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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1008.
- smp" H1 u h r i linrn r I11! 5 d 9le prlw v lltTtfo -. yd embroideries, sjiorica "V tftoWdcrte, i'Bri "t- i1"' KA Vll l.topnca r - jjj jriw v CirililS Kiriaf,K yds. long, ,S& price iop " Anitti.1 8 long, Ism price CO I"1 UHnlotf, J 'ds long, ;h( 754 ir tltS nloM, special good ii'jcf. Baio pnco ....yo; i" nke Baio pnco j.aar &SI KlU Mprtco .$1.15 sult .$1.25 lt 'urssiiu, &t price . itW nlti, M prlco $1-50 s'r MS tllU, k' price S2 50 "" Mud End, Suits Half Price. tLH oatlng flannel gowns to price 75i IttM (toelette wrappers, SS price ....75( ICtt liken underskirts, to price S5 pOisa fleeced underwonr, I,.". r . ty Hfif" !ve flew "d underwear, Iftnt 20 Via 'Or flj fed underwear, rirs nrA IEIIV.IL OF TUT. DEAD 1 rtlde Food uiul Clothos fa Edurnlng Ghosts. katw0f tho Yukon river ro- niwiiTai or the dead ov- (ItWtr fftltlrat at lntil. nr l'n, At thesr seasons food, pWfothe are provided for Wwibj ghosts In the club- "NiftUfiiu... ...n.i , ... 'S? m tha AN1.tnn ...lfc. .11 Ijfe v 'uwu nun oil y Ertrr man or woman who fr,Rd 8(a I Wkkh the dead one used l.tatri. .1... im 'ne C'UODOUM. The I i'.h seal oil. are kept "' nd night uiKU the ' w They are believed m lhades on their return riTwEorae and bark aunin tA E. " lh9 dd If aay ono PWnpaiamp In the club- - w ep ,f burning, the g sot find K8 way t0 th0 L7 w W0l"d misa the feasi. E5- d that to deemed kWo nisJmeBt tkat could 7? W him After the nutloa to the dwd have 5i.. , ol 10a Irom vZ 'T !t dawa s an - aae TJ,n each its.... " " ' noor so warnp iM . i-. a ' - T tlYd lh ,rtul1 l-tf . ,00d tBd w Bk (U Iia m mai..: .oa WUh li i.4 .. '" Iet eotneg to ! c.r I ,r Wil ' - The ,UBcers Ni,rJ?!r one t r .v a,r datB by . "H fcsift --i.,,. iul &o &"' WT TL.. ! or a aZTUcleaaare 'beats. The lL kite fitiek te'Suils & GKEliJNMlM iliNDATION OF CLEARANCE SALE 0 SPRING GOODS JUST IN AT SALE PRICES Staples 10c heavy outlnc flannel, Salo prlco 7 10c flannelettes, Salo price 7 12 &c blue twilled shirting, Salo prlco 9 Calicoes, Salo prlco 3 Callcoca, Salo price 5 40-lnch porcalo, Salo prlco ..." 9 Bleached muslin, Sdoprico 6 25o red tablecloth", Salo prlco . . . ; 15$ 38c Turkey rod tablecloth, Salo prlco 25$ 2Gc largo Turkish towel, Salo price 8$ Dost 5c handkerchiefs, Salo prlco . . ,4. 3$ 15c and 12V4o sllkollnes, Salo prlco 10$ Boys' overalls, Salo prlco 25$ Boys' double sent and knoos, Salo prlco 50$ 25c shawls, Salo prlco 19$ yd yd yd yd yi yd yd yd yd ca ert yd pr pr en Men's List 25c BUBpcndcrs, Salo prlco 15$ pr $1.00 holiday suspomlors, Salo prlco 50$ 1" $2.00 hats, Salo prlco $1-25 -' 50c undonvoar, Salo prlco 40$ " ?1.25 wool underwear, Srlo prlco 95$ Mn's $1.00 nightshirts, SMo prlco 50$ Men's 25c hoavy wool jocK3 . Rpln nrlnn "I fA 19$ 9 - " a--. ........ $2.00 shoo, Srlo prloe, , $2.25 shoos, .$1.65 Salo prlco $1.75 Children's $1.35 shoos, Snlo prlco $1-00 Moil's $1.00 dross -shirts, 35c or 3 for $1-00 some one who will sacrifice to their spirit mid chlldloss people gonornlly adopt children loat tholr shndee be forgotton at the festivals. Now York Tribune. A Our0 for Misery. "I havo found a euro for tho mls ory malaria poison producoa," say3 R. M. James, of Louellcn, S. C, "It's called Electric Bitters, 'and comos In 50 cent bottles. It breaks up a caso of chills or a bilious attack in nlmo3t no time; and it puts yellow Jaundice dean out of commission." This groat tonic mediclno and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach, livor and kidney complaints and the mlsory of lamo back. Sold under guarantee at J, 0. Perry's drug store. -o- A Peculiar Cold. Sims Roovos had been announced to sing at a small public dinner a: which Dickens presided, and, as happened not Infrequently, Sims Roevos had something the matter with his throat and was unable to attond. Dickons announced this, and tho announcement was received with a goneral laugh of incredulity. This made Dickens very angry, -and ho roso manfully to the defense of the delinquent. "My frlond, Sims, Reeves." ho sald quietly, "regroU hU Inability to fulfill his engage ment owing," he added, with caustlc severity, "to an unfortunately amus ing and highly facetious cold." Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil. Better than old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people, delicate children, weak run-down persons, and after sickness, colds, coughs, bronchitis and all throat and king troubles. Try it on our G. W. PUTNAM CO. PILES 20 Yeats Cvted For 50c. Bed-Ridden From Piles, Massachu setts Mhn Is Cured by Wonder ful Pyramid Rile Cure. Send fop n Frw Trial Pnckngo Today. ., I had piles for 20 years. I was so bad for months at a timo as to bo unablo to walk. Having a friend who lost his llfo by an operation, I desisted from over having that ex periment tried on me. "I tried tho samplo of Pyramid Pilo Cure you sent me, and then bought a 50-cent box. Tho results woro immediate and surprising to mo, I assuro you. "Its speedy action also makes tt extremely favorablo for Impatient people. I am yours sincerely, Geo. H. Bartlctt, Mattapan, Mass. Tho moment you begin to uso Pyramid Pilo Cure, your piles begin to leavo you, and Itching and pnin bogln to disappear. It heals all sores ulcers and irritated parts. It is put up in tho form of suppositories and is easy to usTj. A trial treatmont will bo sent you at onco by mnll, In plain, sealed wrapper, without a cont of exponso to you, if you Bend your name and address to Pyramid Drug Co., 140 Pyrumld Building, Marshal, MIclh. After you rccolvo tho sample, you can got a rogular slzo packago of Pyramid Pilo Cure at your druggists for 50 cents, or if ho hasn't it, send us the money and wo will send It to you. o Lmvson as n Prophet. "Copper Is not such a dlfllc-ull thing to undorstnnd when ono has spent a llfo In It, as I have." Tho. W. Lawson. "I do not bollovo coppor will soil for loss than substantially 15 Vi conts for flvo yonr3 from April 1, 1003." T. W. U, October, 1902. What happened: From August, 1903, until August 1904, coppor sold botwoon 12 nnd 14 conts, and then , "Copper will bronk suddenly to lowest price in recent yours." T. W. L., June 15, 1905, at tho 15-cent lovol. What hnpponed: Copper Vose steadily for 21 months, to 25 conts, tho hlghost prlco slnco '73; nnd then "Tho high prloo of coppor is p certainty." T. W. L Docembor, 1900, at tho 23-cent lovol. What happened: Copper fell pre cipitously lnsoven months to 11 conts. By Frank Faynnt, In Suc cess. millitHBMMM'' IlKCIl'H FOR COLDS Mix half pint of good whis key with two ounces of gly crrlno and nJd ono-hnlf ounce concentrated oil of pine. Tho bottlo is to be wall shaken each timo and usod in dosos of n tenspoonful to a tablespoonful vory four hours. Tho Con- centraUd oil of plno comos in one-half ounoe vials packd in tin screw top onsos which J aro intended to protoot it from Unlit nnd rotaln all the orig inal ozono. Don't me bulk 1 ill of pine or imitations of Concentrated. They aro Insol unblo and work havoc to the kidneys. Any druggist has the Concentrated oil of plno. Concentrated oil of pine is ho result of mnny years x- , porlmentlng by one of Phila delphia's foremost doctors X who aftor ondlesa rosearch at lust soourcd a truly soluable on ot pine, so muR ui i got the roal thing. It a!o raakHi an oxoellont aalve to be appliod externally on the ohwt or brulsod parts. For this purpose a teaspoonful of the rrw oil U aoueu io a wuwnui of hot lard. Largo Doing. On Long