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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1893)
EVBNTNf& CapitaI, Jtotjtcnal, tttesdat; itovesikek 14, i.
TUE CAPITAL JODRSAL.
PUBMHHKD DAILY, EXCKPT BUNDA.Y,
Capital Journal Publishing Company
P rttoMco Blocfc. Oommerctat Btreet.
IIOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors.
ltly. t7 carrier, per months
Dally, br mall, per Jear,
Weekly, 8 pace, P" y"V
IGNORING TUB LAW.
la jiultuomob county the officials
have Lecuwiaer Iban the law. They
have-not been publishing their semi
anuual statemeula of county fluancts
as rennired uy law. They have never
publlbht-d tbeir county court proceed
ingJ.Tnose officials are now to le pros
ecuted, and it-is only a-question wheth
er it shall be criminal actions of the dis
trict attorney -or through indictmeuta
of the gracd.jury.
It makes little difference wbo does it
bo it Is done and officials be taught that
they are not dictators, but servants of
the people, and every law on the statute
book is put there to be obeyed.
Aa County Clerk Egan clearly ha
failed In the past year to make out and
have published bis semi-annual state
ments, It is clearly tbe duty of the In
dependent to have bim iudicted at the
nezt'term of 'be grand jury.
DISSOLVE THE INJUNCTION.
Tbe courts should promptly dissolve
tbe street improvement injunction and
not keep tbe money locked up any
longer. After tbe second decision 01
tbe supreme court that tbe abutting
property owners must pay for tbe street
Improvements made in Balem tbe past
two years there is no further excuse fur
delay. Of course tbe lawyers on both
sides will be perfectly willing to fight
tbe battle all over again in tbe circuit
and supreme court. It will cost tbe
city and property owners hundreds if
not thousands of dollars to take testi
mony and tbe end will be tbe same.
Tbe supreme court cauuot reverse itself
in tbe same case where all tbe law and
tbe facts are declared by tbem to be in
favor of the city. Tbe best evidence
that tbe work was well done, and ought
to be paid for as a good Improvement,
Is tbe fact that Cbemeketa street is the
most used of any street in the city in
spite of an electric car track through
tbe middle of 'it. Judge Burnett's
court is in session and a motion to dis
solve tbe Injunction will probably be
made at once.
OX THE DEPEXJIVE.
Tbe county clerk and Judge Hubbard
are on the defensive. Tbe simple fact
is they connived together and got $43
allowed to the Salem Democrat by tbe
county court for an advertisement last
spring, and $45 to the Salem Independ
ent fur the same advertisement at tbe
November term, that bad hitherto been
printed fur $12 in tbe Statesman and
By their own admission It was print
ed in three ditlerent papers for $12 each.
There is not a newspaper in the county
that would not be glad to print it these
bard times for that sum. Tbe Joor-
kat. will give either or both of those
gentlemen,." or any criminal lawyer
they.may hire, all th'e space they want
to show to tbe taxpayers that there is
any justice In the proceeding.
The county court can allow $98 fur a
$24 advertisement so long as it is to help
the paupe.'s, you know.
That one-thousand dollar attorney
fee allowed by Judge Hubbard is all
riRht, of course. He is a reformer, you chang0 thdr otMjigi
What do tbe farmers tbink of tbe
$1000 attorney fee in tbe big Salem
teal bridge that was built several yeaiB
The Independent attacks other papers
fur alleged steals but when it comes to
taking $45 fur a $12 advertisement tnej
are not in it.
The Financial Outlook.
The Now York Press commenting on
tbe fact that the administration is bad
ly muddled over tbe bond question,
and is hesitating and haltlug between
two opinions, says that every statesman
who has studied tbe situation admit
that tbe Treasury muni have relief, aud
that silver repeal, 01 itself, is not going
toaflbrd that relief. As a matter of
fact, says the Press, the outlook for the
return of prosperity is no better now
than at any time since the Cleveland
panic struck the country. The whiter
opens iu the leading industrial centers
with a pall of suffering and mlwry
banging over every enterprise. Here
and there a few manufacturers uie open
ing mills ou half time and runuiug
tbem at a loss for the simple purpose.of
keeping the operatives from starving.
