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DAILY GAPIVAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1008.
IMPERIAL CITY OF THf WIMMETTEWliiY BOOMS Many Proofs That Salem, is leading 411 Western Oregon in Rajiidity of firpfyh, Number of New Houses and Increasing Population. NEWS OF WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY, KIMBALL THEOLOGrCAL SEMINARY AND ANNOUNCEMENTS OF SALEM CHURCHES. Building operations were novor as active at this tlmo of the year. Thorn are hundreds of now houses going wp In all parts of tho city and many moro being contracted for. Tho Spauldlng Logging oempany has orders' for lumbor to koop run ning on full ten hour tlmo alt fall and winter. Tho river Is nearly high enough to got logs out of tho Luckla muto. Tho ahortago of drcsaod lumber has been nearly ovorcomo and yet It keeps tho mills and planors hum ming to koop up tho domand. OllVor Myors lias Just finished a $2400 cottago at 3G0 North Thir teenth stroot. G, Mclntyro has JiiBt comploted a good rosldoaco on South Commercial street.. R. B. Houston Is building a vory neat rosldonco on South' Commercial street, Mrs. Ravage ,ls greeting. a now rest donco on Contor strooL A. J. Anderson Is oroctlng two cot tages on Ferry streof. 00 feet. Prop It up until you' can build It rfght Is tho ford, PROOFS OF RAW SALEM IS GROWING At Iho Lincoln school Thursday tlio attondanco was 201, and' a year ago about 170. At all tho schools It In tho samo. But at tho First M. 12. church thoro hnvo been 30 now mem bers added, and 15 moro havo letters ponding for ndmlsslon. Rev. Solleck says tho number of now people ar riving and making tholr homos In Salem Is romarkablo and shows a maryoloiiB growth In population. PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT ABLE TO LOCATE HERE Mr. and Mrs. Thomas FlnnoII. who havo boon rccolvlng The Capital Journal at tholr homo In Arlington, Neb., havo como to Oregon to llvo. Thoy woro In 8alom but could find no houso to llvo In and went back to Portland for tho present whoro thoy couiu got a houso. Thoy came up firm In . Tit iim.1 .. -. . . n Controt6r'B. Jo!0,,hi.,HW),ioki;;" ,0" ,l""r - W llh J I Prof. H. C. Tillman and fam'ly re turned to Salem from California this weok and they will mako their homo on State street. Prof, Tillman will devoto his tlmo to surveying. Ho has considered several o flora of educa tional work during tho summer, but h'as concluded to leave tho class room for -a yoar at least. Tho professor's many friends in Salem aro glad to welcome him back to their midst. Rev. W. H, Seljeck, of tho First M. E. church, conducted tho chape' exercises at tho University Thursday .morning, Tho library of Kimball college has recolvcd a largo box of books, tho gift of Rev. W. T. Euster of Portland and recently of Pendleton. Tho" Kimball Collcgo Bulletin" Is tho name of a now periodical to bo issued quartorly In tho Intorost of Kimball coliogo. Tho first number M.ltl ............ HY.. f -. I and Sunday school rally, 11 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. All wel come. Lutheran St. John's. , Missouri synod. Regular Sunday service at 10:16 a. m., In tho Gor man Lutheran St. John's church, corner Center and Fourteenth streots Geo. II. Engol, pastor. United EH'nngcllcnl. Rally day. Sunday school at 10 a. m. 11 a. m. sermon by tho pastor, "Rallying Around tho Standard. 