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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OH-gOM, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1904,
If DAILY J0U1JL
flcrgps News Alteration Telegrams.
QY HOPER BROTHERS.
Dully One - Year, $4X0 In Advance.
Dally Three Month, L00 In Advance.
Dally by Carrier, BO Cent Per Month'.
Weekly One Year, $1.00 In Advance.
nefWjmth $ -3S
Three Months $1.00
(At Journal Office.
At Daue'a Orocery, 8outh Salem.
At Ooweriox Orocery, Yew Park.
ylum, Avenue Orocery Store.'
Efeetrl Orocery, East State 8L
OREGON COMING EVENT8.
National.., Urostock.. contention,
VottUMA, January IMC.
Aurora coot show, Dallaa, Junu
TonjRht and Tuesday, occasional
proraoto public Improvements, to em-
ntn fflf.ni nn n. Iftrfiro SOfllO.
That Ib tho bOBt way to keep a city
alivo and growing. Dili Portland is
generally pitted agalnit any move
ment for the rest of tho stato.
For Inetanco In the fight of tho
iiintutra for hatter conditions. Port
land feather her own nest and leta
the Industries of tho rent of tho state
So long as the rest of the Mate 1
willing to be bled and play second mi
die to Portland, Oregon will remain
undeveloped. Oregon will begin to
grow when Portland I made to play
fair with the rest of the state.
It must not be concluded that
Knappa Is nn Orogon town that Is
ever gong to be caught napping.
made no secret of hlrguoss, saying as
ho wrote it "seven, como $even."
A orap shooter, sure
The political fight In Marl
will as usual be ovor
11M...1,. f.nnn ta vntf U-r.rH.F4 1 K AAA .1
ton, which Is an awfully hl&hjirlce for
any kind of Jaw bone.
THE NEXT REPUBLICAN CANDI
PATE FOR GOVERNOR.
"Who will be tho Republican candi
date for governor In 190CT
It Is. atmmeil by nonrly overyono
that governor Chamberlain will be a
candidate to siioceed himself.
t Uut tlite la 'not by any means cor
tain, but It Is curtain Hint If ho runs
It will take the beat man the Hopubll-
M have to heat him.
There are two oandldatos who might
lie hawed who would provo very
strong with Republicans generally.
Oae Is from Ixine county Hon. It.
A. Jknilk. Tim other I from Klamath
UMnty PreecMit Htate Treasurer
Neither of theso gentlemen Ib seek
ing the office, ami It l not known thnt
either would lake the nomination.
. HuUho aro the character of men the
party should tako up If It desires to
command the hlghoU reelect of It
Tho Journal douhta If (lov. Ghnm.
li.rlnln can be persuaded to niake thq
ftulffHflnu lnuAli.n.t i.. ........ ..
....Ul.au in 1IOUIIIIK UIO Of-
Well, hasn't hypnotism boon about
worked to n finish at Salem? Uovond
tbo nmufiomont Ii furnishes it has lit-
tto real valtio to anyone. As an an-
osthotlc Salem doos not need It.
enough peoplo asleep hero already.
Thoro would scorn to bo no demand
forany moro thoator horrors or tor
rtlilo shipwrecks or train collisions
The man who Imagines tho wholo
world Is going to tho bad unless It la
willing to bo Immersedjn his particu
lar hole In the Ico Is the victim-of a
A well-managed athletic club for
A Seattle preacher predicts that
tho year 190"4wll Show a greatj spirit
ual awakening. But ho'can find plonty
of Seattle citizens who will gamble
with him that It won't.
Maud Amber, the netress has been
granted a divorce on aacount' of the
misconduct of her husnand. Mr the
samo old story of the fly In the amber,
In fact he was too fly.
:: Reading Tabic ij
:: About theNewestand Best Books
: : and Magazines -
TnWng out (he expense of the
onnipahjn, the Uhh from bhalneee ne
glected, and, the (Upnuo Of filling the
flttle properly, nothing Ib loft.
Chateberlaln Is at the prime of lire
when a man feu as though he should
I)B dinkier Wtmsthlli for a ntlnir .imp.
llenee ito o need be surprised If J
vwameemui decllnee to Ih a seeond
The HetiuUlcatM might mum a on a
tlWU llmt VrtMud make It n public
duty for Mr. Chamberlain to again
make the row.
