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DAILY CAPITAI., JOUBNAL, BAXEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i, 100.
Health Ordinance Passed Unanimously
Routine Business Transacted
at Regular Session
council, met in regular post
session last night. Present,
Mayor Water, Iteeonlcr Judnh, Alder
men Acheson, Bayne,CroBan, Clnireliill,
Downing, Oesner, Hubbard, Hughes.
The committee on ordinances roportod
sight amendments to tho health ordi
nance, which woro adopted.
Tho committeo on streets recommend
ed that nil nwninge bo raised to the
height required by ordinance. Adopted.
Report of Street Commissioner Tnrp
ley wns approved.
Tho following roport wns rend and
"Gentlemen: Wr, your committee on
street)), to whom was referred the mnt-
tcr of installing tho Hreyman fountain I
. on tho westerly margin of Willson av
enuo, by resolution heretofore passed,
beg leave to report that we have enr-
'ricd out tho instructions of the council
nt a cost approximating tho sum of
$700, and, wo nro assured, to tho entire
satisfaction of tho donors of that splen
did gift; tho consummation of this
work being univorsnlly appreciated
' throughout the whole city.
"In this important relation wowoull
respectfully urge upon tho council the
levy of, nt lenst, ono-half mill tax for
park purposes, at tho time of mnking
tho municipal Iovies in December next,
for lOOfi, ns tho park board should have
no loss than $1G00 for its work during
tho onsuing yonr.
"Wo would further report that
Messrs. McOill & McDonald, proprietors
of tho Oregon Numerics, in this city,
bnvo signified their willingness and pur-
poso to plant, nt tholr own chnrgc, such
ornamental shrubs as may be suitable,
along tho said western frontage of Wil
son avenue, u contribution at unre public-spirited
and wholly commundnblo.
"In conclusion, wo lospectfully sng
. gest that Willson avonuc, from its
scopo and prominence, will requlro time
nnd largo expense for its ndequato nnd
permanent embellishment, nil of which
will bo bostowed in duo course; that
Marlon squnre, one of the most beau
tiful pieces of pnrk land in tho United
states, should ulso receive nnrnet con
sideration nt tho hands of the city gov
eminent, in tho mnttor of walks, curb
ing, and other utilitioH, ns well ns the
establishment of n public drinking
fountain. Nnr should tho city stop ni
these possessions, but should tuko stops
to nrquiro two or three othoy, one,
notably, easterly of South Sttlom; the?
acquisitions depending, of course, upon
tho levy nnd collection of a spttcial
Mayor Waters, in accepting tho
"Oontlemen: This evening the com
mitteo entrusted with th urMtion of
the Broymnn memoriiil fountain lllos
with us its final reHrt. The work is
completed. It only romnius for us to
fittingly nrcopt tho gift. Our duty,
therefore, hocomes n pleasure as well.
