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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORKGON, AVEDNEDAY, JUNE 15, 1010.
1 SALEM HUSBAND
THE ELKS' PROGRAM FILLS THE
GRAND OPERA HOUSE TO
OVERFLOWING, AND THE MU
SIO AND ADDRESSES WERu.
Trained men ore wanted everywhere; in fact, they are always
wantedforlhifacraand' is greater than the supply. This dcraandjs
not for the man who is able to earn only two or three. dollars aday
at hard manual labor and who can. work only under the direction of
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work of others the man whose training has qualified htm to com
petently hold positions of responsibility. e
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Cftntraatar and B-lldar
fl. R. Caaalruallon Eng.
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International Correspondence School
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Local Representative Room 4 D'Arcy Bldg
PrifflBERry DOUBLE3" ONE HALF W CASTS NO T
LICHT THE LIGHT jrTHE-COST Y SHADOW
Home Builders, Attention
Why not Install a homo lighting and cool-liitf sytom, miking as
worth ' rnlng, 100 per cont hntor than any othor gas. Safer than
electricity. Wo light stoics, hallB, churches, factories, etc. Also do
tinning and heating and plumbing. All w lc "narantoed.
A. L. FRASER
.Phone 135. Tho Celebrated Lennox Furnnco, 258 Statt. Street
UNCLE SAM'S MAIL
UKITBO rCISS L-U811D tTIBB.
Waalngton, Juno 14. Charging
that Diaz' ngonts solzcd and oponod
Mozlcnn lottors addressed to loaders
of jtho Moxlcau llbnrals in America,
John Murray, of Loo Angolos, np
pcarod boforo tho houso 'rulos com
mttoo , today. Bljc rlflod onvelopo.
woro submHod as proof of this olnlm.
Tost letters, Uo said, had ovldontly
booa tamporqd with.
John Korinom Turnor, nuthor of
"Barbarous Moxlco,' produced ovl
donco that dotoctlvos had been soon
tnmporlng with mall In tho Los An
Ohulrnian Dalzoll of tho commit
tee said that tho honrlng would con
cludo today. This is takon to moan
that tho investigation will not bo
' - - - - i a
pushed and that Aslstant Attornoy
Gonoral Lawlor would not bo suni-nioriod.
seemed to grow wonkor overy day, at
' Saved From Awful Death.
How an appalling calamity In , his
family was" prevented Is told by A.
D. McDonald, of Fnycttovlllo, N.' O.
R. F. D. No. 8. "My sister had con
sumption," ho wrltos, "sho was vory
thin and palo, had no appetlto and
all romedles failed, till Dr. King'
Now Dlscovory was tried, and so cora-
plotoly curod her, that sho has not
.boon troublod with a cough b'uco. Its
tho best mediclno I over saw or hoard
of." For coughs, colds, lagrlppo,
asthma, croup, horaorrhago all
bronchial troubles, It 'has no equal,
50c. 1.00. Trial bottlo freo. Guar
anteed by J. u Porry.
With a program of song and music
and addresses whlqh breathe patriot
ism and lovo of flag and country Flag
Day was observed last evening by tho
peoplo of Salem at tho Grand opera
house, under the auspices of tho Sa
lem lodge, of Elks. Thoro were fully
700 peoplo in attendance, and when
tho curtain aroso and disclosed tho
artistic stage decorations with tho
beautiful settings of tho Stars and
Stripes, the audience voiced its ap
preciation of tho beautiful effect pro
duced by loud and liberal applause.
A program, which was In harmony
with the spirit of tho celebration, had
been prepared Tho audlenco thor
oughly appreciated 6v6?y number of
It, and many 6f tho participants were
subjected to encores. The G. A. R.,
W. tt. C; and tho Ladles of tho G. A.
R., and1 Company M, O. N. G., were
guests of the antlered herd, and oc
cupied reserved seats.