Island a hundred and more yoars ago there was fox hunt ing for three "days during the aea ann and th biography of Catherine Schuyler oontalns the following ajt Unas from tho neu of a witty wom an whose name remain unknewn: a fnv t killed by twenty men. That fox perhaps had killed a hea. A gallant act no doubt is nere. aii wink Ail foxes ought ta fear . When twenty dogs and twenty men Can kill a fox that kiuoa a nen. o VOTE ON EIGHTEEN MEASURES IN JUNE Not lees than IS measures will bo considered fund or the Initiative and referendum by tho voters at the polls in June, in addlton to their task of electing officials. Initiative petitions proposing measures must bo filed with the secretary of stato not later than next Friday, January 31. Each of those petitions is required to have at lea3t 7400 signatures. Four laws enacted by the last legislature will be subjected to tho roforondum. Eight amendments to the constitu tion will bo considered, ono of which was submitted by tho legislature, and seven by petition. Six bills pro posed by Initiative petitions will com plete tho list of questions to be de cided by tho voters in Juno, Two of theBo bills are for tho reg ulation of salmon flshng on the Co lumbia river, nnd nro in conflict. One provides that there shall bo no fishing with wheols on tho Co lumbia abovo tho mouth of tho San dy river, t Tho other permits such fishing, but provides for a closed Ben son, prohlbts salmon fishing on Sun day and restricts tho gill ncttcrs in tho slzo of tholr nets. Ono of tho most Important of tho mensurs Is tho bill to extend itho powers of tho Port of Portland and lmprovo tho Columbia rlvor, tlu bar, tho pilot s crvlco and tho tug sorvce. Tho bills passed by the legislature on which the referendum has been In voked are: To Incronso tho annual approprlo tlon for tthc Stato Unlvorslty to $125,000. To rcqulr tho railroads to Issue pascos to all state, district and county officials. To glvo shorlffs exclusive contrcl of count yprlsoners. Amondmonts to tho constitution for which petitions havo boon filed or arc being circulated are: To Incronso tho number of judgen of tho Supremo Court from throo to flvo (by tho loglBlnturo.) To glvo political partlos propor tionate representation in the legis lature. To provldo for tho recall of public ofllolals and for the oloctlon or tholr suoocseors. To. tako from tho district attorney the power of lndiotmont and vest It oxoluolvoly In grand Juries. To oxempt certain proporty from tnxatlon. To provont the loglslnturo from amondlng or repeating inltlatod laws by tho stato grange To glvo oaoh olty or town tho solo right to regulate Its business housoi, theater and tho llko, on Sunday. To oxtond suffrngo to womon. Petitions for tho following bills havo boon lllod or nro bolng olroulat od: The corrupt prnctloe not, limiting the amount of monoy oandldntos may expend for campaign oxpenios. By U' Ror. Requiring nil loglslatlvo candidates to subscribe to Statement 1. By tho peopl- of Wasco county. Prohibiting tho fishing for salmon nnr sturgeon In tho Columbia rlvsr above the Sandy. By tho Astoria fisher mon. Restricting tho amount of fishing gear on tho Lower Columbia and pro vldlng a woekly and an annual closed season, By tho flshormen of the upper Columbia. Enlarging tho powers of tho port of Portland in tho interost of bettor navigation on tho lowor Willamette and Columbia rlvors. By tho peo ple of Multnomah county. Too Much Face. You feel as if, you had ono face too many when you havo Neuralgia. Don't you? Savo tho face, you may need it; but got r.!d of tho neuralgia by applying Ballard's Snow Lini ment. Finest thing in tho world for rheumatism, neuralgia, burns, cuts, sca'ds, lalno baok and pains. For salo by all druggists. flrleff jik n