We address our oppressions of thanks
to Mr. Wernoy Uroymnn and family
nnd the personnel of the ostnto of the
Itito.Kugeuo Broymnn, nnd trust our
fcellugn of Uilobtodnow may bo per
mi (toil to share tho pleasures nnd wtis
faction these donors enjoy in tho re
alization of tholr gift becoming so
substantial and elofiaut h monumPHtnl
fixture to the city's endowments. May
tho precedent thiw ontabliidied imeour
ngo muro llko gifts from our wealthy
"It is both proper and just that wo
refer bristly to tho comkkwIhI ettroor
of tho gONorous glvurw of our tuoot mug
nliloont ploeo of statuary. Mr. Werner
Uroymnn and tho late Jiiigono Hreymiui
wero born In ltokenkem, near Hanover,
Oermany. In tho your 1S50 Mr. Worner
Uroymnn emigrated to Oregon, to be
followed In ISM by his brother, Kugouo
Drayman. Together they opened n gen
eral tnorelmndise eoUblUhment in La-'
inyetto, Ynmhill county, conducting u
brtnich Moro in Amity. In the fall of
the yonr 1S04, the two brothers moved
to Salem, und in the following month
of Pobrnnry began their buitnew career
hero. As ooniorvntive and Biiec-Mfu1
men of buslnow tho firm name of Hrey
lmwillros. bus earned an enviable rep
utntlQti, nnd is known far and wide
throughout the eemimiiiity,
"In soleeting the leeatioti of tho
proseiit homo of k UrwywMM, it we
happily oboneu that tho ronotivo
brothers bought and built en ftpnwito
side, of Wttsou avenue, in plain view
of each other. Tho orec-tlon of this
fountain between the two homos seems
to join thorn in it elmraoter as a Me
morial, find become a fitting nit to
tho career of oo and n enered entitled
of years of brotherly devotion to the
rurvhmj.', nnd n ikawmt euutewpletion I
in life's evening. As for us, we can
but thank. Our appreciation is not
only ours to show, but those coming nf
tor may reflect with liko feelings the
works of those who wore before and
who mado and helped mako Salem what
it is. I feel no sonsc of limitation, nor
do I hoar any dissenting voice when I
presume to speak for tho commonwealth
of tho Capital City, for the city coun
cil nnd a II officials and myself, person
ally, and say, that wo accept this gift
with profound sonso of appreciation
nnd promise it n plnce in our memory,
a memory which cannot be separated
from tho memory of those who gave It.
"Therefore, let us order this slight
expression of "acceptance on our part
spread upon our' records nnd published
in the local press."
On motion of Alderman Churchill,
tho recorder was instructed to adver
tise for bids for building sewer in block
Alderman Cro.'snn created quito a
laugh by asking for six nose protectors
for the fire department. Following as it
did, nftcr a livoly sewer nnd cesspool
discussion by Aldormnn Churchill, it led
Aldorman Bayne to ask if they wore for
Mr. Churchill. Tho roquost was granted.
Tho report of the special committee
rolatirig to street improvement bonds
was adopted. It was ns follews:
Wo, your specinl committee, horoto
foro appointed to investigate nnd re
port upon tho status of tho liens im
posed and held by tho city of Siilom in
the matter of tho general improvement
of Stato street, from tho west line of
High street li. re enstcri boundary of
the city, and of tho general improve
ment of Oak street from the west lino
of Twelfth street to tho west lino of
Winter street, bog Icnvo to submit our
findings in this relntion as follews:
Wo find thnt there nro at the present
time 39 liens in force nnd applying to
property in tho case of the Onk street
improvement; that tho mini of these
lions is ample to cover tho obligations
of the city, as represented by the bonds
issued to pay for tho improvements
We find thnt bonds in the sum of $fi.
S10.41 were uttored by tho city on
January 1, ISM, maturing in 15 years
from dato of issue, but pnynblo nt the
option of tho city, nt tho end of 10
years, and bearing interest at the rnte
of 0 per cent per annum to "cover the
cost of the improvement of Stato htroat
aforesaid. And thnt bonds in tho sum
of $371.10 wero uttored by tho city for
tho saino time, on the saino date, bear
ing tlin same rnto of interest, nnd with
tho same option to cover the cost of tho
improvement of Oak streot aforosaid.
This makes the bonded obligation of
tho city, , in this relation amount to
$0,181.51. Thcso bonds nro now in tho
possosslon or custody of Messrs. Ladd
m. l.Uoh, baftKui. Oi this city.
Wo And thnt, undor tho charter
und ordinance an annual lovy of D per
cent has been imposed by the common
council upon each and every one of the
liens in force and heroin reported for
tho yonrs ISPd, ISO", 1S03, 1S00, 1900,
1901, 1902, 1003, but thnt no sueh levy
was made for the year 1S95. Tho lovy
for tho aurront year will no doubt be
inndo by your honorable body in De
Wa find that the funds in the treas
ury of tho eity applieablo to the pay
ment of thoe bonds is, approximately
We, respectfully rooommend the
adoption and enforcement of the res
olution aoeompany this roport, and ask
for further tlwo hi which to present a
fimtl report in the promise.
