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DAILY QAPITAI, JOURNAL, BAXEM, OBEQQN, TUESDAY AuaUsT ,,
'g,S. Wallace Explains
ia PlitailnnltvW wnn flm
ol Ho eormoii of Hoy. H. S.
. .. ...Mtnt nf (ho Cn.nnnrnilvn
Hcr Pco I
tho constitution. If a mombor breaks
tho moral law, or becomes unfit for
membership in tho fodoration, ho can
bo oxpollod, but ho shall rccoivo back
whatovor bo hno naid on Ma i,ai
Arty intorforonco with any spoclal ro
liglous tonota or affiliation of any mom
bora Is oxprossly forbiddon."
Rov. II. 8. Waliaco, tho originator of
tho fodoration, ia an Oregon man, and
1ms brought tho plan to its present
standing. Aftor full consideration
with eastern uplioldors nnd friends of
tho ontorpriso, it was decidod to issuo
$50,000,000 In bonds, tho bonds to
carry 5 por cont interest fixed nnd, nn-
othor C nor cont conditional Internal-
How Issuo Will Bo Mado.
Thin tltaiin tt-lll lui nnJn 1,.. 11.. mill-
u. Federation, rocontly. organ- - . .. ""' k"u t"
Ublut evening at tho Con- v - "-W
prepared by tho Orogon counsol of the
church. Mr. Waliaco on-
ei fo show tho brotherhood of
)Jid tho fathorhood of God,
talioas from tho Scrlpturo,
Biiury w an account given at mo
Jill address of the purposos
i Ooporativo Federation in soino
matter, which was distrubutcd
tancrmtlon. Mr. Waliaco is
pthiiastlc for this groat ontor;
vllea bus boon capitalized for
),000, and which Js now botng
cs a mhitnntlal basis..
Fnrposa of Organization.
t Ii for tho purpose of purchasing
ul nainfy undovolopod proper
14 M, "on which ontorprlsos
vim kinds can bo established'; to
for inch proportlos by tho pro
of a bond issuo of a now kind,
g cortaia safeguards which
protect tho bondholder absoluto-
a loss of principal, securo him
tereit for tho first flvo yoars nnd
a so risk of loss of future
considering that tho revenues
euniffgs of all proportlos are
to pay it, with tho increased
fire years' dovolopmonl to
it. To manngo all proportlos
for or by tho fodoration by
i, vvu.rvbVlti nVll'AUUnU JMUU,
lilted in a trust for that purposo;
all the properties of that trust
xh a way that no intorforonco
tlclr management by any or nil
numbers of tho fodoration could
actieallftj to supply tho nocos
abor for nil such ontorprlsos, so
powlblo, from tho nctivo mow-
t tho federation, resident in tho
H towns nnd sottlomonta ostnb-
What Bondholder dots.
M rVnf1tlAlllA ..ilia K nna ..(
Tsrt oa his bonds fixed, but another
k tent contingent on profits. A
w gets tho social advantages of
") in tho fodoration town at a
1 price paid for on tho installment
Thcro will bo freo schools,
S nodical nttondanco. provisions
(naovrs and orphans, woll-trninod
uaSW lawns, -onarcs niso in
ts from tho wholo ontor
will reprosont about 76
cipal of tho federation
iternal, not nalornnl. Tf In nn
I is baaed on tho othica laid
io teachings of Jeaus Christ,
i tnd1 differencea oriso they
ettlod by arbitration, for
arrangomonts arc mado in
fodoration hnvo bcon passed on by the
.Now York counsol. Tho funds rotnlnod
from tho aubscrlptlon for tho guaran
tee of ropaymont of tho principal of tho
bonxW at maturity will bo hold and
InvostoJ for that purposo by tho Trust
Company of Amoricn. Tho fund secur
ing tho paymont of C por cont on tho
"bonds for tho first flvo years will bo
manngod and invosted by local insti
tutions, in co-operation with tho Com
mercial Trunb Comparty of Now Jor
soy. A strong Now York syndicnto
has undertaken nit tho oxponscs of tho
issuo, and a fnr-renchlng work will bo
undertaken at onco In advertising tho
advantages and resources of Oregon,
whioh will bo of groat importance to
tho stiito. Lareo arena of land In
oastorn Oregon nro to bo acquired and
dovolopodi by irrigation, cultivated and
sottlod Such settlements aro to bo
brought into clnso communication with
In Westorn Oregon suitablo lands
will bo acquirod that can bo solcctod
as tho conter of tho federation work.
