back aches or you -Msms," fads nnd extreme ideas re-'mauv other industries directly and focl that tho kldnoys aro not noting ont'iniiirnfitlv connected with tho brow- Just right. This Is said to bo a Bplcn- AMERICA'S PRECIOUS STONES Turquoises Lend in Numbers Opals to SpoM Our Luck. Feu So far as Is known at present thjs continent is not very liberally Btip pliod with precious stones. Statis tics in tho United States wero not gathorod Until 1899, when tho cen sus bureau announced at $188,807 tho value of tho output of precious stones for that year. Tho latest report on tho Bubject la that of 1902, when tho output reach ed $328,450. This does not include tho haphazard picking up of Btonos by stray Bookers after thorn, so that the real crop of gems is probably more important than tho figures show. According to the statistics from 189C to 1902, diamonds woro found in only thrco of thoso years, 300 ln 1899, 150 in 1901 and 100 in 1902. a somewhat significant decrease. Since tli at time .tho alleged Arkan sas diamond field has como into no tlco and tho lending Item of tho list will again havo figures instead of tho singlo word "nono" sot opposite coivo their greatest encouragement indirectly connected with tho brow- dld kidney regulator, and almost cor- or nrn irnon-nnrnrotiiv nn tiinnrrnr. i ,. ..,.. ,, . w....0..v ,.,u iiiibiiiusa. . losBly allowed to grow ond flourish. I u can bo readily seen that tho do- tnln remody for all forms of Rheu Only nftor liarm has boon dono doc Istructlon would roach nearly a bll- mutism, which Is caused by uric calm Judgmout como to tho surfaces' uon dollars, nnd yet thoro nro a vast ac,(I ,n tho blood, which tho kid to tnko in tho serious nnturo of tho numbor of apparently consorvativo-, n0t,s fa" to fl,tor out. Any ono can result. 'ly-mlndcd people" who alt back nnd'cnslly prcparo this at homo nnd at L,atoiy tiioro lias been a spirit of complocontly watch tho spread of a Bnnu cost. destruction passing ovor this conn- movement that has for Us very ob- try under tho gulso of roform. In joct tho totnl destruction of so vnlu- A Memory of n Lost Delight, mnny instnncoa theso roform movo-ino0 nn asset affecting tho futuro A flroplnco anyono may havo, and monts woro JuBtlflablo, but in othors 'continuation of tho progress nnd to ,n0 tho wonder is thnt our clvlllza thoy had their conception, bocuuso of',)ro8,)crny 0f n nation. it,on has abolished the vory bouI from Ilogrnnt abuses, in individual cases, I Doos any ono for a moment linng our northern homos. Flro Ib no and Instead of attempting to cur jno that tho financial condition of longar tho Joy of tho housohold, but thoso nbiiHOH a course is pursued that ti,j3 country would romnin unrufilod tho slavo, Imprisoned in tho collar, hna for Ita object tho total destruc- iurlns tho wiping out of a billion- 'Ah, but It was dollclous, whon tho tlon or everything directly or Imll-'dollar Investment? Imnglno tho cut- oll fashioned family sat together In rectly, remotoly or othorwlso con-"tmg oft ftt ono blow tho annual salo tho great kltchon around tho hugo nectod with tho snld abuse. l()j 5500,000,00 or moro of ninnu-iflrl,,nc0, A" tho ovenlng wo told So It Ib In tho enso of tho browing fncturod' products! In wiping out a Tories, nto doughnuts, drank cldor, IsuBlmssH. Hocnuso of a non-onrorco- market for tho solo of $200,000,000 al1 tho t,mo Paring apples and hnng mont of tho ndmlnlstrntlvo powort) Worth of agricultural and other raw ,nP tho long festoons of qunrt'ora of n commonwealth or community, uroducts; In forcing Into Idleness from tho bonms. But tho dear llttlo iow (uvoh mo auowou 10 exist an hundrods of thousands of dosorvlng ,n'i"or, sno u was who ioiu mo neat thrive. Uocauso somo persons will I omployos, nnd In cutting off $100,- Blor,08 wlillo sho was knitting muf- 000,000 from tho revonuo of our nnv"ore anu 80C18' or monainij our won- tlonal govornmont. Is thoro any law of God or man that justlflos an notion which monns worn clothing. Thoro woro no par tors nt all in thoso days, and as for thrummed pianos, wo had not yet nbUBO drinking nnd turn thomBOlvos Into drunken