The resolution whs as follews:
Whoroas, The elty of Salem, Oregon
has heretofore, under its charter and
ordinances mado and provided in that
beliulf, uttcrod certain bonds in pay
mtmt of tho cost of the geaoral iw
prsvomotit of Stato streot from tho
wost line of High stroet to the OMtora
limit of tho eity, and in payment of
the cost of the general improvetaeat of
Oak street x from tho west line of
Twelfth street to the wost line of Win
ter street, aggregating the sum of $6,
151.15, bearing dato of January 1.
ISM, and maturing in 15 ytrs from
date of ieue, and
Whereas, The bawl aferemW, under
the tortus of the charter, and the terms
of said bonds, are payable at' tho eptien
of the common oouueil of id eity of
Salem at the end of 10 years from
the said date of iwue, er on Jaauary 1,
190ft, ow, therefore, be It
liesolved, l)y the coutwea council of
the city of Saleai, Orogou, is regular
sesston anibld, this first day of No
vember, 190-1, that tho city of Salem,
aforesaid, does hereby avail itself of
tho option prescribed in said charter
and bonds aforesaid, and declare its
purpose to redeem, pay off, and dis
charge oach, or all, of tho said bonds
so uttered In behnlf of tho general im
provement of Stato street, aforesaid,
and in behalf of the general improve
ment of Oak street aforesaid, at the cm!
of 10 years from tho dnto of the issu
ance of said bonds, towlt, on January
1, 1905, and be it further
Resolved, That the recorder of the
said city of Salem is hereby dlreoted to
nnd shall forthwith servo notico npon
each nnd every one of tho owners of
record of tho property or properties
now subject to Hen or liens imposed.
and held by tho said city, in behalf of
tho payment of the said bonds of the
declared purpose of the council in this
regard, and request the payment, prin
cipal and intorest, of each and every of
tho snid liens nforesnid, on or before
the said first day of January, 1905; nnd
bo it further
Itesolved, That the proposed redemp
tion of the bonds aforesaid, on said
first day of January, 1905, shall be
abridged and limited only by the funds
and moneys in the treasury of the city
of Salem, nvnilablo by law for this pur
Recorder Judah read his roport for
October, and It was adopted. It shows
total fines and licenses collected dur
ing tho month, $1300.
Warrants ordered drawn to M. Vies-
ko for cement sidewalk at Hreyman
fountain, $150, to bo from park, fund,
nud the remainder of 530 from tho
II. Xutter was elected n hosuman in
the firo department on the recommen
dation of 1'iro Chiof ugh.
A petition from W. A. McClnron, et
nl., for a street light on the corner of
13th or 14th street nnd Marion street,
was reforred to the committee on lights
A petition for a safe sidewalk on the
west side of High street was reforred
to the committeo on streets.
A petition for a six-foot sidewalk
opposite the White Store, in South Sa
lom, in Jones' addition, was referred
to the committee on streets.
A motion was carried that the mayor
huve power to act in the mnttor of the
examination of -the steel bridge.
petition for a' temporary corru
gated iron office for the Salem Ice
Companv, to be placed baok of the
street car barn, was ffranted.
On motion $100 wns npproprir.tou
from the gonoral fund for Mnrion
A six-foot sidewnlk was ordered con
structed on the north side of Court
street from 14th street to Mill creek.
Tho committeo on health was in
structcd to investigate tho cost of
building post house nonr tho Salem
A six-foot sidewalk was ordered on
west side of South Commercial street
in front of block 8, lots 1 and 4.
A walk was ordered on tho east sido
of Cottage street, from Court street
north, in front of tho J. II. Albort
The street jommis'slonor was ordered
t't build n cement sidewalk in front of
tho Salem Iron Works.
The health ordinance was road for
tho third time. This ordinance creates
tho ofllco of a health officer, and treats
of the quarantining of persons ufllioto'
with contagious diseases. On vote this
bill was passod unanimously.
health officer, with a salary of
$50 a month is nlso created, the office
to act ns day policeman.