MOST OKAUTIFUL VER8E8 IN THE
The editor of IIiIh mm le requested
wat, in hie onlnluH. U the
seat beauUfm erae In the bible.
Vm Uw ttatnlmdnt of humaHlty.
iml eowklerliiK tbe wHme the 8av
ltw came to bring to the wnrW, here
U our guft:
m.e ilrit of the Urd U uk, jh.
lenwe lie hath nnnoluted me to
pear. l). mw)t ,0 ,e lwp. f
totk aei m to i, xk, ,Hrt!ft.
beurKM tn nreerh dKr iu-
WMlee4."-l uke t ts.
Tke u.oW be HieMloe thta c
nectlon tho fwt a! ,h b mH
he wore .tj(4 tm a MWry rtand
mmt No profMMltiHMl uiau u ..u.
tl fw his HMt wv1cM to RUHkRU
W XR fiwIMar wtth nt. W.
THE LIVESTqtlK CONVENTION.
Tke eHy jttaH(, , t
"-i-n aat (nv imiioi Mv-L
the young men of Salem with a good
gymnnelum and club room down town
would take many a young man out of
the card-rooms and saloons nt night;
and keep him nway from had company
a great deal worse tlmn either.
Hurrah for tl?e Salem Woman's
olub! It has taken hold of nutting
good picture In the Snlom public
For his brief enreof a political
lfMllUlf .Tnnlf MnHhAivn 'lim. I.M.f.n.
tlll rnt?p.t fnn n&Hln l.la ..m... i..m
..v ..-...,.. .w. u.tiir, ma ,ai 1 iiiiu
moro kinds oWtroublo In stato and lo
cal Portland Volltlos. .,'
, '.' '
' There Is belng so much said about
womlorful qualities of the newly, dis
covered metol radium, that we are
thinking or dunging the headline of
thle column to the X-lladlums. .
Water reflnw to run ui-hlll. even
in watered twkU
Tlie Indication, are that n tuiml
Paul's ihlce wlff full to. reach as iii.h
ttH tnltltllde II tllul)r4n- if uut. .
bet Iortland 4neert Thursday.
It wouM b woriji the price or d-
mwiq to see PattI at the ngo of
over artxLr uenve ekiptilng onto tfae
aUtge Uke a wheel tlH In short dree.
Wmt Japan and Ilusela npeds is
some now and larger megaphones.
Tho IxjwIb and .Clark junketing
commlttoo In Washington, say its sen
ato commlttoo Is unanimous In their
support or tho appropriation bill, but
thoy aro going to talk omo moro. and
Jolt will probably mako It "unanimous-
Tho king or Spain has his bride se
lected for hlra. She Is his cousin and
thirteen years old. That Is sure an
unlucky unmbor for nor.
Japan and Russlamay bo Sparring
for tlmo. They don't have to spar
Senator Smoot says he never mar
ried but onu woman or cohabited with
but one. Gentlemen of tho senate
you can now proceed to pass the deal
out , Senator Smoot has smote you.
Graver Cleveland has lived In the
time of more administrations than
any other citizen who has ovor been
presldont, beginning with that or Mar
tin Vim Duren and coming down to
thnt or Theodore Itoosevolt In all 18.
exclusive or his own two. Ho lias
lived to son six vlce-nreeldonts sue-
cood to tho presidency, three or them,
Johnson, Arthur nnd noosovolt, com
ing to tho Whlto Houso through tho
nsettnelnatlon or tholr prodocossors.
The others were Van Duren, Tylor
Three oandlcfates nro In'tho flold
for sheriff of Marlon county W J.
Culver of Salem, Henry A. Snydor.
poeitnniter at Aurora, and Lieut.