"Tho Elks' orchestra opened the
program with a musical selection,
and following It vcam,e tho Introduc
tory exercises by tho exalted ruler
and tho officers. Rev. Barr G. Leo
then delivered tho invocation, after
which Mrs. W. Carlton Smith eang In
an effective manner tho "Stars and
Stripes Forever." So well pleased I
was tho audience that it was not sat
isfied until sho had responded with
an encore. Tho next number was a
narration of tho record 'of tho flag
by Roy Buckingham, which was fol
lowed by tho altar service by tho es
oulro and officers. Tho singing of
"Auld Lang Syne" by tho officers and
members camo next, and upon its
conclusion Hon. Charles V. Galloway
paid a glowing trlhuto to tho flag, in
behalf of tho lodge of Elks. Anoth
er musical selection by the Elks' or
chestra was rendered, when Rev
Paul S. Bandy spoko on "Flag
Symbolism." Tho song "The Flag
That Has Never Known Defeat," by
Geo. C. L. Snyder, camo next, and
upon its conclusion ho was made to
respond to an oncoro. Hon. Ralph E
Moody, of Portland, tho speaker of
tho evening, then dollvered an ad
dress which was both eloquent and
During tho afternoon the city was
decorated In honor of the occcasion,
and noarly all of tho business institu
tions displayed tho national colors.
MRS. HUGHES FINDING HER HUS
BAND LOVED AND HAD MAR-
RIED ANOTHER WOMAN, SHE
KISSED HIM GOOD BYE AND
LEFT HIM TO HER RIVAL.
Thoro should bo moro work or loss
money In office holding,
There is Only One
USED THE ViOMJa OVER TO OUItS A COLO IN ONE DAT,
History of Flag Day.
Though Amorica lfl tho youngest
of tho groat nations of tho World its
flag is tho oldest. Tho British "Un
ion Jnok" was adopted In its prosont
form In 1801, and tho French trl
color in 1794. Tho Gorman, Italian
and SpanlBh banners aro also all
younger than- the "Stars and
Stripes." ' '
Horn Juno 1-1, 1777.
Tho Aniorican flag was officially
born on Juno 14, 1777. It was up
on that day that tho continental con
gross made its first momorablo reso
lution "that the flag of the United
States bo 13 stripes, alternating red
and whlto, that tho
united rntnm leased wibb.
Los Angeles, Cal Juno 15. Mrs
Clara Hughes Is preparing today to
return to her homo In Portland, and
leave her husband, Thomas Hughes,
a confessed bigamist, to tho woman
ho choso In preference to her. Sho
has forgiven botli tho man and tho
woman ho loves.
Hughes, who Is a private detective,
yesterday pleaded guilty to tho
charge of bigamy. Mrs. Clara
Hughes, of Portland, was his second
wife, and Mrs. Cora Hughes, of Lou
Angeles, his third, His first wife is
Both women, visited Hughes In his
Cell at tho city Jail last evening. To
gether they stood before him, and
when Hughes, after tenderly kissing
both, turned with a low cry to Mrs.
Cora and clasped her la his arms,
tho Portland wife, with tears welling
in her eyes, bravely smiled a good
bye, and withdrew from tho cell.
Back In tho visitors' room of the.
Jail sho said:
"He doesn't enro for mo, and ho
does for this llttlo woman, so why
should I spoil their happiness, when
It wouldn't help me one bit? I have
tho memory of two years we.spent to
gether, and I will tako it back homo
When Hughes pleaded guilty of
bigamy, ho threw himself on the
mercy of the court. He will appear
for sentence within tho next few
HIS COAT CAUGHT O A SPOKE
HE WAS HURLED TO THE
FLOOR AND STRUCK BV THE
The strongest thing in the
world public opinion!
captured it by sheer merit.
Everywhere men are smoking
them. Cigarettes of such excel
lence that they have set their
own standard of quality.
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO
IN NEED OF
DIVORCED IN THEHl OLD AGE
JOB LAMLEY, AGED 81 AND
HIS WIFE, AGED 00, FIND
THEY ARE NECESSARY TO
Always remember tho full namo. Look
lor this signature on ovoty box. 2fio.
The East and Englewood School 1
buildings wiil be heated by the latest and
most approved method.
The Fan System
The plants were designed and will be
installed by the largest firm of heating
and ventilating engineers on the Pacific
The W' G. McPherson Company
328 Glison Street Portland, Or.
un'on bo 13
stars, whlto, In a bluo Held, roprc
sontlng a now constallatlon."
Betsy Rosh Makes First Flag.
Georgo Wnsh'ngton took n rough
Bketch of thO proposed design to
Mrs. Polsy Ross, who kept a little
upholstory storo on Aroh stroot,
Philadelphia. Sho mado the first
ling. Now Mrs, Ross had somo Idoa
of hor own about how a Hag should
look, so when Washington drow
somo six-polntod Bturtt sho promptly
throw h!u suggestion In tho waste
papor baskot "and mado tho stars to
suit horself flvo-polniod ones. That
Is why the stars on our national
emblem linvo llvo points, while tluue
on all our coins havo six.
