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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OftEQON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1903.
Awtfatebfe Pmj nralionrorAs
GnjJ flttStomajhs'andBowels of
Tor Infanta and fihn..
The Kind You Have
Apcrfbal Itenady for Consbpa
Rm Sour Stonv Diarrhoea
and Loss of Sleep.
7a2ttnh Signature or
Paot oopy or wrapper.
"Mi eiNTAUN IONHI , HtW TKK OfTV.
II will buy tho most beautiful yaeos evor shown.
Will buy the most dninty little cupa and saucers.
Will buy vtry fnuciful large cups nud saucers
A very ohoie Array of artielic plate; also shaving.
Will get. dainty creamors, wood souvenir.s, etc.
Funny and clever ornaments nnd figures, that causes.
merriment and makes everyone laugh
Y.s, fr tho Hinnll sum of 25c you can get hundreds
of nrticlo, not room to describe here.
tttZjS& JS V J" 'I' 7' . i mi..- noun -ltj
. - . . . U,TlCn P n. & N. If the stnto should undertake
(Continued from first pace,)
Yokohama Tea Store
Fiat Coffees and Teac A Spjclalty
Tho Dalles, who awns most of the land
through which tho portngo and tho ca
nal will ho hullt. said that right of
way for tho waterway can be obtalnod
for 150,000 nt most.
The canal will not approach the O.
R. & N. eo clonely at will the portage.
Damages to the 0. R. & N. from the
canal, Major I.angfltt laid, would not
be heavy. At some places the cannl
will encroach upon the alleged right
of way of the railroad, but not Injuri
ously to the Intter
Mr, Beufert declared laet night that
right of way can fje readily secured
for both projects. He said that land
for tho portage will cost little or
nothing, and for the canal not more
than $60,000. He urged prompt con
struction of the portage, and advised
a further appropriation by the Oregon
legislature for the canal right of way.
"I'll hot," he remarked, "that with-
Ing three ytsrt after the portaga is
finished the Northern Pacific will
have a line down the norC bank of the
Columbia. The portage will put down
rates nearer tit water level and tho
Northern Paclftc. unable to haul
freight over high mountains to I'uge;
Sound. In competition with water lev
el rates, will have to us the watei
"The Northern laclnc Is getting
ready to build down the north bank
already. It bas as agent a: The Dalles
all the time who la securing right of
way. Throe months ago be bought a
nine-mile stretch from Leon Curtis,
for fMOO, Just opoosito The Dallee.
The Northern I'ariNe secured the INuiJ
Mohr road soae lime ago.
Will Permit State to Use Land.
The Dorsoas who own land "hat
keiiioiil',effeaiSIfrMffrH?iw1'1 taw ,BO vtnm win
; ; , permit the state to nsi uie mm jum
as long as the state neeae it. we
!! (meaalng the Seufert Bios.) own about
2! v- miles of the m-mlio stretch, and
we shall ask la return from the stale
only for certain trackage aeeofamoda
tlons, sad tor certain rhoap Improve
meets, which are naoeesair to protect
oar hoslaeas from laterfereneo by the
portage. Chief of theee ImpnrfaaeaU
Is an elevated tramway, which will
cost the state a trifling sum of money.
"KrerdicB Karrtll I H Taff and
WllHam Mi bell are the othar owners
besidos th- e R N They will
readily allow too stat u aM their
property, at Utile or no expeaae.
"Jltavy lamagts to the O R ic N
Phone 2411 Black ecucuYcryj
Orogonlan, Dec. 9th: Whether to
amend the portage road law so as to
secure right of way for the govern
ment canal, or let tho law stand, and
appropriate an additional sum for
that purpose, or to put off further log
Ulation fn tho matter until the next
regular legislative session In 1906, are
problems that are vexing the law
Commercial parties of Portland In
sist that the portage be built ns soon
as possible, canal or no canal. They'
will no doubt advise that the matter
of securing right of way for the canal
he deferred until the next regular ses
"If an . additional appropriation
should come up nt the special ses
sion," romarked Henry Hnhn yoster
day, "It might force such a oompro
mtso ns would divert part or- all of
he $106,000 appropriation nnd dolny
the portage. The persons who nro try
lug to work up the amendment hope
to retnrd the portage that Is tho fo
mentors of the movement do. No
doubt If the portage woro Indefinitely
postponed, enough delays would hap
pen to the canal to put It off until the
mlllennnlum. We noed tho portage,
no matter how soon or late we got tho
Lcannl, nnd no matter If the portage
should be no bettor than n 'one-boss
"If one delegation at Washington
can't get a resolution adopted nt this
session of congress directing the sec
retary of wnr to acquire land for the
canal, then our legislature can pro
vide means for securing ttie land at
Its regular resslon one year from now.
"Does anybody remember how long
the canal at Cascades was delayed?
Was It 30 years? Then le.t's have the
No Serious Interference.