sots, prohibition Ib nd vocntod nn a euro-all. Ilowovor, It Is not tho piirposo of tho wiitor to discus prohibition tit this tlmo, but to Bhow to tho pooplo at largo what ,,B(ml!mi I1B WCMll(, llo ,,. nBO if nro. ost ond ' drowsy, wo lcnolt ono roHiilt would bo If tho country j,lbltlon had Its way and woro on- thankod God for llfo and lovo and jiiomo. uur minus una nous ana trundlo bods woro nil In closo prox- Buoh absolute destruction nnd con-lnonr(1 of thorn. At 9 o'clock, Iron and forcod In this country? -mloptod prohibition. According to tho Unttod Stntos volutin report for 19 0B, tho capital of courtio, tho writer anticipate imity, and from ovory ono of thorn Invostod In tliltt oountry'n grontewt Hmt tho Prohibitionist will cnll at-Wo could rso tho flamos, still Jump- lnduHtrlo ar ns follew: tontlon at once to tho millions of lag up tho ohlmnoy wlillo tho big Hrowlnif and malt dollars that tho psoplo of this conn- firolog was slowly oaton througli. hou ..'. $Rfi3,R70,99(J try might tnve If thay did not pur-'Thoro was not ono mllllonnlro In nil Jrnu and iHodl mlllH. blast fiiruaoou, stool worloi, and rolling mills oaii,327,sao Cotton goods 0X3,110,01)5 Lumlinr mid tlmbtr ohaso tho product made by tho brow-Jt'o world, and Indood wo woro not lute Industry. Thoy would claim suoh worrtod ovor tho affair. Fiom it uboIoss oxpondlturo. Thoy would forgot thnt tho hand that pays for tho product Is by no moans tho snmo hand thnt Is employed In bringing products B17.221.12S the produot Into oxlstenco. Tho man Flour mikI grist mill wj,0 ,myg f0l. tho product doos o produots 8flK.117.4XI voluntarily yet tho Prohibitionist Tnpor, "to 277.144,47.1 by law would provont him from ox- Agrlciiltiu-al ImplomeuU 190.740.700 orclslng this privilege. The man Slaughtering and moat wno Knns his llvollhood In produo- imckhiK 219.818.027 jB ho ,)ro,iuct, the Prohibitionist Tho ntiovo coinpnratlvo statoniont would rQb of hls rlght to oarn n Uv. Is cltod in orI(r to show tho position iB nnil jospoll his proporty- intor tho browing Industry holds among ost AU thjg ht would ilo ,n tUo tho most Important commorolal fac- ilnmo 0f jnWt tors of tho country. It stands today MlMoh ,noro could be said pro nnd ns tho third great Industry, na far as oon upon th!a po,nt of tho 8ubj0r.t, capital Invoked In concornod. In tho 1)Ut nrtor nll ,8 tnla nml d0IJ0( thQ Unltotl States. This table can ba fnpt remains that Prohibition would verified by any skeptical porson by w,po out of oxi8t0noe all tho millions sending for Ilullotln No. 57, Census n3 8tnt0(1 horotofor0i and wouW oth. of Manufacturers, ln 1905. orvv.,80 ra,80 tho lmvoo that wou,d Any porson ut all convorsnnt with ,mturally follow as n matter of buslneaa affairs knows -that the capl- courso. m u3 place, for a monotnry tal Invostod In tho browing bustnojs nnd industrial standpoint, what do la dono so pormanontly, Tho Invost- wn "Around tho Flropluco," by K. P. Powoll, In Tho Outing Magazine for Docombor. SHE OUOHT TO KNOW. mont has vory llttlo value unloss tho I. P. Rogers, Pros. E. W. Hazard, Cashlor, D. W, Eyro, Ass't Cashier. The Salem State Bank Capital $50,000. Haruings, $10,000. rrnusaots n Gonoral Danklng Duslnoss, Amplo Itosourcos. Excoptlouul Fnollltlos, Courteous Treatment, and Absoluto Safety warrants us ln Inviting tho nc .ouuts of cotiBervatlvo Instltu .Ions and Individuals who pre fer tho LARGEST MEASURE DF SAFETY to oxtromo rato f lntorest on deposits, F. G. DECKEnACII. K Mai'kiimn on Mlvod Metaphors. Edwin Mnrham, at a dlnnor, said of mixed motaphers: '"When I was teaching In Los Angeles I used to road ovory wook a llttlo country pa por whoso editor's motaphors woro an unfailing Joy to mo. Once, I ro mombor, this editor wrote of a con cen con temeorary: 'Thus the black llo. Issuing from his baso throat, bocomod a boomornng in his hand, and. hoist ing him by his own potard. loaves hlni a mnrkod man for life.' Ho said In an nrtlclo on homo llfe: 'The faithful watchdog or his wlfo, stand ing at tho door, welcomos tho ma? tor liomo with an honest bark.' In an obituary of a farmer ho wrote ,'Tho race was run at last. Like