Ilofore 1777 thoro woro moro df-
foront flags han thoro woro colo
nlos. Thwo woro tlvo Commodore
Hopkins' flag, tho liberty flag, the
Gadsden banner, two dlfforont
Uunkor Hill flngrs, n "mlnuto mon's"
flug, Paul Jones' flag and many
Held Suggest liH-rwistr f Hlurw.
It was tho Intontlon at first to
lncreaso the numbers of btnrs and
strlpos whanevor a new state was
taken Into the national faintly, but
this was soon found to bo Im
possible, for tho bunnor would havo
becomo unwleldly and too lorgo.
U was Ctiptuln Reld. tho horo of
the famous battle with a llrltltsh
squadron at Foyal, who suggMtod
a way out of the difficulty. H
urged tlmt there should be only 13
stripe., reprt-wuting the original 13
cnloulet: but the stars should keep
pace with tlu growing number of
Atntrlcnn i-unmn nwent:h8 In 133
yeara th number of nUra in the
utmi o( uiue nas increase., rrom vi
I to 4u. The last star was added when
Vancouver, Wash., June 15. p's:
suspicions aroused that something
was wrong b'y the sight of blood
dripping into tho ongino room of the
Ferry City of Vancouver from the
floor of( tho pilot houso above, En
gineer D. B. Drumagin sent Del
Walker to invest'gate in time to
save tho llfo of Captain Wilbur Bal-
bridge, who had been hurled to the
floor by tho pilot wheel which hnd
got beyond his control last night.
. At tho, St. Joseph's hospital today
It Is. sold that the Injured man wl'l
The flying spokes of tho wheel
tore ofT his loft eye'id, cut a threo
Inch gash In his tongue, lacerated
his nrm and rendered hlra uncon
scious for three hours.
Captain Balbrldgo said today that
h's coat pockot became entangled
with tho big wheel, and thnt ho was
lifted off tho floor, hurled into the
nlr and dashod downward.
When ho was rescued his head
was being struck by tho whoel, ns It
swung backward and forward, a
plaything of the curronts of tho Col
Tacoma, Wash., Juno 15. After
10 years of misunderstanding and
separation, Job Lamley ' and his
bride aro quietly celebrating their
second honeymoon today In a little
colttage in the Indian addition of
this city. Job is 81 years of age.
feeblo and palsied; tho bride is 69.
white haired and gentle. Fifty-six
years ago they were married for the
first time, but after rearing a family
of nine children, a cloud marred
their happiness and caused them to
separate. Job bought a llttlo store,
but lately ho has become so feblo
that he was not able to attend to his
"Job has been so poorly; he needs
somebody to tako caro of him now
explained tho llttlo old lady today
with a smile to Justice Card, who
performed tho second ceremony.
'Ho isn't half as hearty as he used
to bo, and ho and I realize that we
need each other."
'Yes, mother, we do need each
(ther," added the groom in a quiv
"I just could not live longer with
out making up with mother."
And with the lovellght of former
ye'ars still evident in their glances
tho happy old people slowly made
thoir way from the Justice court.
Proposals for Supplies for Oregon
State Insano Asylum.
Tho Doard of Trustees of tho Ore
gon State Insano Asylum hereby in
vites sealed proposals for furnishing
supplies to that institution for tho
six months ending December '31
All bids must bo enclosed In
soalod onvelopes and directed to C.
N. McArthur, clerk Board of Trus
tees Oregon State Insano Asylum,
Salem, Oregon, and plainly marked
on outside of envelope, "Bids for
. . . .' Oregon State Insano
Asylum." AW bids must be accom
panied by a certified check In a sum
of not less than 10 por cont of the
amount of tjho bid. The namo and
address of tho bidder and class of
supplies to bo furnished, tho total
amount of bid and tho amount of
certified chock must bo indicated on
Bheote furnished by tho undersigned
and attached to the bid. In order
to avoid confusion, the namo of the
bidder should also bo plainly written
on each separate sheet of the bid.
Lists of supplies upon which bids
aro invited may bo obtained by ad
dressing tho undersigned. No bids
will be considered unless made on
blanks furnished by tho under
The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids, or to accept
or reject any part of a bid. Bids
will "be opened at tho Capitol, at Sa
lem, Juno. 23, 191Q, at 2 o'clock
By order of tho Board of Trustees
of the Oregon State Insano Asylum.
