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VAUiX CAPITA I, JOURNAI. SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1010.
MUSIC SOOTHES BOVINE BREAST
AND THE MILKPAILS OVERFLOW
(From tho Chicago Journal.)
Had-byed cows on tho farm of Sirs,
Scott Durand In Lake "Bluff liavo lost
theJr rdmorseffll feelings, haVo' bo
como happy'-faced, and give moro
milk than they had been accustomed
to, because tho farm hands milked
tho CI Jerseys end Holsteins to tho
sweet strains of thp "Blue Danube"
waltz and other selections rendered
by an orchestra.
Muslc-Iroprognatod milk Is & fact
and not a theory, according to the
north flhoro society woman, who
watched tho cows being milked while
nlno musicians wafted sweet music
over tho farm.
Milk taken from tho "bossies,"
while tho orchestra sent forth Booth
ing music, tasted bettor and had a
moro happy offoot upon tho drinkers
than tho milk served which had not
been "music Impregnated," accord
ing to those who went through the
Tho unique test was made at tho
suggestion of Sam Lcderer, manager
of tho Olympic Theater, to prove tho
assertion of a Michigan farmor that
cows give moro milk whllo music Is
being rendered. Mr. Lodorer loaned
his entire orchestra for the occasion,
and tho demonstration tfion first of
Its kind over hold on any farm
The music calmed tho nerves of
tho cews and their uddors lot down1
Soon after the milking had been
finished, Mrs. Durand, who is known
ad tho "Queen of Hostesses," sorved
tho liquid to tho musicians.
Tho milk taken from tho conjonted
cows had tho following effect upon
the nine musicians:
C. J. BJornson, leador of tho
orchestra, suddenly burst forth in
operatic spirit and sang "II Trova
The drummor stood under an old
elm trco and insisted upon reciting
choice passage from "Monto Crlsto
Louie Schultz, trombone player,
stood in tho entrance of tho cow
barn and reeled off several ragtime
The other six players formed them
selves Into a sextet and sang tho va
rlous popular songs.
Mrs. Durand was amazed at tho
good effect tho milk had Upon the
"This experiment has been a per
fect rovolatlon to me," she said after
Ilelon Clarice, Flossie, and No. 52
the first four cows, had been milked
to the music of the orchestra.
Throwing her arms around Helen
Mrs. Durand declared that sho had
never seen her cows stand so still
and contentedly before.
"That's perfectly lovelyl Look at
their eyes! Tho cows want moro
music," sho pleadedi
Thon tho orchestra shifted from
all tho milk in them.
. classical selection to ragtlmo music
Silver and Cut Glass
Ono of nature's most beautiful
works silver we have com
bined with one of the finest pro
s ductions cut galss In many
artistic pieces, for dining table
and boudoir, nothing can be in
better taste for a fine weddng
Cor. State and Liberty St.,
For Fiction Lovers
Truly, this is "short story" time when you hunt
for breezes at the seashore or in the hills, when you
make a business of being lazy, and want to read noth
ing that isn't short, and good, and so thoroughly inter
esting that everything even the weather goes
The best .Short Stories now being written are
published in "The Best Magazine in America," whioh is
August On Sale Now IS cents
Take this August number, for instance. You will
find it actually stuffed with story-delight. Don't these
names and titles signify some pleasant half hours?
O. Henry Here is the story upon which this master story
teller was at work up to the time of his recent death.
"The Snow Man."
Gouverneur Morris In Practice Makes Perfect" the Au
gust "Mammon's" has a deliciouslv humorous love story,
in the vary best style of this favorite write! .
Frederick Palmer A apirit.stirring talc of airship adventure,
"Camnclng the Imperial Attache," with Danbury Rodd
for the hea.
Martha Bruere Another treasure in the August "Hamp
ton's" is Mrs. Brnere's "Spiritual lJond,"the tribula.
tions of two " Affinities " jn a certain fashionable suburb.
" Chantecler "--The greatest romance of the greatest of all
French romanticists, Edmond Hostand.
