AILY CAPJTAL JQPgjUL, BAXBM. ORliGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1WW
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BOARD OP TRADE
TO GET NEW HOME
It Is entirely possible that in the
very near future the Salem Board of
Trade will have a permanent and up-,
to-dnto home. Two owners of prop
erty on Liberty street will erect a
modern building at once nnd botn
are anxious to have the Board of
Trade as a tennant. Besides theie
the owner of the building which Is
at present occupied by the board Is
willing to remodel It and add ait
other story to- It if the boosters will
remain at the present location on
State street. Just what will be donp
in the matter will be decided at the
meeting of the Bonrd of Trade to
Frank Hughes nnd Frnnk Durblti,
who own the lot between the now
D'Arcy theater and the telephone
building are seriously considering
the construction of a modern two
story building at Hint place. The
owners of the building now occupied
by the Spencer Hardware company
on State and Liberty street Inten.
to remodel that structure, and to In
stall several first class store rooms
on the Liberty street side of the
building. The Spencer Hardware
compnny will occupy the grounl
floor of the new Durbln-Hughos
branding. There nre, therefore, two
locations open to the Board of Trada
the flrBt floor of the Gray building,
and the second floor of the Hughes
Another mntter that will be set
tled this evening is the offer of the
Portland Railway, Light & Power
to furnish tho necessary current for
the electric streamers on State, Court
and Commercial street. The offer lo
very reasonable, and thoro Is little
doubt that it will be accepted and
that tho light will burn every night,
beginning next Wednesday.
CONSIDERABLY FROM FIRE
Since the first of August approxi
mately $85,000 worth of Pendleton
property has gone up in smoke nnd
the city hns paid out $1000 to it?
"If the city hnd boon equipped
with proper flro apparatus, which
would cost about $10,000," said Fire
Chief John Vnughan this morning,
"wo could probably have saved half
of that loss. Furthermore, If we
hnd such appartus, Insurance rntcB
In tho city would be -4 per cent low
er nnd property ownors would have
betweon $G000 and $7000 annually
In insurance premiums."
For years tho firemen of tho city
have been asking for bettor appara
tus nnd regularly their requests hnvo
boon denied by tho city on the ground
of economy. But during the past
month tho record of tho department
shows thnt it would havo boon more
economical had tholr recommenda
tions been grnntcd.
If anyone believes thnt Pendleton
hns nn inexpensive flro department,
because It Is a volunteer organiza
tion, ho Is sadly mlstakem Within
tho pnst month tho firemen hnvo
enrned approximately $1000 In
wages. Every time tho flro boll rings,
under our present "economical sys-
tom it costs tho city nt leaBt $30 and
if tho central companies turn oiit In
force, $45. Slnco tho first of Au
gust tho dopnrtment has been called
upon eight times and thoro has been
practically 1000 hours of flro fight
ing, Flremon nro paid a dollar an
hour nnd when they turn out they
nre given credit for an hour's work
oven If they nro not needed. They
deserve It, and moro besides, becnuse
their work Is hard and often times
The Alta house flro cost tho city
$300, the Beven hose companies and
tho hook and ladder company all be
ing called out, approximately 10
men to the company. The Wilcox
Christian church fire was moro ex
pensive, the entire department being
out and working 375 hours. Thf
smaller fires occurring during the
month have also cost the city money.
None has cost less than $30 and
most of them havo cost from $40 to
$60. It cost the city $30 to Inves
tlgate the smoke at tho Hohbach
bakery Saturday night for three com
panies were called out and respond
ed. If Fire Chief Vaughan had bis
way the city would secure a chemi
cal auto engine, would employ one
capable man ' (o run the same and
would Install an electric alarm sys-.
tem. These things would mean ex
pense, perhaps to the extent of $10,
000. But the Improvements would mean
that in cases of fire an alarm could
be given quickly and accurately.
Only the necessary companies woult
be called out. An auto engine and
driver would get Into action quick
ly and therein lies the secret of flre
flghtlng. If the department had
been properly equipped the Are at the
Golden Rule stable would probably
have never gotten beyond that struc
ture. But wfeea the firemea sleep at
their own hHe and hate to rush to
tho fire station and drag, their 'hoar
carta out by hand", how can really
prompt work be expected?