Thoro tho chiof fodoration city will
bo ostnblishod. Manufactures of div
ers kinds will bo sot on foot thoro,
which will givo omploymont to tho nct
ivo members of tho fodoration. Thoro
will bo crcnmerlos, chooso factories,
wool on mills, finx factory, clothing
factory nnd kindred Industrie. Thorn)
nro tho objecta aimed at by Mr. Wnl
Inco, as sot forth in tho explanations
givon lost ovoning, and which aro now
assuming form and substnncc. As soon
as tho $50,000,000 bonds nro disposod
of in tho cast then trained agonts will
purchnso tho tracts of lands ncedod for
tho sottloments, nnd tho working out
of tho plans of tho Christian Co-oporn-tlvo
$260,000 of tho society's funds brought
$60,000. Tho actual loss to the society
is still greater, for tho loan, with
accrued interest, now represents pver
By letting Depew lvl with Bepow
in this frlendlv fnahlnn , i.i..
lost $225,000. Who got itt
Dopew as Equitablo director voted
to lend Depow na borrowor $250,000
on property officially appraised at
Depow as borrower guarantood tho
loan nna as borrowor and director
ropurtiatod tho guarantee
I ho society lost $225,000 by tho
United States senators from Orecron
and Kansas nro now under conviction
of misdemeanors which aro trivial in
comparison to this colossal offonso of
Depow 's. Is tho stnto of Now York
going to lot this jugglo with tho
monoy of widows nnd orphans go
scot frool Now York Amorienn.
Killed a Bear.
Tho story renchod Corvallis a few
days ngo to tho effect that tho 15-ycar-old
son of Jnck Ervln had killod a black
bear on their ranch botweon Beaver
creek and Creasy. Tho bear was fat as
a result of tho Inroads mado on tho
flock of goats ownod by Mr. Ervin. Tho
boy mot bruin in tho timbor, nnd al
though ho had not but a .shotgun load-
od with birdahot, ho opened firo. Tho
animal continued to como toward tho
lad after tho first shot, but badly
frightened as ho was, tho young huntor
stood his ground and unloaded another
barrol into tho boar. This did tho work
am) tho lad had u dead bear to his
credit, Corvnllis Gazette.
Aro Instantly rellovcd and porfoctly
healod by Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. C
Rlvonbnrk, Jr., of Norfolk, Vn., writes:
"I burnt my knoo dreadfully; that it
blistorod all ovor, Bucklon's Arnica
Salvo stopped tho pain, and healod it
without a scar." Also heals all wounds
and soros. 25o nt J. O. Perry's, Drug
gist, Salem Orogon.
Reward wilt be paid to any
person who can find one atom
of opium, chloral, morphine,
cocaine, ether or chloroform
iI)..aform in ay of Dr.
This reward is offered because
certain unscrupulous persons
make false statements about
these remedies. It is under
stood that this reward applies
only to goods purchased in the
open market, which have not
been tampered with in any way.
Dr. Miles' remedies cure by
their soothing, nourishing,
strengthening and invigorat
ing effects upon the nervous
system, and not by paralyzing
and weakening the nerves as
would be the case if'these drugs
For this reason Dr. Miles'
Anti;Pain Pills are universally
considered the best pain remedy
"J havo suffered for ZE years with
VZV P"',"8. In my head, heart and
?.i$f J1?1 to tried overythlnx I
could ret jnd oould not nnd any relief
&.'. .J8, I uferea jus kn as 1J
Vn.? 'lid1 . fwircd I would loso mr
in nd. Tt.ft Antl-raln nits savo mi
rei'i' In from 10 to Jtf mlnut?s. I do
" o to uie Morphlno njr more.
