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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1905)
0EE001T, wmremAT. FEBBPABT 8, It
BAXX.T OAXIXJLls JOTJSKAI 8AIJSK.
RECORDER AND MARSHAL
GET $1,000 SALARY
Akterman Bayne Says Committee Plays
With Saloon Bill
The thy eofntJI mitt in regular Bf
flien last night with all attlermeii ia at
Ceadanee bat Dawning.
Thj mlntt of the previous meeting
Aldcrmban.UayBe wke4 for a report
from tho tfommjUeo eg ertllaawM fer
a report on h ealoen Mil, and when
Alderman Acheron atked for further
tinio ia which to report, Alderman Fra
ier atnted that it looked like child 'a
jdy for tho committee to dofcr this
bill and Alderman IJayne then took the
Initiative and stated that they wero
playing with the bill. N'o action waa
taken ia the matter, aad the saloon bill
waa again sidctraaked, and laid upn
the ahelf until the next meeting.
. The oommlttco on ordinances report
ed the bill for regulating the salaries
of the eity official and tho bill for
placing the city monuments favorably,
and the bill for rcgulatiug tho slaugh
ter house district unfavorably. Iteport
adopted. The only change made in sal
aries from tho original budget was re
corder awl mamhal $1000 each, instead .wick,
of Market street from the southwest
Cgnjcr of the block of the North
schooi, running west 1 blocks, was
Application for saloon license of J.
8. Cooper and Swartz were reported oa
favorably, awl lieenso ordered granted.
The amillee on fire and water were
isstraeted to get estimates os taw rest
of S800 feet of fire heee.
The following basemen were eieatad
to the department: Wsi. I was. J. L,
George U- Ilattou 1L &. Natter, I'.
KtirU, X. IL ItM)y and K. Soath-
Q. N. Churchill wm elected rtok-
ef $1804, and street eemralMioner raised er.
00- I An appropriation of $19 was awde
The ceroraittce en streeta reported fa-' oat of the park fssd rW UHag, to be
vorably on be eoaatractien of a side- put ia Wllse uveas.
w,K on the west side of 21st streets, ; j tm4 & r t for
n , "0.?.h,Me,f ,0t 8' Week 13' theeemmitteeeaway.aadmeaM.Fee,
Central addition. Bepert adopted, and ii.j ,, ,kt. -su. ,. ... k .k.
walks ordered. i,., .J..ti . mimag ii
Tti lAmmlli.. ...... t ' V ' '
. -"-- - "J - are the items: Pises, 43; fees, H;
routed favorably oa bill, agalast the ,oea, j $liw .
eity and warrants were ordered 3rawn m. lU ass99Ments? W5.5r,
v. l, BVIVfBi UlttVNUfcB. j
t on lights.
ir . c.r Aldermen Gesnor
aad Crolsan were appointed o commit
tee to investigate the ndrisabUity of
floating bonds in the sum of 20,000,
fdr the construction of a permanent
bridge across South Mill creek, on Com
mercial street If this is deemed ad-T-whi
hr the committee thoy were
iaetrueted to eeetire an amondmentof
the charter daring tho present session
at the leeiiatnre, to enable thorn to
fieat these beads.
The street eommfesioaer was instruct
ed to tile the opea ditek at the corner
of Mfesfea aad Liberty streets, and to
fill the ditefc.
Bills for ordinances creating the of
m of citr attorney, at a salary of
$900, aad to estaWka a gracie on w
oad street were real the first and sec
oad times aad referred to tno oruinauce
Jtot Uadjoruw -
Clveo tho Toetho Pearly Lustre
an effort is being made to secure recog
nition of tho Salem Military Band.
A committee of the Commercial Club,
, w Wntrrs. John It.
composed or ju1 " ' . .
McNury and K. Hofor, accompanied
Prof. McElroy to i-oruami iv -
j present his rlaims.
aad Biiseelhiaeees receipte, $tS1.41.
The eeeaatlttee ee fire aad water re-
A motion for an offleial survey of
Xorth Salem, for the lnaniinn nt hn'
lines of he lots in that community pertHl f8WaW.v B thc Pt cf
waa referred to tho committee on f J" MathM to eiMt H smU corrB-
lrv(iL .K"161 ,r"H oeiHuag o Loamerciat
' ..-. .. . ...
The street commissioner was instruct-, ""- ,i'pon a,M
od to build walks in front of lot 8,' R'r'-l petitions for sidewalks were
block 13, in Highland addition, and lot f"Ted to the committee oa street.
