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Brai ISJi& rw-y :isr MR ' m " ff A - r r& -2 :ir; L. ) I DAILV'.CAPITU. .trtl'UVAT). .LKM. nnKflOV. THURSDAY. JUIiY 3, H"1 " - . - - : I THE CAPITAL JOURNAL K. IIOFER, Ed. and Prop. An tndtparient Ncpapr Devoted to AuerUaii Principle! and the rrwiPnd Development of AH Oregon. PuWUhc-1 Every Evening Except Sande'r.Setea, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Itiyaribli In Advance.)! .J Btlr, by eartler, per rear ....- W.or 'P" month- !... ui .n n ?.. . 4.M Per month . .. WMdr.br mtll, por year- 1.00 Six monthi .........Wc ii- ,c " ...m. .JLiiLu Lis r""""TsrsM! " ' nni'nftf, nrr.iVRHV . For1 convenience of subscribers branch delivery offices are establlsh tVat Soffiw X places at 36 cents per month, $1,00 for thretneaths: ifilum SSrefp. G. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avoouo Junction. SSlne, Mwntoonth street. A. W. Lane, Garden Road Store, ' baud's Store, Alex. Dauc, SouthCommorcIal street. Plcctrlc Store, 0. M. Epploy, East State street, alrgrounds Storo, Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Road. Howell'a Corner, Twelfth and CroBB streets. O. K. Grocery, A. A. Engiouari, i woihu sweuu Wbeoler'a Storo, W. D. Wheeler, Highland ayenuo. Yew Park1 Storo, F. G. Doworsox, Twolfth and Leslie. . Lane Grocery, Seventeenth strot - ' j J. L. Moore & Bon, cornor Capitol and Union streets. West Salem Store, West Saleln. Zlnn'a Confectionery, 478 Stato stroet. Dr." Stone's, 241 N6rth Commercial otroot. Huffman's Store, North Sixth street. German Bakery, coraor Twelfth and Chomekota. r V snuaro pallsado of zinc plato3 In closing about three-quarters of an ncre. Behind it the French gardener and tho women who leaso the land have wrought what looks like a sheer miracle to any one unacqualnt ed with the system. The ground Is all covered with In verted boll glasses of tho kind known in Europe as clochors. I ndr each bell at the tlmo this writer vis ited tho farm woro flvo lettuces. Let tuces wero growing around tho bells nn.i nftmr vncoin lil oh sown broadcast V , were coming up ovory where. In earh of a number of frames four feet square were av leuuuus, u ui carrots ana cauuuowur. Tho entlro socrot of tho growth of theso products before tho regular season Is In tho cropping and the soil. Every Inch "of tho soil boars at least three crops a year, each of them anticipating tho season and therefore producing fancy prices. This romarkablo method of mak ing every Inch of land count Is de scribed In detail by tho wrltor and tho artlclo Is Illustrated with very Interesting photographs. H. D. Jones In Techlncal World Magazine. . o CHICAGO GERMAN COLONY spond their lives squatting on tho'r NUMlinilS BO(),UIMJ, IICOIS. 'I 18 nOlCU U1HI UlU miuruiuan oi mo japnncso lies m iuuu ia A. Gorman colony of ovor 500,000 inhabitants rivaling in sizu nil rnthor thun In tholr trunk, and they concolvo that chairs for their par iut k thro Ingest c lie. In t J low, counters for their stores, and -Vat Stand' -nowforms n part of WB0",I ? V'dor .r'inX Chicago. According to figures re- don. for he Ir legs wHl gl length SS . .roSn. no ripldlJ K tho on farmers and lnbo'rors are not 52? fiivXrt Ml a t t her nroVow noticeably taller than tho rest, but SS rVTo GoZn rth of U.oso have lived tho lives of over- iinrontnjto In Chicago thnn In any city In aormany ltsolf, with tho ex ception of llorlln, Hamburg and Mu nich. Tho only othor city which approaches theso figures Is Lelpxlg, with a population of nearly hair a million. Tho Gorman-Ainorlcnns In Chicago aro of course scatter d throughout tho city, but tho rcntor of tho community hna boon fout.d In n Biiuclal district on tho North sldo. This Gorman spoaklng pro vlnco lies In tho region bounded by Division and Clark streets and tho rlvor, and' lioro tho curlog visitor may any day hoar tho langungo and see tlio customs of old "uoutsciunnu" not to mention unwilling tho odors of