Many other leaders give of their best for the
summer numbers of- " Hampton's." Edwin
Balmer and Wm. M. MacIIarg continue the
storioa about " Luther Trant," the young
psychological detective. Arthur Stringer ex
cels his Wire Tapper stories in his "Adven
tures of an Insomniac". George Randolph
Chester's brilliant wit furnishes a now series,
Gegrgc Fitch and Owen Johnson will gener
ously give ot tnetr numor.
Also In This Issue:
"Is Roosevelt Inevitable" by Jud.on C. WollWer. "The Final Figures"
of Commander Pory proving: his Pole Discovery. A (treat article by
Charles Edward Runell on Railroad Regulation which does not Kegu
late. A valuable and witty description of "Fake Dramatic Schools" by
Henrietta Cromman. "A Fighting Chance for the City Child" by Rheta
x Where Can ISc Buy More
. Suddenly tho cowB.iirow rostlvo.
; "Horrors," declared Mrs. Durand
when the; orchestra began to play
tho Cubanola Gilds. "Stop it, my
cows aro cultured and abhoro ra
tlmo music as much as they do
Then tho musicians started up
selection from "Tosca," "I Lire for
Lovo nnd Music," and to tho amuse
mcnt of Mrs. Durand and tho milk
ers, the cows becamo quiet and con
"Do you Know, I feol that my cows
aro tho mothers of tho hundreds of
babies fed on Crab Tree farm milk,'
said tho society leador, who had in
vitcd tho orchestra out to her farm
to givo a practical demonstration to
provo if cows givo moro milk to tho
tunes of sweet music than otherwise
Mrs. Durand has been convinced of
this fact and intends to equip her
barn with several phonographs.
Ruby's Deadliest Enemy.
Tho fly which you removo from
your milk pitcher may or may not
havo hnd a Hfo history connected
with all or any of tho diseases
named at tho beginning of this ar-
tlclo; but depend upon It, ho has
been wallowing in fllth before he
took his milk bath. Tho falling of
infected flies into milk on tho farms
or In tho dairies has mado possible
many a local epidemic of typhoid fe
ver. This samo propensity of the
fly for milk baths has mado tho
child's "second summer" a thing to
bo dreaded by all mothers. How
few parents realize that woro it not
for tho fly tho child's second sum
mer would bo no moro to bo feared
than his second winter. Tho very
high denth rate of children from
diarrheal diseases abruptly rises and
falls with tho prevalence of HIo3.
This great mortality among young
children from dlarrhoo and enteritis
causes a greator decrease in tho hu
man span of Hfo than does' any oth
er preventablo disease.
Governor Hughes has aptly said
that "our most valuablo natural re
source Is our children." When wo
cons'.dof that tho fly is tho chief dis
seminator of tho disease to which
chlldron aro most susceptible, and
which heads tlio Hat of preventable
causes of death, the necessity for a
relentless warfaro upon this domo3-
tlc pest Is apparent.
It Is conservative to estimate that
tho diseases transmitted through thol
agoncy of tho house-fly cut short the
average span of human life in the
United States by at least two years.
(Insurance companies take notice.)
During a generation this means a
loss of 170,000,000 human lives, or
,000,000 lives of tho present nver
go longth, or n money loss of $20.-
000,000,000. From "Tho Disease
Carrying IIouso-Fly," by Daniel D.
Jnckson, In tho American Review at
Reviews for July.
"THE AMERICAN FLAG."
From Charles P. Clinch (1797
1880), tho last survivor among tho
Intimate friends of Drake and Hal
lock, I heard moro than a quarter
of a contury ago some lntorestlng
lncldonts concerning tho delightful
ompnnlonshlp that oxlstod for ul
most a deeado botweon Drako and
Halleck, tho Damon nud Pythias of
American poots, says Jnruos Grant
Wilson In the Contury. Mr. Clinch
told mo that ono ovonlng In May,
819 , ho wont by Invitation to
Drako's houso In Park row, nest door
to Bookman streot.