a tired stood, ho crossed the harbor bar, and, casting nsldo whip and 'spur, lay down upon that bourne from which no trnvolor returns." o OATOIIIA.. Bmj tie 8 ft" naw Ala's flight The Lady Mentioned as the Rride-to-lio Denim Story, (Unitod Press Loasod WIro.) Portland, Dee. 5. Tonight's Ev ening Journal will stato that tho causo of the sudden doparturo of Forost Smlthson, world champion hurdlor and track nthloto of nation al reputation, from Ynlo collogo yes torday Is duo to tho fact that ho ih soon to bo married to Miss Josophlno Behor, of ForoBt Grove, Oregon. Miss Bobor denies tho report. HOW ABOUT HAMS ? Another shipment of thoso fancy Mistletoe Hams Just arrived. Everyone that has tried .them aro highly pleased. Thoy aro made of young choice hogs only. Fancy Eastern Break fast Bacon The Kind You LiUe Country sausage and loins to day. A drivo in applos. Choice for 75e, the best $1.00, Homemade mincomeat, the kind you like, 15c. YOU CAN Get frosh broad and dough nuts. The best homemade cakes, pies, cookies, salt ris ing bread. We Give Yoa Prompt Service ROTH & GRABER 110 Stato Phouo 30 It. Most of tho precious stones ro ported hnvo wolrd and unheard of names, such as prohnlto and dlop- sldc. But In tho numbor found tur quoises lend tho rest with 130,000 roportod. Next comes sapphires, 1115,000 of which woro found ln 1902. Thoro wero 30,000 tourmalines, 1200 cryBtnl quartz specimens, and oven 2000 anthracite ornnmonts woro found worthy to bo included In tho roport. Thoro wero 1000 omor alds nnd 4000 boryls, but tho sad stato of tho opldoto and tho diopsldo huntors may bq Inferred from tho fact that tho dlscovorics of those stones fell from 250 in 189G to none in 1902. Neither, alas, woro thoro any prohnltos or utnhlltcs. No wonder this Is a lucky country If wcnrlng opals has anything to do with it. In 1902 only flftcon woro found, nnd during tho thrco preced ing yonrB wo apparently sportod nono nt all. At least nono woro dis covered In our possession. o llniulo Cloth in China. Tho Introduction of ramie cloth into England and othor countries Iiiib cngngod tho attention of exports nil ovor tho world for sovoral years pnst, but It Ib only vory rocontly that nny ronl success has boon attained. Itamlo Is woll known nn a China grass, and grown In unlimited qunn tltlos nil ovor 'tho country. It Is used In raw stato by tho Chinese for tho manufacture of a coarso cloth, ropo, etc. Tho groat difficulty has boon tho softonlng nnd dogummlng of tho flbor, which hns rondorod It almost Impossible to wonvo n pure ramlo warp. A process has boon dlscovorod by W. MoGrogor Smith (woll known ln Shnnghnl and tho oast gouornlly for ovor B0 yoarrf, and tho father of tho sugar Industry In China), who, on Soptombor 20, gnvo a successful demonstration, In tho presence of a numbor of Shanghai gontlomon, of tho process, by moans of which ths ramlo flbor, direct from tho market, bocomes a soft fllasso. far suporlor to cotton yarn nnd vory much llko silk Tho process lasts hut ten min utes and Is most simple. Tho ramlo Is first placed In a vei- sol containing boiling hot water, to which Is added somo secret compo sition, and aftor boiling four and ono-hnlf minutos It is washed, bloach od and thoroughly degummed. Tho fiber comes out almost snow whlto and, as stated before, is vory much llko silk. Tho fiber is not in the loast injured by tho process, but rather strengthened, and It is Bald (to bo ton times moro durable than cotton. Specimens of ramie mixed with cotton, wool nnd Bilk wero exhlbltod, In addition to the pure ramie threads and cloth. Ramie can bo successful ly dyod without tho least injury to tho flbor. Tho cotton market at present be ing so uncertain and subject to so muoh "cornering" and silk being scarce and high, ramlo would appear to havo a great future, and It will doubtless In tlmo play an important part In the clothing of tho world It has been repeatedly tested in mixing with cotton nt tho Yu-slng cotton mill in Shanghai, under the direction of Thomas Currlo, a capable spinner from Oldham, Lancaster. The olowlng letter from him, written In Shnnghnl In September, will speak for itself: "The yarn contains 50 per cent of ramlo or China-grass fiber and 50 per cent cotton and has been spun entirely on cotton-mill machinery. I do not consider this a good sam ple of what a mixture of 50 per cent ramie and 50 per cent cotton is cap able of, as the noils wero cut by haod not even enough to mix with tho short cotton staples, and I worked the sample throughout on the first r; I!!I5J ",m TOILET At 15 Cents IjJ SOAP RED CROSS PHARMACY, '.