ovory favorltu Gormnn dish from rRiior-frnut to wlonorwurst. As If tho hustling, muring city woro n thousand mllos away Instead of all about thorn, tho citizens of this com munity llvo their lives of pcaco and content nnd soldoin, If oviir, do thov vnnturp far from their placo of sat isfaction Ono old whltocnppcd wan, with his typlcnl muitncho( lmH not loft tho sauctltuto of tho colony but onco, and that wns whon tho litro of tho World's Columbian Ex position drew him across tho city to tho fair grounds In 189.1. The hoii80H in thl Amorlcan-Gormnn Utopia aro picturesque nnd nhnvo nil romforttiblo, homoltko nnd forolgn. Tho hnuiioi nro framo, sot In nnrroA lots with 'tiny gardens, containing old fashlonod (lowers nnd big oasy chairs with nil orrnslonal hassock to nsuro of moro Holld comfort. Tho Klrls on Menoinlneo street arc not "Rlrls" but "Mnodchon," and nftor tho day's work Is over thoy sit nnd worked cnttlo so many centuries as not to j)0 ronsldorcd rnlr examples. It is comparatively easy to ennngo SNOW TO COOL THE DELEGATES TO CONTENTION (Special to Tho Journal.) Denver, Juno 30. Preparations for the Democratic national conven tion entertainment Include one of tho most romarkablo spectacular displays of snow thnt hns ovor beon seen In tho summor months In any Bcctlon of tho United Stntcs. Sixty miles from Denver there nro snow fields that contain an Immonso amount of pearly precipitation that hns survlvod tho hent of summor. Tho nltltudo at which It Is found 13 nonrlv 12.000 foot nbovo the sea and tho snow Is found thoro all sum mor. It Is proposed to bring down BO cnrloadB of this snow to tho Democratic national convention nnd mingle n brenth of winter with tho hent and humidity of summer. Thoro Is n railway running from Denver to tho Bnowfiolds nnd n spe cial train leaving tho mountain! woro the s U on."of V'countr y "bnt with a string of rofrlgerator cars what people . have . ever changed oaded w It h .now j oul I " " .0 J themsolvcs? If tho Jnpnncso, by dl otlng, exercise, wnr on bandy logs, physical manipulation or any othor menus at hand succeed In making thomselvos a full-ttlzcd rnco, thoy will havo domonstrntcd nn Invontlvo ncss nnd a spirit such ns to Indtcnto that If they overrun tho world It will bo becuuso thoy desorvo to. Nebraska State Journal. 0 Irritation of tho thront and hoarse noss nro rolloved Immediately by two or three little swallows of Kemp's Balsam, tho beat cough cur;. Grip pntlonts should mnko a note of this. o Funning by the Squaru Inch. This Is tho story of n rcmarknblo solution of tho secret of success In farming on n smnll scnlo, chlofly, for tho bonoftt or thoio who cannot af ford lo buy Inrgo tracts of land nnd would not bo nblo to work thorn if thoy could. To plquo tho curiosity nf tho render let It bo first explained, In nil seriousness, that If a farm cultivated In this way Is lonsod It should be itudorHtnod thnt whon tho tenant moves he Is nt liberty to take tho soil with him. Tho soil used In this method of rnrmlng must bo of unusual rich ness. The tory begins with the orrorts or two woman to gain a live llnoou snzo .lown tho mronr wlilln tho nl.l '"""" ",M" "h.ui imiihiu. uiuj irnn.1fnM.nr M.ni,nu w, 1,1-' lOMOll IIVO BcrOU Of land III Ilork fcrnndfnthor chnugOH, with his nlilro. Knglnud. I.ator thjoy found lll.iiiL.l.tu Ihn .trAnl f.ft.,, Miinm. I """W. "!"" 