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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1906)
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Dally Journal, ono month.. 35e
Dally Journal, threo' months ..,.41.00
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Many people hnvc wondered to see
a long string of cars loaded with lumber
standing on (ho sido track!) nt this
place and being added to from lay to
day ami novcr diminished. Tho cars
dpposlto tho Trlbuno ofllco Iinvo been
In otlo placo for nlniont two weeks.
Tbo cnuio of tho fuiluro to movo this
ranut of building nmtc'lnl to its dnstl
nation, Ban Fraiicbco, is revealed In
tho following dispatch from that city.'
"UnlH further notico tho Southern
Pacific will refuse lumber shipments
jfAr Baa IVaneUco and Oakland because
of tho congestion of trulllo nt tho Bay
City, where It I said 500O cni nre
piled up awaiting unloading. Contdg-
iuc8 urn unnblo to provide places for
the- storage of tho contents of those
cars and tho rnllroad Is fore ml to stop
the receipt of cum fur the south. The
congoitluu In California has hclpo'l In
tho creation of n cur shortage In this
statu that ha canned complaint among
shipper of nil classs, -pnrtlculnrlv
thoso intonated in Urn lumber lni.il
nets. Largo uumbers of loaded can
tvh o sent to Han Francisco, and nt
they wer hold, with Iholr loads, the
iiupply hi'io wan cut short,"
No doflnlto tlmo for tho raising of
the liloekuiiu r, lumber shipments to
California is announced. '
It took six lively innings for the
Hunker to defeat thn Mo.vliauts lit an
exciting gum ii of baseball played on
the Vnlvmlty grounds yesterday nf
ternoou, Thn Dual scoru was 5 to 4,
nnd tho oontllot vraa one of the liercost
in tho niinula of the Capital Uity Ama-
Ferbes: pltelied for tho Hiiukiiu, mil
Perkins was behind the bat. Tho Mer
chant were rrpreseuted bv V. llolinuii
nil catcher ami T. Iloluiau delivered the
The llunkAu worwl two runs in tho
ilrst luulng, mice In the eeuud, unee In
Hm third and nno in the sixth The
MorisbanU brought in tli.dr tlle thui
hreo lu lh Ilrst inning and one In
tho third, and tumi tu tl ewojls
A goodly emwd gathered to wltuen
tho battle, and (he (wture plays of the
gaiua wuro hesrUl) received. The root
, at timw, beeaum frautte, aud nil
pmejit enjoyed the e.ae.t tuniien.lv
Makw Its pmnc known
hy nuay sups, skndular
tumors, kiftcbfts in th iwck,
cuUnous wwptions, ii
fUuMi ylite, sore cars,
eaten uvA wasting diwMes.
Tim wax to aire ajtoad
IN Tim WOlUJ) 13 TO BAVK A
part or youn raooja
VOU OA.N DO KOTUTNO THAT
WILL UJ1LV MOWB TO WIK Ttfll
cojo-rouNlm and Rsurfior or
n VOUK Biltt'LOYSR, AND YOU
j will n vliKor rou A usr.
if Nijaa orroKtuKiTr hiun iv
vtnj iNvrru you tx ore a
W PAY tNTlMUr ON hWoi
Vt OP ONU UOLLAJl OR MOSr.
Cft4 NakojU Bfc
Decision About Bruin Causes
a Commotion Among
Judgo Frnzer's decision ycstorrlay,
declaring tho appointment of Patrick
Hrliln as captain of police illegal in tho
ouster proceedings brought agamsi me
ollicoi' by Oscar F, Isakson, has thrown
tho diiTorent city departments Into a
condition bordering on panic.
At least half of tho employes of the
city aro affected, rsot a department
has escaped, and nmong the worried
ones aro many mon uoiuiug respunsiuiu
positions, and if they aro ousted It will
bo a difficult mntter to fill their posi
tions. Tho firo department, watev de
partment, streot cleaning and sprink
ling department,- city engineering do-
payment, will all loso a largo number
of men if tho mayor starts out to
wield thei big snlckersnco which the
court's ruling put in his hands.
"For n mayor who likes justice an.!
