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DAILY OAPI I'AL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNK 37, 1008
4 ii iimnmii i rn rn -nnirnii nt r mi L. U. JOSSE'S CLEAN-UP SALE IS STILL ON THE PEOPLE DF SALEM AND VICINITY ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT CLEAN UP SALE. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET IN LINE WHILE YOU GET OUR PROFITS nBMmnn i SALE LASTS ONLY TILL JULY 4TII. WE HAVE LOTS OF GQOD BARGAINS FOR YOU TO REAP THE RENEFIT OF. li I jP ' If r -Six-foot Extension Table; rogular $G.50.isnlo fnrlce .ft 1 . .i?Jk . .81.00 -Y WALL PAPER Great reduction on Wall Paper. Paper that sold regularly at 10c, now ,W . I I I 1 I i H R'egular 20c paper, nowi.. . v12Jfic i I k Regular 30c paper, now 23e r '3 ' Regular 40c paper, now. . .,.' . . ,U7q All other paper .at same proportion. Refrigerators Our Carpets Take advantage of our salo on Re frigerators while- our stock is com- r ploto. Wo have the best on the' mar 4 ket. We carry two linos tho cold storago and tho Jewel Porcelain lined and perfectly sanitary.' Why not buy now while you can ket thorn cheap. Our Carpoto aro going fast. Wo aro offering somo great values that will pay you to Investigate and ron,p somo of tho bargains. You Just ns well havo a bargain as Bomooito olso. Como In early and wo will bo glad f.o show you." It will cost you nothing to look. j Hardwood Chiffoniers Same as cut, regular $15.00, now $11.95 Other furniture same proportion. mm L. U. JOSSE, 367 to 371 Gwt Stteet Interna Uonal Moral Educational Congress. A coming event of intorest is tho first International Moral Education tiongress, which will sit at tho Unl vorslty of London from Soptombor SCth to 29th. Tho congross, which has tho prac tical object In view of Improving tho moral education offered in schools, has a thoroughly roprcsontatlvo gen eral committee, of which M. Lo'on Bourgeois, lato promler of France, Is president. Throo hundred per sons, representing modern educa tlonnl thought in all tho lending countries of tho clvillzod world notably Austria, Delglum, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, 'Scandinavia, Switzerland and tho Unltod States constitute this gen oral commlttoo. Tho executlvo com- 'mlttoo, too, of which tho chnirmnn nnd vlco-chairman are respectively Mrs. Sophlo Bryman and Professor tJ. W. Ad a in son, Is composed of prac tical educationists. Tho congrois has tho good wlahrs of tho King and tho patronngo of tho mlnistors of education for England, France, Italy, Spain, Bolglum and Other countries. Tho ablest special ists aro bolng asked to tend papor3, nnd tho Hiibjects will Include ni.it 4ors of school organization, mothods of training nnd teaching, discipline, direct and Indirect, moral Instruction and the rolntlon of moral education to rollglous, intellectual, osthotic and physical education. Great Britain is undertaking tho main organization of tho congress, and la holding itsolf responsllbe for tho grentor part of tho necessary ex penditure. An nppenl is, therefore, mnda to tho public, nnd donation? may bo sont to Messrs. Robarts, Lub bock & Co., 15 Lombard street, E. C. to tho treasurey, Lord Avobury, or to tho general secretary, Gustav Splllor, 13 Buck'nghnm street, Strand. It may bo added that tho vlco-prosl-dcntB of tho congross nre: A, II. D. Aclnnd, Sir William R. Anson, Sir Edw'nrd H. Busk, Sir William Col lins, Sir Jnmos Donaldson, princi pal of St. Andrew's university, Loid FItzmnurIco, Dr. J. M. Lang, Sir Oliver Lodgo, Sir Philip Magnus, Dr. T. F. Roberts, Profosspr Michael Sadlor and Dr. Anthony Trnll, pro vost of Trinity College, Dublin. t Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup i tho one Hint children Uko so well to take as It tastes nearly as good a mnplo sugar. It acts gently yot freely on tho bowels and thereby