& Wo havo a largo amount of tho An.w , !Sntlt .Mint nrn hmm ...,..- . . " Jer7n. t.- :;;;rr,.:. .uBa toofror kmC? m "UU1' a " "" u,uas arucio, retailing nt 3bc T pr'w' Per box. I i Your Choice for Only I "utxl mw auuMAi mis WEEK Tuberose Bounuph Swoot v . " ' ""w, vjiycernie, $J nose uc uranada, Savon Iris Blanc, Jockey Club, Violet De Granada, Union IkH TlilS lq tint. II ailtWtll. micnl.ntin.l . ... our roKii or stock. """tl machlno hat doffed, Irrcspoctlvo of counts or hunk. "I am positlvo from my oxporlenco with ramlo that it can ho successful ly mlxod with all Amorlcnn cotton nnd will Improvo the strongth and ovonnoss of tho product whon judi ciously mixed, and tho only addi tional expense to cotton-mill ma chinery will bo n cheap cutting ma chlno thnt may bo doslgnod by any onglnoor." Thoro Ib at prosont an unllniltod supply of tho fiber and an unlimited demand, nnd tho Industry should provo ono of tho blggost In China. To compnro tho probablo prlcot, ramlo will bo put on tho market at a slightly higher cost thnn cotton, while, compared with tho prlco of silk, It will bo somo ten tlmos chonp- or. A locnl company Is about to ho floated In China for tho purposo of acquiring McGrogor Smith's procob for Clilnn, Japan and Coron. Mr. Smith Is ulso tho Invontor of a de corticating machine, ths rights of which tho company will ulso acquire. Shanghai Moroury. m- ii MM I " -T ALFALFA AND niUXxl Diet Vegetarian Crank, & jjJ to Sample Xtit, Thnt alfalfa will ehj uoa as a bread stuff utttfrfi of prominent men la Ike Eisjl a groat feed, he dc!arn.ui on to ny. "It will not ba lottud loavos and stems will u Into n meal and aldltttmlill a great measuro tale th i milk la a well-balanced dK Ikl a man will not think UizM audi food for hlmiellut! hut It can bo made rtrj ; It may to some extent Ui nlaco of corn bread II fata son a scarcity of broid ill occur In tho United Stitatu should go up cxtrentlUjI llnvn that nlfatfn hrPllil! used pretty oxtemlre'r rm course, that tho alfalfa cn a failure at the sawtaiJ sod8 could not be wiif would be too rich tnP tomnch He would MM tho meal mado from ti . .V. . ..UUI Womon with cood eomnloxlons nr Is the stem ana uewni- nnvnr .linmnU. rinml lilnnd mil Up 1)0 USWl ....i iJi t .w.u wamilv TIia nredlcKlon ll W ftwuu i:uiiliiu.lilin. jjiinv n i"""" blond A'l.D V Mem ii e ..--- "- " - - - i Modlclno makes good druggists sell It for 25 cents. Missouri Is r Traislij of 0 ' Lore & ' Should this couple Marry v umu w 0rfMtiiH earnest" and bo happy together through We. ,1 , nn,inff tastes and asplr"! uiuucy ui mnuBu ,.. "' ' -I,.. Imoos$ib!e' P" dlsllkos that would render aome- -.., ,tfS.S to hear Mrs. Jean Morris Hills, Christian w"7"MltlilM ".,; ejhi her colobrated lecture "Mairimuu,. -- EJj , Mn BonsnHnimi hut nractlcal common sense f fi plain how to tell tho signs of lovo in the W toll a flirt, a joalous minded or a real loving g and right, and bo (0 B13J will explain courtships, wrong ana nb- .dwee wr mothor-ln-law. Coupl- Pf jd -J-,, J matcn-maKing buiuuuui;, .-.. - tif jn.. r,. i ii vnmlnntIon3 ClV6n OW "....-..(lU ...... . . -.t .iOQhtB chance l0 . ..t a Christian churcn. uonni'- saturf' read by a truly competent phrenologist. TiA Ellis will lecture on the "Signs of Character shake, walk, etc. R r "Yots Will Ag . .KHSf" . fll " A I LnrWIUl "" " . m I mine ana ou .. .ni u. Wo are ready, y- neat cie - i YOU ALL our claims as to Ipse8t , It's or wou " ,at V laundry work. It n baBdle ' $fi i.R tn do It. Sonu --. ,e w--t call for It and 70. l S '- .... .TT.Trtjv Is a iauu" STEAM UA.ui" - 1jf to now." . TS0JMJ . -. ttihtiTdV CUptTsJ SALEM J-AUww-.ijpp PHONE 25