Uenderson of Woodhuru. The Salem
man Is making the beet run of nil us
hf Is off In California on his weddlni;
unnn-iitnn Mlffln & Co. announce a
fourth editor of "His Daughter First"
by Arthur Sherburne Hardy which
brings this novel into Its 15th thou
sand; a scqond edition of "Touch or
Sun nnd Othor Stories." by Mary
Hallock Footoj and nn English edi
tion or "Hill Towns or Italy." by Eg
erton R. Williams, Jr., to bo Issued
through Smith, Elder & Co., of Lon
An American novel started In the
January Atlantic promlros well. Tho
name of tho story Is "The Common
Lot," and tho sceno Is located In Chi
cago. Jt Is rich with tonic Western
effects, and seems devoid of the hi
ralutln, nnmbyiamby "sasslety" fea
tures of much current fiction. As a
triumph of cleanly fiction tho fact that
Kato Douglas Wlggln's "Rebecca" has
reached tho thrco hundred thousand
edition. Tho novel "Jewel," by Clara
Louise Durnham Is also having a great
salo for Christian Science fiction.
Tho Delineator for February con
tains bright stories and Interesting
articles for grown people, nnd delight
ful tales and othor amusements to
koop little hands and mind occupied.
A Llttlo Garden Calondar, by Albort
Dlgelow Pnlne, tolls tho story of tho
second month's development of n
garden belonging to two vory Interest
ing children. It Is Instructive ns woll
as entertaining. Tommy Postolllce is
a cat story by Gabrlol E. Jackson, a
writer who Is dear to tho hoarts of
young folks. Then Llna Beard tells
how to blllld n mlnlatlirn Tmllnn nn.
enmpment, nnd thoro Is a humorouo
poem called 'The Insects' Thlmble
boo." Tljore Is othor mnttor In tho
number that will dollght the children,
and also tho very lntest styles In gar
ments for them.
Tho publishing houso of Doubledny,
Page &-Co. will soon nftor Fobrunrv
first bo removed Into Its own beauti
ful building on East Sixteenth stroet,
whore tho World's Work nnd Country
Liro In Amorlca Proeaos will bo In
stalled. Thoro will bo somethlne nov-
el In the situation, tho ownors sny.
in naving nil or their various donart.
ments nnd enterprises under ono roof.
pn-jwm" n3 miHEi
9 fJnir Vinrmi
Sold for sixty years. Yoi
know nbout it. It mnc.
merit. Must be good. Ask anv
of your neighbors. &&&!.
mat C" Sold for sixtvvenrs. Ym...'.
W U tI Wlil&JLnM.tm
to travel, and to this dny It Is known
among tho tribesmen n "Tho Vlllago
Whoro No Ono Lives." It Is now to
them a plnco or ghosts, to be nvolded
at all hazzards. Tracos of tills vll
in nfiii nvlnt. nn tho arctic coast,
nnd Its strange and tragic history has J
been sot rorth by WInthrop pacKaru,
In his book for boys, "The Young Ico
Whalers,'' recently published by
Houghton, Mlffln & Co.
Tho Latee; Yarn.
A Pittsburg drummor tolls this new
yarn: I always carry a bottlo of
Kemn's Dalsam In mv grip. I take
cold eaally, and a few doses of tho Bal
sam always makes mo a woll man.
Everywhere I go I speak a good word
ror Kemp. I tako hold or my custom
ers I take old men and young men,
and tell them confidentially what I do,
when I take cold. At druggists, 25
and 50 cents. 4
When You Want
Something to oat, Junt try tho Whit,
nouse. inoy can ooryo you at .
nour oi ino uay or nigiu.
ilia miiu io
Tho county court of Lnno has Just
awarded $400 on account or tho col
lapso or a county bridge. In tho no
cldont, tho bridge fell and J. S. Colo
and his wagon wero precipitated to
tho bottom or Row creek. Thehorsoa
wore Injured, and tho wagon wns de
molished. Tho ownor set up a claim
ror $560 damages, but finally compro
mised with tho court for $400.
General Gordon Dying.
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 9. General Gor
don, who Is III at Miami, Florida, is
sinking, and tho end is nenr.
A man mnkoo when Ills laundry wort
Is sent homo with porcuplpo edga
nnd sproadcaglo buttonholes. If k
would bring his llnon to an up-to-d&u
laundry whoro perfect mothode obtali
nt all times, such aa the Snlom Stcea
Laundry, ho would rCcolvo hlo shirts,
collars and cuffs equal to now orotr
tlmo thnt wo sond them. homo.
Col. J. Olmsted, Prop.