The committee on streets was in
st rue ted to consult a lawyer and exam
me '.he frtishlso of tho Salem Flour
ing Mill Company, with tho view of
Tho following bills wero allewed:
P. A. Wiggins $ 1.50
Miss Mnry Payne 1.60
Julius Nelson 6.35
A. A. Burton 7.00
J. P. A'ontoh C1.50
D. A. White & Son 17.05
N J. Judah 3.00
A USE FOR EVERYTHINQ
Nething: Yet Ever Created
Without a Purpose
A THEORY DIFFICULT TO BE BE
LIEVED IN SOME INSTANCES.
Many Think Nature Might Havo Been
Improved Upon In Many Ways.
Broyraan's Installed Fonntaiu.
The report of the street committeo 1.4
slightly misleading in one portiesls.-,
as it leaves the inferenee to be drawn
that the city defrayed the oxpeuses tf
installing the fountain, whieh is an er
tor. The liroymans installed the foun
tain complete, and it cost them about
$800 for the eetHeut work alone. Besides
the water connections and eleetrie wir
ing, there' wns the oxpoHse of setting it
up and providing drainage from the
fequtnia, which wns all borne by the
Uroymans. The eity heurred the total
expeuw c f street wturoveiueate, sueh as
turnout walks, enrbs, gutters, eateh
basin and grading approaches. This
ws an expenditure that the' city alone
could prepecly bear and look after,
and It sfceukl be said for the llreytua&s
that thoy generously bore all the ex
pense tu.t c -Id properly attach tu
the invtiJIatiou of their beauti
ful gift to the city.
Wo all wonder why cortnin things
were evor made, why certain nnimnls
or insects wero allowed to live. And
yet there is no doubt that everything
was intended for some purpose, nnd
s civilization ndvnnccs, such pur
poses aro discoVored.
Cod liver oil is something that
everybody knows to havo been a wise
provision of Providence, to bo used in
all wasting diseases. Why Nature
should have appended to this valuable
remedy its horrible odor and most tor-
riblo tasto is also something that manv
have wondered at. But that was Na
ture's wav. She gave to man the
dude materials, and has left to his in
telligence to overcome many of its ob
This is exactly what lias happened
in regard to cod liver oil. Everybody
knows its value. Everybody knows
how necessary it is for physicians to
prescribo it in many instnnces. Every
body also knows that it is ono of the
most terrible medicines to tnko thnt
can be imngined. There" is no longer
need of taking it; thnt is, in the form
in which we have been nccustomed to
Mr. Geo. W. Putnnm, of this city,
has associated himself with a Boston
honso which is producing a prepara
tion known ns Vinol. This is not n
patent medicine. Any one may see, on
the label of each bottle, or Mr. Putnam
will tell any one who calls on him, ex
actly what Vinol contains. As he ex
plained yesterday: "Wo have simply
found out how to extract the active
medicinal principlos from the cod's
liver that has made cod liver oil valu
able. This wo may obtain in the form
of a concentrated extract. Tho grease,
with all its vile odor, is left behind.
That, too, hns its purpose. It is valu
able for dressing leather, but as for
its boing in nny way good for man ns
a medicine, it is absolutely worthless.
"Now wo take tho medicine that
we havo obtained, or tho concentrated
medicinal properties of tho cod's liver,
and place just tho right quantity of
this extract in a delicious, mild tnble
wine, and there you hnve tho whole
story. Anybody can learn in a minute
that Vinol is tasteless. Any ono who
is compelled to tnko cod liver oil enn
find out in a few days how much more
benefit can bo derived from Vinol than
could ever havo been obtained from
cod liver oil in its crude form."
Mr. Putnam's enthusiasm in regard
t"5 Vinol is indeed well founded. Tho
preparation which ho is handling will
bo in n short time ono of tho best
known in tho world.
STOCK flff Quasar
We now have a full stock of Hy
acinths, Tulips, Crocus, Narcissus,
Snow Drops, Jonquils and a nico as
sortment of Chinese Sacred Lilies.
Would bo pleased to have tho public
call and inspect our stock at
Savage & Fletcher
322-324 Commercial St.