Going upstairs, wo found Drako
and Hallook, whon tho former re
marked: "Charlio, you aro Just In
tlmo to hoar a now 'Grokor that I
was about to inflict on Fitz," whovo-
upon Drako road "Tho Amorlcan
Flag," which ho had written, or at
loast complotod, that day. At Its
conclusion camo tho inquiry: "How
will that do, inossiours?" "Admlr-
ttblo," oxclalmod Halleck, "but I ba
liavo you could better the last four
linos." "Well, supposo you suggest n
bettor stanza," said Drako. Halleck
roso from his chnlr and, walking .o
tho tablo, sat down and wroto on
tho Inspiration of tho moment, with
out tho loast hesitation, tho linos
which woro Immodlatoly adopted by
Drako, who romarkod: "Fits:, those
are fine, and I nccopt them ns being
bettor than mlno." nut fow of
Drako's poems woro chnngod or cor
rected in any way. Doforo wo sopnr
nted that night I rondo a copy of tho
poom (signing It Cronkor & Com
pany by Drako's request), which
Doctor Langetnff carried tho follow
ing morning tp. tho office of tho
Bvonlng Post, and in tho nttornoon
of tho enmo day, May 29, 1819, tho
poom appeared In that paper, with
a complimentary introduction by tho
editor, William Coleman.
IN CASE OF
JIAY TAKE SECOND APPEAL OF
CASK IN EVENT FIRST APPEAL
IS DISMISSED III- SUPREME
COURT AVITIIOUT PREJUDICE
OTHER OASES DECIDED.
Not Qtilto Dignified.
Of tho first 8000 winners in tho
land drawing of tho Cheyenne River
and Standing Rock Reservations In
South and North Dakotasless than
2,000 'have completed their filings
to dato. Of tho remaining 12,000
who may fllo after September lBt,
still, fowor In proportion will com
ploto their contract with tho govern
ment. Is It not time that some less
wasteful method wero adopted for
populating the wasto places? It is
beneath tho dignity of a nation i
grown to tho supposed point of
famine-dangef to go about with lot
tory wheol exploiting its idle lands
tho whoo thing savors too strongly
of the skin-game.
Eternal Joy shall know.
Grace A. Doughter Leigh.
Actlvo at 87.
This would bo unusual news "if
men and women would keep thorn
selves free from rheumatism and all
aches and pains as well as keeping
their muscles and Joints limber with
Ballard's Snow Liniment. Sold by all
Tho supreme court ruled upon a
question which had never been
raised in the courts of the state
when It dismissed tho nppoal of Tom
Tuckor .without prejudice to tho ap-
liuiiHiii moroDy allowing him th" FRIENDSinP.
rigiu to prosecute another appeal to Friendship Is self-forgetful love
mu Buijreme court, snould he SO tie- . Inrnnnhln nf fonr I
Tom and George Tucker wero . An Intuition clear.
both Indicted In Wallowa county on j
the chargo of participating In a riot It Is tho nnltv nf thnmriif
and Tom was convicted and sen-1 Whereby two hearts are ono,
,.Cu iu u ivim ni mo penitentiary .Tho mountain top of vision sought,
Aftor making his appeal to the U- The law of Lovo bogun.
premo court his attorneys found
that It had not been properly taken. ; Like rays from out the sun that most
ma asKett the supreme cpurt to dls- And mingling brighter grow
miss it without projudlco to him. 1 So Friendship that is born of
ino court in its opinion says that
n civil cases there is a well estab-
Hsned rule that when an appeal to
he supreme court is dismissed, that
t has tho oifect of terminating tho
case. In a criminal case, however.
here Is no statute upon the ques
Ion, nnd the court In rendering it3
opinion was guided by tho decisions
n other states which seem to be to
tho effect that whenever ah appeal
s taken, and when It Is faulty bp-
causo of a' technicality, or Improper
ly taken, upon the request of tho
appellant it may bo dismissed with
out prejudice to him.
Other Cases Decided.
Tho supremo court allowed a mo-
Ion to remedy the transcript In the
aso of Baker City Irrigation com
pany against tho city of Baker, et al.
In tho case of N. M. Todd against
the Pacific Railway & Navigation
compnny, a motion to dismiss tho
appeal of the company was denied.