Schoolboy. Grieg, the noted composer, was not a pattern sohoolboy. In a de scription or his days at school ho wrete: "Knowing that by arriving late I would not be allowed to onter the claae until tho end of the first ieeeon. I usod, on wet mornings, to aUAd under a dripping roof until 1 wag soaked to tho skin. Tho master then sent rno home to ohango my clothe, but the distance being lone thie was equivalent to giving mo a dispensation. You may guess hat r played this prank pretty often, but when at laBt I carried it so far a to come one day wet through, though It had hardly rained at all. they bo came suspicious and kept a lookout. One fine day I waa caught and made an Intimate acquaintance with the birch "St. James' Gazette, An Old Friend in aNew Dress In announcing the conversion of the SALEI STATE BANK into the National system, under the title of the United States National Bank And the Increasing of Banking Capital to $100,000 Wo wish to thank our customers who havo mado it desirable to do this, and oxpross a hope for a contlnuanco of tho pleasant relations hcrotoforo establlBhod. Wo assuro thorn tho samo care ful and courteous .treatmont accorded them In tho past. Bolng in condition to tako on and caro for now business wo confidently solicit a sharo or tho wholo of tho bank accounts of now customors, a .thoughtful consideration of your requirements is 4 assured. Our Board of Directors, Financo Committee nnd officials nro composed of solid business men ot Salem, known for kcon busi ness Insight, whoso rlpo oxporionco nnd clear Judgmont havo mado this bnnk what it is today, an absolutely safo depository, an in stitution to which you can intrust your funds without tho slight os hesitation. United States National Bank J. P. ROGERS, President G. W. Ere, Vice Prcs. C W. HAZARD, Cashier D. W, EYRE, Ass't Cash. READY TAILORED FOR WELL DRESSED MEN. $20 TO WHITE BRONZE MONUMENTS Nover chip, crack tnrnlsii, moss or corrode. Tho inly kind that nover nood cleaning. For tho truth of tho abovo seo thorn in nil tho Snlom and many ot tho coun- ;jygg22 somo of thum have been theiofo, ?2 yoars, It you want tho vorybjst at living pIct'. call on ornddiess 458 Mill St. Phono 12SI, Salem, 0. T. II. WAIT. DR. KDM WONDERFUL CHINESE DOCTOR Will treat you with Oriontal herbs and euro any dlseaso without opera tlon or pain. Dr. Kum Is known everywhere In Salem, and has cured many promi nent people hero. Ho has lived in Salem for 20 years, and can bo trust ed. Ho uses many medicines un known to whlto doctors, and wltb them can cure catarrh, asthma, lung troubles, rehumatlsm, stomach liver and kidney diseases. Dr. Kum makes a specialty of dropsy and female troubles. His rem edles euro private disease when e erythihg else fails. Ho has bun dreds of testimonials, and gives con sulfation free. Prices for medicine very moderate. Persons in tho coun try can wrlto for blank. Send stamp. If you want some extra fine tea, got it from. us. DR. KUM nOW WO CO.' WHERE? Si' JOHN HUGHES CO. For All Kinds of Spray Material Liae, Salsfaer, Blue Vilrkl Etc PKICE8 TWK LOWMiT. taSsS rltfft 'iSw1 tt CLOTHES PRICE RANGE $4Q) HOT ROLLS FOR HRKAKFAST. Or dainty llttlo dlnnor rolls that will tompt tho nppotlto ot tho most fastidious, Is tho kind we servo ov ory day whon orderod. Breadstuffs, light, whlto nnd dellolous, is our upoolalty, as well as tho riahost, flucHt cakeB, and pastry. Whon you want to onjoy your meals order your breadstuffs from CAPITAL 1IAKKKY 130 Court Street Phono 380 MIMI M MM I .THIS WIK8ENT 18 AS GOOD A TIMK AS ANY TO TKST Til 13 MB. ITS OI-' KPPLKY'S PICIIFKCTION ItAKINCJ POWD13R. IT IS PUT UP IN GLASS JAI18, MANUFACTURED RIGHT HE UK IN SALEM, AND SOLD HY ALD LKADINO GROCERS AND DEAT ERS. ITS USE WILL INSURB SATISFACTORY RESULTS. WiH bm