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Washington, Dec. 3. Enactment of
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necessary appropriation measures, cou
pled with probablo ship subsidy legis
lation in a modified form and tho con
sideration of Isthmian canal legisla
tion, comprises the present program of
tho closing session of tho Fifty-eighth
congress,- which will open at noon on
Monday. Unless all signs fail compar
atively littlo attempt will bo mado to
accomplish anything else of importance
unless it bo tho passage of tho bill of
Mr. Hill, of Connecticut, to improvo
currency conditions, or tho bill of Mr.
Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma and Indian
territories as two states,
Bill for tho protection of tho presi
Undoubtedly tho friends of these
measures will press thorn forward for
consideration as opportunity offers, nnd
some of them will probably bo made
into law. Evidently thoro is much pop
ular interest in tho purp food bill. The
houso passed it last session, and it
recoived somo consideration in tho sen
ate, but in tho rush of tho last few
weeks it was sidotracked.
Tho so-called labor bills tho nnti-
Fowler, of New Jersey, permitting na-1 injunction bill and tho eight-hour bill
tional banking associations to make did not get out of committco in tho
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The Hand That Rooks
The Cradle Rules
MOTHER'S love 6tarts a
man or woman on the right
path. The right remedy
at the right time fits a
mother for the ordeal.
Motherhood is often looked
forward to with feelincs of
great dread by most women. At such
time when she ia nervous, dys
peptic, irritable and in need of a uterine
tonic something which will calm the
scrvons system through the special or
, fn, and a utrength builder, she will find
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription juu
wkt is needed, Here is a medicine that
kaa ttood the teat of a third of a century
with approval, in that time it baa sold
wore largely than any other remedy put
up specially for woman's weaknesses.
It is guaranteed by the proprietors not
to contain a particle of alcohol which
could only do harm to sensitive system.
WHY WOMKN SHOULD CONFIDE
IN A MAN.
It ia much easier for a woman to con
fide in Die average man than in the
average woman, hue knows tuat the
man will respect her confidences and
keep them to himself. He ia strong, has
more experience of the world and can.
help the woman who needs advice.
Without a perfect medical understanding
there can be no helpful advise, women
should not trust their delicate constitu
tions in the hands of unskilled persons.
It requires a thorough medical education
to appreciate and understand the wom
anly organism. When n woman has ills
ana pains that she cauuot bear when
life seems dark for everv woman, she
should confide her troubles to a phy
sician of standing in the community, or
one who has a national reputation. Cer
tainly it would not be the part of wisdom
to confide in on ignorant person without
medical education simply because she
tru a woman. There is every reason why
she should write to some great specialist,
one who hs made the diseases of women
a specialty for a 'third of a century. Hie
Dr. R. V. Pierce, founder of the Inva
lids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
Buffalo, N. Y All correspondence is
held sacredly confidential, and He gives
his advice free nnd without charge.
SINGT.K AND MARRIED WOMRlf
Very often find that it is repugnant to
iiieir leeungs to consult tuctr family
physician. In such a case they can put
perfect confidence In Dr. Pierce, who
has made such a success in the treat
ment of women's diseases, fbr he
will give the very best advice possible
oud without cost. To grow beautiful,
heslthy and happy should be the desire
of every woman. It is then possible
to hold a husband nnd to make home
happy and bring contentment to it. Ia
most cases Dr. R. V. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription will fit the needs "and put
the body in healthy condition.
So sure of it is the World's Dispensary
Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, that they offer
A $50O RltWAKD
For women who cannot be cured of Leu
corrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus,
or Falling of Womb. All they ask is a
f.iir and reasonable trial of their means
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription re
stores weak aud sick women to sound
health, by curiuc the local womanly dis.
eases which are generally responsible for
the failure of the general health. A
woman's entire being ia centered in her
womanly nature. When the delicate
womanly organism is attacked by dis
ease ; when there is irregularity or a dis
agreeable drain; when inflammation
burns and ulcers gnaw, the general
health will reflect the progress of dis
ease, in increasing weakness, nervous
ness, oacxacue, neaaacue, loss of appe
tite and sleeplessness.
Read all alwut yourself, your system,
the physiology of life, anatomy, hygieue,
simple home cures, etc., in The Common
Sense Medical Adviser, a book of 1000
pages. For cloth-bound copy send 31
cents In one-cent stamps, or for paper
covered 31 stamos. Address Dr. n V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
loans upon real estate
As to brand new legislation, but lit
tlo is expected during tho short session.