It drives tho cold out of tho system. It I- rold by nil druggists. CHAMPION THE WORLD'S STANDARD MAKE OF HARVESTING MACHINERY CHAMPION HINDERS Tho distinguishing feature of the Now Champion binder Is the construction whereby It may bo used with olthnr opsn or closed ond elevators. ' This binder has force-feed elevators, which made tho Champion Force-Feod binder famous tho world over; Inollnod sector standards, folding reel, folding dividers, and many other fea tures which nmko thU binder one of the most practical on the mnrkot. The rogular blndor Is built In 5, C and 7-foot cut The wlro cut 8-foot binder Is regularly supplied with tongue truck; G and 7 foot aro also supplied with ton ;ue truck. You Can't Afford to Overlook This Be the First in Your Neigh borhood to Own a Sandwitch Belt Power Hay Press : : : : Mitchell, Lewis & Staver 21 7 to 237 Sttc St. r. T. CARY, Manager Salem, Ore. The Vanishing Indlnn Reservations. If tho presont policy of opening tho Indian reservations to jnibllc Bottlemont Is continued, no doubt tho proscnt generation will soo tho Inst of Indian segregation. Sovoral largo reservations are to bo oponsd to settlement within a year or twj. Ono of tho finest to bo thrown opon will bo tho Crow reservation In Montana, and not long ago n dele gation of Crow Indians, headed by Plenty Coos, chlof of tho tribo, wont to Washington to protest against tho salo of their land. it Is natural for tho Indians to protest against tho broaklng up of tholr reservations, oven ns thoy pro tested against tho Invasion of their broad pralros by whlto mon. But, if tho caso of tho Crows is conBld orcd, it will bo seen thnt no hard ship is bolng worked. Tho Crowa hnvo always been n friendly tribe, but thoy hnvo boon ono of tho most dlfllcult to wean from tholr Indlnn ways. It Is only within tho Inst flvo years that tholr tribal modo of living was broken up. Tholr tribal hord of cattlo was sepcr.itcd by tho ! Indian agent, Mnjor S. Q. Roynold, nnd tho stock wns assigned to Indi viduals. Tho Indians" wore given nl lotmonts of land, and ovory effort was made to make thorn llvo on thObo nllot'monts and become pros porous farmers. So well has this work succeeded that now tho Crown aro self-supporting. Thoy havo learned tho knack of farming, nnd ovon give nn annual fair at which tholr farm products are exhibited, Thoro aro about 1G0P Crows liv ing on a reservation that is nearl 10Q miles square Thoro aro thou sands of ncros that can novor bo used under tho present system, savo for grazing. Most of It Is leased to whlto mon who run cnttlo nnd shoop thereon. To tako this land and open It to whlto sottlomont Is not w&rklng n hnrdshlp on tho Indians. On tho contrary, tho moro whlto nolghborst thoy have tho moro rapid will ba tho Indians' progress as farmers. What Is true in tho caso of tho Crows is true of most of tho other trlbos. Tho policy of oponlng tho wasto lands of tho reservations Is a good one good for tho Indians as well as tho whlto man. The reserva tion has never beon anything but u makeshift and' a source of scandal and laziness at tho best. Tho sooner it Is wiped out of tho schomo. of ( things tl)0 hotter for all concerned. ' Donvor Ropubllcan. o It is bettor to curo'the llttlo coiign than, to take chances of consump tion. The best cough cure Is Kemp'9 Bnlsnm. .Druggists sell it at 25c and 50c a bottle. I - - j. Stntos currency, tho exports annually amounting In value to about $1,1G5, 000. Tho governor suggost3 that tho in- diotry bo divided into throo gront districts, so that with tho nld of modorn methods, combined with filclll and practlco, tho output may bo Increased. Chill and Shantung prov inces should form tho first of thoso district-, Klnngsu and Choklang provinces tho second, and Fukion nnd Kwnngtung tho third. Each of theso districts should maintain schools to fnmlllnrlzo tho pcoplo with tho growth nnd dovolopmont of tho different kinds of son nnlitials, kinds nnd uso of various noti, pres ervation nnd preparation of tho catch, etc., in ordor that tho best mothods nnd greatest caro may bo used In the preservation of tho aqua tic food supply. Ho suggests that exact charts should bo proparod In ordor thnt tho govornors may bo ablo to dotcrmlno tho limits of tholr authority and that tho bounds and rights of each district can bo clearly donnod. Wilbur T. Grocery In Con sular Reports. 