Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 04, 1908, Page 3, Image 3

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PAHiT CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, ltoe.
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tine white? Cheeks pale? Bleed thin?
Consult your doctor.
Bsd skin ? Weak nerves ? Lesing fiesh ?
Consult your doctor.
Nnnnoctitc? Poor digestion? Discouraged?
,J rnnsult vour doctor.
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tit "formnU of all ouf madlolnt
Lowell, Kit.
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(Ittrsoon and evening
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pltUrej at"i IHUSUUi
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OPERA HOUSE
J.CORDRAV, NOR.
XrA 4, Tlio-KIrk La-
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It Owen WIstar and
RU Lasbellc, with
W. 8. Hart,
y tbc Vlrglnlnn.
CAHTEAU, its Tntmpns.
lI,J0, flOO, 75c, 50c.
tt!it box office Wednesday,
Low, H.
OPERA HOUSE;
IIXD SATURDAY NIGHTS, vail y.
XUtCX ft AM) 7.
i tt 7 and 8:30 P. M.
WN PLAY
(Offct hi woviBfC pictures.
kpiowi, Marvelous.
Mabkw 23c.
ERSFOR
SHOW ELECTED
C. G. Gulllford, Woodburn.v
Mr. Crown, Gcrvals.
Albert Pratt, Aurora.
Adaln Burns, Muclcay.
Polk County.
Wm. Tatum, Dallas.
H. C. ConBtance, Independence.
Jamea Neeblt, Rickreall.
Yamhill County.
J. W. Bowloj-, McMlnnville.
Linn County.
Dr. A. Q. Prill, Sclo.
S. S. Bailey, Albany.
Benton County.
W. H. Savage; ConUllls.
Committees.
Arrangements Walter
W. Hatch, Chas. Yannke.
Entertainment Fred W. Steus
loff, Prank Shaffer, H. D. Patton.
Publicity Elmo White, E. Hofer,
Albort Tozlor.
Plnanco-i-D. A. Dlnsmoor, Chaun
cey BlBhop, D. R. Ynntls.
A Gala Occasion.
In sotno Western towns tho nnjiu-
ial horso fair Is tho greatest event of
tho ontlro year not excepting oven
clrcuo day or Mo Fourth of July.
This was truo of Salem some 12 or
15 years ago, and tho promoters -of
th affair hopo to arouso enough In
tercrt In the show this year to make
futuro ntfnlrn of tho kind as popular
as thoy woro In years past.
Tho horso fair sorves several use
ful purposos, among which Is tho
stimulation of tho sentiment for
moro and bettor stock. A fair of
this kind nlso gives tho pcoplo a
chnnco to boo for thomoclves what
blooded stock thoro is In tho coun
try. During tho pnst fow years a great
doal of high grade stock has boon Im
ported and bred, and thoro is now
Bomo very good horsoflosh In HiIb
Tho purpoBO of tho fair Is to
bring out thin stock, and give tho
ownora and others Interested a
chanco to comparo notes.
GmncH mul Sportw.
On Fair day, April 4, thoro will b
all kinds of games and sports, music
by tho band and attractions of all
kinds. Tho offlcora aro looking for
ward to a big crowd. Dofinlto an
nouncements aro not yet ready, but
it In known that Luto Savage, an old
timer nt tho buslnoBS, wll bavo
charge of tho pony races. Competent
men will have charge of the bthor at
tractions also.
rroaotm EttVct
lOrtulzation.
Per.
i o( tbc promoters of
Act,heJat evening at
In Trade rooma, a perma-
tton wa effected, ofll-
!i committees appolnt-
'tpaUitloa will hereafter
Us the Salem Horse 8how
fcMwrt Mected.
Wbs oncers were elect-
U K Page
. J L. Stockton.
-' A. Welch.
Ma H. Alherl
j fcrwsu.
ll were appointed
ty M fij0W8.
Bb, Turner.
i JtBron.
k'.&tT, Stayton.
SllTtrton
.Xt Angel
Do Not Crowd tho Season.
Tho first warm days of spring
bring with thera a deslro to got out
and enjoy tho exhlllratlng air and
sun shine. Children that have boon
housod up nil winter nro brought
out and you wonder whom they all
came from. Tho heavy winter cloth
ing Ib thrown aside and many shed
tuolr flannels. Then n cold wavo
tomos and people say that grip is
opldomlc. Colds nt this season aro
oven rnnro dnngcrous than in mid
winter, nB there is much moro dan
ger of pneumonia. Tako Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, however, and
you will havo notjilug to fear. It al
ways cures, and wo havo never
known a cold to result in pneumonia
whon It was used. It is pleasant
and safe to tako. Chlldron like it.
For sale at Dr. Stone's drug store.