I Congress will bo kept pretty busy get
'ting through its appropriations nnd at
tending to routine mntters. It seems
to bo understood that thoro will bo a
river and harbor bill and an omnibus
public building bill introduced at this
session. Never before was thoro a
greater demand on tho treasury for
monoy for river and harbor improve
ments and for new public buildings, and
it appears cettain that unless Speaker
Cannon and Chairman Hcmmcnway of
tho houso committee on appropriations
stubbornly resist tho plans membors
will mako to "got in on" tho appro
priations tho two bills will carry onor
Tho unfinished business of congress
is represented by several thousand bills,
somo of which havo been considered
by committees and reported favorably,
somo passed by tho houso and held up
by tho senato, and others (tho great
majority) unconsidered in committee.
Tho unfinished business in which the
country has manifested greatest inter
est may bo summarized as follews:
Bill to confer additional powers on
tho interstate commorco commission.
Tho puro food bill.
Tho Hepburn-Dollivcr bill to regulate
tho interstato transportation of intoxi
Tho bill for tho reform of the con
Legislation for tho further restric
tion of immigration.
Tho anti-injunction bill.
Tho eight-hour bill.
Senator Fairbanks' bill providing for
n throo-dopartment government building
Tho statohood bill providing for the
admission of tho territories of Now
houso last session. Hearings that last
ed for weeks wero held, but neither tho
judiciary committee, t which has tho
anti-injunction bill, nor tho committee
on labor, which has the eight-hour bill,
reached a voto on tho question of reporting.
Among the so-called side issues there
nro several that promise to attract
much public nttcntion. Tho Crum ap
pointment will probably bo removed
from tho field of serious controversy
by tho changed attitudo of Senator
Tillman, who announces that ho will no
longer stand in tho way of Crum's con
firmction. Much interest will, of course, center
in the Reed Smoot case. Tho caso has
already dragged through a full year,
and tho senato committco on privileges
and elections stem anxious to get it off
their hands. Undoubtedly they will de
cido to closo it up in short order unless
it is deemed expedient to send n sub
committee to Utah to tako testimony.
Monday, tho opening day of tho ses
si n, will bo devoted to tho reading of
tho president's" message, which is ex
pected to bo ono of tho most important
state papers in recent years.
Women as Weil as Men Are Male
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
vigor mm uueeriui
ncss soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or dis
eased. Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom-
? mon for n child to be
born afflicted with
weak kidneys. .If the
child uri jiates tooof ten, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting,
dependupon it, thecause of thediffi
culty is kidney trouble, nnd the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to n diseased condition pf
the kidneys aud bladder nnd not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men arc made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
5 wnmn-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in lilty
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
have n sample bottle
by mail free, also a Home or Bwusp-iuwt.
pamphlet telling nil about Swamp-Root,
including many of the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghnmton, N. Y be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghnmton, N. Y., on every
Threo Train, to the East Daliv
Through Pullmaa standard &,
tourist Bleeping cora dolly to Onuua?
Chicago, Spokano; tourist sleS
cam dally to Kansao City; thrtmA
Pullman tourist sleeping care (p
Bonally conducted) weekly to Chic,
go; reclining chair cars (seats f
to tho East dally. '
70 x, HOURS rfK
915 a. ra
o'clock a. m.
tho city election on .Monday.
remnin open from
until 4 o'clock p. m.,
Tom Cornelius, for marshal, has re
sided in Salem for nearly seven years,
nnd is a taxpayer.
6 if r. m.
From Portland, Ox.
Bait Like. Dnnvnr. v.
Worth, Omaha, Kansat
SLi0' Denver Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
Walla Walla. twiTT"
8pokAne. Wallace. Puiji
man, MInnoapoUj bl
PauL Dnlnth iiov.
Ohlcago, ana fitet.
Ocean and River Schedule.
For Han Francisco Every ne dayi
at 8 p. m.. For Astoria, way pohitj
and North Beach Daily (except Sua
day) at 8 p. m.; Saturday at 10 p. m.
Dally service (water permitting) on
Willamette and Yamhill rivers.
The polls remain open from
o'ciock a. in. until 4 o'clock p,
tho city election on Monday.
"I havo suffered with headnche for
10 years until I was recommended to
try Paragon Headache Cure, and found
that it did its work Instantly, and I
am now better than I have been for
MRS FLORA CUMMINS,
Tho polls remain open from 10
o'clock n. m. until 4 o'clock . m., at
tho city election on Monday.