I wish you would publish this so that
other sufferers may nnd relief."
. J- A- WALKKrt.
R,rF J?i Wi 6 . Salem. Ind.
Dr. Mllst' Antl-Paln Pills aro sold by
yourjlruooltt, who will mjart nt.e that
the tlrat packaae will lenaflt. If It
fjlla he wfll return your money.
dotet. centa. Never mid In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
'ARiTERS as a usual thing look
w aiuity than to-stylo in
"o can see no reason why they
not havo both when they can
obtained. Wo will match our
agauut any that can bo pur-
anywhere for tho eamo mon-
ing aDd rnni,,,, y
oes In tho market for tho
Acted for stylo, quality &nd
J manufacture UdlM woolen
to ordM. Beo our deslgna.
"Dopow. to tho Bar."
Nothing moro Is ncoded to bring
Ohnuncoy M. Dopow, sonator of tho
United Stntos, boforo tho bar of crim
inal justico, charged with a ponlton
tiary offonso, that that an alert and
detorminod district atlornoy ohould
present tcr a- grand jury tho sonator 's
own testimony in tho investigation of
tho Equltnblo socioty.
Dopow 's yearly salary of $20,000 for
undefined legal sorvlcos is trivial In
tho groat volume of graft. His roady
accoptanco . of $25 for oach diroctors'
mooting, whothor ho attended it or
not, was shared by tho other eolf
sacrificing financiers working for tho
dear polldy holdora.
But tho sonator 'a description of tho
part playod by him In foisting upon
tho Insuranco company tho property
of tho now bankrupt Depow Improve
ment company la enough by itsolf to
call tho attention of tho district at
torney to his actions.
Ho was a director of tho Equitablo.
no was also heavily interested In the
Imnrovoment company partly by dl-
roct purchase, partly by loans mado
to his associates on their oc.
Tho improvement company was em
barrassed in 1901. At that timo tho
insuranco department of tho state p
oralsed its valuo at $100,000. Mr.
Depow, acting In that "general capac-
ity" which ho thinks justinee nis an
nual retainer of $20,000, wrote to tho
department asking a new and higher
Tho reason for this request was
qulokly madk. Aparcat The Depow
Improvement company appeared bo
foro tho Equitable, asking for a loan of
$250,000. A complaisant appraiser In
tho employ of the company, recognis
ing on wbick due- bis bread was but
tered, appraised tho property at
Tho loan- was made. Sonator-DI-rector-Borrower
Depew voted that tho
loan should bo mado to his company.
Moreover, ho agreed to guarantee the
loan to the society. When tho com
pany wont bankrupt no repuowieu
The company did go bankrupt. The
Rnnltahlo foreclosed and tho Depew
property oa which Depew h&d loaned
Account of Oompmoeting
Of tho Church of God at Grants
Oro., July 20th to August 8th, tho
Southern Pacific Company will sell tick
otto nt ono and ono third faro for tho
round trip from all points on Orogon
linos. W. E. COMAN,
8-l-3t Qonoral Passongort Age
i Ids Kind Yen Hits Alwars &wjb
During tho Lewis and Clark
exposition tho O. O. T. Co. will
make the following rate: Salem
to Portland, ono way, 76 cents;
round trip, $1.00. Tickets good
for ten days. Boats loavlng daily
at 7 a. m., except Sunday.
M. P. BAU3WIN, Agt.
Dock Foot of Trado Street
It Was Worth tho Price.