7:30 p. in. exorcises by the Sunday school. Rovlval meetings bogln on Monday evening nnd will contlnuo Indefinite ly. Tho public Is cordially Invited to all those services. II. A. Deck, pastor. UNDER THE VINE AND FIG Iff WRAPPING PAPUH TALKS BY TlIK OOLOV" Autumn loaves. Wish sho would tho comnoaltinn, . take 'em along! Havo -you enjoyed n&mo of Moussory0 A WIm W I tho autumn leaves? Tho valloys havo u, rest to. tho imt...!' w'hi brightened with the brilliant yol- hHo European n-i; . i lows. Tho ash and maplo havo been tn handicaps to overpL ' tho greatest decorators thoso days. Uor his music reserabl ' But look you, in tho lawns where BUllon thunder m. ."0t"I wator is used, . tho maplo has nol 'nlng fleshlm- win, ,.:!.. r" k turned. We do not enjoy tho thought Illuminating a world """"-l of tho bare branches. Wo fool grato- Ho should get his nam. v81! 1 SUNDAY .SERVICES two houses for Mrs. Dayton on Con- ter street. CURTI8S LUMBER CO. HAS niO RUN OF TRADE Tho Curtis Lumber compnny ro ports salos In Utah by Ja, Goodalo of 2,000,000 foot to one firm", Tho Mill City plant htfajordorln for ovor 6.000,000 foot. Llimlinr ., i,i last wook fo? nptw houses at Salpm, Stayton, Tumor and Brooks. T J. Louslgnony who sold IiIh houso s building n now ono on Mill street. Jnck Ryan, who rocontly roturnod to Salem from Astoria, Is building a bungalow on MIU'Btroot. Rpy Budlong Is building a now house, H. L. Rockwoll having tho contrnct. J. H. Wilson sold. a houso In North Salem to a. W. Mornjiolnvog, who Is building nn addition to It. W-. R. Young h building n now houso on Trado stroot for Mr. Olm btcd. anxious to become rcsldonts of tho Capital City. WILSON GOT AHEAD OF THE OREGON RAIN J. A. Wilson is patting hlmsolf on tho jback because ho has got ahead of tho rain by moving Into n now houso 'JiiBt In tlmo to OHcapo tho wot noBs, Ho has got nicely sottlod In tho now .Hlngog houso at 870 Cho mokota street. OPENING will appear November 1. Prof. F. Cramor, A. B., of tho un! vorslty, will loach the classes In ovl donccs and psychology at tho collcgo of theology during tho presont year. Tho mission study classes for young ladles woro conductod by Mrs. 0. H. Patterson and Mr. C. O. Boyer. Prof. F. von Esschon has a Inrco young men's Blblo class at tho First M. E. church. Prof. G. H. Patterson Is ontortain- Ing his slstor from Sllppor Rock, Ppnn. Architect Lourtollotto of Boise was In Salem ovor Sunday looking after tho Interests of Eaton hall. Mr. S. Uonmrn of Spokaito Is a now JapancBo student at tho collcgo of thoology. Thoro aro now throo Jnpa neso stndonts at tho coliogo. Prof. Louis Bach has organized a clasB In Gorman conversation with a largo onrollrnortt. Prof. Tnusch, of the department of UP SOME John K..MLh w. I, : I'l'llosophy, addressed tho ffalemj qualntnnco and conoldorablo export- . First Baptist Church. Dr. J. R. Comer will speak at the First Baptist church Sunday morn ing on tho third of the October sorlcs, upon tho "Successful Church."" Tho Bubject for Sunday morning will bo "Tho Accordant Church." Thoso who hare heard the two preceding numbers of this series will not miss hearing tho third. There will bu special music by the chorus,, and In tho evening tho pastor will speak concerning "Tho New Man and His Opportuni ty." Strangers suuS others are- aor dfally Invited to worehlp with us. Sunday school at 10 a, m., ono httur before tho morning hoi-vice. Young1 Peoples Society nt T:3'ff In tho oven- i'ng. And on Thursday evenings tflo church I'h studying vri'tlr tho pastor Bomo vory Interesting snbjccts. AH' are