MILLINERY
Swing Season 1 908
MCE, NEW SPRING HATS
t Mats a Great Variety'
AH New Styles
l,rH.i.u. . ...
Utt ! .. ,fi and varied assortment of the
U . ae.t ,-.
"", lanoy hat pins nd nice bucklbrf
lftJ8 . IM.CC.
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' -"TO o your wants.
mm & Greenbaum
2 Cwercial Street
JtAVY KNOCKERS
ARK HILKXCRR.
Washington, March 3. Testimony
of a widely different character froir
that given ye3terday was heard today
by tho sennto investigation commit
tee into the condition of the navy.
Three witnesses were examined and
their testimony largely discounted
that of Sims, who di'ew such a
gloomy picture yesterday.
The witnesses were Commander
Fletcher, Lieutenant Commander
Chaso, Philip RA. Alger, professor
of mathematics In the naval acade
my, and Lieutenant Commander
Strauss. They declared that the
dangers from tho direct ammunition
hoists were being rapidly eliminated,
and that tho battleships wore now
being fitted with hoists as safe as
those on any warship in the world.
In regard to the gunnery nt Santi
ago, the witnesses' unanimously de
clared that it was very good. Slnco
that date, thoy declared, mnrksraan
shlp had improyed In every navy in
the world.
Mil 1 1 1 M I i III II ii h-m 1-frft
mt
The
I White House Restaurant J
For a Regular
J 25c Dinner at 20c j
They can't bo beat
McGUchn'st & Son
Preprietora.
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THE CLASSIFIED
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COURT SUtXIT.
Call aad try thaw. MaaU
16c Board per wetlc $2.71
aloe tnraiabed moiau very
rwwoBabla.
AT TBJI
Salem
Restaurant
MEALS 15c
tiiiiiminiiiminiMH
TEA
Why isn't everything
moneyback?
Everythingf isn't good
enough
Your grocer returns jour money If you don't i
Hko Sthlllini'i IJest; w pay Llm. i
SKNATOft ALLISON I
IS 80 YKARS OLD.
Ho was born In Perry, Ohio,
March 2, 1829, of Irish ancestry.
Educated In public scIiqoIb Woos-
tcr ncademy nird Alleghouey college.)
Studied Inw nnd was admitted to
tho bar in 1851. J
Removed to Iowa in 1857, and
mndo Dubuque his homo.
Wau a delegate to the convention
which nominated Lincoln In 18G0.
Served on tho staff of Govornor
Klrkwood, of Iowa, during tho Civil
War.
Elected a member of tho thirty
eighth congress In 18C2.
Rc-olocted to congress In 18G4,
18CC nnd 1808.
Elected to tho United States son
ato In 1872 to succeed Senator Jamaa
Harran.
Rc-eloctcd to tho sonnto In 1873,
1884, 1890, 189G and 1902.
Prosont term in the senato will o
plro .March 3, 1909.
Lovers
of good health should prevent Bick
jjoss Instoid ot lotting themsolvos
got sick and then try to euro it. So
long aa you kcop your liver, bowels
and stomach In n hcnlthy and active
condition you wonU get Bick. Bal
lard's Hcrblno relieves conBtltpatlon.
Innctlvo liver and all stomach and
bowel troubles. Sold by all dealers
niHiiiiiimnnmniN
; ELITE HOTEL
Restaurant and hotel, on
! ! European plan. Meals at all
; ; hours on Bhort order. Regular
dinner 25 conts. Thirty now
! ! ly finished furnished rooms.
E. ECKERLEN, Prop.
T 148 Commorcial SU
mil 1 1 1 ii i mm i ii tun-
fox fAxa
For Sale 184 ncres, 100 under cul
tivation, 20 acres in hops, batancu
in pasturo; tho best of pralrlo
black loam soil. Price $65 per
acre. Latham Land Company.
2-15-tf.
For Salj -.Good stock nnd dairy
ranches for baIo at reasonable
prices, with or without stock,
somo .Umber. Can also locate good
government homesteads. L, F.
Goln, Waldport, Or. 2-19-lm
For Sale Good now Blx-room house
and barn, good drilled well, two
lots, in Englewood, on car lino,
1330 North Seventeenth Btreet
Phono G46. Prlco $1150. 2-24-lv.'
For Sale Largo body nnd boat
grado Becond-growth fir. Phom
1417 or 1283. pownlng ft EoK.
2-8-tf
IWHl tke Party Who sorrow a
Snell bicycle from Ta JtHMrttl
office about two weeks afo kkalv
return saiiie, as th owaer ntl
it. 1-1-U '
ii II I mm ww M,
Vof(et Limber a4 WmtA O. l
bor (Bhlngta, btilldiat taMwrial,
woo and e. Low pce
prompt deUrerl. 0e W
ot S. P. pftMMKir . P)MW
198. 7-l-tf
HIIMHMHUHHMHI.
j HOTEL OREOONji
Cor Swentlt nml Stark StH.