12, block 1, Central nddition. Applications for the plaeiag of 'rt
A motion Jor a walk on tho south side lights were all referred to the romnuf-
Suro Cure for files.
Itching piles produce moisture and
cause Itching, this form, as well as
Bling. Bleeding or Protruding Piles
r rtirl bv Dr. Bo-sAn-ko'o Pile
Remedy Stops Itching aad Dieexung.
Absorbs tumors. 60c a Jar at drug
gist, or sent by mail Treaties free.
Write me about your case. Dr. Bo-
sanko, Falla., Pa,
Fore sale by Dr. S. C Stone, druggist
It seems strange that the fair man
agers should not be willing to employ
at loast one Oregon band Of course, it
is claimed that tho Italian and Gorman
bands are Portland organizations.
But an all-Oregon band, composed of
American boys, and nn American lead
er, will be appreciated by Oregon ppo-
nle. and their music uetter rcusutu
thnn nny other.
Is Not OveJ
After Band Business.
The Portland fail authorities, having
hired onlv Italian and German bands,
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A Liquid Food
Tic United States Government Ojnsictets Beef a Nutritious
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Owing to HOPS being one of the cliief ingredients of beer, physicians pre
sctibe beer as a sedative, tending to sooth, to allay irritability and ease pain
The best of NERVE TONICS.
The MALT EXTRACT in beer furnishes the nutritious elements. It
builds up the human system, furnishing new tissues in place of those wasted.
The small amount of ALCOHOL in beer is just enough to furnish a prop
er stimulus, so necessary to restore the worn out energy. In the true sense of the
word beer should not be termed "An Intoxicant." The proportion of alcohol
in beer is hardly 3 J -2 percent.
Its USEFULNESS as a TEMPERANCE drink is being recognised the
worxo over. rec anms rarely, it ever, care to imbibe the more ardent liquors.
The drinking of beer weans men from the stronger liquor habit, and con
sequently conduces to temperance and sobriety. Germany the greatest beer
drinking nation, wses comparttively little strong liquor.
SALEM BEER is absolutely pure, cleanliness being the WATCHWORD
The highest grades of malt and hops are used in brewing. As a refresh
and invigorating beverage it cannot be excelled. It is the equal of any eastern
beer, now on the market.
Every bottle of Salem beer is Pasteurised after it has been sealed.
Salem beer fills all the requirements of high class temperence beverage
TRY SALEM EXPORT BOTTLED BEER AS A'HOUSEHOI n
BEVERAGE AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED UQLD
THE KEY TO THE SECRET
of good bread making lies in a bag
I of flour from the Salem Mills. It
is made by tho most perfect process,
from the choicest wheat, and makes
the whitest and most delicious
bread that makes it in reality "tho
staff of life," by its healthful and
We will probably ' &a J
some cold weather yet aJ
yotf will need a neatiij
stove. We have cat pr ic
oa every heating stove j
thehoase. Call and
Salem Flotstkkg Mills
It's hard to Convince
The rolations oxisting betweJpli
this bank and its customers i
close and cordial. Wo esteem it
complimont to have people lav cliiln
to tho institution as being THEDfcn
bank. Is it also yours t We mijlck
an earnest effort to accommodate 3Lj
cuiiers. unr aim is to make this
every respect tho Peoples' Bank;
bank whero all may feel at home;
place whero those of modew
means may expect tho same trea
ment as those more favorably sit
Salem State Banfe
s-tjc irt.lc tint cheapness without
qualuy d n.it pav. A good articlo
at a low price is the true uieaniuc of
a larg.uu. The following nro trust
worthy quality and the prices nre a
little bit lower than the avorage value.
Harritt & Lawrence
O. C. T. CO.'S PASSENGER
An.i Altoaa leave for Portland
daily, eieept Sunday, at 10 a.
For A1U.M. .ally, eicept
Soaoay, at ' ..i , ,., For
m" .. III. IS I.iv
aad Saturday Ml ,. , .
M. P. EALnwir.' a..
a Latest designs in stock)
and good work guaran
teed. We have the sma
store and small prices
299 Liberty St.
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IjiNlTcn m eoicac CO.. box 74. UnoTcafJ
Sold In Salem by S. C. Stone. I
Phone Main 2I3J
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Salem Brewery Association
made from our fino old Scotch whis
ky is invigorating nnd bracinir i
'old weather. Our fino stock of whij ;
iues aro pure and tho finest distilla
;Iou, and is a treat to the epicure or
"jo conaisseur to test the velvet
smoothuosa and fine flavor of it
258 Commercial Street
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""uuoery, etc All modern con-
choice buy, f0P homes or Investments.
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