Again tbe Press auks. Where does
ropeal leave u? Tho responsibility
clearly now lies with tbe Democratic
party. What Is tbe Democratic party
going to do to relievo the needs of tho
Treasury and maintain the public cred
it? What does the Democrrtlc party
propose to do for silver? Tho county
will not be satisfied with mere repeal.
Only tho unqualified organs of gold
monometallism are content to let mat
ters rest where they are. We waut a
firm and safe fluanclal policy, which is
at tbe same time bimetallic. If the
Itepublicans were in power they would
devlso and put Into law iluauclal sys
tem which would be fair to the silver
producing States aud not unfair to the
others. They can uot do it as a min
ority. They would do it If they had
tbo power, The responsibility for Its
not being done rests with the Democrats.
Judge Hubbard strains at a gnat and
swallows a camel. He can Bee tbe enor
mity of a 20 ct. bill of salts for a pauper
but gulps down a $1090 bill for an attor
ney fee so long as it's for a couple of
cousins, you kuow.
There has been no settlement of tbe
affairs of the Marion county court iu
ten years. There ought to be one. Thk
Journal has fought for publicity of iu
affairs for four years and does not pro
pose to give up now.
The silver Democruts ave entitled to
a portion of the credit for the great Tie
publican victory last Tuesday. Many
of them voted the Republican ticket,
but the greater number a taid a -ray from
the polls to rebuke tbe London aud
Wall street government of their party.
The Kupublican county commission
ers ought to be ashamed of themselves
for allowing the semi-Democrat $48 and
the seml-Piipullst $45 fur printing what
the btalesman and Journal charged
$12 for doing. The taxpayers will not
thank tbem for such unprincipled ex-
Judge Hubbard's Independent is
spending moat of its time abusing Hon.
Geo. W. MuBride. Whatever criti
cisms may be made of that state officer,
heuever cut oil a 20 cent bill for a
pauper's physicaud allowed a thousand
dollar attorney fees at the same sitting,
w hi-ut a murmur.
Skewered and Oured.
him laugh. Let luugh who wins. He
wassKewereii through aud through li
dyspepsia uuil lisatliiKlunl iralu of Ma.
He was cured by Dr. Pierce's G ilden
Medit-ul Discovery. Djyou feel dull,
languid, low-riplriied; experience a
seuae f fullness or bloating after eat
ing, tongue coaled, bitter or bad tasie
iu the uiuutli, irregular appetite, dlz-
iim-w, iittiiieiu ueudauiies. uervoux
prostratloii or exhaustiou, hot llus!ie
alternating with chilly seusatlous,
sharp, biting transient pains here and
there, cold feet, brousiiiess afier meals,
wakeruluess, or disturbed aud uufresh
lug sleep, cotistuut aud ludescrtbable
feeliug of dread ,or of impending calam
ity? These are symptous of Bllllous Dys
pepda, or Torpid LI wr associated with
Dsiepla. or Indigestion. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery will subdue
the cause. If taken accordiug to di
rections, ior a reasonable leugth of time
or iiiouy paid for it will be cheerfully
A SHIPLOAD OF SCORPIONS-
Cneomfortable Experience of the Crew of
a Veuel With a Cargo of lionet.
The schooner 'Wallace J. Boyd, Cap
tain Godfrey, arrived here early yesterday
morning from Montevideo with a cargo
of bones, 'which were gathered from tbe
plains of that locality, and the voyage
will long be remembered by Captain
Godfrey and hiawiJa as well as by all
the sailors. The ship became infested
with scorpions., which arose' from the
cargo and penetrated every available
quarter of the ship. The seamen's rest
was 'disturbed, and for" Weeks at a time
the unfortunate men. dared not rest
themselves in their brinks for fear of be
ing stnng by one of the creatures.
Every effort to rid the ship of the
plague was unsuccessful, and even or
Monday night, while lying at the upper
quarantine, the decks and cabins were
alive with these creeping insects. Cli
matic changes had no effect whatever on
them, and those of tho crew who enter
tained the belief that they would disap
pear as tho northern latitudes were
reached were disappointed.
