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DAILi' OAMxAL JOURNAL, BALtiAi, OlttiGON, TUESDAY, SETTlOinEn 14, 1009.
M 't THE CAPITAL JOURNAL E. IIOFSft, Editor and Proprietor .iiiltpoudcnt Nowipuper Devoted to American rrinclples and tho Viogntt and Uevelopomont of All Oregon. FubUihod Hrerjr Kruinua Kiccpt Sunday, Salem, Ore. SUBUCUItTION KATIES. (Invariably In Advance.) Dallr, by carrier, per jrcar... W.00 Fcr month ..J0o Uailr, by mall, per year. 4.00 Per month Joe Weekly, by mall, per rear-..... ....... 00 Six month ....60c it xzsjk2v , rjrv-S'.7. b. A GERMAN WANTS A WIFE. A plain, Industrious German advertises in this paper for a wife, " He is a man who apparently has seen military service, aridtknows what he wants. He does not object to a widow, and would even take up with a child or two, Of course, he wants a German wife, and a woman who is not afraid to work. His idea of founding a home is based on industry and is not a matter of sentiment, He expresses an idea that is very Much needed to be im pressed in these days. That is that industry Is the foundation of the home and society and not culture, The college dude who rolls up his pants six inches at the bottom is delightful to look at. His tomato can hat on one corner of his head is also cal culated to delight the heart of any maiden, But that honest Gorman, or any laboring man or me chanic will make a better bread provider. The society girl or near-society girl who reads that ad or this editorial should take a hint, o THE TAFT RECEPTION IN PORTLAND. After a bittor attack on the Oregon senators who are to entertain President Taft during his Portland visit, all has quieted down, Tho first attempt was to discredit Senator Bourne with tho administration at his home city and substitute machine managers. President Taft's private secretary quietly notified the Port land mud-sllngers that the president would be Mr, Bourne's guest, Ho also notified tho malcontents that the matter had been decided a year ago, and the president hoped no friction would be created. This put a quiotus on the whole mischief-making program that was directed at one result only to destroy Oregon in fluence with Taft, Sonator Bourne has never opened his mouth on the whole subject and has placed the Taft reception in the hands of a strong and competent local committee. Taft will not bo herded exclusively with millionaires, plu tocrats and corporation officials as had been programmed by tho representatives of tho interests, It will bo a people's reception, in which Taft will bo seen and honorod by the great mass of the common people who desire to see him. As the worthv and sincore succossor of President Roose volt, Prosldont Taft Is worthy of the admiration of the poopio, -o- FIGHTING FOR RAILROADS INTO CENTRAL OREGON. Bonneville's Monthly contains tho first authentic statomont In tho Soptombor issuo of tho Boiso and Coos Bay railroad, For ono yonr a campaign has been carried on to awaken the dead bones of sleeping enterprise in central Oregon. Tho poopio of Boiso wore the fiist to awaken and get be hind tho district-lniilt railroad idoa, Tho poopio of Coos Bay next responded and put through a survoy over the Coast range with low grades. Thoy aro now pioceeding to got right of way and make tho fight for adequate terminal facilities, Tho snmo olomonts that fought Harriman from crossing Coos Bay are now opposed to an independent line. But thoy will not win and tho poopio of Coos Bay will not bo surrounded by the Chinoso wall of solfisli interests much longor, Now tho Roseburg Commeicial club has takon up tho fight undor tho managomont of C, T, Colt, and will push the sur vey westward. Saturday night a meeting was held with delegates from North Bend and Marshflold and $6000 was subscribed to push tho work, Tho Coos Bay citlos and Roseburg aro to finance the sur vey, right of way and terminal facilities from Coos Bay out. Now comes Wm, Hanloy, C,W, Mallett and J, W, McCul loch and Incorporate the Coos Bay and Boise railroad, $50,000 stock, Link