who Is fond of a joko, this decision of
Judgo Frnzer's Is ono of tho greatest
opportunities that has ovu" como to a
innyty of Portland," said a city official
who Is n clone- friend of Mayor Lane,
"Judgo I'razer has taken Cnptain
llruln from tho mayor, but hns placed
it sha.-p, two eiiged In Mis iinnas to
wield us ho pleusos. No doubt he will
do It, nnd .tho remit will bo that n
large number of 'tho employes of the
city will soon find themselves without
Mayor Lane wns reticent when naked
if ho intended1 milking a wholesale at
tack on (Iih omployfls of the city nf
fectod bj tho ruling of tho court. Ho
only milled and remarked:
"Just wait nud see. I have not yet
secured n li't of names of the employes
The list Is now being prepared by
Secretary 0. L, MePhorson, of tho
mtinirtpnl civil service commission. Tho
Irregularities not only Ineludu tho ex
amiuatlons held under Mayor Lane's
administration but over since tho com
mission was organized uihUt tho new
charter by tho Cleorgo 11. William'
administration. Tho first examination
hold wern illegal becauto no notices
whatever weru published. The appli
cants wore simply notified nnd nppcared
at the rooms of the commission. At
his tlnio Tlmd W. Potter wns clerk of
tho oomiuUslon, which was composed of
A. A. Courtney, J, W. Plain and P. L.
Willis. 11. L.-Mtowell followed Potior
in swotnry, nnd July I, 100-1. 0. L
McPhoraon beenme secretary, and hat
since hold the positions. When Mayor
Iano took otllce in duly of last yenr
W, L. Hrwvterwas appointod to sue
eeod .Mr. Courtlier.
Twenty Year Battlo.
"I wns 'a Josor fn a twenty-year bat
tla with cliroulo piles and malignant
sorei, until I tMod Uucklin's Arnica
Salvo; whleh turned the tide, by cur
ing uotU, (III not a traco remains,"
writes A. X. Wruce, of lirmville, Ya.
Iliit for old Ulcers, Cuts. Hums and
Wounds. 23c at J. C. P-iny'a uVug
Mf Jiid Mm i o. Ilovniuin.
NWlbuiM. will eoMn-at,. their 084 wtV
dlHg UlvlMM.y ,-xt ThtUhUy.
Th MoBiuuutk NotbisI SIm'1 MU
' o oknug iu lis fuenhv far tho
wig ytr, the old fMHltr'all bolir
C4t lusmlur h. U V1W, f Asfc
Ud, him eras))) biw eM at tne
AikUnd att ThvdV sjft-ula, a4
1im XrtU U U Ml. of oAts
I'm. lid ai Uai Biaea Sum.i.v h
kJ Ikv 4ttUctia of UUjf I4 U(t
A Hard Lot
of trU to entd Wth. spring
frw lorrdd Uvw si Uv...i V "
Is. tittUs tt w,vn tku to theJr
PJP ; -,Mlo with Dr. Ktns'. y,w
WfO VflMl th lsi. ..I ...
ffwtlt cur fc Constipation. Ther
tm Sb at J. a !,. L ..
1 Bojh 3tola.
krtrT Oliver rMelvtd .. .v.. .
"7" f V " "Vw t.it tu .via
fatly Pa txm f tbe nan
HUXiZ wurw w. . ,
KTT.T.Tin BV A TALL.
Mrs WanJ.n Leo, of Aumsvlllo, roll
From Chair With ratal Results.
Mrs. Etta Leo, wife of L. Warren
Leo, of Aumsvlllo, died at her home
yesterdny mortiing. Mrs. Lee, while it
work canning fruit Monday, got on a
high chair to rcacih a tall shelf, fell to
the floor and sustained internal injur
ies. At the time sho did not realize
that sho was seriously injured and
asked her husband not to summon a
physician. She grew rapidly wprso yes
terday morning, and died of heart fail
ure. Ms-. Lee wns 31 yeais old, and was
tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Talent,
of Mcdford. She is survived by her
husband and a 2-year-old child.
A Milo of Good Road.
Active work on tho "government ob
ject lesson road," near tho fair
grounds, is expected to begin tomorrow.
Today a crew Is busy laying rails for
tho track reaching to tne ounKcrs, irom
which tho wagons will be loaded that
will haul tho rock to be placed on the
road bed. It has been difficult for the
local street car company to obtain ralh
nnd thn lnvlnff of tho track on ,tho road
has been delayed on that account. The
experts in chnrgo of tho work, howev
er, assert that they can put down about
1C0 yards of crushed rock per day,
which will probnbly tax tho crusher to
its full capacity.
"IN A BAD WAY."
Many a Salem Reatlfcr Will Fcol Cfrato.
ful for This Information.
When your back gives out;
Uccomes lame, weak or aching;
When Hfinnry. troubles act in,
Your kidnoys aro "in a bad way,"
Doan's Kidney Pilla can euro you.
Here is locul evidence to prove it.
W. C Johnson, gardeuor, of 1021
Mill street, Salem, Oregon, says: "I
had tho grip a year ago this September
aud I beliwo It left mo with kidnoy
complaint, nt any rate, I suffered with
pains in tho small of my back nnd nch
log at nights. In tho morning when I
noso I folt lamo nnd soro nnd tire'd
very easily nnd otUen folt languid.