Captain Godfrey is1 at a loss to know
hovr they found their way out from be
neath the hatches, which on board ves
sels aro regarded as even airtight,, yet
they arose in thousands and made life
horrible on board tho ship. Five and
six times a day all hands were forced to
When the vessel
reached her pier yesterday, the sailors at
once left, and nothing could ever induce
any of them to again ship on a bone
Captain Godfrey said yesterday that
they sailed from Montevideo Aug. 17,
and up to tho 6th of September no ver
min appeared. The day in question'was
very warm and the atmosphere was
heavy and damp. About noon around
the main hatch largo green bugs were
seen coming np from inside the comb
ings, and toward evening the ship's decks
were alive. The next morning they
found their way down into the forecastle
and drove all the sailors out. The game
night the after cabin was invaded. Since
that time this unfortunate condition of
affairs has existed, and the bugs were
thrown overboard by the bucketful ev
ery day sinceV "When the wind was blow
ing fresh the air was full of the unwel
come visitors, and in calms they lay
torpid on the decks. The bedclotbing,
tablecloths, and even wearing apparel
became full of the insects, but fortunate
ly none of the crew was bitten by any
Captain Godfrey says that the bones
which ho has on board were principally
brought from the extreme upper Tegions
of the river Plata in lighters. They
were gathered from the plains,- where
they had probably been for ages. Many
whole skeletons of horses, sheep and oxen
are among the collection, all of which
will be ground up at this port. While
lying on the plains they no doubt be
came infested with these bugs, and the
extreme heat of the vessel's hold drove
them up on the deck. Philadelphia
Southern Orowl at drover.
It may bo stated that the people of
.North Carolina have wearied of Cleve
land's snoboorucy; they have tired of
hlsotie-oiau powor-of his Idea, which
k Infernal, that himself and uot the
pople should achieve victories.
Cleveland rodo iuto power ou a plat
form which met popular approval, but
ke never stood upon tho platform.
Ha has been from the start of his last
wlW, mad term of power a man wno
fci MUbbetl am! repudiated tho masses
of iIh country.
Hd has evidently tlod up with Wall
file kM oruled ou a yacht belonging
to mlllioualra, speculator Iu Wall
atreet aud tho story la that be has beeu
Ha h9 thrown away all prr tensions
to atttlQg the farmer, for whom he
ka eked ea many crocodile leais lu the
1 eo very remote past, aim lie appear
FIFTEEN COUNTIES HEARD FKOM
Showing Remarkable Falling Off in
Assessed Valuation Returned.
Following are the totals lu counties
so far reporting assessment rolls lu this
At o Trow
i,B 1,7 rs
1.6-J 37 J
The Question of Chaperons.
In this workaday World, if women
must bo wage earners and bread win
ners, so far as they are concerned chap
erons are impossible alike in England
and America. In most factories, Avork
shops and salesrooms, in America at
least, the women aro as carefully guard
ed against insulting approaches or de
grading entanglements as they would be
in their own homes. So, therefore, there
is no reason in the world why in Amer
ica we should, so far as these girls are
concerned, bother ourselves as to whether
they have chaperons or not.
If there is danger to this class of girls
in England because they cannot have
cLaperons, it might be well for those
having the social condition of thomother
country at heart to 6tudy the methods
almost universally in use in the United
States, and, to the extent of adopting
theso methods, Americanize the working
girls of England. But so far as the
woalthy classes are concerned, either in
Great Britain or tho United States, there
is no essential difference, nor likely soon
to be any. The presence of older women
In every company adds to the dignity
and variety quite as much as to the de
corum and propriety. -Harper's Maga
zine. Wales and Ills Shooting.
His royal highness Albert Edward,
princo of Wales, is not a brilliant per
former with a shotgun, but he eniovs
shooting. It is necessary for tho credit
of tho nation that he should make a
showing, and with that idea Sir Henry
James usually accompanies him on gun
ning expeditions. His royal highness
blazes away all day, rarely, hitting a
bird, while Sir Henry lets go 'both bar
rels right and left and seldom mioses.