Major Lnngfitt said that the portago
and the cnnnl "need not seriously In
terforo with onch other." Tho only
placo where tho portage will be In the
way of the cannl is at tho upper end
of the waterway. Major l.angfltt con-'
ceded that construction of that part
of tho waterway could bo put off un
til toward tho ond of tho work so that
oporntlon of tho portago would not
Acquisition of ground for the cannl
will not be oxponsivo nor Is there
room to bollevo that It will cost 5100,
000. That sum was named by the gov
ornmont onglneors in a rough esti
mate, sufficient to cover the most out
side contingencies. P. A. Seufort, of. nnd tho canal go ahead without oh
to straighten one of the curves so at
to make room for the- portage? I
think not. And courts will tnke tho
same view of the matter nt least th
court In Wasco county.
"Utit the portngo will not displace
th O. H. ft N. track anywhere on the
rcute. To bo suro. It will encroach
upon what the O. R. & N. claims as
thn exclusive right of way of thn
company. Uut what of It? All the
right the O. It. & N. has Is by virtue
of n permit granted to the old O. S. N.
Company for n railroad through the
public domain. Thnts all there wns to
It permission to run. n railroad
through the public domain. The per
mit didn't specify n right of way 2R
feet w!de nor 100 feat wide, nnd It's
jusi as reasonable- for the O. It. & N.
to lay claim to all Oregon and Wash
ington on both sides of It track ns
to the 100 or JOO-foot width it con-
Mr. Soufert added that the courts
would determine what wns reasonable
width, and that they would not per
mit the O. R, & N. to block the way of
the portage or tho cnnnl Thon, he
suggosted ns n means of hastening the
portnge thnt tho legislature pass an
act authorising tho stnte to build the
portage right nwny, nnd permitting
such persons ns would bo damaged
thereby to sue tho statu.
Railroad Doesn't Delay.
"Thnt'a the way n railroad goes
ahotul " he remarked. "If I have a line
Held nil fenced In, tho O. R. & N., for
example, doesn't stop for thnt fonee:
put Its tracks through my field, nnd
I hnvtf to go to the courts for redress.
"The Interior country needs the
portnge Immediately. Oregon should
build the road nt once. Why hnve
farmers In Wasco and Klickitat coun
ties paid their mortgages In tho past
10 yonrs? Is It not n good part bo
cause the portago at Cascades cut
freight rates, and opened the canal
"Only two arguments put forth
agnlnat tho Celllo pertnge: first, thnt
It enn't be hullt for $106,000. the
nmount appropriated; second, thnt It
will bo nn obstruction to tho canal,
lloth nro false assertions.
"That portngo can be built for loss
thnn $100,000 and can be equipped
for loss thnn $05,000. No cuts nnd no
fills nro noedod. Half tho 8V4-mllo
dlstnnco ran bo constructed for $3600
or loss n,mllc. Three or threo nnd n
half miles will bo trestles, which
should not cost more thnn $11,000 or
$12,000 a nillo.
"Tho assortlon tho portngo would
hnmpor tho cnnnl Is not truo. Tho two
projects will occupy tho same ground
only at a few places At thoso placed
tho portnge can be shifted to the side,
FROM LAST TO FIRST
People used to take plain
cod liver oil for coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles after
other remedies had failed.
Scott's Emulsion is the
modern idea of cod liver oil
the first instead of the last
resort when such ailments
The taste of the oil is not
apparent and the oil itself is
partly digested makes it
easy for the stomach. Scott's
Emulsion is a quick, reliable
help at all ages.
We'll e!il yo ample ft upw ttqunt.
SCOTT A PUWNK. 1W SUtt, Kew York
structlon. Furthermore the portnge
wll! be of rorvlco to the national gov
ernment In transporting freight for
8ee O. W. Johnson &. Co's big re
ductions on clothlno ad In this paper.
The Latre; Yarr..
A Pittsburg drummer tolls this new
yarn: I alwnys carry a bottle of
Kemp's Balaam In my grip. I tnke
cold easily, and a fow dosos of the Hal
sum alwnys makes mo a well man
Everywhere I go I speak a good word
for Komp. I take bold of my custom
ers I take old men and young men,
and tell thorn confidentially what I do,
when I take cold. At druggists, 2S
and CO cents. 4
In the Circuit Court of the Stnto of
Oregon, for the County of Mnrion.
Department No. 2:
Amanda A. Johnson, plaintiff.
Charles K. Johnson, dofendnnt.
To Charlos K. Johnson, tho nbovs
namod dofendnnt; In tho nnmo of the
S:ato of Oregon, you are horeby re
quired to appear herein nnd nnBWor
the complaint of plnlntlff on fllo heroin
ngnlnst you within Blx woeltn from tho
date of tho first publication horcof"
And you are further notified that It
you fall to so appear within said time
said plaintiff will npply to the court
for tho rellof prayed for In her com
Por n decree forever dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween plaintiff nnd defendant, ami for
the custody of Carl Johnson, a minor,
and for her costs and disbursements,
nnd for such other rellof as may sewn
meat wiUi equity to tho court.