lnvltod to any of tillo- services of the church".. ful to tho trees that hang onto tholr '1 different about U follago, Just as wo do to mon who ! refuse to grow bald. Besides, thoro ' Now co,nef the MwIcaI . is tho litter tho autumn leaves ex- beautl publication of Iffi cuso tho pun but wo havo had to S,'E- C0,n 39th Bt. and mi. buy a now rake and go to work on , x,' nnd los us that "oDer t thoso autumn leavings. Last Mon- dogonorato fo"n of music." V i day this region enjoyed tho first touch Jcarcc,y Rot ourselve9 worked nt or tno long lost rain. Wo had not ,""" "' was somcthls, i, T tfiU Mm i-lnrfm,a mlol. t ! l.l. When Smash, down , . . " on six months. To havo tho aroirmtlc , f f.ed"cntc irt mujc; t JJ moisturo wafted up from tho south- m'su'roct, which g a m land. bdIcciI from tho nr tnmat ni. i nBn8t educntlon." Th. ..... T H....11.... ...ii. . .. . .No moro niinr. tn. ... 'reiHl ....(jiiu w.iii uiu spray 01 mo grand -i .u. ug, Old Pacific is tho aWxlv nt Inv nn i plain rain. Tho air got soft, cool, ' Tho Wcstorner Is edited br EdR. clear, refresfifng. Comploxlons - Hnmpton, who acts outlo tell nw bloomed nml Inrffoa ofrrvi 0iini lrutn About tho West." A. v. .7 who had not been out for month":. l,Bh?? h,B mnBazfne at 8fuil a . .. - nnpfii r 1tmni .i..t . aoouc one-sixteenth of nn Inch of ,7,, Mr fll" rain reel in 24 hours hardly onough i ,8r raoro aan mn to wash tho dust off tho slato houso ' """i'ur n"my which I, dome. Ins so much. John Hartog, tho Eugene boosto-, has boon mainly Instrumental In iVoopIng It from raining for six months after rain was really- dtro. So wo woro nil happy Monday when tho gentlo mfata nnntrnil nn tlii .TV .1. (It fiatfto rain nearly K day beforo b"tni!tJ)V,th0llt PaTP5c-ca! It n,nnr.n.r r. 1 .- .. . I Of thOlndlvldlial in ton Inr ..J v . v,..v,..u ,. Hiuium, mm ovon cunt iioimndor got his fins wot. r hnvo long thought 'lb rjnft,. '""" ,x wsi im SLrff. Yrn, flnerc all-around lonro m h typo- fs restful to- the ere. n Li.- Itsoir.. its pIcturcffairhaTotTtiiiH. ItH reading matter Is enterUI,!,, onco In handling proporfy, has open ed a renl oatato offlco with Attorney Judgo GoodelV nnd Is making nr rangomonts to rut up Eoipa big tracts Into fruit acreage Tho Curth Lumbor company In en larging its dressed lumber shods. TWO NEW BHIOIC BLOCKS , ARE ON THE STOCKS Constructors nro hustling for about 300,000 brick that will go into two now brick hlocka that aro uu'dor way lu tho ImmcdlatQ fuUtro. Sam Man ning liriB plana out for a two Btor l00 by 1 20, and Frank Hughes bus all ArrnnBOinoiita mndo for a two-story brick, B0 by 100. Tho Salem brick ynrds nnd tho Woodhurn brick yardy havo both boon figuring on furnish ing building matorlnl. MORE CmTAGIM ARE GOING TO HE ERECTED Mrs. Anglo Ford Warren has plaiu comploted for threo cottngca on ho' property Just north of tho Btnto houso, nnd EnnU Walt will orect two cottngoa on North Front stroot. Thoro In moro demand for now houses than can bo Btippllcd, and tho lumbor ynrds aro taxed to supply the mntorlnl. CAMFORNIAN FirATES AT CAPITAL CVIT H. Hnv trm Htimbolt rniinlv. California, has been looking Salem over for n few day-j nnd has sont for bin family. Ho will locnto In tho city nnd look up a fruit farm to go onto noxt spring. Ho snys this country has California put on Ico for n homo for n man of smnll means. preachers mooting fast Mondny tflv-'CO.lL DISCOVERED Ing a very rntorestrng paper. j NEAR STLVKHTON' Prof. F. S. Mondonhall Is