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DAILY OAT1TAL JOTJBNA . SALFM OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SETTEMBEIt 8, 1000
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL E. IIOP.ir, Editor ad Proprietor Independent Kowrpaper Do voted to American rrlnclples na t tha PrnirrGMi nd DeTolortement of AH Orezon. T. rubllihed Krery Brenlng Except Sunday, Salem, Oro. subscription katjcs. (lnrariably in Adrancc.j Dally, by carrier, per ycar... W.OO Per month......Mo Dally, by mall, per year .. 4.00 Per moath 85o Weekly, by mall, per year-..... .MX) Six month i,......60o V-vSsIPS mmMfem fiaaxfiiV- THERE MUST BE AUTOMOBILE PROTECTION. Study the two automobile ordinances before the city coun cil and tell your alderman what you want. The mayor's ordinance has some good points but Is not proteotive enough for the rest of the people. The ordinance introduced by the editor of this paper was not drawn up by an attorney and is probably defective in But it alms to protect poople who do not ride In automo biles, and who want protection against them. The ordinance committee will porbably take the best points In both ordinances and report one ordinance, But they should realize that we have a big city and one life saved is worth more than all the automobiles in the United States. . . , . Again we say look up the two ordinances as printed In Monday's Journal and then tell your alderman what you think about them. , L . . .. The people should be protected in life and limb against the craze of the age to drive at from twenty to forty miles an hour on the public streets and highways, o WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH THE BUTTER TRUST? Isn't It fine to have a state dairy and food commissioner? The difficulties of dairying are constantly increased. The businoss is being more and more monopolized, Ono large concern is making almost a monopoly of the whole product. , The butter trust now asks forty cents a pound, Substitutes are made Illegal, Cheese at wholesale is up to eighteen cents a pound. The trust will try to screw butter to fifty cents and cheese to twenty-five cents, Why not? L l , When tho state and the national government has to keep an army of inspectors living off the taxpayer, why shouldn't the product be monopolized? The small dairyman and the little creamery and cheese factory cannot live, How would it do to havo tho expense of dairy inspection borne by tho products? The taxpayer has to stand for it now. Why not mako tho consumer pay the bill? Tho stuff could not bo much higher, A piece of butter as big as an old-fashioned coppor cent is worth more than a cent. Tho same weight of butter that is in a silver dollar will coy nearly as much as tho uncoined silver after awhile, o WHAT MR. CURTIS DID NOT SEE. Wm, E, Curtis of tho Chicago Record-Herald did not seo somo things worth printing about this community, Ho saw tho Indian school, tho prune orchards, and the country roads in and out of Salem, But ho probably did not ovon havo his attention callod to the fact that here Is a city without graft. Tho city council tho other night passed on $100,000 of bills and contracts in loss than two hours. So far as an ordinary businoss man can tell there is not a dollar of graft in the whole proceedings. Tills community has a public school government devoid of graft and pull and favoritism and run upon merit, Wo havo a county government that is devoid of graft and not a dollar can be not hold of but for value received. Tho city, school district and county government aro run on a cash basis and all warrants aro at par, In nearly ovory Instanco tho offlco seeks tho man, and there is no political machine that has to bo fod and places made to keep its votaries out of the poorhouse. Mr, Curtis could havo seen a local community self-gov-ornocl on the lino of hlghor ideals than aro put Into practical oporation in any other community In tho United States, More Than 20 Ingrodlonts e'vo to Hood's Snr 8ntarllla Its groat curatlvo powor powcr to euro many and varied com plaints, including diseases of the blood, ailments of tho stomach, troubjes of tho kidneys and liver. Many of tho ingredients aro just what tho profession prcscribo in tho ailments named, but tho combination and pro portions aro peculiar to this mediciho and give It curative power peculiar to itself. Therefore, there can bo no substitute fdr Hood's. Get it in tho usual liquid form, or in tablets called HarsatabB. WONDERFUL CHAIR OF OREGON MAPLE Dreezo Gibson has struck a new high water mark by turning aut wonderful chair, that Is on exhibition in tho how windows of tho Duron & Hamilton furnituro store. It Is of solid curly or burl maple, Buch as grows only on the Eola hills, and which If tho furnituro makers could got hold of In tho Hast would bo worth almost Its weight In gold. Somo of tho burls entering into tho construction of this