by link, step by step, is the great fight being mado, ii IDLE MONEY ii i will earn interest in our ! ; Savings Department and ; ; ! : is available when wanted. I I ; A good place for trust ii ; ; funds in the hands of Ad- ! ! ;; ministrators, Executors, i ; Trustees and Guardians. ; lfopplty Hop. Aro you Just barely setting around by tho aid of crutches or a caneT Unices you havo loet a limb or have n deformity- It your trouble ! rheumatism, lumbago, sprain, stttX joints, or anything of like nature use Dullard's Snow Liniment, and In no tlm you can throw away your crutch's and bo as well as anyone Prlco 25c. SOo and 1.00 Sold by all dealer, Tho suft bet Is gouorally tho one you did not make. and thus it will be won to open up central Orecjon. The board of directors for the whole 500 miles is Wm, Grimes, Wm, Hanley and Geo, H, Shellenberger, These men will not be switched nor bluffed from their task, but will proceed with the program of opening up Oregon. Harriman and Hill inte.ests are said to be driving through lines to central Oregon with great speed. But a great main line across the center of the state to an independent seaport is 300 miles nearer the Inland Empire. It Is auu miles nearer boise, butte, bait Lake and Denver than any present seaport, and that alone makes the fight for the independent transcontinental line worth making, PORTLAND AUTOISTS ARRESTED Notice to Contractor. UNITED MUSH LI1AHKI) Willi:. Portlnnd, Or., Sept. 14. Mrs. Hnzol Mnddox, wlfo of Patrolman Clifford Mnddox, of this city, and Frank B. Rodman, nn atitomobllo man, aro being held Incommunicado in tho city prison today, pending In vestigation by tho local grand jury Into tho chnrgo that they wero rid ing in an automobile thnt strnick and killed Mrs. Mny Real on August 5. For many weeks tho identity of tho two persons in tho fatal red au tomobile haH been a mystory, but the trail of BtiRplclon has led to Mrs. Mad dux and Rodman, nnd tholr nrrcst last night forcshadowows a search ing Investigation by tho grand Jury. Tho prisoners havo been ordered In detlnuo, nnd aro not allowed to see ero nn attorney, or to bo ndmltted to ball. Tho grnnd Jury continued Its In vestigation todny. When nrrcstcd neither Mrs. Mnddux nor Rodman appeared disturbed by tho sorlous noss of the suspicion. Kinder which thoy rest, nnd both denied tho charge. o PERSONAL MENTION Li 1j hi J a 1 al 1 i A lt tl J Notice is hereby given thnt senled bids will be opened nt n meeting of the common council of Salem, Ore gon, to bo held on tho 20th day of September, 1909, for tho Improve ment of Stnto street In tho city cf Snlam, Oregon, from tho east lino of Twelfth street to tho west lino of North Mill crcok in said city. Snld Improvement shall bo mado with Warren Brothers' Dltullthlc Water proof Pavement in accordnnco with tho plans and specifications adopted by tho common council for said Im provement nnd now on fllo In, tho office oi the city recorder. Dlds will bo received on proposals submitted by tho city attorney nnd must bo in accordnnco with tho specifications. Date of tho first publication of this notice, the 11th day of September, 1909. By order of tho common council, W. A. MOORES, 9-ll-5t City Recorder, o Notice to Contractor. lEiifHHiiiwiimiifiiiiiai8im I Salem Feed Barn BAYNE & SMITH, Proprietors Mrs. J. B. Baker went to Eugcno today, whoro she will visit friends nnd moot Mr, linker, who Is return ing from n buslnostt trip to' Snn Francisco. Mrs, Uorbort Fawk, of Portland, Is visiting hor mother, Mrs. 0. W. Simon, during tho stnto fair. II. S, Galllgan, a promlnont nur porymnn of Hood River, Is visiting tho fnlr. J. N. English nnd family, or Stay ton, nro In Salem to pund tho weok nt tho fair. Miss Ione Williams will loavo this ovenlng for Soattlo. to visit tho ox- position for a fow days. JnmoH R. Curdy, of Falls City, wns In tho city yentordny looking ovor tlio stnto fnlr. Thoman Goodtn returned to his home In Portlnnd this morning, nftor spending n fow dnys with friends nnd rolntlves horc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert llolsom left this morning for tholr old homo In Clovolttml. Ohio, to visit tholr rela tives nnu menus, N. P. Thompson, tho woll-known realty man, of Oregon City, was In the city for it few hours yosterdny, looking nfter uubIiioks matters. Mr. Thompson has his eye on Salem as a futuro location. o To the man who pays for thorn, children' sluen ein to wear out about once a Aveek Notlco Is hcroby given thnt sealed bids will bo opened nt a mooting of tho common council of Salem, Ore gon, to bo hold on tho 20th of Sep tember, 1909, for tho Improvement of front strcot in tho city of bnlom, Oro gon, from n point 300 feet south of tho south lino of Mnrkot street to tho north city limits. Snld Improve ment shall bo mado with gravel In accordance with tho plnns and speci fications ndopted by the common council for snld Improvement and now on file In tho offico of tho city re corder. Bids will bo recolved on proposals submitted by tho citv at torney nnd must bo In accordance with tho specifications. Ditto of tho first publication of this notice, tho 10th dny of September, 1909. By ord'or of tho common council, ' W. A. MOORES, 9-10-5t City Recorder. Capacity for 300 horses. Waiting rooms open day and night. All Modern Equipments. SOUTH END BIG BRIDGE ON S. COMMERCIAL ST. Regular Feed Barn prices 10 and 15c, with your own feed. Best feed furnished at reasonable prices Electric Lighted and City Water Barn opens Monday, September 13th. tgiiHHHiiiiiiimai !! ! mf I A National Bank Government Supervision Means Much Year by year tho government's supervision of National Banks 1b becoming moro rigid, and tho qualification of tho oxamlnor Is reaching a higher offlcloncy. Tho Comptroller of Curroncy, i.Ir. Murray, is knocking nt tho door of Congress nnd asking still greater powers in tho administra tion of his trust. Ho Is determined to safeguard tho peoplo's money doposltcd In National Banks. Tho word NATIONAL shall bo iiiitl Is n synonym of safety. Many banks aro savod ovory year by tho tlmoly warning and halt callod in mlsmanagomont by tho National Bank Examiner. Having fully dccldod on a National Bank as your depository, solcct tho ono that offers amplo facilities and good sorvlco. You nro respectfully Invited to call and soo us. UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK 8ALKM, OREGON. rnm3B5Z3mamm?nmmmmmKmmmmmmmmm Health ACTUALLY, POSITIVELY. IN- VARIABLY RESTORES GRAY HAIR TO THE COLOR AND VIGOR OF YOUTH, You cao'l look young if your hair ii gray, faded, dull and hlcleu. Hay'a Hair Health will bnog back the naluial color, jwt at it was when you were young. Stop dandruff and falling out. Make the naif bright, lilky and full oi lile and beauty Bet a dye won't color or toil youi akin. f 1 ANB 8. BOTTLES. AT BRUGGISTS. Hay'a HartUua Soap cure czma, red, roagh an J chapped tuudt, au J ail aala dluatea. 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Coroner of Marion County Sulciu, Oregon Offico l'liono ISO Main Itetihlciicti -I Mnlit SALEM BREWERY I ASSOCIATION Beer Sold in Carload Lots. x Shipments in Kegs or Bot tled Beer to any Point on the Pacific Coast : : : : BSU&u eV-KlllHHlllBlll DIlrMIMnU AMJO Duuixuvunnm o PALACE OF SWEETS (lied Cross Pliannncy) Ice Creams, Ices and Confectionery. FAMILIES SUPPLIED. mimmiunnuiM Brewing Plant and Offices ;; On Trade St,, In Wholesole District Salem, Oregon ; ; W)ff IttiffHHHHmU BIfrBtf fllf f at wninunmmuffiiumuiiintt ELITE CAFE Best Services in the City The Popular Resort i Lunch Counter Open All Night FOR Hay, Straw, Rolled Barley, Oats, Mill Feed, Chop, Flour, Salt, Vetch Seed, All Kinds of Grass Seeds, New Barrels and Kegs, etc. GOTO D. A. WHITE & SONS The Feed and Seed Men. 255 N. Commercial Street - - - Phone 160 Branch Store at the Fair Grounds, on Silverton Road t . ;; SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ii I Capital National Bank o- Chlliirvn Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O ASTO Rl A I W. A. IRVIN, Prop. 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