tho nirw-i It Is- enl'd' that con' linsi been dls ly choson director of tho First M. E. icovored on thvr Mulkoy farm Bouth of church and Mrs. Momfonhnll Is so-1 tho city on SITvor crook; but Just prano Bololst. (Sllvovton Appeal:)" Mr. D. L. Flold-, a student of how favorable tho prospect Is, Wo tho sonfor clnss hns berm given a havo- not lenrnitf. It Is reasonablo hoaty roccptloh by tho pcoplo of I to promimo however', thnt thoro Is NO HIXTV-lOOT nitlDOE WANTED ON S. (X1MMERCIAL Thoro Is gonoral protest ngaliut narrowing down tho roadway on tho Bouth Commorclal tjtroot bridge to Jttl Savings Account WILL EARN INTER EST AND IS AL WAYS CONVKUT 11U.E INTO CASH ON DEMAND. FEW INVESTMENTS OFFER THIS AD VANTAGE. AN IDE AL INVESTMENT FOR IDLE MONEY AS WELL AS FOR SAVINGS. WE PAY THREE PER CENT INTEREST," SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAl NATIONAL A PIONEER WHO IS LIVING' IN COMFORT A fow years ago W. II. H. Darby moved Into the city, and ninny of hl friends havo asked him how ho llkoa It. Ho nlwnys anys: "I like It. I ouiiiq lforo to lIUo It. Salem Is tho placo for any man to Hvo who wniiiB tho boat." Ho has Just completed a $3000 Iniprovomont nt G54 North Llborty Btroot, botweon Virion and Union. It Is up-to-dato, has wator, oloctrlc lights ami telophono, and Undo BUI 8ll va ho nan ovon tnkn n bath onco In awhllo without frcerlng , w,or1th lA)aRlt0 ftt C:r7 v' to death In cold wator. His homo" . 1,,u"uu,,"u,, has llvo sliding doors nnd a swing ing door nnd all tho latest society wrlnkloa. Ho paid $2000 for tho lot, and still owns nnd routs hla prop, erty In Yow Park. Mr. Darby la a nmn who llguroa close nnd says no ordinary Intelligent buy nt Sniom will Ioro n man money. Work nnd Howltt put up hla houso and ho Bays they nro good mon good nnnie3 for car pentora nnd bulldors. Loslfo- church, South Salem. Harry A. Wnnn, a coliogo ntudont, was rocontly married nt Pullman, Wash. Mr. Wnnn Is n graduate of tho stnfo collcgo. Mrs. Dean H. D. Klmbair has boon nttondlng a missionary convention nt Spokane, Wnsh. Row P. B. Bauor addressed tho JoHit Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. mooting Sunday afternoon nt Kim ball hall. Tho untVoralty qunrtot rendered n tfeloctlon nnd Mrs. Mon donhall sang a solo. Row Dnvla Ervott, Doan Kimball and- W. A. Schmidt also took pnrt !h tlio serv ices. Flrxf M'etlmllNt Eplsropnf. Rev. W. H. Solleok wIR preach at 10:30 a. m. on "An Attractive Chris tianity," and nt 7:30 p. m. on, "Ro conl In tho lillli near Sllvoiton, and sonio duy this mny bo as busy atowu as Sqotts Mills; An oxpert was hero last wook prospecting In tho- vicinity of SHvor ton nnd aftoi careful Investigation, covering a porlod" of sovomf days, mndii tho encouraging announcement tliat tho prospect la- ovon better than tho ono nt Scott Mills. He was onough oncouragod ovor the- result of'hls Investigation ta make an effort to-Becuro an option orr tho land whoro tho cropplirgB woro fhund, b'ut wo bo Hero this has not been sccirrod ns yet; Tho export, whoso nnmo' wo did not lonrn, claims that ho will" sink n drill ns soon as an option enrr bo se cured. Fow peoplo In thls city hnvo much confidence In tho prospect, but It How u mnrr In so dry a burg as Biiguno can hato tlio rain as ho scorns to; and yet ho never brngir on tho dryrross of ftfs town except torbonst that If does rrot rain Irr Bugono as It doos Itr tlio rest of tho vnlley. When It doos-rnln up thoro t Is moro Ifke n spray of Elr 'gono