. According to the fire jchlef, J. C.
Stone, manager of the Pacific board
of underwriters, has assured him
thnt If the department wore equlppea
as outlined above insuranco rates ln
tho city would be lowered 14 per
cent. This being true, what would
COOS BAY VETERANS
AND PIONEERS MEI-7T
(Coos Bay Tlnion.)
After one of the most succc3sful
nnd enjoyable reunions in years, tho
Southern Oregon Veterans associa
tion of Coos county .and tho Coos
County Pioneers association ad
journed at Coqullle last evening aft
er electing officers and selecting
Mnrshfleld as the next meeting place
Dr. C. W. Tower of Mnrshfleld was
honored by being clectod president
of both organizations for the ensu
It had been previously planned to
hold the next annual meeting in the
grovo on the old Hermann homestead
and mal'o it a celebratlou of tho fif
tieth nnnlversary of tho arrival or
tho famous Baltimore colony In the
Coqullle valley, but when Dr. Tower
persented the Jolntlnvltntions from
tho Mnrshfleld chamber of commerces
and MarBhfleld city council, it was
unanimously decided to accept them
Instead of concerting tho reunion
Into a celebration of tho fiftieth an
n'vorBary of tho arrival of tho Baltl
more colon, the latter event will bo
celebrated separately by a picnic at
the homestead of Dr. Henry II. Hor
mnnn who lead tho Baltimore colony
Into tho Coqullle valley. It Is thought
that tho four generations of the col
ony will bo In nttondanco nt tho pic
nic, mnklng about 200 in nil.
Yesterday noon, tho cltlzons of
Coqulllo entertained tho visitors at
a banquet nt which Hon. Blngor Hor
mnnn wns tho principal speaker.
Wm. II. Schroedor. tho pormnnont
secretary and treasurer of tho Pio
neers association, wns instructed to
compllo a roster of tho living pio
neers and a memorial of thoso who
havo passed to tho Groat Beyond.
Tho pioneers olectcd the following
President Dr. C. W. Tower.
Vlco president B. F. Robs.
Assistant secretary Mrs. Mary E.
Historian Orvll Dodge.
Tho veterans clocted tho following
President Dr. C. W. Tower.
Senior vlce-commandor C. E.
Junior vlco commnndor R. W.
Adjutant W. E. Thorpe.
Qunrtermnstor Simon Mlllor.
Chaplain R. B. P.. Paul.
" wywwjfiM mem.
s Hs B&m&-"Gofdjfl Medial Discover?
was suggested by ono of Its most import
ant and valuable Ingredients GokiM
Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce dlv
covered that ho could, by tho uso of pure,
trlplo-rcflned jjlyccrino, aided by a cot
tain degree of constantly maintained
heat and with tho aid of apparatus ami
appliances designed for that purposo, ex
tract from our most valuable natlvo mo
dlclnal roots their curatlvo proportii.
much better than by tho uso of Hlcohc'
so generally employed. So tho now world
famed "Gol.'en Medical Discovery," foi
the euro of weak stomach. Indigestion, or
pyspepjla. torpid liver, or biliousness and
kindred doranBcmpnts was first made, ai
It oyer slpie has bVrn, without a parthJt
nf alcohol lit Its raaw-up.
A BlaiiceVqWhnjftJU list of lUliigred'
er.tji, printou oiiOvcrv bottlc-wrappi r
will show th t it Is fcjaHp from the mwi
valunble medicinal rolsfound growinj;
in our Arn'T.can IorcSLNJ AM mc?? r
Jl-ffiUiaj - (or thn illjonsfg for wi.h;
l lltUulAuK of tlicso cndorsnriioiurTftf
been compi'ed by Pr. R. V. Plorco, or
Buffalo, N, Y.. and will bo mailed free l
any one asl.intr samo by postal card, t
letter nddrt'ssod to tho Doctor as above
Brum tlipmi endorsements, copied froi
standard medlcnl books of all the differ
ent schools of practice. It will bo fouti.