chair aro thrco feet across, and were cut from trees sovornl hundred yoars old. Mr. Gib son Is n genius for the odd and freaky In tho works of naturo, and has been thrco years gathering tho material for this chair. Every pleco Is made of tho natural growth and curves, and tho rough pointed oxto- rlor burls aro nature's own handi work nnd carving. Tho largo back plato of tho chair has a carved mar gin all around of tho natural burl, a wonderful design that surpasses any artificial conception. It needs to bo socn to bo understood, an no descrip tion can do it justice. Somo of tho polished surfaces scorn to havo hosts of llttlo angol chenubs flickering over tho surface and tho light reflects a puro golden yollow from tho highly polished woods. Tho back of tho chair Is mounted on a pair of giant elk horns of soven nnd nlno points each, tho monster oik having boon enpturod near Mt. Jefferson especial ly for this chair. Tho beautiful pleco of furnituro Is worth at least 9250, and should graco tho Elks lodge, and should really bo occupied by tho noxt governor of Oregon, who will un doubtedly ho a mombor of that or der. Tho chair might properly ho presented to President Taft, as It Is Rolld nnd strong enough to hold him. Mr. Gibson hnB inn do many beautiful works of art In tho maplo burls, but this surpasses thorn all. MADE A GREAT PLAY FLYING MACHINE KILLS ITS MAHOUT FUNERAL HONORS TO JULIUS ZUPANSKY Tho funeral of tho Into Julius Zu panoky was conducted from tho dough funeral parlors on Court street Tuesday attornoon at 3 o'clock Thcro wero runny beautiful floral of ferings, and tho servlco was con ducted by Hoy. P. S. Knight, of tho Congregational cfiurch. After Ira- I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 II HI 1 U rvEPOSIT Your Savings 1 With Us- 4 They will earn interest 4 ami be available when wanted ' Savings Deportment :: Capital National Bank :: II It I i II I It 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 i I prcsslve reading of tho scrljituro ami prayer tho friends took olectrlo cars for tho comotory, whero tho roso sor vlco was conducted by tho sama min ister. It consists of sprinkling roso leaves ou tho casket Instead of earth, and was closed with rendition of somo very appropriate verws written by Nov. Knight. Tho Gorman Gesang Vercfn rendored a beautiful song In tho Germau language over their brother, who was ono of tho charter members. A largo number of friends of tho deceased attended tho sorvices, nnd paid tho last trlbuto of respect to his memory, THE NATIONAL BANKS MUST MAKE SHOWING t United IrM Uuiil WlrO Washington, Sopt, 8. Tho comp troller of tho currency today Issued a call for a statement of tho condi tion of all national banks at tho close of business Wednesday, September 1 tJnltcrt I'rni I.coicil Wire. Juvlssy, Franco, Sept 8. Tho first doath In tho history of Fronch avia tion wns roglsterod hero today, fol lowing n fatnl ncoldont bofalllng E. LoKobvr', who rocontly sprang Into fnmo as ono of the loading aoro plnulBts of tho country. LeFobvro wni touting n Wright mnehlno short ly bofore nightfall Inst night, when, or some ronson, tho machlno swoopea down under a torrlfflo forco gonorat od by tho revolving propollors and violently struck thy earth. LoFubvro landed bond foremost, mid died a few minutes aftorward without recovering consciousness. Shortly beforo his fatal flight Lo- 1'obvro had tested nnothor Wright mnehlno succoisfully. Tho aviator wns known as a reck low llyor. and at different times had litn tluvd for reokloene. o ' Another hurrlennu. destroying sev eral live and much property, down ! In Texas. Come to Oregon When the Liver s is Out of Tune j the whole system is off the key i stomach upset, bowels slug- gish, head heavy, skin sallow j nml the eyes dull. You cannot be right again until the cause of the trouble is removed. Cor rect the flow of bile, nnd gently stimulate the liver to healthful action by taking BEEGHAM'8 PILLS the bile remedy that is safe to use nnd convenient to take. A dose or two will relieve the nausea and dizziness, operate the bowels, carry new life to the blood, clear the head and improve the digestion. These old family pills are the natural remedy for bilious complaints and quickly help the liver to Strike the Key note of Health BoM tvtrywhr. la bextt 10c. and Ue followers of the Pacific Coast league aro still talking about a play, the like of which thoy never saw, and nover expect to seo again, unless tho samo player pulls it off. Rollo Zelder, tho San Francisco shortstop, who goes to tho Chicago White Sox for $5500, and a player or two, pulled off the play tbtat baa kept San Francisco fans talking for tho past week. Tho San Francisco Bulletin do scribes tho play. Zelder was on sec ond and Griffin on third, nnd runs were needed to put tho Seals on cooy street. Tho battor throw up tho squcczo signal. Griffin caught It, and an soon ns tho ball