Occasionally thero wcro attacks of
hoadachos and dirzy spells and often
thuru were specks bofore my oyos. Tho
kidney secretions wcro infrequent and
contained a tcdimont. Tho rolicf I
obtained from Dr. Doan's Kidnoy Pills
was very gntit. I folt better nftor
taking tho first box, and I now feol In
better health than for n long time.
Every kidnoy sufferer should uso Dr.
Doan's Kidnoy Pills."
For sale by all doalore. Price CO
cents. Fostor-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sole ngents for tho United
IJemembor tho name Doan's and
take no other.
Campraoeting at Woodbutti.
Tho Free Methodists will begin hold
ing n campmoetlng nt Woodburu tomor
row. Some of tho prominent tpunke:
of the denomination will bo present nud
nddrim tho various meetings. He v. H
V, Ilaslam and family left this morn
ing. A goodly number of Froo Motho
dlst from this city will go to ntnalu
throughout the entire session.
Tho Texas Wonder.
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu
matla trouble: sold by all drueclsts. r
two months treatmont by mail for $1.
ut k, w. Hall, 2020 Oltvo street, 8t.
liouls, Mo. 8nd for testimonials. Soli
by Stone N drug stores. dw-lyr
Hangings Not on Friday,
Tho item published iu gome paper
giving tho Imprestlon that the first
UnBglMg Iu Oregon on a day other than
Friday took place recently, was uot a
faet. Hoo.1 and Haker wo-o hung In
this city uotir tho cornor of Mill -nail
tlkiuvk vtreti, Mnv 17. isrt.v n-hu.
dto fH o Wodnesi'.uv.
Slucu tho DLsclosures,
"Had Skvlofk llvi In liM.
thi)ts would Lave bea difforoKt '
"lisUad of a iwuh.i nt iu.i.
wmIiI have ie.slstsJ an ,..,
Voluntarily Jorw Hoatetter', stem
i Bltttw thero a be n ,MS03 for
doubting in ability 0 cu'o them. Wo
tncreforo nrg eVrry wmia wko ne((Il
8tregthanij and tdi. .....-.
io trr fc wie
JJw" omwh na:
kaxm. oauooK, yJLl
if am -
Fiftwn Cents Offered for Hops.
Independence, Or,, July 25.
Hops 15 cents. That is tho con-
itact p'Ice for nops in "i"""
ence. some are rui.u"..6 . -tract
at that figure. The market
is brighter than for tho past
- - ..r.tiinrf 1 1 fnn-
IM-W-H-M-H-HH I I S W-H-
OAULKINS FILES SUIT.
Actor Wants Damages From Man Who
Beat Him Moa(lay.
Charles Caulkins, tho pugilistic thes
plan, who was engaged in a scrap Mon
day with William Dawnc, of Yamhill
county, has filed a complaint in the
court of Justice of tho Peaco Webster,
asking for damages to the amount of
$2-15. This is segregated as follews:
Personal damage, $1-13; montal an
I.-. i,n nrinted. Dawno accused
r...ii.! nt inoiiHinrr his wlffl in this
V.UUJIWIU3 Ul ..m.-)
city Saturday, and proceeded to thrash
. 11 .!.- n fin n in
him on 3ignt. Alter paiug u u ..
s k. Tn.nt n fltilt f f All
tho rccoruer-s couri, winuu .u...--that
it was a case of mistaken identiy,
and that it was some othtT man who
had acted indecently. However, on the
testimony of waiters in a State street
restaurant and others, it is said that
Dawno has ngain changed his mind,
and will contest tho suit. Constable
Johnson hns served notico of tho action
on Dawnc, but no answer has been
War Maps of tho United States.
Washington, D. - C, July 25. The
geological survey has a confidential
arrangement with the war department
by which tho topographical shoots
mado by the surveyors of tho geolog
ical survey aro furnished to tho general
staff of the nrmy. Theso sheets go
into tho details of tho country over
which the surveyors travel every year,
and show tho location and places of
supply of water and forage, tho situa
tion of blncktmltli shops, bridges, the
places to ford streams and tho condi
tion of the roads. This information
is of groat value In connection with
tho accumulation of material destined
to be of voluo in times of troublo, or
on other occasions whon tho nrmy
must go into a now section of tho coun
try. MARKET QUOTA
"Make Salem a Good Home MarkaL"
Poultry At atelnero Mnrlet
Eggs IVr dozen, ISc.
Poultry, Eggs, Etc
Egg For dozen, lO'o.
Butter ltetall Country, 20c, cream
Fruita, Vegetables, Etc
Xow Potatoes 70c cwt.
Bananas 5c por pound.
Lemons $5.00 lb 6.00.
Liro stock Market.
Shoep 3c. i
Dressed Vial 5c. " -
Fat Hogs Oltc '
Orala and Food.
Baled Clover $7.
Timothy $9$10. ;
Balem Flourlna M11L
Whoat-Club, 71c; valley, 71c; b!u
Oats Cholco whlto. 31.0lb$32.