that tho Ingredients composing the "Goli.
en Medical Discovery " nro advised nc
only for tho euro of tho above mention
diseases, but also for tho euro of nil ca
tarrhal, bronchial and throat nfTectloiu
accompanied with cntnfhnl dlhargrr
hoarsenuss, hii'u throat, lnitiuritig, ui
hang-on-coughs, and all thosu wasili
MToctlons which, If not promptly nt."
properly treatod aro liable to tormina tt
In consumption. Tako Dr. Plcreo's Dl
covcry in time, and porsovoro In Its u
until you glvo It a fair trial and It it not
llkoly to dltsapiHilnt. Too much mtt n '
bo expected of It. It will not perform
miracles. It will not cure consumption
In Its advanced stages. No medicine wilL
It wi'l cure tho affections that lead up t
wnaumption, taken in (inu
Gold Dust Floiif
Mmlo by THE SYDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore
gon. Made for fnmtly use.
Ask your grocer for it. Bran
nnd shorts alwnyn on linnd.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
The Center of Population.
"Tho center of population, now In
Indiana, 1 traveling straight toward
tho middlo point of I'llnoh. Tho
center of manufacturing hnB reached
yet only eastern Ohio, but Is march
ing in n beolluo for Chicago."
This, tho Illinois boast, Is porhaps
with Boinowlint raro coincident tho
truth; nnd thnt state, In moro than
ono meaning, Is to bo tho controlling
heart o' tho United State3. There
fore It Ib of vital as well as curious
Interest for New Englnndors fnst
becoming moro onlookers In tho na
tional administration to examine
and, so to speak, to nuBculato this or
gan which will Increasingly rogulate
the body politic.
Illinois drips fntnesa. Its black,
oozy soil which cagorly devours ono's
shoes, Its corn that, refined by se
lective processes, almost oxudes oil;
its hogs that can scarcely seo through
tho deep folds of tholr unctuous on
volopo; its beefsteaks, pork chops,
and corn cakes glistening from tho
ceaseless sizzling of tho frying pan;
Its very speech, with mouthed sylla
bles and exaggrogated Rs. all are
fat with a fatness almost Indecent to
the spare New Englander.
THE BEST ROAST THE
FAMILY EVER HAD
Cnn bo obtalnod from our prime
tonder and juicy boof, mutton or
pork. All our meats aro Rolcctcd
from tho choicest, and prepared fo.
tho tablo to suit the domnnds of tho
fastidious. Our prices aro lowor for
quality than you can find nt nny
plnco In Salem.
E. O. GROSS,
Phono 201. !170 Stnto St.
First Class Livery, Sale
and Boarding Stables
Largest stock of now vohlclOB In
The Old Club Stables
Corner Ferry and Llborty streets,
Proprietors, Gilliam & Boedlgholmer.
Phone Main 7. Salem, Oregon.
Great Chinese Doctor
L. M. II U M
Has medlcmo which will cure any
known dlsoase, Ho makes a Bpoclal
ty of, and guarantees to euro Catarrh
Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rheumatism,
Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney
Troubles; also any blackened or
swollen sorenoaB, broken limbs;
Smallpex: Epidemic; all kinds of
Bolls, Lost Manhood, Female Weak
Moreover tho oloaglnoua carnival nei Hernls Trouble and Paralysis
soems only Just began. Fertilizers
and notrogon-collectors aro making
tho aand-dunos blossom; swamp
draining and well-digging aro equal
ing conditions of moisture; rotation
of crops 1b averting possible soil ex
haustion; while scientific breeding is
enriching the corn at will, and la
blanketing the corn-fej hog with ever
thicker layers of obesity. James P
Munroe In the September Atlantic.
Wo woud like to believe In angels,
but some of them won't let us.
