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DA&YoXpitAiJduB -July iftiooc.
THiSE-HQf DAYS ftx
ft Orge k . f
ic one that leads them all
tar Ice Cream Soda.
toe Summer Gkf, V'
ire more popular than, ever-
Jl these and more jUke,; them
re jost the tfitafesXjo satisfy
- I fci 'i ij.
i' Salem's LeatUaGtocers.
: Confectioners atad Dakers.
156-4G0 State St. Ph6nkMl&2-lSr
i: .a e i. x. i.ci -
ream oixecv muui ukj on;y
"oar freeze make Ipcjlccf
iOMMENOTNO- NEXT" THURSDAY.
THE BEIOHAM-OOOPEE 00.
Presents tho sensational Co'medv
Four nights only, Thursday, Friday,
Lturday and Sunday nights. Special
itinea Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
Imission prices, 15 and 25 cents.
) everything that you could wish
in tho way of lumber, . or
largo,, is our assortment! that ja is
for the builder to find just what
Hid low? prices wo ask make tho
ring as easy as tho choosing. ,
Thy not got our. quotations on. your
IGET FUEL & LUMBER CO.
ink With Gold and Perfume.
JThia India ink," said tho clover
use art- student, "has no moro
it to bo called! Indian ifchau your
3rican redskins havo to that namo.
India ink all- comes from China,
India nover produced a stick of it:
1 Annul, my own province, is tho one
tro India ink is mado. Tho best o
(ink is kopt at home, for the uso of
i royal scribes andi tho official liter-
Iti is only the lower grado that
exported. This lower grado sells
wholesale, in Anhni for $1500 a
The very best grado of India ink,
; kind rich with gold, is worbh $75,-
: a ton.
I Tho constituents of India ink aro
oil, pork fat, lampblack, glue,
Ik, gold) leaf audi tho oil of a
moua tree, tree, tho hong, whtah
pva only in tho Yangtso valley.
Ifter the admixture of tho Oils the
pblnck, tho fat and tho glue, tho
kltant pasto is beaten for many
f wun steoi nammors upon wwxi-
anvilj -andl during .that bonjting
Idaf are added, -tho musK to givo
ink a perfume, and) tho gold to
it a lust no.
EAfterward ,tho ink is dried' for
ia in molds. Tho stocks are then
rated, tho most artistic scribes
ling thew, with very beautiful Chi-
IThero la no ink worthy to bo men-
in tho same breath with ours
Ink redolent with musk and bright
gold.' St.- Louia Globe-Demo
ebaU Playsra wad root Kacorsl
ouis J. Kruger, ex-champioB long-
into foot racer of Gormanyj and
land, write, Octobsr 27, 1901:
During my draining of" eight weebs'
races at Salt Lake City, is April
I used- Ba4l8.Snow,,LIaiiB1e
ay greatest satisfaction. Tnere-
', I highly recommend Snow Lini-
t to all who are troubled with
ins, bruises or rhellmatls:Hl.', 35c,
and $1. Sold by.D. J. IVy;
Lara Catholic Pilgrimage.
ew York, July 10. A. Tai-ge pil-
Jgs "of Catholics under the "spirit
direction of thoHt.Ber.HBy'Ga.
Pa, bishop of Ogdenaburg, N. Y.,
John J. MeCraao of New York,
i for Europe oa t& Csaaier Slav
The mebars of the pafty will
the rare privilege of a aadieaeo
the Hojyt FathW. After yUilg
th party, will tew tlw eti-
II. V.nMalyof Pof
Iro turn oil
homo this morning.
E. P. SfeO'naclcji in ' Dinde'look
'ing aftor MsrchanJ '"?
;v w. L. Jonea, of Jefferson, is in the
city transacting busne? "
Mrs. L. S. Rowland? audi objldron are
visiting relatives in Eiigoe. " "
J. IE, Darling, pf; .Oregon, City, re
turned homo this "nfornlng.
J. W. Bailoy, food and dairy com
missioner was in .Salem yesterday;1" ,
j-Mias Ernestine Halley is homo from
TurtbindWhero aho spont Sunday.''. .