C. N. McARTHUR,
Clerk of the Board.
Salem, Oregon, May 16, 1910.
Nollcn.fif Intention to Construct ft
Sowcrngo System for North
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council deems It expedient
and proposes to construct and estab
lish' at tho expense of tho property
owners within tho limits of said dis
trict a sewer systora, to be known
ns the North. Salem Bewer. accord
ing to the plans and Bpeciflcatlona
adopted for such sewer, and on illo
at the ofllco of tho City Recorder,
tho boundaries of which is moro par
ticularly mentioned and described la
said plans and specifications which
aro h'ereby referred to the samo as
If fully written heroin, and on file
at the ofllco of the City Recorder.
This notice Is published for 11
days pursuant to the order of the
Common Council of tho City of Sa
lem, Oregon, and tho date of the
first publication thereof Is tho, 7th
day of June, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
'tnnks On Sure Thing Now
"I'll never be without Dr. King's
New Life Pills again," writes A.
S-hingeck, 647 Elm St., Buffalo, N.
Y. "They cu-ed mo of".chronic con
stipation when all others failed."
Unequaled for biliousness, Jaundi6e
indigestion, headache, chills, malaria
and debility. 25c at J. C. Perry
NO MORE GRAY HAIR
Tt la easier to -areserve! the color of the-
hair than to restore it, although It is
possible to do both. Our grandmothers
nnilerstoocl tho secret. They made and
used a "snee tea." and their dark, glossy
hair long after middle life was due', to this
fact. Our mothers have gray hairs be
fore they are fiftj, but they aro o.gJtf
'ning to appreciate the wisdom of our
grandmpthers In usinjr "sage tea" for
their hair, and arc fast following suit.
The present generation has the advan
tage of the past in that It can get a
ready to use preparation called Wyeth'a
Sage and Sulphur. As a scalp tonic and.
color restorer, this preparation Is vastly
superior to the ordinary "sage tea" made
by our grandmothers, and it can be
bought for SO cents and $1 a bottle at
almost any firsclas3 drug store, or will
be sent direct' by the Wyeth Chemical
Company 74 Cortlandt St., New York,
City, upon receipt of price,
J. O. i'KRUY.
Pain anywnere stopped In 20 min
utes sure with ono of Dr. Shoop's
Pink Pain Tablets. The formula i
on the 25-cent box. Ask your doc
tor or druggist about this formula'
Stops womanly pains,, headache,
pain anywhere. Write Dr. ShooD,
Racine, W!s for freo trial to prove
value. Capital Drug Store.
1IECHTKL & BYNON'S BARGAINS
What n Summer Cold May Do.
A summer cold if neglocted Is Jus
ns apt to develop Into bronchitis oi
pneumonia as at any . othor soason.
Do not noglect It. Take Foley's Hon
ey and Tar promptly. It loosens the
cough, soothes and bonis the inflam
ed air passages, and-expels tho cold
from tho system. Remember the
namo, Foley's Honey and Tar, and
rofuse substitutes. Tho genuine is
In a yellow package, and .contains nc
opiates and no harmful drugs. Sold
riy J. C. "erry. '
If tho woathor Is bad fpr tho crops
bo an optimist and go to a baseball
Vim Nerer Cn Toll
lust exactly the couso of your rheu
matism, but y u know you have :t
o yon know thnt Ballard's Snow
.Iiilmout will mire It?- relieves the
iRin -rodnces the swelling and
Imbers the Joints and muscles so
Hiat you v:i be ar active and well
b you over wr ro. Prlco ?6c, '60c and
1 1 .UJ).
Is tho only fit description for 'the
man or woman who is crippled with
rheumatism. Just a few rheumatic
'wlupes may be the forerunner of a
severe attack stop the trouble at
tho start with Ballard's Snow Lini
ment. Cures the rheumatism and
all pain. Prlco 25c, 60c and $1.00.
Sold by all dealers.