'iur UlJOy IOUI1I von in C'hlcnRo to "IMitor don Mi- IV'V .VI? ?,?!? ?, V,'.0 . lliM?.h ln"a don" In llorlln. and quietly puffs ".""V, ;.V.Z. V ' ". . K away tho hours with tho sumo ob- ZllT 11 ifI,rty?onti! wh0 llvlousus to surroundings ns is "0,L ltl ?" L10 1 ,,ow ll ,wn slzo Of his llvlnu8uos to surroundings ns is ' "" r, 3i , n ,inw ' ovldoncod by tho sleok-conted. much J?"0' J1 ,',rof 1 ,n', .n a , potted oat which purrs In soft Go- " r" d Iw than half the si tniin nrrnntu nn tlin nnrnli lit. I,la l,lnl " WKOH. mun accents on tho porch by HU10. ' o Pulling n Nation's Legs, Although tho Jnpiuiose still labor under tho stigma of being more Imi tators, ijioy nre conducting nn exper iment on a national rrnlo which hip tin example In modern nations au.l which for ambition to other nation Is likely to matoh. The Jnpaneso soo that they nro smaller than Or ! dental people, nnd consider them Belvos dltRdvantngedly b the lac Thoy pioposo, accordingly, to add u cubit or two to tholr stature It Is by nu means nreoil nmon? Physiologists that thoro en a fair chanc of success In thli tin dortaklng Some maintain thnt their smnlliirtfM is a racial trait an lulu-rout condition not to be changed at n word The Jnpnnwo themsvlve prof or to consttler tha their ' u tho result of habit or diet, and wl'l proceed on that theory. Tho sedentary olagjies of Japanese The tenchers of thn women wore a French gardener nnd his famllj, who, with an fr of Innl In Frnnce, sold I'jnnn worth of produce In n tear The scene nt the farm It tlu.s dtnrrbod b one who visited It: In n bare plowed fold stands n tho convention city wlfh scnrcoly any loss from molting. Indeed tho chnr nctor of the snow Is such thnt It Is much hnrdor to molt than what Is found In lower altitudes. Tho par ticles nro nlmost ns hard as sand nnd puro whlto, resisting tho rays of tho Htm much hotter than tho glis tening (Inkes that nro found In tho ordinary snowstorms of winter. Tho nbsonco of humidity In tho rnrofled Donvor air provldos against exces sive molting, nnd tho snow will InH easily for 3G hours. When tho Elks hold their conven tion In Donvor tho dologntcs woro nmnzed at tho prosonco of snow mingled with (lowors which woro flung nt tho pnradors whon tho long procession moved through tho streets. Th( Englcs had a similar ox porlonco, ns did also tho members of the Grnnd Army, and the succcvi of theso occasions hns Inspired tho mombors of tho Chnmbor of Com meco and the Convention lcnguo to make m extraordinary display of snow nt tho Democratic convention. Tho management of this spectacu lar dhplny expects to uso fully 50 cars of snow, which will provide en tertnlnmcnt for tho delegates for nil tho time occupied by tho conven tion. Tho stock of snow wlll.be re plenished each day and tho remnrk nble spoctac'o contlnuod until tho visitors are lod to bollovo thnt tho dlstnnt whlto caps of the Contlnontnl Divide which can bo seen from tho stroeti of Donvor, nro roally much nonror to tlio city thnn thoy nppoar. 'lie snow spoctaclo will probably bo tho most unusual sight over wit nessed by nny similar gathering In tho cotintyy nnd will be onjoyod s much for Its cooling suggestion us for tho novolty of the Incident. Tills "woman nnjB that after months of suffering Lydla h. Pinkhom's Vegetable Compound mado lier as well as ever. Maudo E.Forric,of Lceaburg.Va., writes to Mrs. rinkliam: " 1 want othT suffering women tr. know what Lydla E. Pinkham'S Vcge t&blo Compound has done for rap. to; months I suffered from feminine llli w that I thought I could not live. I wrote you, and nfter taking Lydla L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, nc using tho treatment you prescribed 1 i iii,a n nittr woman. I am uoir strong, and well asoror, and thank you for tho good you have done me. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty yeaw Lydla E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousandsoi women who have boon troubled with fUcminnntiiPnts. Inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities periodic pains, backache, that bear-ing-down feeling, flatulency, indices tlon.dizzino.ss or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it? Mrs. Pliiklinm Invites all sick women to wrlto her for advice. She- lias guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Muss. v...i- riii-nornllons. m, v- - !. WIo.'M. A. Wise and II. A. Sturuo Land and Orchard pal offlce, Hood Wv...,. ',-,. .,. si.nnu: iu C. Perdue and Fred L. Mills. A well chosen friend Is one of the greatest blessing? oi '" vant. rrun linrnsev Companyj principal Salem Fence Works nn,imiatcrs for Woven Wire Bcadquartcrs for Fencing. Pwttry Netting, Pickets, Gates Malthold Roonng, P. & D. , noadj Roofing, Scrcon Doors and Ad justable Wludow Screens. CIUS. D. MMUGAN Successor WALTER MORLE1T. 830 Conrt St. Balem. Ore- torrTdIzone FUNARCE OW RATES k . ?rW EAST Will Do Mado This Season by tkj SOUTHERN PACIFIC (LINESilN OIlEaON; Fnom Salem, Ore. AS FOLLOWS: UOTII WAYS ONE WAX TO THROUGH VIA PORTLAND OALIFOIUTIA $87.50 Chicago St. Louis St, Paul Omaha $74.15 $69.15 $61.65 $6U65 Kansas City $61.65 $82.50 $817.5 $75.00 $75.09. -SMLES- DEPOSITORS in (he sav ings department of the Capital National Bank arc requested to nrcscnt their pass books for the I jMK-pose of having credited the semi-annual interest due Julyl. JOSEPH ALBERTS ICashier Every Mother S Knows This Remedy Javne's Carminttivo Dalsam hss Tor (our Kcncranons been rccoc nlicd everywhere as the standard remedy for Dvsentprv. n, ,-..-.. Cholera Morbus, Cholera inlantum! Cramps, Coilc, nud all Summer DR. D. JAYM'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM . Is Just as safe as it Is effective, u TPl PK,ln ,nmed''Jy, and almost invariably brings about .-,. recovery. It remarkabla elTiclency ha mado It a household necejsitv wherever thero aro children. Sold by all druglt-pcr bottU, Jayat's TsaU Vn..if. . ssffisnr,,a.,'s.is . 3i UaUdyMotry A ( Worm" unj An Automatic Money Sortur. Consul Joseph L. Ilrlttnln roporU from PrnKtie that n recent lsuo of an Austrian Jourunl glvss nn no count of nn automatic monoy sortor, which h thus do8crlbed: The luvsntor claims thnt it will assort matnl coins which have lon thrown together rognrdloss of their denominations, placing each dtnom. Inntlon In n sapnrnto uaskot. Th various coins nro thrown Indlscrlm- Inatifly Into n funnal nt "the top of the machlno, nml from th funnel they sllilo downwanl, alighting on n splml track. This traok has n pro iectlng edg or rntsed bordsr oon tnlnlug silts cot responding to th various aist of thv colus. As the coins of various denominations Kllde downward on to the traok. through somo peoullnr mochanUm nf i ho machlno they pase through th 'it corresponding to thalr vnrloua jMis entering tholr rospeetlve im. k is at tne uolloin of the mur-hlne. It is said tlwit several firms haudllni Urge autaitaU ol cola dally have tried the tHaclilite with witls- I factor result. -0-- .- Uulld tho Salem, Dallas and Falls City railroad. Those Ewalt school boostors are of tho right tort to make things go Salem's Fourth of July a3 usual will surpass anything In tho stato. A ploco of folly Bottlng nil thoso tolcgraph poles lnsldo tho comunt walks, Tho wlros should go under ground on Commercial street. FIno hay weathor. It I tho holght of audnclty for tho Orogonlnn to ovon discuss tho quostlon of constitutional salary of stato ofllclals. It ridiculed tho flat salnry lnw. It told Furnish to spit on that plnnk In tho plntform, and It coat tho Itopubllcan party tho governorship. Thon tho Oregonlnn stood In with tho machlno to dofoat the Hat salnry law going Into offM for four years, and that cost the taxpayers at least ?4 00,000. Tho Orogonlnn Ib not casting stones ui Governor Chnmborlnln who did all' In his powor to havo tho lint snlary law go Into offoct. A. I. Vorys of Columbus, Ohio, would ha a very fit man for natlonil ohnlrmnu of tho Ropubllcnn part There U a boom on for Chamber lain for vlco president. Ho I3 worso neodod right hore in Orogoi ns long as tho people can koep him here. C - Tho nbovo cut roprosonts our brick lined Torrid Zono Furnace," Guaranteed gas, smokp and dust proof. Economical and durable A. L. FRASER 238 STATE STHEET. Estimates furnished on heating TICKETS WILL DE ON SALE July 6' 7, 22, 23 August 6,7, 21,22 Good for roturn In 00 days with stopover prlvllogoa nt plcasuro within limits REMEMBER THE DATES For any furthor information call on agonts. VM. M'MUIHtiW, Gonornl Pnssongor Agont. PORTLAND, OREGON. COFFEE Your grocer must sell roor coffee; we can't all be comfortable; but he needn't sell it to you. .,. Yf". ?w"r "e""ni rw ntr " rot don't His ScLiUic- P.