Phono 411 230 Liberty St. I
The Mmene twister hum't n.
mwoh lorn i),v m it uHi j0 have
hernni thai- "buries i,,.t u.... . .
the" .rjMrtew afialt around nnd.wteli
Ull lillellotuiiUael. automobile per
It beeljia tb ik at ir war might
break m In' Ala Jierore wwnlng.
Thoe, who 111 not Jniriul ...l
wrt m& ran eaally " ueeotuw an nnd
ire In, the iMetrihutlon at iiinmnn.
gtfu. It U,w- 4o got wre to iu
bai they rH Mend and took nt It In
C II. HlMtM lwalr sIum u-i.i.....
Staytou has a ladle art club.
Anon the wk candidate for tha
spring election will avoid the early
rruet In teitlng out hit tender grnrts.
The Journal devil eays he can't nf.
ronl to woar a $160 diamond rlne. but
he lm a very bright dime and pin.
The reason Senator Dietrich illiin't
take a bribe, was because the trade
was made before he was sworn In
STRAIN TOO GREAT.
rro " " Ue u tkry tMU
T ixlDilpai bba or g j
J"' '. W1he.. MtwHilJ
INUb: he A .. HIV ,-u
u ihL r, All dtt"
-" o u ud
hMJv lout. a. i
JeH and ItueeiH have not gone to
BhtJK ant both Mm to b Htin-
for time to get tmAy.
Ir that neliM kltrte! and
ootreaal mlltUHew. as It exists Ir
woet Bint. eoMHUrtee, b m u vwy
iwwwre baaU. It !.. .i .,....
mi HRlew , a ,
Tke crmllt of Uie hm. ,. ....
j wto- Umk M w.,1, ,
trdy JoariMl. ud .wu u.
ee ta Um Jrv Hertew. j,r
oe la obi. of Um Wi NM mmi favok
ably known mwM t. vw.. -....
Mid tee JoHnml k aiH,i i to My
WJu Uila from Uie kj. n,,
Uetly Jourueta that m iiM Atr,
All almtt tkat TktJ...iHi
O-eaUm tm.., U e tmTxZ
iwalttoe, of the kt-d .,- ZZl.r
l PhUtt are Um Air -. .......
Tb x my imui wkA M. - ..
' tum, WU, M , .vri.. Tf
!. ? OMad,
MBiwtM Mt mat fe- ... -. .
k iww- '"wv
MM" NKw 1m Bhuw1
nunareaa or Salem Readers Find It
The hustle and worry or business
The hard wo-r and stoonlne nf
The woman's honsohold cares,
Are too great a strain on the kid-
Ilaeaehe, headache, sldeache.
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles
A Salem cltlien tells vn.i ..
ora them all.
JHrub Moretoek rarmor residing on
Rural avenue, between Hwel and
Lattrul struts, in Nob Hill addition.
..i Mwm, says: "Doaa's Kidney
"i lWK.ured at ur. Stone's drug
" um we Reed. I ha,i bwn j,,.
ered ot and on for nulla u,
with ! throMgh my back , 1,1..
y. I have always worked bard nt
rami and tklnk th- t, .
rttfnaUy eauee.1 front a 8lnilB. TnQ
.w rom the kidneys were an
Hojlng at Uium and ,...! - "
WW inoonveid ..J..
r H...I i .
w7. ::. " Doa,a Kidney
- .... .... nun ,h My n-.fc. -,, ..
Ww kidney trouble had
Mw remedy to oUiew"
Sld I far M eente a bax by mi aeal.
. l agMU for th. nBi, c.r
JLtTSL.! Da"9 D0AS S;
With Japan nnd Russia on tho
verge of wnr over Korea, nerhnns thn
article to which most people will turn
nt once In the January Issue or Out
ing Is "Walking Through Korea,"
which is the story or a tranm m-nr
the country with iiiiiirini-a i.
people and some excellent photo
graphs that bring them and the conn-
if) piotty clear to the reader. Hut,
perlmjw the moat rascinntlng artlclo'
lu this number Is "Heating tho Wind
on a Toboggan," which tells or the
remnrknblB feats accomplished nt Da
vos. together with n doson ..hn
graphs taken wipeclallv fnr n.,!.,
and Illustrating the dnrlng runs that
ure tnKon down the moun.tnln nlde.