d'ocolguo perfumed wrrtbr odor ,Ized wltfi liot air. Tiioy bnthcrlh- that 'and seom to onjby it? thufadlvidual In tholarwiwurf ... . . - - mniurrg men and women; llg'on ns a Romanco or a Subjoct of may prove-to bo a rich flhd; and n- Humor." Blblo school at 12' m. Ep- groat bonoflfto Sllverton Itr gonoral SALEM NOW HAS AN IMPERIAL CAR SERVICE With about 30 miles of strootcar linos, with ' car service on all tho pilnclpal business and resldonco Btrtiofs,, with schodnloa of from ton to twonty minutes on each lino from 6 a. m, to II f, b., with theater car, tho Capital City can boost of tho best stroqtcar s.orico In tho stato, or In tho northwest for that mattor, Tho niotormeii aro fait mon. tho cars are on tlmo to tho .quarter of a second. land aro handling a ranldly growing .tnifflc. Th Capital Journal feels proud of tho Bervlco. It prollcts that If tbo lino woro oxtoiuled to Llborty IiihUIo of two years that would bo Ntho boat paying lino Into tho city. Would Mortgngo the Farm. A f armor on Rnrual Route 2, Em pire On., W. A. Floyd by nnrhe, say? "Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured tl two worst sores I over saw, one on n. hand and ono pf my lg. It Is wor nor than Its wolght In gold. J, wquH not bo without It If T had to mortgage tha farm to got It." Ouly 25c at J. C. Perry's drug store. Tk camp! ll Has weight only wits tsoo who want to boltave It. in. Chorus director. All nro cordially welcome Clu'meki'ta Stmr Evungrllrul. Rov. H. E. Horiittchuch will preach In tho Chomokota atroot EVangollcnl church on Saturday ovenfng, nt 8 o'olock, and also on Sunday morning and ovonlng. Ho fs well wnrth hear ing. Clvrlstlim Scloiirr. First Church of Christ, Scientist, 140 Chomokota stroot. Services Sun day at 11 a. m. and 7rSO p. m. Sub ject of lesson sermon, "Doctrine of Atonement." Sunday school at 12:0". p. in. Tho Wednesday evening meet ing la hold at 7:30 p. m. Roading room In tho church open eaoh aftor noou excopt Sunday. All aro cor dially Invited to attend tho services and tho reading room. W. O. T. U. Hall. Tho usual Christian temperanco aorvlco8 at 4 p. m. Rev. Noff will ba tho, speaker. First Pmsbytorlun. Church 8treot, corner Chemoket 8trot, Rov. Henry T. Babcock, pas tor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.nj. Preaching by tho pastor. Thames respectively, "Why Mlnlstor IqURellef," and "Thj Long-aufforing of God." The orchoatrn at tho even Ingi service will render two selections outltled "Molody of Love," and th. Introduction to "Gloria of the Twelfth Ma8s." Sunday school at 12 m. C. E. prayer meeting at 6:30 u. m. Mid-week prayor meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. nPm1iUc cor dially invited to all of these services. St, Paul's. Chomeketa and Church streets, Rev. Barr Q. Lee, rector. Holy com-num-oh, 7:30 a. w. Morulas servk If" a rich vein of coal Is found. The export stated that he wbb certain of Its value, and bollovrd a seven foot vein of rich conl could' liouncartho-T. Ho returned to Portland" the lat ter pnrt or tho prewdlhg week but oxpocts to return aoon ami give rho Inroapect a moro tlroiouglr Invostrga- tton. Not a lost art talo-bcarfnff and inu-tolllng: But ir you bear a good talo, you aro dbiltg good. A nil to aavo .nurnng another's foolfiigs Is O. K. somotlmcs. A wqmnn nsk's you "Did you boo my husband down town;, wits ho (Trunk?" Tell lior ouo. A good wny to start the day fs wltlr ir clean-swept health. A bright' fl re in tho flroplhco, n