MirS.'BlSfGatona and lHtlo"daueh-'
tor. are in Portland to spend tho dav.
Mrs. Ed. Townsend left today for
Newport to remain a month, at tho sea
Miss Mao Boiso was among.tho Portland-bound
passengcrsott' tho morning
Harry Pilletto went to Portland! this
morning to look after, business inter
est. ' '
G. 0. Hatt, a. Portland real estate
man, returned to tho motropolisi this
Mrs. Damicl Webster and daughter
havo returned from an enjoyable stay
J. D. Densmore, 1L Snook and 0. C.
Hutchins were business visitors in Al
Mrs. II. Pohlo has gono to camp at
Gladstone Park, to attend tho Chau
Curtis Coleman, whom tho Portlan.l
fans call "Mustard," is in" tlio city
visiting relitlve ' ' ' ' " i
J. E. Calavan returned to his homo
at Oregon City, aftor a business visit
to the Capital City.
Former County Judge G. P. Terrell,
of Mehama, was in Salem yesterday,
and went to Portland last night.
George H. Harding, a prominont Or
egon City druggist, passed through tlio
city today on his way to Newport
Miss Lily Wilson, of Beavertbn, who
haa been tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Moyor, haa returned homo.
H. Ovorfon, of Woodbuirn, left for
his homo this morning, after having
transacted business- hero yesterday.
B. M. Gilo,', who has been visiting
Mr.,. and Mrs. ,IL ,S, Gilo .for. several
months, has returned to his homo in
Professor 0. O. Boyer wont to Port
land this morning to attend tho meet
ing of tho board of tirustoes of Wil
lamette University. ..
Mr." SrifrMrsZadoc J. Biggs' left today-for
a trip to British Columbia and
points on Pugob Sound, and oxpect to
bo gono two wcoks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs.
Murphy, Mrs. Brown's mother, returned
from Newport yesterday, whero they
fcpent tho past two wcoks.
D. M. Houston, for many years an
offlcient conductor on tho S. P., visited
his brother, R. B. Houston, tho 'popu
lar freight agent yestorday.
Miss Eleanor Rlchtor, ono of tho
members of the 1906 graduating class
of nurses from tho Salem hospital, left
yestorday afternoon for a visit at
Miss Margaroti L. Conger, of Salem,
ia visiting her cousin, Mrs. Allen. She
is to bo tho primary teacher in the
school at Dilley next year. Forest
President J. H. Coloman, of Willam
ette University, is in Portland today,
attending a meeting, of tho board of
trustees, at which somo changos in tho
faculty will probably bo made
Misa Mata Klein Jeft today for Ulen
dale, whoro she, wijl join, her aunt and
unclo. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, and
thoy will camp in tho beautiful moun
tains near that place for a month.
Mif sps Hattiq and Hulda Beckley, of
MilwauUo. O-., havo returned homo af
ter a week's visit with friend. Tho
young ladiea aro tho daughters of thf
former paslor of tho German M. E.
churrli f Salem.
A. E. Loder, the United tSates en
gineer, who haa charge or tlio gov
ernment road building near . tho fair
grounds, returned today from a week's
trip to Pendleton whore a aaniplo of
road will be: built similar to. the one
now being coastrycted here. .
Mrs. Mabel McSorley", of this city,
was adjudged insane today by. County
Judgo Scott on an affidavit. of Dr. F. E.
Smith. Mrs. McSorley Is ;24.year9 of
ago, ?id has become mentally,aeraBged
on religious matters. This k-her, first
attack ef insanity, and is of sixireeks'
Professor Willis P. Hawley, presl
tlet of tho Willamette Chautauqua
Asaocjatios, went to Gladstone Park
last night, to be present at the open-iag-of
thsassembly this morslag. Pref.