A dudlsh looking stranger, who had
mado arrangements to moot a mnn In
Portland, got to flirting with a Leba
non girl, who wns on tho Lebanon
train, and becamo eo interested that
his own train nrrivod and loft boforo
ho discqvorcd tho situation, and then
ho wns mad for cortain, nnd blamed
everybody but his own fool solf. Al
WAaONMABXR AND BLACKSMITH
All kinds of repair work. Good rigs
and gontlo liorsw for biro.
781 Center Street, Salem.
Salem Box Factory
Q. P. MAHON, Prop.
I am 'in South Salem, where you will
find mo for all kinds of fruit trays,
orchard boxes and hop baskets.
Miller street, Salem. Phone BedSlDl.
IT BEATS THE DECK.
How wo can put such porfoct work
manship on a shirt front, collar or
cuff is what ovorypno says that ox
aminos our faultloss laundry work.
No spot or fray to mnr tho beauty of
tho irreproachablo color and finish
put upon it that defies competition by
any laundsy in tho stnto. Our laun
dr work has reached tho top notch of
perfection that has yot bocn obtained.
Itough dry, Go por pound.
COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Prop.
DOROTJS D. OLMSTED, Manngor
230 Llberly Street. Phone 411
Leavo orders, in Dallas with J. J.
FidW, or at tho Boy Confectionery
Hall's Fmy Road
New Lange Hotel j
Corner Sixth and Washington
streets, Portland, Or., (next to ! '
Imporlal). Strictly fireproof and ; ;
modern. Bates lowest for first- '
class service. Steam boat and .
elevator, efegant cafe and bar
In connection. On direct line to ;
fair grounds. F. Lange, proprle-
tor; Bam Bauman, manager, for- !
merly of Omaha, Neb. ;
U. . LEHMAN
Bash and doors. All kinds of house
finishing. 'Phono 1S1 black. Also two
floors of warehouse for rent; elovatoi
and switching facilities.
Shortest line to alf points jn
No Autos or Steam Engines
rtra oa tils road
a t rt?T"rvTrvT4nM'
"' lJ r- -'i jan automoblle and fled before be could
Prop. Fey "estca.
Edwin Swltzler, a well-to-do young
man of Pendleton Saturday beat his
wlfo unmercifully in their house, and
wbon she escaped to tho street followed
and continued boating her nntil forced
to desist by neighbors. Ho procured
Cliraato and Crop Servico.
The past week woa dry and warm,
but not so wann as the preceding week.
All lato cropo would be benefitted by
rain, but. they aro doing fairly well
without It. The fall grnln harvest Is
well advanced, nnd tho yiolds generally
aro extra good, both as to quality and
qunntlty. Tho spring wheat hnrvest is
now becoming gono'rnl, nnd whereas the
yields wero shortened somewhat by the
preceding hot wenthor, tho dnmnge
turns out to bo les than expectod. Pas
turngo la getting dry, but stock na n
rulo continues in excellent condition.
Tho second crop of alfalfa is belnj hnr
vostod with Batisfnctory returns.
Hops nro doing well, nnd tho hot
wenthor, combined with moro eprnjylnp
of tho vines than muni, linn caused the
llco to nearly nil disappear, nnd ttho
crop now promises to bo a better ono
than expected- n fow wocks ngo. Field
onions nro ripening rapidly nnd lato
potatoes nro thrifty ami promising.
Somo dnmngo is being done in Wash
ington county to into potato tops by
nrmy worms. Corn Is tnsscllng, nnd
making good ndvnncomont. Enrly
poaches nro in tho market. Apples aro
doing well, but Italian prunes nre drop
ping nforo than thoy usually do at this
ftoason'of tho year,
Contracts Let for Coast Road.