dioorful bhrzo thnt sends a maiinwny fl-ont homo with a momory or light and oomforr Is nn Ihlliionco for goed: Besides, It la a nlco plnco for the cliflcfron to got up itnd dross My af'or you hnvo gone out ro no a good pnunro ifny's work" for rhom. It Is nfco a god jifan ta swoop your honrth mentally. - It appears-that thWra nnrionoras cannot maifo monoy n Loitd'on nmf Paris and other Eliropenn cities be- tcauw so many lonls nnd nrtlbtocrata nnd first fiunllles- havo n cinch on tho "death watcll" of treo list:. Tho 9tni starvo tliore a ivltllo and then como to tlio land of. dontocracy to pick up tlio dbrrurs-. Tho imialcal critics aro raving over NIES LOST KEYS HEUI RECOVERED TN THE DALLES During fair week a man was ar rested and placed hi JnU for drmnkon no38. Ho was it Btrnnger hero and had among other thtnga In h'a po sessfon a bunch of Uoys on a ring boartng tho name "Kola Nles, Salem, Oregon.!' Tho stjangor could not account for having possession of the keys and left thorn with Recordor Fllloon, who wrote Kola Nles at Salem that tho keys woro horo. Mr. Fflloon dhj not know whether Mr. Nles wns a rest dent at Salem now or not, so sent hii a.-ird notifying him of having tha keys. Today ho received a letter from M". Nles saying ho had left tho koys sticking In a postofflco box nt Salem and returned fpr them ten minute? later but' found them gone. Mr. Nles was surprised to find them in Tho Dalles. Thov woro re turned to tholr owner today. Mr. Nels is a grower and exporter of hops at Salem. Lame Rack. This aliment Is usually caused by rheumatism of the tmiscles of tho small of tho back, and ts quickly cured by applying Chamberlain's Lin iment two or three times a day and mass! lag the prts at each applica tion For Mle at Dr. Stoae'a drug str. Rorbvnnllty may again lone bt become' a virtue. Everything ft t,. chlno tirade nnd tho tendency of on Bchoolsto destroy IndFrlduallfy hw n truo ureal of growth. The dsrtlo;. mont of tho indlvtdunr Is the tnlu'i nlm of cfvllI;alJon. The protcrlb and preservation of tlio Indlrlftnlu tho end nnd nlm of BorcrnBrnt- Octobor Craftsman. "If you lovo a pa'r or toren real Sroalolla," Is tho cntclry way tie Dt Ilnorntor ndvnrthes P. Marios Cnf ford's now novoh Well, It doet ocVs honrt good to r'end nn old-fublotM I lovo story with lots of "goo-po business lb It, and then hate wsn 'ono holler, "John, you haren't i?? any wood' for breakfast'' f Wo could enjoy that new nortf Ir .Crawford' so much moro If the htro'i t iiaiiio did not sound to much Eh fStrnddelhr-biig. The prettiest concert p'anhtadn .'tisod at prp8ont I Augusta Cttor ;of Now York. But then there a (too many protty women In the rot'l to pay any attent on to that. Thomus E. Wotson, ot ThOD?io, Georgia, Is still alfro Re pubtiii a weekly and a monthly exp!"! who Thomas Jefferson was. Wi glad Watson la nllvo and ItSmn not to be forgotton. The wrapping paper editorial like tho Episcopal church they l nothing to do with dlscuiiloaofp Itlcs or rellg'on BARR'S JEWELERS CaeftI Planning Miitnal Benefits etery "Every day wo aro planning ahead for tho coming season; day wo will endeavor to show you the' nurpose of this store mote forcibly than ovor.'1 ; Now goods w!lf bo in dally evidence from now till the toMW You'll want to be noited; you'll wanti to know what's going ob. you'll want to bo up to date; you'll want to trade with a Je' store that keeps pace with tho times. ' We'll share each other's burdens. BARR'S JEWELERS 1 I