Hawley will camp oa tho grounds, tail
be at Gladstone Park daring tho eat.ir
time of the Chautauqua,
Mr. and Mta. M. McDonald and
Mrs. Frank W, Powers left this morn
1m far TacoKSi Waailagtos. Mr. Mc
Deaald will' attend ths Pacific. Coat
mryB's WW, Mpf;
M!eDeld aad i&. Peww will visit
n . t
friends. Frank, W. Pow.orsvrho ha's
been visiting ir?Toxas for s6mo months
pas', will join- the party in Tacpma.
i-y- i-l r -,:
Wlven Yoa' Want Harness.
store.fwf Commercial street, near
-Forxy. Tho finest stock of harness in
, Battery la Coming '
Fir-t field' artillery, Oregon. Rational
Guard, will Uegin its annual march
next Thursday, and will leavo Port
land on that day, and will be oa tho
march' for 12 days. The tiattory will
como oip:,tho;'Willa'mofto' rivec' b'yi way
of Silverton. . It will como through
Saldni next Sunday, and will remain in
camp-on tho rifle ra'ngo" at "Camp Wil
lamette" all day Sunday and Sunday
night, and will then go to Dallas and
return tp, Portland by way of MoMinn
villo on tho 'west side. Tho battery
will bo. under the command of Captain
J.; U. Welch.
Thdro aro about 70 mon in tho com
pany, which will bo equipped with
wagons, .-.nibuiancca, hospital corps and
all tho accoutrements of tho field.
Tho following officers of Protection
Lodgo of Workmen wero installed last
ovoning by Past Grand Master McFnd-
den: D. P. Wright, past master; Geo.
J. Donaldson, master workman; Clyde
Mason, foreman; Carl Abrams, over
seer; A. E. Aufranco, recorder; W. T.
Eigdon, financier; J. S. Pennobakor, re
ceiver; George A. Schultz, guide;
Frank Davey, inside watch; Emil Don-
ldson, outsido watch. At tho close
of tho installation the lodgo and the
ladies of the Degirco of Honor held an
informal reception and social, and ice
or earn was servod. I
Sent to tho Asylum.
Yergen M. Clausen, who claims to
havo escaped from ono of tho hospitals
near San Francisco a littlo beforo the
carthqunke, and who has Leon working
on a farm near Aumsville, was com-
mitted to tho asylum yestorday by
County Judgo Scott on affidavit of Dr.
F. E. Smith
Pill Boilers Gather.
Tho Stato Pharmaceutical Society
will meet at Newport during this week.
A number of pharmacists passod
through Salem this rooming on their
way to tho soa shore. Newport makes
an idoal convention town, nnd a. largo
.nttendanco ia expected.
Lidcnso to Wed.
A marriage: license was granted yes
torday to. John Charles Bradtl, of Now
Era, and Dora Amelia Lcntz, of Wood
burn. ' Giro tho Baby a Ohanco,
Lovo isn't a f tokening mush of con
cesslait Lovo 'ia flrim. Lovo is just.
Lovo lias good .red blood in) its volna.
Iiooking ever to tho ultimtaito good of
ita object), lovo frequently decrees suf
fering and nnvguisih of spirit.
And I toll you wliat, my dear
madam: Somo day; far his bad) temper
and impudence, yon aro going rto slap
or apanik that child j'ou aro now too
tepdem h(arted to lob ywu city. Yes,
you aro, jusb aa suro as you alV born.
And you won't slop liim in lovo,
either: Thank oftlio ahamo of it!
you aro going to beat tho child for
tho ovil qualities ibhat you yourself in
fiMllod in himv. You airo going to beat
him in anger, thijroby making open
confession tuat your moan, petty,
utaxvod naifuro has not enough moral
1 fo:co by wihlcJl to Itulo Mm. Shame I
Givo tlvo baby chorico to havo a
healthy brain and nervous system. Do
you iktalize thaHi his brain grows more
during his Grab year than in all his
oor j-yjara oombin'odt That moans
don't over play with him during his
flrtt yoaV or lob amy ono also play
with him, "Ki tehee-coo I" erica tho
visitor. "Oh, oo sweet, precious
'Ibtla doarl" And poor baby gets
poked in tba ribs nod tossod up in tho
air.. Verji badl Baby, may lamgli, and
bab may crowf. but bji and by will
comq tho iaovllabki ward and sleeploss
houra wU toll of tlJa ovonstlroulatcd
brain jaad Wo B0,oro tax ort the .ndnr
ou? sysbom. Outipig Magariso.
. . " ,.