Portland's New and Modern
Hotel. Rates $ I per day and
up. European plan. Free Dus.
WRIGHT.WGKINSON HOTEL CO.
Proprietors
MUMMIHIIIIHHH
For Sale Stock hoga, and also
baled oat Btraw, W. F. Crawford,
Salem, Routo No. 1. Phono 2x4.
3-2-3t
For Sain Frooh cows, grado Jor
Boyo, and good buttor fat produc
ers; 4 brood sows, wfll farrow in
April, nlso nice- lot of pigs. Philip
Reese, flvo milcB south, Jefferson
rond. Phono Far mora 98.
3-2-3t
WHITE BRONZE MONUMENTS
Never chip, crack
tarulBij, moss or
corrodo. The scly
kind that never
need cleaning. For
the truth of thfe
abovo sea them in
all the Salem and
many of tho coun
t y comoterlea;
some of them
hare been tberofo.' 72 years. II
you want the yerybjat at living
plce.' call on trftddifcs&
458 Mill St. Phone 123-1. Salem, O.
T. B. WAIT.
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Special
Shoe Sale
Closing out of winter
stock, at lowest prices. Ev
erything must go. Men's,
women's and children's
shoes included in this sale.
Corao and look over my
stock. Every pair of shoes
a bargain.
Jacob Vogt
345 State St
O C T. Co
Steamers Pomona Oi'ronla
leave for Portland Monday, Weuiea
day and Friday at 10 a. tn. and
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
6 a. m. For Corvallis, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday about 6 p.
m. M. P. Baldwin, agent. OMces
and dock at foot of Trado street.
. . M. P. BALDWIN, Aget.
THE
O. K. Store
FOR RENT
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For Rent Ono ten-note hop yard
six acros of farming land, with
hottBo and outbuildings; ono 5
aero tract of loganberrlea garden
and orchard with houso and out
buildings; ono lG-acro hop yard
with hoitBO and barn, to bo rent
ed all or separate Located ono
milo north of Waucondn, on elec
tric lino. Enqulro of E. M. Mas
Boy, 444 N. Winter Bt., Salem, or
A. W. NuBom, Gervais, or phono
Farm 59 or W, H. Egan, Gorvnia,
Phono Fnrmors 30. 2-20-tf
GROCERIES THAT SPEAK
for themselves, as ours do nood
little praising. We might well
bo pardoned for being enthus
iastic about them. But all wo
gay Is
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
Onco you do that wo will not
bavo to coax you for a second.
Our Grocerlos will speak for
themselves on your tablo. You'll
be sorry you, hadn't commenceJ
trading here before.
A. A. ENGLEBART,
iTwelf'h Street near Woolen Mill
Phone 122.
DHAYMBNj
CHmmliM Broa.' Traaafer Oiwpaay
All kinds of transfer work de
Furniture and pianos boxed ready
for shipment. Prompt aerviee la
our motto. Stand and oee at
25S South Commercial street
Phone 210. RealdeBca Phone 68.
Baggago aad Express B. N. Whlto.
general delivery to any part of tho
city on short notice Stand in
front of Barnutt'a restaurant, Com
mercial stroot. Phono 390. Resi
dence phone 690. 2-14-U
Batte WewJKrotfc ne -.
iuore an clgant. We aaAta
the celebrated Xelk g OaartU
whiskiee. Cool R&4 refreaaiwg 1aeV
conataatly oi- draesht. Wih
Commercial etreet, S-2yr
Balargetl
Our meat market, em Keel fiat
street hftB b,een doubled is sme
we are better yrepare ttwwa ttm
serve customers. Fremiti aerviee a
the beet, ef meats (tor mette. OaU
or phone 199. B. B. Mdwarda ft Oaw
BUTTKRNUT BRKAJ).
It Is worth more than aay eilwar
read yet the priee m ao hlgbef.
For sale at your grocera'.
OAUFOHNIA RAKBRY.
Thorn A Ceeley, Preee,
1ODGHi.
rri)cntcr Union No. 105 lea!
Union No. 1065 of Carpeatera ami
JoIrorB of Amorlca moot event
Saturday ovoning at 7:30 p. m.
Hoarat hall, 420 Stato St. A. W.
Donnls, Roc. Sec
Foresters of Anueica Court 8ker
wood Forestors, No. 19. Meeie
SnUtrdny night In Holman hall,
Stuto street Waldo Miller, C. R4.
J. C, Perry, financial secretary.
Central Lo1ko Ne. 19, K. t P
Castle Hall la Ilolmaa Vlcck, er
ner State and Liberty rtrewee.
