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DAILY OAPITAli JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1000.
PAGE BIX AII I AMFTTF l mm m m I I h UNIVERSITY (By J, T. Sullivan) sf: if; 5f; 5s ; H ): $ Two largo glass cases aro being Installed In the university museum room, for thte recoption of an ex ceedlngly valuable collection of Central American fauna, which President Hoinan recently pur chased. There is probably no other such collection west of th)e Missis sippi. The collection of specimens for the museum is too great to al low proper display in the present space afforded for this purpose. Other valuable collections will be turned over to the university as soon as adequate room is furnished. The freshmen girls are becoming real aggressive, and if something is not done, the situation may become unbearable. .This morning they posted a challenge to any and all classes to engage with them in a game of basketball. Tho challenge will undoubtedly be accepted, but the matter of officials will be hard to decide, for not every one will venture in "where angels fear to tread." Lena Rivers at the Grand. Assistant Coach Bellinger is hav ing a hard time with the second football team of late. Two of his most valuable men were lost to him by graduation to the first team, an other moved away, and still another was forced to drop out because of studies. Bellinger is making a strenuous canvass of available ma terial for new candidates and last night Ralph Homan appeared in a suit and will be tried out at tackle. McAdams, right end, has been out with a broken bone in his hand, but will be back today. Not much time is left to prepare for the trip i but if it is in the bounds of possl to Vancouver on Thanksgiving day, bility, Coach Bellinger will, lring back a victory from the Washington school. o r Smnshcs All Records. As an all-round laxative tonic and health-builder no other pills can com pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They tone and regulate stomach, iv er and kidneys,, purify the bood, strengthen the nerves, cures consti pation, dyspepsia, biliousness, jaun dice, headache, chills and malam. Try them. 25c at J. C. Perry'. Seventy-five per cent of tho so-called- comedians- aro failures be cause of their absolute absurdity and vapid attempts to create a laugh. "Lena Rivers" has become notable through its perfectly legiti mate comedy situations, which nev er fail to please evon tho most blase auditor, hence Its unqualified suc cess with its splendid audiences ev erywhere. Tho caBt, headed by Miss Emma Bunting, whose charm ing personality and beauty seems exactly fitted to the part of Lenu, is an organization marked for Its artistic attainment, and the hit which both play and campany have made is attested by tho continuous applause .aoid laughter which, is heard at each performance. The play will be at the Grand Opera House on Saturday, and our Jocol theatre-goers will then have an op portunity, of judging personally both of the merits of the company and play. o . Lived 152 Years. Wm. Parr, England's oldest man. married the third time at 120, work ed in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer. People should be youth ful at 80. James Wright of Spur lock, Ky., shows how to remain young "I feel just like a 16-year-old boy," he writes, "after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters. For thirty y&nrs kidney trouble made life a burden, but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth." They're a godsend to weak, sickly ruii-dova or old "people. Try them. 50c at j, C. Perry's. o SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. TIME TABLE. Effcctivo Sunday, July 4, 1000, at 12:01 A. M. Northbound. ' No. 10 Oregon Express. to No. 18 Cottars Grove Pnsu, No. 20 Roseburg Passenger 3:15 p.m. 14 rortiaHU luxpress vizva.n. 12 Shasta Limited 7w3p.m souuiDounu. 5:15 a.m. 8 :1B p.tn No, No, No. 13 San Francisco Express. . . .3 :31 a.m. No. 11 Shasta Limited 7:43 p.m. No. 10 Ashland Passenger 10 :UU a.m. No. 17 Cottage Grove Pass. 0:45 p.m. No. 10 California Express U'.oup.m. Northbound. No. 220 Way Freight .11 :45 a.m. No. 222 Portland Fast Freight ...0:50p.m. Southbound. No. 225 Way Freight 11:45 a.m. No. 221 Portland Fast Frelcht ...2:43a.m. OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. Local Leaves for nd intermediate Dolntt Portland-Hlllsbore Intermediate. . . 0 :00 a.m. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R 8 A - 1 For Sale f V M 26 acres 2 miles northeast T of Salem; fine soil, and located good to cut into 5-acre tracts. 2 CO acres timber land; will j cut over 2000 cords of wood; & only $2G per acre. I Derby &Wil!son Portland and Intermediate points. 10:05 a.m Portland and Intermediate 11:15 a.m. Portland and Intermediate 1:05 p.m. Limited. Portland, Tualatin and Hlllsboro.3 :36 p.m. Local. Portland-nillsboro Intermediate. .4 :15 p.m. Portland and Intermediate points. 0 :20 p.m. Portland and Intermediate pelnts. 8 :40 p.m. Local Arrives From Portland and Intermediate points. 8 :30 a.m. Portland-IIlllsboro Intermediate . . .0 :40 a.m. Limited. Portland'HIllsboro and Tualatin. 10 :20 a.m. Local. Portland and Intermediate points. 11 :55n.m. Portland and Intermediate points. 1 :35 n.ni. Portland-HHlsboro Intermediate. . .4 :00 p.m. Portland and Intermediate 0:45 n.m. Portland and lntermddlato 8:20 p.m. Salem, Falls City & Western Ry LEAVE WEST SALEM FOR: Dallas, Falls City, Black Hock. . 0 :00 a. m. 'Dallas and Intermediate points. 1:25 p.m. Dallns, Falls City 4:30 p.m. xDallas, Falls City. Black Bock. . 1 :25 p. m xDallas and intrmdint points. ... 5 :00 p. m. ABUIVE WEST SALEM FBOM : Falls City. Dallas 8:30 n.m. Black Kock, Falls City, Dallas. .12 :15 p. m. Dallas and Intermediate points. 3 :55 p. ni. xDallas and Intermediate points. 12 :40 p. m. xBlack Bock, Falls City, Dallas. . 4 :40p. m. Dally excent Sunday. xSunday only. Ferry launch from foot of Stntc street CANDIDATES' CARDS Platform of N. F. NELSON, FOR GOVERNOR. Equal rights, equal laws, and equal Justice to every citizen. Men grant your equals Justice; women exercise your rights! Men and women, do your duty! 10-4-tf ANY LADY Can easily make from $18 to ?25 per week working for me quietly in bcr own home local ity. This is a bona fide offer ono which will pay you to Inves tlgato, even If you can only spare two hours .per day. No invest ment required. Turn your spare time into money. Write me at once for particulars. Address Har riet M. Richards, box 30, Wo man's building, Jollot, Illinois. Kills to Stop trio. Fiend. The worst foe for 12 "years, of John Deye of Gladwin, Mich., was a run ning ulcer. He paid doctors over S400 without benefit. Then uuck Un's Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him. Cures fever-sores, bolls, felons, eczema, salt rheum. Infallible for piles, burns, scalds, cuts corns, 25c at J. C. Perry's. connects depot. with nil trains at Second-street Dennlson Launch Line C. K. Dennlson launch, foot of State street, connects with all trains. Boat leaves 15 minutes before ar rival and departure of all trains. Express and baggage handled. Tele phone 849. Steamers Pomona and Oregona leave for Portland Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 10 a. m., Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m. For Corvallis, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday about 6:30 p. m. M. P. BALDWIN, Agt. Capita! Journal "Want Ads" Bring Quick Results One cent a word for first Insertion. One-half cent a woid for each Insertion thereafter. No advertisement taken or jess than 25c Cunt six words to the line. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Staver gasoline engine, cheap. Inquire at 178 South Liberty St, 6-22-tf. FOR SALE Throating outfit, con sists of 20-Lorscpower double cy linder engine and 36-60 Reed's separator, all of the latest make. There is a Pareoa'o feeder. Per fection volgher and Fanner's Friend blower. Price reasonable and terms easy. Apply to J. J. Langmaek, Albany. Home phone 1852. 5-21-ltf FOR SALE CHEAP One single side spring Studorbaker buggy, good as new. Enquire at Walt Low's feed barn. 10-1-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE For Salem property, 60 acres, partly im proved; adjoins town, 344 State street. 10-15tf S0fk done, r d NT ty street pw , rR-Uli? Paint, walipape- to an manner of ?! hSl done Prompt"Vfiia.terlrS at moderate pritSj MAKERS. CAPITAL RAtr - Plea j. and all JJwfc COOkiC8. fitn ia? 0l on. Phono IK to 2 Smith. 95. . m FOR SALE Registered thorouch- bred English Bull Terriers. Can be seen at chief Janitor's office, state house. C. E. Rockwell. 