The Judgment of the circuit court
of Polk county was reversed In the
case of D. H. Simpson against A. C.
Miller, appellant. This was an ae
on to recover on a contract for the
purchase of timber, and the decision
is In favor of tho defendant.
A rovorsal was also made In the
caso of Fred A. Williams. . ot al.
gainst tho Mount Hood Railway &
Power company, a case from Mult
nomah county, which was an action
begun by the plaintiff to recover
compensation for work done in
clearing on tho company's right of
Tho decision of tho circuitCourt
of Josephine county In sustaining a
writ of error In tho caso of McCabe-
Duphrey Tanning company against
tho justice court of Grants Pass .was
Tho court also reversed the judg
ment of Judge Burnett In the caso
of Mary E. Watson, administrator
'or tho ostato of Mary A. McLench
ignln F. G. McLench. This suit was
commenced by Mary E. Watson for
'he purpose of collecting from Mc-I-ench
$1,658.30 . which It was al
leged was duo to tho deceased, as he
had paid promissory notes to tho
amount os surety for McLench. Tho
leoislon of tho lower court was for
UECHTEL & RYNON'S 1IARGAINS.
51250 will buy a flno homo of six
rooms on Turner street not far from
car lino and in nice neighborhood.
This Is one of our real good buys.
$3i)UU win buy a good hard finished
houso of 8 rooms and 7 lots in the
best part of North Salem. Flno fruil
trees and garden. A real good nlace
and one that can be divided, and will
make money for the buyer.
S1J50 will secure a fine homo of
7 rooms In a swell part of Soutli
Salem. This is on a good corner, 75
feet front, close to car line and
school. Can bo had for only $350
down. Balance like rent. If you want
it home on tho easy payment plan see
Wo havo houses in all narts of tho
city. Let us tell you about some of
10 acres at Liberty! with ono acre
Italian prunes, 3 acres In clover, bal
ance under plow. Price $2000.
$2250 will buy a new houso and a
flrst-clnss flve-acro tract close to
Salom. Th's Is flno soil and has good
shade. Will make a good chicken
ranch and can bo hnd on good terms.
For Quick Relief .From liny Fever
Asthma and summer bronchitis,
take Foloy's Honey and Tar. It
It quickly relieves tho discomfort
and suffering and tho. annoying symp
toms disappear. It soothes and heals
tho inflnmod air passages ot the head,
throat and bronchial tubes. It con
tains no opiates and no harmful
drugs. Tho gonulno 13 In n yollow
packago. Refuses substitutes. J. C.
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds ot orphans havo bean
holpod by the president ot the Indus
trial and Orphan's Home at Maoon,
da., who writes: "Wo havo usd
Elootrle Bitters In this Institution for
nlno years, it has proved a most ox
cellent medlolno for stonmoh, llvor
and kidney troublos. We regard it as
one of the best family tnedlalnes on
enrth.M It Invigorate) all vital or
gans, purities tho blood, aids diges
tion, creator appetite. To strengthen
and build up pale, thin, weak ohlldren
or run down people it has no equal.
Rest for female complaints. Only
60c. at J. C. Perry'B.
Notice is hereby given that the
county superintendent ot Marlon
county will hold tho rogular examin
ation for applicants for-stato and
county papers at tho High School,
Salem, Oregon, as follows:
For Stnto Papers.
10, 1910, at 9 o'clock a.
continuing until Saturday,
13 at 4 p. m.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling, physical geography, read
Thursday Wrltton arithmetic
theory of toachlng, grammar, book
keeping, physios, olvil government.
Friday Physiology, geography,
composition, algebra, English liter
ature, school law.
Saturday Botany, piano
try, gonornl history.
For County Papers.
10, 1910, at 9 o'clock n.
continuing until Friday, AuguBt 12
at 4 p. ru.
Wednesday Ponmanshlp, history,
orthography, reading, physical geog
raphy. Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaohing, grammar, physi
ology. Friday Geography, school law,
elvil government. English literature.
W. M. SMITH.
County School Superintendent.
Don't forgot that wo have a cood
lot or rarms ror salo at right prices.