And you nre further notified that
this summons Ib served upon you by
publication In the Dally Capital Jour
nnl, n dally newspaper of gsnernl cir
culation In Mnrion county, Oregon, for
bIx consecutive woaks pursuant to nn
ordor of the Honorable It, P. HoIso,
Judgo of tho above onUtlod court duly
mrulo, rondorod nnd entorcd of rooord
heroin on tho 30th day of October,
"And you nre further horeby notlflod
that tho dato of tho first publication
horoln Is tho 30th day of October,
1003, and tho dato of tho last publica
tion will bo on tho 11th duy of Decem
ber, 1003. PRANK HOLMES,
10-30-7t-Frl Attorney for Plnlntlff.
i Only $t ,S pet fsacfc
The famous Unexcelled
Peacock Brand of flour.
z The finest flour ever seld:
j in tht city. Try it once. I
We will sell to you again. !
$ : i
D. A. White
c Son !
I Feedmea andScodsmcn !
301 Cora'l SI, Salem, Oregon..
We have a fine tract of Umber
land near Cottage Grove
1000 acres will make
about 4 million leet to 14
section. From 100 rods
to 1 1-2 miles of river
This is a snap.
Tw6 acres, with good 5 room
house, large barn, plenty
of iruit, 1-2 acre of vet
ches, for rent at $5.00
per month- 1-2 mile East
If you have property to sell Or rent,
or want to buy or sell, trade or-exchange
for oUier property of any
kind; or It you want a Ipan or Insur
ance, see It. R. Ryan ft Co. 19-Sf-tf
R. R. Ryan
eewfieiwtBle?tBlf fMM-aH-Wf f f tKt
Oyer 50 Per Cent Reduction On j
H. C. Watson, of Albany.
II. C. Watson, a prominent Albany
cltlsrn. 'tied at his home In that rltv
Wednesday night. aftr a Uug-rliiK
Continues For The Week
See Corner Window
M. WADE &, CO
Bought Several Roads.
fopoka, Kan., Dec. 11 The nnnu
meeting of tho stockholders of the
ja Fe Thursday confirmed the
ichases of the Rnndsburg Railway
Snn Francisco & Northwestern
enlx & Eastern nnd Oakland
He May Have Repented.
Atlanta, Co.. Dec. 11. Hal Lewis,
aged 52. former supreme Justice of
Georgia, died yesterday at Oroena
borough. He leaped Into national
fame In 1S86 by making the speech
The Entire Stock
Of Boots and Shoes and Rubbers
We have purchased of Jacob Vogtmust
be sold at a sacrifice, Come early and j ;
get the bargains,
Successor to Jacob Vogt. 2 6 5 Commercial Street ; ;
Why o gelatine and
ptnu aonra Boating,
and enuring when
produna baUcr remlta In two rnlnutter
Krerj thing In the tMkage. Bimply add hot
wAti-rMuliMtttoeool. It's perfection. Assr
pn Vu Ibe botuewife. No titrable, lean ex
pww. TryitUMby. In Pour Fruit FU.
Kirn; Jroon. Orange, BlniUarj, ltujfc
brry Mgreffliri. 10a
iv v.n.u'sr- n
f -S8i!Sm ' I '
Wrk vSSftStfrn B 'M Cmmr$ial St.
DID YOU FOROET OR
WERE YOU TOO BUSY?
Voti did not mud me Hint (inlor for irJutl.ug
lust month. You hud bettor do It now. l'ltpre
Is no Doner nine to got n iresii supply or i
tlouery than just before thn now year. If yfu
order It soon It will bo ready far you,
jLft44-a)4.wtsa i ab-B !-
German Market I
U opened, asst seer to Har
ritt ft LawreBeo grocery store,
a sVaa, mw jaarW. where all
kinds ot meat esa be had. Low
prieee and prompt dalirery cur
motto. We snake a saeetalty of
ftae Oervaaa nM of all
kinds. Oire tu a ealL
Elliott, the Job Printer.
John II. Coi.rvian, 1'ruidknt. Sai.ku, Okwio.v.
College of Liberal Arts, Law, Art, Medicine, Music,
PREPARATORY DtPAHTWET-Oren 10 lli(Jct CCuplctlDjf clt bin uttte it
'pariment-IonerrrfliJMln iritaralory detartratnt- Besides sflordjir
profcsslooal Uilnlr.tr, the Uslvtrilly (teas to ilc a norevitt crs(t)(l
cseeatloa for all who are aware of the value of trained brain.
THE WORMAL DEPArUMEriT-Offm a'tfcorouiJueBrie In W treofy $H
practice of teacllsr. Meets all ttie nouireneats f state ecbool lay.
He teackers ara In conalaot donanj,
Cafexfogtfe Upon Appllcatloo. '
Salt wore Oroeerles aal Utter Groceries thai ANYBODY
There's where you get GOOD, treatment and GOOD gcods
Stop in and for yourwlf. ct p. o. grocery.