11-5-tf 040 ACRES of land lleriv Silver Lake, $0.50 per acre. Will go there in a few days. "Will give information regarding publlo land. 1207 Ma rion street. . ' ll-15-3t FOR SALE A g.od driving horse. Roger Batt, Route 3. ll-15-3t Phone the ButcherQuick! What Butcher? E. C. Cross & Son, of course; we always get the best meat there. It isn't necessary to go down to the market these warm days. Just call Main 291 and tell them to send you a nice steaK, roast, boil or anything you want in the meat line and it will reach yDU on time and in first class condition. Real Estate 77 acres, well Improved farm, 3 miles south of Salem, In rich frulc section; six-room plastered house; large, well-constructed barn; windmill and tank, water piped to house and barnyard; good investment and a fine home. $8,000. 10 acres fine fruit land, all in cultivation; now five-room house Avith basement; 3 miles from Salem. $2,100. 9 acres and up, all in cultivation, choice fruit land, 5 miles west of Salem, near new railroad. $100 per acre. 233 acres 10 miles from Salem and 6 miles from good railroad town; fair buildings; good family orchard; lays nice and rolling; 150 acres in cultivation; some good timber. $40 per acre; would bo reasonable at $70 per acre. City Property t Fine now nine-room house and three lots on 21st strcot, nor car lino; upstairs now rents for $12 per month. Price $3,700. Now four-room plastered bungalow cottage, east front and corner lot. $100 down and $10 per month. Nino-room modorn dwelling with basement, corner lot on Court strcot, $3,200. Six-room modorn houso with basement and small barn; good loca tion. $300 down and $20 per month. Corner lot 66x165 foot, four blocks from East Salem school. $85 down and $10 per month. ' Call at our offlco for printed list of all classes of property. H. A. Johnson & Co. Murphy E$lock Salem, Oregon f Quick Returns Follow Good Investments HERE ARE SOME THAT ARE RIGHT. Fine building lot op 17th street, botwoon Stato and Court, $550. Lot 'close in on Chemokota strqot, $750. Two good lots in North Salem, noar muto school, high ( and dry, bearing orchard, on graded streot, city water, bargain at $175 each, $10 down, $5 per month. Tho Francesco Sooloy home in Yow Park, ono of the most artistic residences lu tho city, offered at a bargain. s. SMITH-GILLIIMGHAM CO. ROOM 5, M'CORNAOK BUILDING. 3 I SEE GEO. O. SAVAGE For farms and city property 135 S. Commercial St. Aro You Looking for a Home? 05 Acres. All extra fine land, in sight of Sa lem, good 9-room house, hot and cold water, 2 barns, 20 acres just egibnning to bear, 3 acres yoiung Royal Ann cherries and . all kinds of small fruits; best home in 3 miles of Salem, Investigate. O Acres. Within half mile of West Salem de pot, fine new 6-room house, new barn, new fence; buildings cost $2500; only $3.00" for a few days 15 Acres. New 6-room house, new barn, fruits, etc, within one mile of the capitol ..building, only $3000. 100 Acres. 70 in cultivation, 30 acres timber, only $4000. Six Room Bungalow. Now fine, modern Q-room bungalow, close in, a snap, $2700. Now 7-Room Houae. Largo lot, fruit, etc, $1800. We also hava tho choicest vacant lots In tho city. Fruit Tracts. Somo choice unimproved tracts of land close In. Wp have some fin inside business property at a bai galn. If you wan anything in this country see A. O. SMITH CO. Rooms 544 State St, Phono 1507 ELLIS & WOOD-n Real estato, loans and insurance, notary pub lic, employment bureau. Phone 554. 476 Court stroet, Salem, Orer gon. Ticket office Hamburg-American Bteamshlp llpes. 11-1-lyr III I 'I I III M l I I II 'I '"III"! ''I Landlord 1 YOU NEED SERVICE We want an interview with property owners who will rent to good tenants .Place your vacant property in our hands, and we will rent it to respon sible parties. All of your worry Is over once you list your property with us. Better see us at once. Bechtel & Bynon 347 State St. Salem, Ore. FOR SALL A GOOD BUSINESS, 40 acres, a flno place; 9 acres of prune orchard, sqme timber; fine meadow land; close to Salem. See J. O. SOIIULZ 100 Stato Street; Salem, Ore. FARMS ORCHARDS CITY PROPERTY My list may contain exactly what you want. T. O. JORY, 205 Com'l St., Salem, Or. Union Land. Co. Newport, Oregon. Population and property value treb ling every year. Tho next 3 years" is the time reasonably-priced lots can be purchased. LOTS AND BLOCKS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. If required, buildings erected on any property Bold. Correspondence solicited. J. A. 0LSS0N, Mgr. Newport, Oi-egoii. FiNE SALE Fine new California Bungalow, .with all modern conve niences. Call, at Harding & Whedbeo plumbing plant, 247 State street. ' ll-16-3t WANTED. WANTED At once, three sawmill men, two men at $2.25 per day, one man at $3' per day. A. C. Smith & Co., 54 State street. 