UECHTEL & RYNON,
317 State St. Tel. Main 152.
You CMlave a Moid Iftiiffi '
as cool and white as a daily. No, sntell,nosfifkc,
no heat, no dust. No old-fashionecfcorftrivatvcjj phe
Is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the" nost
elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen.
Boils, hakes, or roaats better than any range. Ready In a ser ind.
Extinguished in a cescond. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collarHibTe
rests, towel rack, and every up-t'. -date
feature imaginable. You want it, be
cause it will cook any dinner m..l not
beat the room. No heat, no smell,
no smol:c,no coal to bring in, no njhes
to carry out. It does away with the
drudgery of cooking, and mak-s it a
pleasure. Women with the light touch
for pastry especially appreciate ;t, be
cause they can immediately liie a
quick fire, simply by turning a handle.
No half-hour preparation. It not only
Is less trouble than coal, but it costs
Ie3s. Absolutely no smeil, no s::.okej
and it doesn't hent the kitchen.
The nickel finish, with the turquoise
blue of the enameled chimneys, makes
the stove ornamental and attrfictiVe.
Made with 1, ?. and 3 burners; the 2
and 3-burncr stoves can be had with
or without Cabinet.
Every dealer everywhere : If not at yonrp,
write lor Descriptive Circular to the rieari!
DBency of the-
Standard 051 Company
Canilonnry Note: Be sure
you cet thlo stove see
that the name-plate
rcias new Perfection.'
The "Different" Bank
Banks, like people, liavo their own personality. Wo strive to make it
c pleasuro for our customers to transact their business thru us.
Havo yon tried us? If not, why not?
DOES YOUR GAS LEAK
bur hot water boiler fall to give
ou hot water? Send for us and wo
' ' '' will malco everything all right In no
timp. Tend to any other plumbing
work with equal promptness. How
about putting In that new sanitary
buth room plumbing? You'll save
its cost in fewer doctor's bills.
Telephone Main D50.
A good 20G. ncre farm closo to a
good town; fair houso, barn, family
orchard; 20 acres hops. ?GG per
42 acres close to town; all in cul
tivation; orchard; fair houso, barn;
good clover land; J4.000.
64 acres nearly all lh cultivation,
ham, good spring for Irrigation,
young orchard, somo strawberries;
320 acres, 80 acres In cultivation,
balance pasturo and timber, house
and barn, orchard; ?35 per acre.
40 acres, 2 mllos from Salem,
somo In cultivation, balance-timber
and stumps. ?100 por aero.
Six 10-acre tracts closo to city of
Salem; $100 to $200 por acre.
21 acres close to Llborty, fair
house and barn, gome In orchard,
somo borrlos and a good bunch of
timber. A flue plnco; $4,500.
Five noros, good 7 room bouse,
good woll, gaad gardon; somo tim
40 acres oast of Salem, small
houso, running water on place;
A dandy " dairy farm, 8 ratios
northwest of Salem; best In Oregou;
$85 per acre.
Some good farms north of Salem.
Can't be beat in Oregon, $125 par
Also somo vory flno houses In nil
parts ot city and sonid flno lots
Will never get imposed upon by
dealing at E. C. Cross & Son's, foi
wo lceep nothing but the beai of
moat3. All tender fresh and ot
that flno flavor as only choice
meats havo. Our steaks, chops
roasts, etc., aro as good as thojt
served at the White House, or at
tho tablo of H. R. M. King George
E. O. CROSS & SON
j. o. scnuLZ & co.
Room 1, push Bank, Salem.Qre.
If there wore no birds man could
not live on the oarth, and birds are
decreasing in this country.
ome people rida the bicycle.
nd some in autos course,
ife is ful of mixed desires, ,
iect then what you most;,admire.
y choice remains the ,iorse
1 GC0. 0?SiAVAGE, 1 1
1 Ftr Farms and City Hjl
I IMS. COyuiIHlCIAXi ST. I
ut when in searc hot pure, .delight
JTffervescent, olear and bright",,.
JJeryone can read the cheer
ight in these printed verses hero