( vt, Mr btm. Graber Bros. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Will glvo prompt attention to all orders, guarantoo our work to glvo satisfaction and to bo up to tho sanitary stand ard. WE WILL HE PLEASED TO GIVE ESTIMATES ON CONTRACTS. Call nt our shop on Liberty Btrcct, back of Darr's Jewelry Storo. Phono 550. Tlmo Card No. n, Southern Pndflo Co., Effective Suntlny, May 17. 11)08. ' Tonnnl Portlnnd, Passenger. No. 10. 5:13 n. m. Oregon Ex press. No. 18. 8:40 a. m. Cottngo Grove passenger. No. 12. 2:-lC p. m. Roseburg paj-songor. I Tounrd Portlnnd. Frolirht. No. 222. 5:00 p. m. Portland J fast freight. t No. 220.-10:4011:28 a. m. way freight. Townnl Snu Francisco, Passenger. No. 11 1".:03 a. m. Roseburg ! pnssongt)' No. 17. C:4& p. m. Cottngo Grove I passcngo. No. 15. 0:00 p. m. California ex I press. No. 13, 3:31 a. m. San Francisco oxpress. 1 Toward Sim Francisco, Freight. No. 221.-2:43 n. m. Portland fast ! frolght. No. 223.-11:28 n. m. way freight. 1 Oregon Elcctlrc Tlmo Table Tlmo of arrival and departure of cars at Snlom Is ns follows, Portland and lutormndlnto peints: mm""mm . I y ri John V. Gates start! ad bie h mo tou of St. Cbarlee, llltaoh. yeter day by kieelug his old mother, pa- is 5io to a barber tor thave. bu lug n $2,000 farm for a frltnd, scat tiling quarters and dlraee among th-j bays and taking local boy to go to Kurono with him all In the iuco of live hours. Hnve you met the "HommukIi. for you?" fiend yet? ""W"!" ' -a- .. ,.. Doa't Imagine that aro ludlo. penslblt theit 1 re otbets After Once Tasting yinol po one wants an oid-fash-ioned cod liver oil prepara tion or emulsion, because Vinol is a much better hnAv. Evory building but two i Puks- builder and strength creator uana. South Dakota, was dtrowJ nnlA'oi .-1."At ,ator bya tornado yosterday. The dsmao"! VnTt? cmtis, etc. If it does no good we will return your money. I G. W. PUTNAM CO, HICKORY BARK Cough Remedy lonril vvn ""- f. Il-I mm Coughs. Colds CROUP Wheopmn Couch llo.rirnfv. SORt THROAT TMROAT.MIUNCS k ii t un ttwor w. """.Viva-1 MUM. OUTCON. II S. . Arrlvo Loavo Local 8:40 a. m. 0:00 a.m. Express 10:50 n. m. 0:05 a.m. Local . 1:26 p.m. 11:05 a. nf. Express 4:20 p.m. 1:45 p.m. Local 6:45 p.m. 3:28 p.m. Expross 8:20 p.m. 0:00 p.m. .flWIT-f 1- ksj ! i""tt ton will amount to $100,000. No failure Is so pathetic as thtt vvuia wiium reacu 0' the tthli-li Igoal luSff j4 -t5 as wwiriTTM ari- PS COItVALLIS & K.VSTERN R. R. TIBIE TABLE Nu 4 Loaes Dotrolt 1:00 p.m. follows, commencing Jan. 16, 1908? Truing for Corvallis. No. 8 Leaves Albany ,.,,,,,, 7:56 a.m. rrives Pt CorvalliJ , . , , 8:35 a. m. No. 10. ' Leave? Albany 3:56 p. nt ArrIvo3 at Corvallla ... 4:35p.m. No. 6 Leaves Albany 7:45 p. m. Arrives at Corvallis .... 8:26p.m. Trains tor Albany. No. 5 Leaves Cirvallls 6:30 a, m. Arrives at Albany 7:10 a.m. No. 9 oave3 Corvallis 2 : 15 p. m. Anivo3 at Albany 2:65 p.m. Ne: 7 Loaves 'Corvallis 6:00 p. m. Arrives at Albany 6:40 p.m. No. 11 (Sunday only) Leavos Corvallis 11:15 a. ra Arrives at Albany 11:58 a. m No. 12 (Sunday only) Leavos Albany 12:35 p.m. Arrives a: Corvallis... 1:18 p.m. For further information apply to Portland, Oregon, June 17, Commencing Juno 22nd and until further notice, the following train service will be in effect on tho Una of tho n. & E. R. R. between Al bany and Yaquina, dally except Sun day: Train Nq. 16 Train No 2 Mixed Passenger Leave Albany 7:45 a.m. 12:40 P- Arr. Yaquina 1:30 p.m. 5:30 po. Train No. 15 Train No X Passenger Mixed Lv Yaquina ..2:15 p.m. 7:00a.m. Arr. Albany.. 7:00 p.m. 11:55 a.m. On Sundays the service will be as follews: Lv. Albany 7:35 a. in.; ar. Yaquiaa 11:40 a. m.; lv. Yaquina 6:00 p. m., ar. Albany i;:30 p, m. WM. McMURRAY, 6-23-6t Gen. Pass. Agent.