Tom Cornelius, for marshal, has re
sided in Salem for nearly seven years,
and is a taxpayer.
REV. JASON LEE
Jar TfflSBim) jjfll,
Seventy years after his first visit
to Oregon, ns tho first missionary to
preach tho gospel in her borders, tho
ashes' of Rev. Jason Lee, nro brought
back to this stato to reposo besido his
wifo nnd infant son in Lee Mission
cemetery in this city, ns announced in
the Journal several days ago.
Recall tho condition in Oregon ter
ritory in 1834 if yon would fully un
derstand tho heroism that wns neccs
sary to tho early missionary. From
8t. Louis to Fort Vancouver wns not
n whito settlement, excopt an occa
sional camp of Hudson bay trappers.
Ho.tjlo tribes of Indians swurmed tho
entiro country, and the only food to be
had wm that- wou from nature's wild
stnto by gun nnd trap.
Tho Methodists of Now England
sent four intrenld missionaries to Ore
gon in 1834 Juson Lee, Daniel Leo,
The Best Is Always
The Kind to By
R. M. WADE & CO.
becomo strong nnd flourishing by 1838,
and in that year Jason Leo wns sent
enst on horseback from Vancouver to
St. Louis and by boat and stago from
St. Louis to New England, to bring im.:
migrants nnd awaken tho cast to the
needs of tho young empiro of tho west.
Before leaving for tho cast ho was
married to Mario Pitman, who enme
to Oregon by wny of Capo Horn to
becomo n teacher. When on tho plains,
1000 miles distunt from his frontier
homo, word reached Leo that his wifo
nnd infant son had diod.
Heartbroken, tho missionary pressed
fonwnrd, reached New England, nroused
tho church to tho needs of Oregon, nnd
fn 1840 led tho first party to tho Wil
lnmotto valley. The old mission wns
moved to whero Salem now stands, nnd
out of it grew Oregou's capital city.
Leo went cast nftor his first colony
Beclnnlrtr Wednesday, Nov. 30th
St. Joseph's Hall
Fine Masfc and Entertain
ment. Watch this space
For fuller information ask or writs
your nearest ticket agent, or
A. L. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Co., Portland. Oregon.
I Huie Wing Sang Co. I
Cyrus Shepherd nnd T. L. Edwnrds.Jwns firmly established, died and was
who traversed tho continent with lmriwl nt his olit bnm n ni,.n.u.,i
Captain Wyeth, nnd camo to Fort Canada.
Vancouver, whgro tljoy fonnd Dr. John
Mclaughlin in ehnrgo of a wild host
of trappers, hunters, voyagours and
These four missionaries had henrd
in Now England that tho "r'lnthead In
dians wero calling for the "book of
His was tho first Anglo-Saxon wed
ding, and tho burial of tho wifo and
child tho first Anglo-Saxon burial to
tako placo in Oregon territory,
In tho pld Leo Mission cemetery at
Salem you may read today on n time
worn gravestono tho following tonehlnt.
heavon," or tho whito man's Bible, epitaph, which is sacred to Oregon fnr
Dr. MeLoughlin said to Jason Loo:, tho sad and tragic story it contains-
New line f Ckiaa and Japan Fancy Goods,
I UaatslkefcJMtis, Chlaawart, Orauneftts and all fcfacfe
f Gnats' aad Ladkft Furnishing Goods, Underwear,
m Wrappers, Sfcirts, Waists. Foil line of JboHday goods. I
J Now on sale at cost. 1 00 Cotfrt St., Salem, Ore.
"Bless mol Bless mo! You aro not
golug to settle among tho Flatheadsl
No, no, that is too far nwny in Mon
tana; wo need you here in Willamette
So Jason Lee built the first mission
ary templo over erected in Oregon, 12
miles below Salem,, on tho Willamette
river, nnd began teaching tho white
man's religion to wondering Indians
nnd mixed breed Canadian children.
In 1830, two years' followlug, Whit
man nnd Spalding toilod across the
Itocky mountains with their brides and
settled on the. Walla Walla. Thus the
first drops of civilization filtered
through the meshes of savagery and in
spots the wilderness was reclaimed.