Tuesday ot each week at 7:11 p.
ra. Oaear Johaaen, O. C; I. M.
Anderson, K. ef R. aal I.
Hedcra Woodmen f Amerlea Ore
goa Cedar Camp Ne. e24f . Meete
every ThttreAay evealag al I
o'clock la Xlolmaa hall. W, W.
Hill, V. C; F. A. Taraer, elerSi
LIVERY AND FKED 8TABLK9
Livery and Feed Stable Old Post
office StabloB, at 254 Ferry street
bctwoon Commercial and Front
streets. Tolophono 188. Some ol
tho finest liveries in tho city can
be found here. Dick Weatacott
proprietor. lO-l-lyr
WANTED,
Wimttxl A girl for cooking and gen
eral housework. Apply at 1399
State street. Phone 309. 3-2-3t
Wanted Girl to do genoral houae
work. Phono 819; call 343 South
Winter Btreet. Mrs. J. C. Potty
John. 2-20-tf
Woedmea WerM Meet every F.fi
day algBt at 7: If, la Holataa aa,
O. L. Darling, C. C, P. L. Fraar
lr, Clerk.
LIhooIh Aaauily Ualea fHek, aee1
dent and poniloa laauraace; 1,
009,000 pledgrd; every claim aaMt
Good agent waate4, J. H. d
Mongomory supreme orgaahiir
Box432 Salem, Oregoa. Ji. Bi.
Ryan, secretary, 641 Mate MreeC
SASH AND DOOR VAOTOftllaf.
rank M. MrowH. Maaaraetarer
aaah, doors, tnouldiage. All kt4e
Of houeo inlah aad hard wee4
work. Front street, hetweea aHaea
and Court. Make all eemplateea
at tho oalcfl.
tmm
Money o Loan 12500, on farm
property, at 6 per cont; muBt be
first-class loan; from ono to flvo
years; prlvato party. Address
"A1,"t caro of Journal, with
stamped envelope.
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PROFESSIONAL.
rrrnftrsTDxrfH
ano
surgeon. Telephono 307 Main
Offices, 546 State street, opposlt
court house, Salem, Or, Residence
Phono 313 Main. 8-13- lmo
Gold Dtist Flo
Made y TXM nrDeTKY PW. J
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THK BaWT NOAfiT TaTK
FAMILY KVEM MAB
Can h obtalaea1 from oar arlmi
tender and Juicy beef, muttoa ei
pork. All our meat are eeleetel
from the cboiceat, and prepared for
the table to suit the demaada of the
fastidious. Our prices are lower fo
aaallty than yoa eaa fad at ax
place la Salem,
K. O. 0OBi
PkM Mi. MaMees
I'LUMUKRS.
Theo. M. Bait Plumbloc, hot water
and steam heating and tinning.
164 Commercial street. Pfeos
Halo 192. 9-1-lyi
H. J. Petzel Plumbing, stoata1 and
gaa fitting. Succoaaor to Knox A
Murphy, 226 Commercial atreet,
'Prone Mala 17.
MISCELLANEOUS.
M .wrf-w.
Rogue River Orchard for Halo
Clean. Profit-bearing; deep al
luvial river bottom soil. Good
buildings. Sell entire or eubdi
viaioaa. Good roads. Near good
9-month school. Good climate
Bon A. Lowell, WQodville, Ore
gon. 1-30-lra.
Will Call and Pay Caah For aea'a
cast oX clotbla, broken watehee
and Jewelry. We clean and preee.
High grade werk, Faoae ill.
Wgosraey, 411 iU, l-ii-it.
THE AVENUE
Creams, ices, clgarj and cou fee
Jon, Corner ot Seventeenth aad
Asylum avenue, N. it, ZtAt, pro
prietor.
mummmmmmmmmmjmmmvmmmmmm
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With an Eyo to BmsIkcim,
Houroholdor If you don't
away I shall call for holp.
Solicitor If you want help, don't
call for it; Just lei-mo soil you one
of our newest books, entitled "Self
Help." Only 1 a piece, full bound
In cloth, with top edge gilded.
Kerop'4 Balsam is a safo coagh
cure, for it contains nothing that eaa
harm you. It is tho beet cough cure.
but coste no more than ear other
kind. All druggist sell It.
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No man is to great thau he can af
ford to oppreea even tho least raaa
o
Be Healer Ut ifco WerM.
Rev. F. Starblrd of East Raymond,
Maine, sayai "I bavo used Buckles'
Arnica Salve for several years, on my
old army wound, and other obtiaat
sore, and fiad It the heat healer la
the world. I ue it too with art
aacceaw !a my veterlaary huilaeae,"
Pric 2Sc at J, O, Perry' drug atart,