10-30-tf WANTED Wood cutters; $1.15 per cord; old growth fir; all winter's work; Apply Willamette Valley Lumber company, Dallas, Oregon. ll-ll-2wks BUTTBRNIIT tJt more than anr" the Price ianJl&l &t your grocer's &$ ery, Thomas fiVfi DRAYMEN. EXPRESS WAS7-r lS. Phono Main rS Schindler, 3G5 State strtt for sale. sors to Cummins TranCT I'urniiure moved nnrf m. rfeady t0 j BUSINESS.CARDS. wines liquors and clgan WeS die the celebrated Mica 2 Castle whiskies. Cool ,7 -reshing beer constantly oat Soilth nnmmo-M-i r.1 VU"H SAnL.EMv, WATER COMPANY city hall. For water service is at office. Billa payable Jog G, F, MASON BOX 247 MilNr street, South Sika manufacturers of nil tin, "j boxes, crateo and fruit dryer cessorles. Phone. 308. WANTED Salesman who has real estate or can furnish a bond to sell goods in Salem; $100 per month. Inquire Journal. ll-15-3t PRANK E. CHURCHILL Repress tative of the Western Conserratoij of Music, of Chicago, iathlaeljj, will resume classes in piano, hr- mony, theory, sight reading, ettj on and after September 20. Std dio opera house building, room I Phone 1100. Pupils may recelnj lessons either in their home or it I the studio. 9-lMa BOY WANTED At 'Rogers' Paper Company. ll-16-3t WANTED Position by young lady stenographer and bookkeeper. Ex perience. References. Enquire "X," Journal. ll-lG-3t FOR RENT. FOR RENT- basement, street. -Five room house with 6Gb North Winter ll-15-3t DOCTORS. DR. H. S. STONE, U. C, CHIRO PRACTOR Spine and nerve specialist. Rooms 4, 5, 6, D'Arcy building. Phono Main 87, Salem, Oregon. 4-28-tf LIVERY STABLE. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES Old Postofflce stables, at IU Fer ry street, between Comnerdd and Front. Telephone 1S8. Boa of the finest liveries la the dtr an be found here. W. W. Job son, tf OSTEOPATH. MISCELLANEOUS. DR. B. H, WHITE, Osteopath and Nerve Specialist Oral uate of the American School of Osteopathy, Kirksyille, Mo., llll Post-graduate and spedallielU nervous diseases at Los Anjeto College 1909. Treats acute uJ chronic diseases. Consultatioi free. Office 17-1S BreymanBUt Phone 859. Residence 316 Kofi Capitol St.; phone 469. WW PLUMBERS. QUILTING -New Idea Quilter. Plain quilts, $1.00; fancy quilts, $1.50. Ennuire at 1047 South1 Fir streot. lO-KJ-S?' THEO. M. BARR-Plufto. j? water and steam nea t tor iU nlng, 164 Comordal street WJ Main 192. JsZ . tit t ti A TIPT PiBBb&t heating, gas u 5 onaoie; wom e jji mtaea f urntohed. JPf08 COAL OIL, GASOLINE And Dls-j tolate delivered to private families . In any quantity, to any part of $he ' city. Starr 0l Co. Phone 1739. 8"1JHf H. G. MEYER & CO.-Tte largest mdlPflDIAI mm A FIRE POLICY WILL RETURN YOUR SAV INGS. It's heartrending to see your home and belongings curl up In smoke, but It's a great satisfaction to know that your sayings of a lifetime are pot complete ly gono, If you carry prop er Are Insurance. DON'T DELAY A DAY If your homo isn't lsured, you ought to talco out a policy at once. We ropresent the boat companies and want to write your Insurance. Bechtef & Bynon 347 State St. Salem, Ore. LADIES TAILORING AND DRESS . making. First-class, best Eastern reputptlon. Your patronage so-, liclted. Miss E. Schneider. Resi-( dence 1031 Union street. Phqne, 1598. 10-25-lm j first class barbers, u- and everything pertelalDjW class shop. A'w carry 6 prAVcS 3 door to SUtcmM LODGE DIRECTOR pleasingly In front of the pubjlc W00DMBN OF Address J. P., care Capital Jour- cedar CsOP J"V EXPERIENCED retail, saleman wants , position; can' put any business nal. llTU-lwk , "to ovcry Thcrway k i Try a Journal Classified Want Ad. ; 8 o'clocK w ""-r--nrn.eJw VTrr i l . l J . l. FOR SALE. WOODMEN ur "M:r.p o't ery ri'" - i t w ACb.u . i ninssltied Try a Jnrui" v o-arf. v Case on W0, efi A good business place in Salem; pays well. A good 5-room houso, modern Im provements; lot 75x150; $650 cash, balance ?1Q per monin. ..a9 0n re 40-acro farm, flno place; 9 acres There is la pw- In prune orchard, balance hay land h or cold resun . and timber; G.OOO, 2,000 cash. Consumpt'ott Wl" balance on time. . n'a nd Tar ba tv v 15. acres 4 miles north of Salem; 6 Honey and Tar ncres In cultivation, somo fruit; wm stop jow c"6 R tiS good well; $2,250; time will be id aulckl Jpll Given. thn p-enuina FotoJ. n j All kinds of property for Bale, city or tno packsga. c country. See - ,n a ye 7u safe ' opiates and Is ie J. O. RCHULZ perry. 400 State Ht. Salem, Oregon