Mr. Dunn, In this number. hPin. m
first of his articles on ti,D mnt .
I tempt to ascend ML McKlnloy. This
is qulto tho most extraordinary soriee
of iwpers to have been published, for
..wmitw me tnrllllng experlonco In ox
Dloratlon. they tell of those human
experiences which nro usually not set
down In print by onlnrra m
Dunn's nrtlcle Is a human document
9 . . . at
i txr l.nnHc 1 nirin-ue I U-4.' I s
DRESS GOODS Black homespun, 50 inches wide,
all wool, only 50c a pard.
EMBROIDERIES Dainty patterns at 5c a vard
TOWELS 10c each, best value ever given in the city.
UMBRELLAS in gloria silk, all steel rods from 50c
up Our special offer at $1.25. fine handles,
WRAPPERS Flannelette at $1.25 that are worth 51.75
ICE WOOL SHAWLS only 60c and 75c worth from
1 to 1.25.
Rostcin & Gteenbaum
302 Commercial Street.
J!" I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HH-M-f-H HI I 11 I 1 I I I II I 1 1 1
Branson A RaBan.
Keep all klu.u, Bf .
tney are the Z."?"' "
"The Village Where No One Lives."
Probably no more fascinating tale
of the wild north has vr i, .,..
than the true story of th fn,i..i.,
and deserting of "The Villa vh.
No One Uvee." This w n u.n
, - - urnilUU
"wm ,,,wn three thousand Inhnbl
tanu. built up m a few weeks through
a strange combination of clrcum
stances. When mrs ng0 more tnan
thirty wiMUnx veaeis u -..!.. ....
the Ice and desert! by their crew
north or Bering tulu tho ifeklmos
f that wIon round a bonansa. They
floched thither In the dead or winter
and formed a vllim... .t
thousand In the nui,v... . ..
i.r"i.A or wi.d .oot
' "" m "Hie men became
EST!? WbRt W ' vast
wmnu In iron, woud u.w..
,, ., , - 1. ana
1 l well akmg lu u,e
IN. to clvtlluon. ThatTe UarU
nan cannot tana mi ......
however, was de.,..-... . . .'
...-.. -,. yuarrete and dlaeea-
anwn ,ao people erf tne
VMM and whoa the a,, iun
awe It lookd -v,... .Jr. . ,tta
We kill and remove Ciumm nri
Tumors without the aid of knife or J
Dr. J. F. Cook, tho Dotanlcal Doe
tor, cures all kinds of diseases after
all othor schools have failed, with-
""' luo or Knire or poisons. Hl f
modlclnes are comnniM vt. h t
horbs; they aro cathnrorf n i..m t
In various parts of Amorlca and tor- t
MpTI nnnni.1 4
. " -""'" ma, at great oxpenae.
!! Has Of(rvtnfpf4 manv
.. from beln cared by me,
: THAT'S JEALOUSY!
Afford to Run
: : RMd the T"""" of a Prominent Salem Man:
:: in...... - TO THE PUBLIC.
agrewoLTdnr. ay know wnat J
J Ing treatment from him for the aa TilZl T X haVe booa I
: : ho has removed frm J L . ,J 1 15 montha' "d that In that Ume
: ou. growth, at larsoaa "".-y .?anaI thrco tumors of cancer- 1
another cancerous rrn,. .r.l U . u rrom t110 o IntoeUno. Aleo
- u' " va ui iiiimhp nif .. - v
. . or from off my thumb Thlshnanii . re my foot' nna anoth-
; : clnos alono, thoy kl. 1 h0 71 CCOm" through medl-
turo Itsoir castlnr"eiW.th.and 'PMoMIke roots, and N
vu. n nil rm r i .
; : dnre not bovo I could have found .Z, ... ?1 . Kf6 or anrB X
. . wnero in the world, and cWf,,ii 1 w troatmont aay-
ii lorMoall who ' .
I : W Mn d M mforyou,orroreI.fyouneedIt.
J. F. rnntr
.. Denta-ti. n.i... i . .
4. "'"' "nicai poctor.
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; BALFOUR, GUTHRIE 1 CO.il
i i Oat& For Sale
S HOP GROWERS eii... ,o . aiC
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y hare lrld .k-. W U unU,l
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