We ;offer One Hundred DotUra Be
ward.foV'aBVcassof Catdrrh'tnat caa
not be,. cured by Hall's Catarrh Care.
F7 J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the underaigaod, have kaown V,
J. Cheney bt tho last fifteen years, and
believe hlra perfectly honorabU la 'U
bosiaesa transactions, aad financially
abjs lo carry oui any obligations made
by his firm. '
Waldiog, Kfnnaa & Marvin,
Wholesale Drugglsta, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrk Cure is taken intern'
ally .acting directly upon the blood and
mucous mrfacea of the system. Teitl
moalals Mat free. Pries, 75e per bot
tle. Sold by all druggists.
TakV Hall's Family Pills far eoatf-paoa.
Wehave loads of sum'rfier" Comfort
in store for the man who comes to us,
Our light weights in two and thre
piece styles, costing $1 0.00 to $25.00
are great coolers on a hot day.
Of Every Description
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE.
t . (Indianapolis Star.)
T,ho writer rocolvod somothlng of a
shock tho other day, whon, after mak
ing what ho considered a very fino
h'eak' in a local billiard match ho was
Informed by an interested onlooker
that what ho had boon playing with
was not a billiard1 ball, bub a quart
of, jskimmod milk. Thero was no dla
putlng tho fact, cithor, for the irtolll'
gent goatloman was ablo to prove hia
assertion on tho highest scientific au
thority. Ho hod, moreover, givnrv tho
subject caroful udy, and was pro
arod to stato tho process through
wKi,ohi a quart (or lb might havo been
a gallon) of milk, from, which tho
cream had been abstracted, passod bo
fore settling down iu tho usoful ca
pacity of a billiard ball.
".Milk a quo, or galalith, or portlfled
niilk;"' lp said, "is milk subjected to a
clifcmieal p"pccss by means of which
the '.easein' is precipitatod, as a. yellow
isll-brown pomlor. Thia. powder Is
mixed, with formaline, and thereby a
ho'm-llko. product ia formed! called
milk .stone, With various admixtures
this .substance forms a substitute) for
a 'huedhed "useful materials, euch as
ivry, celluloid,, marble, hard rubber,
and even amber. There is no limit, tq
the number of useful articlco which
can be made from galalith, and they
luolude almost everything, from ci
garette holders to mantlepieees, When
yoa' sext, play a Chopin ' nocturne' on
yoar much prized grand, do not imag
ine that your fingers aro wandering
ovr what once formed part of an elo
phot's tusk, for 10 to 1 the keys haye
be manufactured from a few gallons
of u that claw of milk which is
usually retailed at a penny a quart. As
a matter of fact, piano keys are now
saS0M made of Teal ivory except fa
thsieaw of the more expensive iastru
tee. Tab U rr remrkbl
(gls tepat'a huk lift MMK 99
v iiijiWitm ipwqwMfa
To Classified Town ono day came a clerk.
Albright honest youth wlib,'wa8"lookltfg8forffiork?
Till at last his ardor began tono. . fX
His hat was soiled; and his suit waaworn;f JIIVRIW
Hia Jioart wna sad, and ho looked, forlorn. . i, . .
1 A way I '11 show, ' ' remarked Kn t friend, ' ' "
"To all your troubles quickly end.
" Put' " want- ad small; twoilnea or
Iri,, Journal. adalt wUlroonrostore,vK
Yourfalllng'-hopo and renowahiblilon.
Through Journal ads you'll obtain a position."
(To bo contlnuedCfomorrow.)
sots of koys havo been out. HoWe.vcir,
galalith Is now tho best substituto for
ivory that wo havo, for It is smooth
to tho touch, rotalna an oxcollent color,
and, uuliko celluloid, is proof against
' Perhaps you aro unawaro that ovory
year In Vlonrta thoro Is held .a kind of
festival that is calloa 'oreamory day.'
'nml nli ltli liii. tta ,tia Atil nnata In' jTvft,
onstnating tho vory latest achlovo
mdnts iH' dairy products. A couplo
of years ago, on 'creamery day,' Mr.
Maxnilllan Ripper, nslstaut at tho
chemical agricultural experiment sta
tion, delivered a leeturo on 'skimmed
milk,' which was attended by nclon
tlsta from all parts of tho country.