At the end of tho day's shooting Albert
Edward gets credit for the dimensions
of the bag, and Sir Henry winks the oth
er eyo as in duty bound. He'll be a
duke somo day. Exchange
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Balem, November 14, 4 p.m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day aud up to hour of going to
press were aa follews:
SAUCM PRODUCE MARKET.
Apples 30c to 50c a bushel.
Veals dressed 4J cts.
Hogs dressed 0 lo 7.
Live cattle 1J to 2.
Bheep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Bprlog lambs $1.50 to $2.00.
Balem Milliog Co. quetes: Flour
iu wholesale lots $3.00. Retail $3.40.
Bran $15 bulk, $16 sacked. Bhorts $17
$18. Uhup feed$17.aud $18.
Old wbeat on storage 44 cents. New
wheal 46 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c., new 25 to 30c
Hay Baled, uew $S to $12: old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. I.
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 etc,
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17 to 18c
Eirgs Cash, 25 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 20; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm, smoaed meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 30c to 40c.
Onions 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
Chickens 8 cts: broilers 8: ducks.
8c; turkeys, slow sale, choice, 10c;
Grain, Feed, etc
Flour Standard, $2.90; Walla Walla,
$2.90; graham, $2.75; superfine, $2.55
Oats Old wbite,33c per bu. ; grey, 35c;
rolled, in bags, $6.256.50; barrels,
Hay Best, $1012 per ton.
Wool valley, price nomiual.
MillBtufls Bran, $16 00; shorts, $18;
ground barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feeu, barley, 8085 pel
cental; middling, $2328 per ton; brew
ing barley, 9095c per cental: cbic&en
wheat. 80.ao per cental.
Hops Old, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregon faucy creamery. 30
32c; fancy dairy, 2527c; fair to good,
1720c; common, 15 to 16c per lb; Cali
fornia, 3032c per roll.
Cneese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twins, 16c: Young American, 15o per
per pound; California flats, 14c
Eggs Oregon, 30u per dozen.
Poultry Chickeus,old,$3.50; broilers,
large, $1 503.0u; ducks, old, $4.00
5 00; young, $2.504.00; geese, $8. Ou
turkey?, live, 14o.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10
13e; do inferior,89o; do valley, 12
Hops 16 to 19c.
PoUtoe Erly Rose, 3040. Bui
Oats Milling, $1.301.35.
TVhy They Disliked Ulra.
Sir "SVilliam Fraser recorda a sug
gestive story about a keeper at tho
Zoological gardens. Ho had been
employed ou account of his supposed
fondness for animals, but was 60on
found to have incurred tho enmity
of his charges. Their enmity was
not ahown at once, but presently be
came universal and strongly pro
nounced. It was suspected that while out
wardly treating them with kindness
he must secretly hurt or auuoy them.
He denied having done anything of
the sort, and his general manner
seemed to bear out his protestations.
A watch was set upon him, with a
It appeared that ho never spoke "to
tho animals, and for that reason
alone his presence was intolerable to
them. Youth's Companion.
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i m Mm
MQES H. VOTE,
KuiMt? ef Wtlte'i 0elebrta Oanedr Oo,
Premism Band aai Orchestra.
Dr. XiUs Medical Cu., Elkhart, Ind.
Yon wUl remember the condition I was in flrn
years ago, when I wis afflicted wltii a combina
tion of diseases, and thought there was no htls
roRMC I trledallklndsofmedlclnes.anasoorea
of eminent physicians. MynerTesvrereprosirsted,
producing diuinets, hecrt trouble r ml ull the ills
that make life miserable. I commenced to take
DFL MILES' NERVINE
end la three months 1 ws peufcctly cunto.
In my travels each year, when I see lha thouaiindi
of phydcal wrecks, raftering from nerrous pros-
f, ,, tration, taking prescriptions from
H JLVa local Physicians who bare no knowl-
"' edge of their case, and whose death
a certain, 1 reel lire going to them and saying.
ARE YOU MARRIED?