Three Trains to the Ea. n...
Through Pullman stanowa L
tourist sleeping cars dnli. 7
Chicago, Spokane; tourist rteS
Cars dallv tn Knnaaa mi.. .. "
. -0 .uy; Uroiii
Pullman tourist BleeDm ,
Bonally conducted) wmi .
go; reclining chair cars (seats
tn thft TTni: .Toll,. "I
" ttUUKS w 7a
POBTLAHD TO CHICACO I
No CbBM of r ug ' V
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
October 22, 1901. Pursuant to tho pro
visions contained in an Act of Congress
approved April 2S, 1904, sealed pro
posals will be received at tho offico of
I the Secretary of tho Interior, Washing
ton, p. C, until 2 o'clock p. m.. Decem
ber 15, 1904, from responsible asylums
or sanitariums west of the main range
of tho Rocky Mountains, for tho care
and custody of persons legnlly ad
judged insane in tho district of
Alaska, for tho term of ono or
more years, ns may be deemed
advisablo by tho Secrotary of tho In
terior. Proposals should contntn a
statement showing the location of the
institution nnd number of patients
cared for at tho present time, tho num
ber of additional patients that can be
accommodated nfter January 16, 1905,
and detailed information as to the
scopo nnd facilities of the institution, I
in ordor thnt tho Seorotary of the Interi
or may arrive nt an intelligent conclu
sion in tho matter. Each bid must be
accompanied by a cortifiod check pay
ablo to tho Secrotary of the Interior
for the sum of $500 as a guarantee that
tho bidder will, if successful, promptly
axeouto a satisfactory contract and fur
nish a bond in tho sum of $5000 for the
faithful performance of tho contract.
Thought is reserved to reject nny and
all bids nnd waive technical defects.
Tho existing contrast for tho care of
sueh insane will expire January 10,
1905. Further information will be sup
plied on applieation to tho Depart
ment. Proposals should be addressed
to the Secretary of tho Interior, and
bo marked "Proposals for the care of
Alaskan insane." Bidders are invited
to be present at the opening. K. A.
HITCHCOCK, Secretary. 10-31-5t
WOOD FOR STATE INSTITUTIONS.
Sealed bids will bo received at the
Executive Office, Stato Capitol, Salem,
until 2 o'clock p. m., November 10,
1904, for furnishing wood for the sev
eral stntc institutions located at or
near Salcrn, as follews:
Insane Asylum, main building, 4500
cords first growth fir. r
Insano Asylum, Cottage Farm, 1500
cords first growth fir.
Penitentiary, 700 cords first growth
fir; 700 cords second growth; 100 cords
Reform School, 475 cords first growth
fir; 450 cords second growth.
Deaf Muto School, 350 cords first
growth fir; 75 cords split ash or oak.
Blind School, SO cords first growth
fir; 10 cords oak.
Capitol Building, 400 cords first
growth fir; 20 cords oak.
Bids on second growth fir wood for
nil or nny part of the above will also
Bids will be received for all or any
part. Cordwood must be cut while
green, from sound timber, four feet
long, reasonably straight, well sea
soned, delivered as designated, at or
near tho soveral institutions, closely
corded without bulkheads. Delivery
may .begin May 1st, nnd must be com
pleted by October 1, 1903.
E.ach bid must bo accompanied by a
certified check, payablo to tho Clerk,
or cash equal to 25 cents per cord, to be
forfeited to the state as damages, in
case tho bidder receiving tho award
shall fail to executo a contract to do-
liver tho wood and furnish satisfactory
bond. Successful bidders will bo re
quired within ten days after notifica
tion of acceptance of bid to enter into
a contract and furnish n satisfactory
bond. Bidders should be careful to
state in their bids the name of tho in
stitution nnd tho kind and number of
cords of wood to bo furnished. Bids
must bo in scaled envelopes, endorse
"Proposal for Wood," and addressed
to the undorsigned. Any further infor
mation may bo had of the undersigned.