Mlllstuff Bran $17.
in wWTblth,v' $1112-50' Miu,
Poultry Avfeo oM boa,, m
13o; jutxetl chickens. 11-ai.
-roosters. Vje: ohick-ens U(tvl5ti tur-
8bec geoso, osH Pouaj, 8V.
iluek,, 1213e; pigeons, $I.001 90
iuahs, $1."52. i.wf
lVrk Drsd. 6Uar
Hops-Org09, 1905 llan0
Wool Valley, -oar. trT'u
SWe; tor. MM. ; 1,
And all tennis supplies
Base Ball Goods
Thc Rambler & Nationa
Come in and let us show them to you. Wc jcany Jhe fa
mous G. & J. tires and have a
Our bicycle repair shop is
shop in the upper Willamette
you the best service.
Newport, Yaqulna Bay, Breltenbush
Hot Springs From All S. P.
and 0. & E. Points.
On and after Juno 1, 1900. the South-
orn Pacific, in connection with tho Cor.
vallia & Eastern railroad from points
on thor lines to Newport, Yaquina and
Detroit nt vory low rates, good for re
turn until October 10, 190G.
Threo'-day tickets to Newport and
Yaquina, good going 8aturday.and re
turning Mondays nro also on sale
from all East Side points, Portland to
Eugene, inclusive, and from all West
Side points, enabling people to visit
Mii .v: 1 1 i , .
their families and spend Sunday nt fi,
Season tickets from all East Side
points, Portland to Eugene, inclusive,
and from all West Side points, are also
on sale to Detroit at very low rates,
with stop-ovor privileges at Mill rtitv
or any point east, enabling tourists to
visit the Santiam and Breltenbush Hot
Springs in the Cascado mountains,
which can be reached in ono day
Season tickets will be good for re
turn from all points until October 10th
Three-day tickets will be good going
Saturday and returning Moneys
oly. Tickets from Portland and yiciu-
. " e eod for retura via' the
Et or West Side at option of pas-
cinity will ba good going via tho Lab-anoa-Spnngfield
branch if desired.
Baggage on Newport tickets checked
Vough to Newport; on Yaquina ticS
ts to Yaoulna nnK- o...j.
Si t0r. tfc. c E.Tni
E.S'BfP'iIaInS C0Dnect wlth th O. &
at Albany and Oorvallts for Y-
quina and Newport. Train, on tho O.
7-30 "'?' wIU leavo "7 at
IlVHnS tonrbti to th. Hot
.lively aiJ ,M , aw c"
The most se
lect line in IK
complete stock of bicycle suo
the larcest and best pnnlnn
valley therefor we can give
Springs to roach thcro tho sams dij.
Trains from and to CorvalHs-conisrf
with all East Side trains on the 8. P.i
Full information as to rats, tkt'l
tables, etc.: can bo obtained on afar
cation to J. C. Mayo. Gen. Pms, At'
0 & E. E. E., Albany; A L. Craig, Q.:
if. A., 8. P. Co., Portland, or to uj
a. if. or u. & e. neent.
Eat8 from Salem to Newport 5j
to Yaquina, $4.50; throe-day rate frw
Salem to Newport, $3.00.
Ryan's Town Hall,
R. R. Ryan hns his new towa kill
meetinc housa on North Commercis!
strect nearly Toady "for public use. P
will have lights, water and all moiui
conveniences, and will be dedicated !
proper form as a kind of public forai
Local orators will bo giyen an opporn'
nlty to try its acoustic qualities at u
early da v.
A Pleasant Way to Travel
Tli- t i.. n. i -...!.
tllO ttnVdlnr ifyyrr in fl C.AI1 rl. Pit
railway botwee4,.tho Papifio coast i'
tno hast, and wq boliovo that WW
vice and accommodations civen mei
this statement. Front Denvor, Colon
do Springs and Denver thero ore ts
thikuigh trains daily to Kansas City
and St. Louis; carrying Pullman' W"
OSt Stnmllinl. nlnnfrtnllnfifml tttvH
cars, chair, cars and up-to-date dW(
ears. Tho same excellent seivica
nniT.ntoj1 frnm IT.nn. Pllu nnd !
Louis to Memphis, Littlo Rock and Ht I
Springs. If you aro going Ea't
South, write for particulars and
W. C. McBRIDE, Oen. Af-
134 Third St., Portland, ,
Sawmill and lumber Yard lab
$2.25 per day. Woodsmen, 2
$3.00. SUaiW mA.X. 1..I. fft B
Kelly Lumber Co.. Tintmnm. Or. 6-i
' - 'f -wt
'Benles. Tot '
Tbtel. It Has do -aa Mji
oa Liberty- atTeet, f5?i,.pr. StatJ"
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