BENEATH TniS SOD,
THE FIRST EVER BROKEN IN ORE
GON FOR TnE
RECEPTION OF A WHITE MOTHER
LIE THE ItEMAINS OF
ANNA MARIA PITMAN,
WIFE OF REV. JASON LEE,
AND HER INFANT SON.
Tho return of Leo's remains to Ore
gon, the land ho helped to save to the
United States, is n fitting close for the
chapter of history comprised in his self
sacrificing and heroic life.
Should not Oregonlana have a greater
reverence for their state, a higher re
spect for the purity and sanctity of her
institutions, in the presence of this
The young mission near Salem had I man's mouldering ashes t
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notico is hereby given to tho electors
in, and of, tho City of Salem, Oregon,
that an election will bo held in said
city, on Monday, tho 5th day of De
cember, 1004, and that tho polls there
for will be open from tho hour of 10
o'clock n. m. until the hour of 4 o'clock
p. m. of said day, for tho purpose of
voting for the following city officers,
for tho terms specified belew:
For ono Mayor, for tho term of two
years, to succeed F. W. Waters.
For ono Recorder, for the term of two
years, to succeed N. J. Judah.
For ono Mnrshnl, for tho term of
two years, to succeed D. W. Gibson.
For one Treasurer, for tho terra of
two years, to. succeed John Moir.
For ono Alderman, for the term of
two yoars, from tho First Ward of said
city, to succeed E. P. Walker.
For ono Alderman, for the term of
two years, from tho Second Ward of
said city, to succeed Russell Cntlin.
For ono Alderman, for tho term of
two years, from the Third Word of
said city, to succeed Thomns Sims.
For one Alderman, for the term of
two years, from the Fourth Ward of
said city, to succeed W. C. Hubbard.
For ono Alderman, for the term of
two years, from the rm, w
said city, to succeed J. W. Young.
For one , Alderman, for tho term of
two years, from the Sixth Wnrd of
said city, to succeed Frank Smith.
For ono Aldermnn, for tho terra of
two years, from the Seventh Ward of
said city, to succeed Lee W, Acheson.
Tho polling places for said election
shall bo as follews:
First Wnrd At E. P. Walker's barn,
Union street, between High and Church
Second Ward At tho Police Conrtl
room m tfce City Hall.
mru wura At Himnson's livnrv
"..c, iBU street, Between Court and
Fourth Ward At Lowe's livery sta
ble, corner High and Ferry streets.
Fifth Ward-At Fennell's wagon
8hop, on Liberty street, North Salem.
Sixth Ward At the street r .,
Twenty-first and State streets. '
seventh Ward-At Jory's fruit drl
or, Bosch street, near Commercial.
Done oy order of the eommnn -
Witness my hand and seal f office this
22d day of November, 1904.
N. J. JUDAS,
UN-order, Salem, Or.
TIMf; CAFtD NO. 26.
No. 2 for Yaqulna
Leaves Albany 12.45 P.M.
Leaves Corvallls 1:45 P.M.
Arlves Yaqulna 5:10 P.M.
No. 1. Returning
Leaves Yaqulna 7:11! AM.
Leaves Corvallls 11:30 AM.
Arrives Albany 12:15 P.M.
No. 3 for Detroit
Leave Albany 1:00 P.M.
Arrives Detroit 6:00 P.M
No. 4 from Detroit
Loava Detroit 6:30 All
Arrivos Albany 11:15 AM
Train No. I arrives in Albany lo
time to connect with tho 8. P. south
bound train, aa well as giving two or
three hours in Albany before depart
ure of S. P. north bound train.
Train No. 2 connects with the S. P
trains at Corvallls and Albany giving
direct sorvico to Newport and adja
Train No. 3 for Detroit, Breitenbasfa
and other mountain resorts leaves Al
bany at 1:00 p. m., reaching Detroit
about 6:00 p. m.
For further information apply to
EDWIN STONE, Manager.
T. COCKRELL, Agent, Albany.
H. H. CItONISEv Agent. CorvalllJ.
Wo .now have a full stock of Hy
acinths, Tulips, Crocus, Narcissus,
Snow Drops, Jonquils and a nice as
sortment of Chinese Sacred Lilies.
Would be pleased to have the publie
call and inspect our stock at
Savage & Fletcher
322-324 Commercial St.
a C, T. CO.'S PASSENGER
and Altona leave for
Portland daily except Surv
day at 10 a. m.
For Oorvallls Daily, except Sun'
day, at abont 0 p. nt.
Dock. Foot Trwto
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