Tho right is reserved to reject nny
dr all bids or any part of a bid, and
to waive defects in any bids, if it be
deemed to the interest of the state to
By ordcrnf tho Board of Truslre
of tho several institutions.
W. N. GATENS,
Secrotary to Governor.
Oct. 26-28-31 Nov. 2-4-S.
9 15 a. m
8:15 n. m,
6 If t . m,
Proa Portland, Or,
" ie. Dtnter, ,
"...u, vuiiuia, nuixti
City, fit. Loan, osicmo
e&ll LII6. IKniT., r.
Worth, Omnhi, Ensj
wyv "" utIca
Walla Wall, LewwoiT
miia, Mlnnenpolli Ht.
fuiuajtu, aau juui.
Ocean and River Schedult
For San Francisco Every five hn
at 8 p. m.. For Astoria, way poltj
ana worta Beach Daily (except So
day) at 8 p. m.; Saturday at 10 p.
Dally service (water permitting) a
Willamette and Yamhill rivers.
For fuller Information ask or Trr!i
rour nearest ticket agent, or
A. L. CRAIG,
Ceneral Passenger Awtt
The Oregon Railroad & Narlpttol
Co., Portland, Oregon.
DR. GUNN'S onion
CURES C0UCH8, COLDS,
HOARSENESS 1CDOUP '
Best Imm4 torCMIdrca. PtuuM to bit tat at
4M8efUaioHrMt.TIoU ftrtjiml Ho Cira
SU tr all UMStehta Stem la Urw tttttlts & K0 e?
MU M in trill 34i fat tamut fattl nl
Wo are fitting quito a number of
Now for winter riding.- Let us put
a pair on your wheel.
TIME CARD NO. 26.
No. 2 for Yaqulna
Leaves Albany 12:45 PI
Leaves Corvallls 1:45 PH
Arlves Yaqulna 6:40 PJL
No. 1. Returning
Leaves Yaqulna 7:15 AJl
Leaves Corvallls 11:J0AK
Arrives Albany 12:15 PJL
No. 3 for Detroit-
Leave Albany 1:00 PX
Arrives Detroit MO PJL I
No. 4 from Detroit
Leavo Detroit 8:10 iH J
Arrives Albany 11:15111
Train No. 1 arrives In Albany li
time to connect with the S. P. cottl
bound train, as well as giving tot
three hours In Albany before 4ert
ure of S. P. north bound train.
Train No. 2 connects with tt8.P
trains at Corvallls and Albany tftif
direct service to Newport and i4
Train No. 3 for Detroit, BreltttW
and other mountain resorts IcareiJi
bany at 1:00 p. m., reaching DefaJ
about 0:00 p. m.
For further- Information apply to
EDWIN STONE, Manajer
T. COCKRELL, Agent, Albany.
H. H. CRONISE, Agent. Corraim
Land For Sale.
120 ncres or more of the best kef'
grain land. All under cultivation, mS
loam, can bo worked at any seasoi"
level and in one block, 3tf milei t
Salem, on eood road. Balance 01 W
-, 7 0
has plenty of wood for 10 years. ."
apply direct to Journal office.
Salem Gun Store.
Pad H. Hawser, Prop.
Notice to the Public.
All persons aro warned not to pay
any money duo to mo in matters grow
ing out of tho McNary estate to E. M.
Crolsan, or anyone else, without my
authority, nor to allow them to. eon
tract any debts la my name nor for
anyone to pay them any money for me
or on my account A. A. M'NABY.
my & Mild pills.
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fmn KttWK T3 faii. r'- f;2l2
fteiVn Oaz-v "rtw Hui-T K rjJLi
h.lrfiei rtrrw. UMnU
t?t Hum 4 ! 'ritn u
Sold In Salem by S. C. Stone
O. C. T. CO.8 PA83ENQEH
and Altona leave ht
Portland daily except Soiv
day at 7 a, m,
Deck: Foot el Tr r"
M. P. iALUJiini-
Fine New L
Of men's shoe. &omo '"" Jr
and redtapped shoes, and S9 j
dies and children. Lowest prt .
and see them, and I ll treaty
99 State St.
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