It is the small; annoyances, like a lost collai.
button, that fret and worry. ' Sour milk over
night; no milkman in the morning; no cream
for the coffee; no milk for the baby. The
1 CorfdensedMilk is alwaystready for use. Use it
fontea, coffee and chocolate; for icecream, sum
1 mer drinksand general cooking purposes.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
This Country Is full of fat, healthy tabic. raised oa the Eagle'
J t rA
GAIL BORDEN ilGLE
"- m p aa mw mwmm ss-pss ,
on the Pacific Coast.
"get dr. miles Nervine and tec
aresomanysu SZt IRFIJ
tion and nervous exhaustion, broc
cnaracier or the Business en;
as a sure euro for all suffering from these causea,
James E. Waits,
SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
t on by the
In, I would
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
o'ri hvD J Kry. druutfiHt Balem
Lumbago. Sciatica. '
kame hock, xc
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in buudles o
100, not cut, fur sale at this ollleo ai
fifteen cents a buudle. A beavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, twoceult
a pound. Next door to tbe postofllce.
SLICKEB THAN THE tJLICKEST. Os
liuni's Racket store sells slickers, ruin
ber coats and mackintoshes at low
prices than anyone else. 11-13 4d-2w
In the university course hv Rev. W.
O. Knutner of Corvallis, Wednesdaj
evening, November 15ib, at the chapel
sui ject "Move On." Tickets 25 ceuU
tor sale at the bookstores. 11 11 td
CHEAPEST NEWSPAPER 111!
Receiving all the
Prevention is Better
Tuau cure, and those who are huljwJt
to rheumatMii can prevent attacks by
keeping the blood pure and free from
tiieacld which cauen tliaiti V.m
can rely upon Htoda tiarsaparllla aaa
remedy for rheumatism ami nuiuri.
also for every form of Bcrnftiln ii
rheum, bolls aud other dlseaw-H caused
by Impure blood, it toneaaud vltiJUcdi
the whole system.
Hood's Pllla uru eusy aud gentle in
Mosquito Nettlne; Curtains.
Do you know that mosquito netting
not mosquito bar but the net which looks
like coarse brussels net makes simply
lovely curtains for bed, sitting or dining
It comes two yards wide, at about 80
or 40 conta a yard, with a little fly fringe
or a broad hem.
With a whito ribbon run through, or
oven without, it is really beautiful for
tho purpose, and, as it washes liko a
handkerchief and can be done up over
ana over again, it ts very cheap. Polly
Pry in New York Recorder.
Sick ITeadache and relleye all the trouble lad
dent to a bilious state of the system, such aa
vifrne "usea. Drowsiness. Distress after
eating, laln In the Side. &c. While their most
remarkable succeai has been shown In curing
ITeadache, yet Carter's Lrmx Una Piu
are equally raluable In Constipation, curing
and preTenting this annoying complaint, wnlla
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels,
iven if they only cured
che they would be almost priceless to thoae
who suffer from this distressing cemplaint:
but fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
inese III tie pills raluable in so many ways that
DR. SAMDEH'S ELECTRIC IELT
With Electro-Maenetlo SUSPENSORY
. uiest ratenUI Ucat ImpreremeaU I
5nSSn!Ulo1?fdldne "fj " resulting- from
22ESx?fonlLrml3 K!7e forces I excewiorlDdS
eUon. a twrroas debility, sleeplrsnieasTUjisor
gTrai 111 htaltk, etc. This electrio BJt conuini
i?KJil?L the al dlcs or no par. oo.
r?UtiSr?StTmVi.ltMt'll.ui we srlre hundreds
AZ???25l: ? u" ,n1 mrr other sute! nuaareo
Mam. Bd for Iflus-d Pamphlet. mailed ,sald.free
. SANDEN ELEOTRIO OoIT
So. J 7 Firm at treet. JfOBTXAAB OKX,
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Leaveorders at Cottle-l'art hurst block joom
DULY BY 'MAIL; PER'YMR,
'", '": i
These low hard'timesrates tnable teyerf fajfni r 'to ha
his daily paper and know the state of the market and all tl
news of the. world.