"Mn Ripper stated that it was n
woll known fact that tho succcts of
creamory, whero tho chief source of
profit la, of course, butter, doc not de
pend bo much upon tho cost of pro
duction and tho selling prico of butter
aa on the ircfits derived from skimmed
milk. TUo right market for tho milk
skhnmcU for tlio pu"poo of butter
making Is really tho vital question of
tho milk, industry. Years ago the
skimniedLmilk was either thrown away
or given to tho pigs, and though 4hes0
useful animals nill consume vast quan
tities of tlio chalk-llko liquor, skimmed
milk is? now used for a thousand dlf
feronprpBce for tho 'manufacture,
of suga"ff nrflki as food for many ani
mals' besides the pigs and for a very de
licious bevfago poetically called 'milk
champagne.' which ia skimmed milk
mixod with fruit juices and Imprejrt
naieii yriiu caruonic aiu. a. mtnut
largo pecentttfjo of skimmed milk ia
also separated) Into iti compoaeat
parts, which ace then worked up, The
'caeia' serves tor the mauafaeture of
cTiocso'j.lio for gluo, putty and other
suIwJimmi. Bat all these different
uses ofk!mmed milk did not solve
tho question favorably until the lavint
tioEj of glallth, whlelii is just the itMt
terial scieatlsts bave been waiting for
during the last quarter of a eeatwy.
The fjulbillty of galalith, Its easy,
working, " elasticity atd proof against
ftrd make It a very desirable product.
""fa Awbrla somet'h'Iag? Hke'luO.OOO
quarts of sklriy ejwt! y, j'dajjly
(of tV. TMkrpe .ef UntoWag KklUJr
), Kupp.nh.lm.r A Co.
r it ii
, f ;kwwm
ia k" w.fc.
f .turning galitlUh Into- alPser!(!,t)f ' 1
usoful objects, arid ita great stWngthfe
ovtm allows it to bo used inj place of j
s'tono and marble, You could build a, J
houso of milk If .you llkodf and 1( would'4
be n strong and lasting as though nmdeu
of Aberdeen granite, Moroqye'r,'1 all tho yj
. jlttlngs could be mado of tho wine sub-
stance, ana moy wouiu ouuivo mo uu-
est ordinary material that was'evfr
constructed." , ,'
Jeff Myers, ho of tho twyv,T6o
nnd magnificent physique, wants Ore
gon to send a fino oxhiblt to, Janies-
What's tho mattbr with Jeft,
bnyhowt Is not ho slated to be -thero!
' ThdLowls and Olark'expositlon eom'
mission lsvpreparlng.lts final report. It
ilioul.l makp quite, a noise, yet, itf- Hisy"4
bo only a lPecraeker "fltKor."
At tbe'Udlsen. M
Commencing this -p-eek, the Srlgtnm
Coopon StochtOempaay, which has beeH),f
playing1 continuously at the KdlseoJi
theabro for tjio last e(x' weekst wll al-
lornaxo .uoivxien mis euy aam. nfeae. jti
The company wll play in Bugene every .
Monday, Tuesday aad Wediwflday ,
thf returalftg will; play, here eVery
Thursday. Friday. Satusday and Sun- '
dtiy nights, with a speelA matinee Bat-, '
urday afternoons at 9;30 o'clock. Phs '
nev play which this eompaay vfUl pre
seat (ou ids Uwn. rot Haeaeixt
Thursday nlgil; entitled! Jks .Terld
Agaimib Himl" It is eeasatioual
eomedy draw ia four ,aets, ad. mrct x
f as Jo, please,-, ,
Beginning ttya.week the- price, ftf.ad-
mission will' be raised to i -?3
eeabs .a, jt, da imposiblet o maUtala ,
this' popular eteck ompay a,t tha old
prises, owiag te the- exiilv talent
e9sed, aad the small ssatlag. eaaet
if M tK ltre. MvfWftt w
chaagq mp i - IrWr' ff
lar as tho RrlghaalrCoofy Cempy
hai many feebla,jrprles(fer tha
patrons of the Bdiso ia the'alwre.
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