3HHHIIHHHHHHIMHfMBHflBflH-a-HBM-j ti Do Witt's Witch Hazol Salvo. It Is especially good for piles. Bo sure to get DoWitt's. Sold by all druggists. GODDESS CONTEST Following is .tho standing of tho cnndldntos in tho Goddoss of Liberty contest to dnte: Josslo Kenton 220 Mlnnotta Magors in.r Myrtlo Montgomery 13 1 Gladys Colo . . 127 Bluncho Brown 3G Eillo MnsMCfne ' 11 ! Mnbol Baker 11 Blaucho Clonrwator" G i Margucrlto Wfllson 3 Delhi BrlggB 1 Mnbello Baker has withdrawn hor nnmo nj a cnndldnto for tho Goddo.s of Liberty.. o DoWitt's Llttlo Early Rlsors, tho famous llttlo ltvor pills, aro Bold by all druggists. 4 TH OF JULY EXCURSION RATE excursion rnti ti. oa..i.- Pnclflc will soil round trip S botweon all points on lu llnihfl3 huh, r nuu- ana aaiuraar. Jttlr lij 4, 1908, at a rato qf aWuli third. Tickets must bo used fori Ing trip on day of sale. Flul turn limit July C. Stop orer pr!1 logo not Included.) Minimum xk I". (1 rnnlo PlilM., n., ... ... 1 and undor 12, half fare. Inaak I ngonts for full itartlculars. WM. M'MUIIRAT. Gonorn,l Passenger Ajat JOHN M. 8C0n, AsB't Gonornl Pmsonger Agist, C-27-Gt. Portland, Ow Probubly it Is your stomach iti not yqur heart thnt causes pain H neighborhood of tho heart. II It Is' Lane's Family Medicine Till Ire r llof. 25 cents at druggists. il Chines Promotion of Fishing liulustrj'. Tho noting governor of Shantung has recently sont a report to tho . ministry of agriculture and com- merco regarding the coast sea fishing of China, In which ho calls attention to tho fact that everything secured from tho sea finds a ready market in China, and ovon when such products aro spoiled thsy are used for oils and fertilizers, both of which aro much needed in the empire. In or- Idor that tho Chinese people should jboconro better acquainted with the products of tho ocean and Increase (their skill in securing them, schools jba.v.Q been opened In ten places. in unma wnoro teachers nnd scholars aro engnged In work which is ex pected to increase thelt knowledge of this subjoct. By a combined tab ulation of tho ontlro coast country tho governor estimates that the an nual gain to China from tho fisheries la something om 18,000,000 Untie Portland Railway light & Power Co, II-.IIII.I i.p.i-i - im ii j i i . ii --mm - g; SS.1 -ii i aMIM""""""""""""""""""" WILLAMETTE VALLEY DIVISION Operating in Salem, Woodburn, Silverton and Hit. Angel i i ' The electric iron season has arrived. If you have not enjoyed the comfort and convenience of using one of our iron cut out and sign the coupon printed below and mail the same to this office, and an . .. iron will be furnish for TEN DAYS FREE "OF CHARGE. Corner State and Commercial Streets PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER COMPANY SALEM DIVISION. flontloinnn. Vnn ma-,, rlnlluno.tn ma nn nlnofrlr.. flnt.lron. Which I agree tO trj", to return to you within ton days from datoof delivery. If, J do notgreVurn in at t a go same to my account at $4.00.' It is. understood that no"charge will be made for t e r .tlsfact- miy ory, charge It within ton days. i Name. ci.m. Oregon ....sa"' DELIVER V REOEDiJ;-. . ,- , in v--?sri'.. .v. w -tan .v;- - eltctric Iron in Received of Portland Rallwa: . Vsht &, Power 'Comnaay one ...-" .... ji i ' ance with tho above application. , -ij J J ? 4 :, "