Poker and love are both games of
Perhaps Joy cometh In tho morn
Ing, but some of them aren't early
We always like to speak a disin
terested word for the doctrine of
Consultation free. Care of Ylck So
Toag Co., Chinese drugs and herbs,
153 High St., upstairs, Salem, Or.
TM hM tW pw "?5 a
O MISS BEATRICE SIIErTON O
O Teacher of Piaap, Organ and 8
O Ensorablo Claasea, until Octo- O
O bof 1, In Chicago taking ad- O
O vanned studies. O
O First National Bank Bldg StmHo O
O Reoldeaco Studie: !3 MarioR O
O Street. . Phono 1309. O
Phone 44 Mala 147 N. High ft.
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION STABLES
Cab aid Llrery. all Rig Hedera
' TH AOMB OF BU?
K. v ' -
is reached when listening to the en-,
trancing' strains of 'a EdUon Phono-,
graph. For variety and real Joyous-'
ness no music can equal that pro
duccd by ono ot the Edison ma
chine. You can havo any sort of a
progrnm you llko. Our collection of
now records embraces the grave and
tho gay, the ridiculous and tho su
blime. L. F. SAVAGE, Salem, Ore.
We Launder Ladies' Shirt Waists and White
Skirts Just Right.
Wo guarantee to. All of our shirtwaists aro care
fully washed with a special neutral Boap starched Just
whore they should bo starched and ironed by experts
who havo made shirtwaist Ironing a Bpoclal Btudy.
Wo are pleasing tho most enreful dressers In tho city with our
shirtwaist work and are sure wo can please you. May we havo a
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY
Tel. 2G 136-166 $. Liberty Ut.
Little German Shoe Store
Got footwear that Is right for this season, and save shoe bill),
I havo a now line of medium heavy working shoes for fall trade.
Boys' and Mon'r. Leathor gloves for harvest work
M PRICES ARP THE 10WEST
JACOB V0GT, 3 Stale SW
ARE YOU DOING WHAT YOU CAN TO POPULATE YOUR
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlers, honest farmers, mechanics,
merchants, cterkB, pooplo with brains, Btrong hands and a willing
hoart capital or no capital.
Southern Pacific Co.
Lines In Oregon
Is Bonding tons of Orogon lltoraturo to the East for distribution
through ovory avallnblo ngoncy. Will you not holp the good'work
of building Orogon by Bonding us tho na,mos and addresses of your
frionj- who nro llkoly to bo intoreatod in this atuto? We will be
glad to ooar tho oxponso of Bonding them complete Information
about OtlKGON and Its opportunities.
COLONISTS TICKETS will be on snlo during SEPTEMBER AND
OCTOBER from tho East to all points in Oregon. The faros from
a fow principal cities aro
From Donvor $30.00 From Louiovlllo $41.70
" Omaha 30.00 " Cincinnati i'i.'iO
" KansoB City .... 30.0D " Clovoiuud 44. 7R
" St. Louis 35.50 " Now York 55.00
" Chicago 38.00
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID,
If you want to bring a friend or rolatlvo to Oregon deposit tho
propor amount with any of our agents. Tho tlckot will then bo
furnished by tolograph.
Local agont, Salem,
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland Oregon.
Oregon's Matchless Beach Resort
THE PLACE TO GO FOR PERFECT REST AND EVERY CON.
CEIVAHLE FORM OF HEALTHFUL AND
ITS FACILITIES ARE COMPLETE Best food aad aa abun
dance of it. Fresh water from springs. All modern neeltle,
such aa telegraph, telephoae, markets freh)y provided every
day. Fuel In abundance. Cottage partly furnished or unfurn
ished to bo bad cheaply. Strict municipal sanitary regulatloai.
NEWPORT Is reached by way of the Southern Pacific to Albany
or Corvalils, thence CorvalU & Eastorn R, R. Train service dally
and the trip u pleasure throughout.
RATE FROM SALEM
SEASON BIX MONTHS TICKET .00.
SATURDAY TO MONDAY TICKET I.00.
Our elaborate now Bummer Book give a concise description
of Newport, Including a list of hotels, their capleity and
rate. Call ou telephone or write local agents.
Geeral Pz9grAfu, Portland, Ore-goa.
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