left tho hand of tho pitcher ho started for homo. Tho batter missed tho ball and It was clear n day that Griffin was a dead ono. As soon as ho was able ho retreated to third, whoro Zoldor was holding forth. When within n few foot of tho bag Grlffln turned about and started for tho plato again, nil tho tlmo hoping that somo one would oxecuto a wild peg, and that ho would score. Ho hoped In vain, but lo and behold his antics scored Welder anyhow. Dut how? When Griffin camo bock to third Hogan caught tho ball and started after tho runner. Grlffln sot out poll moll for tho plato. It was a hot raco between them. All thlstlmo Zoldor was racing right behind Ho gan, but Hogan didn't know this, Hogan overtook Grlffln Just beforo ho reached the plato and tagged him. Hardly had tho ball been put on Grlf fln when Zelder dashod by Hogan and scored. It was tho greatest pleco of baso running over seen on a San Francisco diamond. Tho fans wont wild with glee ovor Zelder's brainy play. Helena Trcasuro Stato. PIONEER BURIED AT TURNER TODAY Tho funeral services ovor tho re mains of tho lato J. M. M. Wd, of Turner, woro held at tho family resl denco nt Turner today at 1 o'clock p. m. Rev. Dlcknoll, of tho Prosbyto rinn church conducted tho services In nn Impresslvo manner, nnd paid a trlbuto to tho memory of tho depart ed. Ho was a pioneer of 18C0, and wns n highly respected citizen. The body was burled at tho Cornelius cemetery, thrco miles southwest of Tumor. Thoro wns n largo attend ance of frlonds nnd neighbors, o A Ilunit Child Dreads tho fire. Tho dread Is wholo bo in e, but not tho burn; that can bo honied and Instantly rolloved by ap plying Ballard's Snow Liniment. Bo prepared for accidents by keeping a bott lo always In tho houso. Best for sprains, bruises, outs, scalds, rhou mntlsm, neuralgia, bunions any and all aches nnd pains. Prlco 25c, 50c and 1 00 Sold by all dealers. Choice Lots On Easy Terms $100 and up, on easy payments, will buy lots 50x150 in Meeker's Addition adjoining Fairmount Park. See Meyer & Belle Land Co., 437 State street, or Mr. Meeker, S. Commercial St., corner Rural Ave. $1600 Good 6-room house and 4 lots, east front, 4 blocks from Postoffice. Huie Wing Sang Co. Big Sale on all Goods this Week White and Colored Underskirts. 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 to $4.60 Night Gowns prices.. C5c, $1, $1.15, $1.45, $1.76, to $2.60 each Wrappers prices 50c, 75c, $1.26, $1.50, $2.25 to $8.50 75c Night Gowns, sale OOc $2.25 Night Gowns, salo $1.15 $1.40 Biack Underskirts. .83c Klmonas OOc, 91, $1.50, 92, $0 $1.75 Children's Shoes.. 91.125 $1.S5 Comforts, salo. . . ..ft 1.23 75c Shirts, salo OOc 40c fine Undershirts nnd Drawere, salo 25c $2.50 Wool Pants, salo. .$1.00 12c yard Dress Goods, salo. .Oc 26c yd. Dress Goods, salo. ,18c $1.00 yard bilks, salo 05o $3.25 Fancy Waists, salo. 82.25 $1.75 Black Waists, salo. 81.25 $1.50 Umbrellas, salo. . . .81.00 15c Flno Hose, salo 10c 75c Heavy Gloves, salo. . . .50j 111k Sale on nil kinds of WltAPPEHS. 325 North Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon J A pleasing good, high grndo, truly flavored, ambor colored cup of coffeo can be had and without tho real coffeo danger, or damage to health by simply using Dr. Snoop's now sub stltuto, callod "Health Coffeo." Piure, wholosomo, toasted coreals, malt, nuts, etc., mako Dr. Snoop's Health Coffeo both healthful and satisfying. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling. Miide in h nilitiU' ssjm Dr. Shoo? If served as coffeo, It's tasto will ovon trick an expert. Test It nnd seo. J. W. Harrltt. o Tho Gorman pollco havo tho hat pin under ban, and yot tho hatpin Is not n concealed weapon. o ITCHING ERUPTIONS QUICKLY COOLED poison oak, etc., you can rid yourself of tho Itch in ten seconds by wash ing with Oil of Wintergrocn com pounded In D. D, D. Prescription, Physicians rccognlzo D. D. D. as the standard for eczema and Psoriasis, and it has cortalnly been found In valuablo for all othor skin diseases. J. C. Perry. Just a few drops of Oil of Wlnter greon properly compounded and wnshod into tho skin will tako away Instantly the worst kind of Itch. If you are suffering with any kind of skin trouble, such as summer rashes, prickly heat, poison ivy, H Hon Pickers. Attention Now is tho tlmo to buy your supplies. Everything necessary to comploto tho hop-plckor's outfit. HOP BASKETS TENTS STOVES BEDDING rUHNITUUE, ETC J. N. SHANTZ New and Second-Hand Goodfi J171J COUUT ST. When you start out after that new suit, sir, start In the right direction. Start toward the Clothing House that has a well established reputa tion for selling only the BEST of CLOTHES. Such a resolution will be sure to bring you here. Suits $10 to $30 '! 1 1 4 Han Y The clothes you will find lure are something more than"just clothes." We will do more than clothe you we will "dress" you. G. W. Johnson & Co. 1 4 1 N. Commercial St.