Editorial comment is fearless and independent. ' Editt
by its publi'shers-tofsecureii goodl gbvernment for the peopl
able to deal justly arid'fairly withali.
Complete Telegraphic, State, Capital, Foi
eign, Market and Crop News.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
CALlrOKNIA EXVRES3 TBA.1N RUN DAILY BK-
TWKHN POKTIJtND AND 8. T,
.t5 p. ui.
t.'J u. m
5:19 n. m
Above trains l,m
at nil suiiom. Irom
Portland rto Albany Inclusive; also at Tunreui
ihedd, flalsey, HarrlKbiinr. Junction rlty.
trvlDjr, hueene and all sUUons from Hentbun:
here, and three who once try them will find
ther Will lint Ha nrllHno. t An wlthmit hrv
Hut after all sick bead
Is the bane of so many tires that bare Is where
w?.mkP our Kre ooait Our pills euro it
while others do not.
Ciarta'a Ijttls; Lrrxn Tnxs aro ery small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action
please all who use them. In vials at 85 cents ;
bts for $1 Sold everywhere, or sent by matt,
tuns uxsicnrx ca, Vr Tat
to AshluLd Inrluklve.
R'MEIirilu MAll. U4I1.Y.
11:17 a, m
No Papeis'sent afler tfme of TMISrORDFRi U Ant -C
BLANK ORDEE 5 SHEET
ONE XEET J1ILY ML -dOSRNflL
Balem. Okeoon. Oapital JdUBNAtvby mall. (Era lines no
For one' month -find 'enclosed oe ct.
For two montha .""1"I Met
For four months ( sioo
For one year '....l 301
i:-u p, m,
1:0 p. m.
7.on a, m
Among thoTelica donated kstyear to
me untisn museum in London is a green
basalt weight inscribed with the name
of Nebuchadnezzar H, The weight is of
the denomination of onemana according
to the scale of Dungi, king of Babylonia
insowj u. u.
Other contributions include marbles
and terra cottaa from excavations at
Porta Portese and Civita Lavinia, and a
flsVrW ssssBPslissl tj arfTvl
. ..i . 1 TV ft . .....
wfcw will rulu Iflie tnuuot coutrol.- J. U IfcWlt'a inst ilUra blucll uevva I. of,tTro,enamo'ea9?rmaa.Waro
'Biauu, tf I w Hiniiunw toe miniacen-
I fary.--Jrric' Weekly.
PttrfcMt. (N. O.) Glotx,
Newport, - Oregoa.
Licatf tl ou the Beach,two milt nm Hi
of Newport on Cure Cove, a beautlfull
Hheltervtt vt, wondfrful scenery, be
liatblnif. line driven tuOuna K'nntivonth.
er Hsiliitiouse. House new, rooms larg
sun mry. finest resort rnr ramlilea or
Invalid. Open all winter. IVrmi
moderate by dy or wtk. Intending
vUitora can drop a rtal card to New
port aud be met by hack,
d-2-m Pfopriwtor. ,
Dining Cars on Ogdcn Koale
PULLMAN BUFFET SLBEPERS
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached to all through trains.
cst;Side 'DiYision, Between Portlim1
PAILT- (xxcrer arjjrpAY
OUT THIS OUT. nil In name and enojo postal
note or draft. ' Stamps not taken
frlftp. m. I Ar.
At Albany and cxrva!lU connect
rulna of Oregon lStn. KallrfMil
ifWp,!u.l.v. kir.land Ar.'U'ia6. "
uaiu ftuuu riii'sningi
Clvek-nodreferencea. Ej.iimt. .V'i
Sn,l55',xdreferoc'' Eatlmatea furnuh.
ed. a ddres. tieo. Kfcbstru' h tiiim wit
denoeon ain Molortlway.lJ0m8aVe,,
Leave orders at atelner a Bliifra, IlSd
rv all pmntala the Ka.trrn Mates, anada
md Kurope .-tin bt obUh m at rwet rateT
u. xozhlxji, iiraw ""u " Ar I
Kates, $950 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland aad u
Jrown In th WilUsaaM Vallay.
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