Awards hnvo been mado by Prosident
Hoo.ordfl, of tho Atlas oCntrnct Conv
pany for tho delivery of 2000 pound of
steel rnild nt Htllslmro for uso in build
ing tho first 20 miles of track for tho
Portland, Nohnlem & Tillamook rail
road. The delivery is to bo mado Ity
September. Tho rails nro of tho 00
Engineer Oeorgo D. Davis lias con
tracted with Clark & Dixon, of Forest
Grove, to clear tho right of wjur,
Thompson Bros, will gr.tdo itho first
three miles out of Hlllsboro, and all
grading for tho 20 miles "will bo done
by subcontractors, tlJo company decld
ing not to bring nn outfit from San
Francisco, owing to tho fact that there
will bo no difficult diggings done. Two
bridges will hnvo to bo built and tim
ber for theso is now ixsin hauled. It
is Intended the 20 miles shall bo .ready
for tho rolling stock November 1st.
President llecords denies tho roport cir
culated that tho Hnrrimnn Interests con
trol tho lino.
Albert Honning, nged 30 yenrs, died
it Kugcno Sunday from throat affec
tion. He held a position nn tutor in tho
Oregon Agricultural College, nnd had
n ffploinliu education. Ho was a grad
uate of tho Universities of Chicago nnd
Wisconsin, and had a post-graduato
courso of tho U. of O. nndl O. A. C. Ho
will be gToatly missed nt tho college,
as ho wns popular among tho etudomta
PLENTY TO EAT
But no nppotito, well describes tho con
ditions of thousands of porsdns. Tholr
stomachs havo "gouo bnck on them"
but it only roqulros n fulr trial of tho
to rcstoro this important organ to its
wonted vigor. Tlion why not start to
day? For ovor CO yoars it has boon
curing Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costlvo
noss, BlllQusnoss, Poor Appotita,
Cramps and Diarrhoea,. Try It and
JrpBHtff lvBVn)pBHi9lpH VVP7
They say aro n double blessing. So
is our stock of grocorles, for their qual
ity is very high for tho low price that
is asked. To help you roponl tho hot
spell we offor goods and prices.
Baker, Lawrence & Baker
Successors to Harritt 1- Lawronco.
will bo all right this hot woathor
if you got thorn at
20G Commercial Street
m FRENCH FEWLE
AS.n. Ci.fiiM Ciuit Ut StrrmiMto VamKutw.
siyia kncwn to rit. b.;.i kmi biji .iu-
hflJOilw. v ilwblUwaalil.l.Mlllfrf
vk.ir.lM.t4. Un.lMirM. lrjir4ri4UI4.atpt
B4t IMm M4 WI HUH M IM
Bold in Salem by S. C. Stono.
iif wttminu f itniiiiiif t f imw
TID3 PICK OP THE FOEEST
Has boon taken to supply the stock of
lumber in our yards Our stock is
eomploto with all kinds of lumbor
Just rocolved a car load of No 1 shin
gles, also a car of fine shakes. Wo are
able to fill any and all kinds of bills
Como and lot us show you our stock.
Yard and oflleo near Southern Pa
cific passengor depot Phone Main
f r latwifwrn' QOODAUl LUMBEB, CO
9i9fmtmtn9tmtmfmtmimnttm-m-ft9 f ttnnwat
M "Tii fttlULr jK2HHRW
JUST FINB FOB WARM
Ladles who nro looking for comfort
in shoes tho whllo their foot covering
is irreproachable as to style and bpau
ty will find It to tholr Interest to try
on a pair of our shoes. We took our
time to got just what's wanted for
summer wear, and at last got It, as
you will know whon you seo what we
aro offering. All sizes and shapes.
A L Jt R a SE R
Successors to Burroughs t Fraier.
Cornice Work, Heating and Building Work of all kinds; estimates '
made and work guaranteed.
S67 State Street, Salem. Phone 1011,
Bread W j
o ' merj 1
B x olorlj
FLOUR x m
PANCAKES, MUFFINS AND PLUM ffij
Package for 7 loaves 20o Pmi
10-pound sack .0flc i?W
ASK YOUR OBOOEB FOB XT. $$M
ALLEN'S B. B. B. FLOUR CO. EjE
Pacific Coast Factory, San Joso. p9w