A New York doctor is going to try
to subsist for four weeks n Bun-
shlno. He'll get pretty busy on
, o ! '
Of Interest to Fanners nnd Me
chanics. Farmors and mechanics frequent
ly meet with slight nee'dents nnd In
juries which cause them much an
noyance nnd loss of time. A cut or!
brulso may bo cured In nbout one-
third tho time usually requ.red by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment cs
soon ns tho Injury 'Is recolved. This
.'Inlmont is also valuable for sprains
wronosa of the muscles and rheuma
tic pains. Thoro is no, danger of
blood poisoning resulting from an
Injury when Chamberlain's Liniment
is applied bofore the parts become
Inflamed and swollen. For sale by
all good druggists.
"There aro two kinds of girls
those who believe what a man says
and tho wise ones."
Oklahoma was admitted into the
union November 10, 1907.
Keosntly a movement tq rearrange
the stars has gained considerable
hesdw v It Is now sURRastad that
ti- slur be i!'icol In circles, follow
ing moiv closely th first flag than
does the nreesut plan Of placing the
stars In rows.
Scared Into Sound Health.
Mr .B, F. Kelley, Springfield, 111.
allowed his kidney and bladder ail
ment to run on until his condition
alarmed him greatly. Then he took
Foley Kidney Pills with splendid re
sults. He says: "About a year ago
I began to bo troubled with my kid
neys nnd bladder, which grew worse
until I was alarmed at my condition.
I suffered also with dull heavy head
aches and the action of my bladder
was annoying nnd painful. I was
feeling very miserable when I road
of Foley Kidney Pills, After taking
them a few weeks I found myself tree
from all distress, tho headaches no
longer troubled mo, and the aetlon of
my kidneys and bladder was one
moro normal. This Is due entirely
to Foley Kidney Pills in whleh 1
have great confidence." Sold ry J. c.
Something good An 8-room
houso; east front, .within block of
postofflce, close to everything; vents
at $25 por month. Torms, five years
at 6 per cent. Mr. Investor, this Is
for you. Price, J3500.
Twenty-two acres in good location
for ?2500. This is flno fruit and
berry land; has good house and
barn; plenty of water; some beaver
dam on the place. If you want a
real nice llttlo country home, see
Two good lots on Twenty-first
street, one block from Asylum ave
nue car lino for only ?650. Very
Here Is a big bargain. A good' 6
room house on a very large lot on a
good street, for only $2800. There
Is also a store building, stocked with
groceries, that 'goes with tho place
at that price. The lot has every kind
of fruit trees and berries on it. For
a real good buy you shduld seo this
$16,000 will buy a Hrst-class farm
of 121 acres, all in high state of
cultivation; good buildings; 20 acres
in cherries and apples; only 4 miles
from Salem, on good road. Terms.
$2250 will buy a flve-acro tract
cioso to town, with new houso, good
well and some trees. A real good
place. Finely located.
19S acres of good farm land and
the best farm bulld'ngs In the valley
for $125 per acre.
HlfCHTEL & BYNON
3-17 State Street Ted. Main i51i
Hargninsl Hargaliifed linrgalus!
We have 22 acros north of Salem,
on the Portland Electric Railway,
house and barn, well; some fruit; all
In crop, for only $3000; a flno buy.
10 acros 1 miles from Salem, all
In crop, 300 fruit treos.-nll kinds of
berries, all the stock and Imple
ments, somo household goods, well
wntoretf by spring; about an acre of
celery ground, houso and barn. Re
member tho location; cheap buy;
14 acres, 6-room house, barn, well,
good woodshed, other outbuildings,
timber enough for family uso for 5
A flno 40 acres, all In crop, fair
house and barn, excellent land, out
skirts of a flno town; only $4000.
We have several bargains In vncant
lonts; don't miss them; al.o somo
fine buys in residences, and a dandy
good list of farms. Come la and see
J. O. SCHULZ & CO.,
Bush Bank Building
At less Than Cost
order to close
out my stock of
Hallocks I will
sell balance on
hand at $2.50
H. Willam Thielsen
f Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop Wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry .vetting, Shingles, Mal
thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
Itooflng, Screen Doors d Ad
justable Window Screens.
CIIAS D. MULLIGAN
J! 250 Court street. Phcne 124
t t-g4 04 IK--9a-H-Ha nws
Gold Dust Hour 1
Mmle by the BVDNKY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregoii.
Made fr Family Use.
Ak your grocer for It. Hrnu
and Hhorls alwayn 0a bund
P.B. WALLACE, Agl.
Salem's most popnlar res
taurant, 362 State street. We
never close, upen all night.
Wm. NcGilchrist & Sons
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
For Paring nnd City
1SS S. COMMERCIAL ST.
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